Nathaniel Bassey has released the official music video for his song, “What A Savior”.
This track is off his latest album, “Halleluyah Again“, which dropped beginning of April 2021.
‘What A Saviour’ happens to be one of the singer’s favorite songs on the amazing album which is still trending globally.
The song highlights the essence of Christ’s love for us as he died for us and became the savior of the world bringing salvation to all those who will believe in His death and resurrection.
Watch the video below:
The Governor of Kaduna state, Nasir El-Rufai, has claimed he will not pay any ransom even if bandits kidnap his son.
El-Rufai stated this while speaking during a radio interview on Friday.
According to him: “I mean it and I will say it again here. Even if my son is kidnapped.
"I will rather pray for him to make heaven instead because I won’t pay any ransom.”
He foreclosed paying ransom to secure the release of the students abducted by bandits from the Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation, Kaduna in March 11.
According to him, his government is “absolutely not paying ransom” but considering other means to ensure the students are returned to their parents.
President Muhammadu Buhari has sent his condolences to Queen Elizabeth II, following the death of her husband, Prince Philip, on Friday.
In a statement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, he extended his sympathies to the Royal Family.
“The death of the Duke of Edinburgh is the end of an era,” the President said in his tribute to the longest-serving Queen’s consort.
He added, “Prince Philip was one of the greatest and publicly recognisable international figures whose contributions to the Commonwealth will be remembered for generations to come.
“Prince Philip was a great man in his own right who made enormous contributions to philanthropic activities and charities, especially for wildlife conservation and youth development programmes in more...
Nigerian actress and heavily pregnant single mother, Uche Ogbodo, has advised Nigerian women above 30 not to abort their pregnancies.
In a video posted on her Instagram page, the actress spoke about her first pregnancy at 27 and her current one now that she's 34.
According to her, she doesn't regret having her first child, who is now 6, or this one she's pregnant with.
She added that abortion is against her beliefs as a Catholic, then said it's silly for a woman above 30 to have an abortion because she's waiting for marriage.
She advised women to have their kids, rather than wait till they are no longer fertile because they want to get married first.
She went on to reveal that marriage doesn't favour everyone and gave an example with an old acquaintance who no longer looks beautiful...