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Nigeria’s life is coming back. God is trying to redeem what the enemy has stolen – Don Moen

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don moenThe evil and negativity in the air notwithstanding, world renowned gospel singer, Don Moen, has said that going by the wave of religious activities in the country, something good is in the offing for the country.

Don Moen made this prophetic utterance during a press briefing held at The Glorious Fountain Ministries (a.k.a City of Refuge), Airport Road, Warri, Delta State, at the weekend to mark a three-day praise programme that ended on Sunday. Moen, who hinted he gets his inspiration from prayer and real life experiences, was in Nigeria with his guitarist, Alabama-based Lenny Leblanc, for the three-day praise programme tagged, “The encounter,” that ended on Sunday.

The American singer, who said Nigerians had embraced his music beyond cultural and denominational linings, stated that he noticed Nigeria was bubbling up for something good and great that was ahead. “We are happy to be here. This is about my eight time of being invited to Nigeria for ministration. Nigeria is just bubbling up. Something is rising. Something good is rising up. Nigeria’s life is coming back. God is trying to redeem what the enemy has stolen. God has something for Nigeria,” he declared.

President of the ministry, Pastor Gweke Ikoge, while speaking, appreciated the move of God during the programme such that lives had been transformed and Warri nay Nigeria would never remain the same again.

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  1. tplu

    December 17, 2012 at 1:53 pm

    Oga oyinbo na true say better dey come.?
    Eneva reach for our side O.
    Abeg tell fada x–mas to do quick.
    People are dying in their thousands,daily.
    Sweet talk no fit buy garri 4market O,

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WAEC To Release 2020 SSSCE Results Next Week

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WAEC To Release 2020 SSSCE Results Next Week
WAEC To Release 2020 SSSCE Results Next Week

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The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has given an update on releasing the West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) result.

The Council early on Wednesday morning announced that the result would be released next week.

Also Read: WAEC Releases 2020 WASSCE Timetable

The results were supposed to be out today but the examination body said the postponement was due to the violence and arson in the country which affected some of its offices and some of its operations nationwide.

The examination body stated that the exact date for the result will be announced soon.

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Why We Haven’t Called Off Strike –ASUU

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Why We Haven’t Called Off Strike –ASUU

ASUU Chairman, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), says the ongoing ASUU strike will only be called off when the government is ready to conduct an integrity test on the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS).

In an interview with The PUNCH, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, ASUU President, said the federal government needed to give the clearance to National Information Technology Development Agency to conduct an integrity test on UTAS.

Speaking with PUNCH, the ASUU President said: “The integrity test will be handled by NITDA, it is government that will facilitate it because NITDA is a government, agency and unless you get clearance from the government that test cannot be conducted.”

Also Read: ASUU strike is boosting #EndSARS protest — Chris Ngige

Professor Ogunyemi while speaking on whether the government had accepted UTAS, said, “We are still talking, we have given them the position of our members, we are thinking we should be able to hold a meeting this week if they have not changed plans. The meeting for Monday was postponed. In principle, they have accepted UTAS and told us to go for the test, and on our part, we have started the process.

Speaking further, the ASUU President also explained that ASUU was ready to resume academic activities if the government was ready to play its part.

“Our members are ready to resume work as early as government is ready to play its part. I’m sure you are not suggesting that our members should resume on empty stomach or the strike should be suspended without any concrete action on the side of the government. We don’t like to stay away from our work because we like our students, they are also our children.

“As far as we are concerned, we don’t have issue with going back to work, but we want more sincerity on the side of government. We have not seen enough reasons to believe that they don’t mean what they are telling us but as soon as we see any sign to that effect. we will tell Nigerians,” Ogunyemi opined.

 

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NECO Postpones 2020 Exams Indefinitely

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NECO Postpones 2020 Exams Indefinitely

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The National Examinations Council (NECO) on Sunday announced the suspension of the ongoing Senior Secondary Schools Certificate Examinations (SSCE) indefinitely.

This was made known in a statement by NECO’s Head, Information and Public Relations Division, Azeez Sani.

Also Read: #EndSARS: Enugu Govt Adjusts 24-Hour Curfew

The examination body explained that the action was taken due to the closure of schools and the curfew imposed by some state governors to safeguard lives occasioned by the #EndSARS protests.

“Arising from that meeting, the Governing Board resolved that the 2020 SSCE (Internal) be postponed indefinitely in view of the current security challenges, occasioned by the #ENDSARS protests, which disrupted the smooth conduct of the examinations in some parts of the country,” the statement partly read.

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