It would be understating the fact that servant of God and senior pastor at Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) worldwide, Apostle (Prof.) Johnson Suleman, draws his strength from God. By action, he has always reaffirmed the whole purpose of his mission, which is that, if his own life story can help millions of souls across nations, then it’s worth spreading.”
Because his ideology is premised on the understanding that it is fake love if it does not involve giving, Suleman regularly touches lives physically wherever and whenever he is on mission to restore people’s spiritual lives.
Suleja, Niger State, Nigeria, was the next port of call between Monday 21st and Tuesday 22nd of January, 2019. The ever busy Northern Emirate was mesmerized as Apostle Suleman shared messages of hope and restoration to thousands of persons at the ‘Open Heavens 2019’ crusade.
In the midst of several healing and miracles that characterized the two-day crusade, the case of a crippled girl named Aishetu Tijani, a native of Angwagwari, stood out. Aishetu who was reportedly left behind at the crusade ground by her father, Mallam Tijani, got her healing during the morning session of the second day of the crusade. The girl, stunned, left the crusade without her crutches.
Apostle Suleman, putting on display his conviction that the first way to prove that you love someone is by giving, doled out the sum of N150,000 to a man who God revealed to the cleric had planned to auction his personal belongings to raise himself financially.
Noteworthy of Suleman’s latest charity undertakings was doling out the sum of N6.5 million to hundreds of unemployed youth. The remarkable blessing happened on Sunday, 20th of January, 2019, at the OFM headquarters in Auchi, Edo State.
Speaking as he gave out envelopes stuffed with cash to each of the lucky young men and ladies, the ‘Restoration Apostle’ said his constant act of giving is sanctioned by God and, most importantly, he was helping the young ones so they can help themselves grow without looking onto the government for jobs.
Buhari’s aide tackles Omotola over ‘hellish’ comment
A tweet by Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, telling the Federal Government that Nigeria is hellish; and a presidential aide’s response have set Twitter agog, as Omotola and Bashir Ahmed have continued to trend as Nigerians respond to their tweets.
Jalade-Ekeinde had, on Sunday, tweeted at President Muhammadu Buhari and his deputy, Yemi Osinbajo, via her official Twitter account, @Realomosexy: “The country under your watch is hellish! @ProfOsinbajo @MBuhari @NGRPresident The lack of Money in circulation, now coupled with the continuous assault and killings by uniformed men will make this country implode!!! It’s unbearable! Do something! Insecurity! Fear and desperation everywhere.”
The Personal Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on New Media, Bashir Ahmed, via his verified Twitter account, @BashirAhmaad, on Tuesday, responded, “Madam Omotola, those who are working for clean money are not complaining and will never refer to our dear country as ‘hellish’. In Kano State alone, from 2015 to 2018, no fewer than 200 medium and small-scale rice milling centres emerged. For that, billions circulated among millions.”
However, Jalade-Ekeinde, in her reply, called on the presidential aide to put politics aside and address the issues objectively.
She said, “As long as you’re not insinuating that I am not working clean for my money, I hear you. It’s good that there are some (signs of) progress. Do you truly want to say you don’t see all that’s really wrong? Can we fight for our future in truth for once? Without being partisan?”
Jalade-Ekeinde’s tweet generated support from several Nigerians, including a former Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili, who reminded the actress that public servants were wont to turn a blind eye to the protests of the public.
Ezekwesili said, “Don’t worry yourself. We all know foolish hubris when we see it. The world is filled with relics of governments that ignored the outcries of their citizens. Don’t worry yourself. #MessageToOmotola.
“Those with the privilege of education must use their voice in every society to demand a better life for especially the weak, the poor and the vulnerable. Don’t worry yourself about what is thrown at you. They and not you have the duty to the accountability you demanded.”
EFAB unveils ultra-modern, affordable duplexes in Gwarimpa
The premium property market in the nation’s capital, Abuja, got a boost recently with the successful completion of the elegant EFAB Crystal located in Gwarimpa.
EFAB Crystal is the newest addition to the string of residential housing estates from the staple of EFAB properties Limited, a firm known for adopting innovative approaches to property development.
The 26-unit housing estate, built on two hectares of land, is located off 3rd avenue, 36 road by Mike Okonkwo close, Gwarinpa.
The exquisite estate has 20 stand-alone and 6 semi-detached 5-bedroom duplexes complete with pent houses and boys’ quarters.
Considering the cost of production and the relative utilities of the properties, many would consider the prices of the units cheap.
A unit in the estate goes for a price range of N85-N90 million and buyers would get their keys three weeks after confirmation of payment.
The site engineer, Mr. Justice Dike, who shed some light on the cost of the properties said the houses were affordable and moderately charged in view of location in the high-brow area of Gwarimpa.
He said in order to encourage ownership by different class of people, potential buyers would have the opportunity to make outright purchase by making full cash payment or pay by installment.
“installmental payment can be made within a minimum of 3 months and maximum of 6 months.
“Everything is done except the fittings. That will be done when payments are made, so when you pay, you give us a minimum of 3 weeks and a maximum 1 month to complete the fittings,” he added.
EFAB Crystal estate is one of the numerous projects undertaken by EFAB developers, which had previously completed estates such as EFAB Metropolis Along Kubwa Express, EFAB Lokogoma, EFAB
All the estates have made remarkable progress in terms of infrastructure development, such as roads, drainage channels which are continuously adding to the development of Abuja.
Being a major player in real estate sector in Nigeria, EFAB limited have supported the federal government severally. They built 1000 units of houses and handed over to Police Corporation in 2014 while in 2015, EFAB donated a three-bedroom flat in Dakwa area of Dei Dei, Abuja to father of quintuplets Mr. Imudia Uduehi as a social responsibility project.
Focussed on helping People own their own houses irrespective of their social strata, Chief Fabian Nworah, the Chairman of Efab Properties Limited, established a mortgage bank, which is a first generation mortgage bank, to give mortgage to people that want to buy houses.
Nworah is an accomplished entrepreneur and philanthropist whose life of service for humanity follows the pattern of highly successful businessmen the world over.
Alter Date: New film by Yemisi Banjoko sets to hit the silverscreen
Multi-Award winning UK based Nigerian filmmaker, YEMISI BANJOKO is set to thrill her Nigerian fans to the release of her recent work titled; ALTER DATE.
The new movie shot in Lagos, Nigeria is a romantic drama that tells the story of an intriguing love web of Remi, Elizabeth and Timi.
These three had been dealt a fair share of blow that comes from emotional and psychological breakdown from toxic relationships and mismatch.
Remi and Timi while using each other as an escape from the stress of the real world, realizes that they we’re meant to be together; courtesy of Elizabeth’s intervention.
The huge budget film which was shot in 2018, bagged over 25 nominations in different categories of awards, and won seven different awards including GAP Awards on December 16.
The new movie which is set to hit the cinema April 19 stars Lilian Esoro, Fredrick Leonard, Tana Adelana, Bolanle Ninalowo and Fredrick Leonard and was directed by Marc Adebesin.
The film will be released under the auspices of Yemisi Banjoko Ogunyemi Productions.