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Frank Edwards, Traimi Dave, Kenny Blaq, Others Amongst Africa Youth Awards’ 100 Most Influential Young Africans | See Full List

The list cut across personalities from 26 African countries with Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana and Tanzania taking the lead with 20, 17, 12 and 8 representatives respectively.

Nigerian Gospel singer, Traimi Dave,   headhoncho of RockTown Records, Frank Edwards also made the list.

The list features politicians, activists, entrepreneurs, entertainers, digital influencers, philanthropists & athletes across 10 distinct categories who are blazing various trails and promoting the positive image of Africa across the globe.

Speaking about the publication, Prince Akpah, founding President of Africa Youth Awards, said that the current list features a record 90 new entrants and 43 females.

According to him, this year’s honourees were listed for their individual and collective contributions towards positioning the image of Africa as frontrunners in their respective fields. He also urged other young Africans to emulate the footstep of the listed individuals and join them to make Africa a better and safer place for young dreamers.

Notable among the 2018 honourees are Uganda’sRobert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu (Bobi Wine) , Togo’sFarida Bemba Nabourema, Egypt’s Mohammed Salah, Nigeria’s Kenny Blaq, Traimi Dave, Davido, Falz and Tomi Adeyemi Idaminab, South Africa’s Cassper NyovestandTanzania’s Ali Kiba.

The list was compiled in partnership with Avance Media , mynaijanaira.com and Made Marketing Group presents an opportunity for young Africans to stay committed to their individual causes and continue to blaze trails across their various fields.

Below is the list of the 100 Most Influential Young Africans in alphabetical order:

ABD Traore
Abdellah Mallek
Adeola Fayehun
Ahmed Musa
Akwasi Frimpong
Ali Kiba
Ama Duncan
Amina Rabar
Amy Sarr Fall
Ancillar Mangena-Nombewu
Anita Adetola Adetoye
urea Mouzinho
Aya Chebbi
Bamai Namata
Bogolo Kenewendo
Bonang Matheba
Brian Amoateng
Brian Mutebi
Cassper Nyovest
David Moinina Sengeh
Davido
Dikeledi Mokoena
Dominique Alonga
Dr Sandile Kubheka
Dr. Mbuyiseni Ndlozi
Dr. Shakira Choonara
Edem Agbana
Ester Simon
Falz
Faraja Nyalandu
Farida Bemba Nabourema
Feka Parchibell Parch
Frank Edwards
Gideon Danso
Hamamat Montia
Hanane El Khader
Herieth Paul
Hodan Osman
Ibrahim Ceesay
Jennifer Bash
Joybert Javnyuy
Jumanne Mtambalike
Kalidou Koulibaly
Kelvin Nyame
Kenneth Okwor
Kenny Blaq
Kevin Lubega
Kgomotso Phatsima
Kow Essuman
Kungaba Fongoh Leonel
Kwame A.A Opoku
Luthando Shosha
Mabutho Mthembu
Maria Borges
Mbali Ntuli
Mbwana Samatta
Medhi Benatia
Millard Ayo
Mohamed Salah
Musawenkosi Saurombe
Mwiya Musokotwane
Nabimanya Humphrey
Nana Aba Anamoah
Nana Appiah Mensah
Nasty C
Nice Nailantei Leng’ete
Nneile Nkholise
Nomzamo Mbatha
Nontokozo Madonsela
Obinwanne Okeke
Olasupo Abideen
Orapeleng Modutle
Pedro Lopes
Percy Tau
Prince Louis Omolayo Adekola
Rachel Sibande
Raphael Obonyo
Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu
Sadio Mane
Samuelle Dimairho
Sandra Ochola
Scheaffer Okore
Sherrie Silver
Sidiki Diabaté
Simidele Adeagbo
Stonebwoy
Sylvester Chauke

Traimi Dave
Takunda Chingonzo
Thando Thabethe
Toke Makinwa
Tomi Adeyemi
Tonye Rex Idaminabo
Ubi Franklin
Victor Moses
Victoria Ibiwoye
Wadi Ben-Hirki
Xtian Dela
Yannick Nzonde
Yasmin Belo-Osagie
Yusuf Bakhresa

“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.

