Ughelli Day Of Prayer: Gbakara Charges Residents To Reconnect With God

By politicsgovernance.com The Archbishop of Gods Will Mission,  Solomon Gbakara has charged the people of Ughelli Kingdom to faithfully reconnect with God to see his glory in the land. Archbishop Gbakara who was the Guest Speaker at the program made this charge during the 9th Ughelli Day of Prayers Tagged: God is Able organized by the Ovie of Ughelli Kingdom, HRM Dr. Wilson Ojakovo, Oharisi III, and the Christian bodies in Ughelli. According the guest speaker who took his Bible reading from the books of Mark 5:1-10 and Genesis 49:19…

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We’ll Stand With Gbagi To Be Delta’s Governor – CAN Bloc, Christian Forum

By Amatutu Emmanuel,   CHAIRMAN of the Organization of African Instituted Churches, OAIC bloc of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Archbishop Jonathan Arhawarien and chairman of the Christian Political Forum, CPF, Archbishop Solomon Gbakara, yesterday said both groups will stand with the gubernatorial aspirations of Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi come 2023.   The archbishops in company of over 120 delegates of the forum, made their position known at the country home of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP governorship aspirant in Oginibu, Ughelli South local government area of Delta State.   Speaking on…

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Special Birthday Publication, Celebrating Bashorun Askia Ogieh: The Grassroots Generalissimo

  Bashorun Askia Ogieh is a man of many parts whose political profile and antecedents in every respect leave no discerning mind in doubt where he derives his powers from. For many, he is a consummate politician whose stratagem cuts across the politics of all ages. He is a man who is not given to a particular lifestyle, his leadership style and approach to issues and policies are as dynamic as they come. The Udu of Isoko nation, a man who is in tune with the traditions of his people…

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Anglican Synod: Odutemu Calls For overhauling Of Nigerian Security System

  BY JOE FAVOUR UGHELLI-The Archbishop of Bendel Province of the Church of Nigerian Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Dr. Cyril Odutemu has called for an urgent restructuring of the Nigerian security organogram to address the incessant killings and displacement of innocent Nigerians by rampaging Fulani herdsmen and bandits. He submitted that a comprehensive diary of the state of origin of all members of the armed forces and the police of the Nation be compiled, adding that such officer and personnel of the Police and Military be deployed to their state…

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Anglican Synod: Oborevwori Urges The  Church To Pray For State Leadership, People

  The Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori has called on the Church to continue to pray for the leadership of the State and the people of the State to always reflect on the admonitions of God in their actions. In his remarks at the All Saints Cathedral, Ughelli, Delta State, on Sunday, August 2, 2020  at the Synod of Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) Bendel Province, Diocese of Ughelli, with the theme: “Follow Me: The Benefits and Implications of Christians Following Jesus Christ,’…

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Eid-El-Kabir: Oborevwori Felicitates With Muslims

By Kobiruo Joseph, The Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori has felicitated with Muslims as they celebrate this year’s Eid-El-Kabir. In a Press Statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Dennis Otu, the Speaker urged Muslim faithful to imbibe the spirit of godliness, charity, perseverance and spiritual intercession for Delta State in particular and Nigeria in general as they celebrate Eid El- Kabir. While wishing Muslim brothers and sisters happy celebration, the Speaker appealed to them not to relent in their prayers for total…

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Murder of Late Nurse Maria Amadi: UGONSA Urges Governor Ugwuanyi To Release Incarcerated Members

  Nurses under the aegis of University Graduates of Nursing Science Association (UGONSA) have raised alarm to the continued incarceration of their members over the alleged murder of former Head of Nursing Services, Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital (FNHE), Enugu, Dr. Mrs. Maria Amadi. UGONSA noted with dismay that despite glaring evidence that showed that they had no hand in the death of the woman, especially as the armed robbers who robbed and shot the deceased in the course of robbery have not only confessed to the crime but also recreated how…

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Waive Gives One Year Stewardship Account As MHR

Member Representing Ughelli North, South and Udu Federal constituency at the House of Representatives, Rev Francis Ejiroghene Waive has given his stewardship account after being sworn in a year ago. In his account, the clergyman cum politician applauds the good people of his constituency and the Deputy Senate President, H. E Ovie Omo-Agege has for the role played during the election that brought him this far. According to Waive, the road has been tough and rough as court cases after his election and swearing in has been on and on.…

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Eid-el-Fitr: DESOPADEC Boss, Askia Urges Muslims To Imbibe The Spirit Of Tolerance And Submission

    Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (DESOPADEC), Bashorun Askia Ogieh has described this year’s Eid el Fitr celebrations as sobering with great lessons learnt following stringent restrictions that were emplaced during the fasting period, in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Bashorun Askia in a Sallah message released in Warri, Sunday, said despite the heavy burden placed on Muslims during the period, “the fasting was successful and the spirits of all Muslim faithful were lifted high. And it is without doubt that…

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Asia’s mosques deserted as coronavirus keeps Ramadan faithful away

It is a Ramadan like never before for Muslims across Asia as mosques that would normally be packed for prayers are deserted and in some places locked up as governments enforced measures to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus. At Indonesia’s main Istiqlal mosque, the biggest in Southeast Asia, the call to evening Maghib prayers and a message asking people to pray at home echo in the empty hall – a stark contrast to last year when thousands thronged in to pray. Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim country,…

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