Praise God Brethren, God has been faithful to this monthly prophetic program of testimonies tagged POWER IN THE NAME OF JESUS. 

Due to Coronavirus pandemic in the nation. PJIN was put on hold pending the time we would have gathering again.

I’m happy to announce the Opening of POWER IN THE NAME OF JESUS. And I want to invite you to the first edition of our monthly programme, this weekend Saturday 20th March 2021, Time by 8am-10am, @ GOP HALL, Opeyemi crescent Magodo Isheri, Lagos – (Click here for direction) and as well as online

Our theme for this month is God of Miracles.

I bring to you an international minister of God, Evangelist GBOYEGA SHITTA

While worship will be led by an anointed minstrel, SIMPLY OLA.

See fliers below for more detail, please.

God bless you.

Your Dear Sis Oyindamola Adejumo-Ayibiowu ( God of Possibilities Interdenominational)


(A global call to reshape destinies for good)

This is an urgent spiritual call to quickly pray for our kids.
You’re cordially invited to the 2nd edition of the special online prayers for mum tagged MOTHERS LET US PRAY.
This time, our prayers shall snatch our children from the mouth of lions, and they shall be redeemed from the avengers and ancestor’s creditors. We shall suffer no loss in Jesus name.
Date: Saturday 27th March, 2021
Time: 9am -10am
This event will be streamed live on Facebook and on YouTube
For more info:+23409014547498, +2348023277212
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mothers let us pray

Be part of this global gathering: MOTHERS LET US PRAY
Convener: Oyindamola Adejumo-Ayibiowu PhD


Why You Should Register

Registration offers you automatic access to the global prayer meeting because we will send you reminders and even if you miss the meeting, we will send you the video link and the prayer points. Please register and invite other mothers. God bless you.

About the Book

Black and Bold is an Afrocentric inspirational book. Most accounts of top influential people in history are dominated by Europeans whose life experiences may not be perfectly relevant to those of African youths due to the difference in cultural settings. Doubtless, Baba Sala is an African success story that offers many lessons for younger generations of Africans. This book gives an account of how Moses Olaiya Adejumo popularly known as Baba Sala became great by making people laugh. But most importantly, the book explicitly highlights important success principles followed by the veteran entertainer. These principles can help you reach great heights.


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Speaking on some of the challenges that come with maintaining a band, she told Sunday Scoop, “Any musician that is not ‘solid’ cannot maintain a band. Music is not cheap but some churches don’t realise that. A musician cannot go alone to perform, they have to go with their band. Meanwhile, these instrumentalists are professionals and they make a living through music, so they need to be paid. I have maintained the same band for about 15 years. What has helped me is the fact that I am financing my music career from another source, and it has not been easy.”

Shedding light on her current projects, she said, “I sing traditional and contemporary gospel music. I am also a researcher and development economist. Basically, I am a multi-faceted person with many sides. I am currently building an ultramodern live studio. The motive (for building the studio) is so that I can produce regular live worship sessions. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way of doing things. Now, the best way for most musicians to reach their fans is through live recording and online streaming, not concerts like it used to be. Not having my own studio was a barrier because if I wanted to reach my audience, I would have to pay for studio sessions and bring in instrumentalists. But, those things are not sustainable. I am also working on a new album but I want to record it in my own studio.”

Speaking on what motivates her as a writer, Adejumo-Ayibiowu, said, “It depends on what motivates (the particular book). Writing takes so much time and for me as a gospel artiste, it is not something I would have been interested in. But because of my job, some of those books were written to build my career, and some for inspiration. For example, my book Black and Bold was written to inspire black people. I believe in African solutions for African problems. I realised that in most inspirational books, Western personalities were used as role models. However, these are people that do not face what we go through here in Africa. When my father died, it struck me that he was a great man and there were many things to be learnt from his life. So, that was motivated me to write the book. I have also written books on tax processes and other issues.”

Extracted from Punch Newspaper 

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