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MUSIC: Grace_Nathaniel Timothy ft Joshua Daniel

NATHANIEL TIMOTHY  has continuously pushed the Gospel music envelope with his unique multi-genre blend. Now this, phenomenal artist is ready to share with us his version of the good news with his debut single entitled, GRACE ft JOSHUA DANIEL Produced by KING PRESTIGE

This body of work is fresh, innovative but true to his passion for Christ. NATHANIEL TIMOTHY delivers meticulously chosen content showcasing his signature vocals, his heart.

He has a passion for praise and worship, while his tremendous capacity as a multi-dimensional musician and songwriter has empowered him to be a sought after vocalist, arranger and songwriter.

He also Said life could have been funny if the Grace of God was not here with him, without the grace of God we are nothing. His goal and mission is to inspire and influence today’s culture by planting righteous seeds that will ultimately bring listeners to the realisation that they were made for a greater purpose than what is implemented in today’s society.




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I’m Mr Christlike Timothy Shichet, from Nigeria in the city of Kaduna . I’m a singer, a song writer, an inspirational speaker, a book writer, a moral trainer, a political Scientist, The convener of ” LIFE SPECIAL FORUM for AFRICA ” The forum is aimed at having a positive influence in the younger generation especially the youth on the basis of morality, spirituality, Academic Wise, and skill Wise.

The song “God’s Love “, is talking about how God’s love has no bound in our lives inspite of our sins and other things that could be contrary to God’s DNA but that love is all that we feel and God’s grace is all that we see. In spite the happenings around but God’s grace had never departed from us his children.








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*See it.

*Receive it (in your mind).

*Believe it (in your heart).

*Declare it (with your mouth).

*Put it to work.

*Walk in its consciousness.

*Be Assured that God’s integrity is committed to perform it.


Bishop David Oyedepo




A green gem stone

A hard, typically green stone used for ornaments and implements and consisting of the minerals jadeite or nephrite.

Acronym: Jesus! Amplified, Dignified and Exalted

We are a group of musicians burdened with the responsibility of showing forth the Manifold wisdom of The Father in music to our immediate environment and the World.



Music and Art EXCELLENCE that represents the Kingdom perfectly



 Our mission is to bring the TRUTH in the PACK OF MUSIC and all forms of art made available to us or at our disposal, to our audience with the aim of contributing our quota in the building of the body into ONE MAN, CHRIST and to bring in as many as we can into the fold.


Ø EPH 3:10  To the intent that now unto the principalities and powers in heavenly places might be known by the church the manifold wisdom of God,

Ø EPH 4:13  Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ:

Ø COl 3:16  Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord.

Ø PSA 33:3  Sing unto him a new song; play skillfully with a loud noise.


1. Ensuring that all members are in tune with this mission and vision via

a.     Study of the Word and sharing.

b. Prayers

c. And impartations

2. Encouraging and implementing good and devoted rehearsals both personally and generally, respectively

3. Partnering with parts of the body of Christ that share our vision

4. Run also as a business to raise funds for welfare and propagation.

We are presently made up of:

· Instrumentalist (5 in number) and

· Vocalist (3 in number)

Six Natural Remedies To Get Rid Of Dandruff

You may want to consider skipping the dandruff shampoo and try to me natural remedies to get rid of those annoying white flakes from your hair. Dandruff may be the result of a dry scalp, or a skin condition called seborrheic dermatitis.

Furthermore, it could also be caused by eczema, psoriasis, or, an overgrowth of a yeastlike fungus called malassezia. Modern remedies may include shampoos with zinc pyrithione, which targets fungus and bacteria; ketoconazole; coal tar and selenium sulfide. Natural home remedies include the following.


Apple cider vinegar

The acidity of apple cider vinegar has the ability to change the pH of your scalp, making it harder for yeast to grow. Mix a quarter cup apple cider vinegar with a quarter cup water in a spray bottle and spritz on your scalp.

Wrap your head in a towel and allow it sit for 15 minutes to an hour, then wash your hair as usual. Do this twice a week.



