#NigeriaDecides: Police warns public to avoid electoral offences #2015

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The Nigeria Police Force warns members of the public, particularly those going to vote to beware of the following electoral offences on Election Day.

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(1) Casting of vote twice or more.

(2) Announcing false election result.

(3) Stopping any other person from voting.

(4) Revealing information on a ballot paper of another person.

(5) Being in possession of another person’s voter card.

(6) Disorderly Behaviour at polling unit.

(7) Canvassing for votes at polling unit.

(8) Shouting Slogan of a political party at polling unit.

(9) Being armed with guns, sticks, stones or any other dangerous weapons at polling unit.

(10) Loitering or walking about in a poling unit.

(11) Using siren at a polling unit.

(12) Snatching or destroying ballot boxes or Card readers.

(13) Holding public meeting during election hours on Election Day.

(14) Wearing or carrying badge or poster of a political party.

(15) Inflicts or threatens to inflict injury on any person or persons at a polling unit. The Nigeria Police Force advises the public to avoid trouble, as any offender will be arrested and prosecuted.








#NigeriaDecides: I urge all Nigerians to take the necessary steps to ensure that violence and hatred play no part in these elections – Kofi Annan

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Statement by Kofi Annan ahead of the Nigerian Presidential Election

26 March 2015

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Nigeria is headed towards historic elections on Saturday. Though many observers express concern due to Nigeria’s history of violent elections, I am enthusiastic about what they represent for Nigeria’s political development. Nigerians have a genuine choice between two parties and two very different candidates.

By publicly reaffirming their commitment to the Abuja Accord, to free, fair and credible elections, and calling on their supporters to refrain from violence, President Jonathan and General Buhari have demonstrated leadership qualities befitting the high office to which they aspire.

By signing this pledge, the two leading candidates have reminded their supporters that they are merely rivals, not enemies. Both aspire to serve their country and the nation will have to stand united both during and after the elections.

I congratulate the National Peace Committee, and particularly its chairman, General Abdulsalam Abubakar, for taking this meritorious initiative.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) too has worked hard to prepare the upcoming elections, the most challenging on the continent due to Nigeria’s size and complexity. But the responsibility for free, fair and peaceful elections does not lie with INEC alone. All stakeholders have a role to play in ensuring that the elections come off in the best conditions. Read more

VIDEO + TEXT: Muhammadu Buhari’s statement on 2015 General Elections #NigeriaDecides

Muhammadu Buhari APC

Dear friends, as the presidential campaign draws to a close, let us talk – Nigerian to Nigerian.

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My interactions with Nigerians from all over the country over the last few months have left me with an overwhelming sense of the expectations the citizens of Nigeria hold for the future.

There was a little girl who donated her savings because she believes in our campaign.

The young men and women at our campaign rallies who run after our motorcade, screaming ‘Change’.

The fisherman in Bayelsa who lost his livelihood because of the polluted Ogboinbiri River.

The welder from Ibadan who struggles under the weight of poor power supply.

This campaign has been about them, and millions of others who have been let down by their government. From Enugu to Edo, Cross Rivers to Kano, Ondo to Benue, and everywhere in between, Nigerians are tired of the status quo. Without exception, they want a more secure living environment, better economic opportunities, and a more accountable government, they want a country they can be proud of. Read more

VIDEO + TEXT: President Jonathan’s National Broadcast on 2015 General Elections #NigeriaDecides


Dear Compatriots,

President Goodluck Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan

1. As we prepare to go to the polls tomorrow, I have come before you this morning to express my immense appreciation for the opportunity you gave me to lead this great nation of ours in the past four years.
2. I also wish to place on record, once again, my sincere gratitude for the support you have given my administration without which the significant progress we have made in recent years would not have been possible.
3. In spite of the many challenges we have had to contend with since 1999, our present democratic dispensation continues to endure and grow stronger in keeping with the yearnings and aspirations of our people.
4. We have all worked very hard to nurture and strengthen our democratic institutions and promote the good governance practices which they were designed to deliver for the better well-being of our people.
5. I believe I can say without fear of contradiction that we all clearly cherish the democracy we now have and will never willingly give it up for any other form of governance.

6. This much-cherished democracy of ours is about to be put to the test once again.
7. I urge you all to troop out en-masse to peacefully perform your civic duty of voting for leaders of your choice tomorrow. Read more

VIDEO + TEXT: President Obama Message to the Nigerian People # NigeriaDecides

barack-obama.jpgPresident Obama released a message to the Nigerian people to highlight the opportunity that the upcoming elections present for all Nigerians to stand together in rejecting violence and extremism and instead show their support for a more peaceful, secure, and prosperous future.

President Obama’s Message to the Nigerian People
(March 23, 2015)



Hello. Today, I want to speak directly to you—the people of Nigeria.

Nigeria is a great nation and you can be proud of the progress you’ve made. Together, you won your independence, emerged from military rule, and strengthened democratic institutions. You’ve strived to overcome division and to turn Nigeria’s diversity into a source of strength. You’ve worked hard to improve the lives of your families and to build the largest economy in Africa.

Now you have a historic opportunity to help write the next chapter of Nigeria’s progress—by voting in the upcoming elections. For elections to be credible, they must be free, fair and peaceful. All Nigerians must be able to cast their votes without intimidation or fear.

So I call on all leaders and candidates to make it clear to their supporters that violence has no place in democratic elections—and that they will not incite, support or engage in any kind of violence—before, during, or after the votes are counted. I call on all Nigerians to peacefully express your views and to reject the voices of those who call for violence. And when elections are free and fair, it is the responsibility of all citizens to help keep the peace, no matter who wins.

