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Governor Ben Ayade of CRS, Is He An Anti-Christ?

Governor Ben Ayade, CRS
Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River State

This is a wakeup call to all Christians in Nigeria, especially, those in Cross River State to arise and fight any administration that want to rubbish our long established faith. The Christian fight is to uphold the constitutionally entrenched fundamental human rights of association and right to worship. The umbrella organisations of Christians in Nigeria such as Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) must bark and bite at the same time. Today, the lacklustre attitude of the Church in the United States and Britain is responsible for the decline and subjection to ridicule of the Christian faith in these countries. One of the disconnect to the faith is that of prayers and that is what the countries mentioned have used to cripple schools; by banning morning or afternoon Christian prayers in public schools and colleges. The bible describes these actions as the works of the anti-Christ.

Governor, Ben Ayade, the 35 years old professor, who has been saddled with the governorship of Cross River State in South South Nigeria, has began the process of towing the path of the Anti-Christ by directing both public and private schools in this predominately Christian State not to have morning and afternoon prayer assembly. Continue reading Governor Ben Ayade of CRS, Is He An Anti-Christ?

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TB JOSHUA And Nigeria’s 2015 Election

Inec Chairman
Professor Jega, Chairman of Nigeria’s Electoral Commission (INEC)

What has happened in the shifting of the February 14th Presidential election to March 2015, is a further confirmation that God reveals to his prophets and messengers the truth of what is to come. If only our leaders will stop relying on their understanding and insight and seek the face of God through his chosen vessels, many societal ills would have been averted. The announcement of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Chairman, Professor Jega, of moving the elections ahead by six weeks due to the non-availability of key Military heads in providing the needed security to ensure safety of voters throughout Nigeria. The decision which was taken after wide consultation with the stakeholders is believed will help the electoral body achieve a ninety percent distribution of the permanent voters card (PVC); a vital component of the voting process. Continue reading TB JOSHUA And Nigeria’s 2015 Election