To treat a bad case of dandruff, wash your hair with your regular shampoo, then rinse with an alcohol-based mouthwash. You can follow up with your regular conditioner.

The anti-fungal properties of mouthwash helps prevent dandruff-causing yeast from growing.


Coconut oil

Coconut oil is a “tried and true” dandruff treatment, and it smells nice too. Before showering, massage 3-5 tablespoons of coconut oil into your scalp and allow it sit for about an hour. Shampoo normally. You can also look for a shampoo that already contains coconut oil.



Massage 2 tablespoons lemon juice into your scalp and rinse with water. Then stir 1 teaspoon lemon juice into 1 cup water and rinse your hair with it. Repeat this daily until your dandruff disappears. Lemon’s acidity helps balance the pH of your scalp, which helps keeps dandruff at bay.



Aspirin contains the same active ingredient (salicylic acid) as many medicated dandruff shampoos. You can control those pesky white flakes by crushing two aspirins to a fine powder and adding it to the normal amount of shampoo you use each time you wash your hair.

Leave the mixture on your hair for 1-2 minutes, then rinse well and wash again with plain shampoo.


Baking soda

Some everyday ingredients you use in your kitchen such as the baking soda may hold the key to an itch-free, flake-free scalp. Wet your hair and then rub a handful of baking soda vigorously into your scalp and rinse after a few minutes.

Baking soda reduces overactive fungi. You may discover that your hair gets dried up at first, but after a few weeks your scalp will start producing natural oils, leaving your hair softer and free of flakes.

Seven Simple Ways You Can Get Rid Of Sweat Stains

Everyone has faced the problem of sweat stains on their favourite dress shirts or clothes and here are a number of do-it-yourself sweat stain solutions sitting in your home right now.


Meat Tenderizer

A meat tenderizer is not the first thing you’d think of when figuring out how to remove sweat stains. But you can tenderize away hard-to-remove stains. Before you wash that damaged sweatshirt, dampen the armpit stain and sprinkle some meat tenderizer on it. Then just wash as usual.



Before you give up all hope of ever getting that yellow sweat stain out of your good white dress shirt, crush two aspirins and mix the powder in 1/2 cup warm water. Soak the stained part of the garment in the solution for two to three hours.



Want to see those sweat marks disappear from shirts and other garments? Just pour a bit of vinegar directly onto the stain, and rub it into the fabric before placing the item in the wash. You can also remove deodorant stains from your washable shirts and blouses by gently rubbing the spot with undiluted vinegar before laundering.


Baking soda

Pretreating clothes with a paste made from 4 tablespoons baking soda and 1/4 cup warm water can help vanquish a variety of stains. For instance, rub it into shirts to remove perspiration stains; for really bad stains, let the paste dry for about two hours before washing. Rub out tar stains by applying the paste and washing in plain baking soda. For collar stains, rub in the paste and add a bit of vinegar as you’re putting the shirt in the wash.


Dish Soap

You can mix one part dish soap with two parts hydrogen peroxide, then scrub the stain and let it sit for an hour.



Salt is one secret you can use to get rid of those stubborn yellow stains where your shirt meets your armpits. Dissolve 4 tablespoons salt in 1 quart (1 liter) hot water. Sponge the garment with the solution until the stain disappears.



Using lemons can help you avoid expensive dry-cleaning bills! Remove unsightly underarm stains from shirts and blouses simply by scrubbing them with a mixture of equal parts lemon juice and water.

My ugly and masculine wife used juju on me – Husband cries for help after 7 years of marriage

An anonymous man who has been married for seven years with kids is accusing his wife of casting a spell on him to influence him in marrying her.

However, after ‘coming back to his senses, he has stated that he would never have chosen her as a spouse if he was to be in his right frame of mind.

According to him, the spell broke away three days ago and is scared to sleep beside his wife because he claimed the woman is ‘ugly’ and has got a masculine stature.

