Tuesday, December 20, 2022
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Continued from Part 3

"A full-dress biography of the éminence grise of Nigerian politics. Co-authors and spouses Neal-Fayemiwo and Fayemiwo) have joined forces once again to deliver to their readers the portrait of a man in step with history... both authors do readers a good service; Tinubu is an objectively important figure and one any student of contemporary African politics must come to grips with. For that reason alone, this biography is an important and useful book" --- KIRKUS BOOK REVIEWS since 1933, Austin, TX & New York, NY USA May 2017.

EDICATION: This biography is deservedly dedicated to all Nigerians at home and abroad, who fought for the enthronement of genuine democracy in Africa's most populous nation in 1999; and are still struggling to ensure the hard-won democracy would translate into purposeful and responsive leadership ingenuously spearheaded by Asiwaju Bolanle Ahmed Adekunle Tinubu in 2015 in Nigeria.

DEDICATED TO THE MEMORIES OF MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC COALITION (NADECO) AND OTHER DEPARTED ACTIVISTS: -Described by the Agence France Press (AFP) as the first and most potent grassroots political mobilization association of many prominent Nigerians, "including former government ministers and state governors, retired military figures and rights activists" to confront military dictatorship and return to constitutional democracy since Nigeria's independence in 1960, this biography of one of its most prominent leaders is dedicated to other NADECO members and pro-democracy activists. The June 12, 1993, political struggle was, unarguably Nigeria's most potent existential struggle since the Nigerian-Biafra civil war. CHIEF Moshood Kasimawo Olawale Abiola (1937-1998), acclaimed winner, June 12, 1993, presidential election & president-elect & commander-in-chief, Armed Forces Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1993. CHIEF (Mrs.) Kudirat Adeyemi-Abiola (1951-1996), Wife of Chief MKO Abiola & pro-democracy icon, Federal Republic of Nigeria. CHIEF Michael Adekunle Ajasin (1908- 1997), second Asiwaju of Yoruba, first democratically-elected governor, old Ondo state & NADECO leader. PA Alfred Ogbeyiwa Rewane, (1916- 1994) elder statesman & NADECO chieftain. PA Abraham Aderibigbe Adesanya (1922-2008), Senator, third Asiwaju of Yoruba & NADECO leader. CHIEF Ganiyu Oyesola Fawehinmi (1938-2009), leading attorney for pro-democracy activist in Nigeria, author & philanthropist. PA Solanke Ore Onasanya (? - 2001) founding member, NADECO. CHIEF Bola Ige (1930- 2001), former governor, defunct Oyo state, NADECO leader & former attorney-general and minister of justice, Federal Republic of Nigeria. CHIEF Ganiyu Olawale Dawodu (1933-2006), Lagos pro-democracy politician & NADECO leader. MR. Alfred Ilenre (1940-2017), minority rights advocate, environmentalist & pro-democracy icon. MR. Oronto Douglas (1966-2015), minority rights crusader & pro-democracy activist. MR. James Bagauda Kaltho (? - 1996), journalist, writer & pro-democracy activist, The News magazine. MR. Kenule Beeson Saro-Wiwa (1941-1995), environmental rights activist & author. MRS. Alice Ukoko-Ugono (1948-2016), president, women of Nigeria international (WONI), London & pro-democracy activist, UK. MR. Chima Ubani (1963-2005), executive director, civil liberties organization (CLO) & pro-democracy activist. DR Bekolari Ransome-Kuti (1940-2006), founding chairman, campaign for democracy-(CD) & human rights activist. MR. Polycarp Ogbonna Nwite (? - 2010), senator & NADECO chieftain. CHIEF Mrs. Esther Abisoye Tejuosho (1916-1996), businesswoman, founder & chairperson, Tejuosho Industries Limited, Lagos and philanthropist. CHIEF Mrs. Suliat Adedeji (? -1996) Ibadan-based businesswoman, grassroots politician & pro-democracy activist. REVEREND Mark Nwulu (deceased), senator & NADECO chieftain. MR. Alao Aka-Bashorun (1930-2005), founder & president, democratic alternative (DA) & ex-president, Nigerian bar association. MR. Emmanuel Ezeazu (? -2015), former president, national association of Nigerian students (NANS) & pro- democracy activist. MR. Bamidele Aturu (1964-2014) lawyer & pro-democracy activist. MR. Ben Charles-Obi (deceased), journalist, writer & activist. MR. Wariebi Kojo Agamene (deceased), former president, NUPENG & NADECO leader. PRINCE Ademola Adeniji-Adele (1956- 2016) politician & NADECO chieftain. CHIEF Ralph Uwechue (1935-2014), author, publisher, NADECO chieftain (UK) & pan-Africanist. DR. Shola Omatsola, chief security officer, federal airport authority (FAA), Lagos, Nigeria. COMRADE Ola Oni (1933-1999) socialist, activist, and pro-democracy icon. MR. Baba Oluwide Omojola (1938-2013) revolutionary teacher, comrade & labor leader. DR Tunji Otegbeye (1925-2009), foremost Marxist, revolutionary thinker, author & politician. PROFESSOR Eskor Toyo (1929-2015), foremost revolutionary thinker, teacher, author & polemicist. PROFESSOR Bala Usman (1945-2005), Marxist intellectual, comrade & pro-democracy activist. DR Bala Muhammad, politician, academic & activist. PROFESSOR Bade Onimode (1944-2001), revolutionary thinker, author & comrade.

