The House of Representatives is presently considering what perhaps qualifies as the most dangerous piece of legislation to come before the National Assembly since the return of civilian rule in 1999. It is the NGO Regulation Bill sponsored by the Deputy Majority Leader of the House, Umar Buba Jibril. The bill is stunning in its audacity, far-reaching in its scope and a danger to the elective government in Nigeria. It should not be allowed to pass.

There is a context to this NGO Regulation Bill which is important. It comes at a time when the Federal Government, led by the same party whose parliamentary caucus Jibril leads in the House, has signalled enthusiasm and desire to establish a commission to regulate social media content. This, despite the fact that a similar measure previously sponsored by Jibril’s counterpart as the Deputy Majority Leader in the Senate, Bala Ibn Na’Allah, had earlier failed to pass muster. Around many states of the country, social media activists are routinely persecuted. With the active encouragement of the Federal Government and the ruling party, free expression is being chilled and dissent criminalised.

NGO REGULATION BILL - A Bill the Church should keep on her radar:

The House of Representatives is presently considering what perhaps qualifies as the most dangerous piece of legislation to come before the National Assembly since the return of civilian rule in 1999. It is the NGO Regulation Bill sponsored by the Deputy Majority Leader of the House, Umar Buba Jibril. The bill is stunning in its audacity, far-reaching in its scope and a danger to the elective government in Nigeria. It should not be allowed to pass.


Bishop Funmi Adesanya-Davies

'Nigeria Cited Most Dangerous Place for Christians in the World', says US Congress- The newspaper headlines of Feb 4, 2017. One of the desperate moves again is a BILL, an NGO Registration Bill being considered by House of Representatives (Google 'Toxic Nigeria NGO Registration'- for details). It intends to strip Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) of its functions and delegate her functions to the whims and caprices of an individual-one man whose decision cannot be challenged in courts. It is sponsored by a Rep. from the north against Churches and  NGOs. All the NGOs and Churches so far that are performing the functions of failed governments to the people would be curtailed. What an enslavement agenda!  What it means if the bill scales through is that Churches cannot spend money without the approval of the said man who may not grant the approval and all shall become defaulters. Thus, no movements, no development, no social work, NO EVANGELISM, etc. What an agenda of evil plans. 


''This house has fallen: Too late for restructuring"

- Afenifere

"Christians are encouraged to speak out and take a stand for Justice, Equality and Fairness in the nation.  All Nigerian citizens are free and equal."


"I freed a thousand slaves. I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves"

- Harriet Tubman


It is high time we set our boundaries, BOUNDARIES!!! "Boundaries-setting" inevitably is taking responsibility for one's choices in life. You make your choices, you live with their consequences, and as such, you make the choices you are happy with. That is what living is all about. It is about change and choices. There is no need forever in life, liking and putting up with the wrong things and things that have no lasting values as the Nigeria nation has fast become today. It is great to have self-control,  hope and resilience but it should be without repression. Nigerians should say NO to intimidation, manipulation, aggression and submission to neo-colonization.

In fact, it is always very difficult to understand boundaries at times. It may seem it is the people who have difficulty setting limits that are the ones who have the boundary problems, but to the contrary, it is the persons who cannot see limits, accept limits, who do not respect others, other's limits, who cannot hear 'NO', 'STOP', that are the real problem. However, the one whose onus and duty ultimately is to own up and set the limits is the victim, the enslaved, the abused;  it becomes their own prerogative, if not, they become the real source of the problem. Then, the problem becomes twisted and otherwise and it should never be! To gain life, you need to own your life, protect your self and the Christian community in Nigeria, sure will, as it is our right and prerogative to protect our souls, lives,  rights, and properties.

In reality, setting a limit on others is a misnomer, We cannot do that. What we can do is to set limits on our own exposure to people who are misbehaving, chosen to misbehave, behaving poorly, abnormally and killing and abusing the privilege of being and existing with others. We cannot change them or make them behave right, but we can give them SPACE as "It takes two foolish birds to clash in the skies" they say.