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.

10 Reasons Not To Be A Gospel Artist | By Jonathan McReynolds

Grammy-nominated Gospel singer Jonathan McReynolds pens down 10 reasons why one should not pursue a career in Gospel music. Jonathan has successfully topped the Billboard chart. He is also a part-time college professor at Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois. On his blog, LifeRoomTalk, Jonathan highlights his 10 reasons. Read below:

10 Reasons Not To Be A Gospel Artist – Jonathan McReynolds

Uh oh. Sounds pretty bad, huh? Well, I want you to listen. The quality, integrity, and potency of gospel music are not affected by the top pop artist or the state of hip-hop. It is entirely based on the people that make up the gospel music industry itself. We aren’t tainted by things external, only by things internal–not by what comes in, but what is put back out (Matthew 15). There are 6 billion reasons to be a gospel artist and I am certainly not complaining about this amazing life and career God gave me, but I write this because these ten things will discourage you, expose you, waste your energy and money if you are not called to this! I don’t want to dissuade anyone from the Church. We need God! We need each other! There is a purpose for your life that has God and His Kingdom in mind. However, everyone does not need to gather producers, studio time and a booking manager to embark on a journey to gospel stardom and influence. Chances are if that’s what you seek, you’re not off on a good foot. Here we go! Ten reasons not to quit your day job nor continue those guitar lessons…

It is small. Yes, maybe gospel music is number one to you. Maybe it has been your life’s soundtrack. It might be hard for everyone to truly imagine how small this genre is in the grand scheme of things but it is. The amount of embraced, going-to-be-on-TV-soon artists is probably something like 30 and since a gospel artist’s success can last 30+ years, that number stays low, with only 1 or 2 new artists introduced (in a big way) every year. The audience is also incredibly small. We are talking like 5% of the country that truly consumes this music even though most music is influenced by it. If you are looking for incredibly large audiences, the gospel is not the surest way to do it.

It is not unified. Sure, everyone has their own tastes but America, the engine of gospel music, has an extra reason to divide. Sunday morning is known as the most segregated time in America because stylistic preferences and racial tensions filter everyone to churches that look and sound like them. The music industry reflects that. There are two distinct sides–at least two. And to be played on one type of radio station almost immediately disqualifies you from being played on the other. It may hurt you to find that there are very few opportunities (and very few plans to make more opportunities) to bring the Church and it’s artists together. And this is coming from someone who has been embraced, to an extent, by both sides, several races, and cultures! It is rare! I just want you to know that.

You will be copied. Like any genre, people pay attention to what seems to “work” and what seems to sell. So if you are successful, prepare to have many copy elements of your artistry and approach. This is not specific to the gospel at all, though the phenomenon of imitation is often Christianized. “This is the sound that God wants to hear!” Heartwise? That is correct. Instrumentation, style, and artistic approach? No. He never detailed that. And if he has, we are far off. Either way, it’s an excuse to copy, so prepare for that. Your sound may become “THE sound.”

You’ll be pressured to copy. So that means, upcoming artists will be expected to replicate that “sound” too! I was not interested in (just) that “sound,” God made a way and the crowds’ responses spoke up for me, but trust, I was pressured to copy. And you will be too. God’s hand has to be on your life for this to work and you MUST BE GOOD! If neither heaven nor earth is responding to your sound, the pressure will come for you to copy someone else’s.

