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Prophet Odumeje forgives Ada Jesus after the King of his community intervened. He also gave her family the sum of N1million for medical treatment

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SOME NIGERIAN NEWSPAPER HEADLINES, 10/04/2021

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FG, Reps in marathon meeting with doctors over strike

Seven injured in foiled Bauchi jailbreak

FG intensifies search, releases names, pictures of fleeing Owerri inmates

Soldiers, militiamen clash in Benue, 21 killed

Anti-Buhari protesters secretly arraigned, remanded in Kogi prison

Alex Saab: Ezekwesili threatens to sue Omojuwa for fraud, hires Falana

COVID-19: 2021 WASSCE to start by August not May –WAEC

FG about to start four new rail projects — Amaechi

Nigeria’s daily oil production hits 1.57 million barrels

US embassy issues visa fraud alert to Nigerians

Maritime workers threaten strike as dockworkers lose job to foreigners

Shoprite: Trade, forex policies, others hurting businesses, says LCCI

IPOB, OPC operating like Boko Haram — Dambazau

Makinde, Fayose’s factions fight over 756 S’West PDP congress delegates

Wike bans meeting of Igbo group in Rivers

Sanwo-Olu approves bursary, scholarship awards for Lagos students

COVID-19: Lagos, FCT shut seven treatment centres

Niger places restriction on okada, keke

Lagos consumes 6,000 cattle daily, to set up ranches –Commissioner

300-level LASU student kidnapped

Prince Philip: Queen Elizabeth begins eight-day mourning, Buhari, others send condolences

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation
Medical trip: Buhari only went to London for second opinion – Ngige

Striking Resident Doctors to refund N308 million over payment to government treasury

Attacks on Police, Correctional Centre in Imo can lead to insurgency – Lawan

Tension in Benue as military hunts killers of 11 soldiers

Security personnel foil attempted jail break in Bauchi

Yam Market fire: Senator seeks FG’s support for victims in Plateau

NCS names Owerri prison escapees, publishes pictures

Buhari specially loves Ijaw people because of ex-President Jonathan – Sylva

Security situation in South-East, South-South critical, says IGP

IPOB raises alarm over killing of Biafrans in Akwa Ibom, Benue

2023: ACF, Northern Elders, others reject zoning, back restructuring

Encomiums as CCII honours ALGON chair, Aleshinloye

I won’t pay ransom even if my son is kidnapped, says El-Rufai

COVID-19: Lagos eases restrictions on social, event centres

Florence Ajimobi celebrates first birthday without hubby

Police arrest cleric for abducting teenage girl for ritual in Ogun

Gunmen kidnap petrol dealer in Fayemi’s hometown

Burna Boy’s producer Benjamz gets Grammy recognition

Outrage over Zamfara gov’s threat against southerners

Audiomack backs Slum2School with $5000 equipment

Save the Children, GSK donate N20m oxygen equipment to Jigawa hospital

Flood of tributes as Prince Phillip dies at 99

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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FG targets 25m Nigerians with solar home system

NAF graduates186 Special Forces and Combat personnel

Customs Strike Force seizes N786.9m contraband in Kano, Jigawa

Drug barons, crime merchants exploit our children to perpetuate crime — Miyetti Allah

Escalating attacks in South-East, plot to deny Ndigbo presidency in 2023 — Youth leaders

Arms are flooding into Nigeria as if war is on — Bolaji Akinyemi

Buhari’s lack of capacity to govern fueling ethnic, religious tensions ― PDP governors

Congress: Melaye chairs PDP screening committee for S/West

3,000 APC, APGA members defect to PDP in Abia

7 injured in Bauchi Correctional centre riot – spokesman

Bandits kill one, abduct 10 people; set houses ablaze, rustle cattle in Niger

KANO: KCPC to shutdown down restaurants, bakeries, others without health certificate

Insecurity: Bayelsa to set up surveillance teams to police communities

STEAM UP LAGOS holds WASSCE performance intervention meeting

Adjogbe condoles with Itsekiri nation over demise HRM Ogiame Ikenwoli

Kaduna govt vaccinates 6,250 dogs against rabies — Official

Church inaugurates school for autism, Downs syndrome children

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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Exclusive interview with the father of Chinemerem Martin, the young man who was allegedly killed by his boss at ASPAMDA in Lagos where he served as Nwaboyi..

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SOME NIGERIAN NEWSPAPER HEADLINES, 02/04/2021

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FG threatens NARD as doctors begin strike after agreement

Nigerians without NIN risk imprisonment, says minister

Bandits invade Niger joint forces camp, kill seven, abduct 10

NAF diverted Rivers $10m armoured helicopter to Baram Haram war – Wike

NBA to probe CCT chairman’s assault on Abuja guard

Grass-cutting scam: Babachir asks court to reject EFCC documents

EFCC arrests 34 suspected Internet fraudsters in Oyo, Lagos

2023: INEC rejects NIN for voter registration

External reserves lost $178m in March – CBN

Two Chinese abducted, Soyinka warns Amotekun against abuse

Controversy as Customs invade Lagos market, cart away rice, money

Advertisers kick against minister’s comments on placing advertorials

How China-based bizman was abducted, died in kidnappers’ den, ransom collected

Ogun woos investors for trade fair

Lagos shuts 430 event centres, clubs

Truck kills two students of same parents in Ogun

Herdsmen machete Ondo female farmer for resisting grazing on plantation

SOKAPU tackles Miyetti Allah as herders claim seven members killed

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation
Strike paralyses hospitals

Search begins for Air Force jet missing in Boko Haram action

U.S. report: No evidence of massacre at Lekki Tollgate

U.S report on Lekki shooting prejudicial, says Falana

NIN not mandatory for voter registration, says INEC

Show love, appreciation to one another, Buhari tells Nigerians

NBA to probe CCT Chair ‘assault’ incident

Alleged N2.1b fraud: Appeal Court frees Dokpesi, his firm

Insecurity hurtful to economy, says IG

Soyinka becomes Amotekun super marshal

Nasarawa governor backs power shift to South

COVID-19: Lagos vaccinates 1,700 pilgrims

Kidnapping, banditry: 53 held in Osun, Kwara, others

Only Olu of Warri can suspend Ologbotsere, say princes

Ibadan rice traders protest invasion by Customs officers

Kano Pillars eye first win over Warri Wolves since 2014

Neku advocates more women’s involvement in polo

PUGILISM : Lagos agog as GOtv Boxing Night returns

Dapo Fafowora at 80

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Vanguard
Senate Lampoons FCT- IRS over N1billion remittance to FIRS

Attack on Soludo: Police arrest 4 more suspects

NIS warns Nigerians against fake marriages with foreigners

SEC approves appointment of CEOs of demutualised entities of NSE

Berlin tightens restrictions as Merkel appeals for ‘quiet Easter’

Almost one in seven suffers long Covid, UK study finds

French parliament slams government’s coronavirus response

Boko Haram kill one, loot foodstuffs in Borno

Food scarcity is source of insecurity — Scientist

APC extends nationwide membership registration, revalidation exercise by 3 weeks

Attack on Soludo: Strange development ― APGA National chairman

DBN loans to small, medium businesses rise 89% to N191.9bn

NSE opens April with N67bn loss ahead Easter celebrations

Don’t be discouraged by attacks on police stations, Ikpeazu’s aide tasks policemen

Akwa Ibom: Man bags three-year jail term for defiling minor

Easter: IBEDC deploys special team to mitigate disruption of electricity supply

Apapa Gridlock: Lagos, unions parley over e-call up system ends in deadlock

Don’t use Ivermectin to treat COVID-19 patients, WHO, others caution

(www.vanguardngr.com)

Love sacrifices all things to bless the thing it loves. – Edward Bulwer-Lytton

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THE DIFFERENT STAGES OF A MARRIAGE

  1. THE AMAZEMENT STAGE
    This is the “wow” stage.
    Lots of new things to discover with your spouse.
    The newness, the freshness is so amazing.
    Sleeping on the same bed, wearing the same attire, cooking for him, doing house chores with her, bathing together. Wearing your dazzling wedding ring everywhere, turning people’s head at the newest couple around.
    Loads and lots of fun. Sexual exploration and excitement.
    Being in control of your kitchen, feeding him and lots more.
    It’s the HONEYMOON stage and it’s so so beautiful.
  2. THE IRRITATION STAGE
    This is when you begin to notice weaknesses you have overlooked or blissfully wish they go away but didn’t.
    The repetition of such weaknesses begins to work on your nerves and you are getting irritated: he snores a lot, she is slow in the kitchen, she belches loudly, he screams unnecessarily, she won’t bathe before coming to bed or shave, he spends many hours watching football and ignores you when you talk. “What’s just wrong with this guy?” You think aloud, well it’s part of marriage.
  3. THE ANGER STAGE
    This is when the repetition of such weaknesses gets on your nerves and you display your anger. The introverted partners stuffs it in and either keep malice, avoid you or stubbornly continue with the irritating habit.
    It’s the stage you begin to wonder: “have I really married the wrong guy?”
    “Have I married the wrong woman?”
    No, you did not, you are simply going through a phase together.
  4. THE RESOLUTION STAGE
    When you both begin to face the reality of marriage and acknowledge your partner’s weaknesses. You eventually realize anger and malice does not solve any problem and begins to find ways to deal with your differences, both of you begin to compromise here and there and adjust to each other.
  5. THE ACCEPTANCE STAGE
    When it dawned on you that some things are just part of your partner and may never change.
    You resigned from anger, abuse and quarrel and choose to accept them, lovingly adjust to them and enjoy them regardless of their weaknesses.
  6. THE RESTFUL STAGE:
    This is the stage you permanently accept them with all their strengths, weaknesses, short comings and flaws and love them unconditionally regardless of what they do.
    THIS IS REAL LOVE -agape, divine and true.
    You reconnect emotionally, spiritually and physically at a deeper level and enjoy honey moon again while building a lasting marriage regardless of the challenges you face.

There is no perfect marriage.
Every marriage goes through this stages. How you handle it will determine if you will come out bitter or better.
You don’t have to abuse your spouse or keep malice if God is at the centre of your home and you obey the word of God daily. #Nevertheless, do not be disappointed if you go through the unpleasant stages in marriage.
It is a phase and will surely end.

#Handle your marriage with wisdom and keep loving regardless of the challenges you face.

That is what will make your marriage a heaven on earth experience.

#THANKS_FOR_READING#

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My sister’s husband
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Episode 17
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Thank you very much madam, for allowing me to rest in your shop, I think I will be on my way. “Ken said
ok dear, thanks for keeping me company. “Cynthia said and after that Ken left, immediately he left Cynthia went inside her shop and cried herself out.
“so my sister Nancy could do this to me after all I have done for her, even bright have the guts to cheat on me with my ungrateful sister, and she is even pregnant for him, so he is the b -man Nancy have been talking about without me knowing that is my husband she have been referring to, Nancy you are very wicked and my God will judge you, but don’t worry I will pay you and b -man a surprise visit. “Cynthia said and cried because she was too heart broken, she never believe that her sister and husband could back stab her.
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Two days later, Nancy and bright were together in the room having sex as usual.
“Baby you are too sweet, I can’t wait to marry you soon. “bright said sweating after they finish having sex
“and you are also sweet, that was why I can’t love another man apart from you. “Nancy also said and kissed him
don’t worry very soon I will divorce my wife so that you will be the only woman in my life. “bright said while romancing her
And I can’t wait for that day for you to divorce my sister because I don’t want to share you with anybody .”Nancy said
“so what do you want our baby to be? because I want a male child. “bright teased her
me I also want a male child that will make you happy. “Nancy said smiling
well anyway is okay, whether a boy or girl all of them are still childre…… “as bright was still talking, a knock came on the door.
“Are you expecting anyone? bright asked
not at all, maybe is one of our neighbor, you know all this people like begging, if they did not beg for salt they will beg for oil or they will beg to snap us, well let me go to the door to know what they want this time. so she went to know who was at the door, on getting there she opened the door but was shocked on who she saw, right in front of her was her sister Cynthia
Aunty! what are you doi…… doing here ? Nancy asked surprisedly with a shaking voice
Are you surprise to see me in your house? so you are pregnant and you never bother to tell me so that I can congratulate you, so who is the lucky man who got you pregnant? Cynthia asked pretending not to know but inside her she feel like to strangle her
erm….erm… is b -man .”Nancy manage to say with a shaking voice
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Meanwhile bright was still inside the room waiting for Nancy because she have been taking long to come.
what is still keeping Nancy? she have spend more than thirty minutes to know who is at the door, anyway let me go there to know what is delaying her. “so bright stood up to know what is still keeping Nancy because she have stayed too long, on getting there he was very shocked to see his wife.
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To be continued……
🤔🤔🤔🙄 It’s time for some mix feelings.

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I WORKED FOR MY HUSBAND TO BECOME WEALTHY BY SLEEPING AROUND WITH MEN.
(Angela’s ordeal)


Episode One
By: Alfred Wysdom (Mr. Suspense)
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The more men I sleep with, the more wealth my husband acquired.
My name is Angela, I married my husband at the age of twenty. Few months into our marriage, I took in and had a set of twins after nine months , a boy and a girl.
Two years after our marriage, my husband called me one night after dinner and told me he had something to tell me. I gave him all the attention needed, because I saw seriousness in him.
Me: “I hope all is well honey?”. I asked anxiously.
Husband: “Everything is fine baby”. He replied and brought out two different bunch of keys and placed them on the table before me as I looked in confusion.
Me: “What are the keys for”. A surprised me asked.
Husband: “They are for you my love”. He answered smiling and took the first bunch. “This is for a duplex in Victoria Island, I bought it in your name”. He said as I kept mute in shock looking at him, then he picked the second bunch. “Right in the compound you’ll find a Toyota Prado Jeep, also bought in your name”. He said still smiling.
We lived in a duplex and had fleet of cars, the reason I was surprised at his gifts. He expected I jumped in excitement and give him a hug, but he was shocked at my coldness after he presented the keys to me.
Husband: “You ought to be excited, why is your mood like this? “. He asked in astonishment.
Me: You’re right baby, I ought to be excited, but I’m not. We live in a duplex and drive fleet of different cars, why spending millions to buy a house in my name? “.
Husband: “Women…” he said laughing. “I bought you this gift to celebrate the arrival of our twins and also plead with you for something”.
Me: “Plead with me for something?’. I asked.
Husband: “Yes, something very important to me and something that will sustain my wealth”. He replied in a low voice.
Me: “What could that be, I hope it is something I can do?”.
Husband: “It could sound stupid and may appear difficult for you, but with understanding, you can do it”. He answered.
Me: “What is it, just say it to me?”. I told him, then he moved closer, placing his right hand across my neck.
“Husband:”Sleep with my friends, or any other man, it will multiply my wealth”. He said smiling, as I got up and landed him a dirty slap and walked away.
Episode Two Next….
Should I continue?

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Episode 15 & 16
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One night Cynthia woke bright up in the middle of the night for a discussion because her husband infidelity is bothering her so much, she cannot bear it anymore that was why she wake him up so that they could talk.
“Honey! what is it? you know I just returned back yesterday, you suppose to allow me to sleep, even if you have anything you want to talk about, you should have at least wait till morning instead of disturbing my sleep. “bright said with a sleepy eyes
This is the opportunity I have now to talk to you because I know that tomorrow morning you will go to your so called job and will not return till after two weeks or more than that, so this is the time I need to talk to you. “Cynthia said
“Alright, so what is it that you want to discuss with me? bright asked and seated up
honestly speaking am not happy the way our marriage is turning into, you are not caring and loving the way you used to be before, for the past one year and some months you have totally change, you are not the loving husband I used to know, you will leave me all alone here and go out all in the name of your job, I will not see you again until after two weeks or one month sometimes three months before you come back which is not fair, tell me the truth are you seeing another woman? Cynthia asked with anxiety
“Honey why will you talk like this, you know that I can never cheat on you. “bright replied
so where have you been staying all this while? Cynthia followed his statement
work of course, where else do you think am staying? look honey this job am doing is for our own good or do you want me to quit the job and be staying at home? no am a man, I need to be working so that I can take care of you and our coming kids I know children will come one day. “bright said
“not that I don’t want you to work, my major problem is you leaving the house for two weeks or months before coming back without knowing how am coping been alone in this house, try to consider me sometimes. “Cynthia said but she never mentioned anything to him concerning what her friend told her of him coming out from the boutique with a woman, she just keep it to herself waiting for the right time to catch him red handed
“Am I not providing everything you asked for? or am I not satisfying you on the bed, even if I stay one year at work all that matters most is for me to satisfy your needs when ever am around, please honey like I said before am very tired and need to sleep .”bright said and went back to sleep, while Cynthia was speechless, after some moment she also went to sleep.
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Episode 16
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One day Cynthia was in her shop thinking, when a customer named Ken came, at first she did not notice his presence until when the customer tapped her that she came back to reality.
Ah…. madam, what are you thinking? have been here for almost ten minutes but you didn’t notice my present, whatever the problem is you have to take it easy, everybody have his or her own problem, so you don’t have to kill yourself thinking over your problem. “Ken said to her
Am sorry for not noticing your present, so what do you want to buy? Cynthia asked
“do you have any smart collection perfume? Ken asked
“yes I have it ” Cynthia said and went inside her shop and get him the perfume that he needed, after that he paid her and collected the perfume
please let me rest a little here before I go the sun is too much. “Ken said and then sit on one of the chair which was outside the shop, while Cynthia also sat in the other chair she was sitting before. As Ken was still resting, he brought out his phone and started scrolling on it looking at the pictures he have on the phone, as he was still looking at the pictures smiling, Cynthia’s eyes caught one of the picture which got her attention.
“sorry, please give me your phone let me see something, there is this picture of two people that I saw that got my attention. “Cynthia said and then Ken handed her his phone, so Cynthia started scrolling on the pictures until she saw the picture that got her attention. her heart skipped on what she saw, it was the picture of Nancy and her husband that she saw on the phone, that moment she wanted to cry but she control her tears from dropping so that Ken will not see her crying.
“Please do you know this people? she asked showing him the picture on the phone with her heart beating so fast
Ah… those people, they are the latest couple we have in our compound. “Ken replied smiling and that moment Cynthia almost fell from her chair because of what she just heard
“so you mean you know them? she asked again trying to be sure of what she heard
who doesn’t know b -man and his fiance Nancy who is pregnant for him, they are planning to get married soon, ah…. that b-man love that girl Nancy so much, they are the talk of the street, every couple want to be like them, I snapped this picture of them four days ago when they were going out, and that is what others in our compound and streets are also doing snapping them because they are among the best couples we have in our street. “Ken said and Cynthia was very heartbroken, she feel like to cry that moment
“please can you give me the address of where they are staying because me too want to snap them. “Cynthia requested
hmm….. everybody want to snap b -man and his fiance Nancy, they have now turned to celebrities, b -man I hail ooo…..”Ken said and later gave Cynthia the address she requested for
“thank you very much, when will I meet them at home? Cynthia asked again
they normally stay at home, sometimes b -man will not go to work for two weeks because of Nancy, he so much love that girl, awww…. am jealous of them, do you know that b -man bought the latest car for Nancy last month? that man showers that girl a lot. “Ken said and this pissed Cynthia off
“how I wish that this guy will just go because his type can give somebody heart attack with his running mouth, if he stay here another ten minutes I might die of B.p .”Cynthia thought to herself and also hurt at the same time of what she heard, not too long Ken stood up from his chair.
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To be continued……….
Trouble in paradise. Time for some drama 🤭🤭🤭🤫

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SOME NIGERIAN NEWSPAPER HEADLINES, 30/03/2021

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Buhari leaves for London medical holiday today as doctors set for strike

Buhari, National Assembly in closed-door meeting over security, vaccine budgets

Some terrorists operating as bandits, Kidnappers, fund operations with ransoms – Fayemi

Again, Senate summons Emefiele, alleges federation account $9.5m missing

FG, states’ debt profile rise to N32.9trn

Govs shun striking parliamentary workers, assemblies remain shut

Discos failed to pay N510.53bn in 2020 – NERC

Over 120 million Nigerians facing energy poverty, says Sylva

FDI drops to $65m over insecurity, COVID-19 uncertainties

At last, Kogi ready to administer COVID-19 vaccine

Nigerians tired of fasting, introduce stimulus, Tinubu tells FG

Kano is most peaceful state in Nigeria, says Tinubu

Colloquium: I chose Kano to prove Yoruba, Fulani are one —Tinubu

One killed as police disperse protesting Shi’ites in Abuja

NLC threatens to ground Turkish Airlines over workers’ rights

Three crude export pipelines recorded 1,603 attacks in two years – JTF

51 illegal immigrants arrested in South-South, S’East

PDP suspends ex- gov Aliyu for working against Jonathan

PDP attacks APC over alleged N25tn missing fund, demands probe

Ex-PDP chairman killed, wife abducted in Niger

Umahi suspends Ebonyi community appointees over communal clash

Bandits subdue vigilante in Adamawa attack, kidnap two leaders

Bayelsa issues 14-day deadline for herdsmen to ranch cattle

Alaafin laments release of arrested Fulani kidnappers by police

Super Eagles vs Lesotho: Lagos to restrict movement in Surulere

Obama mourns Kenyan ‘granny’