As Christians, our model is God. We will all agree, He does not compel people to serve Him, to live right. He really does not set limits on people to "make them" behave good. What He does is? God sets standards but He lets people be who "they are" and then separates Himself from them when they misbehave. Saying in effect - you may be distorted in your thoughts and beliefs, you may do what you want, you may even not accept Christ as the Messiah, you may choose to remain a sinner, you may be who you want to be, but you cannot be mine and you cannot enter my kingdom. While on earth you stay down while I stay up,  After death,  you cannot enter my kingdom in heaven or spend eternity with Me but on my terms. Heaven is the place for the repentant righteous souls and only such are welcome. God does not bother. No complaints, no aggression, no struggle, no fights, no wars!  God has boundaries.

BOUNDARIES, relaxing, exhilarating, comforting, revitalizing, bracing, when employed is used as a TOOL, in a nation and in life to  help everyone to know:

"When to Say YES; When to Say NO; 

When to Take CONTROL of Your LIFE"

It is vividly entrenched in the Holy Bible.

Proverbs 4:23, Gen. 1:28. A boundary shows where I end, and others begin. Who they are and who they are not. Where we start and where they begin. Where we start and where they end. Several questions as the following are answered: What is me, what is not me? What are you, what are you not? How do we all keep good in, bad out? How to be responsible to others and how to be responsible for ourselves, i.e to solve the 'to' and 'for'  problem, and how people should take responsibility for their irresponsibilities, etc. Gal 6:2, 5.

In a nation when an individual is irresponsible, immature and happy and the other person is intelligent, responsible and miserable, then it is time to set boundaries in the nation - and a little boundary clarification would do THE TRICK. In a nation, when a group of persons are irresponsible, fulfilled and very confident (the Fulani Muslim oligarchy) and the other persons are responsible and seriously depressed, dejected and despondent (all other tribes), then it is time to set boundaries - as a little boundary clarification would do THE TRICK.

Of course, no need to allow others in a life time dump misery into another's precious soul, always being sad and at the defensive. To take responsibility for the irresponsibility of another forever, in a nation is unbiblical. One needs some fences to keep the problems out of one's yard, and put it in theirs where the troubles belong when helping them has not in anyway helped nor yielded fruits over the years.  By this, we save our lives and their lives while we are still more caring and accommodating. Both sides can then begin to grow again. Boundaries setting helps to differentiate, show you and me,  us and you, our beginning and end. Matt 5:37, James 5:12. The scriptures urge us to say NO to others. Read Matt. 18:15-20 and 2 Cor: 9:7. Psalm 119:2, 44. Please, a must read!

We need to speak to ourselves in Nigeria words of truth, being honest about who we are and what one really wants. This gives us as Christians a biblical value of integrity. We are to be real and not to pretend. The scripture says that a good and prudent man sees evil and hides himself. Rom 22:3. Sometimes physically removing oneself as Jesus did after giving to your limit, to put a limit on evil is very ideal scripturally. The Bible enjoins and urges us, after bearing up, do much in hope, to separate ourselves from those who continuously hurt us and prey on us; we are admonished to create a safe place for ourselves. It can lead to the change in the behavior of the other and one would have won a hell, bound soul. Matt 18:17-18, 1Cor 5:11-13, James 4:7. (Please endeavour to read).

The Bible supports the idea of limiting togetherness for the purpose of "binding evil". It is good to regain ownership of out-of-control-part of one's life, and Christians in Nigeria would do that. Setting boundaries become a need and necessity. The dog does not want the tick removed, we know often, it would shout and cry also, but it is the final relief, solace and habitat. The beauty of life is even if the oppressed victims being preyed upon refuse to set the boundaries, the oppressors still would. So thanks to the Arewa youths and the supporting northern elders.

Certainly,  when a relationship is getting too abusive and toxic as Nigeria has finally become, many times the only way is to show the other group of persons that your boundaries are real is to create space so they can deal with their problems. The Fulani northern Muslims would be given the opportunity to privately deal with their problems and boundarylessness. They need to be told, there can be no conquest of people and their lands in the 21st. century as historic and heroic of their ancestors. It is unacceptable and certainly impossible in modern times. *NIGERIA: ONCE FREED, FOREVER FREE!* Once was slave trade, then the Fulani colonization of the Hausas and the British colonization of the entire nation. No, no, no more!

Trespassing on other peoples properties bears consequences. The Bible states this principle over and over again. That if we walk in one way, this will happen, if we walk another way something else will happen. Just as the Bible sets consequences for certain behaviours, boundaries, setting is also backed with consequences. If you do not stop assaulting, killing and slaughtering Christians and taking over all, Nigeria will finally terminate. That is the follow-up action. Apostle Paul was not kidding, while preaching the law of rewards, when he says: If anyone does not work, do not let him eat. 2 Thess. 3:10. Hunger is a consequence of laziness Prov. 16:26. One fruit of the spirit is SELF-CONTROL, to take care. God is a God of boundaries and loves it, so He said, "You will reap what you sow". Gal 6:7 and the scriptures cannot be broken. 

