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Synagogue Church of All Nations Hosts Transformative Crusade in Kenya, Led by Pastor Evelyn Joshua

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In a remarkable demonstration of spiritual harmony and compassion, the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) recently concluded a significant religious gathering in Kenya, led by the charismatic Pastor Evelyn Joshua. This event, taking place from October 13th to 14th, 2023, at Nairobi’s Kasarani MOI International Stadium, represented a major milestone for the East African nation, drawing thousands of followers from diverse backgrounds for a life-changing experience.

Pastor Evelyn Joshua, renowned for her steadfast dedication to empowering individuals through faith, delivered impactful sermons that centered on love, compassion, and the transformative potential of faith. The diverse audience was deeply engaged, and the event transcended mere intellectual and spiritual interaction. A mix of traditional and contemporary gospel musical performances uplifted the collective spirit of the attendees, transforming hymns and songs into anthems of praise that reverberated through the venue, leaving a lasting impression on those present.

The crusade bore witness to the remarkable power of divine intervention, with moments of profound healing and miracles. Participants shared their testimonies of experiencing physical, emotional, and spiritual transformations, attributing their newfound well-being to the prayers and blessings they received during the event. Many departed with a profound sense of inner peace, having encountered a divine presence that touched their hearts and souls.

Beyond the spiritual realm, the SCOAN-led crusade extended its influence into local communities through various outreach initiatives, including medical camps and food distribution. This holistic approach exemplifies SCOAN’s commitment to uplifting the communities it serves and acting as a catalyst for positive change. Attendees were inspired to take concrete actions in their respective communities, reflecting the transformative impact of a shared spiritual experience.

Thanks to modern technology, the impact of the crusade extended far beyond the physical boundaries of the venue. Livestreams and online engagement allowed a global audience to connect with the spiritual teachings and impactful moments of the event. This digital outreach underscored SCOAN’s dedication to making its transformative message accessible to individuals worldwide.

In her leadership role, Pastor Evelyn Joshua emphasized the importance of unity, compassion, and service to humanity. Her vision for the crusade was to inspire a collective sense of purpose and kindle a flame of hope that would continue to burn brightly in the hearts of attendees long after the event concluded.

As the crusade came to an end, SCOAN expressed gratitude to the Kenyan community for their warm reception and active participation. Hints of future collaborations and ongoing spiritual engagements indicated SCOAN’s commitment to fostering a lasting relationship with the people of Kenya.

In retrospect, this eagerly awaited event serves as a testament to the enduring power of faith and the capacity of a shared spiritual experience to unite hearts and souls. Attendees depart with a renewed sense of purpose, carrying the light ignited at the conference into the world, becoming beacons of hope and inspiration in their communities. The Synagogue Church of All Nations, under the guidance of Pastor Evelyn Joshua, looks forward to building upon the momentum created by this impactful crusade and continuing its mission to bring hope, healing, and transformation to individuals and communities around the world.

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BREAKING: Oronsaye Report: Tinubu to scrap many agencies, merge others

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President Bola Tinubu will implement some of the recommendations contained in the Oronsaye Report.

This is majorly, in order to cut the cost of governance.

This is coming 12 years after the Steve Oronsaye Panel submitted its report on restructuring and rationalising Federal government parastatals and agencies and a white paper issued two years after.

According to Bayo Onanuga, the President and the Federal Executive Council on Monday reached a decision to implement the report.

He said: “Many agencies will be scrapped and many others will be merged, to pave the way to a leaner government.”

CREDIT: DAILY POST

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‘You’re responsible for Nigeria’s economic woes’— Atiku tackles Tinubu

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Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate in the 2023 general election, attributed Nigeria’s economic challenges to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

In a statement shared on his official social media account on Sunday, the former Vice President of Nigeria urged Tinubu to take cues from Argentina’s President Javier Milei on swiftly restoring investor confidence despite inheriting a troubled economy.

Atiku criticized Tinubu for deflecting blame onto the opposition and his predecessors, calling such actions unnecessary and shortsighted. He emphasized that market dynamics respond to concrete actions, not political rhetoric.

Drawing parallels with President Milei’s leadership in Argentina, Atiku highlighted the need for well-sequenced economic reforms. He commended Milei’s proactive approach in preparing for the post-reform challenges and ensuring the availability of mitigating measures.

Atiku contrasted Tinubu’s administration’s ad hoc and hurried reforms with Milei’s strategic sequencing. He pointed out Argentina’s lean government structure achieved through reducing ministries and privatizing state-owned enterprises, contrasting it with Nigeria’s expanding bureaucracy and excessive spending on official residences.

Atiku likened Tinubu’s administration’s approach to Nero fiddling while Rome burns, accusing him of evading substantive action and blaming the opposition for policy failures, reminiscent of characters in George Orwell’s Animal Farm.

Expressing admiration for Argentina’s reforms, Atiku suggested aligning his “Recover Nigeria Plan” with Milei’s stabilization strategy to alleviate Nigeria’s economic distress. He emphasized the need for transparent policies focused on economic revival and warned against dismissing discontent, particularly among the youth, which could manifest in protests.

The statement referred to the worsening economic conditions in Nigeria, highlighted by soaring inflation rates and high living costs, as reported by the National Bureau of Statistics, with headline inflation reaching 29.90% and food inflation at 35.42% in January 2024.

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BREAKING: Fire guts FCT Minister’s residence

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A fire broke out at the private residence of Dr. Mariya Mahmoud, the Minister of State in the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), on Sunday afternoon.

Situated at No. 9, Justice Roseline Ukeji Close in the affluent Asokoro district of Abuja, the property was reportedly completely destroyed by the blaze.

Despite prompt emergency response efforts, including the arrival of fire service personnel, nothing could be salvaged from the premises.

Mr. Austin Elemue, the Minister’s Special Adviser on Media, confirmed the incident, indicating that the cause of the fire remained unknown at the time.

Authorities have initiated an investigation to ascertain the cause of the fire.

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