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation
Nigeria is better, stronger as one nation – Buhari

Tinubu has become an institution, says Osinbajo

Weather stops Osinbajo, Southwest governors from flying to Kano

Alleged missing $9.5m: Senate gives Emefiele 72 hours to honour invitation

Court orders prompt hearing of suit against Appeal Court Justices’ appointment

255 stranded Nigerians in Saudi Arabia arrive in Abuja

Tinubu seeks recruitment of 50 million youths into army

Fed Govt kicks off N50b export facility

Fed Govt kicks against proposed upgrade of healthcare facilities to tertiary institutions

NIMC launches new mobile app for SIM-NIN linkage

Oil rebounds on Suez Canal crisis

566,917 Nigerians vaccinated so far, says FG

I am not a negotiator for bandits – Gumi

Kashimawo Laloko is dead

IPOB warns against linking security outfit with gunmen

PDP alleges Abuja-Kano road project costs N2b per kilometre

Three killed at Benue party

IPOB members, 14 others held over killing of policemen in Southeast

Truck crushes four students, Okada rider to death in Oyo

Tension in Niger Delta over plot to extend NDDC’s management tenure

Bayelsa to Miyetti Allah, others: move your livestock out of Yenagoa in 14 days

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Vanguard
Advertise during NPFL games or risk N100,000 fine — FG tells brands advertising on CNN

Imported Syringes, Needles: Senate summons Health, Trade ministers, NAFDAC DG

Buhari leaves Nigeria Tuesday for medical check-up in UK

Military deploying new tactics to end violent extremism ― Defence Minister

WHO experts say Covid probably came to humans from animals

Northern Governors congratulate Tinubu at 69

Colloquium: Ganduje and I represent Nigeria’s unity, says Tinubu

Market forces should determine gas prices for sustained growth ― DPR

Wet Season Farming: Farmers express worry over high prices of fertilizers, availability

Animal diseases: Herdsman canvasses establishment of dairy farms

Masari inaugurates 21-man committee on Katsina market inferno

Okowa appoints 12 Permanent Secretaries, Auditor-General, others

Police brutality: 80% of cases at hearing stage in Kaduna

COVID-19: Osun begins vaccination of 800 intending pilgrims to Hajj

Jigawa: Police arrest 8 suspects over alleged vehicles theft

10 arrested over alleged burning of 10 houses in Imo

Buhari’s home state to reintroduce development levy, cattle tax — Official

NANS commends Sanwo-Olu for Eko Digital Initiative

Nigeria vs Lesotho: Lagos to shut Teslim Balogun Stadium roads for 12 hours, Tuesday

(www.vanguardngr.com)

Whenever you do a thing, act as if all the world were watching. – Thomas Jefferson

Good morning

Demola Adunola
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LEARN TO APPRECIATE YOUR CREATOR.
I want you to take note of the following that make up the “YOU” that you think you are:

1: Number of bones: 206
2: Number of muscles: 639
3: Number of kidneys: 2
4: Number of milk teeth: 20
5: Number of ribs: 24 (12 pair)
6: Heart chamber number: 4
7: Largest artery: Aorta
8: Normal blood pressure: 120/80 Mmhg
9: Blood Ph: 7.4
10: Number of vertebrae in spinal column: 33
11: Number of vertebrae in the neck: 7
12: Number of bones in middle ear: 6
13: Number of bones in face: 14
14: Number of bones in skull: 22
15: Number of bones in chest: 25
16: Number of bones in arms: 6
17: Number of muscles in the human arm: 72
18: Number of pumps in the heart: 2
19: Largest organ: Skin
20: Largest gland: Liver
21: Largest cell: female ovum
22: Smallest cell: Sperm
23: Smallest bone: Stapes middle ear
24: First transplanted organ: Kidney
25: Average length of small intestine: 7m
26: Average length of large intestine: 1.5 m
27: Average weight of newborn baby: 3 kg
28: Pulse rate in one minute: 72 times
29: Normal body temperature: 37 C ° (98.4 f °)
30: Average blood volume: 4 to 5 LITERS
31: LIFETIME Red blood cells: 120 days
32: LIFETIME White blood cells: 10 to 15 days
33: Pregnancy period: 280 days (40 weeks)
34: Number of bones in human foot: 33
35: Number of bones in each wrist: 8
36: Number of bones in hand: 27
37: Largest endocrine gland: Thyroid
38: Largest lymphatic organ: Spleen
40: Largest and strongest bone: Femur
41: Smallest muscle: Stapedius (middle ear)
41: Chromosome number: 46 (23 pair)
42: Number of newborn baby bones: 306
43: Blood viscosity: 4.5 to 5.5
44: Universal donor blood group: O
45: Universal recipient blood group: AB
46: Largest white blood cell: Monocyte
47: Smallest white blood cell: Lymphocyte
48: The increased red blood cell count is called: Polycythemia
49: Blood bank in the body is: Spleen
50: River of Life is called: Blood
51: Normal blood cholesterol level: 100 mg / dl
52: Fluid part of blood is: Plasma

A perfectly designed machine that allows you to enjoy this adventure called life. Take care of it. Do not damage it with vices and excesses.

The day you stopped APPRECIATING GOD is the day your life START DEPRECIATING.

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Lesson from Evan’s the kidnapper

. So far Evans have Confessed to the Following Kidnappings and Ransom Collections in Edo and Lagos States:

(1) Mr Mbarikatta William Uboma, kidnapped in Festac June 16 2012, Evans collected 20m Ransom.

2) Mr Paul Cole Native of Ohafia in Abia state. Kidnapped August 23rd, 2012 at Festac town 20m Ransom Paid.

3) Mr Mohammed Jamal, A Lebanese kidnapped August 19, 2012 at Ajah N17M ransom paid at Ojo Area Lagos,

4) Mr Kingsley Nwokenta, kidnapped September 19, 2012 after he left Lebanon Bar in Festac, paid N15M ransom and his black Toyota Venza was Carted away by Evans.

5) Mr Anthony Ozoanidobi kidnapped October 10th 2012 along Marwa road Satellite town, 15m Ransom was Paid There after he was released at Apple junction, Amuwo-Odofin Lagos.

6)Mr Leo Abraham, Kidnapped August 20, 2012, 15m Ransom was paid, was released along Badagry road, Lagos.

7) Mr Ojukwu Cosmas, Sells Toyota parts at Aspanda Trade fair. Kidnapped January 21, 2016 at Festac town. $1m Ransom Paid.

  1. Mr James Uduji, Kidnapped at 7th Avenue Festac late last year. Held for 6 six weeks. Paid $1.2m Ransom.
  2. Chief Raymond Okoye – Odu- Na –Ichida. Kidnapped 2015. Paid $1M Ransom held captive for 2months

10) Uche Okoroafor, trader at Alaba Mkt, kidnapped 2015, held captive for three months, paid $1M Ransom.

11) Elias Ukachukwu kidnapped November 2015. Paid $1M Ransom.

(12) Francis Umeh also a spare parts dealer at Aspanda. Kidnapped July 2016 at Raji Rasaki Estate. Released after $1m Ransom Was Paid.

13) Chief Vincent Obianudo Owner of Young Shall Grow Motors, Evans led his gang to kidnap him in 2013 Fortunately Police attached to Chief Vincent Opened fire and gunned down 2 Evans boys and Evans killed One the police man and escaped, Chief Vincent Sustained Bullet wounds and Survived after Several Surgeries,

14) His last Victim in Lagos is Mr Donatus Dunu, a Pharmacist and Importer of Drugs who was kidnapped on February 14, 2017 in Elupeju area of Lagos and after the sum of N150million was paid by the family to Evans he refused to release Victim and demanded for another 300m Naira But Fortunately Mr Dunu was able to escape from the Evans detention Camp in Igando on May 12, 2017.

(15) Mr Ohunyon Ernest kidnapped by Evans in Edo State November 2011. Paid ransom of #85million

16) Chief Dan Odiete kidnapped by Evans in Benin 2013, paid 61 million ransom.

17) Mr Uyi Technical, kidnapped by Evans in Benin 2013. Paid 100million ransom.

18) Mr Tom line, Kidnapped by Evans in Benin 2012. Paid #100million ransom.

19) Kings paint, Kidnapped by Evans in Benin 2010 paid ransom of #40million

20) Mr Randeki, Kidnapped by Evans in 2010. Paid ransom of #30million.

Investigation in Progress

So far in Total:

  • In Naira a sum of #668m.
  • In Dollars a sum of $6.2m

EVANS AND OUR HUMAN VALUE SYSTEM

God will not change peoples condition until they change their value system

On Evans and his likes head lie several chieftaincy titles given by traditional leaders without knowing his source of income

Around him flocked several women without knowing what he does for a living

Upon his head lie several prayers made by MOG who never heard from the Holy Spirit about who he is.

This is how depraved we have become as a society

If not for his arrest, he is capable of sponsoring three governors to win next election

We all jubilate at his arrest However, we helped in his elevation

His neighbours locked up their houses and never bothered to find out who he is… Sat with him probably at Community Monthly Meetings.

The Church he attends with his family must have celebrated the “goodness”of God upon his life. Probably acknowledged him as a tither without knowing what he does for a living.

Nigeria ambassadors attended his philanthropic projects in Ghana without questioning his source of wealth.

Several characters are coming out to contest next election relying mainly on blood money and other cheat induced wealth

So what should we learn from this?

Let’s stop venerating wealth and position that are sudden

Let’s start valuing excellence that are not necessarily primed on monetary acquisition.

Let’s go back to core human value of morality in our society

If we fail to do these, we might be helping another Evans to rise to stardom

Let’s not only shine our eyes but also our brains before using our thumbs.

May God wake us up.

Dr Abideen Olaiya
Pls.kindly re- circulate/share so that the core values of human can be regained.
May God Reward all of you who circulate this message.

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Update on chinemerem’s death

WHY I TOOK MY SON TO LAGOS, AND WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED – FATHER OF CHINEMELUM MARTINS SPEAKS.

I was in my house one of the night when my son’s boss called me to lay complain to me that my son is stealing from him. I told him, you know that boy is like a son to you people please handle this case with care or if it warrant me to come to Lagos, I will. Then in the morning of the following day I went to my son’s boss father, who happens to be the one that Chinemelum spent almost half of his life with both from primary and secondary, he also refers to my son as also his son(nwa m). I asked the father are you aware that your two sons are having problem? He said he wasn’t aware so I briefed him and told him that incase his son should present the case to him, he should tell his son to bring back my son let’s settle whatever difference they may be having. I never heard from them again but I kept visiting his father’s who I also took as a friend, we do discuss. The day they arrested my wife I wasn’t aware, from work I stopped over at his house to ask him what’s the update on the issue of his two sons, that was when he told me that his son went to my house, I replied him, he wouldn’t meet anyone, so he told me he met my wife. I now said okay, since he met my wife let me go and ask my wife what they discussed.

Then I went home, after eating I asked my wife, I heard that Martins boss was here, what did he tell you, she now told me, he came and took her to station to write statement, that their son is wanted person, that he ran away from his house with over 30Million naira. When I contacted him, he told me that no matter where my son is that he will get him because he have reported to police across various states in Nigeria and that the boy is declared wanted and also he will publish his details on National dailies. At this point, I haven’t seen my son, I became worried over the safety of my son but I don’t have anything to say because my son have already been accused.

So after few days, my son came back, I saw the scars on his body, I took him first to the studio, snapped him for evidence, his eye was damaged. He now told me how he escaped his boss brutality over an allegation. I told him to tell me the truth, if he knows anything about the money Atleast we can beg and resolve the issue, he said he knows nothing. I took him to his boss father to also narrate the story to him, I even told him to sleep there and tell the man what happened who took him as a son Atleast he can beg his son to forgive you. Both had their discussion and he later came back home that day he didn’t sleep there. So after their discussion when my son came back and we wanted the boss to come back home let’s iron things at home, he said no, that I and my son should come to Lagos that his brother Chijioke will bring us. So I prepared took my son because “clear conscience fears no accusation”, and I told his father what he said, his father said we should go that he have talked to his son, that’s it’s just an issue of apology and the truth, so on the assurance of the father, I took my son because I want to iron out this case amicably. Did I commit any crime there?

When we arrived Lagos on Friday 19/3/2021 at exactly 2:00pm, we started discussing the issue, because that’s what I came for, the boss showed me something like oil that my son is using it to charm him, I told him this is not why we are here, that the first accusation was missing fund, this is my son hear him out. My son told him same thing he told me and his father, after almost two hours of discussion, the boss said he doesn’t want to hear anything that the boy should tell him those people he is giving his goods, that’s all he want to hear. My son keep telling him, that there’s no one anywhere. So he placed call and a lady and a man came who happened to be police, they took my son, I went with them, immediately my son arrived the police station which is close to ASPAMDA, they asked him to pullout his clothes which he did. So they ask him to make statements, he made same statements he have been making from beginning that no one wants to believe. He was taken into the cell that Friday night. After some hours I went back with his boss to his house, they gave me a room but I said no and I slept outside till day breaks, on Saturday morning, when everyone came out including his mother in law, they were blaming me for sleeping outside, I told them that anyone that snake is inside his house doesn’t sleep. I can’t be sleeping when my son with all the torture and scars on him is in the police cell. So when it was time to go to the police station, the boss(Fidelis) said I should be going to the police that he wants to go and take stock in his store, so he drove me to the police station and left.

I was in the police station, I requested to see my son and give him food, they brought him, so I ate, he ate even the IPO a woman from Edo also ate, so when it was getting to 2pm that Saturday, the police on duty started saying they want to go because that day they aren’t on full duty, so I told him to let me see the DPO before he can go, so they kept trying to get the DPO who they later got and by 4pm when he came, he said there’s nothing he can do that we should go because all the man wants is his money. So I left around 5pm. I got to his home then he was back, he asked me to call whoever relation I have to come, I called my in law who said he will be coming on Sunday morning because his distance was far. So that night been Saturday 20/3/2021, a neighbor approached me who happened to be either market friend or residential neighbor, he asked me what happened, I told him. He told me to ask my son to Atleast mention names so that the boss can go for those people, I told him I have done that but see what my son kept saying. So the man went to my son’s boss and was pleading, all I heard which he said in a loud voice was “Instead my son won’t pay him that money, he will pay it with his blood”, I didn’t say anything but I grabbed those words, later his father called him and was also begging him to know that my son is also his son, he told his father he can’t have mercy instead “He will do something that will make him not come to Nnewi in the next two years”.

When it was Sunday morning after church, I found my way to the police station, I asked for my son they said he is fine, I went out to eat with a police personnel who also ate, then I told the police that I need to see my son at least let me feed him. The police told me that the case is somehow, that the DPO will like to see us later, so later my inlaw came and his boss came to the police station, my in law was begging him to withdraw the case so they handle it amicably, he said “His heart is harden and strong like stone, that nothing will Make him change his mind except his money.

So later they brought us to the DPO’s office who happens to be a lady, another man was there who they said he was Commissioner of police. So the acclaimed commissioner asked, who is the complainant? Who is the father of the son? and who is the other lady, who happens to be the boss lawyer. So he said he wants to tell us something difficult, but he still have to say it. That the boy was dead, that he committed suicide. I asked them to take me to where he committed suicide, one police brought out his phone from a distance saying he snapped it, I didn’t see anything, he placed back the phone into his pocket, they never showed me the place they said my son committed the suicide, rather they asked us to come back on Monday 22/3/2021 so they can take us to the hospital where his body is for autopsy and other things. Then and there, I asked the boss, did you remember your statement? That if my son didn’t pay you in cash, he will pay with his blood, and other two other threatening words he used. I made this statement in front of the lawyer, DPO, the commissioner, my son’s boss, but he didn’t deny it, he wasn’t even shocked about the story of my son’s death. He was just there, then my inlaw asked me to let’s go, we left and I went to my in laws place, that’s same night I left Lagos. In the morning, calls started coming from a particular number, later when I contacted the number, he said he is a policeman that they are waiting for me so we can go to the hospital and see my late son. I told the police man, I don’t know what he is talking about, that Fidelis should give me back the son I brought to him from the village, that’s all I want nothing more, so I hung the phone.

When asked some couple of questions generating from Fidelis accusation he answered them. Including not receiving any dime from his son, he also said he wanted to involve the lawyer when his son came back with those scars and injuries but two things stopped him
1) Affording a lawyer is expensive, which he can’t afford
2) That if he had used lawyer, they will say truly my son gave me money that’s why I was able to afford a lawyer.

So that’s how I forgot about the legal aspect. When asked if he has seen his son’s body, he said not up until now and he doesn’t care, let Fidelis carry the dead body that’s the meat he killed, he should bring back his son alive the same way he brought him to him in Lagos alive, because he was seeking for peace, he didn’t commit any crime to have handed his son over.

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Don’t plan to take ur life no matter what happened don’t even think of committing suicide