You now really, really represent the Kingdom. Everything is a stage! You’re not just a singer, you represent something that people look up to and some people look down on. There have been a few singers I’ve befriended in the gospel world that hoped to be strictly singers and wow the world with their incredible gift only. They were shooting stars. There are several others that have turned out to be guiding lights. They have lasted longer, they have become more useful by God on this stage because they took up the responsibility of representing Him. Everything from fashion, to the on-stage presentation, to social media, to walking around airports is subject to the fact that people expect and, honestly, NEED you to represent Christ. Don’t get confused by society’s pressure to “be real” which tends to mean to flaunt every dirty streak on your underwear to avoid being known as a hypocrite. YOUR PUBLIC GOAL is to lead others to Christ honestly, not to express yourself for expression’s sake. And I believe there are soooo many untapped ways to point folks to God while using every weird, lame, cool, cute, smart part of you. You just have to want that. Jesus did not plead with God to “take this cup from [Him]” among the disciples He was leading. He took his personal time. He had his private struggle. I believe that part of the story is included to show us the personal sacrifice and wisdom in knowing what you mean to the people you influence. I thought to write this because I have an amazing friend that loves to sing and singing gospel music is especially fulfilling for her. She, however, has an entire “R&B” persona and hundreds of thousands of fans, and she gets to operate by different rules when it comes to fashion, language, and content. I know she knows, that there would have to be some wholesale alterations to her image to be effective as a gospel artist. I know that it’s against millennial nature to ever concede that you may have to change your presentation for the sake of the gospel but it’s the truth! Sorry! Even if God has given you peace on the way you live your life, the game changes when your actions will be magnified, duplicated and misunderstood. Gospel artists MUST rehearse and SHOULD operate with 1 Corinthians 8 in mind.

“Be careful, however, that the exercise of your rights does not become a stumbling block to the weak. For if someone with a weak conscience sees you, with all your knowledge, eating in an idol’s temple, won’t that person be emboldened to eat what is sacrificed to idols? So this weak brother or sister, for whom Christ died, is destroyed by your knowledge. When you sin against them in this way and wound their weak conscience, you sin against Christ. Therefore, if what I eat causes my brother or sister to fall into sin, I will never eat meat again, so that I will not cause them to fall.”

Too much right? Yeah, we are living for everyone else (1 Corinthians 10:31-33)! We don’t always want to accept that. The good news is you don’t have to lose authenticity to glorify God if your authentic self-glorifies God (and not like ten other things at the same time). In my opinion, it is better to edit yourself rather than simply edit your image.

Not a lot of money in it. Simple as that. It is a small market. Very few are wealthy and most smart artists supplement their income with regular jobs, church gigs (or churches they found and pastor) and other investments.

Traveling is not fun. OMG! You have no idea. If you could teleport to Oslo or take a magic carpet ride to Los Angeles, travel would be a complete perk. We all love seeing new places, new people and watching our passports get stamped to death. Unfortunately, there are often two miles of walking, irritable TSA agents, guitar carrying and defending, lost bags, connecting flights and ridiculously early lobby calls in between. As I write this, I’m heading home from a beautiful trip to Norway. I’m also excited about the destination: home. But first, we must endure…well, all that I just mentioned. Be prepared to have your body go crazy about your bird-like lifestyle too. I never knew how hard to come by and all-consuming sleep can be until I started traveling like this.

It is slow to change and embrace new things. 
As much as I love the gospel industry, it is not full of creative risk takers. While the original apostles were quite rugged and adventurous, our understanding of the faith compels us to be resistant to change, risk-averse and doubtful of most things new. Even further, our grim business outlook has labels even more concerned about prudence and frugality. The best way, to many executives, is to give a slightly new spin, face or voice to something already done. And church folk feel the same way. When I was first signed, my weird music, led by “No Gray” was not understood and valued by many people in high places. They just wanted a younger spin on worship music, not this “live music.” Ask Kirk, Deitrick, Mary Mary, and Richard Smallwood. Yes, even Richard Smallwood. They all felt some resistance to the now legendary music they have made. If that will discourage you to the point of quitting, I have saved you. If you are willing to take your time and learn to PRESENT your music in a way that can ease the stubborn expectations of a gospel music fan, stick to it. It is all about presentation. You can’t pull a person toward you without first reaching for them. Blessed is the artist that can shift a room without people noticing. Let me also warn you, people who are NOT gospel music lovers, not believers, or not avid churchgoers ALSO have particular, often antiquated expectations of Jesus music.

