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Apostle Suleman Condemns Comedians Joking With Jesus & ‘Shaku Shaku’ Dance In Church!

– Apostle Suleman condemns acts by comedians using Jesus Christ to crack jokes

– Takes stand against certain dance moves in churchGeneral Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries,Apostle Johnson Suleman has condemned the acts by some Nigerian comedians who take delight in using Jesus Christ to crack jokes.

Apostle Suleman queried why no Comedian uses Mohammed to crack jokes. According to him, Comedians will be killed if they crack jokes with Mohammed.

He also took a swipe at Christians that do not stand up in defence of clergymen as they get dragged online.

While preaching in his church in Edo State recently, Apostle Suleman said:

“No regard. Imagine comedians will be cracking jokes and using Jesus for joke, calling Jesus Bros J and a pastor doesn’t go to the altar and give him sound slap.

“Can you joke with Mohammed like that? They will kill you,” he said.

In another video shared by Award winning music producer Wilson Joel on Instagram, Apostle Suleman condemned the popular dance moves being exported into the church. He was specific about the new dance called ‘Shaku Shaku’. He condemned the church members and pastors joining in the dance saying, it did not start in the church. He is of the view that the church should create its own dance moves and export it to the world.

“Most of us have been carried away by what is popular. Even in the church, we improvise and bring in popular things into church, thinking we can give Christianity swag. People are dancing and moving their hands… they call it Shaku… what they saw outside. You are spiritualizing and churchilizing shaku in church. You are a shame! You are a disgrace. Leave them to dance their dance! Dancing shaku in church, some pastor join them, some choir members and urshers… It didn’t start here. We should look for a dance that started in church and export it outside…”

The prolific music producer Wilson Joel who shared the post said he has some reservations but did not comment further.

COZA: Gospel Artiste Zack Dekera Sends A Strong Message To Fellow Gospel Artistes

Uprising Nigerian Gospel artist Zack Dekera , who formerly based in Port Harcourt took to the media to send a striking message to his fellow gospel artists in the Nigerian industry. After facing some tough challenges that shook his ministry and family, Zack goes on soul searching and seeks to inspire and teach others what he has learned from his journey.
Zack Dekera is a lead singer with COZA workforce at Port Harcourt campus. He started his music career at age 20. Hosted 11 gospel concerts since 2007, tagged “The Truth”. He has two major singles to his credit. “TAKING OVER” AND “Lokuchina”

He is a graduate in mathematics/computer science. A Gospel singer married to Anita Dekera with son -Dewan Dekera.

He was once working with Intels Nigeria Ltd at Onne Port Harcourt as a CCTV operator. There he was able sponsor his music passion effectively and affected lives as well. But when the country entered recession making many companies to reduce staff strength he was affected. He shares;

“I ventured into palm oil business with some money I got from company so as to have sustaining income for family while he searched for another. But got duped along the line which left me no choice than to sell my car and some house appliances so as to travel out of the country in search for greener pastures. Along the line I got duped too by agents. I had no choice but to send my pregnant wife and son to stay with my mother in-law in Delta State, while I relocated from PH to Lagos since the house we lived in was already expired by two years.

I applied so many places for job to no avail. In order to keep things rolling for the family I decided to do laborer jobs to get daily pay.

Good reads: All about Dangote Flour Mills:

All about Dangote Flour Mills

Probably every Nigerian knows of the billionaire businessman Aliko Dangote and his companies. Today, we are going to pay close attention to one of his ventures, namely Dangote Flour Mills Plc. Join us, as we talk about the history of the company, its business profile and the people who occupy the highest ranks in the business.

Short history of Dangote Flour Mills

It all started back in 1999, when one of the biggest and fastest growing conglomerates in Nigeria Dangote Industries Ltd opened a new division by the name of Dangote Flour Mills. The company began with a single mill in Apapa, which produced 500 metric tons per day.

However, it soon expanded, as the year 2000 saw the opening of the new mill in Kano. Then, another mill was opened in Calabar in 2001. In 2005, Dangote Flour Mills expanded to Ilorin.

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How I became a billionaire even without a university degree – Folorunso Alakija

How I became a billionaire even without a university degree – Folorunso Alakija

– One of the richest women in Africa, Folorunso Alakija, has made stunning revelation about her success

– She said she became a billionaire without a university degree

– Alakija admitted that she achieves greatness in life because of her love for God

One of the richest women in Africa, Folorunso Alakija, has made a revelation about her life that not so many people know of.

According to the billionaire, she was able to achieve greatness in life even without a University degree.

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NAIJ.com gathered that Alakija took to Instagram to share this piece and she also opened up that she is the 8th child in her family of about 52 children.

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News: We are not sure of the true situation of the missing girls – Minister Lai Mohammed reportedly says as he visits Yobe

Just in: We are not sure of the true situation of the missing girls – Minister Lai Mohammed reportedly says as he visits Yobe

Lai Mohammed, Nigeria’s information minister, visited Yobe state on Thursday, February 22, to ascertain the true situation following a recent attack on a school in Dapchi and the abduction of some children by members of the Boko Haram insurgency.

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Nathaniel Bassey Pens Touching Message About Billy Graham’s Death

In the last 24 hours or so, News Media, social media and every other forms of Media have been awash with stories, captions and testimonies about this ONE LIFE. Billy Graham. Even secular News Media have spoken in such a honorable manner about this Man of God. As I read and listen closely, I’m yet to see anything that speaks about his material possessions. He hasn’t dominated global headlines because of riches and material wealth. But instead the whole of creation is standing because of the JESUS He preached so unmistakably and unambiguously, and the accompanying Life He lived. I read of Don Moen’s testimony whose Father in law was saved due to Billy’s Radio Broadcast in the 1950s. And because of that one experience changed the whole course of life of that family. One of whom is Don’s Wife. Imagine the number of Pastors saved, the Ministries Born, and the multitudes eternally saved because one man preached and lived JESUS.

