Armed Forces Day : PMB Ushers In Salvation At Last

By Philip Agbese Jesus Christ acquiesced to his challengers because he was on a divine mission. So, it was needless disrupting the course of its divine fulfilment. Nigeria’s leadership by President Muhammadu Buhari aligns with the same tenor. Like Christ, the President is on a messianic, redemptive and regenerative mission in Nigeria. He came with an unalloyed mind and spirit. Therefore, he silently accepts senseless tantrums hurled at him; he accepts the hurtful banters with admirable mien; the criticisms, spleens, the meaningless blabs and painful persecutions from his adversaries and…

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US Election: Eric Reverence Sues For Peace

In light of last week’s political chaos in the United States following the result of the 2020 Presidential Election, a United Kingdom (UK) Christian Music minister and songwriter, Eric Reverence has urged the people of the United States to turn to God in prayers for peace. On Wednesday last week, television cameras in the U.S showed footages of president Trump’s supporters apparently storming the capitol to protest the announcement of the Democratic candidate and former vice president, Joe Biden as the president-elect over claims of electoral fraud against the Republican…

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Capitol Hill has exposed Amnesty International, Falana, others hypocrisy against Nigerian Military – Group

The invasion of the United States’ Capitol by pro-Trump protesters has exposed the hypocrisy of Amnesty International, Femi Falana and others in the forefront of the EndSARS movement against the Nigerian military.   This was the submission of the March4Nigeria Movement in reaction to the violent attack of December 6 at the U.S Congress aimed to overturn the presidential election. In a statement signed by its National Coordinator, Richard Augustine Adie, on Thursday, the group wondered why AI, Falana, Omoyele Sowore, Aisha Yesufu and others have suddenly gone mute after troops were…

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Religious Freedom: Centre ranks Nigeria under Buhari as most tolerant nation in the world

No country in the world enjoys religious tolerance, freedom of speech and political association as much as Nigeria under President Muhammadu Buhari, the Centre for Social Justice, Equity and Transparency (CESJET) has said.  The centre, in a strategic report on the state of the nation, on Thursday, ranked Nigeria as the most tolerant amongst other nations across the world.  In the report signed by its Executive Secretary, Isaac Ikpa, the CESJET revealed that the level of religious tolerance in the country is unprecedented and an indication of the numerous efforts of the Buhari…

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