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2023: Chris Oyakhilome suspends nephew for endorsing Tinubu



Senior Pastor of Christ Embassy, Chris Oyakhilome has stripped his nephew, Daysman Oyakhilome Woghiren from all official roles in the church for “act of gross misconduct.”

Oyakhilome made the announcement in a video, during a communion service of the church on Sunday, August 7th.

The suspension is coming following Daysman Oyakhilome’s affiliation with the presidential candidate of All Progressive Congress (APC), Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Daysman was recently appointed as the global youth ambassador for the Bola Ahmed Tinubu support organization.

The appointment was met with disapproval and criticism from several Christian leaders and youth community.

Poster for Tinubu

Poster shows Daysman Oyakhilome Woghiren’s affiliation to Tinubu Support group

Reacting to this, Pastor Oyakhilome said “The president of Loveworld next and Loveworld innovation, Daysman Oyakhilome Woghiren, is hereby removed from being president of Loveworld Next and Loveworld innovation and suspended from all official roles for act of gross misconduct.

“So, he no longer handles any of that and I am placing him under spiritual rehabilitation. He has to go through spiritual rehabilitation programme from now with immediate effect”, the clergy stated.

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Knocks for Pastor Adeboye’s son over claim of making first million from selling wristbands, rubbers



Leke, Pastor Enoch Adeboye's son
Nigerians on Twitter have dismissed a story narrated by Leke, the son of the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Enoch Adejare Adeboye, of how he made his first million by selling wristbands and rubbers.

Leke also a Pastor, had disclosed in an interview on School of Wealth (SOW) that he made his first one million selling rubber.

He said that selling promotional gift items like rubber wristbands to a big Christian event with a small profit of N50 or N100 get to add up.

Leke said, “Promotional gift items for those that are doing branding wristbands are just rubber. But if I sell enough of those rubbers with a very tiny margin profit of ₦50 or ₦100 at a big Christian event, it adds up.”

Reacting, a tweep, Xperience_Snr said, “I don’t think is that hard to make a million naira from selling a “Wristband” among an African Church Congregation that’s over 5 million People. Especially when you tell them is for their Protection and Prosperity. An African Church biggest selling points.”

Dimeji Joseph said, “No doubt, especially when you have the monopoly of production and that huge number of patronage.”

Meanwhile, AimThaMachine_said, “If my father was Pastor EA Adeboye, I will sell rubber wristband, wristwatch, handkerchief, t-shirts, packed shirts, trousers, vest, briefs and boxers, braziers and everything I can think of by inscribing RCCG logo on it and I’ll become a Billionaire.

Samwellsg said, “They go around in armoured vehicles, wristband protection is for the members.”

Shozy said, ” I’ll believe him if it’s redeem church wrist band. They’ll buy more from him, with believe it will have special blessings, he’s the G.O son and a pastor. If he said he make 50 million off it I’ll still believe him.

One DuruChibuzorE said that, “10 million RCCG members multiplied by 200 naira wrist band. He can easily make his first million. That’s not a grass to grace story. It’s you taking advantage of naive worshippers”


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Pope Francis decries ‘icy winds of war’ at Easter Vigil



Pope Francis

On Holy Saturday, Pope Francis celebrated the festive Easter Vigil commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ in St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.

Around 8,000 spectators attended the celebration, according to Italy’s ANSA news agency.

In his homily, the pope condemned the “rampant injustice” and the “icy winds of war” that he said prevailed in the world.

However, he said, Easter encourages people and gives them hope.

“It motivates us to move forward, to leave behind the sense of defeat, and to look to the future with confidence because Christ is risen and has changed the course of history,” said Francis.

On the Holy Night before Easter Sunday, Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus after his death on the cross.

The ceremony sees an Easter candle be brought into St. Peter’s Basilica in complete darkness, to symbolise life without faith.

The candles of the priests and faithful are then lit to the “Lumen Christi” (Light of Christ) chant. Once bells sound, announcing that Jesus has risen, the basilica fills with light.

The pontiff, who was in hospital due to bronchitis last week and suffers from a knee condition, approached the altar in a wheelchair and remained seated throughout the Mass.

Francis baptised eight adults during the Mass, three Albanians, two people from the United States and one from Nigeria, Venezuela, and Italy.

On Sunday morning, Pope Francis is expected to celebrate the Easter Sunday Mass in St. Peter’s Square.

Tens of thousands are once again expected to attend.

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Priests have no business with accumulation of wealth – Bishop Ezeokafor



Bishop of Awka Diocese, His Lordship Most Rev. Paulinus Ezeokafor

…Urges clerics to concentrate on their priestly duty

The Catholic Bishop of Awka Diocese, His Lordship Most Rev. Paulinus Ezeokafor, says that Catholic Priests have no business with accumulation of wealth, wondering why someone who has no child and family should engage in unbridled quest for materialism, emphasizing that their duty is to propagate the gospel and win souls for God.

Bishop Ezeokafor while admonishing Priests exhorted Catholic Faithful to always support their priests spiritually, physically and materially, saying that as followers of Christ, they should understand that priests are Christ’s representatives on earth and deserved to be encouraged and protected.

Bishop Ezeokafor who gave the charge while delivering a homily to mark this year’s Chrism Mass at St. Patrick’s Catholic Cathedral, Awka in Awka South Local Government Area of Anambra State, urged the priests to continue in their onerous task of winning souls for Christ.

The Local Ordinary enjoined the priests to endeavour to practice what they preached, noting that their primary assignment was to propagate the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Speaking on the State of the Nation, the Charismatic and influential Prelate said that the situation in the country was terrible and urged all to persevere, even as he appreciated the Catholic faithful for coming to pay homage to him despite the sufferings in the country.

‘Is it the Cashless economy? the untold hardship caused by it? It is really a bad experience. Many businesses collapsed. Movements was halted. No physical cash to move around. People lamented and cried. Nevertheless, we must continue the struggle of faith, the nation and what have you. It is important we continue the struggle. I thank you all for your steadfastness,’ Bishop Ezeokafor said.

He stated that no priest should engage in partisan politics, even as he said that Muslim had an agenda with Muslim/Muslim ticket.

On Cathedraticum, Bishop Ezeokafor described it as annual celebration that should be celebrated by all Catholic faithful in the Diocese and beyond, explaining it was a time set aside for parishioners to pay homage to their Diocesan bishop.

Bishop Ezeokafor who described the Holy Thursday observation as a spiritual reawakening moment for all and sundry, urged Christians to imbibe the spirit of prayerfulness and be steadfast in pursuit of heavenly goals.

On Confession, Bishop Ezeokafor urged Christians to endeavour to confess their sins to the priests, saying that Priests were under oath to keep the confessor’s sins and should not in any way reveal what transpired.

Paying of homage to the Diocesan bishop by Catholic Faithful from Awka Region, renewal of Priestly vows formed the highpoints of the event.

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