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Monday Motivation – Be Responsible For Yourself

As one who writes majorly about pressing life issues and self-improvement, I have had the privilege of people confiding in me for advice on many things.

In the cause of talking to them, one thing I find very common with most of these people is that they have a way of believing that a certain evil force or spiritual being is responsible for their predicament even when it is glaring that what they are going through is as a result of their own mistakes and negligence.

If you have followed me closely on this platform, then you would have observed that one of the things I have always advised people to do is to quit blaming witches, people or circumstances for the outcome of their lives and begin to take responsibility for themselves.

And even now, if there is anything that I Ugoma Johnson could do for you reading this post right now, it would be to open your eyes to the power that resides in you to make the most of your life leveraging on who God has made you through the finished work of Christ at Calvary.

Am I saying there are no witches? No! All I’m saying is focus on who Christ has made you through His death.

The work of a witch is to stay woke at night or whatever time he chooses to carry out his evil work, but your job is to REST IN CHRIST! REST ABEG.

Remember the scripture that says….

“He that dwells in the secret place of the Most High, shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty”. Psalm 91:

Can anyone hold or harm a shadow, talk more of harming that which is under the shadow.

You see, God has given you all that you need and will ever need to live a meaningful life on earth. But I’m afraid you may never get to live life to the fullest if all you do is sit around and play the blame game.

As a believer, you have no business with a spiritual husband, so stop blaming your singlehood on spiritual husband and start working on improving your attitude people.

The challenges you are currently experiencing in business may not be demons coming to attack you, it could just be a result of some wrong business decisions you have made in the past.

That woman your husband is cheating on you with may not have put any love portion in his food, it could be that you have ignorantly nagged your husband into the arm of another woman.

That illness may not be a result of the evil attack, it could just be your body reminding you to pay attention to your diet and hygiene.

Please get that into your head ok.

This post is already getting longer than I thought, but before I finally drop my pen, let me leave you with these words.

No witch is powerful enough to stop you from becoming whom God has made you to be. You can either be your number one with or your number one prophet.

Quit blaming and start being responsible for yourself.

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Monday Motivation – 5 Things To Quit Doing This Ember Months

Quit the blame game: If there is anything that is very common during ember months, it is the fact that people become more agitated.

While some sit down to complain and blame people for all their unaccomplished goals, others look back to the months and thank God for the little accomplishments they have recorded while also working hard to achieve more.

Whatever be the case, whether you have achieved much, little or nothing at all, the truth is that playing the blame game is the most unwise thing to do.

Most people even go as far as putting blames on witches and demons for their failures.

It doesn’t matter who or what you’re blaming, the truth is, the easiest way to restrain yourself from achieving much is to keep blaming.

Quit being irresponsible: One of the biggest mistakes that most people make is to think that the only way one can be irresponsible is to become a drunkard, prostitute etc.

They don’t understand that anyone who constantly passes the buck or stands on the sideline while attributing his/her responsibility to others is equally as irresponsible.

Understand that no one really owes you anything and start taking responsibility for the outcome of your life.

Whatever result you have recorded so far is as a result of the choices you’ve made and the actions you have taken in the past months.

Why should you point accusing fingers on demons for your poverty when it is clear that you are not prudent with the little resources that God has put in your care.

You blame the old woman in your village for your inability to get married even when you know that your attitude towards people is filthy.

Shouldn’t you rather be thinking of how to become more responsible with resources and also work towards improving your attitude?

Be responsible for yourself.

Quit procrastinating: Before you read on, pause for a while and think about those amazing goals you set for yourself at the beginning of the year.

Have you achieved all, have you started working towards achieving them, or you’re still mopping around and dilly-dallying?

If you are waiting for a perfect condition to start, then I’m afraid to tell you that there will never be anything as such. There is no better time to start than now.

