Monthly focus for November 2022 by Pastor Favour Onoja




By Pastor Favour Onoja



“That your days may be multiplied, and the days of your children, in the land which the LORD sware unto your Fathers to give them, as the days of heaven upon the earth.

For if you shall diligently keep all these commandments which I command you, to do them, to love the LORD your God, to walk in all His ways, and to cleave unto Him;

Then will the LORD drive out all these nations from before you, and ye shall possess greater nations mightier than yourselves.

Every place whereon the soles of your feet shall tread shall be yours: from the wilderness and Lebanon, from the river, the river Euphrates, even unto the uttermost sea shall be your coast.

There shall no man be able to stand before you: for the LORD your God shall lay the fear of you and the dread of you upon all the land that ye shall tread upon, as He hath said unto you” (Deuteronomy 11:21-25).

Welcome to the Month of November, 2022. Our Focus for the Month is “THE DAYS OF HEAVEN UPON THE EARTH”

In this Month, you don’t have to run after the blessing, but the blessing will be running after you. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow you all the days of your life: and you will dwell in the house of the LORD, forever and ever (Psalm 23:6).

–  The days of Heaven upon the earth are days of supernatural provisions and manifestations; and of increase upon the earth.

–  It is the replication of heaven upon the earth (Matthew 6:10). These are days where the WILL OF GOD shall be enforced upon the earth. And it includes the ability to drive out enemies that are mightier than ourselves.

–  They are also days of the manifestations and demonstrations of the kingdom and acts of God upon the earth (Luke 10:9).  The kingdom of God is come nigh unto you. The kingdom of God is right here.

Luke 17:21 said “Neither shall they say, lo here! Or, lo there! For behold, the kingdom of God is within you”. It is right here now.

“Fear not, little flocks; for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the Kingdom” (Luke 12:32).

Friends, you can be delivered and healed  right now because the kingdom or the dominion of God is here. You can have your needs met and still expect supernatural increase or supplies.

Jesus manifested the kingdom of God wherever He went, that death had to bow its’ knees; devils had to run; sickness and diseases had to flee. The things of this earth, such as loaves and fishes being multiplied (Matthew 14:17-21); had to respond to His blessing.

–  The days of Heaven upon the earth are days where the works of your hands shall multiply; where the plowman shall overtake the reaper (Amos 9:13); where God shall quicken life and hasten the process of events in your  that shall cause the murmuring to cease (Numbers 17:1-10).

Our citizenship is in the kingdom of God. We are citizens of heaven, ambassadors representing the Lord Jesus Christ on this earth until Jesus returns.

Revelation 5:10 best described it  –  “And hast made us unto our God, Kings and Priests: and we shall reign on the earth”.

Our dominion, rulership, sonship are confirmed and established.


1. Supernatural happenings beyond comprehension (Numbers 17:1-10; Acts 13:41).

2. These are days where you are no more hurtable, molestable, harassable and have been licensed to smite the earth with plagues at will, as often as you will (Revelation 11:3-6; Numbers 16:28-35).

3. They are days of supernatural speed (Amos 9:11-15)

4. They are days of Restoration of the lost glory (Haggai 2:1-9).

5. They are days of the confirmation, manifestation and exhibition of your royalty and sonship (1Peter 2:9-10).

6. They are days of the demonstration of His Almightiness and help (2 Chronicles 20:12-26;  26:7, 13-15;  1Samuel 7:12; Ezra 5:2; 10:15;  Esther 9:3)

7. They are days where your wilderness shall become a pool of water and the dry land springs of water (Isaiah 41:18; 2Kings 3:15-20; Joel 3:18).

8. They are days of rejoicing, combined harvest and double blessings (Joel 2:23).

9. It is the day of the termination of your warfare, forgiveness of your iniquities and receiving your double portion (Isaiah 40:1-2; Joshua 17:14-18)

10. It is the day of the termination of famine and announcement of abundance and new seasons (1Kings 18:1, 41-46)

11. It’s a season characterized with the multiplication of Wonders without Numbers (Job 9:10)

12. It is the days of the opening of the flood gates of heaven and an outpoured blessing (Genesis 7:11-12; 1Kings 18:1; Psalm 78:23; Isaiah 45:8; Ezekiel 1:1).

