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Nonnie declares ‘War’ In New Song



Prophetess Nonnie

Though it has not been officially released Prophet Nonnie Roberson’s Zion take your place, an awe-inspiring song produced by Joseph Fabs, refers to the new generation of believers as Zion who must make haste to take their place both on earth and in heaven.

She backs her position with the biblical injunction, ‘the kingdom of God suffereth violence and the violent taketh it by force.’ The prophetess, known for her controversial messages, asserts that people should hold their government accountable for every action they take.

The song calls for the radicalization of the gospel of Christ in order to achieve the purpose of God’s creation, noting, “Unless we realise our strength and our place, we will remain stagnant”.

The President of Nigerian Women in Clergy who does not believe that church should hold only on Sundays in her song urges Nigerian and African youths as well as potential leaders to take their place in governance, ask questions where necessary and possess their possession as they are sons and daughters of Zion with the authority to change their own destiny.

The song also reawakens the consciousness of an average believer who may have given up on himself, his family, his career and his country, and urges him to wake up from slumber and act proactively to change otherwise hopeless situation.

The song which will be officially released on September 7, 2015 upholds positive thinking as against helplessness, and urges the sons and daughters of Zion to see a brighter future instead of a past characterised by darkness.

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