Quit moping for too long: Life is configured in such a way that we cannot always have it our way, sometimes things happen to you and you find yourself becoming moody and gloomy, and before you know it, you’re already moping around endlessly without really doing anything meaningful.

Certain things must have come your way in the cause of the year and it can be quite difficult to move on when these things happen, but you should always strive not to remain down for too long. Get up, dust yourself and keep moving.

Quit holding on to the past: holding on to past wrongs and offenses can be quite a future wrecking experience.

There must have been people who wronged you or caused you some havoc, but you must learn to let go.

Negative feelings can be mentally draining, it saps your energy to move on and keeps your mind in a constant state of obscurity; hence you’re not able to think clearly.

Though it may not be easy to do, however, you’ve got to forgive and let go.

In conclusion:

The year is running out and the worst thing you will do to yourself is to become complacent. Get to work and start doing that which is required to move you to your next level.

This ember month should not be a time when you move from one prayer house to the other chasing after demons that does even know you exist.

Let me tell you, the demons are not more powerful in ember month, just as God does not become less powerful. Focus on what God has accomplished for you on the cross through the finished work of Christ.

You have all it takes to achieve your goals, though the year is almost coming to an end, but if you will do all that I have told you today you will be amazed at how much you will achieve.

God bless you.

 

“I Had Just ₦63K Before I Bought My House” – Comedian Seyi Law Testifies!

Comedian Seyi Law has shared the testimony of how God helped him purchased a new house even as he shared the pictures of the new property on social media.

Seyi Law took to his Instagram page on Tuesday, August 28, 2018, where he shared photos of his new house. He went on to reveal how he had just N63K in his account just before he bought his house because he had lost a lot of money during his last show.

“God is my rock and my refuge whom shall I fear. Our testimony is huge and no man can share in the glory of what God did, is doing and is going to do. Tears of Joy filled my eyes and my mouth is in awe of God’s faithfulness. All the people and brand that I have worked for seem to have abandoned me this year. I traveled out of Nigeria for my shows, had a great show but lost a lot of money.

“My heart raced, my home was shaky, but I kept faith. I contemplated stopping my shows and selling some of our lands, but you know God reminded me of the word He gave me in November 2017. In May, just about a month to buying this house, I had just N63k in my account, having invested in my shows and by my 35th Birthday on the 22nd June 2018, God did what only him could have done.

“If your heart is in a troubled place, there is a God who is Jehovah Shalom. He knows and if you can trust him, he will do exceedingly and abundantly more than you can ever imagine. Your help is in God and not man, for Him alone can and will speak to the hearts of the men that he has chosen for you. Trust in Him alone. Praise God for me. SEYILAW testifies,” he wrote.

“There’s Nothing God Cannot Do” – Adesua Etomi Celebrated By Same University She Barely Afforded

Adesua Etomi, Nollywood actor and wife of singer Banky W, has shared her testimony while reminiscing on the time she could barely afford her university fees and now being celebrated by the same institution.

Adesua made this known on her Instagram page Wednesday, sharing a photo of her portrait being celebrated at her alma mater, University of Wolverhampton.

“Today, I’m grateful for my university education,” she said. “I remember how my mum and I would sit and wonder how we’d pay my university fees every single year. It’s amazing how God took me from that to being celebrated and painted on the wall by the same university that we could barely afford.”

“It may look hard right now but hang in there, there’s nothing God cannot do. It will end in praise but remember to put in the work. #31DaysOfGrateful #Day29 #talkaboutthejourney,” she captioned the photo.

It is not the first time Adesua Etomi will be sharing some of the difficult moments of her life she had to overcome. On the 11th of June, 2018, she shared a mind-blowing story on her Instagram page where she wrote a long post about how God used the hard times when nothing seem to be working in her life to build her faith.

