Champions Television: Raising champions out of nobody

By Iwelunmor Patrick Champions Television has continued to win souls for the Kingdom of God with its Spirit-filled programmes that propagate the Word of God and His glory in very impactful ways. The mission behind the establishment of the Television network is to raise champions out of the nobodies of this world. It is watched all over the world and has become one of the most sought after Christian Television stations in the world, boasting a whooping 50 million fan base aside from its great online presence since its inception…

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Ekiti Guber: PDP accuses INEC Commissioner, two directors of plotting to rig poll for APC

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has raised the alarm over alleged plots by the National Commissioner in charge of Operations, Mrs. Amina Zakari and two directors of the commission to manipulate the system and rig the July 14, Ekiti governorship election in favour of the All Progressives Congress (APC). The party said its investigation reveals that two INEC directors: Mr. Pascal Uwakwe, in charge of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and one Mr. Abdulrasaq Agboola have been holding meetings with the APC candidate, Dr. Kayode Fayemi and Ondo state Governor…

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Air Peace: Apostle Suleiman dismisses prophecy of impending accident as fake

Air Peace and Omega Fire Ministries have dismissed a recorded voice message trending on Whatsapp and other social media channels warning members of the public of unpleasant consequences if they patronised some transport companies, including the carrier, on certain days. A statement issued by Air Peace Corporate Communications Manager, Mr. Chris Iwarah said the voice message was the handiwork of fraudsters disguising as the renowned leader of Omega Fire Ministries to spread fear and demarket the airline. He confirmed that the airline contacted the church allegedly behind the recorded voice…

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Contempt: Nig. Railway Corp. M.D jailed 3 months

A Federal High Court, Lagos, today,  ordered that the Managing Director of Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC), Mr. Fidet Okhiria, be remanded in prison custody for three months over the contempt of court.  The court presided over by Justice Cecilia Mojisola Olatoregun, ordered Okhiria to be remanded following his perpetual and continual refusal to appear before court despite several summons. In remanding the NRC boss in prison, Justice Olatoregun said: “I have looked at the various affidavit placed before the court and have examined the papers filed from both sides. The…

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