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Prayer points for today 29th October, 2020 by Pastor Timothy Ogunyemi

Prayer points for today 29th October, 2020 by Pastor Timothy Ogunyemi

BIBLE REDING:  Isaiah 49. 

 

1. Father, I thank You for Your powerful words that created all things. 

2. From the midst of the courses which my father's children are struggling to be delivered, I come out by the voice of the Lord in the name of Jesus.

3. Holy Ghost fire fill my life in the name of Jesus.

 4. Every power that snatches my blessings when I am asleep, be wasted by fire in the name of Jesus. 

 5. Every power ambushing my old age so that it can use my children to afflict me, Holy Ghost fire burn them to ashes in the name of Jesus. 

 6. The room of destiny where my life has been sold, Holy Ghost take me away from there. 

 7. My father and my God cover my life with your glory in the name of Jesus. 

 8. The law of don't go far in my foundation, Blood of Jesus swallow it in the name of Jesus. 

 9. The law enforcer of my father's house loose your grip over me in the name of Jesus.

 JESUS LOVE YOU. * 

YORUBA TRANSLATION:

KOKO ADURA FUN 29/10/2020 

Isaya 49, 

 1. Oluwa modupe fun ohun agbara Re to seda oun gbogbo.

 2. Ninu egun ti gbogbo omo iya mi tin la kaka, mo jade pelu ohun itusile l'oruko Jesu. 

 3. Ina Emi-Mimo, kun inu aiye mi l'oruko Jesu.

 4. Gbogbo agbara to nja ibukun mi gba l'oju orun, e sofo daanu pelu ina l'oruko Jesu. 

 5. Agbara to nduro de mi ni ale aiye mi lati fi ina omo jo mi, ina Oluwa fi won sofo. 

 6. Ninu yara alajobi ti ati aiye mi mo, ina gbe mi jade.

 7. Baba mi, Olorun mi, fi ogo Re bo aiye mi l'oruko Jesu. 

 8. Ofin marinjina ninu ipinle mi, Eje Jesu gbe mi.

 9 Agbofinro ile baba mi, jawo l'ara mi pelu ina l'oruko Jesu. 

 * JESU FERAN RE.

Pastor Timothy O. Ogunyemi

BIBLE REDING:  Isaiah 49. 

 

1. Father, I thank You for Your powerful words that created all things. 

2. From the midst of the courses which my father's children are struggling to be delivered, I come out by the voice of the Lord in the name of Jesus.

3. Holy Ghost fire fill my life in the name of Jesus.

 4. Every power that snatches my blessings when I am asleep, be wasted by fire in the name of Jesus. 

 5. Every power ambushing my old age so that it can use my children to afflict me, Holy Ghost fire burn them to ashes in the name of Jesus. 

 6. The room of destiny where my life has been sold, Holy Ghost take me away from there. 

 7. My father and my God cover my life with your glory in the name of Jesus. 

 8. The law of don't go far in my foundation, Blood of Jesus swallow it in the name of Jesus. 

 9. The law enforcer of my father's house loose your grip over me in the name of Jesus.

 JESUS LOVE YOU. * 

YORUBA TRANSLATION:

KOKO ADURA FUN 29/10/2020 

Isaya 49, 

 1. Oluwa modupe fun ohun agbara Re to seda oun gbogbo.

 2. Ninu egun ti gbogbo omo iya mi tin la kaka, mo jade pelu ohun itusile l'oruko Jesu. 

 3. Ina Emi-Mimo, kun inu aiye mi l'oruko Jesu.

 4. Gbogbo agbara to nja ibukun mi gba l'oju orun, e sofo daanu pelu ina l'oruko Jesu. 

 5. Agbara to nduro de mi ni ale aiye mi lati fi ina omo jo mi, ina Oluwa fi won sofo. 

 6. Ninu yara alajobi ti ati aiye mi mo, ina gbe mi jade.

 7. Baba mi, Olorun mi, fi ogo Re bo aiye mi l'oruko Jesu. 

 8. Ofin marinjina ninu ipinle mi, Eje Jesu gbe mi.

 9 Agbofinro ile baba mi, jawo l'ara mi pelu ina l'oruko Jesu. 

 * JESU FERAN RE.

Pastor Timothy O. Ogunyemi

OSUN STATE: RELAXATION OF 24-HOUR CURFEW DECLARED IN THE STATE ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2020

OSUN STATE: RELAXATION OF 24-HOUR CURFEW DECLARED IN THE STATE ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2020

 

Profile picture of military officers enforcing curfew in Ilesa, Osun State.

