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WHY PRIMATE AYODELE CAN’T BE FRIENDS WITH OTHER TOP MEN OF GOD

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WHY PRIMATE AYODELE CAN’T BE FRIENDS WITH OTHER TOP MEN OF GOD

 

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A lot has been written about Primate Ayodele Elijah, the founder and leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church. A lot has been said about him. If truth be told, there is probably no man of God who has made the headlines in recent times as much as Primate Ayodele did. He is always in the news, releasing astonishing prophecies or showing claims of prophecies that have just come to fulfillment. And at other times, the man is speaking truth to power, telling our leaders what they’re doing wrong and the consequences of their actions or inactions on the populace. Whenever the government has taken action or implemented a policy that he fears may be unfavourable to the citizenry,

 

WHY PRIMATE AYODELE CAN’T BE FRIENDS WITH OTHER TOP MEN OF GOD

WHY PRIMATE AYODELE CAN’T BE FRIENDS WITH OTHER TOP MEN OF GOD

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Primate Ayodele is one of the first few people to speak out against such policies or action. Most times, while trying to fight for the masses, Primate Ayodele often critcizes the government with such intensity and passion that sometimes make you wonder if he is not taking things a little personal with our leaders. He gets emotional about these issues sometimes and says out of anger things that make you afraid for his own safety. But the truth is it’s nothing personal, that’s simply how deeply concerned and worried Primate Ayodele is about the plight of the less privileged.

 

Many may have been wondering why Primate Ayodele has not been seen in company of some prominent men of God like himself. Many wonder why he has not joined the long list of prophets and men of God who, for years running, have been making regular visits to Aso Rock to wine and dine with our leaders when the Nigerian masses that depend on them to speak truth to power are languishing in penury. The answer is obvious – Primate Ayodele does not frolick with men of God who do not have the interest of the masses at heart. If, as a man of God, you want to really annoy Primate Ayodele, just begin to flaunt your wealth at your congregation or the general public and you will instantly incur the wrath of this great man of God. He dislikes with a passion men of God who do not use their wealth and God given resources to help the needy around them and the society at large. Indeed, some of these men of God who run massive churches and boast of humongous congregations actually bully their church members with their wealth, flaunting before them their multi million naira exotic cars and expensive gold wrist watches and designer outfits. This is exactly what Primate Ayodele despises and one of the reasons why he cannot be seen in any form of fraternity with these flambuoyant men of God who have been consumed by all the vanities of life. While Primate Ayodele is driven more by his love for the masses as evident in his phenomenal philanthropy, most of these other prominent men of God are driven more by love for money and hunger for recognition by the government. Let us call a spade a spade, Primate Ayodele and these so called men of God have nothing in common, they cannot be friends. They cannot understand the depth of Primate Ayodele’s compassion when it comes to showing concern about the plight of the man on the street.

In the last few weeks alone, starting from the month of February, Primate Ayodele, embarked on what can only be described as super mega philanthropy. It is something unprecedented in Christendom. No Pastor, no man of God has ever done this before. Many will recall that this extremely humble and unassuming man of God had a palliative market late last year that shook the entire nation. Many women from far and near thronged Oke-Afa where Primate Ayodele’s Church, INRI Evangelical Spiritual church is located to benefit from the large heart of this incredible man of God who took it upon himself to help the needy cushion the biting effect of the economic hardship that was triggered by the removal of the fuel subsidy. There were hundreds of different food items in large volumes on sale at incredibly low prices. Primate Ayodele slashed down the prices of many expensive food items such as rice which was selling at N70,000 at the time but sold at N20,000 per bag. The women couldn’t believe their luck. They were all full of prayers for the renowned man of God. But the second Palliative market held last month February 14 was even bigger and more astonishing. Women who had heard of the first Palliative market stormed the venue of the second edition of the Palliative market. And this time, the prices were slashed beyond imagination. Imagine a bag of rice sold in the market at N80,000 was sold for N20,000, a bag of beans was sold for N2,000, tubers of yam were sold for N1,500, a bag of Semovita was sold for N1,500, garri was sold for N3,000, a carton of Indomie sold for N1,500, wheat was sold for N2,000 and many more.

Not done yet, Primate Ayodele gave out monetry gifts to different people to empower them. He handed a cheque of N700,000 to support a young growing ministry. Others got N500,000 to support their businesses while several others got endowment funds to support their education. JAMB and WAEC forms were paid for to support less privileged children who are desirous of going to school, while the aged and the widows too were not left out of empowerment support of various kinds. But the high point of the day was when Primate Ayodele gave about five cars to different people including this writer. Indeed, after giving out the 5 cars, he gave out more cars in the days that followed. It is needless to remind anyone of the price of the smallest brand of cars in the market in this inflation driven economy.

He has also commissioned a healthcare facility where medical care will be given to the. Community at very little cost. It is expected to be an ultra modern health care facility. The prominent man of God also commissioned a bakery where bread of different sizes will be sold at unbelievably cheap prices.

