RCCG 66th Annual Convention 2018 » Speakers (6th – 12th August) #Dominion


General Overseer of RCCG

The life of Enoch Adejare Adeboye is a fulfilment of the scriptures in Zechariah 4: 10 which declare, “despise not the days of small beginnings”. Born in 1942 into a humble family in the village of Ifewara, Osun State located in the South-western part of Nigeria Enoch Adeboye often humorously states that his family was so poor that even the poor people called them poor. As a matter of fact, he unashamedly tells his congregation that he never owned shoes until he was eighteen years of age. What he possessed though were physical intangibles such as focus, consistency, diligence, ambition, a brilliant mind and a determination to succeed in life. In 1956 Enoch Adeboye was admitted into Ilesha Grammar School, Ilesha, Osun State, Western Nigeria and as a youth he discovered a passion for books, and an aptitude for science and in particular the field of Mathematics. This led to an academic journey in the field of Mathematics against incredible odds including but not limited to finances, the Nigerian Civil War and academic politics. By the time he was done, Enoch Adeboye had obtained not only a Bachelors (BSc.) degree in Mathematics from the University of Nigeria, Nnsukka, Nigeria in 1967, but also a Masters (MSc.) Degree in Hydrodynamics and a Doctorate Degree (PhD) in Applied Mathematics, both from the University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria in 1969 and 1975 respectively. One of the motivations for these academic achievements was Enoch Adeboye’s passionate desire to become the youngest Vice Chancellor (University President) of any one of the frontline Universities in Nigeria. It did seem that his academic ambition would be realized as his academic career flourished. However, this was not to be as a greater career awaited him in the service of the Lord. In 1967 Enoch Adeboye got married to his beloved wife Foluke Adenike Adeboye (nee Adeyokunnu). Read more on his website at eaadeboye.com



Mother-In-Isreal for RCCG

Mummy G.O. as she is popularly called has been a strong pillar and efficient planner that complements the efforts of her husband, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor E. A. Adeboye. She is endowed with immense initiative, and great capacity for hard work. Her attributes have helped the G.O obey God’s command to be great. Mummy G.O. has not only been mother to her biological children and grandchildren, she has been mother to RCCG spiritual children and more importantly has been shouldering numerous responsibilities on behalf of the Redeemed Christian Church of God mission. Read more on her website at www.faadeboye.com



Bishop of TREM

Dr. Mike Okonkwo MFR was born on September 6, 1945 to the family of Pa and Ma Okonkwo of Ogbunike in Oyi Local Government Area of Anambra State. He started his primary education at Salvation Army Primary School Enugu, but later moved to Ijero Baptist Primary School in Ebute Metta, Lagos. He however completed his primary education at St. Marks Primary School, Offa in Kwara State. He started his secondary education at Mayflower College, Ikenne and completed it at Merchants of Light Grammar School, Oba Anambra State in 1963. Dr. Mike Okonkwo joined the Nigerian Ports Authority in 1964 where he worked only for 3 months before crossing over to the banking industry with African Continental Bank (ACB) with the mind of making a career in banking. He was a pioneer member of staff of the Martins street branch, Lagos from 1964 to 1966. Dr. Mike Okonkwo was deployed to the eastern branch of ACB during the civil war, which eventually interrupted his banking career. During the war, he underwent the military training but had no opportunity to practice what he had learnt because the war ended the very night he was deployed to the warfront. After the war, he continued with his banking career at the Ogbete road branch of ACB where he was a pioneer staff. Read more on his website at www.trem.org Read more

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POWER to DOMINATE is here!!!Join Pst E.A Adeboye Live! at RCCG TOG National HTQs,Ebutemeta on Sun.5th Aug.by 7:30am.God is set to bless ALL General Overseers,Priest,Prophets,Pastors,Ministers,Workers,God’s Children & their families.

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UN receives 70 cases of sexual abuse, others

The UN said it received 70 new allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse across all its entities and implementing partners, between the beginning of April to the end of June 2018.

UN Deputy Spokesperson, Farhan Haq, while announcing the allegations, said 18 cases involved peacekeeping operations, and 25 from “agencies, funds and programmes”.

“Please note that not all the allegations have been fully verified and many are in the preliminary assessment phase,” he explained, breaking down the 70 allegations.

