Monthly Archives: November 2018

Power! Power!! Power!!!

By Amobi Pat Chukwuma Power belongs to God. But since Satan’s revolt in heaven, everything has altered. Lucifer, who was the head of the Angels, challenged the power of God. He conspired with his fellow dissident angels to overthrow God and usurp His power. Unfortunately, his heinous agenda failed. War broke out in heaven between the faithful and unfaithful angels. ...

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Arthur Eze backs Buhari, donates N1b for Umahi’s reelection

Renowned oil magnet, Prince Arthur Eze, yesterday, announced his support for the second term bids of President Muhammandu Buhari and Ebonyi State Governor, Chief David Umahi. To that end, he announced the donation of N1 billion to Governor Umahi to enable him fund his re-election bid. He also donated N250 million to the traditional rulers in the state. First largess ...

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VP: Atiku visits Ekweremadu, explains choice of Obi

The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, on Monday visited the Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, to seek his understanding over the choice of Mr Peter Obi as his running mate. On the entourage of Atiku were the Director General of the PDP Presidential Campaign Council, who is also the President of the Senate, ...

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Polish Nun Who Helped Saved Jews During Holocaust Dies At 110

Sister Cecylia Maria Roszak. Credit: Archdiocese of Krakow via Flickr. Believed to be the “oldest nun in the world,” Polish Dominican nun Sister Cecylia Maria Roszak has died at the age of 110, the Archdiocese of Krakow has announced. Sr. Cecylia was born Maria Roszak on March 25, 1908 in the town of Kielczewo in west-central Poland. After graduating from ...

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Kenya Bans Marie Stopes From Performing, Advertising Abortions

Kenyan authorities have banned the international abortion group Marie Stopes from offering any form of abortions in the country. This comes after a government agency investigated complaints that the group was promoting abortion through its advertisements. Marie Stopes is a UK-based organization that claims to be the “world’s largest provider of contraception and safe abortion services” and operates in 37 ...

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Priest Killed By Military Gunfire In Cameroon

A priest serving in Cameroon has been killed by military gunfire, amid a military and political conflict that has rocked the country for in recent years. Fr. Cosmas Ombato Ondari was reportedly killed Nov. 21 in Mamfe, a city in the country’s southwest, CNA has learned. Onari, a member of the Mill Hill Missionaries, had been serving in the country ...

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Ganduje Denies Donating N10m To EFCC, ICPC

Hours after announcing the donation of N10 million to the upcoming National Anti-corruption Marathon tournament, the Kano State government has denied the report. Recall that the state government, in a statement, had announced the donation of N10 million to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC, Independent Corrupt Practices Commission, ICPC, and Athletic Federation of Nigeria, AFN, who are the ...

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You Are Wrong to Seal-Off Anambra Assembly, Lawmakers Tell Police

By Jude Atupulazi Members of the Anambra State House of Assembly on Monday asked the police to unseal the legislative complex to enable them to carry out their lawful activities, unhindered. The Anambra State Police Command had on Thursday last weak sealed the assembly complex following a fracas that had resulted from the impeachment of the Speaker, Rita Maduagwu, on ...

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