Following the high level of compliance with the 24-hour curfew declared last Saturday to forestall further breakdown of law and order in the State, the Governor of the State of Osun, Mr. Adegboyega Oyetola, has approved the relaxation of the curfew period, effective from tomorrow, Thursday, October 29, 2020.


#Consequently, the curfew will now run from 8:00pm to 6:00am daily. 


#Security operatives will still remain on the streets to enforce the new curfew directive with a view to further maintaining law and order. 


#Also, all motorcycle operators will now operate from 6:00am to 8:00pm daily. This will subsist even after the curfew  is completely lifted.


#As we all know, the curfew was never declared in the first instance to inflict hardship on our people but to protect them and return normalcy to the State. 


#We appreciate President Muhammadu Buhari and all the security agencies for their various roles in ensuring that normalcy and peace return to our State.


#We commend the residents and citizens of Osun for their show of understanding and cooperation in the last five days of the curfew. 


#We also laud our youths for displaying high sense of maturity and understanding in calling off any form of protest in light of the prevailing circumstances.


#Government remains committed to the cause of our youths and shall take every necessary step to ensure their welfare.


#Government also commends those who took advantage of the amnesty period to return looted items in line with the Omoluabi ethos for which we are known.


#Whistle Blowers could still reach out to us on 08187187678  for information on looted items.


However, effective from tomorrow, Thursday, October 29, anyone found to be in possession of any looted item will be arrested, investigated and prosecuted as earlier announced.  


#All citizens and residents are enjoined to be peaceful and be law abiding as all efforts shall be made to protect them and their property.


#May God continue to bless and keep our State safe.


Signed: Prince Wole Oyebamiji

SSG, State of Osun.

October 28, 2020

 

Profile picture of military officers enforcing curfew in Ilesa, Osun State.

Following the high level of compliance with the 24-hour curfew declared last Saturday to forestall further breakdown of law and order in the State, the Governor of the State of Osun, Mr. Adegboyega Oyetola, has approved the relaxation of the curfew period, effective from tomorrow, Thursday, October 29, 2020.


#Consequently, the curfew will now run from 8:00pm to 6:00am daily. 


#Security operatives will still remain on the streets to enforce the new curfew directive with a view to further maintaining law and order. 


#Also, all motorcycle operators will now operate from 6:00am to 8:00pm daily. This will subsist even after the curfew  is completely lifted.


#As we all know, the curfew was never declared in the first instance to inflict hardship on our people but to protect them and return normalcy to the State. 


#We appreciate President Muhammadu Buhari and all the security agencies for their various roles in ensuring that normalcy and peace return to our State.


#We commend the residents and citizens of Osun for their show of understanding and cooperation in the last five days of the curfew. 


#We also laud our youths for displaying high sense of maturity and understanding in calling off any form of protest in light of the prevailing circumstances.


#Government remains committed to the cause of our youths and shall take every necessary step to ensure their welfare.


#Government also commends those who took advantage of the amnesty period to return looted items in line with the Omoluabi ethos for which we are known.


#Whistle Blowers could still reach out to us on 08187187678  for information on looted items.


However, effective from tomorrow, Thursday, October 29, anyone found to be in possession of any looted item will be arrested, investigated and prosecuted as earlier announced.  


#All citizens and residents are enjoined to be peaceful and be law abiding as all efforts shall be made to protect them and their property.


#May God continue to bless and keep our State safe.


Signed: Prince Wole Oyebamiji

SSG, State of Osun.

October 28, 2020

#LekkiMassacre: At least 56 people have died across the country since protests began, there should be no cover up - AI

#LekkiMassacre: At least 56 people have died across the country since protests began, there should be no cover up - AI

 AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL  


PRESS RELEASE 


28 October 2020 


Nigeria: Authorities must stop attempts to cover up Lekki Toll Gate massacre – new investigative timeline 


The Nigerian authorities’ must end their attempts to cover up the Lekki Toll Gate massacre, Amnesty International said, as it released a new timeline investigating the atrocity one week later. 


The timeline – available here – collates photographs and video footage to confirm that Nigerian Army vehicles left Bonny Camp, a military base approximately a seven-minute drive from the toll gate, at 6:29pm local time on 20 October.   


Footage then tracks the vehicles to the toll gate. At approximately 6:45pm, the Nigerian military opened fire on the #EndSars protesters who were peacefully calling for an end to police brutality. 