Joy Mobley talks gifts, talents, passion for music and inspiration behind “Don’t Turn Around”

Exclusive Interview w/ Joy Mobley by Christopher Heron (2018)
Exclusive Interview w/ Joy Mobley by Christopher Heron

 

The riveting, new release entitled, Don’t Turn Around, is the latest EP from Minnesota-native, Atlanta-resident, Joy Mobley. The melodic, tapestry of anointed tunes is part of Joy’s plan to touch people through the power of her jubilant music.

 

Joy Mobley - 2018
Joy Mobley

 

 

 

Joy has always captured crowds with her incredible instrument, highlighted by her victory in the Minnesota Idol. Since then, Mobley has taken her talent to another level, veering towards ministry and making a difference for Jesus. BlackGospel.com spoke with this striking woman about music, family, and faith.

 

Christopher Heron: Joy, I’d love to begin our conversation by discovering the lovely lady behind the music. For instance, we know you’re a talented vocalist…but what’s your secret gift or hidden talent very few people know you possess?

 

Joy Mobley: I’d like to think God has blessed me with the gifts for “insight” and “connectivity”.  I believe I possess an intuitive attribute that enhances my ability to destroy communication barriers regardless of the personality.

 

I thank God for enabling me to befriend those that would just assume turn their backs, and from that breakthrough, develop a nourishing and lasting acquaintance.   In a song, I experience a pristine freedom that transcends woes and sorrows of this world.

 

Christopher Heron: You’re proud alumni of Clark Atlanta University. What are the most important values and lessons in life you attribute to your time at college?

 

 

Joy Mobley 2018
Joy Mobley

Joy Mobley: “I’ll find a way or make one” is one of the mottos for CAU. And I can definitely say that having persistence and not giving up has been key in my success and who I’ve become today. Another lesson that I can attribute to my time there is to make the most of every opportunity given to you.

While I was attending CAU I was exposed to a lot of great opportunities and because of this, I seized everyone that I could! Looking back now I know that many people might not experience in a lifetime what I was able to, at that time.

 

Christopher Heron: You’re also a proud wife and mother. How have these important family roles changed your life and shaped your view of the world?

 

Joy Mobley: If ever the word “unselfish” has been transparent, surely it’s at this time in my life of being a wife and mother.  There’s an old saying in the gospel that says “it’s not all about me” and that old saying is so true.  The reality of it all, to understand this phrase is to gain wisdom beyond the imagination.  I believe a person that is self-centered cannot truly discover their full potential nor true happiness.

 

It is imperative for the soul, mind, and spirit to nurture the body and it is equally important that our individual accountability reaches beyond our person. If I may, I must regress to the words “insight” and “connectivity”.  My having insight towards my husband and child has done so much for the priceless connectivity the three of us enjoy and share in our lives.

 

Christopher Heron: Music has always been an essential part of your identity…but when did your passion for music move to the next level and becomes a tool for ministry and an expression of faith?

 

Joy Mobley - 2018
Joy Mobley

Joy Mobley: During my adolescence, my parents pastored a church and I was afforded the opportunity to express myself in song and in church productions.  I suppose my mom became so confident in my ability to sing, many times there were impromptu performances.  The congregation or those in attendance would often compliment me by making such comments as “you sang that song so well you made me cry or you brought chills all over me.”

 

My Mom enlightened me at an early age as to who was responsible for the anointing I was under, and that I was blessed to be chosen by God to communicate His Word in song.  Even into adulthood, what I get from unbelievers regarding my new music is “I don’t usually listen to Gospel music, but I like your music.”

 

I’ve heard this countless times and knowing that the lyrics in my songs talk about Jesus, and people who are not in the church are still able to receive that message is what ministry is all about, saving souls and making disciples, Mark 16:15 says “Go into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone”.

 

Christopher Heron: Your new EP is entitled, Don’t Turn Around. What’s the inspiration behind the title of your new release?

 

Joy Mobley: I know it’s an old cliché, but we are really living in troubled and disturbing times.  It seems that every time one listens to the news, it’s disheartening.  Hardly ever anything encouraging.  We are always bombarded by negativity whether at work, home, and even church.  My philosophy…this world needs encouragement!

