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Gov. Ishaku Solicit for Prayers

Taraba state Governor, Arch. Darius Dickson Ishaku has solicited for prayers to enable him succeed in the rescue agenda. Darius Ishaku made the request during a church service at ECWA Goodnews Mayo Gwoi Jalingo. He …

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Gov. Darius Attends Bethel Conference 2016

Taraba state Governor, Arc. Darius Dickson Ishaku at the bethel conference has commended the Christian and non-Christian community for their fervent prayers for both him and the entire state throughout the period of election and …

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Governor Darius Reaffirmed His Commitment to Spread Development to Rural Areas

Taraba State Governor Arch. Darius Dickson Ishaku has reaffirmed his determination to spread development to the rural areas of the State in line with his rescue mission. Governor Darius Ishaku said this recently during a …

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Gen. Yakubu Gowon Calls on Christians to Pray

It was an all prayer affair at the Reformed Church of Christ in Nigeria, RCCN No.1 Magami, Jalingo, when  “Nigeria Prays”, North-East zone convened for a One Day National Prayer Rally in Taraba  with the …

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Former President Yakubu Gowon Worships with First Baptist Church Jalingo

The former president of Nigeria, Yakubu Gowon, Founder of “Nigeria Prays” worships with First Baptist Church Jalingo today 28th February 2016. In attendance are the Commissioners of Works,  Culture, and Tourism. The “Nigeria Prays” program …

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Women Missionary Union Annual Programme

Sunday service became exciting in First Baptist Church Jalingo as Women Missionary Union (WMU) held their annual programme tagged “Working on Your Salvation with Fear and Trembling”. Speaking from the book of Philippians 2:12, the …

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God Has Purpose For Making Me Governor.


Taraba State Governor, Darius Dickson Ishaku says God has a purpose for making him the governor of the state. He stated this during a church service at the Jesus Glorious Army Jalingo. The governor said …

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