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  • susan cui

    Hi Sunday,

    I am susan and I am a chinese. I am living in Toronto right now. I read your book “Money won’t make you rich” in chinese.

    I am the one who eager mostly to want learn from you and your courses and want to be millionare for the kingdon of God. What should I do to take this courses?

    Is it possible for me to take the remote courses from Toronto to learn from you? I want to know the rules of the money to try my best to get the fiancial free to serve God.

    Could you please tell me what to do for my situation?

    In Him


  • kalu Peter

    Am blessed to be in you network. More grace daddy..

  • Ikenna

    i cant wait sir for the book ‘insulted by ungodliness’. I have been terribly insulted by ungodliness in Nigeria. The media and the hip culture had a terrible influence on me but God has shown me a level of light but sir i am still sick to my bones. Nothing in this nation runs the way God wants it to run. The Churches made matters worse…greed breeds from our churches and the media has influenced her negatively instead of the other way round.

    I have more than 200 of your messages but the one than radicalized my spirit was “has God no sons?” I believe the time to do something is now cos as I’m typing now, I am in agony because homosexuality is wide spread in lagos and Abuja Nigeria. This evil is being propagated by our politicians and artistes whom the people of the world call ‘çelebrities’.
    We must take the battle to the gates of the enemy. I will die trying. God bless You for standing out. I’ve learned a lot from the way you handle critics; it amazes me also that people from your congregation don’t fight back against all the negative comment you get. As I observe your demeanor , i tell myself, “of a true, God leaves every generation with a witness.
    You dont need to come back to fix Nigeria “we dey”. But keep dishing out wisdom, By God’s grace we will heed and even do greater works.

    Best Regards.

    God bless you Pastor Sunday.
    NB. You promised a direct email Sir.


  • Guest

    There has been an avalanche of criticism from some economic commentators regarding what is perceived as “lack of economic policy direction”of the Buhari Government. This is claimed to scare away foreign investors and lead to the lower economic growth, loss of value on the stock market, among other issues.
    The argument around the authenticity of the perceived economic growth in the previous dispensation remains an argument for another day. After all, between November 2014, and February 2015, the Nigeria crashed nearly 30%. In 2014, the Nigerian stock market crashed and at the end of the year was rated the one of the worst performing in the world. Blaming PMB for economic crises is quite unfair.
    However, the BIG QUESTIONS for today is this: Is there really lack of policy direction? Are the investors and economic players unable to discern nor align with a NEW way of thinking? Are the beneficiaries of past policies which constitute the 1% elite (plus foreign investors) trying to fight against the new paradigm?

    Whether deliberately or not, what has been overlooked by most of those complaining is that a major paradigm shift is happening. This was sounded by President Buhari a few days ago. This new thinking clearly indicates Nigeria’s new economic trajectory. While speaking at the Catholic Bishops Conference which held a few days ago at Igwurita near Port Harcourt , President Buhari represented by Vice President Osinbajo made the following comments:

    “ Our fight against corruption is not just a battle of virtue and righteousness in our land, but it is a fight for the soul and substance of our nation. Corruption in our country is endemic and it constitutes a parallel system, corruption has made a potentially prosperous country struggle to feed and provide jobs for its people.
    Hundreds of thousands of infants and maternal mortality statistics, hundreds of thousands deaths from communicable diseases are traceable to the greed and corruption of a few,“ Nigerians should think of resuscitating the nation`s economy because two-thirds of Nigerians lived in extreme poverty. Efforts should be made to create an enabling environment for enterprise, plan and make a budget that would cater for poor Nigerians.
    They must be helped, first to survive, and then, fully participate in the economy of the nation. Consequently, we must create tenets for the very poor and vulnerable, while ensuring that social spending also resurrects investments in the economy. We must invest substantially in relevant education; teachers training and vocational and entrepreneurial training,“

    In this speech, the president indicates that there is need for a paradigm shift from what is today obtainable in Nigeria where economic policy is focused on a few, to economic policy focused on the two thirds majority. He believes developing the people is a major economic policy shift.
    This type of thinking is not only unique in Nigeria of recent times, but is Godly. The development of the poor and needy is the heart of God. Individuals, institutions or nations who have such a focus always become greatly blessed.
    It is said of John D. Rockefeller, that he considered himself an “angel of mercy”to the poor. This passion drove Mr Rockerfeller to continuously driving the price of fuel lower and lower, taking on opposition and attempting to enable that every person could buy his product. Eventually he controlled over eighty percent of the market at a time. he became very wealthy.
    Even after his company was sued and broken up to over thirty separate companies, he retired and spent over forty years in full time philanthropy. The separate entities born out of Rockefeller company grew to become some of the biggest oil companies globally, thus making the Rockefeller family even richer. Today Mr Rockefeller remains one of the richest mean in history.