 

Without encouragement to stay the course, people will turn around and escalate their demise into a world of destruction.  People today need the “truth” in their hearts, love in their spirits and confidence in their soul.  So in my lyrics, this is what I’m attempting to convey.  Stay the course, God’s People; and Don’t Turn Around!

 

 

Christopher Heron: The release of your EP is another kind of birth. It’s very intimate and reflective of you. How much is “Joy” it for you? And what is your hope and prayer for this album?

 

Joy Mobley: The “joy” for me is overwhelming because I’m doing something that I love.  My hope and prayer is that I’m able to touch the broken hearts and disturb minds of the many that are about to or perhaps already have “Turned Around”.  I would be so honored to know that my songs that are reaching the masses, relationships were mended, hearts were fixed, and lives were turned around all because of the Power of God!

 

For more information on Joy Mobley and her EP, Don’t Turn Around, visit her official website @ www.joymobley.com.

New Music: “That’s_Who_You_Are” Traimi Dave ft. Joshua Daniel+David Ehiabhi

Traimi Dave has officially releases the much anticipated single titled “THAT’S WHO YOU ARE” featuring Joshua Daniel (Revelation Musik) n David Ehiabhi (Dr. Slim)…

Traimi Dave hereby tagged his newest single “My Birthday Gift to my Fans” Listen, share and Download Listen

 

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THAT’S WHO YOU ARE LYRICS By Traimi Dave (feat. Joshua Daniel and David Ehiabhi)

I have seen a man, who took me the way I am lift me up from a miry clay, set me on the rock to stand Now I know the man, who chose me the way I am picked me up from a miry clay, set me on the rock to stand

Chorus: Jesus that’s who you are Wonderful king that’s who you are

I have looked around all over, sicknesses don’t last forever healing has come to stay by His word (come on brother, can i hear you sing something) I have moved around all over, poverty don’t last forever breakthrough has come to stay by His word

Spoken words: Some say you’re Isaiah, Jeremiah John the Baptist or just a catchiest but I know you are Alpha, Jehovah Rapha You’re my Healer, my Redeemer (You are Jesus) our Protector and our Provider, Deliverer (the son of the living God) our God, King and Father (wonderful King that’s who you are)

(Oh Jesus you are, you are) Jesus that’s who you are Wonderful king that’s who you are

Chorus continues…till fade. [The End]

  Your Breakthrough is Now…

New Music: Anticipate ”That’s who you are”_Traimi Dave_ft_Joshua Daniel & David Ehiabhi

(Birthday Gift to Fans)

Traimi Dave set to drop a Brand New Track Titled “THAT’S WHO YOU ARE’’

 

This young talented Gospel Minister David T Raimi, popularly known on stage as “Traimi Dave” is set to release another hit single titled “That’s who you are” in the coming week featuring Joshua Daniel and David Ehiabhi.

This piece, produced, mixed and mastered by Lord Louis Production is set to take the streets and the music industry by storm.

In anticipation for the release of the song, kindly download one of his HIT track ‘’Idi Ebube’’ @traimi.com and be expectant….

Your story is changing for the better……

 

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Twt: @traimidave

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“I Was Disowned And Chased Out Of My Home But God Saw Me Through” – Chioma Jesus

Years ago people of God when I gave my life to Christ my mother persecuted me so much that one day she came back home, brought a bible and dictionary and asked me to pick one. The Bible representing my faith and no more school and then if I choose dictionary representing My school no more church. It was a very big Challenge but Holy Ghost helped me I choose The Bible I was disowned and chased out of my home. But God saw me through, today the same Bible is paying me in millions of naria,pounds, dollars, euro more than any oil company will pay me, What a Mighty God we serve. He will not forsake His own, my sisters and brothers, please don’t shift your faith no matter the battles your facing today don’t exchange your faith with any thing in this world because “EYES HAVE NOT SEEN EARS HAVE NOT HEARD NOR HAVE IT ENTERED INTO THE HEART OF MEN WHAT GOD HAVE KEPT FOR THOSE WHO LOVE HIM” you’re on that process of greatness don’t give up ur faith yet…….

