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DOWNLOAD Music: Chibills – Whose World (Prod. By Joe)

Chibuzor Chibills Duruzor Is a gospel/inspirational artists constantly breaking the pavements and pushing the envelope of good music.

The Minister, Mc, Mogul and ongoing PhD holder in the United States.

tittles this new joint Whose world World.???????

He addresses the rhetorics of race, religion and scientific proof and  ownership of the universe.

On the contrary, the sad economic times in Nigeria is also key as he throws in a lifeline and a rope of hope.
If God owns It, who said we are not just Ok, a euphemism that All is  well.  If the world is God’s then the World is Yours.

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DOWNLOAD Music: Mosax – My Soul Thirst For You

Mosax is a gospel music minister whose ministry is characterized by a deep and noticeable presence of God. Mosax is a singer, a songwriter. He releases powerful worship song titled “My Soul Thirst For You”
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DOWNLOAD Music: Samsong – Idimma (Prod. By Wole Oni)

Award winning Gospel Artiste Samsong releases Idimma off the Album “My Sounds Of Worship” as the year wraps up.

Idimma was produced by veteran music producer Wole Oni. Idimma is a song of gratitude, it tells of the wonders of God in the life of His Children.

Enjoy this beautiful worship piece as you life up your hands in worship.

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DOWNLOAD Music: King Chibills – Marvelous (Ft. Didi)

Here comes brand new single from award winning artiste, King Chibills titledMarvelous featuring Didi, What a way to end the Year.

Chibills usher us into greatness in his presence as we adore the keeper of mercy and the custodian of peace.

The one true God who has paved a way of concrete in the red sea of     life’s difficulties.
This riveting and unorthodox style of praise rap features The award winning DiDi and together they make history.
Please be inspired.

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DOWNLOAD Music: UdyGold – I Give You All (Ft. Temple  Nation)

Music Minister, Uduak Akrah aka “UdyGold“ drops this Brand New Single, I GIVE YOU ALL. A song of thanksgiving, giving God all the glory, honour, worship, adoration and praise for a beautiful year. UdyGold reflects on and celebrates God’s goodness in her life all through the year.

God deserves all our praise. You may not be where you want to be, but you are definitely not where you used to be, so jump to feet, dance and celebrate God with this song as we all cross over to a new year of God’s favour.

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gossip: Pastor Adeboye’s Wife Shares How She Almost Had 12 Children

Wife of the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor (Mrs) Folu Adeboye has shared that she had wanted to give birth to a dozen children.
The first family of the RCCG are blessed with four children who are all married – Pastor (Mrs) Folu Adeboye, Mummy G.O as she’s fondly called said her inability to have 12 biological children fueled her love for children hence her interest in the mission’s children department.

She was speaking on a lighter mood to children at the 2017 RCCG Children’s Party organised to fete with the children on Friday at the Redemption Camp – it was attended by over 7,000 children.

The official broadcaster of Dove TV of RCCG said the event featured presentation from guest artiste including Ayan Jesu and Perfected Praise while the children were treated to several games and other entertaining activities.

“We prepared for 7000 children, with packs of food, gift packs and other items, we were supported by Pastor’s Seed Forum (PSF) with 2000 packs,” she said.

“If there is anything I am leaving with you this year, it is the love of God. If God love us for much then we should also love Him. You cannot show your love until you love your brothers, sisters, parents. When you love them you have loved the lord,” she urged the children.


Libya slavery: 1,317 Nigerians rescued in 10 days

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) says a total of 1,317 Nigerians have voluntarily returned from Libya in the last 10 days having been stranded in the volatile country en route Europe.

The Director-General of NEMA, Alhaji Mustapha Maihajja, made the disclosure while receiving a fresh batch of 116 Nigerians who arrived the country on Friday morning.

Another 142 Libya returnees arrive Nigeria

The new set of returnees arrived at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos aboard a Buraq Airlines with Registration Number 5A-WAC at about 5.39a.m. No fewer than 3,000 Nigerians have voluntarily returned from Libya through the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) supported programme in the last few months. Maihajja, represented by Alhaji Suleiman Yakubu, the South-West Zonal Coordinator, said that the Nigerians returned in various batches between Dec.5 and Dec.15 with the assistance of the IOM and the European Union (EU). According to him, the figure has already surpassed the 1, 295 Nigerians who voluntarily returned from Libya in the month of November. Maihajja said that the Federal Government would continue to work with the international organisations to ensure the return of more Nigerians from Libya where they had been facing severe hardships and rights violations. They comprised 46 adult females, 60 adult males and 10 children and infants. Also, on ground to welcome the returnees were officials of the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS), National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and Police.

