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Don’t be in a hurry to travel out – Pastor tells Nigerians

The founder and the General Overseer of Champions Royal Assembly, Kubwa, Abuja, Bro Joshua Iginla, has joined his voice to the widespread condemnation greeting the alleged killings of migrants and human trafficking going on in the country, describing it as man’s wickedness against another.

Apostle Suleiman, Iginla for Nollywood Awards

Fierce preacher, Apostle Johnson Suleiman and Pastor Joshua Iginla, have been nominated for the maiden edition of the Nollywood Ambassadors Awards (NAA) slated to hold in Abuja on Sept. 29.

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