PROFESSOR Ayodele Oluwatuminu Awojobi (1937-1984) inventor, scientist, academic, patriot & activist. DR Augustus Taiwo Solarin (1922-1994), educationist, patriot & pro-democracy icon. MRS. Sheila Solarin (1926- 2012), foremost educationist, activist & human rights crusader. PROFESSOR Chinua Achebe (1930-2013), celebrated author, pan-Africanist, community leader, academic & pro-democracy icon. DR Mariyue Eyeniegi Kolagbodi (deceased), trade unionist & revolutionary thinker.

THOSE WHO SACRIFICED THEIR PERSONAL FREEDOM FOR NIGERIA'S DEMOCRACY: - PROFESSOR Wole Soyinka, Nobel Laureate, NADECO chieftain (UK & USA) & pro-democracy icon. CHIEF Ralph Obioha, former lawmaker & NADECO chieftain (USA). ALHAJI Balarabe Musa, former governor, old Kaduna state & pro-democracy icon. SEN. Ameh Ebute, senate president, Federal Republic of Nigeria (1993) & leading pro-democracy activist. CHIEF Frank Kokori former general secretary, Nigeria union of petroleum and natural gas (NUPENG) & NADECO chieftain. CHIEF Olabiyi Durojaiye, senator, presidential candidate & NADECO chieftain. CHIEF Ndubuisi Godwin Kanu retired rear admiral, former governor, Imo state & leading NADECO activist. GEN. Alani Ipoola Akinrinade, retired army general, former army chief, minister & NADECO leader. AIR COMMODORE Dan Suleiamn, retired general, former governor & NADECO leader. PROFESSOR Bolaji Akinyemi, former minister & NADECO leader. PROFESSOR Akinjide Idowu Osuntokun, former Nigeria's ambassador to Germany and pro- democracy activist. CHIEF Ayo Opadokun, lawyer, politician, NADECO chieftain and pro-democracy icon. CHIEF Wale Oshun, secretary-general, NADECO. CHIEF Cornelius Olatunji Adebayo, former governor, defunct Kwara state, senator & NADECO chieftain. CHIEF Olisa Agbakoba, founding chairman, civil liberties organization (CLO) & senior advocate of Nigeria. MR. Femi Falana, chairman, national association of democratic lawyers (NADL), senior advocate of Nigeria & pro-democracy activist. MR. Adebayo Onanuga, managing director, news agency of Nigeria (NAN) & editor-in-chief, The News magazine. MR. Dapo Olorunyomi, publisher, Premium Times newspapers, Abuja, Nigeria. MR. Babafemi Ojudu, senator & political adviser to President Muhamadu Buhari, Federal Republic of Nigeria. MR. Kunle Ajibade, author, writer, journalist & pro- democracy activist. MR. Seye Kehinde, publisher, City People & pro-democracy activist, Ladi Olorunyomi, journalist & pro- democracy activist. Femi Aborisade, human rights campaigner, politician, and activist.