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*I have no hand in the death of Chinemelum – Fidelis* *….How Chinemelum died* On Monday, March 22, 2021, a multitude of boys too many to be contained by the police and soldiers, acting on the rumour that Mr Fidelis killed his apprentice over N10,000, stormed the ASPAMDA section of the Trade Fair Complex, Lagos, broke into his shops, brought out his goods and safes containing his money, and set everything on fire. They threatened to visit his residence to also set it on fire and kill him and his family members. But Mr Fidelis has explained what transpired between him and his apprentice Chinemelum, and how he died. Below is his speech: Good day, my people. I am Fidelis, who has been accused by rumour mongers of killing his apprentice (nwa boi) Chinemelum. But that is completely false. Let me give you the background about my relationship with Chinemelum. Chinemelum lived with my father until he completed his secondary school education. After that, I took him as my apprentice, having known him in our house as part of our family since his infancy. He was like a brother to me. Any time I travelled home from Lagos, my father would ask after him before asking about my children or wife. Because he was like family, I gave him the type of trust I never gave any of my apprentices. I gave him my warehouse keys. He was in charge of the warehouse, and I told him that if anything got missing there, he was the person I would hold responsible. He was the only apprentice that could go into my bedroom and wife’s bedroom. But somehow he began to change. I continued to correct him as my son. However, things began to go out of hand. What led to this crisis was that recently we closed for the day and I discovered that N10,000 was missing. I asked him where it was, and he said it was at home. I asked him how N10,000 that was missing from the day’s sales would be at home. When we got home, I told him to show me where he kept it, but we did not see the N10,000. In search of that N10,000, we saw a strange package. We opened it and saw mystic oils, something that looked like a talisman or charm, and roots. I asked what it was and he said it was olive oil for prayers. I asked him what type of olive oil that was red and also black and things that looked like roots? He said it was his mother that sent it to him from family prayers. The name of the oil was Rose Musc. I called his mother and she said that it was from her, that she sent it through a public bus. I asked her how she had something like prayer items to send to her son but she did not give them to me during one of my regular trips home. I told her that I had never seen prayer items that looked like those. The father told me that there were no family prayers that were conducted in their house, that his wife and son were concocting stories. It was after I found that oil and removed it that a kind of spell on me over the boy was removed. That was when I began to check what was happening in my business. I began to see traces that money was leaving my business. First I saw an invoice of N340,000, 200 units of 2TR fuel pump he sold to someone. The person had called me and I told him the price. Chinemelum then went to the warehouse to release the goods to the man. He tore off an invoice that had no duplicate. The person told me he paid for the goods in two tranches. The first day he gave my boy N250,000. The next day, Chinemeulum went to him and collected the balance. I asked him where the money was, and he said his father had a surgery and he sent N280,000 to him. He said that he would return the money. I called his father and asked him about his health. The father said he had recovered, that it was just his blood pressure or sugar level that went up. I asked him if my boy sent him some money, and he said no. I asked the boy again, and he said he gave it to his girlfriend who had gone to Abuja with the money. My investigation into my business showed that my business had been bleeding. There was missing N200,000. I asked the person to pay the debt and he said he had paid my boy. There was missing N84,000: I asked the person involved, and he said he had paid my boy. He said he wanted to transfer the money but my boy asked him for cash because I told him that I needed cash urgently. He sensed something but gave Chinemelum cash of N84,000 and told him that he would pay the balance later. It was not recorded anywhere in our books. I checked my stock. I checked the system with which I manage the stock in my warehouse. I checked the warehouse and saw that many of my goods were gone but the system showed that the goods were in the warehouse. Over 30 million naira worth of goods was missing. On fuel pumps alone, I found out that over N14.5 million was missing. On spark plugs, only one item had 6,000 units missing. Other items were missing to the tune of over N15,000. I sell brake rubber which is a tiny car part. It is hard to check them. Only God knows how many of them were missing. But I wanted to take my time to check them to avoid accusing anyone wrongly. I asked him where these goods were or their money, since he was the only one that had the keys to the warehouse, and he said he didn’t know. I was surprised about this development. We were still trying to unravel the missing money, when he ran away from my house. I reported to the FESTAC and Trade Fair Complex police stations as well as to Nnewi police station. After 11 days, he surfaced and his father took him to my father in Nnewi. They told my father some cock-and-bull story about the missing money. My father told them that it was better he went back to Lagos to explain to me what happened to the money. My father added a cousin of mine to them and told them to come to Lagos to explain the matter to me. I paid their transport fare from Nnewi, and they came back on Friday, March 19, 2021. His father had told me that he did not want it to be a police case, but I told him that the only way it would not be a police case if the boy told the truth about the whereabouts of my goods or money. We questioned him repeatedly, but got nothing concrete from him. He eventually told us that it was a fraudster that he was sending the money to, that the man would call him on phone and he would go to the front of Exodus Plaza inside the Trade Fair Complex, Lagos and give him the money. I asked him for the phone number of the man and he said he had deleted it from his phone. I asked him if he had a bank account number where he was paying the money into, and he said no. I asked him who he was sending the goods to, and he said nobody. I got tired of the fruitless questioning. So I invited the Trade Fair Complex police station. I begged him to speak out, so that we could find a way to retrieve even some of the money from whoever was collecting the money from him. He did not disclose anything. When we got to the police station, I made a statement. He made his own statement. His father made his own statement. I drove his father back. On Saturday, I took his father to him and begged him to question him to know if he could give us some clue. That day I went to take stock and then returned to the police station. That was the day he gave an idea of what happened to the money. He said he gave the N340,000 to a wayo person or fraudster. He said he spent the N200,000. He said he used the N84,000 to play a lottery whose winning prize was N15 million. All these were in the statement he wrote that day. His father was a witness. My other apprentices and salesgirl were witnesses. I told him that if it was these three amounts of money, it would not make me to come to the police station with him. I asked him to disclose to me what happened to the spark plugs and fuel pumps worth over N30 million. He kept quiet. He was taken back to the cell and we left. On Sunday (March 21), the police called me to say that the boy had made confessional statement. I was happy, for I believed that such amount of money was too huge for him alone to take; some people would have been involved in it. I went with my lawyer, so that whatever he said would be recorded. His father was there too. Later we were taken upstairs to the DPO’s office. The area commander of FESTAC was there. The next thing they told us was that they were sorry: that the boy committed suicide the previous night inside the cell; that he was alone in his cell. They brought out a phone and showed us photos of his death. They said he tied his shirt round his neck and committed suicide, and that his body had been deposited in the mortuary for further investigation. I was shocked and dumbfounded. This was not why I took the case to the police or what I wished the boy. This is a boy I had known right from his infancy. How could I wish him death? His being alive was beneficial to me, because he could one day give me a clue to what happened to my goods and how I could recover some money. His death is not of any use or advantage to me. So I cannot wish him dead at all. I have no hand in his death and never even contemplated that. I did not even give money to the police to torture him so as to get information from him. The female IPO that was in charge of the case was petting him to speak out. If they beat him in my absence, I am not aware of that. But when we saw him last Saturday, there was no sign that he was beaten or man-handled. To the best of my knowledge, I followed the right channel prescribed by the law on the matter. I did not take the laws into my hands. I took him to the police to know if I could recover my money, for it is huge. This missing money is not even my money. It is the money of my foreign business partners; the credit facility they extended to me on trust, based on years of transparent and reliable business relations. Whether good or bad, I am the one who will pay for that debt. In his confessional statement, he said that any time he wanted to go to the warehouse to take goods, he would switch off the CCTV. He confessed before his father that he switched it off six good times to go into the warehouse. He also said that any time he wanted to take goods from the warehouse, he would take the key of the warehouse from the bunch of keys the previous day, so as to go very early to the warehouse to take whatever he wanted. Evidences of all that transpired are with me. Thank you.

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SOME NIGERIAN NEWSPAPER HEADLINES, 17/03/2021

Punch
Nigeria’s inflation rises again, hit four-year high February

Buhari receives Niger Republic’s highest award

Senate may probe govs’ role in N6.25bn NDDC palliative scam

Wakili, sons arraigned on kidnapping, murder charges, remanded

FG clears N6.2bn arrears of 16,210 pensioners

Bankers must submit asset from June, says EFCC

JAMB parades workers for alleged extortion, accomplice blames suspect

NCAA backs Sagamu Cargo Airport, disowns Wasimi

CAN, NOA commend Vatican, FG over same-sex union stance

Adebanjo emerges Afenifere leader as Fasoranti steps down over old age

Protect schools with police officers on non-essential duties, Atiku tells FG

Viral video: Mob attacks Lagos policemen, labels them thieves

Niger gov canvasses state police, says federal force overburdened

Clerics can preach to bandits, my job to enforce law – El-Rufai

Abduction: Kaduna orders closure of schools in Kajuru LG

Niger Assembly probes withheld NECO results of 30,000 candidates

NULGE orders stay-at-home as thugs invade Ekiti LG secretariat

Gunmen storm Oyo quarry, abduct bank worker, other

Police confirm release of abducted UNIPORT lecturer

Police intensify patrols as two killed in fresh Kwara cult clash

Tesla CEO Elon Musk gets new title: Technoking

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation
Boko Haram burns military base, school, hospital in Yobe

February inflation rate hits 17.33%

Adamu can be IG till 2024, say Buhari, Malami

Nigerien President visits Buhari in Abuja

Senate backs NCAA’s grounding of Azman Airline

Labour will defend position on minimum wage by all means, says Wabba

U.S revisits rejected visa applications under Trump

Judge threatens to stop Sani’s trial over EFCC’s ‘misrepresentation’

Covenant University lecturer arrested for allegedly raping student

NCC clamps down on street vendors of copyright works

We are in charge of stamp duties, FIRS insists

Elumelu: foreign investors need long-term plan for Africa

Obi: govt’s borrowings should be for production not consumption

At 95, I can no longer lead Afenifere, says Fasoranti

Cobhams, Tiwa Savage, K1 hail Temple company’s Ogidi studio

Nigerian Breweries offers shareholders dividend conversion option

Three dead, 183 hospitalised from strange disease in Kano

Oyo market crisis deepens as congress suspends Iyaloja-General of Ibadanland

Youths sack Chinese expatriates from Osun mining sites

Kings College pupil wins painting competition

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Vanguard
Buhari commissions 2 roads in Imo, says Uzodimma laying strong legacies

Customers to pay N6.98 for USSD transaction – CBN

Drug war: US, UK pledge more support for NDLEA

Minister decries high price of cement in Nigeria

FG approves upgrading of 4 national soil, water laboratories, to international standard — Minister

Kill bills seeking removal of minimum wage from Exclusive list now, Organized Labour tells Gbajabiamila

COVID-19 worsened insecurity, rights abuses, others in North — Kukah Centre

EU regulator backs AstraZeneca jab, but many still suspending use

France finds hard-to-detect Covid variant in Brittany

Lithuania suspends AstraZeneca vaccinations

Britain’s Prince Philip leaves hospital after one month

Israel says Iron Dome can now intercept drones, missiles at same time

Public Hearing: Kogi Committee receives 6 petitions on police brutality

Bayelsa community vacates Conoil’s 30,000 bpd flowstation shut over expired MoU

Two suspected cultists killed in supremacy battle in Ilorin

Akwa Ibom Rep urges Nigerians to call public officers to account

Abducted OOU students regain freedom

EndSARS: Drama as Police officer describes affidavit as court order in Ogun

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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Quotes

Quotable Quote:

“Don’t brag about your morals until you have money to fund your temptations. So much is hidden in poverty that wealth will expose.

“And don’t also brag about your strengths while in wealth until you experience poverty. There is a lot hidden in wealth that poverty will expose.

“But in which ever divide you find yourself, be encouraged by TIME. Know that TIME makes it impossible for situations to be permanent.”

obaino style

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BIG SECRETS IN MARRIAGE! *Secret 1*

Everyone you marry has a weakness. Only God does not have a weakness. So if you focus on your spouse’s weakness you can’t get the best out of his/her strength. *Secret 2*

Everyone has a dark history. No one is an angel. When you get married or you want to get married, stop digging into someone’s past. What matters most is the present life of your partner. Old things have passed away. Forgive and forget. Focus on the present and the future. *Secret 3*

Every marriage has its own challenges. Marriage is not a bed of roses. Every good marriage has gone through its own test of blazing fire. True love proves in times of challenges. Fight for your marriage. Make up your mind to stay with your spouse in times of need. Remember the vow: For better for worse. In sickness and in health be there. *Secret 4*

Every marriage has different levels of success. Don’t compare your marriage with that of any one else. We can never be equal. Some will be far, some behind. To avoid marriage stresses, be patient, work hard and with time your marriage dreams shall come true. *Secret 5*

To get married is declaring war. When you get married you must declare war against enemies of marriage. Some enemies of marriage are:
Ignorance
Prayerlessness
Unforgiveness
Third party influence
Stinginess
Stubbornness
Lack of love
Rudeness
Laziness
Disrespect
Cheating etc.
Be ready to fight to maintain your marriage zone. *Secret 6*

There is no perfect marriage. There is no ready – made marriage. Marriage is hard work. Volunteer yourself to work daily on it. Marriage is like a car that needs proper maintenance and proper service. If this is not done it will break down somewhere exposing the owner to danger, or some unhealthy circumstances. Let us not be careless about our marriages. *Secret 7*

God cannot give you a complete person you desire. He gives you the person in the form of raw materials in order for you to mould the person into what you desire. This can only be achieved through prayer, love and Patience *Secret 8*

Getting married is taking a huge risk. You can not predict what will happen in the future. Situations may change so leave room for adjustments. Husband can lose his good job or you may fail to have babies. All these require you to be prayerful otherwise you might divorce. *Secret 9*

Marriage is not a contract. It is permanent. It needs total commitment. Love is the glue that sticks the couple together. Divorce starts in the mind and the devil feeds the mind. Never ever entertain thoughts of getting a divorce. Never threaten your spouse with divorce. Choose to remain married. *Secret 10*

Every marriage has a price to pay. Marriage is like a bank account. It is the money that you deposit that you withdraw. If you don’t deposit love, peace and care into your marriage, you are not a candidate for a blissful home.

So today let us pray for our marriages. Send to those you care about because you never know who you may be helping. May God bless you all. Amen.

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My sister’s husband
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The next day, Janet went to Nancy’s house to see her because ever since the marriage incident, she have not been hearing from Nancy, so she decided to pay her a visit to know if all is well.
“Ah…. Janet longest time. “Nancy said immediately Janet entered her house
I should be the one telling you that, since you no longer ask of me, so I decided to come to know if all is well. “Janet said when she was seated
my dear! am sorry that I have not been calling you, just that I was very busy, anyway what should I offer you ? Nancy asked
don’t bother yourself, just get me only water. “Janet requested and Nancy went and get her the water
“This one I did not see bright, have he gone back to his wife? Janet asked
nooooo…. he went to work, why will he go back to his wife when am pregnant for him and besides we love each other so much, he can not leave me just like that. “Nancy exclaimed
“ever since my marriage was turned down, I promise myself that I will change from my ways, I know is because of my bad attitude and pride that made Victor not to marry me which I have learned my lesson, I will advise you let go off your sister’s husband bright, so that he can go back to his wife because if she finds out that her husband is cheating on her with her blood sister she will be very hurt, there is no gain in taking people’s husband rather we pray to God to give us our own man. “Janet advised
that one you are talking is story, look at who is talking, were you not the same person that told me to date bright, now that I have fallen in love with him you are telling me to let go off him, so what will happen to my pregnancy if I let go off him? Nancy asked
just tell your sister the truth about it, she will feel betrayed and hurt that moment but later she will forgive you. “Janet said and this got Nancy pissed off
“That one you are talking is rubbish, that your marriage with Victor didn’t work out, so you want to use it to disturb my own? now let me made it clear to you, as far as am concerned bright is now my man, I will not let go off him because I love him and he love me too, I don’t care how my sister feel, she can go to hell for all I care, I think you have over stayed your welcome here, just go because you have provoked me with your statement. “Nancy angrily said
“Ah…. are you sending me out from your house? remember am still your friend ooo. “Janet said surprisely
friend my foot, anybody that is against my progress can never be my friend, so leave my house. “Nancy yelled
ok I will leave, but wait let me drink the water that you gave me. “Janet said and then took the water but before she could drink it Nancy forcefully take the water from her
don’t drink my water, just go .”Nancy said
but is the water that you give me, why taking it from me? Janet asked
yes I gave you the water and am taking it back, leave my house right now. “Nancy said raising her voice while Janet shake her head and after that she left the house.
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Onion Remedy for Prostate

Just onion juice can perform this wonder to our prostate health? what are you waiting for?_

This is good for the MEN in this House to try !!!!!!!

FOR A HEALTHY PROSTATE AT ALL AGES:

Onion remedy

Here is a simple remedy available to everyone to never suffer from prostate diseases. Those who already suffer from it can also try it. It works very well.

Know first that in all men, from 25 years the prostate accumulates toxins due to urine and semen which pass through the urethra. The prostate also participates in the composition of sperm by adding a secretion that is not entirely eliminated from this gland. When the residual secretions stay there, it participates in its progressive intoxication. This will lead to inflammation, swelling of the gland and its inability to play its role, thus affecting sex life (sexual weakness, premature ejaculation, etc.).

To keep this gland in good condition until your old age, it is important to detoxify it periodically. Conventional medicine does not yet offer us anything concrete and reliable to protect our prostate from premature old age. But among the panoply of solutions offered by herbal medicine, we have drawn a simple, inexpensive and less restrictive recipe: onion juice.

Recipe:
1- Take 8 large onions or a dozen if they are medium in size.

2- Remove the peels (dry skin of the onions) then clean properly.

3- Cut them roughly then pound them in a clean mortar. You can have them crushed on traditional furniture. Do not put them in a blender to avoid adding water.

4- Collect the pure onion juice using a scarf or a clean cloth.

5- Drink a 33cl glass of this juice.

6- Repeat the operation three weeks later, then a third time after another three weeks. That’s all. You have just rid your prostate of all kinds of toxins. The gland regains its youthful state. Repeat this series of operations every 10 years.

Even at 75 years old, without a problem with your blood circulation, you will still be firm as a young person.

WARNING :

It is strongly advised to take this juice in the morning on an empty stomach.

Help your brothers and friends to have health naturally.

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My sister’s husband
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Episode 12 & 13
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No I don’t think that your husband is cheating on you, I know my brother in law can never try that rubbish, maybe he have been busy with his job truly, don’t worry aunty everything will soon be alright okay? Nancy said
I just hope so, anyway I will like to come to your house because is somehow that I don’t know where you are staying, what will people say that I don’t know where my kid sister is staying, even mama and papa will be angry with me if they find out that I don’t know where you are staying, they will say that I don’t care about you. “Cynthia said and Nancy sighted heavily on the phone
“don’t worry aunty, you will soon know where am stayin……..as Nancy was still talking bright said something to her because he was with her that moment when Cynthia called .
“is like somebody is with you ? because I heard a male voice there .”Cynthia asked
ermm…. yes aunty, am with my boyfriend. “Nancy replied
ok I see, greet him for me we will talk later. “Cynthia said and hung the call
“That male voice I heard over the phone sound familiar, but why does Nancy don’t want me to know her house? is she hidden anything from me? no I don’t think so, maybe she don’t want me to know her house yet . “Cynthia thought to herself immediately she dropped the call, but later she wave all the thought off her mind
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what were you saying before? Nancy on the other hand asked bright after the call.
I was telling you to drop the call. “bright replied
how can I drop the call when my sister was still talking, and besides she almost heard your voice .”Nancy said
she wouldn’t know if am the one, all she heard was a male voice, come on let’s continue what we were doing .”bright said smiling
naughty boy you love sex too much .”Nancy playfully said and then went to the bed and they continue their love making.
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somedays later, bright took Nancy to boutique to buy her clothes because Nancy normally change her wardrobe every two weeks, after she finished picking the clothes that she needed, bright paid for it and they left the boutique. as they were heading towards their car which was parked outside the boutique, one of Cynthia’s Friend named Stephanie saw them because she was also going to the boutique, when she saw bright with a woman she was surprised, although she don’t really know who Nancy is but Cynthia have been telling her about her sister on phone .
Is that not Cynthia’s husband? does it mean that he is cheating on my friend with another woman? hmm…. men can not be trust worthy, all they know is to jump from one skirt to the other, even the young girls this days are after people’s husband, they will not go and look for their own man, all they do is to snatch their fellow woman’s husband, my husband cannot try such rubbish with me because if he tries it I will not take it lightly with him and his side chick, what should I do now? should I call my friend and tell her or should I trace them? no tracing them will be as if am poknosing, Cynthia is in the right position to trace her husband. “Stephanie thought to herself and after that she took her phone from her car and called Cynthia.
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Episode 13
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No I will call Cynthia because tracing them will be as if am pokenosing, Cynthia is in the right position to trace her husband. “Stephanie thought to herself and after that she took her phone from her car and call Cynthia.
“hello Cynthia…….” Stephanie said as Cynthia pick the call
Ah… Stephanie! longest time, this one you remembered to call me today, ebi like say you dream about me. “Cynthia said in Pidgin and Stephanie laughed
Abi ooo …. you know that am a busy person that is why I don’t normally have chance to call or come to see you, but don’t worry I will create chance one of this days to come and see you because it has been long that we saw last, that reminds me, what of your husband? Stephanie asked
“my husband? he Is fine, just that his job is not giving him chance, he works from Monday to Sunday, he no longer have chance to come home again. “Cynthia said
you mean your husband is at work now? Stephanie asked and shake her head
yes he is at work, but why do you asked? Cynthia asked confusedly
“hmm…. some men can never change, as am talking to you right now, I saw your husband and a lady coming out from the boutique .”Stephanie said and Cynthia was confused that moment
my husband?? I don’t think is my husband that you saw because he supposed to be at work by now. “Cynthia said in disbelief
Are you trying to say that I don’t know your husband again, am telling you that I saw bright with a woman and you are saying that is not your husband that I saw, is because you are my friend that was why I called to tell you but since you are doubting me no problem is better I mind my business. “Stephanie angrily said
Am sorry Stephanie, just that am still surprised that you saw bright with a woman, but where did you see them? did he see you ? Cynthia asked
“I saw them coming out from queensco boutique, but bright didn’t see me .”Stephanie said
so bright have been cheating on me all this while using his job to cover up, anyway thank you for the information. “Cynthia sadly said
u are welcome, but take it easy on yourself okay? Stephanie said and dropped the call
so bright have been cheating on me and all this while I thought that he have been busy with his job, it shall not be well with that lady he is cheating on me with. “Cynthia said and cried
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To be continued……..
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My sister’s husband
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Episode 11

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Ah honey, this one you came here have you finish cleaning? bright asked surprisedly
“No am still cleaning, I saw your driving license on the floor while am cleaning so I decided to bring it for you. “Cynthia said and then handed him his driving license
oh thank you honey, so I forgot it in the sitting room last night .”he said and collected it from her
so who was the person you were talking to on the phone because I heard you said missing you? Cynthia asked
Ermm…erm… oh that was one of our customer supplying chemical in our company, so it has been long he supplied last that was why I told him that the company is missing his chemical. “bright lied and Cynthia shaked her hand because she was not satisfied with his answer
hmm… ok ooo… I see, anyway let me go and continue with my cleaning. “she said and left to continue what she was doing but she was suspecting that her husband is having an affair outside
Thank God that I was able to come up with a lie .”bright said Immediately Cynthia had left
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Four days later, Cynthia was in the room thinking about his husband sudden change, although she suspect that he Is having an affair outside but not too sure of it.
bright have really changed, this wasn’t the husband I used to know, I remember before when he was still loving and caring, but this time he have suddenly change, he no longer stay here anymore if not for the past one week that he came back and now he have gone back yesterday, according to him he said that he is staying in his working place that they give him house there, I know bright is cheating on me but who could be this woman that want to destroy my marriage? hmm I must find out one day if truly there is another woman in his life, anyway it has been long that I hear from my baby sister Nancy, let me call her to know how she is doing, since she don’t want me to know where she is staying. “Cynthia said to herself and then collected her phone from the bed and dialed Nancy’s number and it rang.
“Hello aunty!!! “Nancy said over the phone
hello Nancy how are you? Cynthia asked
Am fine aunty and you? Nancy also asked
Am fine my dear, you don’t bother to call or asked of me and you don’t want me to know your house and you no longer come to see me again, what is really happening? I hope you are okay? Cynthia asked with a concerned
“yes aunty am okay, just that I wasn’t around this days, I travelled to my friend’s traditional marriage but too bad the marriage didn’t hold again, I just returned back yesterday. “Nancy said
eyaa….. I feel pity for that your friend, I know she must be heart broken .”Cynthia said
yes aunty, she was heartbroken before but now she have accept her fate and move on with her life, so how is your husband ? Nancy asked
hmm… he is fine .”Cynthia responded
Aunty you sound some how, I hope there is no problem? Nancy asked again
hmm… if I tell you that there is no problem know that am lying, bright have suddenly changed, he no longer stay here anymore, when I asked him where he normally stay he told me he is staying in his working place that is job is not giving him space, how can somebody be working from Mondays till Sundays without rest and is company for that matter, I don’t know whether is because have not giving him children that made him to change overnight or maybe he is cheating on me with another woman .”Cynthia said
“no I don’t think your husband is cheating on you, I know my brother in law he can never try that rubbish, maybe he have been busy with his job truly, don’t worry aunty everything will be alright okay. “Nancy said
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To be continued…….
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LOVE LETTER Written in 1935 and currently read at the Old Boys Association meeting.