A total of 43 allegations involved UN personnel, 24 related to non-UN personnel working for implementing partners, and three others related to non-UN international forces, which had been authorised by a Security Council mandate.

Of these 70 reported incidents, 27 took place in 2018, nine in 2017, five in 2016, 10 in 2015 and two allegedly occurred in 2014, while the date is unknown for 17 allegations.

The vast majority, 46, were categorised as sexual exploitation, the UN deputy spokesperson said. Read more

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Breaking: Saraki dumps APC, Gov. Ahmed defects to PDP

The President of the Senate Dr Bukola Saraki has officially quit the All Progressives Congress (APC). This coincided with a similar action by Governor Abdulfattah Ahmed of Kwara State, who also announced that he was leaving the party for the Peoples Democratic Party.

In a tweet on his twitter handle @BukolaSaraki, Saraki announced that he had decided to take leave of the APC.

He wrote: “I wish to inform Nigerians that, after extensive consultations, I have decided to take my leave of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Saraki was however silent on joining any other party. Read more

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AUDIO: Hallelluyah by Ayo Ajibulu Prod. by Sampro & TYP (Download MP3)

A seasoned worship leader, a prolific songwriter, composer, arranger and producer, Ayo Ajibulu started at the tender age of nine when he started learning to read musical notes as well as play the organ under his first music teacher, Deacon Samuel A. Ande who was then the church organist at the First Baptist Church, Surulere, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria; this marked the beginning of his discovery of God’s calling upon his life.

Ayo Ajibulu has since grown into an Enigma in his calling as a Gospel Music Minister where he finds his fulfilment serving God and fulfilling purpose. He has written over fifty great songs, some of which are being used as worship songs in churches all over the world as well as being sung by choirs and musical groups. Read more

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RCCG 66th Annual Convention 2018 » Programme Schedule (6th – 12th August) #DOMINION


8.00-9.30AM Ordination of Deacons & Deaconesses

8.00PM 1. House Fellowship Leaders & Workers meet

  1. Council Meet



8.00-9.30AM Ordination of Asst. Pastors

3.00-4.30PM Children of God meet

5.00 -6.30PM Group Seminars 1-6

8.00PM Welcome Service (Plenary Session 1)


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APC Benue: 13 LG chairmen defect to PDP

The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has lost 13 out of the 23 local governments chairmen in Benue state to Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

They defected to PDP on Friday days after the governor, Mr. Samuel Ortom, defected from the APC to the PDP.

The governor announced his defection during a meeting with elected local government chairmen and councillors on Wednesday at the Government House Makurdi.

The governor defected hours after protesting youths barred him from travelling to Abuja to attend the APC reconciliation meeting. Read more

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Iwobi set to sign new five-year deal with Arsenal

Nigeria’s Alex Iwobi is set to sign a new five year deal with London clubside Arsenal, in a boost to the efforts of new coach Unai Emery to fire the Gunners back to the big time.

Emery has been busy in the transfer market in his first weeks in charge but he said Iwobi, 22, was staying put for the post-Arsene Wenger era — on a reported five-year deal.

“My information is he’s going to sign to continue with us,” said Emery, who will face his previous club, Paris Saint-Germain, at the International Champions Cup on Saturday.

Emery also hopes Wales international Aaron Ramsey will sign a fresh deal while Uruguay midfielder Lucas Torreira, German goalkeeper Bernd Leno and Frenchman Matteo Guendouzi are among the new arrivals. Read more

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Super Eagles goalkeeper Carl Ikeme Announces His Retirement

Nigeria’s Super Eagles & Wolves goalkeeper Carl Ikeme has confirmed his retirement from the professional game.

The 32-year-old announced the news to his teammates before a training session at Compton on Tuesday morning.

The Wolves Academy product came to the decision after consultation with medical experts following his 12-month battle with acute leukaemia.

Last month Ikeme announced on Twitter that he was in complete remission from the disease after ‘a tough year and intense chemotherapy’.

The stopper now intends to take some time off with his young family before embarking on life after football.

Ikeme made 274 domestic career appearances in all competitions, with over 200 of them coming for Wolves, the club he joined in 2000 as a 14-year-old. Read more

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LIVE VIDEO: RCCG 2018 Festival Of Life Scotland – #DivineVictory

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