God does not enable or support irresponsible behaviours as mass-slaughtering people and Islamization just to take over; kidnapping others children as wives in the name of staying together and forging a nation. Taking over others lands in the name of grazing. God, in fact, is through and finished with such a nation as an entity long ago. It is to repackage the carcasses.

Christians are trained to pray and give consequences. Consequences are not mere agitations, they let other people know the seriousness of their trespasses and the seriousness of our respect for ourselves. We respect ourselves and our lives as we were bought by a price. The atoning blood of the Lamb, Jesus Christ the Messiah of the world. Trespassers are kept outside our gates. Psalm 149:9: To execute on them the written judgment: This honour has all His Saints. This teaches them that to live according to godly values is something we hold dear and is precious to us and we will fight to protect and guard. 

Thus, they the problematic tribes would definitely have to sit up as we stand up to them. It is the only way to manage bullies according to insights from education and psychology studies. There is no need to continue setting up ourselves for disillusionment and disappointment in the name of togetherness and forgiveness. The other need to produce the fruit of repentance as this abusive pattern of hurtful relationship has gone on for years. Luke 3:8. In this world, your word defines your property, so our word defines us. 

Fear of being alone is keeping many in hurtful relationship patterns for several years, afraid to leave the statuesque, embrace  CHANGE and NEWNESS they so clamoured for. In Nigeria today, the CHANGE WE ALL CLAMOURED FOR, THAT CHANGE, THE CHANGE  is finally here to be embraced by all. The scriptures say "He shall not allow His holy one to suffer corruption". The end to  CORRUPTION and the end of all  CORRUPTION IS HERE! Which other corruption is more than killing and looting lives as well as capturing and subjugating all. "If Nigerians do not kill corruption, corruption will kill us". So the Christian community says "NO" to the "REAL CORRUPTION"!.

Most times in life, we may be moved with compassion to give people in need our best and all we have, this is natural, but then these persons manipulate us to give more than we want or even have to give- Our land, our lives and our BLOOD. This is absolutely unacceptable. To give and end up being resentful and angry, losing peace and happiness in our own lives is ungodly. We will give out with all our hearts and free will, but not out of compliance. No, and not, so be it. This is because it is improper and very wrong.  We do not resent what we give; as what we give out of compulsion and resentment has no benefits. Neither one of us comes out ahead of it! 

Our feelings are part of the decision-making process and that we do not ignore. The Bible says to "own your feelings" and be aware of them. How do we feel when we wake up every morning and every day of our lives? Are Christians happy in Nigeria? Are we always praying and interceding for divine intervention? These are very salient questions. Feelings come from your heart and tell you your state. Do we have a sense of belonging here in Nigeria? Are we afraid for our children, youths and unborn generations? Christians need to use their feelings to find answers to whatever issues these are pointing to. Are we comfortable with bloodshed, kidnapping of our daughters and utter discrimination? We need to own our feelings and attitudes because they fall within our yard and the property line. It cannot be neglected. nor discarded. We cannot blame others for our state and our sufferings. Now, it is the time to take responsibility for ourselves, our lives and our generations unborn. It is time to be responsible enough to say No, enough is enough,  it is enough! It is time to own our lives and our living. And so do we!  Prov. 13:18, 24.

To rescue other people from the natural consequences of their behaviours is to render them powerless too- because they cannot help themselves. Everybody needs to take responsibility for their choices and so we do. If they want political Islam and sharia or a "Boko Haram Republic" somewhere, so be it! if they are so ready to bear the brunt, then that is okay. However, we dissociate ourselves from such a nation and would surely not be part of it. Though we all certainly need others, but NO ONE BUT GOD is indispensable. When conflict with some significant persons can bring us despair and make us miserable and destroy us, and we insist to stay,  it means we are putting that person on a throne of God in our lives, that should only be occupied by GOD, and this is bad enough. Let God be God, let man be man! ALL THAT IS NEEDED IS A VERY SOUND AND STRONG SUPPORT NETWORK.