Dennis Memorial Grammar Sch.
Ogazi House
P. O. Box 31,
Onitsha,
Eastern Region,
Nigeria.
16th March, 1935.

Dear Sweetie,

Time and ability plus double capacity have forced my pen to dance automatically on this benedicted sheet of paper. I hope you’re swimming in the wonderful pool of Mr. Health there. I am also perambulating in the cool breeze of wellness here.

Sweetie pie, the reason why this miraculous thing is happening is because, honey, I love you spontaneously, and as I stand horizontally parallel to the wall and vertically perpendicular to the ground now, I only think of you, since you are a fantastic and fabulous girl, put together as fantabulous. I implore you to decipher this my anthem of love oozing out from the innermost pendulum of my thoraxial cavity.

Darling, please stop haranguing with the feelings in my heart because I love you more than a snake loves rat.
To me each day I start by dreaming of you. Each time I see you, my metabolism suddenly halts and my peristalsis goes in reverse gear. My medula oblongata also ceases functioning.

Crazy, crazy, crazy you may say but this is verily veritable. If only you knew what is going on in my encephalon, you would prostrate. That’s why I need to see you vis a vis soon for a better elucidation through tete a tete. No hyperbole & onomatopoeia, simple candidness.

Only you and me are protagonists in this subtle affair. As I cogitate and ruminate over the last episode, I genuflex before the Omnipotent and implore him to let this affair emulsify.

By the way, I was bamboozled, scintilated, exhilarated, and left in a state of prolonged euphoria by the contents of your missive which was quite edifying and exalting. It left my bio-chemistry in a paradise-like equilibrium.

Empirically speaking, I love u chemically… I don’t ever want to see gloom and doom looming over your angelic live portrait. Let my appellation be scribbled across your heart, with indelible ink. If any boy tries to ask for your companionship, tell him that u are leased and caveated.

I think I have to pen off here, because I still haven’t finished studying electrolysis polymerization. But before I evaporate, I like to revitalize your memory with those encapsulating lyrics which proclaim that your catarrh is my butter, your piss is my mimbo, the world’s greatest lover is me.

Catch you later. Sleep tight and don’t let those bed bugs bite you because you are too sweet for them.

Goodbye for now.

Your slave in love, your pillow, your cushion,

S. Okonkwo (Samboozzer)
(Class 3B).

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Transfer Centre LIVE! Liverpool centre-back search, Alli, Maitland-Niles latest
The latest January transfer news on Liverpool’s centre-back search and updates on the future of Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Dele Alli and more.
TRANSFER HEADLINES – WINDOW NOW OPEN UNTIL FEB 1

Deadline Day: Every PL club’s to-do list | January deals that may still happen | PL ins and outs | Done deals
Papers: Mustafi, Long options for Liverpool? | Klopp: Signings have to be right | Klopp: No £80m CBs available
Lingard joins West Ham on loan | Transfer Talk: Can Lingard reignite career?
Leverkusen close on Gray | Podcast: Celtic need clear out | Pellistri set for Alaves loan, Rojo to join Boca
Chelsea interested in Haaland, Alaba | Transfer Talk: How Chelsea can land Haaland?
WBA, Saints chasing Maitland-Niles | What will Odegaard bring? | West Brom sign Diagne
Transfer rumours: Arsenal: Mustafi to leave? | Man Utd: Koulibaly keen? | Liverpool: 72-hour CB dash
14:23
PREMIER LEAGUE TRANSFERS SO FAR…

The clock’s ticking for clubs looking to bolster their squads in the January window.

Who’s rolled the dice so far and done business? Check out our club-by-club guide.

14:18
THE SKY SPORTS EFL PODCAST

Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundit Don Goodman and commentator Daniel Mann to discuss all the latest news from the Championship, League One and League Two.

The panel take a look at all the latest EFL action and transfer latest, assess the appointment of Mick McCarthy at Cardiff and we hear from Norwich’s Todd Cantwell in Ten To Tackle.

All that and much more!

Listen to the latest episode of the Sky Sports EFL Podcast below for free or search ‘Sky EFL’ to listen & subscribe via your regular podcast provider.

Subscribe to the Sky Sports EFL Podcast here

14:09
TRANSFER TALK PODCAST: WHAT CHELSEA MUST PROVIDE TO GET HAALAND, WHY LINGARD TO WEST HAM MAKES SENSE & THE DEADLINE DAY RUSH

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by European football writer Tom Williams to discuss the fallout from Frank Lampard’s sacking as Chelsea boss and their appointment of Thomas Tuchel.

They analyse the issues facing Tuchel, including improving the fortunes of big-money summer signings Kai Havertz and Timo Werner, and what he will need to do to land top target Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund.

West Ham could be set for a busy couple of days and having tied up a deal for Jesse Lingard, the panel debate whether this move could reignite the winger’s career and also chat about David Moyes’ desire to add a new striker.

With Deadline Day upon us, Dharms and Tom discuss the moves that could go to the wire and state which clubs need to be busy ahead of Monday’s 11pm cut-off.

Plus, there’s news from Manchester City, Arsenal, Rangers, Celtic and much more, including Pete’s final thought, this week on Rafa Benitez and the high-calibre managers currently out of work.

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13:26
WHERE DOES ALLI’S FUTURE LIE?

Paul Gilmour takes a 360 degree look at Dele Alli’s future. Will the midfielder stay at Tottenham amid reports linking him to Paris Saint-Germain?

12:58
PITCH TO POST PREVIEW – ARSENAL vs MAN UTD BUILD-UP, MAN CITY’S TITLE CHARGE, LIVERPOOL’S RETURN TO FORM AND PROBLEMS FOR SPURS

In this week’s Pitch to Post Preview Podcast Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp joins Peter Smith to look ahead to the big Saturday night clash between Arsenal and Manchester United, and gives his verdict on Emile Smith Rowe, Martin Odegaard – and why Man Utd slipped up against Sheffield United.

We also get the inside story on Man City’s title pursuit from Sky Sports News reporter Ben Ransom, who explains how one City star has been transformed by Pep Guardiola’s methods this season.

And Sky Sports feature writer Adam Bate reflects on Liverpool’s much-needed win at Tottenham – and the injuries sustained which could impact both sides. Plus he makes his Pitch for what will happen in the next round of Premier League games…

Listen to the Sky Sports Pitch to Post Podcast on: Spotify | Apple | Castbox

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12:44
BLUES IN TALKS FOR SIMMONDS

Birmingham City are in advanced talks with Manchester City about signing academy striker Keyendrah Simmonds.

Simmonds has entered the final six months of his contract. The 19-year-old has scored for City’s U21 team in this season’s Football League Trophy and has been capped by England at U18 level.

12:20
LIVERPOOL TRANSFER RUMOURS – MUSTAFI, LONG CONSIDERED?

Liverpool have not ruled out a move for Arsenal defender Skhodran Mustafi, who is in talks to end his contract at the Emirates six months early, according to the Daily Telegraph and Daily Express.

Liverpool are also interested in signing New York Red Bulls defender Aaron Long before Monday’s transfer deadline, according to ESPN.

Keep up-to-date with all the Liverpool rumours with just 61 hours until the Deadline…

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12:07
WILL NEWCASTLE SIGN CHOUDHURY?

Newcastle boss Steve Bruce admits he likes Leicester midfielder Hamza Choudhury, while Brendan Rodgers explains his stance on letting his player leave.

11:50
DEADLINE DAY: EVERY PL CLUB’S TO-DO LIST

With the January transfer window shutting on Monday, the Sky Sports editorial team assesses what every Premier League club still has to do…

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TRANSFER TALK PODCAST: WHAT CHELSEA MUST PROVIDE TO GET HAALAND, WHY LINGARD TO WEST HAM MAKES SENSE & THE DEADLINE DAY RUSH

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by European football writer Tom Williams to discuss the fallout from Frank Lampard’s sacking as Chelsea boss and their appointment of Thomas Tuchel.

They analyse the issues facing Tuchel, including improving the fortunes of big-money summer signings Kai Havertz and Timo Werner, and what he will need to do to land top target Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund.

West Ham could be set for a busy couple of days and having tied up a deal for Jesse Lingard, the panel debate whether this move could reignite the winger’s career and also chat about David Moyes’ desire to add a new striker.

With Deadline Day upon us, Dharms and Tom discuss the moves that could go to the wire and state which clubs need to be busy ahead of Monday’s 11pm cut-off.

Plus, there’s news from Manchester City, Arsenal, Rangers, Celtic and much more, including Pete’s final thought, this week on Rafa Benitez and the high-calibre managers currently out of work.

Download & subscribe on iTunes | Or listen on Spreaker

11:20
TRANSFER HEADLINES – WINDOW NOW OPEN UNTIL FEB 1

Deadline Day: Every PL club’s to-do list | January deals that may still happen | PL ins and outs | Done deals
Papers: Mustafi, Long options for Liverpool? | Klopp: Signings have to be right | Klopp: No £80m CBs available
Lingard joins West Ham on loan | Transfer Talk: Can Lingard reignite career?
Leverkusen close on Gray | Podcast: Celtic need clear out | Pellistri set for Alaves loan, Rojo to join Boca
Chelsea interested in Haaland, Alaba | Transfer Talk: How Chelsea can land Haaland?
WBA, Saints chasing Maitland-Niles | What will Odegaard bring? | West Brom sign Diagne
Transfer rumours: Arsenal: Mustafi to leave? | Man Utd: Koulibaly keen? | Liverpool: 72-hour CB dash

11:15
LIVERPOOL GOING LONG?

Liverpool are interested in signing USA defender Aaron Long before Monday’s transfer deadline, according to ESPN.

The New York Red Bulls centre-back, 28, has played 18 times for the US, spending his entire career in the American leagues.

A late bloomer, Long didn’t break through the Red Bulls side until 2017.

With the MLS season suspended until April at the earliest, Long is allowed to look for temporary moves away.

10:58
JOSE READY TO LET ALLI LEAVE

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho is ready to let Dele Alli leave before Monday’s transfer deadline, according to the Daily Mail.

However, chairman Daniel Levy still needs to approve the midfielder’s exit to Paris Saint-Germain, who want to sign the 24-year-old on loan.

Alli is looking to get his career back on track having played just 74 minutes in the Premier League for Mourinho’s side this season.

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10:39
LIVERPOOL’S FRANTIC SEARCH – MUSTAFI NOT RULED OUT

Liverpool will spend the final 72 hours of the transfer window in an increasingly frantic late dash to sign a centre-half, according to the Daily Telegraph.

The latest injuries to Joel Matip and Fabinho has left Jurgen Klopp short again in central defence, and the Liverpool boss says they have been studying a list of targets throughout January.

A move for Shkodran Mustafi, the Arsenal defender, has not been dismissed; he is out of contract in the summer and is reportedly in talks with Arsenal to negotiate a settlement.

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A YEAR OF FERNANDES

Who says you can’t get value in January?

Bruno Fernandes arrived at Manchester United on January 30, 2020 and spoke of his fond memories of watching Cristiano Ronaldo light up Old Trafford. Twelve months on, he is their star now.

Here, we analyse the impact he has had at Old Trafford

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SATURDAY PAPER TALK

The latest transfer rumours from this morning’s back pages…

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho is ready to let Dele Alli leave before Monday’s transfer deadline but chairman Daniel Levy still needs to approve the midfielder’s exit to Paris Saint-Germain (Daily Mail)
Christian Benteke is attracting interest from Italian duo Parma and Fiorentina ahead of Monday’s transfer deadline (Daily Mail)
Liverpool will spend the final 72 hours of the transfer window in an increasingly frantic late dash to sign a centre-half (Daily Telegraph)

01:09
TINDALL EXPECTS KING TO STAY

Bournemouth boss Jason Tindall has told Sky Sports he expects Norwegian forward Josh King to remain at the Vitality Stadium this month.

“He [King] said to me today that he’s staying here until the end of the season,” said Tindall, following the Cherries’ 3-1 defeat to Reading at the Madejski Stadium.

“That’s great news for us and I’m sure Josh will be looking to do extremely well for us from now until the end of the season.”

01:08
LANSBURY JOINS BRISTOL CITY

Midfielder Henri Lansbury has joined Championship promotion hopefuls Bristol City after his Aston Villa contract was terminated by mutual consent.

The 30-year-old has signed a short-term deal at Ashton Gate, according to the club’s official website.

City head coach Dean Holden said: “Henri will add to the group both on and off the pitch. He’s a fantastic character, someone I’ve always admired for the way he plays the game. He’s a fantastic passer of the ball, and he can create and score goals too.”

Welcome to #BristolCity, Henri Lansbury! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/Q0YWe3N8Av

— Bristol City FC (@BristolCity) January 29, 2021
00:13
‘ALLI WOULD HAVE TO HAND IN TRANSFER REQUEST’

Dele Alli would need to hand in a transfer request to leave Tottenham in this window, according to The Transfer Show.

00:12
WHO IS HWANG AND WOULD HE FIT AT WEST HAM?

European football writer Tom Williams told the Transfer Talk podcast:

“Hee-chan Hwang has a skills set that is not totally dissimilar to Heung-Min Son. He’s quick, two-footed, he’s very mobile and much more physically powerful than Son, more of a No 9 with quite a stocky build and he gets in behind an awful lot.

“We saw last season at RB Salzburg, he formed a front three with Erling Haaland and Takumi Mimamino and was very effective with 16 goals and 21 assists. He impressed against Liverpool in the Champions League which suggests he has what it takes to thrive against Premier League defences.

“Having said that, he left Salzburg last summer and moved to their sister club, RB Leipzig and has barely featured. He had Covid during the autumn so was on the sidelines for a bit, but he’s only made seven substitute appearances in the Bundesliga so hasn’t been a huge success there and is still trying to find his feet.

“I wonder if the thought of coming to West Ham and being a deputy to Michail Antonio, which effectively he would be, would appeal to him. He needs game time and things haven’t worked out for him so far at Leipzig, so I think that would be a consideration for him. If they were to bring him in and play him up front alongside Antonio, you could see that appealing.

“But I wonder if he has the right profile in terms of someone who is going to be happy to sit on the bench and come on for the last 30 minutes or when Antonio needs a breather. But in terms of his playing style, he looks like a good fit for English football.”

00:04
CUTRONE CLOSE TO VALENCIA LOAN

Wolves forward Patrick Cutrone is close to agreeing a deal to join Valencia on loan for the rest of the season.

Nuno Espirito Santo said “anything can happen” with the player this month during Friday’s press conference.

Asked about the possibility of Cutrone departing, Nuno said: “We have to wait. The intention about recalling Patrick was mainly because we needed (him), and because he was not in a good position in Florence.

“So we decided to call him back, and now I count on him, his work and his training, but anything can happen. So let’s wait and see.”

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00:01
TRANSFER TALK PODCAST: WHAT CHELSEA MUST PROVIDE TO GET HAALAND, WHY LINGARD TO WEST HAM MAKES SENSE & THE DEADLINE DAY RUSH

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by European football writer Tom Williams to discuss the fallout from Frank Lampard’s sacking as Chelsea boss and their appointment of Thomas Tuchel.

They analyse the issues facing Tuchel, including improving the fortunes of big-money summer signings Kai Havertz and Timo Werner, and what he will need to do to land top target Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund.

West Ham could be set for a busy couple of days and having tied up a deal for Jesse Lingard, the panel debate whether this move could reignite the winger’s career and also chat about David Moyes’ desire to add a new striker.

With Deadline Day upon us, Dharms and Tom discuss the moves that could go to the wire and state which clubs need to be busy ahead of Monday’s 11pm cut-off.

Plus, there’s news from Manchester City, Arsenal, Rangers, Celtic and much more, including Pete’s final thought, this week on Rafa Benitez and the high-calibre managers currently out of work.

Download & subscribe on iTunes | Or listen on Spreaker

23:57
WILL INGS MOVE TO SPURS?

Sky Sports News reporter Dharmesh Sheth told the Transfer Talk podcast:

“It’s a massive six months for Southampton and Danny Ings. He has entered the final 18 months of his contract and is yet to sign a new deal.

“Ralph Hasenhuttl, when he speaks at news conferences, is publicly quite confident and hopeful that Ings will sign a new contract. Financial problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic are making things tricky, in his words.

“Ings turns 29 in July and this can’t be underestimated. Could this be his last opportunity for another big move? Injury disrupted most of his time at Liverpool.

“With regards to Tottenham, it will be the age old issue of any striker coming in would effectively be back-up to Harry Kane. I know he has just got injured again, but when fit, Kane starts.

“They’ve also got Carlos Vinicius, currently on loan from Benfica, he’s scored six goals in 12 matches, but has he done enough to earn a permanent deal? We might soon find out if Jose Mourinho throws him into the team instead of Kane. No doubt though that Mourinho will want to address that before going into the market.”

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23:34
BREAKING NEWS

West Ham have completed the signing of Jesse Lingard from Manchester United on loan until the end of the season.

The 28-year-old midfielder has fallen down the pecking order at Old Trafford and is yet to make a Premier League appearance this campaign.

Lingard told West Ham TV: “I’m excited. It’s another new chapter in my life.
“Nothing is guaranteed but I’ve come here to work hard and help the team and bring my experience. That’s the main aim. I just want to enjoy my football and get back playing again and get my feet back on the pitch.”

JLingz is a Hammer 🤘 #WelcomeJesse pic.twitter.com/NXEk9xirbz

— West Ham United (@WestHam) January 29, 2021
23:33
DZEKO-SANCHEZ TALKS BREAK DOWN

Talks between Roma and Inter Milan over a swap deal involving Edin Dzeko and Alexis Sanchez have broken down.

Sky in Italy report the two players’ wages, although similar, remain a major obstacle.

Roma will not pursue the deal any further if Inter do not come back with more favourable terms and chief executive Tiago Pinto has travelled back to Rome signalling the end of talks between the two boards.

Dzeko is now expected to remain at Roma until the end of the season but his situation at the club remains unstable after falling out with head coach Paulo Fonseca.

Roma are also expected to announce the signing of Stephan El Shaarawy on a free transfer Saturday, with the Italy international set to return to his former club on a two-and-a-half year deal.

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23:27
WYCOMBE TAKE OBITA OFF OXFORD

Wycombe have signed Jordan Obita from neighbours Oxford on a two-and-a-half-year deal.

The 27-year-old, who can play either left-back or left-sided midfield, made six starts in League One for Oxford, joining the Us in November following his release by Reading.

He had been with the Royals for 19 years having graduated from their academy, and Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth revealed he sees Obita as cover for first-choice left-back Joe Jacobson.

23:20
MAN UTD READY TO END ROJO CONTRACT

Manchester United have reached an agreement with Marcos Rojo on ending his contract early.

The defender’s deal was due to expire in the summer but it now means Rojo will be a free agent at the end of the month.

The 30-year-old has been in Argentina since receiving treatment there for a calf injury and has been seen this week training with Boca Juniors.

Rojo, who’s been at United since 2014, hasn’t featured for the club in the current campaign and made just a single Premier League start last season.

Marcos Rojo has been linked with Estudiantes and Boca Juniors
23:13
TRANSFER DEADLINE DAY: EACH PL CLUB ASSESSED

With the January transfer window shutting on Monday, the Sky Sports editorial team assesses what every Premier League club still has to do…

With the January transfer window shutting on Monday, we assesses what every Premier League club still has to do…

— Sky Sports (@SkySports) January 29, 2021
23:09
ANDRESSON REJOINS EXETER ON LOAN

Reading keeper Jokull Andresson has rejoined League Two Exeter on loan until the end of the season.

The 19-year Icelander made nine appearances for the club during an emergency short-term stay earlier in the season, and played against them for Morecambe on a similar basis on Tuesday evening.

Manager Matt Taylor told the Grecians’ official website: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Jokull back to the club and he is a player we know well.

“We tried to get him earlier in the month but we were made to wait. He affected us positively the first time round and it’s absolutely great that he’s back.”

23:07
LANSBURY TERMINATES VILLA DEAL

Aston Villa have confirmed that Henri Lansbury has left the club after agreeing a mutual termination of his contract.