 

 

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Okey Chuks Emerges as Winner Of Soundcheck Africa 2018

Tim Godfrey’s Revolutionary talent discovery and development project Soundcheck Africa 2018 has been concluded with contestant Okey Chuks emerging as the winner. The grand finale took place 5 pm yesterday, 28 April 2018 at Glitz Event Centre, Lekki Lagos.

The event was an enjoyable one as there were special performances by the contestants and also special appearances by Essence, Frank Edwards, Onos Ariyo, Sammie Okposo, Mike Abdul, Segun Obe, Nikki Laoye, Naomi Classik, Monique, Tim Godfrey and the extreme crew.

The top 6 finalists who performed that night were Kazeem, Okey Chuks, Sumisola, Same Oshodis, Queen Esther and Jeremiah Akerele. The 3rd position went to Same Oshodis, 2nd position, Sumisola and Winner, Okey Chuks.

Okey Chuks was awarded the sum of 500 thousand Naira, a flat screen television and a smartphone.

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Alibaba eFounder fellowship is looking for 40 start-up entrepreneurs in Africa (especially from South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Rwanda, Namibia and Uganda) to come to Hangzhou, China during Jun 19th-29th, and attend a two-week course for entrepreneurs who are operating open, platform-based businesses in the eCommerce, logistics, big data, and tourism spaces.

If you are interested in gaining experiences from the world’s largest retailer and networking with business leaders from world leading Venture Capitals and technology incubators, you can apply here: https://agi.alibaba.com/efounders-fellowship.

Application deadline is May 4th, 2018 (2pm China UTC+8) and if you have any question, you can contact Lusha Chen at lusha.cls@alibaba-inc.com.

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So my personal testimony continued….Tolu Adesina

So my personal testimony continued….Tolu Adesina

from last week #testimonytuesday I missed home and Mum and Dad so I left Lagos and came to kaduna. Very few people knew I was back…cuz I wanted to just spend time with my folks…but on the 30th I went to my home church (House on the rock) for Sunday service where everyone was happy to see me, my Pastor REV. BARNABAS ARASTUS insisted that on the 31st night before he comes up I would lead worship(it was a set up from heaven)….and I was like hmmm…but I agreed…so the night was blessed with so many anointed ministers and now it was my turn I GOT UP THERE AND BEGAN TO SING AND IN THE MIDST OF IT I HEARD A VOICE SAY…I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR YOU FOR SEVEN YEARS…this broke my heart…. I WENT ON MY KNEES AND COULD’NT HOLD BACK THE TEARS…I dropped the mic and went back to my seat where I prayed a simple prayer LORD I’M SORRY FOR RUNNING FROM PURPOSE ALL THESE YEARS AND I’M GRATEFUL THAT YOU WAITED FOR ME…I SURRENDER TO YOU TOTALLY TODAY WHEREVER YOU LEAD ILL FOLLOW…and I felt the kinda peace I haven’t felt in seven years come into my heart… this was my tremendous turnaround IT CAME WITH CONFLICT AND LOOSING FRIENDS AND FANS AND FOLLOWERS AND INDUSTRY CRED. LOL BUT I GAINED PURPOSE IN GOD AND NOTHING ELSE COMPARES TO THAT…

“After Ministration,They Gave Us N300, & The Place Wasn’t Even In Lagos” – Tope Alabi Shares Her Experience

“After Ministration,They Gave Us N300, & The Place Wasn’t Even In Lagos” – Tope Alabi Shares Her Experience

