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2 Nigerian Men By Nationality Turns To Muslims In Libya

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Two Nigerian Christians have converted to Islam in Libya.

 

The conversion took place on Saturday, April 7 in Kilka town, about 150 kilometres southwest of the country’s capital, Tripoli.

 

It would be recalled that two Nigerian women working as housemaids also converted to Islam last Wednesday, April 14. Read here

 

The report, like the previous one, attracted varying comments on social media. One Iddrisu Fusheini greeted the news with delight.

 

“That’s great news. Masha Allah” he wrote.

 

Amb Michael Omorogieva JP said “Na hungry dey worrry these ones”

 

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T.B Joshua Reacts To Death Of Pastor Adeboye’s Son

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Nigerian Pastor, TB Joshua has sent a message of condolence to Pastor Enoch Adeboye and the Redeemed Christian Church Of God (RCCG) over the sudden death of Pastor Dare Adeboye.

Dare, the third son of ‘Daddy G.O’, died in his sleep on Wednesday night at his home in Eket, Akwa Ibom State.

Adeboye had sometime last year during his 42nd birthday described the deceased as a miracle child.

According to Joshua, the sad event would not have happened if God did not permit it, adding that He needed no human’s approval to his will.

“God does not need our permit; God’s time is the best,” the cleric said in a live broadcast on Emmanuel TV.

“It is not how long we live that matters but how well we live,” he added

He called on his congregants to pray for God to comfort and strengthen the family and the RCCG.

“Let us observe a moment of silence in remembrance of Pastor Dare Adeboye,” Joshua concluded.

RCCG had earlier announced that burial activities for Dare will commence on Sunday 9th May 2021.

TB Joshua and Adeboye are among Nigeria’s most well known and influential pastors.

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Pastor Adeboye Reacts To Son’s Death

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Pastor Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, has reacted to the death of his son, Dare.

Adeboye said he cannot blame or question God over the death of his son.

Dare died in his sleep during the week in his home in Eket, Akwa Ibom State.

However, Adeboye urged everyone to always thank God for the privilege of meeting with Dare when he was alive.

Speaking on Friday night at the May 2021 edition of the church’s Holy Ghost service, Adeboye said: “It is well even in the face of crises rather than ‘blame and question God’.”

He added: “Whatever we have is given to us by God, be it wealth, wife, husband, children e.t.c and if it got taken away by God, all we can do is give God glory for actually giving us the privilege to enjoy that wealth or kids temporarily and it is not for us to complain, blame and question God.”

Making reference to bible passage, Ezekiel 24:16, he said, “God took away Ezekiel’s wife and asked him not to mourn over her”.

“What we see as sorrows might be joy in the sight of God, I mean His ways and thoughts are not the same with ours, we shouldn’t forget that both good and bad happen at God’s command. (Lamentations 3:38).

“Finally in all things let’s learn to say thank you father and It is well. God bless all of you in Jesus’ name.

“There is a peace that passes human understanding. It is only God that can give that peace. I thank God that I have that peace.”

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Father Mbaka Reacts To Suspension

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The Spiritual Leader of the Catholic Adoration ministry in Enugu State, Rev Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has narrated what transpired when he was invited by the Enugu Catholic Bishop, Most Rev Callistus Onaga.

Mbaka stated that his grouse with Onaga was that the bishop did not call him one-on-one but held a meeting where other participants were bragging that they would deal with Mbaka and “the Adoration has been closed down.”

Mbaka added that he had thought that his meeting with the Enugu Catholic bishop was “a meeting of a father and son.”

There had been uproar on Wednesday when the Adoration Ministry leader disappeared for about 24 hours which fuelled protests in Enugu before he later resurfaced and addressed his supporters.

SaharaReporters had on Thursday reported that Mbaka was suspended for one month after the violent protests erupted.

A source had stated that Mbaka was suspended for inciting his congregation to lead a protest and vandalising the residence of the Enugu Catholic Bishop, Most Rev Callistus Onaga.

Narrating his ordeal after he rejoined his followers late on Thursday, Mbaka said, “I never disobeyed the church. People are busily misquoting me; they are doing everything to close this ministry but by the grace of God, they cannot do anything.

“I don’t know what happened in the background and what led to this but what I understand was after meeting with a team of consultants, I won’t begin to tell you who said this and that but the Bishop asked me to stay out of Adoration ground for 30 days and be silent for 30 days.

“The only thing I am not happy with is that if the Bishop wanted it to be secret, he should have called me one-on-one. Did you know that before I reached Bishop’s house, the meeting’s conclusion had already been reviewed and I came in there with the hope that the meeting was to be held?

“Those who were there had already bragged that this is the time they would show Mbaka that the Adoration has been closed down, that Mbaka will not come here again. It was so painful and I did not understand it because I thought it was a meeting of a father and son.”

Meanwhile, Bishop Onaga has asked all parishes, chaplaincies and religious houses in the diocese to pray for atonement and reparation of violet protesters, who destroyed the Bishop’s court and parts of the Holy Ghost diocese cathedral in Ogui Enugu, on Wednesday.

The protesters were suspected followers of Mbaka, who unleashed violence on the catholic structures while searching for their leader, who was allegedly detained by the Diocese at the instance of Bishop Onaga’s summon on Tuesday.

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