In a chat with David Bondzie on Facebook, the anonymous guy said ‘I think she put a spell on me because, it doesn’t make sense. I came back to my senses three days ago and I have been scared to sleep next to her. I would never have chosen her if I were in my right senses”

Seeking help from David Papa Bondzie Mbir on Facebook, he sent photos of his wife to confirm how horrifying she is, be sure he didn’t marry a man and know why his friends were laughing in their wedding photos.

Confronting his ‘ugly’ wife for a divorce, he was shocked at the reply he got from his wife making him shiver badly in his emancipated bones.

‘My wife claims if I don’t want to be married, I can go. She says she’s already gotten what she wanted from me’, he said.

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Harmattan: How to keep snakes away from your home

The harmattan is approaching in Nigeria and other countries in West Africa. The season occurs in the subcontinent from the end of November to the middle of March. It is characterised by the dry and dusty northeasterly trade wind of the same name, which blows from the Sahara Desert over West Africa into the Gulf of Guinea.

Apart from sundry discomfort that the wind causes us, it drives one creature most people cringe about into our path or even our homes: snakes.

Especially when frightened, snakes bite, in the dark or at daytime, and inject venom that may be lethal if the victim does not receive prompt medical attention.

Snakebite poison is a major public health problem in rural communities of Nigeria as indeed in many parts of the tropics. It has been confirmed to be a major cause of mortality and morbidity.

In Nigeria, it is estimated that more than 10,000 people are bitten by snakes each year, though the exact death toll is unknown.

According to official data, only 8.5 per cent of snakebite victims attend hospitals in Nigeria. Bites occur more often while victims were farming, herding or walking although the spitting cobra may bite victims who step on it in its sleep.

The WHO estimates that about 100 000 people die each year as a result of snake bites, and around three times as many amputations and other permanent disabilities are caused by snakebites annually.

The significant features of snake bite are spontaneous haemorrhage, shock, local swelling, bleeding and, occasionally, necrosis. Bites may be complicated by amputation in the affected body parts, blindness, disability, amongst others. If not treated within 26 hours, deep necrosis may set in, requiring amputation of the affected body part

Antivenom remains the hallmark and mainstay of envenoming management while studies in Nigeria confirm its protection of over 80 per cent against mortality from carpet-viper bites.

However, the availability, distribution, and utilisation of antivenom remain challenging.

Last year, PREMIUM TIMES published a report by the News Agency of Nigeria about the havoc snake bites wreaked in Gombe and Plateau states, driven by an acute scarcity of snake anti-venom drugs in the country.

In a telephone interview with PREMIUM TIMES, Fatai Oyediran of the department of public health in the health ministry, however, controverted the report. He said they had 3600 cases of snake bites generally in the country and the total mortality for last year was around 103 for the whole country, not just Gombe and Plateau, even though Gombe had the highest number.

Asked how prepared relevant health agencies are for snake bite cases during this year’s harmattan season, he said “anti-venom is the first item” on their list for the budget.

“Usually, we maker provisions for about 5500 anti-venom and we have provisions for this year (2018) up to 2021,” Mr Oyediran said.

“The only problem is the funding released by the government, to procure to the quantity we want. The drastic cut in the budget in recent times is affecting the money being released, even when we budget for the 6000 anti-venom, we may end up not getting up to that.”

How to keep snakes away from your home

Snakes do not like the hot temperature of harmattan any more than most of us do. In fact, on particularly hot days, snakes have to scramble for refuge in cooler places or they will overheat and die.

Therefore, you might run into snakes as they move back and forth from sunny places to shade.

Snakes come to your home for the cover, moisture, darkness, and food it provides. To drive them away, you have to take all these things away from them. Take as many steps to deprive snakes of cover in your home as possible.

1. Cut the grass short, clear bushes around your house. Snakes hate feeling exposed and avoid open, highly-visible areas.

2. Inspect your home, paying special attention to the gaps under the door. Seal cracks in the foundation of your house or wall and patch the holes.

3. Move your wood piles, these are great spots for snakes as they hate being exposed.

4. Avoid opening your front doors, leaving your windows open for too long (some of these snakes can reach high heights and they are very quiet, you would not see or hear them enter your house.

