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Mike Bamiloye of the Mount Zion Film Ministry, has released a one-man drama titled Rapture Nightmare which gives a glimpse of the end time and the impending danger of not accepting Jesus as one’s lord and savior.

The 22 minutes film directed by Joshua Mike-Bamiloye gives a glimpse of what the coming of Jesus Christ will look like and what will happen to those left behind as the Bible explains in Revelations 14: 9 – 11.

And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand,

10 The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb:

11 And the smoke of their torment ascended up for ever and ever: and they have no rest day nor night, who worship the beast and his image, and whosoever received the mark of his name.”

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It is a warning to believers not to let any sin prevent them from missing the glorious rapture which can happen anytime soon.

We didn’t expect any less of the brilliant performance of Mike Bamiloye in the one man movie and we even got to watch him perform his song, ‘I will wait’ which we really loved.

Watch the short film below:

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Esther Longe, One of the Survivors of the 2006 ADC Plane Crash Shares Her Experience During the Crash (video)

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Esther Longe, One of the Survivors of the 2006 ADC Plane Crash shares During the Crash

Esther Kemmer Amoda, Now Esther Longe, is one of the survivors of the ADC plane crash that occurred in October 2006.

In a new video, she narrated how the crash happened, how she narrowly survived, and what it felt like seeing the bones of those who didn’t survive.

She explained that she was in Abuja waiting for a return flight to Sokoto where she was doing her NYSC with the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria as a duty flight announcer.

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As they were about to board the plane, the weather changed drastically and it started to rain.

She said she remembers wondering if the pilot can fly in such weather.

On the plane, she was sitting in the middle,  something she says is unusual as she’s used to sitting in front.

Before take off, she said she heard someone call her full name and she wondered who could know her that well. When she looked behind her, it was Esther Jeyibo, an airline staff who she knows from working at the Airport.

She said she left her seat and moved to the seat beside Esther Jeyibo at the rear of the plane.

Shortly after takeoff, she explained that the aircraft dipped and people began praying and calling on God but they didn’t think it was anything more than usual turbulence.

She said not long after, it dipped again and Christians started calling on Jesus, Muslims on Allah, and children were crying, calling on their parents.

At this point, the plane’s emergency light came on as everywhere was dark even though it was just 11 in the morning.

She said she still assumed it was normal turbulence.

Shortly after, she said she heard a loud bang like in the “cartoons” and looked out of the plane. When she looked in front of her, she saw a patch of grass, rather than the rest of the plane.

She explained that she was still in her seat on the plane, and her safety belt was still in place but she was on the floor of a field and it was raining heavily.

She reached under her seat for her bag and then removed her seat belt then looked around.

She heard a cry then and realised it was the other Esther. The impact had flung her in a different direction.

She said she went to get her and helped remove her seat belt but Esther had suffered an injury.

She said that as they walked, they saw a few other survivors, most of whom were injured and too shocked to move.

She narrated how she saw three sisters laying on top of each other and the one on top was trapping the other two beneath. She said they turned out to be the daughters of the Kogi State Governor.

She helped free them while still trying to make sense of what had happened.

She also told of how she saw a woman crying, looking for her brother who had been sitting in front of the plane with other men, as is the tradition of the Muslims, for men to seat separated from the women.

She said she assured the woman that her brother must be safe with the other half of the plane but didn’t know at the time that the only part of the plane that had survivors was the tail end they were on. The other part of the plane was just debris and human bones as it had burst into flames.

She explained that locals then came to the field. It was still raining. They then informed them that they were just outside the airport and the plane had crashed shortly after take-off.

Other locals had gone to the airport to get a shuttle that came to pick those who could walk to the airport hospital.

Esther said that while she was at the hospital, she desperately wanted to leave the airport so she called her friends who took her to a private hospital.

For this reason, as she wasn’t accounted for at first, she was initially reported amongst the dead, until she returned to the hospital later when she realised the impression her absence had given.

She explained that of the 105 people on board,  9 survived, only one was without injury. She was the one without injury.

She went on the narrate the bible verse she read that morning and how it spoke about man being vapour that could be gone any minute. She said she realised that if she had remained on her given seat, she would have died as only those at the tail end of the plane, starting from where she was seated, survived the crash.

The ADC plane crash Esther survived occurred on October 29th, 2006. It was a Boeing 737 operated by ADC Airlines.

It claimed many lives, including that of the then Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammadu Maccido, his Senator son, Alhaji Badamasi Maccido as well as Sokoto Deputy Governor, Alhaji Garba Muhammed.

