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Maureen Badejo

2 Nov
A high Court of Justice, Queen’s Bench, United Kingdom, has ordered Ms. Maureen Badejo to publish a summary of the court’s judgment delivered in favour of the General Overseer of the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries International, Dr. Daniel Olukoya...
23 Oct
The High Court of Justice in London, yesterday, delivered judgment in the case involving the General Overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM) Worldwide, Dr. D. K. Olukoya..
27 Sep 2020
I want to emphasize here that I am doing this as a duty to myself, the public and to God Almighty Jehovah only. I am not in support of any man but in defense of my conscience. First as a Christian who is aware of the imminent 2nd coming of Jesus for judgement; A child…
23 Sep 2020
In the regular marketing environment, it is an established fact that attacking another person’s product is not an enduring strategy. But for new media, everything pays – both the good and the bad – in as much as it yields traffic! I guess the scenario above formed the rationale behind the pot-shots currently being hauled…

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