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Prayer by men who maltreat their wives can’t be answered, says Mike Bamiloye

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Mike Bamiloye, the clergyman, says prayer by men who maltreat their wives can’t be answered.

The founder of Mount Zion Faith Ministries International spoke of men who subject their wives to maltreatment.

In a post via his Facebook page on Tuesday, he stated the prayers of men who hurt their wives can’t be answered.

“Men and bros, listen to me! Men and brethren, listen to me. When you are maltreating your wife, it is yourself you are doing!” the clergyman said.

“When you are hurting your wife, it is yourself you are hurting. When you are starving your wife to punish her, it is yourself you are starving.

“Listen to me, bros and men. Your prayers will not be able to turn the situation around when you are violent and inhumane and inconsiderate and unloving to the wife of our youth. She cries all night long, you don’t even care.”

Mike Bamiloye said any man who “insults, starves, punishes, or maltreats” his wife is ruining himself.

“She hurts terribly in her heart. You don’t even look in her direction. You abandon her at home with three or four children and go your way on a business trip and personal vacation, cruising from cost to cost,” the pastor added.

“You are only making a deposit to a bank of future calamity and you will make your withdrawals with full interest. You cannot miss your rewards, it is yourself you are doing. Well done.

“Clap for yourself for maltreating the wife you vowed in the presence of God and witness of the church to love and cherish in sickness, and in health, for better and for worse. You are doing yourself.”

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Many injured as gunmen attack mosque in Delta during morning prayers

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Gunmen, on Friday morning, attacked a mosque in Ughelli, Delta state, leaving 11 worshippers injured.

NAN quoted a resident as saying the attack took place at about 6:47am when some Muslim faithful were holding their morning prayers at the central mosque, located along Okoroda street in Ughelli.

The witness said many residents were jolted from their sleep by gunshots followed by loud cries from people inside the mosque.

“My name is Larry, I am commercial vehicle driver here in Ughelli. I live very close to the central mosque, so this morning at about 6.45 am we heard shooting at the mosque,” the resident reportedly said.

“Because of fear, many people in my compound were frightened and we remained inside only peeping through our windows.

“As the shooting lasted, we heard loud cries from some worshippers inside the mosque.”

He said after the invaders left, many residents thronged to the mosque to see what happened.

“Because of fear, many people in my compound were frightened and we remained inside only peeping through our windows.

“As the shooting lasted, we heard loud cries from some worshippers inside the mosque.”

He said after the invaders left, many residents thronged to the mosque to see what happened.

He said the residents helped to evacuate injured worshippers, adding that the survivors suffered severe injuries.

Larry was quoted as saying some of the worshippers told residents that three persons were taken away by the gunmen.

Bright Edafe, Delta police spokesperson, confirmed the incident, saying only 11 worshippers were injured in the attack.

He, however, did not confirm the abduction of three worshippers.

“I just called the DPO at Ughelli and he confirmed to me that 11 persons were injured in the attack at the mosque,” he said.

“However, the police have commenced investigation into the incident and we will update you as we work to unravel the culprits.

“For now, no arrest has been made but I can assure you that we will get those involved.”

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Senior Pastor of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo looks good during live ministering at the COZA Manchester Special Sunday Service in the UK.

It will be recalled that on Friday, COZA shared photos of the cleric and his team ahead of a scheduled special Sunday service at the evolution suite inside the stadium on November 27.

The picture generated some reactions as people question his state of health.

Reports indicate Fatoyinbo survived a life-threatening illness that began in April 2022 and since his recovery process, he has opened two more international branches in Birmingham and Manchester.

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‘Stop running to Pastors for Prayer, engage more in personal prayer’ – Kumuyi tells Christians

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The General Superintendent of Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor William Kumuyi has advised Christians to reduce the rate at which they rush to pastors for prayers and instead engage in personal prayer with God.

Speaking at a ministers’ conference, the cleric

said it was totally wrong for people to shift their personal responsibility of taking their problems to God for divine solutions to their pastors which is what is in vogue nowadays.

Drawing his teaching from the book of Exodus 33:1-3, 12-15, Pastor Kumuyi said, like Moses, Joshua and Elijah who were exhausted yet created time to hear from God, ministers must wrestle in the presence of God so as to get strength and power to move their vision.

Speaking on the topic, “An extraordinary Ministration to an Exhausted Minister” Kumuyi recalled that on the verge of his death, Jesus personally sought the face of his father, therefore, leaders and professionals should also take out time to seek the face of God.

According to him: “The trendy situation where people are shifting personal responsibility of taking their problems to God for a divine solution to their pastors is totally wrong. We are in a pray-for-me generation. A generation that feels they cannot live except somebody does it for them.

He noted that: “There is a need for personal prayer. Pulpit prayer is good but personal prayer is very necessary. Whatever is happening in your life engage in personal prayer. We must do less talking to men and talk more to God. Jesus personally approached the father at His point of death. Do not be so busy with the work of the Lord without the Lord of the work.”

Pastor Kumuyi admonished: “Just like Moses, we should not be satisfied with the presence of an angel because direct communication with God without an intermediary with an angel is the best for the Ministry.”

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