Latest News : IOM, EU evacuate 134 more Nigerians from Libya

Lagos – The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) and the European Union (EU) have evacuated 134 more Nigerians from Libya.

Nigerians deported from Libya Mr Ibrahim Farinloye, spokesperson for the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), South-West Zone, confirmed the development to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Saturday in Lagos.

Farinloye said the new batch of returnees arrived at the Cargo Wing of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos on Friday at 10.20 p.m.

He said the Nigerians returned aboard a BURAQ Airlines Boeing 737-800 aircraft with Registration Number 5A-DMG. According to him, the returnees comprise 10 adult females, 123 adult males and one infant, including a medical case.

He said they were also received by officials of the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS), the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and the Police. Farinloye said their return had brought the number of Nigerians repatriated from Libya in 2017 to 6,806.

“The project of the repatriation is the programme of IOM with the funding for reintegration at the local level provided by EU.

“IOM paid for their accommodation to stay overnight before proceeding to their various destinations,” he added. (NAN)

New Music:Thirst-John-K-prod.Ebenezer

After a released of his hit song Rebirth John Komo a worshiper decided to drop a sensational single title THIRST.If your not thirsty God can’t help you. We are to search God like a thirsty man in the desert to a point where we care about nothing but finding what to quench the thirst. Listen to thirst (undying passion) and you will know there is a water you can’t live without. (ISA’AH 55)





News: Funke Akindele enjoys romantic vacation with hubby

Funke Akindele enjoys romantic vacation with hubby

By Iyabo Aina

Nigerian movie star, Funke Akindele has been pictured with her husband, JJC Skillz on a romantic vacation at their private resort at Beverly Grove in California, United State of America.

•JJC and Funke Funke,

who is well known for her highly rated drama, Jenifa’s Diary, seems to be enjoying herself as she poses for amazing pictures with her darling husband. Recall that Funke Akindele and husband, ‘JJC Skillz’ got married in a private ceremony in London, back in August 2016 Posers surrounding Funke Akindele’s alleged second marriage August 28, 2016 Funke Akindele, hubby launch Ibeju-Lekki home

Updated: My 17 achievements in 2017— Buhari

..2017 Worst Year of hardship for most Nigerians – PDP …Tasks him not to issue any new promises but fulfil earlier ones By Emmanuel Aziken, Political Editor, and Dirisu Yakubu

As the year, 2017 approached twilight, President Muhammadu Buhari and the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP were yesterday engaged in a war of words over the achievements of the All Progressives Congress, APC led administration. While President Buhari beat his chest in posting successes in food supply, security and the economy, his aides marshaled what were described as 17 key achievements of the administration in the outgoing year.