DR Sylvester Odion-Akhaine, former general secretary, campaign for democracy (CD), pro-democracy activist, author & writer. MR. Abdul Oroh, former, executive director, civil liberties organization (CLO), pro-democracy activist & politician. MR. Fidelis Aidelomon, labor leader & pro- democracy icon. MR. Ebun Olu-Adegboruwa, lawyer & pro- democracy activist. MR. Tunde Akanni, former, CLO campaign officer and political activist. MRS. Chris Anyawu, senator, former newspaper publisher & pro- democracy activist. MR. George Mba, journalist MR. Niran Malaolu, journalist and politician MR. Nosa Igiebo, pioneer editor-in-chief, Tell magazine & president, Tell Communications Limited. MR. Onome Osifo-Whiskey, vice-president, Tell Communications Limited. MR. Dele Omotunde, vice-president, Tell Communications Limited.

DR Josephine Okei-Odumakin, president, campaign for democracy (CD), foremost women's rights activist and NADECO chieftain. MR. Dare Babarinsa, former executive editor, Tell magazine, author, essayist & pro-democracy activist. DR Moshood Ademola Fayemiwo, former students' union leader, publisher/editor-in-chief, Razor magazine, author, writer, columnist & pro-democracy icon. DR. Onje Gye-Wado, former member, national coordinating committee, democracy alternative (DA) & pro-democracy activist. MS. Caroline Embu, former member national coordinating committee, democracy alternative (DA), Jos & pro-democracy activist. MR. Segun Maiyegun, former students' union leader, pro-democracy icon & politician. DR Kayode Fayemi, NADECO activist (UK), former governor. Ekiti state & politician. MR. Tokunbo Afikuyomi, senator, NADECO activist (UK) & politician. MR. Festus Keyamo, lawyer, human rights activist & pro-democracy activist. OGBENI Lanre Banjo, NADECO activist (USA), human rights campaigner & pro-democracy activist. MR. Omoyele Sowore, former students' union leader, publisher, Sahara Reporters & pro-democracy activist. BASHORUN Dele Momodu, NADECO chieftain (UK), publisher, Ovation magazine, pro- democracy icon & former presidential candidate. MR. Bobo Nwosisi, NADECO chieftain & pro-democracy activist. MR. Ike Okonta, author, writer & pro-democracy activist. MR. Ilemakin Soyinka, pro-democracy icon, NADECO leader (UK), writer & activist. MR. Tunde Ajaja, author, writer & pro-democracy activist. DR 'Bunmi Aborisade, former newspaper publisher & pro-democracy activist.

MR. Lloyd Ukwu: counsel- general of NADECO-USA, who registered and incorporated the NADECO-USA and donated his law office in downtown (central business district) Washington, USA. MR. Fred Agbeyegbe, lawyer, poet, author & activist MR. Linus Okoroji MR. Nelson Ekujumi MR. Chido Onumah, author, writer & pro-democracy activist. MR. Nnimmo Bassey, architect & pro-democracy activist. MR. Soji Omotunde, former editor, The African Concord magazine & pro-democracy activist. MR. Tony Orilade, reporter & staff writer, Razor magazine & The News, Lagos. MR. Tokunbo Fakeye, correspondent, Tempo magazine & activist, Lagos. MR. Wale Adeoye, writer, journalist & pro-democracy activist. PROFESSOR Adesegun Banjo, chairman, people's liberation army of Nigeria (PLAN) & pro-democracy icon. PROFESSOR Dipo Fashina, author, writer, philosopher & comrade. MR Jude Sinnee, newspaper agent, Rivers state; MR Okina Deesor, Radio producer, Rivers state; MR. Mohammed Adamu, Abuja correspondent, African Concord, imprisoned; MR Jenkins Alumona, Correspondent, The News magazine; MR Akin Adesokan, reporter & pro- democracy activist, Post Express; MR Rafiu Salau, The News/The Tempo magazines' administrative manager imprisoned; MR. Ben Adaji, Taraba state correspondent of The News magazine imprisoned; DR Frederick Fasheun, pro-democracy icon and founder, Oodua People's Congress (OPC); CHIEF Gani Adams, pro-democracy activist and president, Oodua People's Congress (OPC); DR Amos Akingba, activist; DR Tunji Abayomi, chairman, human rights Africa, lawyer and pro-democracy activist.