Many people you encounter will show little sign of the Faith. Yeah, you know it. God has a lot of children and some of them are…well…slow learners. Some are weirdos. Some are downright rebellious. And more precisely, some of the adults you meet in this Christian journey are…children. I have made it my mission to make room for artists, particularly ones who don’t see much of their style and approach represented in the genre. But I wrote this article to help ensure we don’t keep filling our stages and pulpits with people who were not ready for it. This job will shine the light and magnify all that is right with you and all that is wrong with you. The best way to be a mature, strong Christian artist, is to be a mature, strong Christian. Unfortunately, you will get a bad taste in your mouth upon meeting some of us. You cannot be discouraged. You cannot take it personally. At best, it’s a dope person having a bad or stressful day. Travel, pressure, nerves, demands, musicians, and managers can certainly seize our smiles and willingness to be social. But at worst, some of us just really don’t walk with the love of Christ. Gospel music is just as much a culture club as it is an expression of faith. You can certainly be impressively gifted with the culture and not have much faith or fruit! But we now know the lasting effects of bad models, so don’t be one. You must take on the mantle of representing Christ, knowing what the Bible ACTUALLY says, dodging rumors, gossip, and the land mines of self-interested people and be the change you want to see. It’s quite tough though.

The world won’t be a fan.
 Lastly, what you carry is huge. It’s beautiful, respectable, inclusive and divine. Its also convicting, EXclusive, and increasingly contrary to the modern zeitgeist. The mention of who you are and further expression of your beliefs will alienate you from many. I have been unfriended by several high school classmates and, while I hope they’d be proud of me, there are several that hate my guts now. “God” is kind of endearing, but “Jesus” will start a fight. Please know some media opportunities will not come to you and some press outlets will not let you in. They may not hate you but will simply be uninterested in your existence. One of the worst things a gospel artist can do is expect to be known–in different churches, but especially by the world at large. Both humble yourself and brace yourself for arrows of both hate and indifference.

See, I’m not trying to keep you from following your dreams. I’m just trying to answer all my DMs at once. I’m proud that so many pursue the call to public ministry and I’m honored that I might be inspiring some of that. This will be a great generation for the Kingdom and its artists. But you must know that it’s not easy, it’s not always fun, and no greatness comes without a great cost. New levels, new devils. Regardless of what you do, get really acquainted with your “why.” You’re going to need it.

 

28 Year-old McReynolds began his music career in 2012 with the release of Life Music via Entertainment One Music and Light Records. The album charted on three Billboard charts: the Billboard200, Gospel Albums, and Independent Albums. His second album, Life Music: Stage Two, peaked higher on all three charts in 2015. His latest full-length album Make Room debuted #1 on Billboard Gospel and garnered a historic 1.3 million streams in the first week.

 

Plateau killings: Bishop David Oyedepo Declares Warfare Prayers On Killers

The senior pastor of Living Faith Church aka Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo has reacted angrily to the killings in Plateau State.

The Bishop declared some warfare prayers over the perpetrators of the recent massacre of residents of some villages in Plateau state, saying the killers and their generations will be destroyed during the Covenant Hours of Prayer in his Church at Ota.

“One of the leaders in Plateau State spoke yesterday that since the crisis started, 52 villages were now desolate,” he said.

“For everyone behind this crisis, may they and their generations be destroyed. May their generations perish. May they never be remembered.

“Anyone who has made people’s land and families desolate, we declare them desolate today.

“Let the arrow of God locate them. Let it locate their sponsors. Let it locate all the perpetrators. Let it locate anyone backing them in government from today.”