The midfielder signed in January 2017 from Nottingham Forest made 53 appearances in all competitions for the club, scoring two goals.

All the best, Henri. 👊

— Aston Villa (@AVFCOfficial) January 29, 2021
23:03
FRIDAY’S PL TRANSFER NEWS CLUB BY CLUB

The Transfer Show’s Dharmesh Sheth and Kaveh Solhekol bring you the latest transfer news from each of the Premier League’s 20 clubs.

22:53
SMITH HEADS FOR BURTON

Burton have signed winger Jonny Smith from Bristol City on a two-and-a-half-year deal.

Smith joined City in 2016 but did not make a first-team appearance for the Robins and was sent out on a series of loans, most recently to Swindon, from where he was recalled on Friday.

The 23-year-old has now left City permanently and the move reunites him with assistant Burton boss Dino Maamria, whom he played under at Oldham last season.

💬 @JonnySmith_11#BAFC

— Burton Albion FC (@burtonalbionfc) January 29, 2021
22:47
HARDIE JOINS PLYMOUTH

Former Rangers striker Ryan Hardie has joined Plymouth on a permanent basis from Blackpool.

Hardie has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal at Home Park after the two League One clubs agreed an undisclosed fee.

The 23-year-old Scot has had two loan spells at Plymouth over the last 13 months, scoring 11 goals in 42 appearances.

22:43
PELLISTRI SET FOR LOAN MOVE

Manchester United youngster Facundo Pellistri is set to join La Liga side Alaves on loan for the rest of the season.

A deal for the 19-year-old Uruguayan has been agreed in principle with the Spanish club.

A deal for the 19-year-old Uruguayan has been agreed in principle with La Liga side Alaves.

— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) January 29, 2021
22:29
‘POTENTIAL BARGAIN TO BE HAD WITH DRAXLER’

European football writer Tom Williams told the Transfer Talk podcast:

“A player who could potentially be crossing the Channel is Julian Draxler.

“He is still on the books at PSG, barely getting a kick, has been endlessly linked with English clubs, only has six months left on his contract at PSG and they are desperate to sell him. They’ve been desperate to sell him for the last two or three years, ever since Neymar and Kylian Mbappe came in and he was frozen out of the first team picture.

“He’s still only 27, a German international and from a technical perspective, an absolute Rolls Royce of a footballer. There hasn’t been a huge amount of chatter around the prospect of him leaving but I think there’s a potential bargain to be had if there’s a club in need of a bit of spark in attacking midfield areas and are willing to stump up a small fee to get him off PSG’s books.”

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22:17
JONES JOINS SUNDERLAND ON LOAN

Rangers have confirmed that Jordan Jones has joined Sunderland on loan for the remainder of the season.

After putting pen to paper, the winger said: “I’m absolutely over the moon and I’m delighted to be here. I know what football means to people in the North East and how much Sunderland means to the supporters, so hopefully I can bring them some entertainment and good results.”

Manager Lee Johnson added: “As Jordan comes in, we are looking forward to working with him and seeing what he brings to our squad. He is a player with the type of qualities that fit the positional profile we wanted to add to the group.”

🔏 𝗔𝗻𝗱 𝗮𝗻𝗼𝘁𝗵𝗲𝗿…#SAFC are delighted to announce the loan signing of Jordan Jones from @RangersFC. #WelcomeJones

— Sunderland AFC (@SunderlandAFC) January 29, 2021
21:54
WHERE NEXT FOR MAITLAND-NILES?

Dharmesh Sheth tells The Transfer Show:

“He’s one of a number of players not getting first-team football at Arsenal. Southampton are interested in taking him on loan.

“Interestingly, Ralph Hasenhuttl has said he was hopeful of bringing in a player on loan before Monday’s deadline. It’s thought that if Arsenal do allow Maitland-Niles out on loan, it would be preferably to Southampton.

“There was a thought when we were hearing about Arsenal’s preference that they might want to get Ryan Bertrand as part of that deal, but Hasenhuttl poured cold water on him leaving at all during the transfer window – he says they need him. On the flip side, he is into the last six months of his contract.”

21:53
ABERDEEN AFTER STEWART

Aberdeen are targeting Ross County striker Ross Stewart as a potential replacement for Birmingham-bound Sam Cosgrove.

The 24-year-old is out of contract in the summer.

Ross County boss John Hughes said last week that it would take a bid of more £500,000 for them to consider selling the player.

21:52
RAHMAN SET TO JOIN PAOK

Chelsea left-back Baba Rahman is set to join Greek side PAOK on loan for the rest of the season.

The 26-year-old signed for £21.7m in August 2015, but has been out on loan to Schalke across three seasons, Stade Reims and RCD Mallorca.

Rahman is out of favour at Stamford Bridge and has agreed a switch to Thessaloniki in search of regular football.

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21:48
ANY CHANCE OF UNITED SIGNING SANCHO?

James Cooper tells The Transfer Show:

“I think he’s on the radar but I said last summer they wouldn’t spend £100m and that market is now changing, and it’s nothing like £100m now. “If last summer was bad in terms of finances, I think it’s even worse probably coming into this summer bearing in mind that Old Trafford has been empty for almost a year.

“Financials come into play and also we mentioned Pellistri we mentioned, on Diallo, if he becomes a success on the right wing then you might ask why do you need Sancho.

“I think it also raises questions about the priorities going into the next window for Manchester United, I think they’d like to cover right back, we’ve seen the kind of knock on effect on Alex Telles coming in and Luke Shaw playing his best football for Manchester United as a consequence, so I think they want proper backup there, so you’ve got two players for each position.

“There’s no doubting they’d love to have a centre-back but I don’t think money’s going to be in huge eminence, although I will counter that by saying that in Ed Woodward’s last proclamation during the last financial, he said we will be concentrating on the summer window – I think they are probably two or three players away from being a proper challenger for, you know, all the titles, not just a Premier League title.”

21:44
DIAGNE AVAILABLE TO FACE FULHAM

West Brom new striker Mbaye Diagne’s registration was submitted in time for him to feature tomorrow against Fulham, if Sam Allardyce decides to pick him.

✔️ A prolific scoring record
✔️ @ChampionsLeague experience
✔️ Exceptional form

Here are 𝗙𝗜𝗩𝗘 facts you’ll want to know about Mbaye Diagne 🇸🇳

— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) January 29, 2021
21:43
PEP: GARCIA IS OUR PLAYER

Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola has questioned Barcelona presidential candidates speaking in public on the club’s quest to sign defender Eric Garcia.

Garcia’s time at City is coming to an end and the centre-back is keen to secure a move back to the Nou Camp before Monday’s deadline.

But Barca are struggling to reach the asking price of around £2.65m in a week their accumulated debt was revealed to have eclipsed £1bn.

“I don’t want to talk anything about this. He’s our player,” Guardiola said on Friday.

“The transfer window is finishing in a few days. He’s our player and were fully committed with him here, because he’s an exceptional player and guy, that’s all.”

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21:33
VASSILEV SIGNS FOR CHELTENHAM

Cheltenham have signed Aston Villa striker Indiana Vassilev on loan until the end of the season.

The 19-year-old had spent the first half of the season on loan at Burton Albion, where he made 12 appearances in League One.

Vassilev has made six substitute appearances for Villa’s first team since moving to Birmingham from the United States a year ago.

Good luck, Indi! 👊

— Aston Villa (@AVFCOfficial) January 29, 2021
21:31
GRAY CLOSE TO LEVERKUSEN

Kaveh Solhekol on The Transfer Show:

“Someone close to the deal, to take Demarai Gray to Bayer Leverkusen from Leicester, has just been in touch to say it’s close to being agreed, he says it’s at the paperwork and diligence stage.

“The player and Bayer Leverkusen have agreed terms, there’s no further details and no updates about a possible medical at the moment.”

21:28
NEWPORT SIGN FARQUHARSON

Newport have made a seventh signing of the winter transfer window with the addition of defender Priestley Farquharson for an undisclosed fee.

The centre-back has agreed a two-and-a-half year deal with the Sky Bet League Two outfit after a successful spell under Andy Morrison at Cymru Premier club Connah’s Quay Nomads.

Exiles boss Michael Flynn backed the 23-year-old to handle the move, telling the club website: “I’ve tracked Priestley’s progress for a while and have been keen on bringing him to the club in previous transfer windows.

“He has made great strides with Connah’s Quay over the last few seasons and I’m sure he learnt a lot from Andy Morrison, so I feel it is now the right time to get him on board with us.

“It’s a big step up from the Cymru Premier to this division, but I feel it is a challenge that he’s ready for.”

21:20
WHERE WOULD MAITLAND-NILES PREFER TO GO?

The latest on Arsenal’s Ainsley Maitland-Niles with West Brom and Southampton both interested in a loan move.

21:05
BREAKING NEWS

West Brom have signed striker Mbaye Diagne from Galatasaray on loan until the end of the season.

The 29-year-old Senegal international has scored 11 goals in 18 appearances in all competitions for the Turkish giants this season.

A club statement read: “Diagne arrives at The Hawthorns with a wealth of experience having played Champions League and Europa League football over the course of the last two years with Club Brugge and Galatasaray respectively, as well as appearing in the Africa Cup of Nations for his country in 2019 – helping Senegal reach the final.”

Diagne announced ☑️✍️

We’ve signed Senegal international striker Mbaye Diagne on loan from @GalatasaraySK 🇸🇳

— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) January 29, 2021
21:03
NORWICH-BOUND SOTO GRANTED WORK PERMIT

American striker Sebastian Soto has officially been granted a work permit to join Norwich.

Soto signed for Norwich from Hannover last July but spent the first half of the season on loan at Dutch side SC Telstar, scoring seven goals in 12 appearances.

The 20-year-old made his international debut in November and scored twice in the United States’ 6-2 friendly win over Panama after coming on as a substitute.

Confirmation that Sebastian Soto has been granted a work permit and will head to Norfolk to begin training with Norwich ⬇

— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 29, 2021
20:45
CHELTENHAM SIGN SMITH FROM READING

Cheltenham have signed Reading striker Sam Smith on loan until the end of the season.

The 22-year-old has made 11 appearances for the Royals, scoring twice, and had loan spells at Oxford, Shrewsbury, Cambridge and Tranmere.

Cheltenham manager Michael Duff told the club website: “He is a player we have known about for a while.

“He did well against us last year when he was at Cambridge. He has experience of the level and has physicality and pace to run in behind.”

20:42
ROSS UNSURE OVER PORTEUS, NISBET FUTURE

Jack Ross is unsure if Ryan Porteous and Kevin Nisbet will remain at Hibernian after interest from Millwall and Birmingham respectively.

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As a kid, I liked playing with stones till one day
I threw one and it hit my mother’s fowl and it
died instantly. 🙆🙆🙆

I thought I was just alone but
surprisingly, my sister was right behind me
watching. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

Then she said “give me #100 and I
won’t tell mum”
I said “I don’t have but please don’t tell her,
she will beat me up.”☝🏼☝🏼☝🏼

The following day, Mum told her to wash the
plates and sweep the surrounding, 🍵☕🥣🍽🍴but she
said: “Mum, SAM said he will do it”

Then she came to me and said: “SAM, you wash
the plates and sweep the surrounding or else,
don’t forget you killed a fowl”👈🏻👈🏻👈🏻

Without hesitating, I washed the plates and
swept the surrounding for her.

The next day, mum told her to go and fetch
water and fill the drum. 🚰🚰🚰🛢🛢🛢

She said again: “Mum,
SAM said he will do it”
Then she came to me and said: “SAM, you
remember that fowl??

Fill this drum with water🛢🛢🛢
or else….”
That’s how I drew water and filled the drum.

That same day in the evening, mum sent her to the market to buy food items,🍞🥦🥒🍑🍒🍠🥐🍚🥙🌮 and again she
said: “Mum, SAM said he will go and buy them”
she came to me again and said: “SAM, don’t
forget that the fowl is still dead, go to the
market and buy the food items or else……”🤷🏻‍♀🤷‍♂🤷‍♂🤷🏻‍♀🙆🙆🙆

I just stood up and went to my Mum with tears
in my eyes🤣🤣🤣, 🙈🙈🙈I found her sitted in the house, I
went to her, knelt down and said while crying:

“Mum, I’m so sorry please forgive me. I’m the one
who killed your fowl🐓🐓🐓🐓 but it wasn’t a deliberate
action, please Mum forgive me I’m sorry.”👏👏👏

Then she replied: “my son, the day you killed the
fowl, I was at the window🏢🏛🏢 watching everything
that happened🙆🏼‍♂🙆🏼‍♂🙆🏼‍♂🙆‍♀.

Your sister made you her slave
because you did not want to come to me to
confess and apologise. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

But now you have done
it, you will be free, she will no longer use you
again.”
🤦🏽‍♂🤦🏻‍♀🤦🏻‍♀🤦🏻‍♀🤦🏽‍♂🤦🏽‍♂🤦🏽‍♂

*MORAL:* Each time we sin, God sees us and the devil capitalizes on
our sins to enslave us, the moment you confess
to God and ask for forgiveness, you are set free….

Please, share as we may end up helping someone to get freed from guilt of sin and condemnation.
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*The Full Speech of President Joe Biden on his Inauguration Day, 20th January, 2021.*

Chief Justice Roberts, Vice-President Harris, Speaker Pelosi, Leader Schumer, Leader McConnell, Vice-President Pence. My distinguished guests, my fellow Americans.

This is America’s day. This is democracy’s day. A day of history and hope, of renewal and resolve. Through a crucible for the ages, America has been tested a new and America has risen to the challenge. Today we celebrate the triumph not of a candidate but of a cause, a cause of democracy. The people – the will of the people – has been heard, and the will of the people has been heeded.

We’ve learned again that democracy is precious, democracy is fragile and, at this hour my friends, democracy has prevailed. So now on this hallowed ground where just a few days ago violence sought to shake the Capitol’s very foundations, we come together as one nation under God – indivisible – to carry out the peaceful transfer of power as we have for more than two centuries.

As we look ahead in our uniquely American way, restless, bold, optimistic, and set our sights on a nation we know we can be and must be, I thank my predecessors of both parties. I thank them from the bottom of my heart. And I know the resilience of our Constitution and the strength, the strength of our nation, as does President Carter, who I spoke with last night who cannot be with us today, but who we salute for his lifetime of service.

I’ve just taken a sacred oath each of those patriots have taken. The oath first sworn by George Washington. But the American story depends not on any one of us, not on some of us, but on all of us. On we the people who seek a more perfect union. This is a great nation, we are good people. And over the centuries through storm and strife in peace and in war we’ve come so far. But we still have far to go.

We’ll press forward with speed and urgency for we have much to do in this winter of peril and significant possibility. Much to do, much to heal, much to restore, much to build and much to gain. Few people in our nation’s history have been more challenged or found a time more challenging or difficult than the time we’re in now. A once in a century virus that silently stalks the country has taken as many lives in one year as in all of World War Two.

Millions of jobs have been lost. Hundreds of thousands of businesses closed. A cry for racial justice, some 400 years in the making, moves us. The dream of justice for all will be deferred no longer. A cry for survival comes from the planet itself, a cry that can’t be any more desperate or any more clear now. The rise of political extremism, white supremacy, domestic terrorism, that we must confront and we will defeat.

To overcome these challenges, to restore the soul and secure the future of America, requires so much more than words. It requires the most elusive of all things in a democracy – unity. Unity. In another January on New Year’s Day in 1863 Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. When he put pen to paper the president said, and I quote, ‘if my name ever goes down in history, it’ll be for this act, and my whole soul is in it’.

My whole soul is in it today, on this January day. My whole soul is in this. Bringing America together, uniting our people, uniting our nation. And I ask every American to join me in this cause. Uniting to fight the foes we face – anger, resentment and hatred. Extremism, lawlessness, violence, disease, joblessness, and hopelessness.

With unity we can do great things, important things. We can right wrongs, we can put people to work in good jobs, we can teach our children in safe schools. We can overcome the deadly virus, we can rebuild work, we can rebuild the middle class and make work secure, we can secure racial justice and we can make America once again the leading force for good in the world.

I know speaking of unity can sound to some like a foolish fantasy these days. I know the forces that divide us are deep and they are real. But I also know they are not new. Our history has been a constant struggle between the American ideal, that we are all created equal, and the harsh ugly reality that racism, nativism and fear have torn us apart. The battle is perennial and victory is never secure.

Through civil war, the Great Depression, World War, 9/11, through struggle, sacrifice, and setback, our better angels have always prevailed. In each of our moments enough of us have come together to carry all of us forward and we can do that now. History, faith and reason show the way. The way of unity.

We can see each other not as adversaries but as neighbours. We can treat each other with dignity and respect. We can join forces, stop the shouting and lower the temperature. For without unity there is no peace, only bitterness and fury, no progress, only exhausting outrage. No nation, only a state of chaos. This is our historic moment of crisis and challenge. And unity is the path forward. And we must meet this moment as the United States of America.

If we do that, I guarantee we will not failed. We have never, ever, ever, ever failed in America when we’ve acted together. And so today at this time in this place, let’s start afresh, all of us. Let’s begin to listen to one another again, hear one another, see one another. Show respect to one another. Politics doesn’t have to be a raging fire destroying everything in its path. Every disagreement doesn’t have to be a cause for total war and we must reject the culture in which facts themselves are manipulated and even manufactured.

My fellow Americans, we have to be different than this. We have to be better than this and I believe America is so much better than this. Just look around. Here we stand in the shadow of the Capitol dome. As mentioned earlier, completed in the shadow of the Civil War. When the union itself was literally hanging in the balance. We endure, we prevail. Here we stand, looking out on the great Mall, where Dr King spoke of his dream.

Here we stand, where 108 years ago at another inaugural, thousands of protesters tried to block brave women marching for the right to vote. And today we mark the swearing in of the first woman elected to national office, Vice President Kamala Harris. Don’t tell me things can change. Here we stand where heroes who gave the last full measure of devotion rest in eternal peace.

And here we stand just days after a riotous mob thought they could use violence to silence the will of the people, to stop the work of our democracy, to drive us from this sacred ground. It did not happen, it will never happen, not today, not tomorrow, not ever. Not ever. To all those who supported our campaign, I’m humbled by the faith you placed in us. To all those who did not support us, let me say this. Hear us out as we move forward. Take a measure of me and my heart.

If you still disagree, so be it. That’s democracy. That’s America. The right to dissent peacefully. And the guardrail of our democracy is perhaps our nation’s greatest strength. If you hear me clearly, disagreement must not lead to disunion. And I pledge this to you. I will be a President for all Americans, all Americans. And I promise you I will fight for those who did not support me as for those who did.

Many centuries ago, St Augustine – the saint of my church – wrote that a people was a multitude defined by the common objects of their love. Defined by the common objects of their love. What are the common objects we as Americans love, that define us as Americans? I think we know. Opportunity, security, liberty, dignity, respect, honour, and yes, the truth.

Recent weeks and months have taught us a painful lesson. There is truth and there are lies. Lies told for power and for profit. And each of us has a duty and a responsibility as citizens as Americans and especially as leaders. Leaders who are pledged to honour our Constitution to protect our nation. To defend the truth and defeat the lies.

Look, I understand that many of my fellow Americans view the future with fear and trepidation. I understand they worry about their jobs. I understand like their dad they lay in bed at night staring at the ceiling thinking: ‘Can I keep my healthcare? Can I pay my mortgage?’ Thinking about their families, about what comes next. I promise you, I get it. But the answer’s not to turn inward. To retreat into competing factions. Distrusting those who don’t look like you, or worship the way you do, who don’t get their news from the same source as you do.

We must end this uncivil war that pits red against blue, rural versus urban, conservative versus liberal. We can do this if we open our souls instead of hardening our hearts, if we show a little tolerance and humility, and if we’re willing to stand in the other person’s shoes, as my mom would say. Just for a moment, stand in their shoes.

Because here’s the thing about life. There’s no accounting for what fate will deal you. Some days you need a hand. There are other days when we’re called to lend a hand. That’s how it has to be, that’s what we do for one another. And if we are that way our country will be stronger, more prosperous, more ready for the future. And we can still disagree.

My fellow Americans, in the work ahead of us we’re going to need each other. We need all our strength to persevere through this dark winter. We’re entering what may be the darkest and deadliest period of the virus. We must set aside politics and finally face this pandemic as one nation, one nation. And I promise this, as the Bible says, ‘Weeping may endure for a night, joy cometh in the morning’. We will get through this together. Together.

Look folks, all my colleagues I serve with in the House and the Senate up here, we all understand the world is watching. Watching all of us today. So here’s my message to those beyond our borders. America has been tested and we’ve come out stronger for it. We will repair our alliances, and engage with the world once again. Not to meet yesterday’s challenges but today’s and tomorrow’s challenges. And we’ll lead not merely by the example of our power but the power of our example.