    The greatest assets of a nation are its people. Non-mineral rich nations such as Germany and Japan are on the forefront of wealth because of developing their people. Same is the case of Israel, the least in terms of oil resources in the middle east, yet the most developed nation in that region.
    President Buhari and Vice President Osinbajo have repeatedly reiterated the need to look at the masses. In one speech, the Vice President indicated that the school feeding program would inject close to one trillion naira into the economy.

    Imagine what will happen in Nigeria if business leaders, Churches, schools, media and others focus on developing products for the masses? Suddenly, there will be much cheaper houses, banks will focus on ways to finance those at the bottom of the pyramid, programs will be put in place to convert their land or their energy to money for purchase of things, a virtuous cycle will be created, more of the poor will be pulled up into the economy, thus enabling more spending power, and the economy will grow in reality, and not just on paper.

    It is necessary to support the leadership by emphasizing this new paradigm. This is the way forward for a new Nigeria. A nation that values the importance of all its people.
    Nigeria just like other nations loves to celebrate its people. We pick up stories of excellence here and there, where our people do well. Perhaps there are hundreds or a few thousands of such stories both known and unknown. Having had our image battered globally, we quickly celebrate these oasis of good stories.
    It is a good thing to celebrate with modesty. However, it is NOT sufficient to have just a few hundred or thousand success stories. Great nations are made up of millions of exceptional people who every day do extra ordinary things to move their nations forward.
    Focusing on the two thirds majority as economic thrust will shift Nigeria into a nation where millions of people do extra ordinary things.

    Investors are welcome to any country. Policies must be made to enable foreign investors play in Nigeria. This is good business practice. However, Nigeria is fighting systemic corruption from the past. It will be expected that the 1% elite, who have been the center of economic policy over the years will scream, shout and threaten to pull out their investments.
    PMB must be supported to maintain a firm footing on establishing the new paradigm centred around the Nigerian masses- the forgotten two thirds.
    There is no serious economy that is primarily driven by foreign investors. If the citizens of a nation are well to do, and have money to purchase products, foreign investors will come in. A nations primary investors should be its own people. Foreign investors should be a secondary source of wealth to complement the citizens.

    Millions of Nigerians should be rich enough to have the disposable income to buy up stocks and shares when Nigerian companies and parastatals are privatized. Nigerian institutions should mainly be owned by Nigerians.
    Nigeria cannot wholly depend on foreign investors to turn its economy around. No body can love our nation better than we. In a time of crises, foreign investors will sell and exit; citizens will weather the storm.
    it is strategically unwise for any nation to be over dependant on foreign investors at the detriment of its people.

    Where citizens are the economic players, it is also strategically unwise for a handful few people to solely determine the economic destiny of a nation. Wealth should be widespread.
    Whereas Rockefeller mentioned above had a heart for the people and grew rich, his company eventually became monopolistic. In that era, a few Americans virtually owned the economy. America was then a fast growing third world country, with a large economy, a few rich people and masses of poor people. This changed when millions of Americans rose up to challenge the status quo through the courts. The people won, the nation changed. A new crop of business men such as Henry Ford emerged. This were men who focused on developing products for the masses. For moved the car from something of a privileged few to one affordable by the masses. The middle class grew, the nation grew and became a developed nation not too many decades later.

    Let all Nigerians not only support this new paradigm laid out by the nations leadership, but get all hands on deck to press forward towards the building of a new nation.

  • Uduigwome Oziegbe Augustine

    Pastor Sunday Adelaja, I met you once in 2008 at Jos,Nigeria during NCCF National Conference where you taught in same platform with Gbile Akani.I believe completly everything you said and I have always long to be mentored by you.Can you let me into your cycle?