How many men of God can do this for those around them? How many of them do actually feel the pain of the masses like Primate Ayodele does? How many do share in his spirit of giving and can show compassion the way he does? It must be very few, and we are yet to see those few. Just like they say, you cannot give what you don’t have. And once you don’t have this passion for philanthropy burning in you as a man of God, then you cannot be Primate Ayodele’s friend. The minute he discovers you’re a vain man of God who does nothing but bully people with his wealth, he will move far away from you. As far as he is concerned, there is no meeting point between both of you. You are extremely stingy, he is an incurable giver. You are an oppressor, he is a fighter of the masses. You are darkness, he is light. So, how can these two different individuals with totally contrasting personalities be friends? This is also one of the reasons why Primate Ayodele has chosen to stay away fron CAN and PFN. He believes they do not share in his ideologies and he does not agree with theirs either.

Clearly, for those wondering why Primate Ayodele does not frolick with other men of God, let us be honest, can a man like this have the time to be frivolous with his resources like his other colleagues in the vineyard of God? Certainly not Primate Ayodele. The man is a lone ranger. A one man riot squad. He needs no friends to operate. He chooses his friends, his friends don’t choose him. But the last person Primate Ayodele will choose as a friend is a man of God who does nothing but flaunt his flmbuoyant lifestyle in the faces of the poor and hungry!

-WALE LAWAL

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REVIEW OF, ‘THE LEGEND OF BURATAI 2’ By Hannatu Lot Dickson

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AMBASSADOR (LT. GENERAL RTD) TUKUR BURATAI, WOULD BE AN INVALUABLE ASSET TO THE GOVERNMENT OF PRESIDENT BOLA AHMED TINUBU. By Comrade Oladimeji Odeyemi

REVIEW OF, ‘THE LEGEND OF BURATAI 2’

By Hannatu Lot Dickson

The Legend of Buratai Volume 2 is authored by General Tukur Yusuf Buratai, the former Chief of Staff of the Nigerian Army. The book was Published by Sprezzatura Publishing Ltd. Cover design by Mereo Books. It was published October 13, 2021 in English Language. It has 125 pages with ISBN-10: * 186151915X and ISBN-13: * 978-1861519153.

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The author Tukur Yusuf Buratai CFR psc(+) NAM GSS ndc (BD) was born 24 November 1960. He is a retired Nigerian army lieutenant general, former Chief of Army Staff appointed by President Muhammadu Buhari in July 2015, and Nigeria’s Ambassador to the Republic of Benin. He was commissioned into the Nigerian Army in 1983 and has had multiple command, administrative, and instructional appointments.

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The Legend of Buratai 2 is a novel base on true-life story of General Tukur Yusuf Buratai, the former Chief of Army Staff. It is a novel of eight (8) chapters and has one hundred and twenty-five (125) pages. Each of these chapters and pages is so richly engaging and informative from start to finish.
Just a recap of the plot summary, the book is the enthralling true-life story in his own words, General Tukur Yusuf Buratai, the Chief of Staff of the Nigerian Army, who rose to legendary status by dint of hard work, bravery, diligence, excellence and honesty. His journey through life is presented as an exemplary story for all who would aspire to follow his path. His childhood and formative years were also captured.

 

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The preliminary pages of “The Legend of Buratai 2” begins with the titled page where the titled of the book was boldly written and the author’s name. Then followed by the cover page design which contains the cover photo which was taken in Ngamdu. The Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Tukur Yusufu Buratai is clearly seen in the picture with troops during operations against Boko Haram terrorists at the Nigerian Army Special Super Camp Ngamdu, Borno State in April 2020. He was practically leading the combat operations. Them followed by the content page which outlines the book’s structure, listing chapters, which helps readers navigate the book’s organization and content.

 

The Photographic Acknowledgement section credits the sources of photographs used in the book, acknowledging photographs taken from the personal album of the author. Followed by a heartfelt message dedicating the book to all young people in Nigeria, and especially those of the Nigerian Military School and the Nigerian Defence Academy.

 

The Publisher’s Note and acknowledgement pages expressed gratitude while the Forward was written by Major General Paul Tarfa mni (Rtd), who described General Buratai’s records of service as Chief of Staff of Nigerian Army as legendary and cannot be surpassed. ‘He is a General who inspires his subjects by leading from the front’. He further, provided context, endorsement, and insights into the book’s significance.

 

 

The author begins chapter one by talking about the beginning which captures the lineage, nuclear family and the journey of Yusufu Buratai especially when he joined the RWAFF. Chapter four depict the miraculous escape from the pond as a child, Dr. Gidado Kumo and John Atanda spoke in chapter three and four, while chapter five and six described the author’s encounters with Snakes and Ghost respectively. chapter seven followed with matters bordering on patriotisms and chapter eight list several principles guiding Lt. General TY Buratai, a few out of those principles are: Do not bother about what people say,; Commit to improving yourself to the extent that you do not have time to compete or criticize others; Let excellence be your trademark anywhere you find yourself; Do not be too proud to retrace your steps back to the right path; Listen more and say less; Always lead with courage or not at all; Honour your words as your bond and never make a promise you can’t keep…
The plot is set in Buratai town, Biu Local Government Area of Borno State to Potiskum, Yobe State. The genre is non-fiction.