Fellow Americans, moms, dads, sons, daughters, friends, neighbours and co-workers. We will honour them by becoming the people and the nation we can and should be. So I ask you let’s say a silent prayer for those who lost their lives, those left behind and for our country. Amen.

Folks, it’s a time of testing. We face an attack on our democracy, and on truth, a raging virus, a stinging inequity, systemic racism, a climate in crisis, America’s role in the world. Any one of these would be enough to challenge us in profound ways. But the fact is we face them all at once, presenting this nation with one of the greatest responsibilities we’ve had. Now we’re going to be tested. Are we going to step up?

It’s time for boldness for there is so much to do. And this is certain, I promise you. We will be judged, you and I, by how we resolve these cascading crises of our era. We will rise to the occasion. Will we master this rare and difficult hour? Will we meet our obligations and pass along a new and better world to our children? I believe we must and I’m sure you do as well. I believe we will, and when we do, we’ll write the next great chapter in the history of the United States of America. The American story.

A story that might sound like a song that means a lot to me, it’s called American Anthem. And there’s one verse that stands out at least for me and it goes like this:

‘The work and prayers of centuries have brought us to this day, which shall be our legacy, what will our children say?

Let me know in my heart when my days are through, America, America, I gave my best to you.’

Let us add our own work and prayers to the unfolding story of our great nation. If we do this, then when our days are through, our children and our children’s children will say of us: ‘They gave their best, they did their duty, they healed a broken land.’

My fellow Americans I close the day where I began, with a sacred oath. Before God and all of you, I give you my word. I will always level with you. I will defend the Constitution, I’ll defend our democracy.

I’ll defend America and I will give all – all of you – keep everything I do in your service. Thinking not of power but of possibilities. Not of personal interest but of public good.

And together we will write an American story of hope, not fear. Of unity not division, of light not darkness. A story of decency and dignity, love and healing, greatness and goodness. May this be the story that guides us. The story that inspires us. And the story that tells ages yet to come that we answered the call of history, we met the moment. Democracy and hope, truth and justice, did not die on our watch but thrive.

That America secured liberty at home and stood once again as a beacon to the world. That is what we owe our forbearers, one another, and generations to follow.

So with purpose and resolve, we turn to those tasks of our time. Sustained by faith, driven by conviction and devoted to one another and the country we love with all our hearts. May God bless America and God protect our troops.*The Full Speech of President Joe Biden on his Inauguration Day, 20th January, 2021.*

Chief Justice Roberts, Vice-President Harris, Speaker Pelosi, Leader Schumer, Leader McConnell, Vice-President Pence. My distinguished guests, my fellow Americans.

This is America’s day. This is democracy’s day. A day of history and hope, of renewal and resolve. Through a crucible for the ages, America has been tested a new and America has risen to the challenge. Today we celebrate the triumph not of a candidate but of a cause, a cause of democracy. The people – the will of the people – has been heard, and the will of the people has been heeded.

We’ve learned again that democracy is precious, democracy is fragile and, at this hour my friends, democracy has prevailed. So now on this hallowed ground where just a few days ago violence sought to shake the Capitol’s very foundations, we come together as one nation under God – indivisible – to carry out the peaceful transfer of power as we have for more than two centuries.

As we look ahead in our uniquely American way, restless, bold, optimistic, and set our sights on a nation we know we can be and must be, I thank my predecessors of both parties. I thank them from the bottom of my heart. And I know the resilience of our Constitution and the strength, the strength of our nation, as does President Carter, who I spoke with last night who cannot be with us today, but who we salute for his lifetime of service.

I’ve just taken a sacred oath each of those patriots have taken. The oath first sworn by George Washington. But the American story depends not on any one of us, not on some of us, but on all of us. On we the people who seek a more perfect union. This is a great nation, we are good people. And over the centuries through storm and strife in peace and in war we’ve come so far. But we still have far to go.

We’ll press forward with speed and urgency for we have much to do in this winter of peril and significant possibility. Much to do, much to heal, much to restore, much to build and much to gain. Few people in our nation’s history have been more challenged or found a time more challenging or difficult than the time we’re in now. A once in a century virus that silently stalks the country has taken as many lives in one year as in all of World War Two.

Millions of jobs have been lost. Hundreds of thousands of businesses closed. A cry for racial justice, some 400 years in the making, moves us. The dream of justice for all will be deferred no longer. A cry for survival comes from the planet itself, a cry that can’t be any more desperate or any more clear now. The rise of political extremism, white supremacy, domestic terrorism, that we must confront and we will defeat.

To overcome these challenges, to restore the soul and secure the future of America, requires so much more than words. It requires the most elusive of all things in a democracy – unity. Unity. In another January on New Year’s Day in 1863 Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. When he put pen to paper the president said, and I quote, ‘if my name ever goes down in history, it’ll be for this act, and my whole soul is in it’.

My whole soul is in it today, on this January day. My whole soul is in this. Bringing America together, uniting our people, uniting our nation. And I ask every American to join me in this cause. Uniting to fight the foes we face – anger, resentment and hatred. Extremism, lawlessness, violence, disease, joblessness, and hopelessness.

With unity we can do great things, important things. We can right wrongs, we can put people to work in good jobs, we can teach our children in safe schools. We can overcome the deadly virus, we can rebuild work, we can rebuild the middle class and make work secure, we can secure racial justice and we can make America once again the leading force for good in the world.

I know speaking of unity can sound to some like a foolish fantasy these days. I know the forces that divide us are deep and they are real. But I also know they are not new. Our history has been a constant struggle between the American ideal, that we are all created equal, and the harsh ugly reality that racism, nativism and fear have torn us apart. The battle is perennial and victory is never secure.

Through civil war, the Great Depression, World War, 9/11, through struggle, sacrifice, and setback, our better angels have always prevailed. In each of our moments enough of us have come together to carry all of us forward and we can do that now. History, faith and reason show the way. The way of unity.

We can see each other not as adversaries but as neighbours. We can treat each other with dignity and respect. We can join forces, stop the shouting and lower the temperature. For without unity there is no peace, only bitterness and fury, no progress, only exhausting outrage. No nation, only a state of chaos. This is our historic moment of crisis and challenge. And unity is the path forward. And we must meet this moment as the United States of America.

If we do that, I guarantee we will not failed. We have never, ever, ever, ever failed in America when we’ve acted together. And so today at this time in this place, let’s start afresh, all of us. Let’s begin to listen to one another again, hear one another, see one another. Show respect to one another. Politics doesn’t have to be a raging fire destroying everything in its path. Every disagreement doesn’t have to be a cause for total war and we must reject the culture in which facts themselves are manipulated and even manufactured.

My fellow Americans, we have to be different than this. We have to be better than this and I believe America is so much better than this. Just look around. Here we stand in the shadow of the Capitol dome. As mentioned earlier, completed in the shadow of the Civil War. When the union itself was literally hanging in the balance. We endure, we prevail. Here we stand, looking out on the great Mall, where Dr King spoke of his dream.

Here we stand, where 108 years ago at another inaugural, thousands of protesters tried to block brave women marching for the right to vote. And today we mark the swearing in of the first woman elected to national office, Vice President Kamala Harris. Don’t tell me things can change. Here we stand where heroes who gave the last full measure of devotion rest in eternal peace.

And here we stand just days after a riotous mob thought they could use violence to silence the will of the people, to stop the work of our democracy, to drive us from this sacred ground. It did not happen, it will never happen, not today, not tomorrow, not ever. Not ever. To all those who supported our campaign, I’m humbled by the faith you placed in us. To all those who did not support us, let me say this. Hear us out as we move forward. Take a measure of me and my heart.

If you still disagree, so be it. That’s democracy. That’s America. The right to dissent peacefully. And the guardrail of our democracy is perhaps our nation’s greatest strength. If you hear me clearly, disagreement must not lead to disunion. And I pledge this to you. I will be a President for all Americans, all Americans. And I promise you I will fight for those who did not support me as for those who did.

Many centuries ago, St Augustine – the saint of my church – wrote that a people was a multitude defined by the common objects of their love. Defined by the common objects of their love. What are the common objects we as Americans love, that define us as Americans? I think we know. Opportunity, security, liberty, dignity, respect, honour, and yes, the truth.

Recent weeks and months have taught us a painful lesson. There is truth and there are lies. Lies told for power and for profit. And each of us has a duty and a responsibility as citizens as Americans and especially as leaders. Leaders who are pledged to honour our Constitution to protect our nation. To defend the truth and defeat the lies.

Look, I understand that many of my fellow Americans view the future with fear and trepidation. I understand they worry about their jobs. I understand like their dad they lay in bed at night staring at the ceiling thinking: ‘Can I keep my healthcare? Can I pay my mortgage?’ Thinking about their families, about what comes next. I promise you, I get it. But the answer’s not to turn inward. To retreat into competing factions. Distrusting those who don’t look like you, or worship the way you do, who don’t get their news from the same source as you do.

We must end this uncivil war that pits red against blue, rural versus urban, conservative versus liberal. We can do this if we open our souls instead of hardening our hearts, if we show a little tolerance and humility, and if we’re willing to stand in the other person’s shoes, as my mom would say. Just for a moment, stand in their shoes.

Because here’s the thing about life. There’s no accounting for what fate will deal you. Some days you need a hand. There are other days when we’re called to lend a hand. That’s how it has to be, that’s what we do for one another. And if we are that way our country will be stronger, more prosperous, more ready for the future. And we can still disagree.

My fellow Americans, in the work ahead of us we’re going to need each other. We need all our strength to persevere through this dark winter. We’re entering what may be the darkest and deadliest period of the virus. We must set aside politics and finally face this pandemic as one nation, one nation. And I promise this, as the Bible says, ‘Weeping may endure for a night, joy cometh in the morning’. We will get through this together. Together.

Look folks, all my colleagues I serve with in the House and the Senate up here, we all understand the world is watching. Watching all of us today. So here’s my message to those beyond our borders. America has been tested and we’ve come out stronger for it. We will repair our alliances, and engage with the world once again. Not to meet yesterday’s challenges but today’s and tomorrow’s challenges. And we’ll lead not merely by the example of our power but the power of our example.

Fellow Americans, moms, dads, sons, daughters, friends, neighbours and co-workers. We will honour them by becoming the people and the nation we can and should be. So I ask you let’s say a silent prayer for those who lost their lives, those left behind and for our country. Amen.

Folks, it’s a time of testing. We face an attack on our democracy, and on truth, a raging virus, a stinging inequity, systemic racism, a climate in crisis, America’s role in the world. Any one of these would be enough to challenge us in profound ways. But the fact is we face them all at once, presenting this nation with one of the greatest responsibilities we’ve had. Now we’re going to be tested. Are we going to step up?

It’s time for boldness for there is so much to do. And this is certain, I promise you. We will be judged, you and I, by how we resolve these cascading crises of our era. We will rise to the occasion. Will we master this rare and difficult hour? Will we meet our obligations and pass along a new and better world to our children? I believe we must and I’m sure you do as well. I believe we will, and when we do, we’ll write the next great chapter in the history of the United States of America. The American story.

A story that might sound like a song that means a lot to me, it’s called American Anthem. And there’s one verse that stands out at least for me and it goes like this:

‘The work and prayers of centuries have brought us to this day, which shall be our legacy, what will our children say?

Let me know in my heart when my days are through, America, America, I gave my best to you.’

Let us add our own work and prayers to the unfolding story of our great nation. If we do this, then when our days are through, our children and our children’s children will say of us: ‘They gave their best, they did their duty, they healed a broken land.’

My fellow Americans I close the day where I began, with a sacred oath. Before God and all of you, I give you my word. I will always level with you. I will defend the Constitution, I’ll defend our democracy.

I’ll defend America and I will give all – all of you – keep everything I do in your service. Thinking not of power but of possibilities. Not of personal interest but of public good.

And together we will write an American story of hope, not fear. Of unity not division, of light not darkness. A story of decency and dignity, love and healing, greatness and goodness. May this be the story that guides us. The story that inspires us. And the story that tells ages yet to come that we answered the call of history, we met the moment. Democracy and hope, truth and justice, did not die on our watch but thrive.

That America secured liberty at home and stood once again as a beacon to the world. That is what we owe our forbearers, one another, and generations to follow.

So with purpose and resolve, we turn to those tasks of our time. Sustained by faith, driven by conviction and devoted to one another and the country we love with all our hearts. May God bless America and God protect our troops…

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*REFLECT ON THIS:*

*A young man* who has a lot of money met *an old man* and told him, ”you know I’m richer than you”. And the old man replied, *”that’s not true.”*

The young man said, *”okay let’s go to my house let me show you.”*

So they went to the young man’s house in one of his luxurious cars and got there within *5 minutes.* What greeted them was all kinds of choice cars – *Rolls Royce, Aston Martin, Bugatti, etc.*

Then the old man said, *”now let’s go to my house”.* So they went into the old man’s car, and the journey lasted about *40 minutes.* They were delayed on the way by *all calibers of rich people wanting to greet and pay homage to the old man. Some were in Bugatti, Rolls Royce,* *Aston Martin, etc., thanking the old man for helping them get rich.*

Then an often-ignored truth dawned on the young man: *The wealth of a man is in the quality of the people in his life, not the material things he has.*

*The old man has the people who own the choicest cars in his life, and if the young man’s cars are gone, then his riches are gone. But there’s no particular material thing you will take from the old man to make him poor. In other words: He doesn’t need to keep those cars, those cars are in the lives of those in the man’s life.*

🔋 *This is the power of being there for people.*

The reason people will fear to hurt you is when they know the power of those who will come against them if they touch you.

*This is the power of being there for people!*

You never lose helping other people achieve their dream, *the reward is always higher than the help.*

*Here’s a truth you should never forget ⬇️*

👉Achievement is what you can do by yourself

👉Success is what people can do when you’re still with them.

👉Legacy is what people can do when you are no longer with them.

*✅At the back of your mind, LEGACY should be what drives your actions*

*Focus on building people: Every business, workplace, company is an incubation place to raise people*

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DROP THE BONE!!!!!

A dog has taught me an important lesson in this encounter.

I was in a car commuting from home to my place of work. The car was speeding at about 80kms per hour.

Suddenly, I saw a dog with a bone running so fast trying to overtake the car so that it could cross the road.

I was frightened that the car would overrun the dog. I was praying that the dog would increase it’s speed and cross the road safely. The car was fast approaching the dog.

Then, I realised the dog suddenly increased it’s speed and was able to cross the road successfully.

Pheew, I sighed, thanking God it wasn’t hit by the car.

But, there is something I noticed that fell off before the dog suddenly increased it’s speed.

I asked the driver, could you please reverse? I need to see what fell off.

When I saw what fell off, one of the greatest lessons sunk into my thick skull.

The dog let go of the BONE.

It was that SIMPLE, it reached a point where the dog had to let go of the bone in order to gain speed and save it’s life.

Men, the dog is SMART… I thought.

What’s the LESSON?

Let go of the bone.

There are bones we have held on to in 2020.

If we succeed to let go of the 2020 ‘BONES’, then we will do wonders in 2021 and years beyond.

There are so many types of bones which for sure have held us back.

Let’s make the painful decision of letting go of the bone of disappointment of 2020.

– Failure to seek new thoughts or new ways of doing things is a BONE

– Doing things in the same unsuccessful manner, year in year out is a BONE

– Thinking that money alone is the source of your happiness; that’s the HARDEST BONE

– Going to work late and acting irresponsibly is a BONE

– Not worshiping God, be it in a MOSQUE or CHURCH; that’s a tricky bone, even the hyena cannot handle.

– Watching our friends fail; yet we could have helped them succeed is a BONE

– BONE of anger and resentment, that is the heaviest of all and have greater consequences if we don’t let go.

These are only few examples, but the list is endless.

Let’s drop the BONE, so that we have a prosperous 2021 and years ahead.

Please tell all your friends and your loved ones to drop the BONE.

Bones drag us behind from reaching our God destined potential.

Drop your unbelief, it is a BONE.

Murmuring and complaining is a BONE

I will start it tomorrow or next week but will never take a step for one day is a BONE.
Procrastination is a bigger BONE.

Maybe you are disappointed by friends or a family member please drop the pain off you, it is a BONE.
*Please look unto God Almighty the author and finisher of our faith.*

*Enjoy the flight of 2021. Congratulations.*

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BREAKING NEWS Big news of the world,
Italy did postmortem of dead corona patient, big revelation happened
Italy has become the first country in the world to perform an autopsy (postmortem) on a dead body from a Covid-19 and, after a comprehensive investigation, has discovered that the Covid-19 does not exist as a virus, but a very large one. Is a global scam. People are actually dying due to “Amplified Global 5G Electromagnetic Radiation (Poison)”.

Doctors in Italy have violated World Health Organization (WHO) law, which does not authorize autopsies (postmortem) on the bodies of people who have died from the corona virus in order to find out after some kind of scientific discovery. It cannot be assumed that it is not a virus, but a bacterium that causes death, which causes blood clots to form in the veins, i.e. blood clots in the veins and nerves due to this bacterium and this is the patient Causes the death of.
Italy has beaten the virus, stating that “there is nothing but phelia-intravascular coagulation (thrombosis) and the way to deal with it is to cure it.”
Antibiotics tablets
Anti-inflammatory and
Taking Anticoagulants (Aspirin) cures it.
And indicating that a cure for the disease is possible, this sensational news for the world has been prepared by Italian doctors by autopsy (postmortem) of corpses from the Covid-19 virus. According to some other Italian scientists, ventilators and the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) were never needed. Protocols for this have now been issued in Italy.
CHINA already knew about it but never made its report public.
Please share this information with all your family, neighbors, acquaintances, friends, colleagues so that they can get out of the fear of Covid-19 and understand that this is not a virus at all but just a bacterium that is exposed to 5G radiation. The cause is harming people who have very low immunity. This radiation also causes inflammation and hypoxia. Those who fall prey to this should take Asprin-100mg and Apronix or Paracetamol 650mg. Why… ??? क .Because it has been shown that covid-19 causes blood to clot which causes thrombosis to the person and due to which blood clots in the veins and due to this the brain, heart and lungs cannot get oxygen due to which the person Breathing becomes difficult and a person dies quickly due to shortness of breath.
Doctors in Italy disobeyed WHO’s protocol and performed autopsies on corpses that had died of covid-19. Doctors opened the arms, legs and other parts of the body and after examining and examining them properly, they noticed that the blood vessels were dilated and the veins were full of thrombi, which usually stopped the blood from flowing. And also reduces the flow of oxygen into the body which causes the patient to die. After learning of this research, the Italian Ministry of Health immediately changed the treatment protocol of Covid-19 and gave aspirin to its positive patients. 100mg and started giving Empromax. As a result, the patients started recovering and their health started showing improvement. The Italian Ministry of Health discharged more than 14,000 patients in a single day and sent them home.
Source: Italian Ministry of Health

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My sister’s husband
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Episode 10
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what did Victor said? Nancy asked
he said that am not a wife material, he cannot marry me, I should have listened to him then when he was telling me to change from my attitude, now people will start laughing at me and also my parents will not be happy with me from the embarrassment I brought to the family, where will I start from telling my parents that Victor and his people are no more coming? why did you the day of my happiness turn into disappointment, why? why?? Janet cried
please take it easy on yourself, but why will Victor behave like this? Nancy said while Janet was still crying and regretting her bad attitude towards Victor.
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After that day, Janet parents were not happy with her because the marriage did not hold again, they were very disappointed in her but as time goes on they get used to it.
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Meanwhile bright was in his room when his phone began to rang, and it was Nancy calling, at that time his wife was in the sitting room cleaning the floor. As bright phone was ringing he came out from his room to check if his wife was around his room but she wasn’t, so he went inside and pick his call
“hello my love, how are you doing? Nancy asked
Am not fine, why are you not picking my calls? I called you up to three times last night but you weren’t picking my call. “bright said in a low tone so that his wife will not hear him
am sorry my love, I slept off last night it was this morning that I saw your missed call and decided to call, please don’t be angry with your love. “Nancy romantically apologize
is alright, you know how much that I love you and am missing you so much, when are you coming back? bright asked
Aww… I really miss you too baby, but don’t worry I will come back in three days time, my friend’s marriage did not hold again and I can’t just leave her like that for the condition she is going through .” Nancy said over the phone
OMG!! you mean that Janet marriage did not hold again? he asked surprisedly
“yes, the marriage did not hold, her fiance turned her down. “Nancy replied
hmm…. this is so bad, she must be very hurt and heartbroken, anyway please try and come back in the next three days as you said because am really missing you. “as bright was still talking on the phone, Cynthia was coming towards the room, when she heard him said missing you, she stopped at the door to eavedrop on what her husband was saying, but at that time bright have ended the call
So my husband is cheating on me, I heard him said missing you which means he was speaking with a woman over the phone, I need to confront him. “Cynthia thought to herself and after that she opened the door and went inside the room, when bright saw her he was shocked because he thought that she must have heard his conversation on the phone.
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To be continued………
Should Cynthia confront bright or wait for more proof???

