MURIC’s appeal was issued on Wednesday, 28th July, 2021 by the director of the organisation, Professor Ishaq Akintola.
In the video, the clergyman could be heard imploring his congregants to give him more money as that would make the grace in his life work for them.
MURIC’s position was contained in a statement by its Director, Prof. Ishaq Akintola, in the early hours of Monday.
Fatoyinbo, who is one of the proteges of Oyedepo, said there is no room for laziness and unfruitfulness in Ministry work.
Recall that The Eagle Online earlier reported that a pastor, Peter Godwin, alleged that he and over 40 other pastors were sacked in Ekiti State for not generating enough income from their branches.
He stated the government’s position when he paid Sallah visit to the leader of Qadiriyya Movement, Sheikh Khalifa Qaribullahi Nasiru-Kabara, at Qadiriyya House, Kano.
Ayuba Pam, the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to Pam, said this in statement on Saturday in Jos.
Although he has been criticised for his sagacity and fearlessness in churning out prophecies, Ayodele has never stopped because all he does is act as a mouthpiece of God at all times, a statement by his Media Office said on Friday.
The Secretary, Academic Forum of the Islamic Movement, Abdullahi Muhammad Musa, gave the advice.
Makinde, who stated this while paying the traditional sallah visits to Islamic and political leaders in Ibadan, the state capital, urged those trying to use religion to divide the people to desist.
The Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Mele Kyari, was one of those who paid Sallah homage…
The Pastor expressed his position on sex before marriage and sin in a video he shared on social media platforms.
The fresh prophecies were released by the man of God during a service at his church in Lagos on Tuesday morning.
The Deputy Governor said this when he spoke with newsmen after the Sallah prayer by Muslim faithfuls.
The Primate has made it known with his prophetic unction, he isn’t limited to a country, continent and sector.
He urged them to celebrate with modesty, be law-abiding and to show commitment, empathy and sacrifice, which he said the sacred season exemplifies.
Abdullahi, in a statement by his press secretary, Mr Jibrin Gwamna, on Tuesday in Lafia, said Muslims and people of other faiths should continue to pray for the peace, progress and development of Nigeria.
In his Eid-el-Kabir message to the people of the state, the governor also urged Muslim faithful to emulate the example of faith and sacrifice that Sallah symbolised.
Abdulsalami made the call on Tuesday in an interview with newsmen shortly after observing rakaat prayers for Eid-el-Kabir in Minna.
The three prominent citizens observed the two raka’ats prayer to commemorate this year’s Eid-el-Kabir.