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Madam minister of finance where is your budget implementation report to date?

*Post mortem of 2016 budget We must congratulate the Minister of Budget añd National Planning Udo Udoma, for “managing” to get the 2017 budget to the National Assembly against all odds when he did. The Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF), only arrived the National Assembly 24hours before the President presented …

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Yusuf Ololade Faidat of Unilorin, beauty queens of Nnewi

A case of beautiful brain, beautiful faces  “When we were growing up they used to tell us that education is the key to success, now we have that key only to find out that the Nigerian government has changed the padlock” – Anonymous Just when we thought 2017 was going …

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SUNDAY SERMON: How to have uncommon results

Bishop (Dr) Charles Olowojoba, Dayspring Bible Church...God

1Samuel 3:1 (NLT), “Meanwhile, the boy Samuel was serving the LORD by assisting Eli. Now in those days messages from the LORD were very rare, and visions were quite uncommon.” 1Samuel 3:4, “That the LORD called Samuel.” But Samuel heard from the Lord. What God did not do for everyone, …

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SUNDAY SERMON: Supernatural conception of Jesus

Bishop (Dr) Charles Olowojoba, Dayspring Bible Church...God

*Ultimate sign of the messiah The supernatural conception of Jesus puts an end to any doubt as to whether or not he is the One the prophets spoke about in the Old Testament. The scriptures speak for themselves. Deuteronomy 18:15, “The LORD thy God will raise up unto thee a …

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SUNDAY SERMON: God wants to give you more

Bishop (Dr) Charles Olowojoba, Dayspring Bible Church...God

1Samuel 1:9-19, 24-27, 2:21 John 10:10, “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” When you talk of life you are talking of everything. God wants you to …

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SUNDAY SERMON: You too can make it

Joseph lost his mother at a tender age. He was hated by his brothers who plotted to kill him and sold him into slavery. He made it. Ruth was a widow with no future; she made it as a result of her choice to follow her mother-in-law Naomi and her …

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Prof. Na’Allah: Enigma with a giant’s stride swelling Malete

I flew to Ilorin on board one of the local carriers in the country. As soon as I boarded I instantly felt stupid for having been nervous through out the almost three-quarter of an hour trip. Just finished reading details of the flight that consumed some young Latin American football …

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Nigeria football in state of lawlessness

*Where is the Galadima Report? *What manner of Senate public hearing did we get last week? Nigeria is on the brink of entering the Guinness Book of World records as the most tumultuous and controversial football nation on earth. The contentious past two years is like no other, since inception …

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