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WHY A BOOK ON ASIWAJU? For sixteen years, the Peoples' Democratic Party (PDP)-a phalanx coalition of former Nigerian conservative politicians and retired military generals-ruled Nigeria between 1999 and 2015 with venality. Corruption and waste soared to greater heights in post-military Nigeria and election fixing by the ruling PDP kept few decent men and women out of the mainstream of Nigerian politics. It appeared Nigeria was heading toward a-one-party state as feeble opposition maintained the status quo and a magus of the ruling PDP even boasted that his party would rule Nigeria for 60 years. In a presidential system of government, where it is winner-takes-all, the PDP had a free rein as its leaders dispensed state resources as political largesse and brokerage, leaving the opposition completely weakened and battered. But one Nigerian politician remained undaunted: Asiwaju Bolanle Ahmed Adekunle Tinubu.

Asiwaju rallied the few opposition figures in the nation together and methodically led a coalition of anti- PDP politicians into a coherent whole through the formation of the All-Progressives Congress-APC- in 2014. Setting aside his own political ambition and providing a veritable platform for retired Gen. Muhammad Buhari as the leader of the opposition, Tinubu read the national mood perfectly as Nigerians yearned for a credible change and engineered a revolution in the political history of Nigeria. In March 2015, history was made when retired Gen Muhammadu Buhari, presidential candidate of the APC defeated incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan of the PDP in the Nigerian presidential election. On May 29, 2015, President Muhammadu Buhari, who had unsuccessfully attempted three times to be president, was sworn in as the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. This resulted in the orderly and peaceful transfer of political power from a ruling party to the opposition for the first time in Nigeria's history. The political platform provided by Asiwaju Bolanle Ahmed Adekunle Tinubu, which enabled President Muhamadu Buhari to trounce incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan in the south- west geo-political zone of Nigeria is a political masterstroke. The change that is being celebrated in Nigeria today could be traced to the political wizardry of Asiwaju. This is the first reason the authors have written this book.

The second reason for writing this biography is to celebrate a life-long democrat and an advocate of people power. The fact of the matter is that Asiwaju Tinubu is not a latter day converted democrat. The history of democratic struggle in Nigeria is a tortuous one, and many of today's recipients of the democracy Nigerians are enjoying were not part of the struggle for the so-called dividends of democracy. Asiwaju put his life on the line when it was convenient to preach valor in a void. Of course, there were many pro- democracy activists and human/civil rights crusaders during the giddy years of military dictatorship, but few have been consistent in their political philosophy. It is very important for a public office holder, or anyone aspiring to public service to have an objective and be consistent. Many of our politicians in Nigeria are all-weather politicians, once their personal and selfish interests are satisfied. Asiwaju has consistently been on the side of the Nigerian people beginning from 1983 when he returned from the United States to Nigeria to join progressive forces in nation building. He could have taken the easier road during the June 12, 1993, political struggle and accepted to serve in the Abacha dictatorship to "actualize June 12, 1993, presidential mandate from the inside" as some political jobbers of that era maintained, even though he was nominated for a ministerial appointment. He lost virtually all; in fact, everything during the NADECO years as he was a principal target of the Abacha dictatorship. In addition to being consistent, Asiwaju is also bold. It is not for nothing he is described as the Lion of Bourdillon, Ikoyi in central Lagos where he pitches his lair.

Thirdly and finally; Asiwaju is a strong advocate of federalism, which has now become chic in Nigeria's political lexicon. But his commitment to true restructuring is not mere lip service and sloganeering; he fought for it and demonstrated his belief in it during his two-term governorship of Lagos state. As Mr. Odia Ofeimun, former private secretary of late Chief Obafemi Awolowo, poet, author and former chairman, editorial board, The News magazine aptly observed: "I must say that what is exciting for me about the way Tinubu set out as a governor of Lagos state was that he had a very big dream, and he went after it steadily. And despite effort made by former President Olusegun Obasanjo and his thugs to destroy the state, he stuck to his gun, and he had the very good high sense not to join in the fictitious Yorubaness that Obasanjo explored against all of the others." What he epitomized when he was in public service is what he's still committed to as a private citizen. Asiwaju is a political kingmaker. He is not a tribal jingoist. He doesn't look at Nigeria from the prisms of ethnicity and tribal coloration. Asiwaju should be celebrated for his contribution to Nigeria's democratic evolution and development. This book is our modest contribution to a life-long political activist, a consummate democrat, and a passionate advocate of using public service for the betterment of all. TO BE CONTINUED


