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Primate Ayodele bags South Carolina Honorary Citizenship, empowers thousands at revival night

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Popular man of God and founder/spiritual head at INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Lagos, Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele, has been honoured with an Honorary Citizenship of South Carolina.

Primate Ayodele, whose spiritual and humanitarian activities have continued to change lives across Nigeria and abroad, we learned, received the honour at a private ceremony following one of his pastoral campaigns recently.

The award of citizenship, according to a statement from the South Carolina authorities obtained by this medium, is a reward given based solely on Ayodele’s humanitarian services rendered via his divine mission.
Meanwhile, on Friday, June 8th, 2018, the foremost prophet of God hosted his ministry’s latest empowerment conference where 10,000 less privileged members of the public and church workers were empowered in various aspects.
It was a youth-focused revival/vigil for rehabilitation, empowerment, prayers, music ministration, lectures, counseling, healing and deliverance for the youths from various part of the country.
The focus of the all-night crusade-cum-empowerment programme tagged ‘Nigerian Youth, Our Future’, was the group of young men and ladies considered to be of little or no value to the society. They are mainly chronic smokers, drug addicts, drunks and others challenged in various forms, including young women in prostitution of which more than 30 have benefitted in the past.
According to Primate Ayodele, “this kind of programme is a further manifestation and demonstration of our concern and determination to continue impacting and rehabilitating the youths that are into drugs and hard substances abuse.”
At the programme which was organized by the INRI Youth Ministry in collaboration with the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), lives were restored as many met with their salvation at the crusade venue in Ilasamaja, Lagos. Characteristics of the servant of God, Primate Ayodele, most of the reformed persons were also empowered in their respective area of skills in order to be socially and financially stable while some were awarded scholarships to different levels of academic knowledge.
Lectures and sermons were given by a list of dignitaries and Ministers of God on such subjects as unsettled homes,
drugs & substances abuse, cultism, single parenting among various other social vices and challenges.
There were testimonies as the revival progressed, of some youth who after many years finally were able to sit for WAEC, JAMB and other promotional examinations. Some at the venue received micro-credit support for small scale businesses, while some benefitted from the skills acquisition programme in artisanship. There were also those that had slept under bridges and makeshift shelters who were blessed with decent accommodations.
Music ministration was offered by star Gospel singer, Evangelist Bunmi Akinnanu Adeoye a.k.a Omije Oju Mi; Dele Sax and INRI Music Ministry.
In the words of the servant of God, “it is my resolve through the grace of God that the glory of the Nigerian youth must shine under whatever socio-economic chalkenges and other unfavourable conditions they may find themselves.”
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Primate Ayodele celebrates birthday, speaks on 2019 elections, empowers the needy (PHOTOS)

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Servant of God at INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Lagos, Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele, has said that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, will defeat the incumbent president, Muhammad Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the presidential election of Saturday, February 23, 2019 if the process is free and fair.
Ayodele made this declaration last Thursday during his annual birthday activities tagged  ‘Moments of Appreciation’. February 14 is the cleric’s day and the celebration spans a week when he uses the opportunity to care for the poor and empower women, men, youth, widows, widowers, including paying visits to hospitals and government institutions where he assists spiritually and donates financially and materially.
“If this election is made free and fair, I give it to Atiku,” he says, adding that he saw APC looking for ways to rig it for itself.
“Now, the PDP people are listening to God’s warning. They are doing what God instructed them to do and they are matching the APC bumper to bumper.
If the party keeps this momentum, I see victory,” declares the prophet who says that physically and spiritually, Nigerians are tired of the APC governments at all levels.
Primate Ayodele, however, warned that if President Buhari fails to heed God’s warning and proceed to impose himself on Nigeria, he does not see him finishing the second term in good health.
“I don’t see him completing his term if he gives himself victory in this election. Buhari is too weak to continue. I don’t see him having good health; I don’t see anything coming out of it. Let the APC government leave power honourably.”
The 2019 edition of the event was characterized by series of charity activities. The Shepherd in charge of the Celestial Church of Christ (Genesis Parish), Prophet Israel Oladele, was guest minister.
Prophet Oladele, apart from being honoured by Primate Ayodele with a gigantic picture frame of him (Oladele), he also had the honour to present award plaques to honorees which include star music and movie artistes like Ojoge; Dejo Tunfulu; Fuji music veteran, Yoboro Yobonson; Juju music star, Mega ’99 and various other personalities and INRI church members who were empowered with cash gifts, tricycles, sewing machines and other items.
Primate Ayodele also had a word for the APC government on the TraderMoni initiative. “They are not doing anything new. I have been doing this type of empowerment in my own capacity for many years. Without being immodest, I can say I do it better than the government. It is good but this government is doing last what they ought to put first.”
According to Ayodele, “if the APC government had done this when they came to power, Nigerians would not have cause to be angry at them when they need another term.”
Celebrity broadcaster/MC, Soji Omotayo, compered the event.

 

 

 

 

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Nigerian elections postponement foretold by Apostle Suleman

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Popular Nigerian pastor, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has said that the sudden postponement by the INEC of the general general elections was divinely mandated.

Suleman was reacting to the eleventh hour shifting of the presidential and national assembly elections which ought to have taken place on Saturday, February 16, 2019. The INEC, after an emergency meeting with stakeholders, also shifted the governorship and house of assembly elections earlier billed for March 2 to March 9, 2019.

In a two-minutes video going viral on the social media, Suleman, who said the postponement of the elections did confirm the message he received on January 10, 2019 and relayed to his congregation and the public via the video that the conduct of the 2019 general elections was shaky.

In the said video clip, he Edo State born General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM), is seeing telling his audience that; “You will be shocked. They will fight themselves. They will be against themselves. They will shame themselves. Can I surprise you; if we do not pray well, I don’t see election. i saw a date that was shifted if we don’t pray. They will give you reasons; there was security threat, there was violence, and because of these we are moving the elections forward. It is just a scam.”

Speaking, Apostle Suleman warned that election should not be turned to war as it must be seen to be free, fair and acceptable to every Nigerian, irrespective of tribe and political leanings. “Unless the authorities do the needful in a way that conforms with what God’s rules, God is not finished with Nigeria yet,’ states Apostle Suleman.

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Nigerian elections postponement foretold by Apostle Suleman

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Popular Nigerian pastor, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has said that the sudden postponement by the INEC of the general general elections was divinely mandated.

Suleman was reacting to the eleventh hour shifting of the presidential and national assembly elections which ought to have taken place on Saturday, February 16, 2019. The INEC, after an emergency meeting with stakeholders, also shifted the governorship and house of assembly elections earlier billed for March 2 to March 9, 2019.

In a two-minutes video going viral on the social media, Suleman, who said the postponement of the elections did confirm the message he received on January 10, 2019 and relayed to his congregation and the public via the video that the conduct of the 2019 general elections was shaky.

In the said video clip, he Edo State born General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM), is seeing telling his audience that; “You will be shocked. They will fight themselves. They will be against themselves. They will shame themselves. Can I surprise you; if we do not pray well, I don’t see election. i saw a date that was shifted if we don’t pray. They will give you reasons; there was security threat, there was violence, and because of these we are moving the elections forward. It is just a scam.”

Speaking, Apostle Suleman warned that election should not be turned to war as it must be seen to be free, fair and acceptable to every Nigerian, irrespective of tribe and political leanings. “Unless the authorities do the needful in a way that conforms with what God’s rules, God is not finished with Nigeria yet,’ states Apostle Suleman.

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