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EGYPT: SECURITY STEPPED UP AT CHURCHES AS EASTER APPROACHES

Posted by Tolulope Olabisi on April 15, 2017

The Palm Sunday assault was recently the most recent in the developing persecution of Christians in Egypt. At churches and cathedrals in Egypt, Security has been stepped as the country’s interior ministry released the name and photographs of the Alexandria suicide bomber, Mahmoud Hassan Mubarak Abdallah, a 30-year-old worker at a petroleum company who struck […]

Album Release – COVENANT WORSHIP: SAND AND STARS

Posted by Chidinma Kalu on April 15, 2017

The Covenant Worship band began as an interdenominational arm of her church The Covenant Church in 2009 in Dallas, Texas. Following the release of their debut album in the same year, the band witnessed a tremendous push up as Heaven on Earth, ranked No. 29 on the Gospel chart. Their subsequent albums Standing and Kingdom […]

CHINA: CHURCHES FORCED TO INSTALL SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS

Posted by Tolulope Olabisi on April 14, 2017

According to persecution watchdog, China Aid, the authorities in China’s coastal Zhejiang province late last month carried out intense attacks against churches refusing to set up surveillance cameras. Local authorities have been instructed by the Zhejiang provincial government to set up security cameras in churches with the intention of helping them monitor religious activities. Churches […]

FRSC Commander in Rivers Suspended for Harassing Female Officers

Posted by Ihuoma Onu-Okpara on April 12, 2017

FRSC commander in Rivers suspended for harassing female officers. The FRSC has suspended its Rivers state sector commander, Ayodele Kumapayi, for harassing female officers. Kumapayi, while meting out disciplinary action on some female officers, controversially cut off their hairs during a routine parade on Monday. The FRSC spokesperson, Bisi Kazeem, confirmed Kumapayi’s suspension on Tuesday […]

Lagos Begins Arrest and Imprisonment of Motorists Who Buy Goods in Traffic

Posted by Ihuoma Onu-Okpara on April 12, 2017

Lagos begins arrest and imprisonment of motorists who buy goods in traffic. The Lagos State Government has begun arresting and prosecuting motorists who buy goods in traffic. The enforcement was confirmed when officials of the Environmental Sanitation Corps Agency (LASECORPS) arrested six motorist at Ikeja-Along end of the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway for allegedly buying goods in […]

NIGERIA: CAN DONATES RELIEF MATERIALS TO SOUTHERN KADUNA

Posted by Tolulope Olabisi on April 10, 2017

The Kaduna State Chapter of The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) on Friday, 7th of April, 2017 in Kafanchan, gave alleviation materials to people influenced by assaults in Southern Kaduna. Bishop George Dodo, the Chairman of the association, exhibited the materials to a board of trustees set up to regulate the conveyance. He said the […]

SYRIA: POISON GAS ATTACK LEAVES DOZENS DEAD

Posted by Tolulope Olabisi on April 5, 2017

Early Tuesday morning, 4th of April, 2017, in the city of Khan Sheikhoun Idlib province a chemical weapons airstrike attack has slaughtered handfuls in Syria, including no less than 10 children. When the airstrikes struck their targets, the impacts discharged an unidentified harmful gas that suffocated the individuals who inhaled it. According to activists, Occupants […]

Album Release – STARLIGHT: BETHEL MUSIC

Posted by Chidinma Kalu on April 4, 2017

Okay I can’t keep this to myself. You all just need to hear this. Ermmm….okay let me start off here. This group started making music in 2001 at the Bethel Church, Redding, California. They grew massively from just a local church worship team to a full fledged label from 2009 to 2013. They focus on […]

SUSPENSION LIFTED OFF STUDENT WHO DISAGREED WITH MUSLIM PROFESSOR OVER THE CRUCIFIXION OF JESUS

Posted by Tolulope Olabisi on April 4, 2017

20-year-old sophomore student of Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida was suspended on the 24th of March, 2017 after arguments over the historical accuracy of the crucifixion of Jesus with his professor, Professor Areej Zufari, an adjunct professor of Middle Eastern humanities. She filed a “protection against stalking” request against Polston and on the same day […]

CHINA: RAID ON HOUSE CHURCHES CONTINUES

Posted by Tolulope Olabisi on April 4, 2017

China’s government under President Xi Jingping continues to crackdown on Christianity. Government officials have raided two house churches – The Olive Church and Huaqiangbei Bible Guizheng Church and detained its members in China. China Aid, a Christian persecution ministry reports that more than ten police officers disturbed Christians who were praying at Olive Church. The […]

COLOMBIA: MORE THAN 250 DEAD IN MUDSLIDES

Posted by Tolulope Olabisi on April 4, 2017

More than 250 individuals are dead after mudslides crushed the Colombian city of Mocoa. Heavy rains made a few streams flood, setting off the mudslides. Reports have it that in the early hours of Sunday, 2nd of April, 2017 morning, inhabitants of Mocoa woke to water, mud, and debris smashing down on houses. Individuals cleared […]

Mali Music - Gonna Be Alright

New Music: Mali Music – Gonna Be Alright

Posted by tee Abraham on April 3, 2017

11 months after the release of his last single; DIGITAL, Mali Music releases Gonna Be Alright, which from the title can be seen to be a song of encouragement and inspiration. In the release note on his Instagram page, Mali Music wrote; Yes. It’s time. Video is next , touring, then the album. #EyesUp #ReadyOrNot produced […]

FBI Releases New Images of Aftermath of 9/11 Pentagon Attack

Posted by tee Abraham on April 1, 2017

FBI releases new images of aftermath of 9/11 Pentagon attack Nearly 16 years after the famous 9/11 terrorist attack on World Trade Center and the Pentagon, FBI made public a total of 27 photographs from the Pentagon crash site on their website; vault.fbi.gov on March 30. 9/11 Attacks and Investigation Images: https://t.co/zwxAkLkdw0 — FBI Records Vault […]