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My Sister’s Husband
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Episode 9
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Don’t think negative, they will come maybe traffic is delaying
them. “Nancy said while calming her down, not too long Janet
father came inside.
what is happening? why haven’t your husband to be and his
people come yet? Janet’s father asked
papa! I don’t really know what is delaying them, I have even try
calling Victor’s number but he wasn’t picking his call. “Janet
replied in a worried tone
continue trying his number because people are waiting for
them, everything is set remaining for them to come, even our
kinsmen are also waiting for them .”Janet father said
don’t worry sir they will come, let’s just give them some time.
“Nancy said
look at the time is almost 2:30 and yet they haven’t come, I
just hope that they come because if the marriage did not hold
it will be a very big shame to my family. “Janet father said
don’t worry sir they will come. ” Nancy assured him
I just hope so..”Janet father angrily said and then went outside
what will I do if Victor and his people fail to come? I know
that my enemies will laugh at me, I can’t bear this shame if
this happens. “Janet said almost in tears
you don’t have to cry, I believe that is the traffic delaying
them, why not call him again to know if he will pick his call.
“Nancy said and then Janet called Victor again but he wasn’t
picking his call, after some moment she called his number
again and this time he finally pick it.
“Hello! Victor what is delaying you and your people from
coming, we have been waiting for you, please hurry up and
come with your people time is going. “Janet said Immediately
Victor picked the call
sorry Janet I have changed my mind about you, I have come
to think of it that you are not a wife material, getting married
to you will send me to my early grave, I need a woman who is
mature in thinking and also I want a woman who will love me
for who I am and not what iam, Janet I really love you, just
that I have to do what is best for me. “Victor explained over
the phone
please Victor, don’t do this to me, I promise I will change from
my ways .”Janet said in tears
am sorry is too late for that, you remember when I was
begging you to change, all you do is to insult me by calling me
a hungry and a wretched man and you also told me that you
are managing me, I want a woman that will love and not the
one that will manage me. “Victor said and before Janet could
say anything further, the call went dead and Janet fell on the
ground crying
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To be continued……..
chai!! who follow me feel for Jane

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WAYS TO AVOID EMBARRASSMENT AND UNNECESSARY PRESSURE IN LIFE. (2021).

1. Put your kids in
schools you can afford
because expensive
schools don’t
guarantee good
results. Just ensure
they attend a good
affordable school

2. Rent apartments you
can pay for
conveniently. Don’t live
in a house you struggle
to pay yearly. If your 1 or 2
month salary or biz profit
can’t pay for your
accommodation, that
accommodation is not for
your level.

3. A man whose wife is
pregnant has good 9
months to prepare,
same as the pregnant
woman in question.
They should even plan
for the worse and only
seek help when they
can’t meet up.

4. Some problems in our
lives don’t just pop up,
if you don’t own a
home, we knew we
would pay rents…So its
not an emergency.

5. Let’s plan our lives and
live within our means.
Save more and spend
less and Invest wisely.
Never invest in something
that will make you rich
overnight. No seed grows
to a tree overnight and
provide fruits, not even
tomatoes 🍅.

6. Some women buy food
for their children every
morning before going
to school or even for
the whole family, do
you know it’s cheaper
to cook at home?

7. Some people don’t
earn much, but have
DSTV at home, go for
GOTV and upgrade
when your income
upgrades. It’s still the
same CNN anyway!
Besides, most people pay
for cable subscription they
don’t have light or time to
watch.

8. Eat healthy meals and
protect your family
from mosquitoes to
avoid going to the
hospital always. Sleep
under mosquito treated
net, saves you cost of
treatment on malaria.

9. Take advantage of
food and fruits in
season, its cheaper
and you can be
creative to create
amazing meals. Every fruit
in each season is meant to
help your body fight
sickness or health
challenges in that season.

10.Don’t copy your
neighbor’s lifestyle,
she earns well and her
husband is a ‘big
man’*

11. Don’t follow trends,
wear clean well-
ironed clothes and
keep your hair neat.
You would still look
good.

12. Keep your circle small, keep only friends that have senses!

13. Above all things, have the fear of God, have integrity, don’t be lazy and be prayerful.

14. Planning is the key, if you fail to plan, you plan to FAIL.

15. Don’t do more than your budget, there is no award given to best family that wore an expensive cloth for
the year🤷🏻‍♂.

16.Don’t be in competition with
anyone…The purpose of shoes and clothes are to cover our nakedness, make us smart and
good.

17. Don’t make your marriage ceremony too expensive, there is life after marriage and your well wishers will only say goodbye and the reality of life will then done on you. Be wise.

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WARM WATER
PLEASE SHARE THIS WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS, IT’S VERY IMPORTANT AND CAN SAVE SOMEONE’S LIFE.

Warm water is 100% effective in resolving some health problems such as:-
1 Migraine
2 High blood pressure
3 Low blood pressure
4 Pain of joints
5 Sudden increase and decrease in heartbeats
6 Epilepsy
7 Increasing level of cholesterol
8 Cough
9 Bodily discomfort
10 Gout pain
11 Asthma
12 Whooping cough
13 Blockage of veins
14 Disease related to Uterus & Urine
15 Stomach problems
16 Poor appetite
17 Also all diseases related to the eyes, ear, nose & throat.
18 Headache
19 Diabetes
*HOW TO USE WARM WATER*
Get up early in the morning and drink approximately 2 glasses of warm water when the stomach is empty. You may not be able to make 2 glasses at the beginning but slowly you will.
*NOTE:*
*DO NOT* eat anything 45mins after taking the water.
The warm water therapy will resolve the health problems within reasonable period such as:-
Diabetes in 30 days
Blood pressure in 30 days
Stomach problems in 10 days
All types of Cancer in 9 months
Blockage of veins in 6 months
Poor appetite in 10 days
Uterus and related diseases in 10 days
Nose, Ear, and Throat problems in 10 days
Women problems in 15 days
Heart diseases in 30 days
Headache/migraine in 3 days
Cholesterol in 4 months
Epilepsy and paralysis continuously in 9 months
Asthma in 4 months
*COLD WATER IS BAD FOR YOU!!!*
If cold water does not affect you at young age, it will harm you at old age.
* Cold water closes 4 veins of the heart and causes heart attack. Cold drinks are main reason for heart attack.
* It also creates problems in the liver. It makes fat stick in the liver. Most people waiting for liver transplant are victims of cold water drinking.
* Cold water affects internal walls of the stomach. It affects the large intestine and results in Cancer.
*PLEASE DON’T KEEP THIS INFORMATION TO YOURSELF*
Tell someone to tell someone, *IT MAY SAVE SOMEONE’S LIFE*
“KNOWLEDGE IS POWER”

Help someone today by sharing it with your loved ones and friends, may God help us all.

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The Osun state police command has arrested two ritualists, from the arrest, some female body parts were found with them. The Osun state police spokesman said: at about 9:30pm.. a distress call was made by A hotel management where they had lodged. The management said a girl screamed twice and after that, no noise was heard again from the room. According to them the scream was like a girl calling for help.

According to the management when the guys were about going, they were asked to be escorted back to the room to see if everything was fine and why the girl they came with wasn’t leaving with them.
The ritualist said everything was fine and the girl was resting in the room, that she was going to be out.But the hotel management insisted, even though they tried to escape , the hotel management were smart enough to had locked the premises and pinned them down. That was when they were able to gain access in the room and saw a pool of blood with some body parts removed from the lifeless female body which they tried escaping with in a bag, the spokesman said.

That was when the distress call was made and the police force took emergency response, and they were arrested.

During some further investigation by the police, it was found that the names of the apprehended criminals are Ayodeji Saheed and Tunde Obadimeji who both confessed saying its not the first time they are committing such and that they have killed more than 70 girls. They specialized in getting female parts and one Abefe Sadiq pays them for each parts. #600:000:00 Six hundred thousand naira. for one girl killed for him ?

They were asked further how they get these girls???
“getting the girls was so easy” “we lure them with money and fancy things”
They went further saying that “girls of this days are easily lured with those things” All they need to do is to get or rent a fancy car with cash they would spend on the girls, and that is all this girls fall. Then they are being taken to a hotel room where they are told that they would be having fun overnight but instead they are being slaughtered.

Meanwhile, the commissioner of police said that efforts are being made to arrest Abefe Sadiq, the one who contracted them to commit the heinous crime.

The CP also went further saying that information should be passed round to all female friends, sisters and colleagues that they should all be careful not to fall for guys like this, there are some out there who are meant to destroy lives he said.

He also sent a note of warning to all of these criminals out there to repent or the law will surely grab hold of them.

Please share to save the life of your sisters, daughters, cousins, nieces and even your friends.

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TAKE YOUR HEALTH SERIOUSLY

*SERIOUS HEALTH WARNING.*
please, don’t ever eat any of these again.
(1). Beans and unripe Plantain
(2). Bread and tea
(3). Egusi with fried fish and chicken
(4). Dry fish pepper soup
(5). Garri with groundnut, milk and cold water
(6). Yam porridge with cray fish and meat
(7). Fried rice and chicken
(8). Moi moi and pap
(9). Bitter leaves soup with native chicken
(10). Suya and salad
(11) Afam soup
(12) Bole

WITHOUT INVITING ME !
🥰😍😘🦻👁️👀

😀😄😀😀😀😀😀

Compliments of the season !!!

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Winston Churchill said : “I took the taxi one day and went to the BBC office for an interview … and when I arrived I asked the driver to wait for me for forty minutes until I got back! But the driver apologized and said ‘I can’t because I have to go home to listen to Winston Churchill’s speech’ … Churchill says he was amazed and delighted with this man’s desire to listen to his conversation! So Churchill took ten pounds and gave to the taxi driver without telling the driver who he was. When the driver collected the money he said: “I’ll wait hours until you come back, sir! And let Churchill go to hell! *Principles have been modified against money* . *Nations* were *sold for money, Honor* was *sold for money.* *Brothers* were *sold for money* . *Families* were *split for the money* . *Friends* have been *separated for the money* . *People* were *killed for the money*!
Who gave so much power to money and made people their slaves?

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My Sister’s Husband
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Episode 8
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Now you are talking, not like that before when you will be saying, no you don’t want to betray your sister’s trust that she have done so much for you that you don’t want to hurt her by dating her husband. if not for me that told you to date bright, will you be enjoying all this good things bright is giving you now? look at you now living a big life all thanks to me, anyway am really happy for you how I wish I have somebody like bright who will be giving me what I want and also shower me with goodies, not that my hungry fiance who calls himself Victor who cannot even afford a car for me. “Janet said frowning and Nancy laughed
just take it easy with him, so how is he doing now? Nancy asked
well he is fine, he said that he will be coming with his people next month to pay my bride price and still that same day we will do our traditional marriage, do I have a choice am just managing Victor because he is too low to my standard, anyway since he is coming with his people, am waiting shaaa.. “Janet said
wow!! this is a good news, so which means you will be traveling? Nancy asked smiling
yes nah… I will be traveling next month and like wise you because you will be among my ashebi. “Janet said
No problem what are friends for, but honestly am really happy for you, so finally you will be getting married to Victor next month? Nancy said excitedly
yes ooo… my dear am getting married next month, but with a hungry man .”Janet mockingly said
whether is a hungry man or not, you are getting married that is what matters most, you should be happy about it, anyway congratulation in advance .”Nancy playfully said and they both laughed
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One month later, it was time for Janet to get married, they cooked all kinds of food and set canopy and chairs for people who will come for the marriage ceremony.
My daughter am very proud of you that you will be getting married today. “mama Janet said to her daughter who was busy dressing up for her marriage
Thank you mama, am very happy too that am getting married today, but I don’t know what is still keeping Victor and his people from coming, please they should come fast. “Janet said as she continue doing what she was doing
Don’t worry my child, they will soon come okay? her mother said and then went outside. After 1hr time Janet was inside with some of her ashebi, even Nancy was also there because she came for her friend’s traditional marriage.
As they were all inside Janet was very worried because Victor and his people have not come yet and this began to trouble her.
please take it easy, Victor and his people will soon come, just give them some time. “Nancy said in a concerned tone
I will not take it easy, look at the time, and still Victor and his people have not yet come, he supposed to pay my bride price around 1pm, while our traditional marriage starts around 2:30pm, now is almost 1:30 and yet he and his people have not yet come, I hope is not what am thinking. “Janet worriedly said
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To be continued………
Your like and comments highly anticipated

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JUST IN!! Fresh Fight In Rivers As Police Destroys IPOB Radio Transmitter, Arrests 6 Suspects

The Rivers State Police Command says it has busted and confiscated the Radio Biafra Transmitters belonging to the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and domiciled in Iriebe Housing Estate in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of the state.
The police operatives also arrested four suspected members of the proscribed group.
The four arrested suspected members of IPOB were among the six criminal suspects paraded by the police at the state command headquarters in Port Harcourt, yesterday during a press briefing.
The state Commissioner of Police, Mr Joseph Mukan, disclosed that confiscating the radio transmitters was made possible through intelligence gathering, saying that the four arrested members of IPOB were responsible for the attack on police stations during the #EndSARS protests in Oyigbo Area Command, where three police stations were burnt and looted.
He gave the names of the arrested IPOB members as Ugochukwu Abazim, Chinedu Ureagbu, Sunny Vincent and Onyekachi Sylvester, all male.
He listed exhibits recovered from them to include, one Radio transmission device (Biafra Radio), large quantities of IPOB T-shirts and face caps, a calendar bearing the photograph of Nnamdi Kanu, one television set, customized machetes bearing members’ names, substances used in the worship of their god, Ezumezu Amadioha Juju.
Mukan recalled that on assumption of duty as the 40th Commissioner of Police in April, this year, he met some challenging situations on ground, noting that with the benefit of hindsight, he re-strategised and repositioned his men, with strong charge to embark on aggressive intelligence-driven policing, with a view to gathering actionable information, which ultimately led to the dislodgement of the criminals.
“To this end, I can proudly tell you that between April and now, I have been able to arrest and prosecute a good number of suspected kidnappers, armed robbers, rescued kidnap victims and recovered large cache of arms/ammunition, among other achievements.
“As you can see, we are again in another period, characterized by upsurge in criminal activities. The command is not oblivious of the fact that this is the period where criminals take advantage to unleash havoc on unsuspecting persons. In view of the above, therefore, we have put in place elaborate and workable security measures that will contain and curtail these nefarious activities”, Mukan said.
The police helmsman used the opportunity to remind all residents of the state that the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic has commenced.
“Therefore, the Covid-19 protocols will be observed with regard to the presidential directives on gathering of persons, among others, as defaulters will be arrested and prosecuted.
“Again, for the umpteenth time, I want to re-echo our earlier stand on the use of fireworks, crackers and knockouts, which by their very nature, are explosives, capable of causing harm, panic and tension in the state.
He averred that as part of security arrangements put in place in the state, the command has deployed personnel to strategic locations in the state, in line with visibility policing strategy, adding that all critical government infrastructure, vulnerable and key points would be given special attention, including worship and fun centres during the Yuletide celebrations.
Mukan assured the good people of the state that the police were in the state to protect their lives and property, adding that “nothing more, nothing less.
“And I will do everything in my power to guarantee that their fundamental rights are protected, minimize police misuse of firearms and stop extra-judicial killings.
“The respect for human rights is sacrosanct and must be obeyed by our men.
“On behalf of the officers and men of the command, I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year, as we make effective and effectual projections for 2021”, he stated.

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*A Pastor Who Stole #500,000.00 Naira Bank Cheque.*

A Couple 👫 invited the Pastor of their Church ⛪ for Dinner 🍲 🍻 in their Home 🏡.

After the Pastor left, the Man 👨 said to his Wife 👩; “I think the Pastor has stolen the #500,000.00 naira open bank cheque that I kept on the table of which I had the intention to give him”.

Angrily his Wife 👩 exclaimed; “If they are not Pedophile, they are Thieves. There is no need to invite him again. We shall from henceforth be attending another Church ⛪”.

Two months later, the Woman 👩 met the Pastor in a certain street and was courageous enough to face him and said: “Good morning Pastor, you have surely realised that we no longer attend Church ⛪. This is because we’re very angry with you. The day You ate in our House 🏡 , there was a #500,000.00 naira open bank cheque on the table. It disappeared while we were eating. You were the only Person who visited our House 🏡 at that time”.

The Pastor said to her, “Yes, I took the cheque. I put it in the Bible 📙 to avoid spilling the sauce on it”.

The Woman 👩 got so confused and asked the Pastor to forgive her.

Back in her House 🏡, She took up the Bible 📙 and found the bank cheque which had been there for two months.

*Please Note 🗒*
: For Two ✌ Months, She had not opened her Bible 📖 to reflect on the Word of God,

For ✌ Months she and her Husband falsely accused the Pastor.

For Two Months, the incident had tortured them.

If you are Reading 📖 this Story now, and You are not at Peace with Yourself, for any reason whatsoever, *ask yourself whether it’s because you have not opened 📖 Your Bible 📙 for a long time.*

Do you even have one?

Secondly, *do not accuse anybody falsely.*

*God Bless You.*
*Shalom*

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*Peter Crouch:* “Liverpool have won everything over the past two years, and I would expect them to retain the Premier League, too, given the form they have hit. But don’t kid yourself that a competition isn’t going on between Salah and Mane.

“Every forward player is selfish, and these two will want to score as many goals as they possibly can — Salah, in particular, looks obsessed with his numbers right now.

*Crouch:* Salah came here as a winger, but he has developed into one of Europe’s most prolific forwards; a goal machine. He was in the right place for his first at Crystal Palace and his second, to complete the 7-0 rout was absolutely beautiful

*Crouch:* “Mane’s face, having been substituted, was a picture. He was furious and rightly so because when you smell blood as a striker, the last thing you want is to be taken off.

“Is he and Salah the best of friends? I doubt it. But it doesn’t matter. I had strike partners who I knew never liked me. It never prevented me (from) getting on with my job.

When Jurgen Klopp gave Liverpool’s fans an early Christmas present 12 months ago, extending his contract until June 2024, he said something about how the nature of his job would begin to change.

“We will see what we can achieve together in that time, but there will probably be a moment where we have to change things,” he said. “We are ready to win whatever we can, but (also) to make sure — because there is always a time after me, after another manager — that the club is in the best possible position to carry on in the best possible way.”

Better that, he said, than “another manager coming and having to do this kind of not-really-thankful job and, like, rebuild or whatever”. It might look like the most enviable of jobs right now, in charge of a group of players he has described as “mentality monsters”. But rebuilding that squad over the coming years, deciding when and how to replace players who have been so integral to Liverpool’s resurgence, is indeed a tall order — particularly when you consider how hard Klopp and his players found it to say goodbye to Dejan Lovren and Adam Lallana, who were peripheral, albeit highly popular, squad members over their final two seasons at Anfield.

The difficulty of the rebuilding question has crystallised with the case of Georginio Wijnaldum. The midfielder is about to enter the final six months of his contract, which means that, unless a new deal is agreed before January 1, he is only nine days from being able to sign a pre-contract agreement to join Barcelona, Inter Milan or another overseas club on a free transfer at the end of the season.

Wijnaldum, not unreasonably, is looking for a salary in keeping with his status as one of the Premier League’s most influential midfielders, a considerable improvement on the deal he signed upon joining Liverpool from relegated Newcastle United in the summer of 2016. He wants a contract that brings long-term security — again, not unreasonably, given that this will probably be the last deal he signs before his earning power starts to recede.

Klopp and Liverpool want to keep him, but there is unease — again, understandable — at the idea of offering a long-term contract, on increased terms, to a player who has just turned 30 and is unlikely to be quite such an integral part of their team in three or four years’ time. And for the first time in a long, long time, a Liverpool manager can tell his star players that, if they want to compete for the game’s biggest prizes, they are better off staying on Merseyside than moving to Barcelona or Milan (and if they really want to know whether the grass is greener elsewhere, they could ask Philippe Coutinho or Emre Can).

So many decisions like this lie ahead for Liverpool. It is far from an old team, but one consequence of getting their recruitment so right, investing in a core of players who have improved together under Klopp, coming to a collective peak together without the need for significant reinforcement over the past two seasons, is that this same core of key players are now in their late twenties or moving just beyond. While James Milner (34) is very much the old man of the squad, Wijnaldum and Jordan Henderson are 30, Virgil van Dijk, Joel Matip, Roberto Firmino and Xherdan Shaqiri are 29, and Alisson, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane are 28.

Handing out big, long-term contracts left, right and centre isn’t going to be an option, particularly given the severe impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the club’s revenues. Neither, generally, is it advisable. And so Wijnaldum is, in some ways, a test case for Liverpool, one that will be watched with interest by several of his team-mates and their agents.

So many times we see big clubs misjudge these situations. In February 2018, Arsenal, amid great fanfare, handed a 29-year-old Mesut Ozil a £350,000-a-week, three-and-a-half-year deal to stop him leaving on a free transfer a few months later. They have been counting the cost almost ever since.

