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Sani Emmanuel: From Tragedy To Triumph!

In the recently concluded FIFA U-17 World Youth Championship dubbed Nigeria 2009, Sani Emmanuel had the world in his soccer boots. He mesmerized opponents at will, and sliced through defences the way a hot knife slices through butter. He dazzled and made nonsense of defenders, scoring textbook goals. In all, he scored five goals in 221 minutes of play and won the FIFA U-17 World Cup Golden Ball as well as the Silver Shoe, through a dint of hard work and dedication to God, Emmanuel now rides the crest of fame and has become a toast from clubs across Europe.

SYNAGOGUE AGOG FOR EAGLETS DUO!

SUNDAY 22nd November, 2009 will go down as one day the over 20,000 worshippers including ex-President Frederick Chiluba of Zambia will forever live to remember. The venue of worship was the famous Synagogue Of All Nations (SCOAN) church which is fast turning into a tourist centre as people from all walks of life especially foreigners visit the holy place to either seek the face of God or view the environment that has become one of the holiest of places.

Sani Emmanuel – 'I Want To Touch The Lives Of The Less Privileged'

Golden Eaglets striker Sani Shehu Emmanuel rose from the depths of obscurity to worldwide recognition when he came off the bench to score five goals and helped his team to second place at the just concluded U-17 World Cup. In this interview with MIKE NDIDI, Emmanuel narrates his story from the squalor of a one-room apartment to life as an altar boy in Prophet T.B Joshua’s church and now, on the verge of a major breakthrough in professional football. He regrets the death of his mother but remains grateful to the Synagogue Church of All Nations where he has found home and is desperate to help other kids out of poverty as soon as he makes it big in his chosen career.

CALAMITY!! In 2 Weeks Man Loses Wife, Shop and Money…

The story of Job in the holy book sounded like a fairy tale to Mr Ezekiel Ayodeji until the cruel hands of nature and man unleashed deadly blows on him in quick succession recently. Within two weeks he lost his wife to typhoid fever, his shop that was full of goods he had just purchased to fire and duped of the sum of N240, 000 by a close friend.

"I Am A Gentle Donkey" – T.B. Joshua

On the heels of the recent controversy sparked by insinuations that Nigerian Pastor TB Joshua had claimed glory for the Black Satellites World Cup victory through his prophetic insight to Coach Sellas Tetteh, a similar event seems to have thrown a spanner in the works of the pastors critics…

TB Joshua’s Solution: Trade Mineral Resources For Technology

What can be done? There has been much debate on questions like this, but recently I heard a fundamental answer coming from what seemed to be an unlikely source –T.B. Joshua speaking in a church service shown on Emmanuel TV. There are fine aspirations from the communications regulator for ubiquitous broadband in Nigeria, but interestingly it is a pastor who has put forward a principle which could go a long way in helping to achieve it.

TB Joshua’s Boy ‘Emmanuel’ Grabs Winner For Eaglets

Two members of ‘My People FC’, a club set up by T.B. Joshua to assist less-privileged footballers, are currently playing for the national Nigerian U-17 Team, the Golden Eaglets, at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Nigeria. One of the boys, Sani Emmanuel, scored the winning goal for the Eaglets in their match with Argentina… Africa News reports…

FREEDOM: Delivered From Spirit Of Snake!

Slightly intoxicated from the evening’s drinks and mind ablaze with the night’s exhilarating liberty, a sardonic smile marked Chichi’s countenance as she walked briskly through the dark Lagosian streets. Could life be better! With no cares to check her, responsibilities to tie her down or plans to restrict her, life was without limits, each new day birthing new opportunities to exercise new independence. Suddenly, the silence was shattered: “Hello Chichi…” Whipping around in a myriad of shock and wonder, Chichi beheld the intruder of her solace to discover a dark man with an eerie countenance, smiling softly. Thoughts began racing – moments earlier she had surveyed the empty street opposite the graveyard. Where did this man come from? “I like you… come with me.” Chichi stared on, caught in the conflict of reason and freedom. ‘Well, why not? Should be fun!’ Reason waned and Chichi followed. It was a decision ever etched in the echelons of her life experiences, a decision she would later describe with the term, ‘disastrous’, a decision that left her enslaved in the hands of evil for seventeen years of torment

PETALS OF GOD’S LOVE

A recent happening at The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN)’s Friday Healing service is indeed food for thought for all and sundry. On this particular occasion, an elderly man who from every indication was not a Christian had his rubber water bottle slung over his shoulder as he stood on the prayer line waiting for the anointed servant of God and expecting to receive through him a touch from heaven in the mighty name of Jesus Christ. Not long after the man of God, Prophet TB Joshua stood before him and then without warning or any obvious preparation, spontaneously took the rubber water bottle, opened it and copiously drank from it. All this to the amazement of all gathered. The water could have been from a brook! Why did he do it? Many people must have asked themselves.

Senator Commends TB Joshua For Rebranding National Image, Charity

Pastor Temitope. B. Joshua of Synagogue Church of All Nations has been commended for his contributions to the country and the rebranding efforts of the government. The vice chairman of Senate Committee on the Federal Capital, Senator Anthony Agbo, who said this during the holiday, pointed out that he was overwhelmed by what he saw on the Emmanuel TV of the Synagogue Church of All Nations. He explained that the number of foreigners who troop into the Church made him think about any other spot in the country that could attract such mammoth influx of foreign nationals into Nigeria, adding that such outlet could only be possible as a blessing of God.