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…

MusicVid / Lyrics: Isabella | Omnipotent God [@IsabellaMelodie]

Omnipotent God is a simple declaration of God’s sovereignty and omnipotence in all situations through the generations. The song was received during Isabella’s study of the book of Daniel chapter 2 when Daniel was praising God for revealing the king’s dream to him, hence why Isabella refers to Omnipotent God as “Daniel’s Song of Worship”

Omnipotent God is the 2nd track off Isabella’s recently released “Indescribable” album produced by Wilson Joel of Doxology Music. The video was directed by Uvi Orogun of Mediamind Universal.

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LYRICS

OMNIPOTENT GOD BY ISABELLA

Verse 1:

Generations come and go

You remain Omnipotent God

Kings and kingdoms rise and fall

You remain the same

Omnipotent God

Chorus:

Omnipotent God

All power belongs to You

Lion of Judah O o o

All sufficient One

All glory belongs to You

King of Zion

Your name is great

Verse 2:

Times and seasons always change

You remain Omnipotent God

Heaven and earth may pass away

You remain the same

Omnipotent God

Bridge:

You are great

So great

Your Kingdom has no end

You are great

So great

You reign forevermore

 

 

 

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International Undergraduate and Post Graduate Scholarships at University of Liverpool in UK, 2018

The University of Liverpool is awarding a range of generous Management School scholarships and study awards. These scholarships are available to help cover the cost of MBA tuition fees for those planning to join in September 2018.

The University of Liverpool is a public university based in the city of Liverpool, England. Founded as a college in 1881, it gained its royal charter in 1903 with the ability to award degrees and is also known to be one of the six original “red brick” civic universities. It comprises three faculties organised into 35 departments and schools.

All applicants must have reached a minimum required standard of English language, and are required to provide evidence of this. Qualifications accepted by the University include GCSE English; GCE O level English; AS Level English; A Level English Language; IELTS; TOEFL; Cambridge Proficiency for Undergraduate and Degree Certificate for Masters Program.

Eligibility for the Scholarship:

Eligible Countries: Citizens of all nationalities are eligible to apply.

Entrance Requirements:

Professional Experience: MBA Candidates are normally expected to have a minimum of 2–3 years of substantive managerial experience in the private or public sector.
Qualifications: Candidates will normally be expected to hold a 2:1 Honours degree (which may be in any discipline) from a UK university, or an equivalent professional qualification from a similar non-UK institution. Non-graduates who possess extensive professional experience are encouraged to apply.
GMAT Score: A GMAT score is not a mandatory requirement; however, University encourage candidates who have undertaken the examination to submit their scores for consideration alongside other criteria during the admissions process.

English Language Requirements: All applicants must have reached a minimum required standard of English language, and are required to provide evidence of this. Qualifications accepted by the University include GCSE English; GCE O level English; AS Level English; A Level English Language; IELTS; TOEFL; Cambridge Proficiency etc.

Application Deadline: Early programme applications are advised as awards will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing MBA programme.
Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded in the field of business administration.
Scholarship Award:
ULMS Liverpool MBA Scholarship: Full Fee
ULMS MBA Study Award: £33,000
ULMS Women in Football Scholarship: Full Fee
Number of Scholarships: Multiple awards are available.
Scholarship can be taken in the UK

Application Procedure:
Applying online for a postgraduate degree is a fast and easy way to provide all the information admissions staff need in order to consider your application. In addition to the information required on the application form, you will need to attach copies of the following documents to your application (whether online or offline):

School or college transcripts/certificates
University transcripts
Degree certificates
English language certificates (EU/International applicants only)
Personal statement
Research proposal (for MPhil applicants only)
How to Apply:
Eligible programme applicants will be considered. No separate scholarship application is necessary.

 

New Music: We shall see Jesus_Mr._Bright_Finally drops

The highly anticipated track ”We Shall see Jesus” by Abuja/Kaduna-base Gospel rapper Bright GAMLI who calls Music his biggest passion – finally drops!

 

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LYRICS

We shall see Jesus by Mr Bright and Aemmy

(Chorus by Aemmy)
We shall see Jesus face to face
Our bodies shall be turn into the likeness of His
Glorious body
We shall see Jesus
Face to face
(1st verse by Mr Bright)
Creations making Worthless plans
But Jesus got His name Writing on our forehead
These people tranna do it
Without the Lord
But we see clear bro
Even in the cloud
Like a hunter in the night
Coming for his prey
I see them clearly from the darkness
Coming for my soul
They say B wake up
You can be on top
With what you get
I swear to you
You can be the boss
Christ is lier
You’ve tried it all
How can a baby born in a manger
Can give you life?
Can’t you see how much B
It look so sad?
Bring your soul
Come get the though
Men you can have the world
Yeah! You can have the world
(Bridge by Aemmy)
(Chorus by Aemmy)
We shall see Jesus
Face to face
Our bodies shall be turn into
The likeness of His
Glorious body
We shall see Jesus
Face to face
(2nd verse by Mr Bright)
The word is so effective
I’m a living proof
Rely on it daily
Cause I know I will see Him
Cause since the day
I’ve lost them
Some years ago
I’ve chose to be someone in a positive way
Without my parents
Cause I’m a conqueror
And when the challenges tranna stop
No one was there
Only the Lord
So I’m sorry to you all
To you deceiver
I got a higher price men
Only in Jesus
I pray everyday for you to be reached
My apologies to all the girls
That Really care
But I disappoint
Your boy has found the real life
I pray everyday for you to be reached too
Oh Lord Jesus
You are such a good God
A good father
Instead to put my trust in the spirit
I took my way
Trana be what I’m not
But now I’m falling back
Take control
Jesus make me a better man
(Aemmy)
Our bodies
Shall be turn into
The likeness of His
Glorious body
We shall see Jesus
Face to face
(Chorus by Aemmy)
We shall see Jesus
Face to face
Our bodies shall be turn into
The likeness of His
Glorious body
We shall see Jesus
Face to face
(Outro by Mr Bright)
I know I may fall several times
But the Lord shall raise me up again
And by His grace
I know heaven shall reword me as the greatest preacher of my generation
That is what I aim for
Kekeli and Aemmy
PWH music
Tank you Jesus
AMEN!

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Saudi Arabia agrees with Vatican to build churches

-Top Islamic nation, Saudi Arabia has agreed to build churches for her Christian citizens

– To this end, an agreement was signed by the secretary general of the Muslim World League and president of the Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue

– The Muslim country’s new found openness with the non-Muslim world is said to be as a result of her desire to reduce dependency on oil resources which is its major economic driver Saudi Arabia has reportedly entered into a joint agreement with the Vatican to build churches for Christians living in the officially Muslim nation, Breitbart reports. Reports says the agreement was signed by Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdel Karim Al-Issa, the secretary general of the Muslim World League and Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, president of the Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue in the Vatican.

Breitbart, quoting Egypt Independent newspaper reports that Saudi Arabia’s newfound openness to and socio-cultural cooperation with the non-Muslim world was as a result of her desire to reduce dependency on oil resources which is its major economic driver.

According to the agreement, a coordinating joint committee will be established comprising two representatives for both sides to organize future meetings.

It was also reported that the meeting of the committee will be held once every and will be alternated between Rome and a city chosen by the Islamic World League. Reports also says Saudi Arabia is the only country in the region without a single Christian church.

The country was also said to have embraced Islamic Wahhabism, which bans all forms of non-Muslim religious activities.

Tauran, in an interview with the Vatican News newspaper was quoted to have said that he was pleased by what he described as ‘the beginning of the rapprochement’.

“It is a sign that the Saudi authorities are now ready to give a new image to the country,” he added.

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that the Deeper Life Christian Church had completed its main auditorium located at the church’s headquarters in Gbagada area of Lagos state and it is valued at over N5 billion (about $16 million).

The 30,000 capacity church project which had gone on for about 13 years is said to be the fourth largest completed church auditorium in the world.

The question is, Can Nigeria ever be united again?

