Top News To Read In Nigerian Newspapers On 5th March 2018 Being Monday.
Buhari Send Congratulatory massage to Onigbinde as he Clock 80
Tithing Is not Compulsory-Daystar Pastor, Sam Adeyemi
Sam Adeyemi, the The founder and General Overseer (G.O) of Daystar Christian Centre has added his voice to the ongoing debate on tithing.
You will recall that the popular OAP Daddy Freeze, has spark the discourse on the necessity of paying tithe.
According to This Day Live, Freeze, has been the butt of insults and invectives from some of Nigeria’s foremost pastors. As far as the pastors are concerned, Daddy Freeze has no scriptural locus standi to advise people not to pay tithes. Particularly, Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo, Senior Pastor of Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) took on the OAP. At a programme in a popular church in Omole, Ikeja, Lagos, mid-November last year, Pastor Ashimolowo called Daddy Freeze a drunk and wife beater.
FG Spends N771 Million To Build 80 Houses In Plateau – Official
The Federal Government is sinking N771 million into building 80 houses in Plateau under the Federal Housing Programmed (FHP), according to Mr Julius Olurinola, FHP Zonal Coordinator (North-Central).
Olurinola, who inspected work on the housing project located at Laminga village in Jos on Sunday, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that he was “very impressed” with the quality of work at the site.
He commended the Plateau government for donating the 5.04 hectares of land for the project, and particularly lauded its collaboration with the federal government to execute the project.
Olurinola urged the handlers of the project to keep up the good work, and also encouraged them to strive to meet the deadline for the completion of every unit.
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