RCCG Opens Dating Site Redeemers Connect For Matured Singles
The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has launched a dating site called Redeemers Connect, a trending courtship platform contending with Tinder, others.
Redeemers Connect launched by RCCG City of David in Victoria Island Lagos has since sparked series controversy on social media platforms.
“There is no marriage in heaven!” the church posted on its official Facebook page, days after the website of (Redeemers Connect) went live. “We are here to help you connect and hopefully meet your better half.”
A visit to the website shows that the dating platform connects adults in preparation for courtship and marriage.
A statement on the dating site, users of the platform were advised to carry out their due diligence before connecting with other participants.
“The Redeemed Christian Church of God, City of David Parish makes no representations or warranties and expressly disclaims any and all liability concerning any damages sustained by any registrant as a result of connecting with anyone on this platform,” the disclaimer added.
How To Link Up On Redeemers Connect – Christian Courtship Platform Works
Per details available on the FAQ page of the website, “Redeemers Connect provides a safe, secure and trusted way to find and communicate with fellow Christian singles who are also in search of a life partner.
“As a courtship platform, Redeemers Connect is meant to support the efforts of brethren who are serious and ready to settle down in marriage with the right partner within 12 to 24 months after registering as a member”.
Even though membership registration is free. Access to other unique features of the platform is only available for paying subscribers.
Hade Hadekazt Page, “Thank God I have seen where I will marry my 2nd wife ,at least they are rich people in redeem
Dimeji Vikrame, “Them go chop enough Christian sisters… Lots of heart break …. Nigerian Men no get joy
Tunde Olawale, “Why this dating site online from the church,so they don’t believe in the will of God anymore?
Sire V Edem, “E don red! From don’t marry someone you meet on social media to running a dating site on social media. Is the Lord not wonderful?
Busuyi Johnson, “For real? RCCG?
Kingsley Richardson Jr., “Too much holy holy preaching has landed so many young ladies in that church into being single for years,vast majority of them are above 40 as they are waiting for their miracle husband to come without dating.now see the end result.
Ibisanmi Glory Oluwatosin, “First, from the I scription of the post on the vanguard. It shows that I was not the whole of RCCG that is opening the site(if the parish did that). It showed that a parish name city of David or so is the one in charge of it with the name of the Pastor in charge of the church(If you know RCCG very well you will know that a parish could do any business or engage in an activity solely). But on getting to the site. I saw no inscription if the Parish on the landing page. Which either shows this is either misinformation or a false misrepresentation of RCCG in other for the site to gain relevance and which it is doing by this post.
Mark Ituáh, “Yahoo Boys and oloshos go soon hack am.
James Obafemi, “Through this site many singles will enter one chance. Singles, Please pray and look well before you choose. Period!
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Oando, LAMATA sign MoU on electric mass transit buse
Oando Clean Energy Limited has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (referred to as LAMATA), the Lagos State Government agency tasked with planning, implementing, regulating and franchising sustainable integrated public transport in Lagos.
The MoU establishes a partnership between OCEL and Lagos State in her journey to becoming a sustainable city via the rollout of electric mass transit buses, supporting charging infrastructure and service centres (EV Infrastructure Ecosystem).
The statement obtained from the NGX noted that with over 25 million residents, Lagos is the most populous city in Africa and among the top ten of the world’s fastest-growing megacities.
Speaking at the MoU signing ceremony, Commissioner for Transportation, Lagos State, Dr. Frederic Oladeinde said the MoU represented the State Government’s commitment to cutting greenhouse gases by replacing them with cleaner sources of energy.
Oladeinde said, “With an understanding that transportation is a key emitter of greenhouse gases in Nigeria, we developed a strategy to cut greenhouse gases by 50%. A key component of this strategy was identifying and developing a more robust mass transit system for Lagos that would include rail and waterways amongst others. Using electricity to power mass transit is a step in the right direction, and from there we would gradually transit to private cars.