My mother checked if my virginity was intact till I married – Tope Alabi
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#You recently released an album, Yes and Amen. What is its thrust?
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The album is full of wholesome praise to God;
there are no side attractions. God told me about three years ago that I should make an album that would contain only praise and worship. There are 11 tracks in all. I worked on the album for about two years . God usually gives me the titles for my albums, and also the time to release them.
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#You often share moral lessons in your songs.
How did your upbringing influence that part of
you?
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Whenever God tells me to record an album, He always tells me how to go about it. A lot of times, He often uses lessons from my childhood to explain what I should do. I was the only girl in the house and I was raised strictly. My mother was a disciplinarian and she brooked no nonsense. There was no room for me to go astray.
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#Did your mother support your music career?
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Yes, she did because she was also a singer. She
always sang around the house. She believed
that one didn’t have to be immoral simply because she is a singer. Every other member of my family was not pleased with my music
career but my mother never took offence. She taught me that a female shouldn’t be too close to men. For example, I was never bathed at the same time with my male siblings. My mother used to check if my virginity was intact every three months interval before I got married; especially whenever I returned from movie locations. When I newly got married to my husband, we went to the National Theatre in Lagos to watch a movie and actors like Yinka Quadri, Ebun Oloyede, among others were there. When they saw my husband, they congratulated him and told him that he had chosen a good and exemplary wife . That made my husband quite happy. My mum was very strict and she never spared the rod. She also showed me a lot of motherly love.
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#What are some of the lessons your mother taught you that have endured till date?

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“I Have Seen The Light” – Weird Mc Talks On Her New Life As A Born Again Christian

“I Have Seen The Light” – Weird Mc Talks On Her New Life As A Born Again Christian