When people begin to fit the idea of the way life should be, how the others lives must be,  it is time to own up to them,  then, it is time not to neglect our responsibility of setting boundaries for them. We cannot change the northern Islamists, but we can own our lives! When we say "NO" to people and activities that are harmful to us, when we pack and quickly move before the set-date and the set-day, then we are protecting God's investment, our lives and this is accountability and STEWARDSHIP in Christianity. God enjoins us to take proper care of our lives and protect our souls. Though some people may continue to be hopeful and be unprepared despite all the alarms and alerts, may they not finally have themselves to blame, we pray. The Christian Professionals Federation (CPF) urges us to be very wise. Should we ask ALL TO STILL REMAIN THERE IN THE NORTH EVEN IN THE FACE OF THREATS ON THE SET DATE? NO, NOT AT ALL. LIFE IS VERY PRECIOUS.

Yet, other people who have an over strict conscience and do not have faith will condemn themselves for even things that even God Himself, does and will not condemn them for; for tightening appropriate  boundaries when common sense so beacons to reasoning. This is because  COMPLIANTS  take on too many responsibilities and set few boundaries,  they are either afraid to move or afraid of the future, or they even forget that perfect love cast out fear. Say No, and take charge of your life!

"Remember, again and again, the United States House of Representatives declared Nigeria as the most dangerous place for Christians to live in the world last year. More Christians have been killed in Nigeria than anywhere else in the world in the last 67 years. The President of the Christiam Association of Nigeria (CAN) has warned against the continued killing of Christians in the country. Well-armed and well-funded Fulani militias are slaughtering Christians all over the nation and the Government has done nothing to stop it or to bring them to justice. Remember, 808 Christians were  killed in Southern Kaduna at Christmas. 1000 killed in Agatu, Benue state last year. 13 killed in Southern Kaduna on Easter. It goes on and on yet there have been no arrests...." 

"Remember, Christian communities are being wasted and ravaged by Boko Haram. Remember, every single security and intelligence agency in the country except for the Navy is now headed by a northern Muslim. The spokesman for the Fulani militias and herdsmen has just been appointed as Secretary to the Federal Character Commission. Remember, more Churches have been bombed, burnt down, sacked and destroyed in the north in the last two years than at any other time in our history. The International Terror Index has described Nigeria's Boko Haram and Fulani Militias as the first and fourth "deadliest terrorist organisations in the world" respectively. Remember the blood of the innocent Christians."- Onward Christian Soldiers- Femi Fani-Kayode

As we set to properly fully restructure our nation Nigeria, may God grant us the serenity to change the things we can,  accept the things we cannot, and the wisdom to know the difference. Once again, The Christian Elders have expressed strong objection to the Sukkuk loan, Grazing Reserve and the introduction of Arabic as core subject in our Universities; NCEF has urged a reversal of all sectional appointments that violate the Federal Character Principle in Section 14 (3) of the Constitution and all sectional policies that are being foisted upon the nation immediately. We urge an urgent compliance of their demands and a PROPER RESTRUCTURING OF NIGERIA COMPLETELY by able hands and so shall it be. 

Again, we at Christian Professionals Federation (CPF), say: "He that hath ears, let him hear what the Spirit sayeth."  Rev. 2:29; 1 John 5: 14; as we all continue to pray for peace and take our stand  for the PROPER RESTRUCTURING OF OUR NATION. NO MORE SEGREGATION! NO MORE BLOODSHED! THE CHANGE IS HERE!! CHANGE IS IT!!!

Bishop Funmi Adesanya-Davies



Christian Professionals Federation (CPF),

Nigerian Supreme Council for Ecclesiastical Affairs (NSCEA).

Nasir Siddiki - Left to Die

By age 34, Nasir Siddiki, a successful businessman, had made his first million, but money meant nothing to him on his deathbed. Diagnosed with the worst case of shingles ever admitted to Toronto General Hospital, his immune system shut down and doctors left him to die.

The next morning I woke in a sterile room on the eighth floor of the hospital, my skin burning as though someone had doused me in gasoline and lit a match. I felt on fire from the inside out.




Being a paper presented on behalf of the National Christian Elders’ Forum (NCEF) at the Africa Peace, Security and Synergy Summit in Washington, D.C. on 23-24 June, 2017





Permit me to begin this presentation by thanking Mr Emmanuel Ogebe for encouraging me to come to Washington, DC to make this presentation on the Nigerian question which we recognise as the conflict between Democracy and Islamism to Nigerians and other Africans in Diaspora that constitute the views of the National Christian Elders’ Forum (NCEF).


