HOLY NWEJE: The Story of an Igbo Saint

  Hezekiah Okoro Nweje, was an Anglican priest. A native of Onitsha in Anambra state. He was born in 1919 and died in June 1962. He was nicknamed “Holy Nweje” because of his very humble, extreme righteous, easy going & a humanitarian life he lived. He was tenaciously devoted to the things of God. Ginna…

Prophet Odumeje Apologizes To Anambra And Imo Communities For Doing This

Posted by Samuel on Sun 31st May, 2020 – The controversial cleric also tendered unreserved apology to the people of Arondizuogu in Imo state for allegedly vowing to put a stop to the Ikeji festival of the community.  An Onitsha-based cleric, Prophet Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere popularly known as Odumeje, has apologised to people of Awka, Anambra…

Former Pope Benedict Writes Against Gay Marriage

By Modupeoluwa Adekanye  05 May 2020.   Former Pope Benedict XVI accuses opponents of wanting to ‘silence’ him while attacking gay marriage in a new authorised biography published Monday in Germany according to a report by The Daily Mail. Despite leaving office in 2013, the 93-year-old, whose original name is Joseph Ratzinger, has not given…

Former Pope Benedict Complains of Attempts to ‘Silence’ Him 

By AFP 04 May 2020.  Pope Francis (L) meets Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI during a meeting with five newly elevated Cardinals after a consistory at the Vatican, June 28, 2017. Osservatore Romano/Handout via REUTERS  Traditionalist former Pope Benedict XVI accuses opponents of wanting to “silence” him while attacking gay marriage in vehement terms in a…

Coronavirus Vaccine Must Be Shared Worldwide – Pope Francis

Leader of the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis, has called for international scientific cooperation so that every country of the world will benefit from a Coronavirus vaccine when it is made. The Pope who was speaking from the papal library at the Vatican while delivering his Sunday service address today, said any successful vaccine developed…

Muslims Start Ramadan Fasting on April 24 amid Pandemic 

By Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban Introduction Ramadan in its spirit and letter is a time to better bond whiles looking out for one another. For millions of Muslims across the world, it is the annual season of worship, comradeship and relationship. It is forecasted and planned for differently, for different people. Some from when one…

The Goodness of Good Friday

By M. Omorovie Ikeke 03 April 2020.  The day on which Jesus died is marked as Good Friday by many Christians and others. It is a day in which Christians go to churches to offer special prayers and celebrate him. Christians remember the reason he died for the redemption of human beings and all creation….

When Science Bows to God

  15th March 2020 Failure? No, you may be a late bloomer The supremacy of God over all things is widely accepted. In many instances, even Science does! It has been noted that: “the great scientific book, Cosmos, Bios, Theos, which means Universe, Life, and God was written by about 60 notable scientists, including twenty-four…

Why Do Christians Live in Fear

  I was walking, approaching a woman walking in the opposite direction when she started firing prayers from all angles “I cast and bind you evil marine spirit!” Holy Ghost fire was flying from her mouth non-stop while snapping her fingers.  I’m not one to give relevance to overly religious people, but on this day…

The Righteousness of God (1)

On March 1, 2020. By Femi Aribisala In Matthew chapter 9, Jesus sat down to eat with some people. When the Pharisees saw this, they condemned him for eating with tax collectors and sinners. This immediately raises some obvious questions. How did the Pharisees know that the people with Jesus were sinners? How did the…