5. Before sitting under that tree that has that cooling shades, check if there are no snakes lurking around the branches, they love the cool shades too.

6. Check your bed, under your sheets and surrounding before going to bed.

7. Avoid chilling outside the house with mattresses, mats, and wrappers in the evening.

8. Get a snake repellent.

1. Give analgesic for local pain which may be severe, and might be helpful for calming effects.

2. The site of the bite should be wiped but not incised, because incisions can aggravate bleeding.

3. Remove anything tight from around the bitten part of the body.

4. Avoid traditional first aid methods, herbal medicines and other unproven or unsafe forms of first aid.

5. Transport the person bitten to a health facility as soon as possible.

6. Vomiting may occur, so place the person on their left side in the recovery position.

7. Closely monitor airway and breathing and be ready to resuscitate if necessary.

8. If the snake has been killed, it should be taken along to the hospital, in order to identify if it is poisonous or not and what kind of anti-poison is most appropriate.

9. During transit, the body generally and the bitten limb, in particular, should be moved as little as possible, to minimise the spread of venom

New Music: Bishop Emmy_Alabarin_prod by Apro

Alabarin is a love song inspired by a heart felt love.A song when played fills the atmosphere with lots of love,even when you can’t coin the words to express your feelings,Trust Alabarin to do the magic✨
Bishop Emmy

Horror As Soldier Stabs Businessman To Death in Abia

Soldier beating people (File photo)

A yet-to-be identified soldier attached to the 144 Battalion Headquarters of Nigerian Army in Ukwa West Local Government Area of Abia State has allegedly killed a businessman in Ugwunagbo Local Government Area of the State, The Nation has reported.

It was gathered that the soldier is one of the military personnel at the Owerre-Aba army guard post while the deceased is said to be a business owner in the area.

Sources at the Owerre-Aba told our reporter that the soldier had gone to separate a fight between the decease popularly known in the area as Harmony and a pool owner before the victim attacked him.

An eyewitness who simply gave his name as Kennedy narrating what happened said trouble started when the deceased went to a pool house in the area to demand for the payment in a game he played and won.

According to Kennedy, the owner of the pool house told Harmony that the game he played was not submitted with others because he failed to pay for them after playing them.

He said: “The owner of the pool house told him that his game was not submitted with others because he didn’t pay him after playing the game.

“As the owner of the pool house was talking aloud with him over his inability to pay for the game which prompted him to drop it as he cannot use his own money to pay for someone who promised to bring money, but never did. The next thing I heard was harsh voices and struggling sounds coming from the pool stal“The man (Harmony) started beating the owner of the pool and even when the wife tried to intervene and help to save her husband, the young man instead pounced on both of them.

“The beating started inside the pool house that’s why most people didn’t know what was going on or made move to intervene. It’s when the woman started shouting and they struggled with him to outside the shop that people and the soldier man who was actually going on his way saw the ugly scene and went to intervene.

“On getting there, the soldier rescued the couple from the grip of the deceased but he retaliated and pushed the soldier man and both of them fell into the gutter.

.”The soldier who had been injured by the deceased used the dagger with him and stabs the deceased in the process.

“People around made efforts to save him by carrying him to a nearby hospital, but he died before medical help could come his way.”

The spokesman for the 14 Brigade, Nigerian Army, Ohafia, Major Oyegoke Gbadamosi could not be reached for comments, but a senior officer in the command who confirmed the incident said that the victim died at the Abia State Teaching Hospital (ABSUTH).

According to the officer, the soldier who confirmed that the soldier had only gone to stop the deceased from attacking an aged woman, 20meters from the army guard post before he was attacked by the deceased, stated that the soldier is being investigated by the Military Police of 144 Battalion.

Weavons & Wigs Are Dedicated To Shrines In India? Daddy Freeze Writes Open Letter To Patience Ozokwor

Patience Ozokwor and Daddy Freeze

Last week, a video clip emerged from an interview where popular Nollywood actress-turned evangelist, Patience Ozokwor, said that she doesn’t wear wigs and weavons and even closed down her thriving salon because she was informed that the hair products are dedicated to shrines in India where they are mass produced.

