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RCCG 63rd Annual Convention 2015

You are invited to the RCCG 63rd Annual Convention.


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Theme: The All Sufficient God.


Date: Monday, 3rd August to Sunday, 9th August 2015.


Morning Session – 8.00am
Afternoon – 12.00noon
Evening Session – 6.00pm (Nigerian time)


Redemption Camp, Km 46 Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Ogun State, Nigeria.


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Pastor E. A. Adeboye & Other Anointed Ministers of God



Winners Emerge in Ariel’s Selfie Perfect Match Competition

Grand Prize Winner, Louisa Ejenavbo

Winners have emerged from the Ariel’s Selfie perfect match competition. Following the launch of Ariel Automatic specifically designed for washing machines on May 10th 2015, stylish customers were rewarded through the hashtag #ArielPerfectMatch throughout the month of May.

Grand Prize Winner, Louisa Ejenavbo

Grand Prize Winner, Louisa Ejenavbo

The most stylish and liked selfies were selected from the Ariel selfie homepage http://arielselfie.ng/ariel/home/ every week to win various gifts such as LG Automatic washing machine, Vlisco fabric, Ariel hamper, Gift vouchers and the grand prize of an outfit from Tiffany Amber. Read more

VIDEO: President @MBuhari On NTA’s Good Morning Nigeria

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Monday, 27 July, 2015


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3 hours praise

RCCG 63rd Annual Convention » PROGRAMME (3rd to 9th August 2015)

RCCG 63rd Annual Convention 2015

RCCG 63rd Annual Convention. Theme: The All Sufficient God » 3rd to 9th August 2015 > PROGRAMME

RCCG 63rd Annual Convention programme 2015


8.30-10.00AM    Ordination of Deacons & Deaconesses

8.30PM  1. House Fellowship Leaders & Workers meet

  1. Council Meet



8.30-10.00AM    Ordination of Asst. Pastors

2.30-4.00PM       Children of God meet

4.30 -6.30PM      Special seminars 1-6

8.30PM Welcome Service (Plenary Session 1) Read more

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We will trace, recover stolen oil money and prosecute culprits – President Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari

President Muhammadu  Buhari Tuesday in the United States vowed that his administration would trace the accounts of individuals who stashed away ill-gotten oil money, freeze and recover the loot and prosecute the culprits.

Reacting to questions from members of Nigerians In Diaspora Organisation (NIDO) in the United States and Canada at the Nigerian Embassy in Washington DC on the third day of his visit, the President lamented that “Corruption in Nigeria has virtually developed into a culture where honest people are abused.”

According to him, “250,000 barrels per day of Nigerian crude are being stolen and people sell and put the money into individual accounts,” adding that the United States and other developed countries “are helping us to trace such accounts now. We will ask that such accounts be frozen and prosecute the persons. The amount involved is mind-boggling. Some former ministers were selling about one million barrels per day. I assure you that we will trace and repatriate such money and use the documents to prosecute them. A lot of damage has been done to the integrity of Nigeria with individuals and institutions already compromised.”

Citing the example of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), President Buhari said unlike what obtained during his tenure as Federal Commissioner for Petroleum under military regime when the NNPC had only two traceable accounts before paying oil proceeds into the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), “now everybody is doing anyhow.”

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RCCG 63rd Annual Convention » Hymns and Special Hymn (The All Sufficient God)

RCCG 63rd Annual Convention 2015

RCCG 2015 Special Convention Hymn (The All-Sufficient God)

1. There is a God, All-sufficient

To clense from sins,

With His own blood

He can make you whiter than snow

Worthy of my Halleluyah



Halleluyah, All-Sufficient

Halleluyah, to You my Lord

There is no god like You my Lord

Worhy of my Halleluyah.