I did a search on google this morning and found out the name BILLY GRAHAM was the most trending name in the World in 24 hours. Something many seek after. But something another man achieved even without seeking. But rather by seeking Christ’s kingdom and righteousness. And not just that – in the past 24 hours, there’s been so much mention of the name JESUS on secular news media and on social media because of Evangelist Graham.As I read all of these, it becomes clear what God intends our lives to be. One that dispenses the GLORY OF GOD. Paul puts it this way…. “But thank God! He has made us his captives and continues to lead us along in Christ’s triumphal procession. Now he uses us to spread the knowledge of Christ everywhere, like a sweet perfume.”

‭‭2 Corinthians‬ ‭2:14‬ ‭NLT‬‬.

As the body of Christ world over celebrates the transition of one of her generals, this occasion leaves me with some pertinent questions. What am I preaching? And How am I living? Am I preaching and living Christ? What fragrance is my life exuding? And what fragrance would it leave behind?

It is true what Jesus said, that a man’s life does not consist of the things that He owns.

And I dare to add, “but rather, about the LIVES He touched.” WHAT A LIFE !
BILLY GRAHAM!

New Post: What are Facebook’s image restrictions?

What are Facebook’s image restrictions?

BY NACHO REQUENA MOLINA

Have you ever uploaded a photo to Facebook and the social network rejects it? It’s very likely that this has happened to you since the platform has strict policies when uploading content (though we’ll admit off the bat that sometimes what’s prohibited makes no sense).

In today’s Softonic article, we’ll discuss Facebook’s restrictions for images. In other words: this is what you’ll never be able to upload to the social network unless they change their guidelines in future updates.

Nothing pornographic

This is one of Facebook’s key points: pornography is completely prohibited. The social network states that images of a sexual nature are restricted on its platform, whether explicit or not. So, there’s no chance of erotic photography. Likewise, and this is noteworthy, Facebook doesn’t allow pornographic drawings, so forget about uploading hentai or your own work (if you’re that kind of artist).

Nothing violent

If you like uploading scenes with explicit violence, forget about it: Facebook prohibits uploading any image with highly violent content. What’s the limit here? Well, for example, snapshots with bloody or dismembered bodies, or anything that the community may be wary of.

We should note that you can upload images that involve sports. So, anything to do with UFC, boxing, martial arts, etc. has the green light on Facebook. But beware, this is a very narrow exception.

Nothing copyrighted

This is one of the most repeated warnings by Facebook: copyright must be heeded. If you happen to upload videos or images that belong to other users, beware: the social network may give you a warning for using third-party content.

Likewise, copyright protection also influences other issues, such as removing those people whose identity may be harmed, as well as their dignity.

Yup, breastfeeding is ok

This is one of the most debated issues at the Facebook office, though logic has finally won: yes, you can upload images of you breastfeeding your baby. In fact, their rules and regulations say: “Yes. We agree that breastfeeding is natural and beautiful and we’re glad to know that it’s important for mothers to share their experiences with others on Facebook. The vast majority of these photos are compliant with our policies. Please note that the photos we review are almost exclusively brought to our attention by other Facebook members who complain about them being shared on Facebook.”

In other words, don’t worry a bit about this.

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New:Tips to master WhatsApp in 2018

Tips to master WhatsApp in 2018

BY NACHO REQUENA MOLINA

 

This is How you Delete WhatsApp Messages Forever

WhatsApp is the leading messaging app worldwide, boasting more than 1.5 billion daily users. According to the stats, this number is expected to surpass 2 billion this year, i.e., one in every three people on the planet will have this popular communication tool.

In spite of these incredible figures, very few know how to make the most of this app, so we’ll give you four tips to master WhatsApp in 2018.

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Top tips for WhatsApp

1. Install the web version

It’s one of the great unknown features, and it works better every day (without major issues): the web version. WhatsApp implemented its web tool a few years ago so that you can use the app from your PC.

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If you use WhatsApp as a work tool, this installable version (also executable from your browser) is an essential feature, since you’ll avoid picking up your cell phone every two seconds. From the tool, we can access all groups and people, as well as user statuses. Also, you can start new conversations, since our cell phone contacts are available from this tool (which is wonderful).

2. Disable automatic downloads

This is our most important tip every time we talk about WhatsApp: disable automatic downloads for the app. The messaging service has all downloads enabled by default, meaning images, videos, and audio files will be downloaded to your device without your knowledge.

To disable automatic downloads, just go to “Settings” and click on “Data and storage.”Here you can remove any features you don’t like. Our advice is to disable the general setting straightaway, i.e., so nothing is downloaded. Your smartphone’s memory (and performance) will thank you.

3. Use WhatsApp to send files

To use this feature in all its glory, you must have the web tool that we mentioned in the first point. Once you install it (or open it from the browser), it’s as easy as using WhatsApp’s “send” feature to share files.

After several updates, the messaging service offers the possibility of sending all types of files and up to large sizes. We can assure you (from experience) that it’s a great way to send documents quickly and easily.

4. Configure your privacy

Don’t want somebody to know you’ve read their messages? Remember that WhatsApp has an important feature for avoiding the famous blue tick, i.e., so others don’t know if you’ve read their messages.

To enable this privacy feature, just click on “Settings,” go to “Privacy” and disable “Read receipts.” Of course, there’s one downside: if you get rid of this option, remember that it also works in reverse (you won’t know if somebody has read your messages either).