Ozokwor who attributed the increasing rate of madness to the use of wigs, said that “If you have repented and you have not changed your wardrobe, you still have a long way to go.”

While reacting to the viral comments by the veteran actress, controversial Lagos OAP and leader of the Free the Sheeple Movement, Daddy Feeze, took to his Instagram page to write an open letter to Patience, saying that he finds her comments hyprocrital.

Read Daddy Freeze’s open letter below;


“Dear Aunty Patience,

Please do not find this letter insulting, as that is not my intention, rather I’m seeking to clarify unattested fallacies that have germinated into full blown Christian doctrines and I hold you in high esteem, as you remain one of my favorite Nollywood actresses.

However, due to the paucity of genuine pastors in Nigeria, most of us were schooled in both error and ignorance.

I was once a victim myself, before I became enlightened in both spirit and scripture. I once allowed someone whom today I find unfit to wash my car, guide me in matters of the spirit.

I was lead in delusion, ensuing from the amalgamation of the deficit in my pastor’s understanding and the plethora of his greed.

God called me to rescue Nigeria from unscholarly teachers bereft of the spirit of God. –

I find it hypocritical (pardon my use of the word, but I lack a better appellation to aptly portray what our faith has become), when Christians say things like: “weaves are dedicated to shrines”. Can you guarantee that the car you are driving and the clothes you are wearing were not dedicated to shrines? Are they from ‘christian’ sources?

If you understand the sign language of the occult like I do, you will realize that many banks, cosmetic, food, beverage and automotive conglomerates are deep in occultism, with their products dedicated to shrines. So if you stop wearing weaves are you going to also stop using toothpaste or bathing with soap as well?

As long as we continue being lazy Christians seeking blessings, these pagan shrines will continue to feed us.

Here is another angle, you stopped wearing weaves and closed your hair salon, but you are going to celebrate the birthday of Nimród on the 25th of December, a birthdate he shares with almost every single sun deity, and worship ‘Jesus’ on Sunday, the day of the worship of the sun god?

Then you will proceed to celebrate the resurrection of ‘Jesus’ on the day dedicated to the Babylonian goddess ‘Ishtar’, coincidentally aligning with ‘Eostre’ a goddess of the Saxons in honor of whom sacrifices were offered.”

New music: Bishop Emmy_ALADE OGO_Prod by Apro


Artist Name: Bishop Emmy

Title:   ALADE OGO

Prod by Apro







Lyrics for Alade ogo by Bishop Emmy


Ogo ninu ogo oo eh ee

Ogo ninu ogo oo eh ee


I woke up this morning

Lifting up my hands

To the great and might God

For all he has done for me


Emi wa dupe ore t’ana

Emi wadupe ore t’oni

Emi Wadupe ore t’ola

Si alade ogo, ogo


Alade ogo, ogo, ogo oo

Alade ogo, ogo, ogo

Alade ogo, ogo, ogo oo

Alade ogo ogo ogo

Ki ki ki da ogo,ogo,ogo oo

Alade ogo, ogo ogo


Aye wi

Won bere lowo mi

Pe Ogo re sean tun laye mi

I tell them say ee

I Have a big God

He never change

His word is ye an amen


Emi wa dupe ore t’ana

Emi wadupe ore t’oni

Emi Wadupe ore t’ola

Si alade ogo, ogo


Alade ogo, ogo, ogo oo

Alade ogo, ogo, ogo

Alade ogo, ogo, ogo oo

Alade ogo ogo ogo

Ki ki ki da ogo,ogo,ogo oo

Alade ogo, ogo ogo


Ese Baba

Ogene do do do do oo

Kabiye esi oo

Emi wa dupe ore t’ana

Emi wadupe ore t’oni

Emi Wadupe ore t’ola

Si alade ogo, ogo


Alade ogo, ogo, ogo oo

Alade ogo, ogo, ogo

Alade ogo, ogo, ogo oo

Alade ogo ogo ogo

Ki ki ki da ogo,ogo,ogo oo

Alade ogo, ogo ogo

#TraimiMusic: Donsam | Atewo | Feat. Henrisoul [@donsamonline]

Donsam,  an Abuja-based producer and artiste releases His long anticipated song “Atewo” featuring Henrisoul.