The flight, carrying 100 passengers and 5 crew members, departed Lagos to Sokoto with an intermediate stop in Abuja.

Shortly after taking off from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, the plane crashed, broke up and caught fire in a cornfield.

Initially, 98 people were reported dead but Esther Amoda was later found to be alive. 97 people died, including a woman working on the field, who was reportedly killed after being struck by debris from the crash.

Listen to Esther’s story below:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CPLWeKklTZQ/

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Esther Longe, One of the Survivors of the 2006 ADC Plane Crash Shares Her Experience During the Crash (video)

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Esther Longe, One of the Survivors of the 2006 ADC Plane Crash shares During the Crash

Esther Kemmer Amoda, Now Esther Longe, is one of the survivors of the ADC plane crash that occurred in October 2006.

In a new video, she narrated how the crash happened, how she narrowly survived, and what it felt like seeing the bones of those who didn’t survive.

She explained that she was in Abuja waiting for a return flight to Sokoto where she was doing her NYSC with the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria as a duty flight announcer.

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As they were about to board the plane, the weather changed drastically and it started to rain.

She said she remembers wondering if the pilot can fly in such weather.

On the plane, she was sitting in the middle,  something she says is unusual as she’s used to sitting in front.

Before take off, she said she heard someone call her full name and she wondered who could know her that well. When she looked behind her, it was Esther Jeyibo, an airline staff who she knows from working at the Airport.

She said she left her seat and moved to the seat beside Esther Jeyibo at the rear of the plane.

Shortly after takeoff, she explained that the aircraft dipped and people began praying and calling on God but they didn’t think it was anything more than usual turbulence.

She said not long after, it dipped again and Christians started calling on Jesus, Muslims on Allah, and children were crying, calling on their parents.

At this point, the plane’s emergency light came on as everywhere was dark even though it was just 11 in the morning.

She said she still assumed it was normal turbulence.

Shortly after, she said she heard a loud bang like in the “cartoons” and looked out of the plane. When she looked in front of her, she saw a patch of grass, rather than the rest of the plane.

She explained that she was still in her seat on the plane, and her safety belt was still in place but she was on the floor of a field and it was raining heavily.

She reached under her seat for her bag and then removed her seat belt then looked around.

She heard a cry then and realised it was the other Esther. The impact had flung her in a different direction.

She said she went to get her and helped remove her seat belt but Esther had suffered an injury.

She said that as they walked, they saw a few other survivors, most of whom were injured and too shocked to move.

She narrated how she saw three sisters laying on top of each other and the one on top was trapping the other two beneath. She said they turned out to be the daughters of the Kogi State Governor.

She helped free them while still trying to make sense of what had happened.

She also told of how she saw a woman crying, looking for her brother who had been sitting in front of the plane with other men, as is the tradition of the Muslims, for men to seat separated from the women.

She said she assured the woman that her brother must be safe with the other half of the plane but didn’t know at the time that the only part of the plane that had survivors was the tail end they were on. The other part of the plane was just debris and human bones as it had burst into flames.

She explained that locals then came to the field. It was still raining. They then informed them that they were just outside the airport and the plane had crashed shortly after take-off.

Other locals had gone to the airport to get a shuttle that came to pick those who could walk to the airport hospital.

Esther said that while she was at the hospital, she desperately wanted to leave the airport so she called her friends who took her to a private hospital.

For this reason, as she wasn’t accounted for at first, she was initially reported amongst the dead, until she returned to the hospital later when she realised the impression her absence had given.

She explained that of the 105 people on board,  9 survived, only one was without injury. She was the one without injury.

She went on the narrate the bible verse she read that morning and how it spoke about man being vapour that could be gone any minute. She said she realised that if she had remained on her given seat, she would have died as only those at the tail end of the plane, starting from where she was seated, survived the crash.

The ADC plane crash Esther survived occurred on October 29th, 2006. It was a Boeing 737 operated by ADC Airlines.

It claimed many lives, including that of the then Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammadu Maccido, his Senator son, Alhaji Badamasi Maccido as well as Sokoto Deputy Governor, Alhaji Garba Muhammed.

The flight, carrying 100 passengers and 5 crew members, departed Lagos to Sokoto with an intermediate stop in Abuja.

Shortly after taking off from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, the plane crashed, broke up and caught fire in a cornfield.

Initially, 98 people were reported dead but Esther Amoda was later found to be alive. 97 people died, including a woman working on the field, who was reportedly killed after being struck by debris from the crash.

Listen to Esther’s story below:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CPLWeKklTZQ/

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