13.They are days characterized with the outpouring of His Spirit, where visions and revelations are numerous (Joel 2:28-29; Revelation 1:9-20).

14. They are days of the manifestations of His great wrath (Revelation 6:12-17).

15. They are days of the fulfillment of Prophesies (Matthew 2:23; 8:17; 27:35; John 19:24).

16. It is the season of the manifestations of His power and willingness in the heart of the people to do God’s bidding (Psalm 110:3).

17. It is a season where your desert can become a fruitful field (Isaiah 32:15).

18. It is a season of uncommon breakthroughs (Genesis 38:27-30)

19. It is a season of uncommon wisdom and expertise (Exodus 35:30-35; 36:1-2).

20. It is a season of publicity and advertisement of the Church (Micah 4:1-2).

21. They are days of His visitation where our nakedness shall be revealed (Isaiah 6:1-7).

22. It is a season of complete turnarounds (Psalm 126:1-6; Ezekiel 21:27).


1.  I decree and declare that in this Month of November, you shall experience heaven on earth, in Jesus Name, Amen.

2.  Surely, His goodness and mercy shall follow you, throughout this Month, in Jesus Name, Amen.

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250m people to access Solar electricity in Nigeria, 10 other countries – AfDB

By Favour Nnabugwu
An African initiative to increase solar generation capacity to provide 250 million people with electricity to Nigeria, Mauritania, Mali and Senegal including seven other countries
The Solar electricity to be sccess across Africa’s Sahel region for socio-economic development continues to attract financial support from around the world will include Burkina Faso, Niger, Chad, Sudan, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Eritrea.
Launched in 2019 by the African Development Bank Group and its partners, the Desert to Power initiative is designed to make Africa a renewable power house.
Desert to Power will develop and provide 10 gigawatts of solar energy by 2030 across 11 countries where 64% of the population lives without electricity – with consequences for education, health and business.
At an event held during the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference in Sharm El Sheikh on Friday, the Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet, represented by its executive director for Africa, Joseph Nganga, announced $35 million in support of Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) under the initiative.
The Sahel from fragility to resilience and prosperity —brought together government ministers, development partners and private sector in representatives to discuss how to facilitate private sector investments In the Sahel..
Minister Tvinnereim of Norway highlighted the role of renewable energy in sustainable development. “We need to make sure there is access to renewable energy and prevent old fossil emissions. To tackle the crisis in the region, we need the readiness of the governments of the region. We also need sustained access to renewable energy and the Desert to Power program developed by the African Development Bank responds to these critical issues.
President Mohamed Bazoum of Niger addressed the event via video link, reiterating his government’s support for the program. The energy ministers of Mauritania and Niger, as well as senior representatives from key Desert to Power partners—including Power Africa, the Swedish International Development Agency, the European Commission, the International Renewable Energy Agency, the Green Climate Fund, ACWA Power and MASEN—underscored their support for the initiative.
Nganga from the Global Energy Alliance said the Alliance would also support the de-risking of investment made in the Desert to Power infrastructure as well as innovative solutions that would drive the program to succeed.
COP27: Experts explore avenues to mobilize more financing for climate Action

By Favour Nnabugwu



Global experts meeting during a panel session at the 27th global climate summit (COP27) in Egypt have endorsed a new climate finance roadmap to mobilize $1 trillion in annual external finance required by emerging markets and developing countries—excluding China.

The roadmap draws on the findings of a recently released report, Finance for climate action: Scaling up investment for climate and development(link is external), produced by a panel of experts chaired by Vera Songwe and Lord Nicholas Stern.

The discussions during the panel session underscored the need to boost effectiveness of policies by tailoring them to countries’ needs. The report advocates a rapid and sustained investment push to drive a strong and sustainable economic recovery from overlapping crises and to deliver on shared development and climate targets. concessional lending arm to low-income countries, was launching a climate action window to mobilize up to $13 billion for climate adaptation for vulnerable countries.

Adesina reiterated the call for International Monetary Fund Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) to be channeled to African countries through the African Development Bank. “SDRs will play a big role in helping Africa’s climate action, and the African Development Bank is well-positioned to leverage this reallocation four times to help mobilize financing for countries that need it most,” he said.