 

The book, ‘The Legend of Buratai 2’ is the best pick for young minds in need of inspiration and mentorship. It is a captivating and fascinating masterpiece, rich in original history, military tactics, strategies and important life lessons with a touch of spirituality straight from the mind and experiences of true and pragmatic General TY Buratai.

 

 

The Legend of Buratai 2 has the potentials to recoup reinvigorate patriotism to our fatherland Nigeria. It also has the capability and potentials to make a young mind dream and do everything in their powers to live their dreams just like Lt. General TY Buratai.

 

 

The book is so real, it’s not a conventional love story with a perfectly Happy-Ever-After. It was infused with strong themes, I love how Lt Gen. TY Buratai recollected his childhood and formative years, how he was educating us on how to be patriotic and how he described ‘the wretched rustic life of a terrorist’ infused in a poem titled, ‘ARE YOU A TERRORIST?’
The themes in “The Legend of Buratai: Volume 2” include

– Hard work: General Tukur Yusuf Buratai’s rise to legendary status is attributed to his diligence and hard work.

 

– Bravery: General Buratai is known for his bravery and military tactics.
– Excellence: General Buratai’s journey to excellence is presented as an exemplary story for all who would aspire to follow his path.

 

– Honesty: General Buratai’s honesty is one of the key characteristics that contributed to his legendary status.

 

– Patriotism: The book is capable of reawakening patriotism to one’s fatherland, according to Moses A. Uyang, author and humanitarian.

 

– Diligence: Buratai’s diligence is another factor that contributed to his success.

 

The book is practically a handbook or a catalyst for youngsters who dear to dream, who wants to love and serve their country whole heartedly, be patriotic and serve humanity in all earnest and honesty.

 

The book offers a wide range of literary appreciation and acceptance, historical sources, and educative values. It is a foundation for historical and otherwise critical evaluation.

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Saturday Faaji : The Much Anticipated Neon Night With Osupa Saheed Is Here

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Saturday Faaji : The Much Anticipated Neon Night With Osupa Saheed Is Here

 

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For some time now, the teeming fans of the undisputed King of Fuji Music, Saheed Osupa have been longing to see him back on stage on home soil due to his long absence oversee on tour.
Now, the much anticipated show, Neon Night with Osupa Saheed is here, the date is Saturday 18th May 2024, at prestigious RM Hall Magodo, Lagos.

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Saturday Faaji : The Much Anticipated Neon Night With Osupa Saheed Is Here

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Saheed Osupa would be thrilling his fans live on stage this time in another dimension, as all necessary things have been taken care of, including maximum security for this much anticipated event.

In the uniqueness of this Neon Night, with Osupa Saheed, the Lord of music will not be alone on stage as other fast rising artiste, Suave, The Omalicha’s crooner will also be performing on the same stage with Saheed Osupa alongside some other popular artistes.
It’s going to be a Bomb as this is the first show he would be doing in Lagos since he came into Nigeria.

A large percentage of his fans have been calling to register their joy that their favorite Fuji king would be performing that day. According to LAWBELL Manager in Nigeria ,OLABANJI ADELANA, he said the Canadian entertainment company packaging the show is fully prepared for the event and no stone would be left unturned

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Ogun Commissioner for Forestry, Engr. Oludotun, Conferred Fellow of Nigerian Society of Engineers In Abuja

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Ogun Commissioner for Forestry, Engr. Oludotun, Conferred Fellow of Nigerian Society of Engineers In Abuja

 

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The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) has conferred the prestigious honor of Fellow of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (FNSE) on Engr. Taiwo Oludotun, the Ogun State Commissioner for Forestry.

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Ogun Commissioner for Forestry, Engr. Oludotun, Conferred Fellow of Nigerian Society of Engineers In Abuja
The conferment ceremony took place in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, and is a testament to Engr. Oludotun’s dedication and expertise in the field of engineering.

Our correspondent reports that Engr. Oludotun, popularly known as Twinny, has had a distinguished career in engineering and public service.

The Forest Commissioner is also a registered engineer with the Council of Registered Engineers in Nigeria (COREN) and has held various leadership positions, including General Manager at Unistar Hi-Tech Systems Ltd and Commissioner for Rural Development in Ogun State.

His experience in policy development and leadership has driven inclusive and sustainable development in rural areas, improving the quality of life for residents and promoting social and economic progress.

The conferment of FNSE on Engr. Oludotun is a well-deserved recognition of his achievements and commitment to the engineering profession.

Engr. Oludotun is actively participated in various technical and management trainings, workshops, seminars, and conferences, both locally and internationally.

The Commissioner’s contributions to humanity have been recognized by various NGOs, and he has earned several outstanding awards and accolades.

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