Christian journalists fault Sterling Bank’s Easter advert

The faith-based media group, Journalists For Christ (JFC) International Outreach has condemned the advert published by Sterling Bank Nigeria PLC to commemorate the Easter celebration. The advert which likened the resurrection of Jesus Christ to the rising of Agege bread according to the group is unethical, insensitive, irresponsible and abusive to the person of the Lord Jesus Christ. JFC’s President, Mr Lekan Otufodunrin, said writers of copies going public should do so with the utmost respect for the sensibility of the public. “We live in a secular country that also…

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Lagos February 2022 Fellowship Report

JOURNALISTS FOR CHRIST (JFC) FELLOWSHIP, FEBRUARY 2022 THEME:                     MAXIMISING MEDIA CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN 2022 VENUE:                     CEE-HOPE OFFICE GUEST SPEAKER:    WALE FATADE The meeting started at 11:20 am with the opening prayer led by Mr. Lekan Otufodunrin, followed by the praise and worship session by Mrs. Taiwo Omilani of UpShoot Media Mr. Otufodunrin also anchored the testimony session and four members came out to share their testimonies with the house. They are Mr. Lekan Otufodunrin, Tosin Gbemile, Taiwo Omilani and Esther Adeniyi. The guest speaker, Mr. Wale Fatade…

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‘Christians should participate in politics for good governance’

By Dayo Emmanuel Christians in Nigeria have been asked to participate in politics in order to ensure good governance in the country. Head of Calvary Kingdom Church, Lagos, Archbishop Joseph Ojo gave the charge to Christians at the annual thanksgiving of Daily Independent Christian fellowship in Lagos recently. Ojo who represented the President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Bishop Wale Oke at the event themed ‘Lift up your head’, said Nigeria should look beyond COVID-19, economic woes and other challenges to forge ahead. He also encouraged the youths…

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