There is a recrudescence of attacks, assaults and pillaging by marauders and herdsmen on the peace-loving people of Eha Amufu of Enugu state few hours after this column went to town with the breaking news. The local Janjaweed acted callously and unrestrained as if lawlessness and state of anarchy are now the norms in that part of the country. While we wait on the law enforcement agencies to do their work, our appeal for help and rehabilitation is urgent and direly needed. It is your devoir to chip in your widow's mite at this crucial time in the agonizing period of the defenseless people of Eha Amufu. Our background stories are reproduced below and how you can help is ingeminated once again thus:- "… Of the more than 7.8billion human beings on earth today and still counting, more than 4 billion will celebrate what is unarguably the most populous global festival in the world. Foods of all stripes and smorgasbord of dishes would be available, gifts would be exchanged among celebrants, house warmings, family reunions, conjugal unions, township, and village meetings, and other charettes are usually timed for this season. It is called Christmas; it has been around for more than chiliads and this year 2022 will not be an exception. But amid these jollifications, rollicking. merriments, and gemutlich season, there are some Nigerians that are in tears, sorrows, and sadness. For the people of Eha Amufu in Isi Uzo Local Government Area of Enugu State, Eastern Nigeria, time seems to have left them behind. Many young children will not welcome Santa Claus this year, village meetings and family reunions will not hold, the traditional annual exchange of Xmas gifts will be distant memory and slaughtering of chickens and rice stew will be hard to come by because the entire town has been destroyed by invaders and herdsmen. Children are out of school, parents, and their wards huddle in ramshackle encampments as refugees in their own land and normal business activities are lull to standstill.

According to Hon. Godwin Chidozie Ogenyi, immediate past commissioner for human development and poverty reduction, Enugu state; Eha Amufu is completely ravaged, and the livelihood of the people has been utterly destroyed. "Our children cannot go to school, because of the level of destruction unleashed on us by the invading rustlers and herdsmen."

For avid students of contemporary Nigerian history, Eha Amufu is a very strategic town, for, it is a little-big melting pot of such as it straddles three Nigerian "worlds." You cannot enter the heartland of eastern Nigeria from the northern part of the country without passing through this strategic little village. Ditto, if you are traveling from Iddo Railway Station in Lagos to eastern Nigeria by train, Eha Amufu is a must go-to point. Thus, as Ogenyi disclosed, Eha Amufu is a Big Shoulder not only for easterners, but the many Hausa, Yoruba and other ethnic tribes crisscrossing the east-west and north-southern business axis. Strategically placed to welcome travelers and pastoralists from neighboring Benue, Plateau and Nasarawa states in northern Nigeria, this touchstone was the headquarters for the Red Cross to welcome Ibo refugees from the northern part of the country fleeing the pogrom of the "60s which precipitated the Nigeria-Biafran Civil War. Enugu state prides itself as the Coal City, but the precious natural resource located at Nkalagu cannot be obtained without passing through this important and historical town. Indeed, Eha Amufu was a melting-pot of disparate locals and foreigners that intermingled and bonded together for religious and business activities. But not anymore. The joy and serenity of the town have been shattered and taken away by marauders and pillagers. Eha Amufu is bleeding, and the inhabitants are wailing. Children are out of school; markets have been set on fire and houses destroyed.

*Tears, sorrows and blood in Eha Amufu: Edith became a widow 83 days after her wedding because her husband Joseph Ogbuabor , a Physic teacher in the community school was brutally murdered, while Florence Ogbu's son; Chinonso was hacked down on his way from church service at the village's Christian Fellowship Gathering.

Today, the hardworking people of Eha Amufu need you more than ever before to return to normal life. As you prepare to celebrate this year's Xmas, remember to help those displaced from their homes and chip in your widow's mite for reconstruction.

