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In the Bible No prophet married only one wife, says Oshoffa’s son

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Olatosho Oshoffa, the son of the founder of the Celestial Church of Christ, Worldwide, Bilewu Oshoffa, has shared his thoughts concerning polygamy in the church, saying the church doesn’t forbid the practice.

The shepherd of CCC International Headquarters, Ketu, Lagos, while defending his late father’s large family declared that no prophets in the Bible had one wife.

“Can I tell you something… (sic)? You see, in that scripture, Paul was only advising. Tell me in the Bible, which prophet of God had only one wife? Do your research and tell me,” Oshoffa told Sunday PUNCH.

The late Oshoffa left 13 wives and 53 children behind raising concern about his lifestyle even as the leader of one of Nigeria’s Christian congregations.

Read full story here: https://punchng.com/no-prophet-married-only-one-wife-in-the-bible-says-oshoffas-son/

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Chanting is not speaking in tongues. Music ministers are bringing voodoo, spiritism, and astral projection into the church in the name of music – Pastor Abel Damina blows hot.

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Pastor Abel Damina has expressed strong concerns about the music ministry in churches, accusing some music ministers of introducing occult practices such as voodoo, spiritism, and astral projection under the guise of music.

He distinguishes between genuine spiritual practices and what he considers to be unbiblical and dangerous influences.

His statements may spark debate and reflection within the religious community about the role of music in worship and the importance of discernment.

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JUST IN: Idowu Iluyomade resigns pastoral appointment with RCCG

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Pastor Idowu Iluyomade, a former senior pastor the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, City of David Parish, Region 20, has resigned his appointment with the church.

Iluyomade was until last week, the pastor of the hugely successful branch until he got transferred to the Throne of Grace branch, Ebute Metta, Lagos, which serves as the headquarter of the mission, by the church leadership.

He was expected to take charge at his new station where he will serve as the Pastor-in-Charge of elders.

The former Pastor in-charge of RCCG Resurrection Parish of Region 11, Pastor Charles Kpandei has since been seconded to the City of David Parish to take over from Iluyomade.

Ironically, Kpandei preached at the combined Service of Songs held on March 7, 2024 at the RCCG Resurrection Parish, Lekki, Lagos State for the late Wigwes.

The transfer however didn’t go down well with Iluyomade and his wife, Siju, both of who were conspicuously absent during church service this past Sunday when his transfer was announced, hence his decision to pull out of the RCCG family.

Reliable sources reveal that he turned in his resignation on Tuesday, June 4, 2024.

Iluyomade’s transfer may not be unconnected to obscene and lavish 60th birthday of his wife threw on February 18, 2024.

The birthday party which had all the trappings of luxury held at the Eko Hotels & Suites in Lagos with highlife, sensual singer, Chinedu Okoli aka Flavour leading the pack of singers who serenaded guests at the party which included Tony Elumelu, the chairman of United Bank for Africa, UBA; Nneka Onyeali Ikpe, the managing director of Fidelity Bank; Oba Ghandi Olaoye, the Soun of Ogbomoso who was a former RCCG pastor, among several other prominent guests.

A cross section of Nigerians thought it was insensitive for the Iluyomades to throw such a party particularly when it was just too soon after Herbert Wigwe, founding CEO of Access Holdings Plc, his wife, Chizoba and son died in a helicopter crash in the US on February 9.

Wigwe was a prominent member of the church and one of the church’s financiers.

 

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Governors, Senator, Reps should get same minimum wage. they’re all civil servants -Rev. father Mbaka

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Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka, a prominent Nigerian cleric, has made a statement calling for equal pay for all civil servants, including governors, senators, and representatives.

He suggests that since they are all public servants, they should receive the same minimum wage, which is currently pegged at N62,000 (approximately $150 USD) per month.

This statement highlights the issue of income inequality and the need for fair compensation for all those serving the nation.

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