President Buhari

The president and the APC administration were, however, put on the spot by the PDP which charged the government not to make any new promises at the beginning of the New Year, 2018 saying that the government had failed to keep to the promises it made in the past. The PDP particularly cited what it claimed as failed promises of bringing down fuel supply, making the naira to exchange for one dollar and what it described as the failed promises of providing security to the nook and cranny of the country. The PDP which responded through its National Publicity Secretary, Mr. Kola Ologbondinyan said the achievements were the figment of the imagination as they existed nowhere saying the outgoing year is easily the worst year of hardship for most Nigerians. Speaking when he received a delegation from Kebbi State led by Governor Atiku Bagudu, President Buhari while blaming the elite class for earlier trying to distract his administration said: “We are not doing badly in the agricultural sector and Nigerians, and the world, are beginning to appreciate our efforts. We will not be satisfied; we will work harder until we start exporting food. “We are happy that rice and beans importation into the country have gone down by 90 per cent, and visibly everyone can see how productive states like Kebbi have turned out to be and states like Lagos, Ogun and Ebonyi are following the example,” he said. He said Kaduna, Katsina and Sokoto states had already reported remarkable turnaround in the agricultural sector, with more youths taking interest in entrepreneurship. Blames elites The President said he disagreed with the astronomical food import bill presented by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) from the inception of the administration, pointing out that it was later discovered to be “fraudulent practices” by some of the elites to deplete the foreign reserves. “When I was told that the CBN had no savings after the windfall of selling oil for more than $100 per barrel for many years, and the production was 2.1 billion barrel per day, I did not believe them. “I did not believe them because majority of Nigerians cannot afford imported food; they rely on what is locally grown. It turned out that 50 per cent of the export bills were fraudulent. That is what the Nigerian elites did. Unfortunately, we will not know all that happened because the elites worked in collusion with institutions in developed countries, like insurance firms and other financial outfits, to perpetuate the fraud,” he added. On security, President Buhari said the return of farmers to their farm lands in the North East, with glaring results of high yields, was a testimony to the relative peace that had been achieved. He assured that more would be done to check the mayhem of suicide attacks. The President said his administration would put in more effort to reposition the educational and health sectors to compete with other global institutions. In his remarks, the Kebbi State Governor, Atiku Bagudu said the APC family was pleased with the performance of the administration in securing the country, reviving the economy and fighting corruption. Bagudu and members of the delegation, which include the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami and former PDP stalwarts in Kebbi State, also prayed for the quick recovery of the President’s son, Yusuf. Earlier yesterday, President Buhari’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina had posted what he claimed as the 17 key achievements of the administration. He said: *Nigeria exited its worst recession in decades. After five quarters of negative growth, the economy bounced back into positive territory. Agriculture was one of the stars of 2017, posting consistent growth levels even throughout the recession. Also, Inflation fell for ten consecutive months during 2017 (February to November). *The Naira stabilised against the dollar, after the Central Bank introduced a new forex window for Investors and Exporters. The stability has attracted billions of dollars in portfolio investments since April 2017. *On the back of a stable Naira and increased investment inflows, Nigeria’s stock market emerged one of the best-performing in the world, delivering returns in excess of 40 percent. *Nigeria saw bumper food harvests, especially in rice, whose local production continues to rise significantly (States like Ebonyi, Kebbi, Kano leading the pack, with Ogun joining at the end of 2017). The price of a 50kg bag of rice – a staple in the country – has fallen by about 30 percent since the beginning of 2017, as local production has gone up. *The Federal Government launched a 701 billion Naira Intervention Fund (‘Payment Assurance Programme’) aimed at supporting power generation companies to meet their payment obligations to gas and equipment suppliers, banks and other partners. The impact is being felt, the amount of power being distributed is now currently steady at around 4,000MW – higher than previously recorded. *The Federal Government began paying pensions to police officers who were granted Presidential pardon in 2000 after serving in the former Biafran Police during the Nigerian Civil War. These officers, and their next of kin, have waited for their pensions for 17 years since the Presidential pardon. *Nigeria rose 24 places on the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business rankings, and earned a place on the List of Top 10 Reformers in the world. *Nigeria’s foreign exchange reserves grew by $12 billion, reaching the highest level since 2014. Nigeria also added, this year, an additional $250m to its Sovereign Wealth Fund. Also, Nigeria’s trade balance crossed over into surplus territory, from a deficit in 2016. *Nigeria successfully issued two Eurobonds (US$4.5bn), a Sukuk Bond (100 billion Naira), a Diaspora Bond (US$300m), and the first Sovereign Climate Bond in Africa, raising billions of dollars for infrastructure spending. *The Federal Government launched a Tax Amnesty scheme expected to raise hundreds of millions of dollars in additional revenues when it closes in March 2018. *The Federal Government successfully commenced implementation of a Whistleblowing Programme that has so far seen recoveries of tens of millions of dollars. *The Social Investment Programme – Nigeria’s most ambitious social welfare programme ever – rolled out across dozens of states. (Currently, 5.2 million primary school children in 28,249 schools in 19 states are being fed daily; 200,000 unemployed graduated enlisted into the Npower Job Scheme, and a quarter of a million loans already distributed to artisans, traders, and farmers). *The number of Nigerians facing food insecurity in the northeast dropped by half, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). *The Nigeria Customs Service recorded its highest-ever revenue collection, crossing the One Trillion Naira (N1,000,000,000) mark. [The target for 2017 was 770 billion Naira (N770,573,730,490); 2016 Collection was just under 900 billion (N898,673,857,431.07)] *The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB), under the new management appointed by President Buhari in 2016, remitted 7.8 billion Naira to the coffers of the Federal Government. The total amount remitted by JAMB between 2010 and 2016 was 51 million Naira. *2017 was also the Year of Nigeria’s Agriculture Revolution, embodied by the successes of the Presidential Fertiliser Initiative (PFI) and the Anchor Borrowers Programme. More than a dozen moribund fertilizer blending plants were revived under the PFI this year. *Finally, 2017 will be the Year that laid the foundation for a 2018 that will be Nigeria’s Year of Infrastructure. A number of important infrastructure projects, in power, rail and road, are scheduled to come on-stream or inch close to completion next year. PDP reacts Reacting to the 17 achievements, Ologbondiyan said: “These supposed achievements are figments of their imagination as they exist nowhere. 2017 will be remembered as the worst year of hardship in the lives of several Nigerians. “The APC-controlled Federal Government is too far from reality to understand the economic pains of Nigerians.” Earlier, the PDP had advised the APC Federal Government not to issue any new promises charging the government to fulfil those it issued in the past which it claimed were largely unfulfilled. The party said Nigerians had been left dispirited by the litany of woes visited on them in the past two years by the APC government, stressing that it would be the height of irresponsibility on the part of government to spew another round of propaganda and false hope in the name of New Year messages. In a statement issued by the National Publicity Secretary,Ologbondiyan, the party queried: “What else would they tell Nigerians apart from inventing new lies and propaganda as they had always done, particularly at the turn of each New Year? “Every New Year, since 2016, the APC and its federal government have been reeling out heaps of promises which they had no intentions to fulfil. Now they are warming up to reel out fresh ones in January 2018. “What is the need of a New Year message from APC government when it would be replete with propaganda?  What is the need of their yearly assurances when the only thing we see is an arrogant and incompetent government plunging the nation into economic recession and visiting the citizens with the worst forms of untold hardship? “What seriousness should any Nigerian attach to a government that takes governance for granted, puts off its federal executive meeting at the slightest whims and blame imaginary invasion of its offices by rats for the inability to meet required statutory functions? “What else should Nigerians expect from a government that promised massive employments only to render 7.74 million Nigerians jobless between 2016 and September 2017; with combined unemployment and underemployment rate hitting 40.0% as declared by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS)?” The party further mocked government monetary policy, adding that it failed to keep faith with pledges made to the Nigerian people. “This is the same APC that promised to deliver naira exchange at N1 to 1USD but ended up wrecking the currency from N160-N170 to a scandalous N350-N400; the same party and its government promised to reduce the price of fuel only for it to rise from where the PDP left it at N86.50 to N300-N400 per litre. “What do we expect from a government that so devastated the economy in 2017 that Nigerians were forced to turn to Ponzi schemes like the Mavrodi Mundial Movement (MMM) for survival only for an estimated three million of them to lose about N18 billion in the process. “The APC misrule literarily turned 2017 into a harvest of woes; hunger, disease, violence, and deaths while the nation is now being pummelled by ethnic and religious agitations and attendant violence in all parts of the country,” it noted. The statement stressed that “Measured against all key performance indicators, the APC controlled federal government has fallen below the expectations of Nigerians. “Painfully, instead of channelling the nation’s resources for the good of the citizens, the “zero corruption” federal government is busy providing cover for APC interests who are diverting public funds through padded budgets, multi-billion dollars secret oil subsidy regimes, illegal lifting of crude using unregistered APC fronts, pillaging of Nigeria’s foreign reserves, diverting of funds meant for fight against insurgency and rehabilitation of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the northeast; and attempts to steal $1bn from the Excess Crude Account (ECA).”

