Friday, October 1, 2010
Here are some of the topics that the various speakers will speak on:
Rev Sam Adeyemi: The Power to create the change is ni you. Learn to use it.
Prof Osibajo: The Laws that made Nations great.
Ibukun Awosika: Going past challenges powering Nigeria's Economic and Social Development through identifying opportunities.
Leke Alder: Take the Future.
Prof Bayo Olukoshi: Golden Values and Principles of Nation building: A reflection of Nigeria @ 50
Opeyemi Agbaje: Strategy is not complex.
Thelma Ekiyor: Anchoring Phillantropy in Nation Building
Poju Oyemade: Stirring Up the Intellectual Grassroots of a Nation.
Whether at the venue, viewing via Channels TV or watching it streamed online...the Platform will be power-packed.
So don’t keep it to yourself. Spread the word.
HAPPY 50th INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATIONS NIGERIANS!!
Thursday, September 23, 2010
In a few days we will be celebrating 50 years of Nigeria's Independence. To many the reality of the times doesn't call for a celebration but a deep sense of reflection.
This is however the path many have gone through in their quiet private moments ending up with a sense of helplessness in that as much as they hate things the way they are, they feel the lack of power to produce that necessary change. They lack the power to build a world class infrastructure on a national scale, a public school system that works, an efficient healthcare system and an orderly modern society built on law and technology.
Hope about building a great country begins to fade somewhere deep within their consciousness and that desire is replaced by a determination among a few to pursue personal success against all odds and become that 'self-made man' idolised by entrepreneurial societies like Nigeria.
To others who don't possess such fierce individual drive, quitting the stage whichever way that is interpreted becomes their goal. This could be realised by either leaving the geographical space called Nigeria or remaining here while playing the victim, blaming the environment for personal woes and inability to produce.
To be honest this edition of the Platform is directed at the first category of people, the able men and women within our society. The class who have shown incredible courage and intelligence against all odds.
This Platform is for you to answer that new call. What can I do to shape the country I love and how I can go about it?
The call is to bridge the divide between seeking just to use your power to achieve your personal goals and protect yourself from the broken society around you, but also to release that power into your environment to rebuild it.
By answering this call, not only do you experience a quantum leap in the realisation of your personal goals but a sense of true citizenship and personal identity is discovered..Pastor Poju Oyemade
The formidable list of speakers for October 2nd is out! We have our very own Pastor Poju, Professor Bayo Olukoshi, Professor Yemi Osibajo, Mr. Leke Alder, Rev Sam Adeyemi, Opeyemi Agbaje, Thelma Ekiyor and Ibukun Awosika as the faculty for this edition!
If you have ever heard any of these speakers, you must know that you’re in for not just plain talking, but insights that will not just amaze, challenge you, but also prompt you to ACT on what you’ve learned.
Click on the link below to view their profiles and retrieve more breaking news!
Please forward, pass on and send this information to friends, family, foes, acquaintances and everyone that you know. Do NOT KEEP THIS TO YOURSELF!
Spread the message and let others participate...from wherever they are!
The 17th is finally here...This is the time for those that would like to be at the Platform venue LIVE to register.
Just go to the website and register.
Here is the link http://www.theplatformnigeria.com/register.php
If you don’t register, you will NOT be given admittance to the venue. Once you have done the needful, the confirmation and code will be sent to you.
Ensure that you fill ALL the required slots e.g. phone number, name, email address. The compulsory fields are a MUST fill so if you do anything...DON’T FORGET TO FILL THEM.
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
There would be a Faith Seminar with Pastor Poju Oyemade on Saturday, June 12, 2010.
Time would be 9.00- 12.00pm.
Location: National Institute of Sports, National Stadium, Surulere.
Kindly note that the Faith Seminar is on Saturday NOT on Sunday.Invite your friends and family.