Stephanie Pfeifer, Chief Executive of Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change(link is external)—an association representing investors—said strong policies were vital in carbon pricing to phase out fossil fuels.

“The world needs development finance at scale for different types of risks, and data must also be made available to stimulate increased private sector investment into climate finance,” Pfeifer said.” If we get the whole system working together, we can make a lot of progress,” she added.

United Nations Climate Change Champion Mahmoud Mohyedin moderated the session, titled Facilitating finance necessary for delivery of commitments.

ECOWAS plans four objective for 2023 community budget

By Favour Nnabugwu
Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Commission, ECOWAS has objective plans against  terrorim, political stability in the “Our community depends of the outcomes of the outcomes of this deliberation. That is why the honorable members of AFC have to make constructive and concrete contributions. community budget
ECOWAS President, Omar Touray at the opening of 32nd Meeting of the ECOWAS Administrative and Finance Committee (AFC) in Abuja, said that the budget is designed to set the agenda for the next four years, which is aimed at putting the region back on track for regional integration
Touray said that the 2023 Community budget of “Consolidation and Reforms” is prepared to ensure the consolidation of the gains made in the institutional reform process and support the region’s recovery from the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Ukraine-Russia War.
“It is in view of the foregoing issues that we quickly identified four strategic objectives that would be our focus for the next four years which we called the 4 by 4 (4x).
“These four objectives are; Enhanced peace and security, Deeper Regional Integration, Good Governance, Inclusive and Sustained Development.
“In addition to these four strategic objectives, we have identified two enablers namely capable institutions and equitable partnerships, which would facilitate the realization of our objectives.
“Let me quickly add that our four strategic objectives are already aligned with the Community Strategic Framework (CSF), which has been developed for the realization of the ECOWAS Vision 2050.
“We intend to focus on strengthening the ECOWAS Peace and Security Architecture and achieving results related to;
“The Implementation Plan against Terrorism (on this we would like to invite you to support us with the full realization of the one billion dollars Pool Fund which our Members Pledged).
“The full operationalization of the ECOWAS Maritime security Architecture, the full operationalization of the National Early Warning and Response Centers, Building the mediation and rapid response capacity of ECOWAS,” Touray said.
Touray said that second strategic objective is to deepen Regional Integration through the promotion and enhancement of intra-community trade, free movement of people, and the monetary Union.
“Specific deliverables for the next four years under this pillar will include; Reducing tarrif and non-tariff barriers (through the effective deployment of the ETLS Task Force).
“Full operationalization of the regional payment system, introduction of ECO-Visa, implementation to concrete border projects under the ECOWAS Cross Border Programme, among others,” he added.
On the third strategic objective of Good Governance, Touray said the Community budget will focus on building stronger regimes against anti-constitutional change of government and support Member States to deepen democracy.
“Here, our specific deliverables in the next four years will include; completing the transition to democracy in Burkina Faso, Mali and Guinea. Enhancing our election support to Member states including observation mission.
“Strengthening ECOWAS Court and the ECOWAS Parliament to play their democratic roles. Instituting a broader mandate for intervention as a strong measure against anti-constitutional change of government.”
The ECOWAS Commission’s President said that the fourth strategic objective is Inclusive and Sustainable Development which covers gender and social programmes, infrastructure and environment.
“In the next four years, we intend to invest in Food security, including further increase in the stock of our Regional Food Security Reserve.
“And the implementation of the ECOWAS rice Offensive Action Plan (2022-2025) to reduce our dependence on imports, as exposed by the Ukraine-Russia war,” Touray said.
Declaring the meeting open, Chair of the AFC, Ms Silva Cristina said that the meeting is aimed at assessing the community budget to ensure that community resources and efficiently used for the betterment of ECOWAS citizens.
“The main objective of this year-end meeting is to consider and validate our budget, it is also to ensure the technical and financial monitoring of the year under review, 2022 budget.
“Our community depends of the outcomes of the outcomes of this deliberation. That is why the honorable members of AFC have to make constructive and concrete contributions.
“And our work will be to ensure that the strategic objectives of the community are being met. We are invited to look at the medium-term expenditure frame-work, 2023 to 2025.
“We are of the view that this exercise will only be easy if we look at it against the background of economic framework which ahs been strongly marred by the pandemic and also persistent non-enforcement of the protocol of the community levy on all product.