In view of recent threats to peace, security and national cohesion, the Middle Belt Forum convened a Leaders’ Conference on Thursday, 22nd June 2017 at New World Hotel, Jabi-Abuja, to find viable and durable solutions for our living together in peace, security and harmony, within the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

After intensive deliberations on factors, str

Femi Fani-Kayode: Nigeria: What’s God Got To Do With It?

"Our country is about people that God put together"- Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, 8th June 2017.

I am sorry Mr Acting President but I humbly and respectfully disagree. We must not use God's name in vain. Worse still you have based your assertion on a false premise. I am afraid that you got it completely wrong. The truth is that our country is about people that the British, not God, put together. 


We have in the last seven days been deafened by the choruses of hate and threats of war from almost every region of the Nigerian conflation. The tone for this macabre was set by a rather unfortunate statement credited to a conglomerate of groups purporting to be representing the entire Northern Nigeria on which some of us are bona fide members but were never consulted or carried along in its drafting and presentation. This was quickly followed up by a similar statement by the Region of the Niger Delta with the acronym RONDEL. Other regions like the Middle Belt comprising mainly of Christians of the Northern region extraction followed suit with spurious of press statements.

France’s world unbeatable transition record exposed

France’s presidential election’s final round was held on 7th May, 2017, with Emmanuel Macron emerging winner by landslide. One week after, i.e., Sunday 14th May, outgoing President, François Hollande, handed over power to the 39-yr old new President, Emmanuel Macron, who was then sworn in.


The major reason why I am writing this specific message to the Igbo nation emanates from what I have heard and observed about the Igbo nation in the past few weeks. I will first of all give out extracts of my  report on the Igbo prayer crusade I carried out between 2005 and 2006 and then analyse what God caused me to see in visions and dreams in the past few days that caused me to go back to Nnewi in Anambra state to pray for Igbo nation afresh.

Incidentally, my two Igbo names I mentioned above were given to me directly by God. – Maduegbunam: - No man can kill you; I was going through attacks while preparing for the 2006 crusade. And Ogbonnaya: - True child of the father on the 16th of April 2017 because of my concern about the happenings in Igbo nation. On the 14th of April God called me Joel. I believe He expects me like Joel in the Bible to declare His message whether people believe, accept it or not.
In Feb. 2005, as I was praying one evening in the compound of my house, the Lord spoke to me the following words, “Go to Onitsha the citadel of mammon worship in Igbo nation and throw missiles at it.” In obedience to that command I travelled to Onitsha in March 2005, stayed in a hotel at Nkpor and prayed over Igbo land. I also went to Onitsha main market and the water-front of River Niger and prayed for the land. As I waited on the Lord and prayed in the hotel in Onitsha and pondered on the assignment over the following months, the Holy Spirit downloaded into my heart through dreams, visions and other avenues the following points:

  1. Part of the prophecy given to me by Prophet Dick Mills on the 9th of April 1993 was that God was going to use me to bring healing to nations that have seen strife and turmoil. Igbo land had been through the civil war in Nigeria.

  2. Igbo people lost a lot of material things during that war and this has engendered bitterness in their hearts with a determination to make as much money as possible to show the rest of Nigeria that they can make their mark in the nation.

  3. In the process of making money by all means they sold their soul and their land to mammon. They also neglected other things like education, helping their community members to rise up etc. for the sake of making money at all costs. Unlike in the 50s and 60s when the Igbo people were in the fore front educationally and would jointly put together resources to educate their compatriot within and outside of Nigeria, the Igbo men especially would make do with little or no education and would opt for doing any kind of business rather than seek further education. A half educated man would rather pour his money on sending his wife to school even up to PHD level and would not seek further education for himself.

  4. Because of the controlling influence of mammon on the Igbo nation, the system whereby a master would train his servant in business and seek to start up for  him a business of his own after some years, has been thoroughly abused where each seek to dupe the other and would go to any length including occultic ways to achieve this.

  5. The Igbo man would do anything to travel out of the country to various countries of the world. Indeed there is hardly any country in the world you would not find an Igbo man. Many have been known to travel on foot across the Sahara desert to North Africa in order to get to Europe. In the process many die on the way for lack of food and water. Many abscond to Europe while on pilgrimage to Israel etc.

