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Who Is Afraid of TB Joshua? By IA Alabi
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The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, issued forth a directive to its members to shun the Synagogue, Church of All Nations in Lagos. CAN’s door was shut on the presiding cleric, Prophet TB... More > Joshua. It is interesting that the development has not stopped the flow of healing in the channel it has chosen. Notwithstanding the avalanche of grave allusions aimed at demeaning his stature, TB Joshua remains till date a preacher and healer of international renown. Of the poser, what is the sin that precludes the synagogue prophet from membership of the umbrella body of Christians, CAN definitely owes the world an answer. More than a testimony to the good office of the prophet, the book, Who Is Afraid of TB Joshua doubles as a revelation and the true face of Nigeria’s Christianity.< Less
Uropathy Unplugged By IA Alabi
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The gains of the urine therapy as alternative medicare application may have been couched in relative obscurity for obvious reasons chief of which is the reluctance of modern man to realign with ... More > nature. Nevertheless, there is no gainsaying the fact that uropathy has continued to survive as one of the oldest healthcare delivery applications known to man. With a fluent narrative style and the authority of personal experience the author of the work, Uropathy Unplugged, has attempted to document the simple rules that govern the usage of this water of life to allay the fears of the world concerning the efficacy of the therapy.< Less
Behind The Firing Line By IA Alabi
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An epic story of love that blossomed in spite of the hostilities which spanned the entire period of the exercise, the raising of an African Army on the Chari came with mixed blessings. A war... More > situation, a period of keen rivalry between Libya’s Colonel Muammar Gaddafi and the leadership of Africa’s most populous nation, what with the big-brother role of the Nigerian state posing a threat to the imperialistic agenda of the Arabians, the Chad imbroglio offered an auspicious opportunity to test the will of the two regional powers. Taken in the light of a subterfuge to balance the power equation in the sub-region, the OAU intervention may have served as a panacea to the vagaries of the peripatetic land-grabbing Arabians on the continent.< Less