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 24th December, 2019


Dear Sirs,

I chose to send this letter to you openly because of the rigors it might take to bring it personally to ALL of you. Please accept my apology for my inability to bring it personally.

A few days ago, on 20th December, 2019 to be specific, I wrote a message to all Nigerian Christians titled NIGERIAN CHURCH ON REBELLION COURSE. It is a follow up of other publications that I have received grace to write to the Church.

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11th May, 2014

Transcript of a presentation delivered by Bosun Emmanuel at the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Canaan Land Parish.

My name is Bosun Emmanuel. A little bit about myself and the ministry: I was ordained in the Redeemed Christian Church of God as an Assistant Pastor, as a full pastor and I was the National Coordinator of the RCCG in Germany for many years. The Lord sent us packing from Germany in 2006, and told me to go back home. Of course you wouldn’t want to return to Nigeria if you were living in Germany – you know what I mean. And when we asked, “What are we supposed to do in Nigeria? There is nothing.” He said “You have an assignment, go and meet the information needs of the Church. The Church in Nigeria lacks information.” And the Bible says my people perish for lack of knowledge.

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Thursday 7th March, 2013

To my brothers and sisters in the Lord,

Have we not all one father? hath not one God created us? why do we deal treacherously every man against his brother, by profaning the covenant of our fathers? Mal. 2: 10

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His Eminence, Cardinal Okogie

His Grace, the Archbishop Adewale Martins

His Lordship, Bishop Matthew Kukah

Distinguished panelists on the high table,

Highly respected Priests and leaders of the Catholic Church

Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen,

I wish to thank the Catholic Men’s Guild of the Church of Assumption, Falomo, Lagos, for the privilege to participate again in this Annual Conference deliberating on the State of the Nigerian Church. I want to thank Brother Matthew Egbadon who ensured that I participate in this year’s Conference. Of course, I would remember Mrs. Bridget Itsueli who graciously introduced me to the Men’s Guild.

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I am writing this treatise as a result of requests made by some Christians to me for enlightenment about what is happening to Christianity in Nigeria, and more importantly, what are we going to do? I acknowledge that “we know in part and we prophesy in part”, therefore, I shall be sharing from the “part” that I know, fully conscious that other people may still possess superior revelations. I also wish to acknowledge that I am fully conscious of the risk that I am taking due to the cynicism of some Christians, particularly, some Christian elites who have reduced everything spiritual to politics. It does not matter how logical and sensible the presentation may be, for them it would still be viewed through political lenses, either Church politics or national politics. Therefore I would not be surprised if some people abandon the issues in this write up and commence raising diversionary issues.

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