Donsam’s previous released albums and songs have been accepted generally around the country and this is a major blast as it is afro-centric, it’s vibe reaching the core of one’s being.  A hard core danceable tune,  with the bassy voice swiftly floating over the body-moving beats.

Listen & Download

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Prisoners Were Surrendering Their Lives To Jesus – Ex-Convict Iranian Pastor Says

An Iranian pastor, Mojtaba Hosseini who was arrested as a “threat against national security,” and released in 2015 has confirmed that while he was in prison a lot of prison inmates gave their lives to Jesus.

Mojtaba Hosseini was one of the leaders of a secret growing house church movement in Iran.

Hosseini who is 30, told Open Doors USA recently that he is determined to continue working to ensure that the church grows in Iran, in spite of the persecution from the Islamic government.

When asked about why he has not given up during an interview, Mojtaba said with a smile:

Why didn’t I stop my work for the church after I was first arrested? I don’t really know. There was no logical explanation, but we felt that the Lord wanted us to continue. We knew this would mean we could get arrested at any moment.

Mojtaba Hosseini also noted that while he was in the Iranian prison, he was not alone as God was always with him. He turned to God in prayer for help.

I prayed; that was all I could do,” he said. “At first, they were prayers of repentance. I thought God was punishing me for my mistakes by putting me in prison.” That was the moment, he says, he realized he was “nothing.

Then the Lord spoke to me. He said: ‘Stop being selfish Mojtaba, it’s not about you; it’s about Me. Look around you.

It was after that encounter that he began to look at fellow inmates around him tried to see them the way that God sees them.

God spoke again to me, saying, ‘It is time that you share Me with them. They need Me,” Hosseini explained.

He told Open Doors that in hindsight he realized what God had done.

It’s funny how God works sometimes. It would have been absolutely impossible for us to pass the big gates of prison to bring the gospel to those who needed him so badly inside,” Hosseini noted. “But God just placed me and other Christians inside the prison, among them to shine His light.

He began to share the gospel of Jesus Christ among his fellow prisoners.  Some responded to the gospel’s call.  Some didn’t but were comforted in prayer.  He also prayed for a Bible and repeatedly asked the guards for one.

And to answer his prayers God used the prison Imam, who prayed with the Muslim inmates, offered to help him.

He was impressed by our commitment to our God,” Hosseini recalled. “I think it was God who filled his heart with kindness for us.

The Imam realized smuggling a Bible into the prison would be impossible.  But he had an idea.  He would bring in printouts of the Bible disguised as an English lesson.  One of Hosseini’s friends in the same prison ward would translate the scriptures into Farsi.

Hosseini then copied the pages and gave them out to prisoners who had asked for them.  It wasn’t long until all of the prisoners knew that Bible verses were circulating.

We even got requests from other wards,” he remembers. “People were asking us for more. And the best thing was that prisoners were giving their lives to the Jesus of the Bible.

Looking back to his days in the prison, Hosseini said: “I never prayed for God to release me from prison. I can serve God anywhere, inside or outside of prison. It doesn’t matter what situation I’m in. I can work in God’s Kingdom wherever He places me.”

And at that time God placed me among the prisoners,” he added.


MUSIC: Myke-E-Maigari_”Nchat”(I love).@mykeemaigari

After the release of his single “Masoyina”, Myke E. breeds a groove hit in his dialect (Bajju) titled: “Nchat”(I love). “Nchat” is a song that expresses his love for God and singles God out of many idols out there to be his lover and featuring one of Kaduna’s finest, Mike Kantiyok (Kaniyangka).

Now is the time,
Today is the day,
This is the generation arising with hearts, which are bored to dispatch the streams of the throne. “We love because he first loved us” (1Jn 4:19).


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