Religion

What Igbo Bible (Akwukwo nso) Says Today

Ọ bụrụgodị na mụ ejee ije na ndagwurugwu gbara oké ọchịchịrị, Agaghị m atụ egwu ihe ọjọọ ọ bụla, N’ihi na Ị nọnyeere m.- Abụ-ọma 23:4

Translation: Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; for You are with me.- Psalm 23:4

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Shameful! The Lady Who Said She Sold Her Soul To Satan Is Igbo

Some hours ago, the social media was agog over a rant by a Nigerian girl, residing in South Africa who said she had sold her soul to the devil and would not want heaven without money, how disturbing you might think. 

Well, it has unfortunately turned out to be that the seemingly morally deficient young lady is Igbo, ọbụ nwa Ada Igbo.

Her name is Diane Emily Kamsi and she confirmed it with her last line which was in Igbo language, asụsụ Igbo anyi! 

Photo: Onitsha Today

Onitsha in Igbo is " Ọ̀nị̀chà Mmílí "or just "Ọ̀nị̀chà" is a city located on the eastern bank of the Niger River, in Nigeria's Anambra State A metropolitan city, Onitsha, is known for its river port, and as an economic hub for commerce, industry, and education. 

Photo Credit: Anambrastate

Nwafor Igbo Comes Back To Life After Being Pronounced Dead

For those who don't believe in Miracle, please read thise account of Nwafor Igbo, Mazi Samuel Anayo Ugwute.

The news of his come-back to life has been trending on social media. He was reported to have died and come back to life.

Read his account...

"I am Mr. Samuel Anayo Ugwute, an indigene of Ebonyi State, born and brought up in Owa-Alero Delta State.
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Anytime Time Your Pastor Preaches And You Are Not Annoyed, The Message Is Fake, Not About Jesus... See The Reason

I stumbled on this wonderful piece shared by Ichie Chinedu Cham-Agiriga and I thought imperative to share with you...biko gụọ ya ofuma

The Annoying Jesus!

Everyone knows about the gentle and meek Jesus. We all love the anointed Jesus because we've been told the anointing breaks yokes. I'm talking about many generations of Christians. But we've not completely balanced the equation.

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