2. There is a God. All-Sufficient

To heal sickness with His own stripes

He can make you totally whole

Worthy of my Halleluyah


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Hepatitis: TEST . CHECK . TREAT by Pharm Bolade Soremekun #PreventHepatitis #4000voices


Hepatitis day logoJuly 28 2015 has been recognized as Hepatitis day worldwide. Hepatitis is a disease that includes any type of inflammation of the liver, the result of a complex process that occurs when the liver suffers an injury. Hepatitis can be divided into: Viral Hepatitis, Non – Infectious Hepatitis. In this article we are focusing on Viral Hepatitis which is very common in Nigeria and Africa.


What is Viral Hepatitis? Hepatitis is a virus which infects the liver. It is present in both the blood and body fluids of infected people. Five types of viruses are commonly responsible for the different types of Hepatitis. These are Hepatitis A, B, C, D and E. We shall be discussing Hepatitis B mainly here as it is the most common.

Hepatitis B Virus (HBV), a major public health problem world­ wide is more prevalent in the developing countries.  More than 2 billion people are infected with HBV world-wide while some 300-350 million are chronic carriers, harboring the virus in their liver.  About 2 million of these carriers die each year as a result of cirrhosis or primary liver cell cancer induced by the virus.  This virus is responsible for 80% of all cases of primary liver cancer, which is one of leading causes of death in Asia and Africa.

About 5 – 10% of infected adults become chronic carriers. Doctors call the inflammation that lasts less than six months acute hepatitis and inflammation that lasts longer than six months chronic hepatitis. When the acute syndrome has not completely resolved or subsided on its own after a 6 month period, the patient is generally considered to have chronic hepatitis.

About a quarter of chronic carriers will die from hepatic complications of chronic infection, some remain lifelong carriers while others will clear the infection after varying intervals. Sub-­Saharan Africa is considered to be a region of high endemicity with an average carrier rate of 10 – 20% in the general population, which is quite high. In west Africa, it has been estimated that 40% of children will be infected by age two years and above 90% by age of ten years if not vaccinated. A chronic carrier rate above 7% in a population is classified as hyper endemic.  This is the case with Nigeria. Read more

VIDEO: President Buhari’s interview with CNN Christiane Amanpour

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VIDEO: IPYG/ ANUNSA LASU Peace Walk 2015 Documentary

On May 25th, 2013 over 27,000 people gathered to create awareness and motivate others to work together for peace. This took place in the form of a peace walk in Seoul, South Korea and was covered by 13 press releases in 10 different countries. Following this event 38 other youth organizations hosted their own IPYG Peace Walk in 23 nations, and continue to do so. The Peace Walk has become an annual IPYG event.


International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) and All Nigeria United Nations Students & Youth Association, Lagos State University (ANUNSA-LASU) marked the 2nd Commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace – PEACE WALK on Saturday, 6th June 2015.


Venue: Ikeja Under Bridge towards LASUTH complex/Sports Centre

Prayer Points from RCCG Festival of Life Manchester 2015.  #EverlastingFather

By Pastor E.A. Adeboye

1.)Praise God for bringing you here tonight

2.)#EverlastingFather please make me whole – body, soul and spirit. Totally and permanently, make me whole

3.#EverlastingFather please terminate poverty in my life once and for all time

4.)Father let every form of fruitless efforts and barrenness end in my life permanently

5.)Father let your everlasting arms keep promoting me forever and ever

6.)Father please help me to fulfill my destiny

7.)Personal Requests

LIVE VIDEO: RCCG Festival of Life Manchester 2015. Theme: Everlasting Father » 17th July (7PM)

LIVE VIDEO: RCCG Festival of Life Manchester 2015. Theme: Everlasting Father » 17th July (7PM)

Festival of Life is an event that aims to bring together people from across the country with the hope of bringing about a change in our churches and communities through prayer, the Word and encouragement. Year on year the programmes which take place in London, North of England and Wales, draws in the region of 50000 people who eagerly come with a desire to hear from the Lord. Festival of Life is a lively event with drama, dance, music and words of wisdom…..It’s not to be missed.

FOL Manchester 2015


The next Festival of Life event, which will take place in Manchester, promises to be a night of inspirational worship, prayer and the Word.



DATE: 17th July 2015.

VENUE: EventCity The Trafford Centre, Off Barton Dock Road, Trafford Park, Manchester. M41 7TB.