  6. In the process of making money the Igbo man had gotten himself into all kinds of fraudulent businesses including drugs and 419 thereby giving his nation a bad name in many countries of the world.

  7. Onitsha as God revealed to me is the gateway to Igbo land and it is also the stronghold of mammon worship. In fact Pastor Nelson Emerenini of Revelation of God’s Arm Ministry in Epe said he saw in the Spirit, the prince of Niger come out of the river to hand over something to Onitsha traders. Communities in Igbo land encourage this by giving heed only to the voice of those who have money and putting so much financial demands on the first born son. So to make money, young men make covenants with the devil using their relatives and also their own lives for the deal.

  8. The second major demon that God asked me to deal with in Igbo nation is religion. Religion and mammon and all kinds of idolatry have become interwoven in Igbo land. Igbo people majorly belong to religious organizations which encourage idolatry and worship of the dead. (Necromancy). They pray through images of dead people and all kinds of objects in the belief that God hears their prayers. When they perceive their prayers are not answered they go back to their ancestral shrines to consult household gods. I have heard and seen in the Spirit many churches being set up on occult and sometimes human blood sacrifice in order to gather people and money and many times these have branches outside of the country thus pandering to the whims of mammon. On my latest visit to Nnewi, I was happy to hear that the notorious Okija shrine has been dealt with and that the town is being opened up to true gospel and economic development. Thanks be to God!

  9. God revealed to me the main reason for sending me to Igbo land:

  1. There is a core of Igbo people who are determined to walk in righteousness and integrity and are refusing to serve mammon but the enemy is resisting their progress. As I have stated above even the Pentecostal churches are being defiled by mammon and occultism.

  2. The Igbo people are about the most traveled people in Nigeria. As God has purposed to use Nigeria and Nigeria’s resources human and material in His End-Time plan to reach nations. God has put the passion to travel in the Igbo nation to make them readily available for use to reach the nations of the earth with the gospel of Jesus Christ. However, God could not use Igbo nation as they are. His plan is to first redeem their soul which they had sold to mammon and religion and send them back to those countries where they have defiled His Name in their quest for money by all means.

  3. God caused me to know what mammon does to those under his control. He takes over their:

  1. Mouth- so that they only tell lies and fabricate words to get things they do not deserve. It is difficult for them to tell the truth.

  2. Sight- so they only see things the way money wants them to see it for selfish motives. They will not see the things God wants them to see. They only see those things they can use to make money physically or by occult means.

  3. Hearing- money language is all they hear. They have itchy ears for information on where and how to make money.

  4. Sense of smell controlled by money. They smell shady deals and businesses from afar. They don’t smell danger even if it is under their nose.

  5. Hands only move to do things that deceive in order to make money.

  6. Feet lead them to go anywhere for the sake of money and there they commit atrocities including ritual murder.

  7. Intellect directed to 419 etc. They do not understand any other language.

When God gave me the assignment for Igbo nation I did not realize how unique it was until I started facing serious challenges from the demons of the land. God showed me a vision, where I saw the kingpins of the occult in Igbo land, wearing red garments sitting on thrones and a man in animal skin reporting me before them. There was so much attack against me physically, financially, against - family, friends, supporters etc. That was when God gave me the name ‘Maduegbunam’ in my dream to sustain me and He also showed me white intercessors praying for me in my dream.

The day I took my banners and handbills for the crusade in Onitsha was the worst day of the riot when many Hausa men were killed in Onitsha. I was determined to go to Onitsha that day even though many people tried to stop me from doing so. I actually saw a man’s body still burning on the Niger Bridge as we crossed from Asaba to Onitsha. On the last day of the crusade, a stormy wind broke all the equipment I had borrowed to do the crusade. I asked ministers of God at the crusade to come up the podium so we could point our hands toward the river Niger to pray against the water spirit in the river. Only one came up. Another minister later told me that a voice told her to leave me alone and go home. After the crusade, God revealed to me that we had hit that strong man with several heavy stones which resulted in the release of many people from his bondage.

