Possible Implications of America's Shut Down

Saturday 20, January 2018

President Donald Trump of the United States of America

Possible Implications of America's Shut Down

Al Jazeera

Posted by Ambassador T. Brikins

The United States federal government began partial shutdown at midnight Friday after Senate Democrats voted to block a bill over immigration and spending.

A measure to fund the government until the middle of February was passed in the House of Representatives on Thursday. But the Republican-led Senate was unable to sway enough Democrats to vote for the bill that would have kept agencies open.

The shutdown comes after the collapse of bipartisan talks on a US spending bill that hinged on continued protections under the DACA programme for undocumented immigrants, which Democrats support.

It would deliver a "direct and indirect impact" on the US economy, Beth Ann Bovino, a senior economist at financial ratings agency Standard and Poor's (S&P), told Al Jazeera.

Bishop David Oyedepo Warns Nigeria & Asks 12 Questions

Wednesday 17, January 2018

Herdsmen attacks: Transcript of Warning Message for  Nigeria

Posted by Ambassador T.Brikins

Prophets have a duty to warn people and  nations  against impending danger.
I am sent as a prophet to the nation and God grants me access to divine '' confidentialities''  of nations.
I have this wake up call for a nation in a state of slumber.
Insurgency is spreading across the country under the guise of Fulani herdsmen. Danger is looming.
For example, how many of these killers have been brought to book since their campaign of carnage, death and destruction began, one may ask?

Jerusalem: The Greatest Christmas Gift in 2017

Tuesday 9, January 2018


The Greatest Christmas Gift in 2017

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The greatest Christmas gift in 2017 is the recognition of Jerusalem as the eternal capital of Israel by the United States of America.
The Czech Republic also followed the footsteps of the US and said it recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of the state of Israel.
This unprecedented event can be explained in the context of a consistent jubilee cycle in operation over Jerusalem in modern times, whereby every fifty years something dramatic is happening to release the Jerusalem further into its prophetic destiny.

As America Celebrates Independence Today

4th,  July 2017

Faith  &  Words Must Work

Donald Trump
President Donald Trump, 45th  President of the United States of America

Posted by
 Ambassador T. Brikins

Faith is God's Gift,
Love is  God's Gift,
Faith Works by Love.

God's own Country,
Who trust in God,
And  blessed by faith and love.

Now is your  time, 
To  bless  the world with  your faith and Love,
By your words and actions.

This is my wish for America.
What is your wish for America?
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Why Did Former President Jimmy Carter shake passengers' hands aboard Atlanta flight?

June 12th , 2017
Former President Jimmy Carter shakes passengers' hands aboard Atlanta flight
Former President Jimmy Carter Shakes Hands with Passengers

The Fox reports that former President Jimmy Carter was recently spotted on a Delta Air Lines flight, where he shook the hands of every passenger before leaving Atlanta.
James Parker Sheffield tweeted video of the event showing a smiling Carter walking down the aisle as he greeted the surprised passengers.
"I was definitely shocked," said Sheffield. "Who expects a president to be on their commercial flight, let alone making an effort to greet every passenger? Everyone seemed genuinely excited and the overall sentiment was that it was really nice to have that kind of moment where Party or politics didn't matter."
"He didn't say much, because he was also trying to be mindful of the flight needing to leave, but that smile said everything for him. He was very authentic in his interaction with each individual," said Sheffield.
Why do you think former President Jimmy Carter did this?
What lessons for present leaders?
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HE's My Life

June 7th , 2017

It's my birthday.
I have been powered by Your multiplied graces.
Father, I thank You for everything.
Father, I praise You yet for everything .
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How Christians Can Deliver the Ideals of Democracy 2

June 1, 2017

The Day Abacha Died!

If Christians don't Bless  the People, then who will?

Posted by Ambassador T .Brikins

Africans and indeed Nigerians don’t rejoice or  speak evil of  dead persons. But the day Abacha died…exactly nineteen years ago  by June 8, 2017! 
I was forced by the roar outside to dash to the balcony of my office overlooking the historic Queens Street in Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria. The  people shouted. The people leaped and jumped   hysterically in diverse directions. They embraced and carried one another. They raised beer bottles to the open  skies. They sang. They danced.The vehicles blared and hooted their horns in mad frenzy. My radical professor friends from the University of Lagos which is near  came with green branches of trees in their hands, waving and dancing to the rhythmic  chorus, ’Abacha is dead, Abacha is dead, Abacha is dead. Abacha don die’’.
This hysterical expression of happiness marked the end of military rule and the commencement of Nigeria’s march to democracy amid bumps on a road yet to be scientifically defined after 18 years of democratic rule.