TVC E. The founder of Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) T.B. Joshua on Sunday, made a shocking revelations on his Emmanuel TV station concerning Nigeria and the world at large, stating that Nigerians are yet to see more hardship following the food shortage in the country.
The prophet spoke on many issues including the recent EgyptAir crash, African politics and agriculture, even warning of a terrorist attack in the United Kingdom.
He read out a transcript of the prophecies he had given during his New Year’s Crossover Service, highlighting particularly the national food scarcity. On each point read, he expanded further, detailing what Nigeria and Africa are to expect in the nearest future.
“There will be large scale scarcity, shortage of food. As a state, country, continent, we have to go back to the farm to arrest, to alleviate the forthcoming situation”, he read. Further expanding on the details of the prophecy,...
TVC E, NEWS - President Muhammadu Buhari has assured Nigerians of his determination to face and overcome the present challenges facing the country.
He affirmed this during the ruling All Progressives Congress party's National Executive Council meeting today in Abuja.
It is the first formal meeting of the party's highest decision making body, the National Executive Council, since the APC took the mantle of leadership about ten months ago
A lot has happened in this period throwing up such key challenges as a downturn in the economy, insecurity, and rising unemployment.
The meeting is well attended by state governors, ministers, legislators and high ranking party members.
A minute's silence is observed for the party's deceased members, including those who lost their lives in the various elections that have taken place in the country since .
The party's National chairman John Oyegun observes that this meeting is coming at a time when there's need for members to...
TVC E, NEWS - If the saying " be quick to listen, be reluctant in making comments" is anything to go by, those who have criticised President Buhari for allegedly calling Nigerians "criminals" must retrace their steps.
President Buhari has been under intense criticism for allegedly labeling Nigerians "criminals" during his interview with UK's Telegraph on February 5, thereby giving rise to the hashtag #NigeriansAreNotCriminals and #IamaNigerianNotaCriminal.
But the Presidency on Tuesday night described as misconstrued, the various interpretations of President Muhammadu Buhari’s comments during an interview he granted the UK’s Telegraph newspaper on February 5.
It also insisted that President Buhari didn’t call Nigerians criminals in the interview.
A statement issued by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, said the wave of negative reactions trailing the President’s remarks about the reputation of Nigerians abroad was due to incomplete understanding of President Buhari’s point.
For clarity, below...