“What happened at Lekki Toll Gate has all the traits of the Nigerian authorities’ pattern of a cover-up whenever their defence and security forces commit unlawful killings,” said Osai Ojigho, Country Director of Amnesty International. 


“One week on, the Nigerian authorities still have many questions to answer: who ordered the use of lethal force on peaceful protesters? Why were CCTV cameras on the scene dismantled in advance? And who ordered electricity being turned off minutes before the military opened fire on protesters? 


“The initial denials of the involvement of soldiers in the shooting was followed by the shameful denial of the loss of lives as a result of the military’s attack against the protests.  


“Many people are still missing since the day of the incident, and credible evidence shows that the military prevented ambulances from reaching the severely injured in the aftermath.” 

Amnesty International is again calling on Nigerian authorities to bring to justice those behind the shooting and to protect those who are exercising their right to freedom of assembly. The organization is still investigating the shooting, and the reported removal of bodies of those killed by the military in an attempt to remove evidence. 

Tracking the military’s movements  


Amnesty International’s Crisis Response experts investigated and verified social media videos and photographs that confirm the Nigerian security forces were present at the Lekki Toll Gate when the shootings occurred.  


At 6:29pm local time in Lagos, two military vehicles were filmed leaving Bonny Camp on videos shared on social media. Later footage shows four vehicles with flashing lights in a convoy, and they appear to be vehicles used by the Nigerian military and police. 


profile picture from Osogbo EndSars protest
The same vehicles head east along Ozumba Mbadiwe Avenue - which changes its name to the Lekki-Epe Expressway - in the direction of the Lekki Toll Gate. On this route, the vehicles pass several international embassies and consulates, including the Japanese Embassy and the Australian High Commission.  


Further photographs and footage capture the vehicles arriving at the toll gate, before the peaceful protest is disrupted by men in military uniform and gunfire is heard. As night time descended, protesters continued to film and share videos of the shootings. Later in the evening, videos of the victims were also shared on social media.   


Background  


Amnesty International has been monitoring developments across Nigeria since the #EndSars protest began on 8 October 2020.  


Nigerians have been taking to the streets, peacefully demanding an end to police brutality, extrajudicial executions and extortion by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), a unit of the Nigerian police tasked with fighting violent crimes.   


At least 56 people have died across the country since protests began. In multiple cases, the security forces have used excessive force in an attempt to control or stop the protests.    


ENDS

 AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL  


PRESS RELEASE 


28 October 2020 


Nigeria: Authorities must stop attempts to cover up Lekki Toll Gate massacre – new investigative timeline 


The Nigerian authorities’ must end their attempts to cover up the Lekki Toll Gate massacre, Amnesty International said, as it released a new timeline investigating the atrocity one week later. 


The timeline – available here – collates photographs and video footage to confirm that Nigerian Army vehicles left Bonny Camp, a military base approximately a seven-minute drive from the toll gate, at 6:29pm local time on 20 October.   


Footage then tracks the vehicles to the toll gate. At approximately 6:45pm, the Nigerian military opened fire on the #EndSars protesters who were peacefully calling for an end to police brutality. 


“What happened at Lekki Toll Gate has all the traits of the Nigerian authorities’ pattern of a cover-up whenever their defence and security forces commit unlawful killings,” said Osai Ojigho, Country Director of Amnesty International. 


“One week on, the Nigerian authorities still have many questions to answer: who ordered the use of lethal force on peaceful protesters? Why were CCTV cameras on the scene dismantled in advance? And who ordered electricity being turned off minutes before the military opened fire on protesters? 


“The initial denials of the involvement of soldiers in the shooting was followed by the shameful denial of the loss of lives as a result of the military’s attack against the protests.  


“Many people are still missing since the day of the incident, and credible evidence shows that the military prevented ambulances from reaching the severely injured in the aftermath.” 

Amnesty International is again calling on Nigerian authorities to bring to justice those behind the shooting and to protect those who are exercising their right to freedom of assembly. The organization is still investigating the shooting, and the reported removal of bodies of those killed by the military in an attempt to remove evidence. 

Tracking the military’s movements  


Amnesty International’s Crisis Response experts investigated and verified social media videos and photographs that confirm the Nigerian security forces were present at the Lekki Toll Gate when the shootings occurred.  


