Dele Momodu, a veteran journalist has reacted to the slapping of the French President, Emmanuel Macron in the face by a man while on an official visit to the south-east of France, saying no one can ever try that with President Muhammadu Buhari without regretting it. In a video circulating on social media, Mr Macron was seen walking up to a barrier on a trip to Tain-l'Hermitage outside the city of Valence, when a man wearing a green T-shirt slapped Macron in the face before officers quickly moved in and pulled thehe president away from the scene.
The CEO and publisher of Ovation International Magazine, Chief Dele Momodu have reacted to the slap a French citizen gave to president Emmanuel Macron today during a tour. According to Dele Momodu, the French citizen that slapped Emmanuel Macron was a lucky man and escaped being beating or killed mainly because he is not a Nigerian.
The Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has directed Television and Radio stations in the country to uninstall Twitter and desist from using the platform as a source for gathering information for News and Programmes. Nigerian businessman and CEO of Ovation International, Dele Momodu has reacted to this report and he wasn't happy with the directive.
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Publisher of Ovation magazine and public affairs analyst, Dele Momodu has taken to his verified twitter account to reacts after he took pictures with Rivers state Governor, Nyesom Wike. Dele Momodu stated that it is another busy day with the workaholic Governor Nyesom Wike and his special guests, Minister of Health,Dr.
As controversies continue to trail the indefinite suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria by the Federal Government, Chief Dele Momodu who is a Nigerian journalist and publisher has reacted to the order of all media companies in Nigeria to uninstall twitter account. Dele Momodu described such order as height of highandedness.
A very controversial incident happened in France yesterday when an unknown man literally slapped the president of the country, Emmanuel Macron. Although, it was reported that two persons were arrested, however, nothing has been said to have been done to them. Photo (Emmanuel Macron)
Yesterday was a sad day for the Nigeria Christian community and the lovers of popular Nigerian Pastor, Prophet T.B Joshua. Recall that, it was on all social media platforms that the General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of all Nations, Prophet TB Joshua died after he suffered a slight ailment and he gave up the ghost with just few days to his 58th birthday.
Prophet T.B. Joshua, the founder of The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), a prominent Nigerian televangelist has passed on, hours after presiding over a program at his Lagos-based megachurch on Saturday, 5th June 2021. He passed away one week before his 58th birthday.
Former Presidential aspirant and publisher of Ovation magazine, Chief Dele Momodu today reveals that former Ghanaian President, John Dramani Mahama is a man he loves and respects to high heavens. He stated this on his verified twitter account this evening and the tweet has generated a lot of reactions from his followers and numerous fans.
A popular Nigerian Journalist and business man, Dele Momodu has called out the Christian community, for not saying anything, concerning the death of Prophet TB Joshua. He made a statement to address the issue on his Instagram page, and a lot of people have dropped their opinions on this.
Scientifically, it's expected that all living things will die, however it use to hurt more when we lose a loved one, especially at a very tender age. No one pray for it, no one wish it happened, nobody saw it coming, but the unexpected happened last night when the founder and General Overseer of Synagogue church of Nigeria was declared dead shortly after finishing a program in his church.
Dele Momodu the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of ovation magazine has shared memorable photos of the late Prophet TB Joshua on his social media account. As the nation woke up to the sad news of the demise of TB Joshua, condolence messages have been pouring in on social media.
Popular Nigerian journalist and businessman, Dele Momodu has tackled Christian community in Nigeria following the death of the founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T.B Joshua who died few days to his 58th birthday. Prophet T.B Joshua was reportedly said to have died shortly after conducting a live broadcast.
Chief Dele Momodu has prayed for late TB Joshua’s wife, Dele Momodu who was once a presidential aspirant and also a top journalist in Nigeria was a friend to Prophet TB Joshua when he was alive. During his tribute yesterday he posted pictures of himself with his late man of God.
The sad news of the death of a popular man of God, Prophet TB Joshua has just hit social media platforms and according to findings, he is said to have died on Saturday 6th, 2021 after a church meeting. The Chief Executive Officer of the Ovation Magazine, Dele Momodu has reacted to the death of the man of God, as he took to his verified Instagram page to share a photo of himself and the late Prophet TB Joshua.
Publisher of Ovation magazine and public affairs commentator, Chief Dele Momodu has reacted to the viral video of the late Pastor Temitope Balogun Joshua where he prayed for his congregations to know their time of departure. Prophet Temitope Balogun who died late yesterday stated in the old video that 'If you are prepared to die,you are prepared to live'.He added 'I pray you will know when it is your time of departure'
"All Souls Will Die" Dele Momodu Reacts To Silence Of Christian Community Regarding TB Joshua's Death
Veteran Journalist, Human Rights Activist and Philanthropist, Chief Dele Momodu has reacted to the silence of the Christian Community in Nigeria regarding the sudden death of televangelist and powerful man of God, Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, popularly known as TB Joshua. According to the post Dele Momodu shared via his official instagram handle this evening, he revealed that since the general overseer of Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN) was confirmed dead by the church and his family members earlier today, there have been no official statements issued out by the Christian Community in Nigeria.
The National President of onion producers, Aliyu Isa Umar had earlier threatened to cut off the supply of onions to the South because of security reasons which have affected their lives and properties. As regards the threat that was made by the onion marketers, a prominent businessman, the Chief Executive Officer of Ovation Magazines, Mr. Dele Momodu has reacted with a question that truly deserves an answer.
Yesterday was a sad day for the Christians as a prominent pastor who heads the Synagogue church in Lagos passed away. It is still unbelievable news to members of his congregations who are yet to come to terms with his demise. A popular Nigerian Journalist, publisher, and businessman called Dele Momodu have decided to come out to scold the Christian community because of how they have reacted so far, concerning the death of the renowned preacher, T. B. Joshua.