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  • Anonymous

    Below are the words of Mourinho, Chelsea coach. These are the type of words the King of Nineveh spoke and received help and national transformation. Hezekiah prayed this prayer. Even wicked Ahab humbled himself and got the curse postponed from his generation into the future.
    BUT these are the words the people of Nigeria HAVE REFUSED to speak. This is the attitude the PEOPLE of Nigeria have refused to imbibe. The speak “mighty” things of themselves while destruction stares the nation in the face. May God help Nigerian’s to imbibe a spirit and culture of humility so that he may turn our nation around. May he enable us to see that he cannot act outside his words and that the more we boast about our abilities, the more we distance ourselves from him… because he had said ” in the last days, men will be boasters…”
    may Nigeria learn from Jose Mourinho…

    Chelsea’s latest flop is certain to bring renewed reports that Mourinho is on the verge of being sacked, but he is determined to oversee a turnaround and urged his players to show humility as they look to change their fortunes. “The players who are not performing well must for sure feel attacked in their pride and their self esteem,” he said. “They have to do everything to get results in a humble way.

    “The players at this minute cannot feel top players or they are superstars. “They have to feel ‘I am not the player of the season, not the World champion, not the Premier League champion’. “The players have to put their feet on the ground and be humble. “They have to look to the Leicester players and feel these are the top players.

    “They have to look to Sunderland and Watford and say we are at the same level as you are.” Asked whether he believed he would remain in charge, the 52-year-old said: “I want to be, clearly. “I have no doubt and I am not afraid of a big challenge. I want to stay. “I hope Mr (owner Roman) Abramovich and the board want me to stay because I want to stay. “I accept we are around the relegation zone, I don’t accept we are in a relegation battle.”

  • guest

    Restoration of statistical accuracy towards national development.
    “A truthful nation is an attractive nation”