Successful elections and democratic progress will help Nigeria meet the urgent challenges you face today. Boko Haram—a brutal terrorist group that kills innocent men, women and children—must be stopped. Hundreds of kidnapped children deserve to be returned to their families. Nigerians who have been forced to flee deserve to return to their homes. Boko Haram wants to destroy Nigeria and all that you have worked to build. By casting your ballot, you can help secure your nation’s progress.

I’m told that there is a saying in your country: “to keep Nigeria one is a task that must be done.” Today, I urge all Nigerians—from all religions, all ethnic groups, and all regions—to come together and keep Nigeria one. And in this task of advancing the security, prosperity, and human rights of all Nigerians, you will continue to have a friend and partner in the United States of America.



VIDEO: Election Accreditation And Voting Procedure #NigeriaDecides2015

INEC Contact Centre can be accessed through telephone lines, Facebook, Twitter and INEC website.



0700 2255 4632

Website address: www.inecnigeria.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/inecnigeria

Twitter handle: @inecnigeria


#NigeriaDecides: Let us vote for CHANGE with our permanent voter’s cards and ballot papers – Fashola

Governor Fashola


Dear Lagosians,

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, SAN during re-registration for the Permanent Voters Cards (PVC)It is with a lot of pleasure that I address you today as we set our eyes on Saturday’s elections.

I think the elections will be historic and the whole world is watching and waiting, as we conduct the first of five elections that will be held in West Africa this year.

I think the elections will be historic because we will set an example for the whole of Africa and show that we can decide our affairs.

I know, however, that there can be no history without history makers.

You, the voters, the dynamic people of the Centre of Excellence, will be the history makers.

Ask yourself what you will be saying to your unborn children and grandchildren when they ask you in future where you were on the day when the Great Election that changed Nigeria, took place. Read more

IN CHRIST ALONE by Pastor E. A. Adeboye


PASTOR E. A. ADEBOYELet’s lift up our hands to the Most High God and begin to worship Him. Let’s praise the King of kings, let’s bless the Lord of lords, let’s magnify His holy name, let’s praise Him. Give Him glory, give Him honour give Him adoration.


He’s worthy to be praised, there is no one like Him, bless His holy name, thank You Ancient of Days, glory be to Your name God…In Jesus mighty name we worship.

I want you to lift your voice to Him and say Father, You know all things, You know You are all I have, please attend to me tonight; let’s talk to the Almighty… in Jesus mighty name we have prayed.

We give You all the glory

We give You honour

We give You all the glory

We give You honour. Amen


We give You adoration

We give You praises

We give You adoration

We give You praises. Amen Read more

RCCG April 2015 Special Holy Ghost Service. Theme: Touch me Oh Lord »Friday, 3rd

RCCG April 2015 Special Holy Ghost Service

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THEME: Touch me Oh Lord.

DATE: Friday, 3rd April, 2015.

VENUE: REDEMPTION CAMP: KM 46, Lagos Ibadan Expressway, Mowe, Ogun State Nigeria.

TIME: 7PM (Nigerian Time)

MINISTERING: Pastor E. A. Adeboye & other anointed ministers.


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RCCG NEW GLORY’s QUARTERLY Empowerment Programme: Saturday March 21, 2015

RCCG NEW GLORY Presents a QUARTERLY Empowerment Programme



Topic: Understanding God’s Design for Success & Prosperity

Date: Saturday March 21, 2015

Time: 11am Prompt

Speaker: Pastor Tayo Ajiboye (APIC, RCCG LP 28)

Music By: Fountain Minstrels

Targeted Audience: Entrepreneurs, Corp Members, Undergraduates, Fresh Graduates and Ministry Workers

Host: Ayodeji Agbelusi (BHF)

Venue: 3 Elegbeleye Street, Beside Elegbeleye Hospital, Ikosi Ketu Lagos.


Get ready and have great desire that will empower you to acquire the needed information that will grant you good success and breakthroughs in destiny.

Come with your friends and colleagues.

Registration is free.
NOTE: The first 10 participants to register at the venue will receive our special gift pack.

Kindly fill the form below to register:


For enquiries please call 08022886165 or send mails to pastor@rccgnewgloryassembly.com


Kings n Queens Kiddies Klub Easter camp out 2015 » Friday 3rd – Monday 6th April

Kings n Queens Kiddies Klub an affiliate of Omhswealth Multiservices Ventures presents year 2015 Easter Camp Out tagged “Peer Mentoring – Issues & Challenges“, which is a 3-day annual camping event for children from age 8 and above.


Lined up activities:

*Career Guidance & Counseling

*Motivational Talks/Shows

*Strategic Mind Development programmes

*Sporting Activities


*Exciting Games

*Talent Hunts etc.


Date: Friday 3rd – Monday 6th April 2015.

Venue: African Church College of Education (Adewale Adegun Street, Karaole Estate, Ifako, Lagos Nigeria).

Camp Fee: N5, 000 per child


(Camp opens 4pm on Friday 4th and closes 4pm on Monday 6th).


For further information/enquiries, please call:

Nishola – 08023373868,

Dapo- 08166028475


A life experience worth having……



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Prayer points from RCCG March 2015 Special Holy Ghost Service (DAY 2)


1. Praise Him that you’re even alive
2. Father! The Great Physician I hand over my body to You, please uproot every disease and sickness in my body
3. Father! Great Deliverer, please drive all enemies far from me
4. Father! Great Provider, don’t let me ever know lack again
5. Father! I need You every hour, please never leave me alone
6. Father! King of kings, let me be married to You forever
7. Father! Make me a vessel unto honour in Your hands forever
8. Your Personal prayer requests