With hundreds of houses burnt down to ashes and thousands of men, women, and children in internally displaced camp-IDP- the community need building materials to start rebuilding homes, houses, and worship's centers, schools, and recreational centers. The education of the children has been adversely affected because most of the schools have been converted to IDP camps. Many building professionals such as civil engineers, quantity surveyors, brick layers etc. have volunteered to rebuild, but the people need financial resources to purchase building materials. The people of Eha Amufu are mostly farmers, and they need money to purchase agricultural seedlings to feed themselves before the in-coming planting season. As an agrarian community noted outside the state as exporters of food crops to other parts of Nigeria such as rice, cassava, plantain, yams etc., they need your help to rebuild hundreds of hectares of farmlands destroyed by the marauding invaders. They need financial assistance to purchase seedlings and fertilizer and herbicides to go back to farm for next farming season. The good people of Eha Amufu are industrious and proudly hardworking and are not asking for handouts, but a little help to pick the pieces of their lives back together again. Display a benefic heart to our Christian brothers and sisters in the eastern Nigerian heartland this Christmas Season and be their quaesitum today.

Here are the ways you can help with your soupcon grok: - Send your donations to the following organizations toward rebuilding the historical town of Eha Amufu, Isi Uzo LGA, Enugu State: -

*YORDEL, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Account Number: 1025702207 Tel: 08062666448

*Nnamani Odinaka Jeremiah, United Bank of Africa (UBA) Account Number 2076646247 Tel: 08103962436

*Greener Technologies Limited United Bank for Africa (UBA) Account Number: 1012556251 Tel: 08039578342

*For international donors, please use the following bank information: - MONNAC Bank of America Account #: 488 10390 7761 Routing # wires: 026009593, Address:3405 South 31st Street, Temple TX 76502 USA Tel: -+1 844 401 8500



There is no other life to live apart from the life of our Lord Jesus Christ. He is our Creator, believe me. He is not a prophet, He is the Lord God Almighty Himself, because He said so in John 10:30; "I and the Father are one." Again, He said in John 14:9 thus: "

Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father. How can you say, 'Show us the Father'? There is plethora of Bible references for you to know that my Lord, Master, and Savior Jesus Christ is the Sovereign Lord God Almighty Himself. So, if you think you believe in God, you must give your life to our Lord Jesus Christ, because as He again declared to us in John 14:06: "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."

You can give your life to Jesus Christ now! Say this prayer now using Romans 10:9-10: "Jesus Christ, I come to You now with penitent heart and contrite spirit. I confess I am a sinner. I have been living my life the way I want, which is a rebellion against You. I know that nothing good resides in me. That is why I come to You today to forgive me of my sins and rebellion. I believe in my heart that You came to this world over 2,000 years ago. You were born by the Virgin Mary in the city of Bethlehem of Judea. You lived with us for 33 years and was sinless. Then, You went onto the Cross and died for my sins and sins of the world. Then You rose up again three days later after defeating Satan and the hordes of darkness in the nether gloom and today, you are holding the keys of death and hades in Your Hands. Jesus Christ, I confess You with my mouth as my Lord, Master, and Savior. Your Death on the Cross had paid the penalty for my sins and Your resurrection was for my justification. From today onward, I will obey, worship, and praise You. I will not live for my self-centered and egoistical life anymore. I will do what You want me to do. I will serve You for the remainder years of my life. I will tell others about You and witness to others about Your love and works of redemption and finished work on Calvary. Take me as Your Own. Seal me with the Holy Spirt. Enable me to do what You have created me for on this earth. Use me for Your Glory Jesus Christ and let me live my full life span. Let me fulfill my destiny and after I have accomplished the purpose for which You created me and sent me to this earthly temporary realm, I will return to You as the Shepherd of my spirit and soul reign with You in Your Kingdom for eternity in Your Holy Name, Amen."

It is done now. You are saved and are now a child of the Living God. He is your father from now onward. Pray that this Jesus Christ will direct you to a Holy Spirit-filled and Word-based Church in your neighborhood where you can join other believers to grow in your new faith from now on. Please be careful you do not keep company with your former friends and crowds so they will not draw you back to your former ways of life. Remember the Holy Bible says in 2 Corinthians 5:17: "Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come The old has gone, the new is here!" Remember you confessed your sins to the Lord Jesus Christ, and He forgave you, because He cannot lie. Make sure you do not renege on our vows never to commit those sins again. Find a Bible believing Church and tell the pastor or shepherd there that you have just given your life to our Lord, Master and Savior Jesus Christ and you want him to walk you through walking the Christian Walk. Hallelujah! Tell him I sent you and if moved by the Holy Spirit to contact me, shoot me an email: [email protected] Congratulations and welcome to the family of the Living God!

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