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Aww, beautiful love! Bishop Oyedepo says wife hasn’t stressed him in 32 years #shiloh

The President and founder of the Living Faith Church worldwide, Bishop
David Oyedepo, has described his wife as a God-sent to him, City People Group reports.
Speaking during the ongoing Shiloh, Bishop Oyedepo
said, “My partner of 38 years, joined as husband and wife for 32 years
now. For 32 years, she has not caused me one problem, I’ve had no
domestic concern ever!” Oyedepo has also described the current turbulent
times and religious extremism the world is facing,
as a sign of the end time.
He
made this declaration during the opening service of his ministry’s
annual Shiloh event, which started on Tuesday, based his statement on
Biblical truths, which, according to him, are rifer more than ever
before, alluding to the negative effect of ISIS in the Middle-East. In a
message, entitled, “Heralding the era of Heaven on Earth,” the 60-year
old preacher said, “We are in the end time; it is trying time for the
world, and triumph for the church. It is a day of reproach and shame for
the world.”

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What the APC delegates said at the convention last night: Which of these speeches is convincing enough?

The presidential primaries of the opposition party, All Progressives
Congress,  has entered the second day at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in
Surulere, Lagos.

During the night, all the presidential aspirants got to deliver short speeches to convince delegates to vote for them.

Below are the speeches by the five contenders:

Atiku Abubakar speech
By the end of this convention you would have elected a presidential
candidate, that is not the main reason that i’m here. Nigerians want
change and they want change because they are fed up with the PDP
government. they are tired of the crushing level of unemployment.

They
are tired of poor electricity, they are tired of the dangerous PDP
mathematics a dangerous maths where 16 is greater than 19. They are
tired and disgusted by the siege of power and the tear gas of the...

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