One of the pioneer contemporary female rappers in the Nigerian entertainment scene, Shola Idowu popularly known as Weird MC who is currently in the UK talks about her new life since she became born again.
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The 47-year-old also mentioned that she would still love to have children of her own because she is a lover of kids.
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Speaking in a recent interview with Saturday Beats, she said:
“Right now, I am open to love, the love of God. All I would say is that everything would happen as he wills. Regarding having children, I came through someone, so someone has to come through me. I love kids a lot. I would love to have two. Growing up, there were six of us in the family, three boys and three girls; I do not know what the will of God is but I would love to have two children, a boy and a girl”.
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“The death of Nomoreloss brought a void to my life but it was not necessarily the reason I gave my life to Christ. Nomoreloss and I were very close and his death came as a big shock to me because we spoke a few days before his death. I went to London for about a month and only returned to Nigeria to perform at Darey Art Alade’s show. When I called Nomoreloss, he sounded happy to hear from me and even asked if I was back. We were all playing and joking. He told me that he was somewhere at Dolphin Estate, so I told him to accompany me to the concert. I was excited to hang out with him but he just told me to go and have fun. I didn’t know he was ill at the time but he did not want me to know about it. After his death when I asked his brother why I was not informed, he said he was sure Nomoreloss did not want me to see him the way he was because he probably knew how emotional I could be seeing him. We were very close; more like brother and sister relationship.
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“On that Monday, I was so busy and coincidentally I was not on twitter which is very unlike me. I noticed that Alariwo had called me several times eventually I picked his call and the next question he asked me was if the news was true and I was lost because I did not know what was happening. He broke the news to me and I told him that I did not like that type of news because I still spoke to him a few days earlier. One of my personal assistants was with me and he also acknowledged his death but I ignored him because I did not believe it to be true. I went to a friend’s office, Jide, and he also confirmed the news to me but I still did not believe them, so I called Omobaba. When he confirmed the news again, I was so shocked. I remember going to the mortuary and insisting that I wanted to see him because it was like a dream and there he was just lying down. I was so shocked. All I could say was, ‘wow! So Muyiwa you are gone.’ It was a big shock to me”.
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“The appeal people have for me or the music I used to do take second place to God. If I feel overly concerned about the appeal, then the question would be who am I worshipping, my career or God. God created music as an engagement tool and the main reason music was created was for it to be used to worship Him. So if I take the musical talent God has given me and use it to honour him by sharing Him with the world, I think that is a good thing. I come from that background; the only difference is that I am now talking about God, I am now telling people that I have seen the light; come with me because this is what the light looks like. I think it is an amazing thing and people would see that I am now sincere. There are a lot of contemporary gospel singers; we have the likes of Kirk Franklin, B.O.U.Q.U.I, Nathaniel Bassey, and Travis Greene.
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“Weird MC means that I am different and peculiar, it also aligns with the fact that if you become born again, you become a peculiar nation unto God. I had thought about changing my name after giving my life to Christ. I had thought about using my real name, Shola since a lot of people know my real name. But I want my audience to realise that there is a spiritual transformation going on in my life. I truly believe that my true core followers would transform with me because it is the will of God. The will of man cannot supersede in my life anymore. The Holy Spirit can also minister to me that I should not drop the name because there is a nation attached to me and the Lord wants me to minister to the audience and keep my name. I would not do things that would compromise my faith. I would always use myself as a vessel of honour unto God. He has given me an assignment and it takes precedence over everything, so when you see me on stage, I am not only entertaining you but I would be ministering and teaching as well. I am engaging culture, I listen to a lot of the contemporary Christian songs and I see what they are doing. It does not change anything. God created the music.
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“Of course, my dressing would be toned down; already it is being toned down and it comes with age. It all depends on the will of God because he is the one who is transforming me every day. There is nothing as awesome as harvesting souls for God”.I HAVE SEEN THE LIGHT. WEIRD MC TALKS ON HER NEW LIFE AS A BORN AGAIN CHRISTIAN
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One of the pioneer contemporary female rappers in the Nigerian entertainment scene, Shola Idowu popularly known as Weird MC who is currently in the UK talks about her new life since she became born again.
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The 47-year-old also mentioned that she would still love to have children of her own because she is a lover of kids.
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Speaking in a recent interview with Saturday Beats, she said:
“Right now, I am open to love, the love of God. All I would say is that everything would happen as he wills. Regarding having children, I came through someone, so someone has to come through me. I love kids a lot. I would love to have two. Growing up, there were six of us in the family, three boys and three girls; I do not know what the will of God is but I would love to have two children, a boy and a girl”.
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Bishop Oyedepo Spotted Preaching To People Near Devil’s Shrine At Sango Otta

Bishop Oyedepo Spotted Preaching To People Near Devil’s Shrine At Sango Otta

Bishop Oyedepo was sighted at two different points on Tuesday evening March 20, with people swarming all over him. According to findings, he was there for nothing than evangelism.
The bishop was first sighted sitting in a Toyota land cruiser Prado jeep, plate number — near under sango bridge, facing Lagos-Abeokuta express road, preaching to a gathering of people.

After his preaching which lasted for about 30 mins, he told the crowd to put down their names and phone numbers on a piece of paper shared by his envoys.

He further told them that the collection of their details is to establish a contact with him. He said: “the number they collected from you is for you to share your testimony because I know you will all have a testimony to share after this prayer.

Tonight, you will receive a message from a number and with that number you can share your testimony with me and also book an appointment with me.”

Following that Africa’s richest pastor moved his convoy to Sango-Ota road, near the Shrine of Esu-Odara. The shrine is just a stone throw from where he was and as usual, he repeated his modules of preaching and also followed up by taking the details of the crowd with a promise of reaching back to them.

Those that made up the crowd were market men and also women, Agberos (Street Urchins), workers returning home and all sorts of people.

Meanwhile, the Ojubo Esu (Satan’s Shrine) has been at Sango bus stop junction for years. The small house painted in white and black is where Esu worshipers converge most times, especially every August 20th, to worship the deity.