    Statistical accuracy a fundamental for development of nations. Advanced economies rely on accurate numbers for national planning. In Nigeria, statistics are not in short supply. However the accuracy of these statistics are doubtful. Recent electronic approaches indicate that the numbers do not add up.
    Historically, our nation tends to shy away from seeking statistical accuracy. Corruption is the biggest factor. People benefit from false numbers because numbers means money. In cases where funds are allocated based on the numbers, “over counting” will attract a larger allocation. A good example is the rampant existence of “ghost workers,”- non-existent personnel who accrue income which is then channeled to corrupt officials.
    Statistical inconsistencies in Nigeria is traceable to other factors such as historic struggle for geo-political dominance. For instance higher population numbers means political advantage. If the truth must be told, Nigeria’s current population statistics throws up serious questions. The demographic spread based on past census reveal serious absurdities that defy all global patterns. Festus Odimegwu erstwhile Chairman of the Nigerian population Commission publicly stated that the last credible census was in the 19th century. He demanded a biometric census for accuracy. He was forced out of his office for this statement.
    The Nigerian “praise singing” culture is one that tends to shy away from the brutal truth of statistical accuracy. Whenever statistics would show a bad image of a region, institution, community or the nation as a whole, there is usually the tendency to fight the report or rig the statistics to show “success.” We have developed the erroneous notion that a show of success is the ultimate for development. This is a wrong mindset. Accurate statistics help us determine where we truly are, and enable us make the right responses. The story is told of a successful Middle Eastern nation who many years ago received poor global ratings on its business climate. The Kings aides encouraged him to ignore the ratings as a “Western gang up.” The King chose a different route. He sought counsel from an independent businessman leading to the commissioning of a small advisory team which assisted with reforms. Today, that nation is among the top 15 easiest places to do business globally thus attracting hordes of foreign investment.
    The eventual consequence of statistical inaccuracy will be destructive on a nation. Falsification of numbers brings seeming short term success but in the long term truth will prevail because the socio economic effects of mismanagement cannot be hidden forever. Foreign investment is based on trust in the integrity of the systems within the country. Investors will flee when they no longer trust the numbers. Nigeria can learn from this. Negative ratings should challenge us, not scare us.
    In Nigeria today there are many instances of numbers that do not add up. For instance, population estimate is 170 million. Recent PVC voters’ registration showed 58 million voters. The process of electronic capturing makes it hard to cheat. Give and take 10% of potential voters may have been left out, but also videos during the elections show quite a number of underage voters. So this could balance out. These numbers show an anomaly; Nigeria’s voting population is a third of its total population. Lagos state goes by the estimate of having 20 million people, yet going by the PVC, the state has a little under 6 million registered voters. This is not obtainable anywhere else globally. Voters are people from 18 and above. In the USA, registered voting population is over 60% of the population. India with a billion people has over 700 million voters. South Africa with a population of 54 million has 30 million voters. Nigeria is with a mostly youthful population, should have 60 – 70% of total population as voters. Our true population based on the voters register might be below 100 million.
    How would this affect many other things? GDP figures would be drastically different because it is tied to population. Per capita income, tax estimates, demographics, development plans would be different. Projects such as the planned conditional cash transfer and the school feeding would need a serious review.
    Another example is the recent biometric capturing of bank accounts. It showed less than 26 million individual bank account holders. This is less than 50% of the previous estimate of 56 million bank accounts in the country. How can our 170 million people boast of just 26 million account holder? This disparity is hard to believe. It would be more believable if we are told that we have 58 million adults (based on PVC) yet only 26 million of them hold a bank account. That’s a 44% access to banking.
    These are just two examples of many existing anomalies. On the contrary some people will argue based on mobile phone usage saying that at 140 million mobile phone users we are definitely over 140 million people. They fail to consider Nigeria’s unique phone usage pattern. In most countries people own one phone line per person. In Nigeria many people own two, three or more. It would be easy to believe that every single person registered for PVC owns a phone. That is 58 million users. Going further, it would be safe to say that almost every person bank account holder probably owns a second line. That would push the numbers to at least 84 million. Add to that those who own three numbers; then add children between 12 – 18 who though not old enough to vote own a phone. The add Nigerians in the diaspora, foreigners, companies who own multiple lines and it would be easy to arrive at about 140million users.
    Apart from these examples, almost every other numerical count in Nigeria leaves many questions. These kinds of statistical inconsistencies place Nigeria in a difficult position as regards development. How can the conditional cash transfer program succeed if we do not know exactly how many people need them nor will benefit from them? How do we prevent abuse if we are working on the premise of “ghost citizens?”
    It is high time we encourage and support our government to carry out a total review of all public statistics. We need to cooperate by letting go of corrupt tendencies which cause us to benefit from falsehood. We need to develop a vision behind statistical integrity- one that says “a truthful nation is an attractive nation.” Every citizen needs to come to the knowledge that when the world trusts us, they will come to us and when they do, each and every one of us will be economically far better off. At the same time our national economy will be in a far better place in reality and not just on paper.

  • Richard Mullins

    Pastor Sunday Blessings to you Sir!
    I want to let you know that your diligent work has impacted people around the world, even in Spanish Honduras my country , So please keep on going and remember that we’re all praying for you.

  • Nseabasi Akpan

    Happy Easter celebration sir, my name is Nseabasi Akpan and i have heard a lot about you sir, please i have sent you an email , i will be looking forward to hear from you sir

  • Anonymous

    Nigeria’s ongoing change- Truth revolution
    Is there any one out there who desires to see a Nigeria reborn? Such a person should be disturbed by some of the fundamentals that have shown up in the past and yet should be encouraged by recent events within the current Government:

    1- We carried out a GDP rebasing that produced a $ 520 billion economy. Out of that Petroleum/ oil and gas accounted for $ 75 billion. That is less than 20% of the size of the economy. We popped champaign and celebrated our economic miracle. We affirmed it by saying it was World bank and IMF approved, even though we know that the WB and IMF work on figures we supply.
    When Soludo and Ezekwesili questioned the morality and sense behind producing statistical reports without carrying out surveys, we waived them aside.
    Because it would “puncture”our new sense of success.

    However, the price of oil crashes by about 60% and the whole economy falls off its wheels! Think about this? How is this possible? Why are the other sectors not carrying the nation?
    I thought we said our economy is now “diversified?”
    Who is lying to who?