 

Download Music: Trust_You_Yusuf

 

 

 

 

Trust You is a song that shows how much we need to Trust and Depend on God’s grace because is sufficient for His children to live a fulfilled life and accomplish our God given talent. It also points out that we can only succeed in life because of the Jesus we have within us cause we are made whole (righteous, wealthy, healthy, etc) in Christ Jesus. Christ is the hope of glory.

 

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Music: Onyemaechi – Lord Louis_a.k.a_Annointed_Producer

Gospel music minister and music producer Lord Loius is out with a brand new single titled OnyemaechiOnyemaechi meaning who knows tomorrow is from is forthcoming album Sweet Sweet Love.

Listen to Sweet Sweet Love

 

This song ”Onyemaechi” (who knows tomorrow) reminds us that no one knows tomorrow except God Almighty. As you listen, receive healing, Hope, and Revolution In Jesus Name. Amen

About Artiste:

Lord Louis is a gospel music minister and also a music producer with the mandate of bringing hope to the world through his music. He is the CEO of Lord Louis productions, And Also an advocate of Love. Lord Louis has produced so many Inspiring and spiritual songs which we sing today in the body of Christ. He decided to drop this song ONYEMAECHI (who knows tomorrow) From one of his Album Sweet Sweet Love.

Connect:

Facebook: Lord Louis

Instagram / Twitter: @mrlordloius

Shocking: No!_I_Cant_Marry_a_Pastor_She_Said


Yesterday was Sunday, I was in church and everyone looked glorious… And the service was just heavenly,
my pastor was delivering the message with so much passion…His words were hitting me right where I sat,
suddenly my stomach did a flip flop… Oh….No!..Not in church… I couldn’t control it.. I immediately
dashed into the toilet and had a wonderful time there… but I could bet I was hearing sobs… Sobs coming
from the back of the toilet. After cleaning up, I followed the sound and guess who I met, Daniella, my
pastor’s beautiful 6 year old daughter crying and Cherish, 9 years trying to calm her down..
I tried to find out what was wrong, even though it took a long time before they voiced out. They were
hungry… Daniella said ” Aunty when I grow up, I will never marry a pastor, so that I won’t be hungry… My
Daddy is a pastor and we are always hungry, but my friend’s daddy is not pastor and they never go
hungry. Even mummy is hungry, we didn’t eat yesterday.”
I couldn’t tell how tears flowed down my face, and God’s word hit me like an arrow in my heart ” We have
sown spiritual seed among you, is it too much if we reap material gift from you”…1 cor 9:11.
How could I explain to this girl’s that being a pastor was a noble work and that the reason why they were
going hungry was not their father’s fault but the fault of we the members…. We were not following God’s
order… A lot of us eat delicacies and forget the levites who were interceding for us before God… We forget
men who have sleepless nights digging the scriptures to get out secrets to move our life forward… The
HolySpirit technically raised my head up as I saw the array of executive cars owned by the members which
was a big contrast to the rickety car my pastor drives… Now I understand why my pastor’s wife wore
clothes that were not fashionable.
Friend, it’s high time, we started taking the material needs of those who are blessing us spiritually
seriously… Would it be wrong to personally placed your pastor on a monthly allowance… Would it be
wrong to support your pastor in paying his children’s school fees…
Anyone who blesses you or ministers to you spiritually, make it a duty to bless them materially…
Our pastors are hungry….
1 cor 9:11.
God bless you… Bless a minister today…. And see how God will bless your ways… Remember a soldier
who defends a nation and fights for a country does not have to do a side job in other to meet his needs….
The Army provides for him and his family… Let’s provide for our spiritual soldiers…. Have a blessed week.
PLEASE SHARE ON… OUR PASTORS HAVE NEEDS… DON’T BREAK THE CHAIN….They need the change.

#Traimi.com celebrate you.

Frank Edwards Welcomes American Singer Nicole C. Mullen To Rock Town Records

Gospel music sensation Frank Edwards has announced the integration of American Gospel music artiste Nicole C Mullen to RockTown Records.