It would be loaded
Covenant Christian Centre presents Verse by Verse The Book of Galatians
Covenant Christian Centre would be having a six week (every Wednesday) teaching on the book of Galatians by Pastor Poju Oyemade.
Time is 6.30pm- 8.00pm.
Start Time: Wednesday, June 2, 2010 at 6:30pm
End Time: Wednesday, July 7, 2010 at 8:30pm
Location: Yaba Centre--400, Herbert Macaulay way, Jibowu, Yaba
Friday, April 30, 2010
The Platform ( MAY 1ST, 2010)
VENUE: Tafawa Balewa Square
Let us discover tools and techniques for achieving superior results at the Platform.
For more info./ registration visit : www.theplatformnigeria.com
Please be there.
IT IS FREE! IT IS FREE!
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Here's the information about the Faith Seminar scheduled for London in May.
Date: Saturday, 15th May 2010
Time: 10am, 12noon & 2:00pm prompt
Venue: Hilton Metropole, 225 Edgware Rd. W2 1JU
Topic: Understanding the Practice of Faith
As usual don't forget to invite friends, family, colleagues and everyone you know that will benefit.
There will be 3 sessions in all, so those attending can sync their schedules to make at least one!
Get cracking and send out those evites from the website!
Seek His face...
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
The Benin Faith Seminar is scheduled for SATURDAY 13th MARCH in the ancient city.
VENUE: Oba Akenzua II, Cultural Centre, Airport Road, Benin City.
TIME: 9am prompt
DATE: 13th March 2010
If you have family, friends, acquaintances or colleagues that will be in Benin City on that day please SPREAD THE WORD and let them know that the benefit they'll derive from it is beyond their wildest dreams!
Enjoy the new month and seek His face!
Sunday, February 7, 2010
The last few decades have witnessed a declining role of the State in service provision and consequently a significant increase in private sector, faith based and civil society involvement in providing basic education services to the public.
The 1990s was declared to be the decade of Education for All (EFA). The World Declaration on Education for All envisioned that “Every person - child, youth and adult - shall be able to benefit from educational opportunities designed to meet their basic learning needs”.
In developing countries like Nigeria for instance, a growing number of national and multinational business corporations, private foundations, faith based organizations (FBOs) and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are becoming increasingly active in the education sector. As a church, we are also called to impact our society by addressing the social needs of the people. This is just one way of preaching the gospel of the kingdom of God.
Children represent our society’s future. Many will grow to become tomorrow’s leaders. However, a significant number of them still lack access to quality, basic education. Children are natural learners, but this capacity to learn can be undermined and sometimes destroyed due to the absence of an enabling environment. Spending directed at children should therefore be viewed as a long-term investment as they are as a natural resource representing the future of the country... Pastor Poju Oyemade
Friday, January 15, 2010
The FIRST EVER MEDICAL FAIR of gigantic proportions will take place on Saturday 23rd January. The Covenant Medical fair is the first of its kind...EVER and promises to deliver.
The FREE health screening, cancer screening, dermatology, dental, nutrition-related, internal medicine, opthamology, paediatric, physiotherapy services will take place for all and sundry to avail themselves at NO COSTl.
There will also be a Faith Clinic where classes will be taught on how you can use the Word of God as medicine to heal any type of sickness or disease!
I mustn't forget to inform you that we also have renonowed medical practitioners like Prof Akin osibogun (CMD - LUTH), Olorogun (Dr.) Sonny Folorunsho Kuku (Joint Medical Director, EKO Hospital), Dr. Henrietta M. Williams and a host of others who will be speaking on various topics like diabetes, healthy lifestyles/living and many more similar topics which will enlighten and equip people.
The fair takes place @TBS on Saturday 23rd January and kick off time is 8am prompt.
ADMISSION IS FREE!!!
Don't forget to invite anyone that you know will benefit from this outreach!! It's the first of its kind and has a lot to offer all and sundry!!
Face answereth to face...seek His! (Prov 27:19)