‘Heal our land’ is a song by Redeemer’s University Alumni inspired by a verse from the Bible (2 Chronicles 7:14).
It is an outcry to God from this generation to forgive our sins, send His love and peace into our hearts that wars, corruption, killings, and much other wickedness shall cease from our land.
If about 50% of ‘those who call on the name of the Lord’ will humble themselves, pray and seek God’s face and turn from every wicked way, God promises to hear from heaven, forgive our sins and HEAL OUR LAND.
Lead Vocalists: Olukemi Odutola, Elizabeth Arinde, and Benita Okojie Adeyina
Backups: Sade Ayodele and Tejay Joe Producer: Jay O. Blakez
Executive Producer: Jeremiah Omotayo
Twitter users are engaged to be married 9 months after the man posted on Twitter that he needed airtime and the lady sent it to him.
Chika, a creative director for an events styling company, and , a civil engineer, got engaged on Wednesday. Dozie went down on one knee and asked her to marry him and she said 'yes".
Sharing the news to the platform where they both met, Chika wrote:
Today makes it exactly 9months he jokingly asked for airtime on the timeline and I sent it via DM, now he's asked me to be with him @DozieArabi_ forever and I said YES. It's all to your glory Jesus....
@sleeky4 your new name is Josephine do not argue .
A young man went berserk during church service after the pastor exposed the wickedness of his fiancee who was also in attendance at the church program
In a viral video posted online, the unidentified man was pictured beating his fiancee, known simply as Joy, during deliverance ministration after the pastor of the church exposed her of hiding her man's Visa so as not to travel abroad.
According to the man in the video, he said it was this same girlfriend has being taking him to different churches to find solution to his problems and now find out that she is the one behind his problems.
As the pastor reveals this to him, he gave his fiancee the beaten of her life before the church workers intervene
The Nigeria Police Force has commence 2019 recruitment exercise for constables.
Nigeria Police Force Spokesman, Jimoh Moshood, disclosed this via a tweet: "Police Recruitment Registration Exercise for constables begins today, 29th November, 2018."
The force also listed criteria for intended applicants to include: O' Level certificate with at least five Credit passes including Mathematics and English Language in not more than two sittings in WASSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB."
A statement released by the Force also said applicants must apply online, have a functional email address and mobile phone number.
See full steps to applying below: