All images used in this article are for illustrative purposes Image credits: Google, iStock Not all superheroes wear capes. The legacies of Apostle Ayo Babalola is enough for him to be called a superhero. He lived an inspiring life and he has been used as a yardstick to measure a true man of God. One way to know he is Godsent was the miracles he performed during his days. He solved many miseries and freed the captives. Among his jaw-dropping miracles was the one he performed in a small town during his days.
In Nigeria, because English is not our mother tongue, we make lots of wrong expressions, sometimes because we want to translate our native dialect into English or that we are not well Informed. Some of these wrong expressions have been so commonly used for a long time that most people think that they are correct. In this article, I want to show you some commonly used wrong expressions and the correct way of saying them. 1. It is improper to say "Let us share the grace" rather say "Let us say the grace" 2. Stop
Yoruba actress Toyin Abraham celebrated her birthday, on Saturday and Sunday, even though she was born on September 5th, 1980 and she is filled with immersed and sincere appreciation and she said, "Thank you all for the live, the calls, messages, putting me up on your pages, your stories, the amazing gifts, calm nights and all, I data huge thank you, from the bottom of my heart. This appreciation extends to all her beloved Godsent senior colleagues, junior colleagues, everyone in the entertainment industry,
He is charming, gentle, rich, caring and a fabulous guy that every lady would wish for marriage. His physique, understanding and mannerism are exquisites. I did not know him from birth but my first contact with him sent a wonderful message that he is perfect for me. Like he was orchestrated or divined for me by God. No wonder he calls me Godsent. Each time he says that I relish. From the check-in, he was accompanied by his lovely family who was with him until he was cleared. I was also with my family, his eyes
It is very difficult now to differentiate between Godsent preachers and disguised foxes.The menace of the fake pastors/prophets is becoming too common.Most of these people should be easily known and identified, but because most people are ignorant of the words of God.
Borno state inspite of the killings in their state gave Buhari 1.2 million votes in the last two elections just to make sure a Southerner was voted out. Fast forward to 2020 Buhari pays a visit to borno to sympathize with them on the killing of 30 passengers just 24hours after he released 1400 boko haram members. They rejected him, they booed him, and chanted some strange songs for our dear president. This is rather strange considering that it is coming from one of the stronghold's of Buhari during the prev