TIME: Doors open at 6pm and Programme starts at 7pm


FOL 2015 The Everasting Father



Praise God!

DSC_6574I am a year older today, 17th July 2015. I Thank You Lord for Your grace upon my live.

Happy birthday to Me! I wish myself many more years of joy, love, laughter, good health and prosperity


It has been God grace to be alive today and I cherish every moment. I praise Your Holy name Father.

Thanks to my father and mother (blessed memory), my brother and sisters, my wife and children, friends and well-wishers for your support and prayers. I appreciate you all.

To all the readers of this blog, I thank you all for the words of encouragement and prayers.


Pakoto, Muslim High School win GTBank‘s Ogun Principals Cup

GTBank Ogun Principals Cup 2015 (1)

On Wednesday 15th July 2015 at the MKO Abiola Stadium, Kuto, Abeokuta. The rock city witnessed excellent field of play at the season three finals of Guaranty Trust Bank’s Ogun Principals Cup. Winners of the female and male category respectively; Muslim high school Isolu, and Pakoto High school, Ayede Ifo clinched the 3rd edition of the prestigious GTBank–Ogun State Principals Cup competition held.

GTBank Ogun Principals Cup 2015 (1)

This season’s competition, tagged “Smash All Barriers” featured over 344 teams from the 4 qualifying zones – Egba, Ijebu, Remo and Yewa – in Ogun State, thereby attracting a more robust participation than the previous editions, with wider audience and followership.


The Female teams kicked off the finals as United Comprehensive High School, Wasimi Abeokuta played against Muslim High School, Isolu Abeokuta. The game started with both sides showing their class and skills until Adeyinka Jumoke broke the deadlock in the 19th minute with a curly free kick found the back of the net. However, the Muslim girls were not done yet until Nurudeen Wasilat doubled the lead few minutes after the start of the second half and that delivered the GTBank-Ogun State Principals Cup trophy to them.

But it was different in the male category. St. Anthony’s Grammar School, Esure, Ijebu Mushin scored first when Olaide Kehinde dribbled past the Pakoto High School goalkeeper to give his team the lead. However, Ishola Damilare equalized for Pakoto High School minutes before the break and it was level at half time. The second half was tense as both teams had chances to take the lead but the needed goal came from most valuable player of the match, Ishola Damilare for Pakoto High School and they were crowned Ogun State Principals Cup Champions for the first time. Read more

EID-EL-FITR message to the nation from President Muhammadu Buhari

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EID-EL-FITR message to the nation from Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, President, Commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces, Federal Republic of Nigeria, July 16, 2015

President Muhammadu Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari


Fellow Compatriots,

I greet and felicitate with you all, especially our citizens of the Islamic faith on this auspicious occasion of the 2015 Eid-el-Fitr celebrations.

I congratulate all those who have successfully completed the Ramadan fast in keeping with the injunction of our Creator.

Although we have come to the end of this year’s month of Ramadan, I believe that a greater acceptance by Nigerians of its key lessons of self-denial and sacrifice will serve our dear country well as we strive to overcome our present challenges, undo the damage done by years of bad governance and accelerate the pace of national development.

Reviewing our dire circumstances and the many missed opportunities of the past, some commentators and observers have said that this is Nigeria’s last chance to get its act together and finally begin to fulfill its God-given potential for greatness.

While not going that far, I certainly believe that now, more than ever before, our country needs greater self-denial, sacrifice and patriotism from all of its  citizens, if we are to quickly recover from our numerous problems and start moving in a positive direction. Read more

President Buhari terminates appointment of NIMASA DG

President Muhammadu Buhari has terminated the appointment of Mr. Patrick Ziakede Akpobolokemi as Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA).

The termination of Mr. Akpobolokemi’s appointment takes immediate effect.

He is to hand over the management of NIMASA and all government property in his possession to the most senior officer in the agency who will remain in charge until a new Director-General is appointed.


Femi Adesina

Special Adviser to the President

(Media & Publicity)

July 16, 2015