At 6:29pm local time in Lagos, two military vehicles were filmed leaving Bonny Camp on videos shared on social media. Later footage shows four vehicles with flashing lights in a convoy, and they appear to be vehicles used by the Nigerian military and police. 


profile picture from Osogbo EndSars protest
The same vehicles head east along Ozumba Mbadiwe Avenue - which changes its name to the Lekki-Epe Expressway - in the direction of the Lekki Toll Gate. On this route, the vehicles pass several international embassies and consulates, including the Japanese Embassy and the Australian High Commission.  


Further photographs and footage capture the vehicles arriving at the toll gate, before the peaceful protest is disrupted by men in military uniform and gunfire is heard. As night time descended, protesters continued to film and share videos of the shootings. Later in the evening, videos of the victims were also shared on social media.   


Background  


Amnesty International has been monitoring developments across Nigeria since the #EndSars protest began on 8 October 2020.  


Nigerians have been taking to the streets, peacefully demanding an end to police brutality, extrajudicial executions and extortion by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), a unit of the Nigerian police tasked with fighting violent crimes.   


At least 56 people have died across the country since protests began. In multiple cases, the security forces have used excessive force in an attempt to control or stop the protests.    


ENDS

PRAYER POINTS FOR TODAY 28TH OCTOBER, 2020 BY PASTOR TIMOTHY OGUNYEMI

PRAYER POINTS FOR TODAY 28TH OCTOBER, 2020 BY PASTOR TIMOTHY OGUNYEMI

 PRAY WITH PSALM 2



1. I thank You Lord for You are the only one that 

answers prayer.


2. Every messenger of death assigned to defraud me of 

my inheritance, begin to kill yourself in Jesus' name


3. Zeal of the Lord, consume me to be able to identify 

with Jesus openly.


4. Lord by mercy, release my inheritance to me in Jesus' 

name.


5. Flood my heart with the light of heaven.


6. Lord by mercy, turn my curses to blessing.


7. Rage of blood drinkers of the night, drink your own 

blood in Jesus' name.


8. Every power organized to embarrass me, be scattered by fire in Jesus' name.


Yoruba Translation:

KOKO ADURA FUN 28/10/20 GBADURA PELU ORIN DAFIDI 2.


1. MODUPE l'owo Re Oluwa to ri wipe Iwo nikan ni 

oun gbo adura.


2. Gbogbo iranse iku eleyi ti a yan wipe ki o ja mi lole ini 

mi, e bere si ni para yin ni oruko Jesu


3. Itara Olorun, gbe mi wok i nbale mo Jesu nikan 

nigbangba.


4. Olorun, nipa aanu, yonda ini mi fun mi ni oruko Jesu.


5. Kun okan mi pelu imole t'orun.


6. Olorun, nipase aanu, yi egun mi pada si ibukun.


7. Ijakadi awon mujemuje oru, e mu eje ara yin l'oruko 

Jesu.


8. Gbogbo agbara ti a ran nise lati doju ti mi, e tuka pelu ina ni oruko Jesu.


PASTOR TIMOTHY OLUAEGUN OGUNYEMI

[email protected]

 PRAY WITH PSALM 2



1. I thank You Lord for You are the only one that 

answers prayer.


2. Every messenger of death assigned to defraud me of 

my inheritance, begin to kill yourself in Jesus' name


3. Zeal of the Lord, consume me to be able to identify 

with Jesus openly.


4. Lord by mercy, release my inheritance to me in Jesus' 

name.


5. Flood my heart with the light of heaven.


6. Lord by mercy, turn my curses to blessing.


7. Rage of blood drinkers of the night, drink your own 

blood in Jesus' name.


8. Every power organized to embarrass me, be scattered by fire in Jesus' name.


Yoruba Translation:

KOKO ADURA FUN 28/10/20 GBADURA PELU ORIN DAFIDI 2.


1. MODUPE l'owo Re Oluwa to ri wipe Iwo nikan ni 

oun gbo adura.


2. Gbogbo iranse iku eleyi ti a yan wipe ki o ja mi lole ini 

mi, e bere si ni para yin ni oruko Jesu


3. Itara Olorun, gbe mi wok i nbale mo Jesu nikan 

nigbangba.


4. Olorun, nipa aanu, yonda ini mi fun mi ni oruko Jesu.


5. Kun okan mi pelu imole t'orun.


6. Olorun, nipase aanu, yi egun mi pada si ibukun.


7. Ijakadi awon mujemuje oru, e mu eje ara yin l'oruko 

Jesu.


8. Gbogbo agbara ti a ran nise lati doju ti mi, e tuka pelu ina ni oruko Jesu.


PASTOR TIMOTHY OLUAEGUN OGUNYEMI

[email protected]

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