Written by MARAPOST CORRESPONDENT
Popular Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua has stepped up his engagement with believers via social platform Facebook in an interactive and revealing question and answer session.
Written by MANA
Lilongwe, January 11, 2014: Minister of Information and Civic Education, Brown Mpinganjira has said the judiciary has allocated adequate time and space to start dealing with cases connected with recent plunders of Government resources as soon as next week.
Addressing a press conference on Friday in Lilongwe, Mpinganjira said the commencement of trials does not mean the end of investigations into the plunder of public resources but that government’s determination was to ensure that public resources were respected and going towards alleviating peoples poverty and development of the country.
Written by Allison Kilkenny & Lucy C.K. Chitembeya
ATLANTA - The Moral Monday protests that began in North Carolina in 2012 in response to extreme right-wing policies are spreading to Georgia.
Over the past year, droves of activists in North Carolina have descended on the state legislature building to demand that lawmakers reverse some of their more brutal policies such as cutting unemployment benefits, refusing to expand Medicaid, and rolling back voting rights. Thousands of people showed up for North Carolina’s Moral Mondays to disrupt the legislative session with acts of civil disobedience, resulting in the arrests of more than 900 individuals.
Written by Latte Lucie
Before travelling for a special official mission, Corporal Benjamin Gabriel of the Nigerian Police Force, had been given a copy of one of Prophet T.B. Joshua’s sermons, known as an ‘MPG – Mouthpiece of God’ titled, You Must Be Born Again. Although he had never visited The SCOAN before, after reading the message, his faith in Christ Jesus increased. He took his photograph by faith and placed it inside the sermon leaflet as a point of contact for God’s intervention in his life.