RockTown Records, owned by Frank Edwards is house to artistes such as Gil Joe, Nkay, Divine Ukaogo and more.

Frank Edwards did not give the details of the terms of the integration but said that fans should expect something soon.

“With Jesus joy!! Signed & sealed by the Holy Ghost… I say welcome to ROCKTOWN Singer, song writer, producer, instrumentalist, great woman of God @nicolecmullenofficial !!”Frank Edwards announced.

Nicole C Mullen

“LETS WIN THE WORLD FOR JESUS!! If only the world know what is about to happen. WAIT FOR THE BOOOOOM !! This is beyond music business fam!! This is the move of GOD !!!😀🙏 #supernatural #rocktownindabuilding. GUY’s pls go follow @nicolecmullenofficial something is about to happen!!!🙏🙏 #Glory2God”

 

Sunmbo Adeoye On Break Up With Tuface To Becoming Wife Of Pastor – Says Her Experience Is Lesson For Ladies

Sunmbo Adeoye,

                                                                          Sunmbo Adeoye at Becoming Conference 2016

 

For Sunmbo Adeoye, wife to Pastor David Adeoye and mother to 2 of Tuface Idibia’s children, the experience is the best teacher but it is always a beautiful thing if one can tell beautiful stories off such experiences.

She was featured in a recent interview with Punch Newspaper. where she shared her story from being with the Nigerian artiste to become the wife of a pastor – a general overseer.

Read excerpt of the interview:

Sunmbo shared on how she met Tuface Idibia…

I met him when I was a student of Yaba College of Technology. I had just lost my dad and my mum was living in America. For someone who was a daddy’s girl, I needed love. This was the only person that was showing me love at that time. I feel I had that experience so that other young girls would not make the same mistake.

Talking about the first pregnancy for the iconic artiste, she said:

I was 24 when I fell pregnant the first time and having to deal with ‘shame’. When I got pregnant the first time, I approached the pastor of the church I was attending then and he brought me out before the church and judged me. I was asked to go and bring the father of my unborn child so we could be joined together. I brought a different person and we got married at the registry.

Being a single mom at the age of 25:

Everything fell apart when I had a child who looked nothing like him and my mom came back from America to ask who gave my hand out in marriage because she was not a part of it. I had to walk out of the marriage which I arranged by myself. I moved back home and by age 25 I was already a single mom and a divorcee. There was so much shame and reproach.

Sunmbo returned to Tuface and lived with him for 3 years after she decided to go with the idiom ‘the devil you know is better than the angel you don’t. It was during the course that the second pregnancy happened, she said:

It was not a bed of roses while I was there because I was trying to put together what was not supposed to be. I think we broke up in 2009 after I had the second baby. There were other women who were also going to have babies for him around that time. I came to my senses like the prodigal son and I was so broken. I think my baby daddy was out of the country that fateful day when I returned from work and I packed all my things plus that of my children, and I went back to my parents’ home.

She talked about how she met her husband:

It is so funny because he had always been my pastor. He is someone I always went to for mentorship, so when he came across as wanting to be my husband, I was a bit scared. Even though I knew I was asking God for a husband, a father, friend, and mentor, I did not know it was my pastor that was going to fit in because nobody was praying for his wife to die. When he made his intentions known, I thought maybe if I stayed away from a church, he would forget about me. I realized that whenever I stayed away from a church, I would lose my peace. I was a committed member of the church as well as the praise team lead. Then, I started praying and fasting. I began to ask God if it was what He wanted for me. I knew my past and I told God I was going to drop my tall, dark and handsome standard for whatever He wanted for me.

Talking about life with her husband, Sunmbo Adeoye said she is a better person:

It is a privilege that comes with a lot of glory and responsibilities. It also comes with a lot of glamour and commitment. It comes with its own challenges and God has equipped us to handle everything. This is not the Sunmbo that got married to Pastor Adeoye three years ago. I am a better person and I am now refined.

Read full interview-click here