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VIDEO: 2017 Prophecies by Pastor E.A. Adeboye

VIDEO: 2017 Prophecies by Pastor E.A. Adeboye
General Overseer, The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG)

2017 Prophecies by Pastor E.A. Adeboye

By Pastor E.A. Adeboye
General Overseer, The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG)

1. 2017 will be a year of surprises both for the oppressed and the oppressor;
2. The downward plunge will slow down, stop and reversal will begin
3. Those who deliberately making life for the common man will be relocated

1. Prophecies for the soul winners will be fulfilled almost as soon they are hear them
2. For prophets both true and false, it will be a year of surprises
3. There will be quite a large number of weddings

1. There will be surprises in many world governments
2. There are certain things that will be coming in twos; monster earthquakes and monster floods, monster hurricanes and typhoons, monster tornadoes and monster fire outbreaks

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

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

buhari 2015 mesage

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

Address to the UN general assembly 68th session delivered by President Goodluck Jonathan


GEJ at UN September 2013The President of the 68th Session of the General Assembly;

Heads of State and Government;

The Secretary-General;

Distinguished Delegates;

Ladies and Gentlemen


Mr President,

1. On behalf of the Government and People of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, I salute you as you preside over the 68th Session of the United Nations General Assembly. I assure you of the full support and cooperation of the Nigerian delegation.


2. I also wish to extend our commendation to the Secretary-General Mr. Ban Ki-moon, and place on record, Nigeria’s appreciation for his focused and committed leadership of the United Nations system. Read more

Malala Yousafzai’s speech at the United Nations (FULL TEXT)

“In the name of God, the most beneficent, the most merciful.

Honorable UN Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki-moon, respected president of the General Assembly Vuk Jeremic, honorable UN envoy for global education Mr. Gordon Brown, respected elders and my dear brothers and sisters: Assalamu alaikum.

Today is it an honor for me to be speaking again after a long time. Being here with such honorable people is a great moment in my life and it is an honor for me that today I am wearing a shawl of the late Benazir Bhutto. I don’t know where to begin my speech. I don’t know what people would be expecting me to say, but first of all thank you to God for whom we all are equal and thank you to every person who has prayed for my fast recovery and new life. Read more

Happy 70th birthday to Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, GO, RCCG.

This is to wish our Daddy in the Lord, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, the General Overseer, the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) happy 70th birthday.

The Almighty God will continue to give you good health and more anointing in Jesus Name.

Address by His Excellency, President Goodluck Jonathan on the 2011 General Elections, Thursday, 7th April, 2011

President Goodluck Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan

My Dear Compatriots,

I address you today on the rescheduled 2011 General Elections which are now to commence across Nigeria on Saturday April, 9, 2011.

2.     By the schedule originally announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the elections into the Senate and House of Representatives ought to have taken place last week Saturday – April 2nd, 2011.

3.     The Chairman of INEC has informed the nation that the non-delivery of critical election materials in large parts of the country, compelled the Commission to postpone the exercise.

4.     The Commission, in consultation with all key political stakeholders, has now announced a revised timetable for all the elections, which will see the process commence on Saturday, 9th April 2011, with the National Assembly elections.

5.     Dear compatriots, I deeply share with all Nigerians the understandable feeling of disappointment and frustration that was caused by the postponement. Across the country, there was clear evidence of an overwhelming spirit of patriotism that saw our countrymen and women troop out in large numbers to participate in the electoral process. Our people exhibited phenomenal fortitude and understanding, as many of you travelled long distances at great personal cost, and waited patiently to perform your civic responsibility.

6.     This was a clear demonstration of your abiding faith in the electoral process.

7.     Fellow Nigerians, my appeal to you this morning, is to sustain that patriotic zeal that you so visibly displayed last Saturday. I call on you all to come out again, en masse on Saturday and on all subsequent election days, to cast your vote.

8.     The Chairman of INEC has again assured the nation that the Commission is fully ready to deliver credible polls to Nigerians.

9.     Let me reiterate that the Federal Government is fully committed to the independence of INEC and to the conduct of free and fair elections in the country. Government will continue to support the Commission and provide all it requires to carry out its mandate.

10.    The security agencies have been directed to provide optimal security for the entire process. They are to ensure the security of all voters, polling agents and INEC officials, and the maintenance of law and order. I therefore appeal to all Nigerians, to cooperate with the security agencies to achieve peaceful elections throughout the country.

11.     I seize this opportunity, once more, to urge all political stakeholders to continue to be faithful to the tenets of fair play and healthy competition. At this critical stage in our national development, we cannot afford to engage in acts that can fan the embers of violence and discord.  Let me assure you that Government remains committed to ensuring the safety of the lives and property of all Nigerians across the country.

12.    Nigeria is bigger than anyone of us. No one’s political ambition is worth the blood of any Nigerian.

13.    Let me also take this opportunity to thank all our friends around the world for the continued show of support and goodwill.

14.    Fellow Nigerians, the 2011 General Elections represent an important milestone in our nation’s march to greatness. Our collective posterity beckons on us all to stand up and be counted. Participating in the electoral process is your way of demonstrating your faith in the future of our country; a future founded on the promise of democracy, unity and progress.

15.    I urge us all to continue to pray for the nation, and for peaceful and orderly elections. May God bless you all.




PRESS RELEASE: INEC reschedules 2011 General Elections #NigeriaDecides


Yesterday, the Independent National Electoral Commission announced the rescheduling of the 2011 National Assembly (Senate and House of Representatives) elections from April 2nd to April 4th 2011 due to late arrival of result sheets. Since that announcement, several representations have been made to the Commission urging it to consult more widely and to ensure that the two-day postponement is enough to address all the logistical issues that may militate against a successful conduct of the rescheduled elections.


Following these representations and subsequent consultations with stakeholders, the Commission has found that the overwhelming sentiment is to further reschedule the elections. Requests to reschedule the National Assembly elections have come from a cross-section of stakeholders, including political parties and civil society organizations. However, rescheduling the National Assembly elections would have implications for the schedule of all the other elections.


Consequently, the Commission weighed all the options and considered the wide ranging counsel of Nigerians and decided to reschedule all the elections as follows:


Saturday, April 9th 2011 – Senate and House of Representatives (National Assembly) elections.

Saturday, April 16th 2011 – Presidential election

Tuesday, April 26th 2011 – State House of Assembly and Governorship elections


We thank all Nigerians for their enthusiasm for these elections and support for the Commission and the electoral process. Your sacrifices are not lost on the Commission and we are even more determined now to ensure that the 2011 elections are free, fair and credible.




APRIL 3RD, 2011


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