    2- Before BVN we were told we had about 60 million account holders. After BVN we have less than 25 million real people!
    3- Before PVC we had close to 85 million voters. After PVC we have less than 60 million. Out of this 60 million hordes (as seen on video during the elections) are under-aged voters especially in the North. During the elections 27 million were said to have voted, including massive inflation of votes in Akwa Ibom and Rivers among others. Question is what is the real number?
    – How can Lagos state that claims 20 million citizens have just 5 million voters?
    – How can Nigeria which claims 170 million people have just 58 million voters?

    How is it possible that a nation or city has just one third of its population as voters?
    – Four times we have unsuccessfully attempted a citizens database. the fourth one which is currently ongoing has so far produced just 7 million registrants.

    Is Nigeria’s population 170 million or 70 million?
    Is our nation, economy, planning etc built on a lie? If these lies were revealed, how would it affect our economy?
    Who benefits from these lies?
    how did Nigeria get to a place where we all (or at least most of us) celebrate lies? Christians and Muslims alike?
    – How do we win an age grade soccer competition with evidently overaged players yet we all celebrate?
    – How do we know that people are cheating to become rich yet we celebrate them as astute men and women of business? We even give then national and university honours.
    – Things like Ghost workers are a constant part of our national equation. Recently we even heard of “budget padding.”Only God knows how long this practice has gone on for.

    How can a nation grow when its foundation is lying? How can a country plan when its figures are all warped? How can corruption be reduced when at every level there is cheating and deceit?

    A few days ago Mr kachikwu, the Minister of State for Petroleum made a statement about timelines for solving the fuel scarcity in Nigeria. Some people got annoyed. APC stalwart, Bola Tinubu made a counter statement scolding Mr kachikwu.
    PDP stalwart Doyin Okupe then remarked that Nigerians do not like the truth.
    Quite a surprise this came from a PDP leader, a party that thrives on deceit.
    This has been a very important matter…

    Femi Adesina press adviser to President Buhari emphasized that Nigerian’s need to learn to accept the truth and not want to hear lies.

    We need a character reformation which emphasizes truth revolution. Our nation has so imbibed the lying culture that even when our emperor is vastly naked, we all cheer and celebrate his “nice clothes.

    I am happy that God has given us a leader who was known as “mai Gaskiya”- Man of integrity. This man has been used of God to bring back truthfulness to national character. “No lies, no spin, just plain truth.”
    Many times he has been rebuked and criticized for de-marketing Nigeria. But he insists on truthfulness.

    A major shift has happened in the spirit. “light shines and darkness cannot comprehend it.”
    Today voices of darkness cannot understand how a leadership can place emphasis on truthfulness even when it hurts.

    A major change has occurred. Why? Soon Nigerians will realize the culture of truthfulness and it will creep back into our collective lifestyle. Soon the nation will embark on a massive TRUTH REVIVAL initiative. At State level records will be corrected, statistics will be revisited and put right. At personal level, citizens will begin to access things properly.

    Nigeria may seem to look less attractive in the short term. It may turn out not as large an economic prospect as was imagined. BUT the result will be a nation that the world will see as a bastion of integrity- like Singapore.
    But investors like financial and systemic integrity.

    The end result will be a Nigerian economy and nation that will truly grow and whose results will be evident to all.

