Is there hope for Nigeria? What next should the Church do about the persisting challenges from the forces of darkness? Below are inspiring visions that not only predict a good future for Nigeria but also provide a strategy for redemptive warfare, the time for which is now. Based on these and other visions, and having consulted with the leadership of various national and international intercessory bodies and accordingly agreed, I make the following urgent prayer call, especially to Christian women in Nigeria:

Going through the parable in Luke 16, no one would wish to end up as the "rich man", with all his earthly wealth and comfort. But, why did the story end the way it did? The rich was not presented as a thief, adulterer, or murderer. He simply minded his business. Unfortunately, he did not care about a less fortunate person in his environment.

With due cognizance to the various warnings given by God in this season, the next prudent question should be “men and brethren, what shall we do?”

In the letter God told me to write to Church leaders on Monday 12th April 2021, He specifically stated that LEADERSHIP CRISIS is the major problem of the Nigerian Church. In mentioning “leadership crisis”, God is not simply talking about titles and positions in the Church. We have those in abundance. We need the leadership appointed and approved by God for this season.

As we are express concern about insecurity, let us also be burdened about the plight of IDP children.
Many of these children have not been to school for over seven years.
Please join us to brainstorm on how to help them.


Please permit me to offer a little introduction to another Pre-Judgment Warning from God to Nigerian Christians.

Today, Saturday 8th May 2021, Bro. Joshua Fray called me that God gave him a second warning to the Church. He wrote the warning and sent it to me. I am sharing the information which he sent because it agrees with what God has been telling me to inform Nigerian Christians.

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We should not forget there is a deliberate plan “to eradicate in all its forms and ramifications” Christianity in Nigeria. (Abuja Declarations 1989) While it sounded like fairy tale to some Christians in 2015, it is reality in 2021.

The crux of any Christian response rests on the ability of the Christian community to raise funds for intervention and advocacy. In response to prayers, God has given us wisdom, manpower, and ideas but there is no funding to implement any counter strategy.

“At what instant I shall speak concerning a nation, and concerning a kingdom, to pluck up, and to pull down, and to destroy it;
If that nation, against whom I have pronounced, turn from their evil, I will repent of the evil that I thought to do unto them.
And at what instant I shall speak concerning a nation, and concerning a kingdom, to build and to plant it;
If it do evil in my sight, that it obey not my voice, then I will repent of the good, wherewith I said I would benefit them.”
Jeremiah 18: 7 – 10

Please find below an unprovoked and unwarranted defamatory letter written by CAN Officials denouncing Christian Social Movement of Nigeria (CSMN) and its CEO.

Many of them fled from their homes with only what they had on.

They are your brethren.


As part of our efforts to help our persecuted Christian brethren in the various IDP camp, Lay Faithful Trust Fund is requesting for used, but good, clothes from Christians. The need for decent clothing in the various IDP camps is urgent.


Theme :

Please make it a date on Sunday 7th March 2021 at 5pm.


Topic: Sacked Christian Villages: Any Hope of Regaining the Land?

▪️Over 100 villages in Southern Kaduna
▪️Over 54 villages in Plateau State

Sunday 7th March 2021

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1. Barr. Dr. Olugbenga Oke-Samuel
2. Barr. Barka Bitrus Agyigra

1. Apostle Richman
2. Raymond Lamai
3. Mayowa Banji
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The National Christian Elders Forum (NCEF) has noted with concern the flagrant attempt to subvert the tradition and will of the people of Tangale ethnic nationality in Billiri Local Government of Gombe State by the Gombe State Government. This is another clear indication that democracy, in every form, is under threat in Nigeria.