“This is just the beginning, there is still a lot more to come on stream. I commend LAMATA and Oando on this MoU signing, and both parties can be rest assured that they have my full backing to ensure success,” he added.
Commenting on the MoU signing, the Managing Director, LAMATA, Engr. Abimbola Akinajo said: “We began this journey late last year, and for us, this has been a rapid development. It speaks to the energy and zeal of both organizations, and that is commendable. Oando Clean Energy came to us with a comprehensive solution that went beyond electric mass transit buses to include supporting infrastructure, and this was key for us, as the full remit of an EV support ecosystem is the only way to achieve success.
“This initiative will not only accelerate the Government’s transportation agenda, but also positively impact the health of Lagosians and the environment. The magnitude of its impact is far-reaching, and when you start to look at it as more than a transport initiative, you will see how laudable a project it is. The Oando brand comes with know-how and experience, and we are relying on this to successfully move from MoU signing to actual implementation that will in the medium to long term benefit over 22 million Lagos commuters. We look forward to a very robust and fruitful partnership.”
In his response, the Chairman, Oando Clean Energy, Adewale Tinubu, who was represented at the MoU signing by Dr. Ainojie ‘Alex’ Irune said: “Oando Clean Energy was born out of a need to curate the best energy mix to propel Nigeria and indeed Africa, to its full potential.
As a company, Oando has always championed Public-Private Partnerships as fundamental to Nigeria’s industrialization. Through the signing of this MoU, we are revolutionizing the landscape of mobility by pioneering e-mobility in Lagos. Furthermore, we remain dedicated to achieving our national commitment to net-zero by 2060, ending energy deficiencies and further propelling the country to an industrialized phase through decentralized and sustainable energy systems.
We are excited to be embarking on this journey with Lagos State and must commend their foresight and willingness to forge a template for others to follow. It’s easy to be perturbed by the perceived challenges that come with the mega-city status tag, but by taking this bold step, Lagos is showing the continent what is indeed possible and giving other cities the impetus to redefine today how to build a public transport system for the future.”
Over the last decade, the number of vehicles on Lagos roads has quadrupled, yet studies suggest that Lagos could become the world’s most populated city by 2100 with as many as 100 million residents; and as the city grows, so will the number of vehicles.
This upward trajectory in vehicle numbers poses a significant challenge as transportation has been identified as the key contributing sector at circa 23% to 30% in annual CO2 emissions.
Against this backdrop, the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) between LAMATA and OCEL will enable the successful fulfilment of the objectives of the Lagos State Government through the deployment of an EV Infrastructure Ecosystem towards the attainment of a sustainable road transport system in the State.
Furthermore, this initiative will bridge the existing gap in available mass transit buses for the increasing number of Lagos commuters.
Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun, Wins Primary for Second term
The Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, has emerged winner of the state governorship primary of the All Progressives Congress.
In the primary election conducted at the MKO International Stadium, Abeokuta, five other aspirants contested against the governor.
The aspirants include Olubiyi Otegbeye, Mrs Modele Sarafa- Yussuf, Mr Owodunni Opayemi, Remilekun Bakare and Abdukadir Akinlade.
Of the six aspirants, only Abiodun, attended the primary, while agents of all other aspirants, announced their presence and did what was expected of them.
Giving the details of the election, that was conducted in a peaceful atmosphere, the Chairman of the Ogun State APC Primary Election Committee, Chief Wale Ohu, disclosed that 1,180 delegates, from the 20 local governments, were accredited for the exercise.
Announcing the results, Ohu, said Abiodun scored 1,168 votes, while other aapirants, did not secure any vote, saying that two votes were voided.
Prior to the commencement of the process, Ohu, announced to the delegates and all the leaders of the party that attended the event, that all required agents, were present.
Ohu took time to read out names of the officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and other officials of the APC officials that were sent from the National Secretariat.
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