However, a few days after I returned to Lagos, riot broke out in many areas of Anambra state- Onitsha, Nnewi, Awka etc. which resulted in the death of many people. Many reasons were given for it. I phoned Rev. Dominic of the National Evangelical Mission Onitsha who was then the chairman of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) Onitsha, who had lent me the equipment that was damaged. He said that rioting was the manifestation of the anger of the water spirit we had dealt with at the crusade.
The reason why I am currently concerned came partly from my experience when I recently went to Ugboukwu to attend the burial of late Rev. Mrs. Ezeokeke, the wife of late Bishop Benson Ezeokeke, General Overseer of Salvation for all Missions, Onitsha who had hosted and encouraged me when I did the 2006 crusade, It appears that the spirit of clannishness, arrogance, mammon worship and occultism that I had led the people to deal with in 2006 has come back full blast and it is the major thing that is hindering the Igbo nation from fulfilling her God given assignment to be key Nigerians in the forefront of evangelizing nations. The Igbo peoples’ God given passion to travel and do what they believe in is supposed to be used to evangelize nations. But the way they are behaving they are killing the vision. That is why God is allowing them to suffer xenophobia and all kinds of harassment in other nations because of His love for them. - It is the child that you love that you deal with seriously when he offends. To make matters worse, I learnt that many Igbo people are going into Islam for the sake of money. In fact I met an Igbo man in Abuja who told me their elder brother led them into Islam. This young man was a drug trafficker until he was arrested and jailed in America. He died in prison and was resurrected by God who caused him to return to Christ. He said that their elder brother is victimizing him for abandoning Islam. Igbo people are called to evangelize Muslims not to go into Islam. I sent out text messages to mostly Igbo people on these issues so they can pray for their deliverance. Then on the 11th of April 2017, I saw a tall man wearing Igbo hat standing beside a black wall on which was pasted - # mark- dripping with blood. God caused me to know that it means Igbo people had made and sealed blood covenant with the devil. This vision caused me to send out afresh prayer request to cancel by the precious blood of Jesus Christ every blood covenant the Igbo nation may have made with the devil.
I know that many Igbo people including my friends would do when they see this message, as I have shared with some of them and have noticed their negative reactions- some in silence and some out rightly telling me I am wrong in my assessment of the situation. Yet there are some like Bro. Obi Okwudili of Harvest Force International, a man from Onitsha who is in total agreement with what I am saying. In fact he suggested I should write this message specifically for Igbo nation. God bless him and others like him in Jesus Name. Apart from what I have stated about the two Igbo names God gave to me, God also gave me the first message in my - His Word For Now Series in Igbo language “Elebe Ndi ugbono Oginni ne me” which my Igbo friends translated to mean “Where are the laborers? “What is happening?” These I believe is His way of authenticating “this Ijebu woman married to an Ijebu man” the boldness to share this message. Also many of my spiritual and financial encouragers over many years have been Igbo people. In fact, one Igbo friend from Enugu State almost singlehandedly financed three of the four major crusades I carried out in Nigeria between 2002 and 2006. Some have even contributed to my international travels. I will still carry out God’s assignment as instructed by Him even if I end up not having friends any more. I have also delivered castigating messages to the Ijaws, Tivs, Ijebus and to UK as led by God over the past 15 years. Incidentally, after my current visit to Nnewi to pray afresh for the Igbo nation, I have been experiencing some spiritual attacks. On the 30th of April, the day after my return to Lagos, I saw a man in the spirit rushing towards me with a machete in his hand. I stood waiting to see what will happen. Suddenly, just before he hit me something veered him away from me and he became illuminated. My prayer is that anyone who had sold himself to the devil to do havoc either against me or the work of God will not succeed but will be transformed to be a holy vessel to work the work of God. I am still repeating and praying that - the Igbo nation will need to cast away and be delivered from the bondage of clannishness, arrogance, necromancy, syncretism, occultism and most especially mammon worship so they can be useful as God intends them to be as ‘evangelizers’ of nations before Jesus comes. - Every church, ministry or enterprise built on occultism, human sacrifice, water spirit foundation in Igbo land and anywhere in Nigeria should be exposed and scattered along with their tentacles in the nations. - That God should cause the perpetrators of this evil to repent and bow before God so that they will not be destroyed along with the works of their hands in Jesus Name.

 God will not ask on the final day their blood from my hand just like He warned me when I was reluctant to deliver His judgment message to the United Kingdom in 2010 Eze.3:18. If I am in trouble with man God will deliver me. But if I get into trouble with God who will deliver me?

God bless the Igbo nation!


Yours in Obedience to God’s Assignment,

Victoria O. Adekoya (Mrs.)

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