  • Naija Watchman

    A recent report showed that Nigeria under Sani Abacha recorded more infrastructural development than under the subsequent civilian Governments of Obasanjo, Yaradua and Jonathan. Only one explanation for this seeming anomaly- The Petroleum Trust Fund then headed by Muhammadu Buhari. This institution had supervised more infrastructure development than ever since. Today Buhari is Nigeria’s President. Where are the roads tarred? One example is the Aba- Port harcourt expressway. Less than 60 km or road, normally requiring 30 minutes of travel time. Today it takes over four hours to travel. Why is this so? The roads have been mismanaged and left unmaintained since then. As we speak, the federal road between Aba and Ikot Ekpene has totally disappeared and is now literarily a bush path that can only be accessed by motor cycles.
    How does this relate to the title above? This shows us that change beyond infrastructure. True change has to do with attitude and mindset first and then infrastructure as a result.
    In Nigeria today, one of the commonest phrase is “is this the change we voted for?” Nigeria today is on a rapid trajectory towards change, yet many do not see.
    Below are a few of the less physical things that have happened and which are the anchors for Nigeria’s change:
    1- President Buhari speaking on the issue of sacking federal boards admitted that the Government made a mistake. He said sorry and they corrected the mistake- Correcting mistakes when proven has been VERY RARE in the Nigerian leadership. Instead people prepare media spins to back an error
    2- Ibe Kachikwu, Minister of State for Petroleum apologized for his “magician “comments; apologies are not things our leaders normally do. Seems saying sorry is seen as a weakness. I
    3- Buhari’s repeated display of truthfulness and forthrightness; in our nation, truth has been lacking. Buhari’s way is bringing into being a new culture of accountability.
    4- Messages without “pomp, pageantry and arrogance; anyone who follows messages from PMB’s spokesmen will notice Information is communicated factually and simply. No abuse, no spin, just simple plain, truthful and to the point. In the past it was spin doctors and spokesmen with abusive language and constant insults to the sensibilities of the populace.
    5- President Buhari’s refusal to budge to non-constitutional release of funds: When everyone screamed that the economy was grounded, PMB insisted on waiting for the passing of the budget before the release of funds- the correct way to do things. In the past, under pressure, leaders would have buckled and unconstitutional means would have been used to release funds into the system just to make Nigerians happy. A few days ago we saw stories of three past presidents illegally releasing over Naira 270 billion. In recent times PMB and his Government have demonstrated that shortcuts are no longer fashionable. Things must be done properly because only then can they have a good foundation.
    6- The current Government has consistently admitted that there are serious problems with the nation. PMB recently spoke of the mass killings, flawed elections etc. This Government has refused to accept and to praise mediocrity. A shift indeed. True transformation (like being saved) comes when we accept our wrongs and make a turn for the better.
    7- Ministers who walk through customs and immigration as normal people, less impunity, modesty in Governance, etc. these are new things in today’s Nigeria. Though not perfect, Impunity is reducing. Normalcy is returning. Modesty is seen among ministers. An environment is being created for proper development.
    8- The presidency recently issued disclaimers against a fast growing support group “I stand with Buhari” due to concerns about unethical behavior. In the past, Governments have courted such groups regardless of how reckless, unethical or corrupt the groups have been. This Government is showing that it not crazy about praise, but more focused on performance.
    9- Emphasis on integrity and clean records among Government appointees: For the first time in ages, Government appointees are being carefully chosen. Pedigree is now being scrutinized. Ability to deliver is high on the agenda. This is a clear departure from the past where ethnic concerns, nepotism, political patronage were placed far above suitability for a job. Though not yet perfected, a shift has happened. We are going back to a place where a good name matters.
    10- Godly people, prophets and visionaries in the center of affairs and constantly speaking into the the womb of Nigeria’s future: Apart from PMB whom from a Christian viewpoint we see as Nigeria’s Cyrus, VP Osinbajo makes up one of seven Pastors in Government. (Like Daniel and the Hebrew boys). In addition, Men and Women like Fashola, Fayemi, Onu, Adeosun, Shittu, Udoma etc are people of high pedigree in public service. These are men and women who have proven themselves in the past. These people traverse the land casting a vision of the Nigeria of tomorrow. Somebody should make effort to capture their speeches and produce a compendium of visions for Nigeria, because history will certainly remember them. Nigeria is being shaped from the top. Prophets are prophesying, Cyruses are returning the people of God to their promised land, Ahasuerus’s are signing new laws that will bring deliverance to the people. A rebirth is in the offing.
    11- The anti-corruption mantra is increasingly popular and being accepted by Many Nigerians. If this goes on, it will become lifestyle.
    If our leaders are able to sustain these new attitudes for four, eight or sixteen years, the citizenry will see and emulate and Nigeria will certainly be in a different place. The future will be bright. Not just Government leaders, but leaders in business, religion, media, education and other areas of society are encouraged to emulate the new behavior. May we not be like Esau who was so blinded by his hunger for meat that he overlooked the things that were of true importance upon which real success is anchored.

  • dada

    hello Tosin one of your mentee from Nigeria…av stopped receiving updates from the mentorship program and my personal message to you have not been answered,dis is my

    • administrator

      The mentorship program is going through some personnel restructuring. As soon as the process is done you will begin to receive updates and articles again. Blessings!

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