Latest News: Christmas at the petrol station


Christmas at the petrol station

By Rose Moses

So, last Monday was Christmas. But it wasn’t particularly a good one for most Nigerians.

Reason? Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), otherwise known as petrol, took flight during the festive season, thereby subjecting Nigerians to untold hardship. Many actually spent the day at the filling stations across the country, with no hope on when their pains would be over. Things got so bad (and yet to improve in some places) that most Nigerians out rightly cancelled, especially those aspects of the celebration that involved traveling. And while the Federal Government, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and marketers of the product took to blaming one another for the scarcity, some of us were in addition, forced to watch a documentary on the human side of President Muhammadu Buhari, Dec. 24, 2017. It turned out that the human side, from the documentary, whose title didn’t sound human, was just what the top government and party officials among other dignitaries that featured, were telling viewers. But that is not my issue. What would have been good news a day later, precisely on Christmas day, under the very harsh environment citizens are subjected to, left me wondering also what the human side of most Nigerians, and on this occasion, that of petrol station attendants, is like. I had promised that if on my way back from Christmas service the queue at a filing station around my area remained as less frightening as it was on my way to Church, I was going to stop by and give it a shot, more so when I know that queues at that particular station are often organized. God obviously answered my prayer. The queue was still looking good when I got back and in less than 20 minutes, I was already inside the station. I was happy and grateful for the fantastic Christmas gift. I was spared the sufferings and pains fellow country men and women had been going through for days. But one pump attendant would try to spoil all of that. First, he asked how much fuel I needed. I told him to fill the tank, to which he said he could only dispense N3,000 worth of fuel, an order he said was from his bosses. Okay, perhaps they are rationing so everyone could get a bit of the product, I reasoned. But reality soon hit me when I recalled that I had waited longer than necessary for a car directly in front of me to be done with so I could drive to the pump. Reason for that delay, as I recalled, was because the attendant was filing what I figured was not less than four kegs that would take nothing less than 30 litres of the product, each, in the booth of that car. They were still on it when the car by the next pump drove off and I had to drive pass the keg-loaded SUV to get to the next pump. Having pointed this development to the attendant on why it would be unfair to limit me to N3000 worth of the product, he rudely ignored me. Though my tank was just a little less than half full, I now demanded that he either fill it up, or call his manager. To my surprise and even as smooth business was going on with those buying in kegs, someone I suspected to be a supervisor that I drew his attention to the issue, merely feigned helplessness. A manager on duty seated in an office, with his two legs crossed on top a table that I later approached, also acted more strangely. Apparently, he had been told of the development outside with me and he quickly responded as soon as he saw me that: “Ehhhhn, Madam, it is all about manner of approach.” What manner of approach is that, and are people now buying fuel in this station with manner of approach? I asked. I also told him that I decided to exhaust all available avenues before calling the DPR, if he did not instruct ‘his boy’ to fill my tank. I requested to also know if he saw any top government functionary under the ‘scorching harmattan sun’ queuing and sleeping at his station to buy fuel. If not, why will ordinary folks be conspiring to make life a nightmare for those of their ilk in addition to government’s painful policies, I asked him. Long story cut short, that was how I got my tank filled at the cost of N143/liter (NNPC stations’ price) on Christmas Day. Call it a Christmas gift, if you like, but the point is that the whole idea of N3,000 rations was mere window for bribery and corruption eating deep into the fabric of this country. It was merely also to hoard the product, which will later find its way into the black market for as high as N300 per litre. You too can resist such act. Yes, it was not being perpetrated at high places but why is Nigeria suffering fuel scarcity? So many people, from top to bottom, are so inhuman in this country that we really need to search for their human side.

New Post: Photos From Tope Alabi House Warming And Dedication Party

Tope Alabi Dedicates And Moves Into Newly Completed Mansion (Photos)—

Veteran Gospel Singer, Tope Alabi is ending the

year on a big note, as the singer has just

dedicated and moved into her newly complete

mansion, situated at Fagba, Iju Lagos.

The singer, dedicated the house, and had a

house-warming ceremony on Thursday,

December 28, 2017.


Her mansion project was embarked two years

ago and its sits atop two plots of land.

According to a source, she invested most of the

proceedings from her shows on this property

and her musical career.

Tope and her family moved out of her current

apartment which she bought years ago.

Tope Alabi and Her Husband.

The dedication ceremony was performed by

Pastor Femi Emmanuel of the Living SpringChapel, Lagos.

Tope has been married to Soji for over 16 years.

Talking about their marriage, Tope reflected,

“For us to be in the ministry for over 16 years

now is by the grace of God. The administration of

the ministry has been assigned to my husband

and I don’t poke about at all. Mine is to prepare

for programmes. Whenever he gives the signals

that all is set, I am ready. If there is a need for

any material— either for my own use or for the

home— I make a request and he provides. God

has been using him tremendously for me and the

ministry. So, at no point in time did we ever

quarrel over business issues. The business isn’t

mine but his (Soji’s).



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