Ozil rarely played better for Arsenal than in the winter of 2017-18, scoring four goals and registering eight assists in 13 Premier League appearances before signing his contract. In just under three years since then, he has made just 48 Premier League appearances, scoring six goals and registering five assists. They tried and failed to offload him in each of the past four transfer windows. This season Mikel Arteta did not even register him in Arsenal’s Premier League or Europa League squad.

In September, again from a position of weakness, Arsenal re-signed a 31-year-old Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang on a three-year contract worth an initial £250,000 a week. Again what seemed like a huge statement of intent from the club has been followed by a loss of form from a player who is no longer negotiating the most significant contract of his career.

Arsenal signed Willian, 32, this summer after offering him the kind of three-year deal that Chelsea had sensibly ruled out. That one isn’t going well either. (Remember when Arsenal, in the late 2000s, used to be criticised for offering only one-year extensions to players once they reached a certain age? In the post-Wenger era, they have gone to the other extreme.)

There are always other factors, of course — in Aubameyang’s case, Arsenal just aren’t creating chances like they were towards the end of last season — but the post-contract comfort zone is a well-known phenomenon in football. With older players, it is a risk that needs to be weighed up with extreme care, albeit not as dogmatically as Arsenal did in the late 2000s. There is a balance to be found, each case on its own merits and all that.

Ozil is an extreme case, though, and Wijnaldum seems to be on the opposite end of the spectrum as a physically durable player who barely misses a game and often appears immune to the usual fluctuations of fitness, form and motivation.

In that understated way of his, Wijnaldum is performing so well right now. You will not see it in the goals or assists columns — or even in the more nuanced category of goal-creating actions per 90 minutes, where so far this season he ranks alongside goalkeepers Emiliano Martinez and Karl Darlow — but the recent wins over Wolverhampton Wanderers, Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace featured superb performances from the midfielder. They showcased his consistency, his intelligence and his ability to receive and recycle the ball in the tight areas in which opponents try to force Liverpool to operate.

In a team that has lost Van Dijk to injury, causing Fabinho to drop back into defence, Wijnaldum has played a hugely important part in helping them retain that all-important drive and intensity in midfield and helping the wonderfully talented Curtis Jones, 19, make such impressive progress alongside him. Jones’s emergence could be said to have strengthened the case against a new contract for his team-mate, but the teenager does not underestimate how much Henderson, Milner and Wijnaldum have done to help him on and off the pitch.

Wijnaldum has without question been one of Liverpool’s key players this season. Not because he’s “playing out for a new contract” but simply because that’s the way he plays, a top-class player at the peak of his powers in a top-class team. The challenge for Klopp and for Michael Edwards, the sporting director, is to try to work out how long that peak will last and to establish whether common ground can be found with the player’s (and his agent’s) expectations.

That is a calculation they found themselves making in relation to Thiago Alcantara last summer. The Spain midfielder, 29, arrived from Bayern Munich in September on a four-year contract which made him one of Liverpool’s best-paid players. So far, with a positive COVID-19 test followed by a wild challenge from Richarlison in the Merseyside derby, he has played just 135 minutes for Klopp’s team. (The impression he made during those 135 minutes can be gleaned from the excitement with which Liverpool supporters have greeted his return to full training.)

Bayern were faced with a dilemma over Thiago last summer when he entered the final year of his contract. They made the tough decision to sell him while they still could. By contrast, Liverpool, amid interest from Barcelona in Wijnaldum, avoided the temptation to cash in, a calculation based on his continuing importance to the team even if it involved the risk of losing him on a free transfer next summer.

At this point in time, it seems pretty reasonable to suggest that keeping Wijnaldum was the right decision even if they end up losing him on a free transfer (in which case the mistake, arguably, was allowing that contract to run down so far in the first place). Whether they made the right decision to pay £27 million for Thiago, even with just £5 million up front, when he would have been available on a free transfer at the end of this season, can only be judged over the course of time.

What is certain, though, is that Liverpool will face a series of dilemmas like this over the next couple of years. Van Dijk, Fabinho, Henderson, Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Firmino and Mane are all under contract until June 2023. That is enough time to give the club some breathing space, but it will mean there are some tough decisions ahead. To have Salah, Firmino and Mane all roughly the same age, at the same stage of their contracts, is not ideal. Keeping hold of them all until they are in their early thirties, with fast-declining resale value, would seem unlikely given how proactively they have played the transfer market under Fenway Sports Group’s ownership.

Manchester City have had this with several of their key players over the past decade. Yaya Toure, such a giant of their team under Roberto Mancini and Manuel Pellegrini, ended up staying longer than he would have wished before departing on a free transfer at the age of 35. Vincent Kompany left for Anderlecht a year later at the age of 33, David Silva another year later at 34 and Sergio Aguero might do so next summer at 33. It is hard to appreciate the added value that Kompany and Silva in particular have brought to the dressing room even as their game time reduced, but keeping key players into their thirties has not necessarily helped the transition from one great team to another, as conventional thinking suggests it should.

Those situations remain a long way off for Liverpool, but in the meantime they certainly won’t want many players entering the final year of their contracts as Wijnaldum has. Whether that ultimately means losing him on a free transfer or offering a bigger, longer contract than they would otherwise have wished, it is the type of situation that clubs wish to avoid wherever possible.

The one certainty with Wijnaldum, as Klopp has said, is that his application and his consistency will not waver even if his contract runs down to the final weeks. It is one of the qualities which has made him such an integral part of their success story under Klopp — and which might just suggest he is worth making an exception for.

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🚨 The proposed Europan Super League will replace UEFA Champions League. An exclusive competition with only the top clubs in the world.

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“WAR WILL SOON BREAK OUT IN NIGERIA. MARK MY WORDS”
–Olusegun Obasanjo (GCFR) former President of Nigeria.

Another civil war in Nigeria has become imminent and inevitable. The reason for its inevitability is simply because Muhammadu Buhari, the Northern Nigeria Fulani oligarchs and the wider network of Fulani in Sub-Saharan Africa have concluded plans to adopt Nigeria as the homeland for all Fulani in Africa.

Fulani have realised that the wandering and rootless lifestyle of cattle herding is no longer tenable in the twenty-first century. Fulani need to have land to call home and rear cattle and that land should be Nigeria. The indigenous peoples of Nigeria have clearly, vehemently and stridently opposed this diabolic plan and both sides are mobilising for war.

The Fulani won’t relent and the indigenous people will not give up their land.

The same Fulani Project, having failed so shamelessly and woefully in the Central African Republic, will not be allowed to fail this time as the Nigerian Fulani project is better funded with the massive [stealing] of the sovereign wealth of Nigeria through nationwide kidnapping for ransom by lower class Fulani and the seizure of the reigns of Government and wealth by the elite Fulani.

Kidnapping and the seizure of the institutions of Government are all for the purpose of implanting Fulani into the mainstream and control of politics and the economy of Nigeria for the objective of funding the Fulani Project in Nigeria.

The Central African Republic (CAR) has gone through exact same experience that Nigeria is going through right now in the hands of the Fulani. The country has been run down by the killings and destitution wrought by rival gangs in the fight to destroy the chokehold the Fulani had on the politics and economy of their country. Although the Fulani hegemony over the CAR has been defeated, the street gangs that defeated the armed forces have turned on one another and themselves, unable to rise above petty gang warfare to rebuild their nation.

The Fulani have become a blight on Africa and it’s biggest country Nigeria. Unable to break out of its centuries old cow herding and wandering culture, it continues to pull down every nation wherever it has any populations. Some countries in West Africa, Ghana and their ancestral home Guinea, have mastered the brutal tactics of dealing with Fulani and the Fulani have learnt the bitter lesson by staying away from these countries.

In the CAR, the Fulani following the pattern of their ethnocentric politics, had seized control of the commanding heights of the country’s military and financial institutions, the foreign exchange trade, the mining and export of gold and above all the governing structures of Government. Mitchel Djotodia, a hare brained military officer and his Fulani faction seized power in a brazen coup by a demographic minority. All the non-Fulani military officers were flushed out of the forces, all the mineral deposits in the country were seized by Fulani merchants, non-Fulani traders were barred from trading in foreign exchange and the entire top echelon of the Civil Service were occupied by Fulani by as much as 83%.

France, the former colonial masters of CAR watched them do all these over the years and did not raise a protest. As in Nigeria, the Fulani were just 3% of the population of CAR, tucked in the desert recesses of the nation’s Northwest. No world or regional power raised a whimper even though the ethnic groups of the rich southern forest regions roiled.

In CAR the Fulani went even beyond the provocative as they are doing now in Nigeria.

They started seizing ethnic lands, raiding churches and killing worshippers, the most brazen being the attack on Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church in a town near Bangui the capital, where dozens of Catholic faithful were massacred during mass. The Fulani used their cattle bases allotted by Government to launch attacks and gun fights on the surrounding communities for robberies and ransom paying kidnaps as is happening now in Nigeria.
Again, as is happening in Nigeria today, the purpose of all the action of the Fulani was simple; to transfer all wealth available in the CAR by all and every means and place it in the hands and control of the Fulani.

FULANI REPEATING IN NIGERIA WHAT THEY DID IN C.A.R.

The same play book used in Central African Republic is guiding the actions and policies of the Buhari Government in Nigeria.
1). The Fulani elite are raiding the Central Bank, buying dollars and other currencies at heavily discounted rates.
2). Other Fulani are raiding the NNPC, ploughing through the vaults and trading Nigerian crude for personal gain.
3). The educated wing are mowing down governing structures, taking forceful charge and control of all commanding heights of Government and the armed forces.
4). The uneducated Fulani herdsmen are engaged in kidnapping for ransom and now primed to take over ethnic lands, spreading themselves across the nation in settlements acquired with public funds to terrorise indigenous populations.

HOW THE YOUTH OF C.A.R. DESTROYED THE FULANI PROJECT:

It will be of great use to retell the story of Central African Republic so as to have the understanding of how the youth of the country removed the yoke of unremitting oppression by the Fulani. The youth formed street gangs and committed to take on the army with all their vaunted training and intimidating and deadly weaponry. The youth had locally fabricated flint guns and machetes, while the army was menacing with their machine guns, grenade throwers and rocket launchers.

When the fight started on that fateful day in 2013 in Bangui, everyone expected a complete annihilation of youth on the streets but the youth took the fight straight to the Guard Brigade near the Presidential Palace.
By evening of the same day, soldiers bodies were seen littering the streets while some were cut to pieces. By night fall, the streets of Bangui had become the play ground and the killing field of the youth of Bangui. In 3 days of street fighting, the entire Presidential Guards of the army of the CAR was decimated, in disarray running to their ethnic base in the far north and President Djotodia, the Fulani tyrant had abdicated and run away from the Presidential Palace and Capital, Bangui.

Tyrants survive for only as long as the people live in fear and choose to tolerate them. The Buhari Government is counting on deploying the Nigerian armed forces against the many ethnicities where the RUGA will be sited, beginning with the minority groups.

Buhari’s plan is to deploy Nigerian troops to subdue Nigerian people for the benefit of Fulani. Central African Republic provides a veritable lesson on how to deal with the unrelenting Fulani menace. The Niger Delta and Boko Haram if anything, have shown that the Nigeria army is not invincible in a fight with local forces. If anything, the Nigeria Army will likely disintegrate if made to fight in many fronts at once.

It is a known truth that the Fulani will not relent in their quest for the conquest of Nigeria until they have seized all sources of income and made everyone else subservient to their rule and hegemony.
The Fulani in Nigeria, in nearly a century of political and economic ascendancy have acquired so much power and money that it will defeat the purpose of such acquisition if they don’t deploy it for the very purpose for the grasp for power, which is the conquest of Nigeria for the overlordship of the Fulani.

The final stage of the grand plan to subdue Nigeria for Fulani overlordship are afoot and Buhari and his people cannot back out now. So a war has to be fought to resolve matters.
Our people say that you don’t strip a woman naked just to start looking. Nigeria has been stripped naked and with the RUGA monstrosity on the works, the next thing is to start the deployment of troops to protect RUGA in their various locations of development.

It was bound to happen that the Fulani who have been taking so much out of Nigeria and have succeeded in binding Nigeria hand and foot politically and economically, will take the wrong step into the abyss one day. The logical culmination of all the rapaciousness would be the last ditch attempt at the ultimate land grab, to seize the lands belonging to indigenous communities and hand it over to Fulani.
Internecine war in different RUGA locations and different fronts is therefore inevitable. Communities will rage to keep their land or lose it to their eternal shame and regret. Communities, particularly in Igboland will rather choose to be annihilated than lose their land to a hostile and predatory People.

Fulani have no land in Nigeria because they are not indigenous to Nigeria. They are migrants into Nigeria.

The decision by the Fulani to seize land by force in Nigeria can only lead to war in the many places where this seizure will happen. The people must resist as of necessity. They have done so in the Central Africa Republic and reduced the country to rubble and they will do it again in Nigeria.

Buhari will be compelled to deploy police and soldiers to defend the settlements and war will be declared everywhere there is a RUGA settlement in Nigeria. Fulani have no land to hold dear and protect in Nigeria. In fact, Fulani have no stake or investment in the project called Nigeria and will not care if Nigeria burns, in fact Fulani will be very willing to let Nigeria burn if the people are not willing to submit to their overlordship.

So they are minded to adopt a scorched earth policy to obliterate Nigeria. They have nothing to lose. They did it in CAR and they will do same in Nigeria. It will be the responsibility of the indigenous people of Nigeria to find common grounds to protect the land of their ancestral inheritance and prevent the Fulani from putting a knife on their unity and their need to bind themselves together in one nation, but they cannot do this without first containing the Fulani. Fulani will try to divide them.

Buhari and the Fulani oligarchs are counting strongly on deploying the armed forces to quell insurrections that will arise from this massive land grab, but that will be the Achilles heel of their grand plan. Once soldiers are armed to put down these insurrections, they will turn against their commanders to defend their communities. Nigerians should therefore await the great unravelling of their armed forces.

Do the Fulani have the firepower, the men and the capacity to fight? In the entire history of the Nigerian armed forces, the Hausa/Fulani officers and enlisted men have always been promoted far beyond their qualifications and competencies. The capacity to fight and man the different departments of modern warfare will be put to overwhelming test in any ensuing encounter.
The Fulani never fight an enemy in a frontal war. They attack isolated and undefended villages. In any direct confrontation, they run away. It was evident even in the battle of Bangui. Well armed Fulani soldiers could not take on street gangs with flint guns and machetes. It has also shown in the war against Boko Haram. The poor performance of commanders of their ethnic stock is a bad joke among soldiers in the front.
Hausa/Fulani soldier had to be sorted out and protected from slaughter by Boko Haram forces. This is not to talk of unending betrayals of their Christian colleagues and commanders in the battlefront.

Buhari, a Fulani irredentist, will use to his advantage and for the benifits of his agenda to divide, the ethnic and religious cleavages among the people of Nigeria. But the people aught to know that the Fulani are friends to no one and that a Fulani friend today can become an adversary tomorrow. You are only friend to Fulani for as long as you continue to serve a purpose in their overall plan.

Let the talk cease and the battle begin.

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TRUMP’S MARTIAL LAW, THE FULL GIST

Donald Trump Floats Declaring Martial Law To Overturn Election Results, Reports Say.

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Dec 19, 2020

President Donald Trump has not yet given up on contesting the results of the 2020 presidential election.

According to a Saturday report from Axios, administration officials are “increasingly alarmed” that the commander-in-chief might do all in his power to prevent the Biden fraud from having its way.

Former national security adviser, Michael Flynn is allegedly among the individuals who have influenced Trump. Flynn has argued that the president should declare martial law and overturn the results of the presidential race. Trump was reportedly expressed interest in this idea.

One administration official told Axios that many have become “anxious” in recent weeks, especially after seeing Trump endorse calls to jail Republican politicians who refused to participate in uncovering the electoral fraud.

The New York Times, controversial lawyer Sidney Powell, who has filed a number of evidence-free lawsuits on behalf of the Trump campaign, was in the Oval Office on Friday evening. Trump reportedly expressed interest in appointing her as special counsel for voter fraud.

“Mr. Trump has been in contact with Ms. Powell in recent days, despite the fact that the campaign last month sought to distance itself from her as she aired wild and claims about Dominion Voting Systems machines.

Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani voiced opposition to appointing Powell as special counsel, per individuals briefed on the matter. However, he has been putting pressure on the Department of Homeland security to seize the voting machines that were used in 2020 election.

As New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman noted via Twitter, Flynn also attended Friday evening’s meeting. During the meeting, Trump “asked about Flynn’s suggestion of deploying the military” but individuals close to the commander-in-chief dismissed the idea.

In an interview with Newsmax earlier that week, Flynn agued that declaring martial law would not be unprecedented. He said that Trump could deploy the U.S. military to key swing states and order a “rerun” of the 2020 presidential race.

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EMINENT Nigerians, including former Chief of Staff, Commodore Ebitu Ukiwe (retd); former Governor of Plateau State, Jonah Jang; Second Republic Senator, Professor Banji Akintoye; President-General of Ohaneze Ndigbo, Chief Nnia Nwodo; former Vice-Chairman of Arik Air, Senator Anietie Okon; Commodore Idongegist Nkanga, (retd); of PANDEF, the leader of Middle Belt Forum, Dr. Bitrus Pogu; former Minister, Prof. Yusuf Turaki and 121 others, yesterday, alleged that the 1999 constitution was skewed in favour of the North.

They also petitioned the United Nations Security Council, African Union, European Union, United States and the British Government on the need to urgently convoke a Sovereign National Conference to discuss the constitutionality of the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria and the 1914 Amalgamation of the Southern and Northern Nigeria within 90 days to save the people from oppression, stagnation and squalor.

The leaders said this after a meeting in Lagos.

The leaders, numbering 127, who spoke under the aegis of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination, described the 1999 constitution as a fraud; an impunity, hijack and a confiscation of the sovereignties, powers and assets of the South and Middle Belt People of the country by those who clandestinely designed it.

The statement reads: “We gather here this day as Accredited Delegates of the Constituent Component Nationalities of Nigeria, under the aegis of Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination, being a Joint-Cooperation Framework for the Self-Determination Initiatives of the Southern and Middle-Belt of Nigeria on behalf of our Various Peoples and Interests, to Pronounce an end to our toleration of Nigeria’s Unitary Constitutional Order, Unilaterally Imposed and Forcefully Maintained by a Section of the Nigerian country, in negation of the federal basis upon which Nigeria became one political union at independence in 1960, and in brutal subjugation of our collective sovereignties currently being forcefully and fraudulently appropriated by the Nigerian State.

“We gather here today before the global community, to formally proclaim a sovereignty dispute in rejection of the further operation of the imposed, unity constitutional arrangements of Nigeria and in assertion of our inalienable right to self-determination.

“The History of the Colonial beginnings of Nigeria as a Commercial Venture of some Colonial Masters is too well-known to admit of any further repetitions here but suffice it to recall:

“That the manipulations that went into the Flawed Foundations laid in the 1914 Amalgamation of the Protectorates of Southern Nigeria with the Protectorate of Northern Nigeria, created a lopsided Union, locking the Diverse Peoples of Nigeria into one Political Union with two mortally opposed civilizations.

“That as Independence approached in 1960, the Diversities of the Various Peoples of the Nigerian Union Dictated the Adoption of the Federal Constitutional Model by the then three largely Autonomous Regions, (namely Eastern, Western and Northern Regions of Nigeria) as the Basis of entering Into Independence as one Political Union in 1960.

“That amidst the early strains of Post-Independence Nigeria arising mainly from the aforementioned Foundational and Pre-Independence manipulations by the Colonial Rulers of the Nigerian Union, the Military coups of 1966 Truncated the Federal Constitutional Basis of Nigeria and plunged the fledgling Union into a catastrophic 30-Month War with it’s Breakaway Eastern Region between 1967 and 1970, triggered by disputations around the terms of the Nigerian Union and leaving in its trail, human carnage in excess of 3million people and a fractured Union now resting on an Unworkable Unitary Constitutional Order Imposed in 1979, by the Fiat of the illicit “Federal Government” which emerged since the 1966 Collapse of the Federation of Nigeria, Forcefully Hijacking and Confiscating the Sovereignties of the Constituent Component Regions of Nigeria that Federated their Sovereignties in 1960.

“That the Prevailing 1999 Constitution of Nigeria which was a wholesale adoption of the 1979 edition via Decree No.24 of 1999, revalidated and reinforced the aforementioned Hijack and confiscation of the Sovereignties, Powers and Assets of the Four Erstwhile Federating Regions by the aforementioned Illicit Federal Government of Nigeria which by Decrees, fractured the Four Regions into 36 States, that are completely emasculated by a 68-Item Federal Exclusive Legislative List that Comprehensively strip the Federating States of All Key Economic Assets and Governmental Powers, thereby creating a totally dysfunctional, corruption-prone, over-centralized system that has failed in every respect, manifesting in Gross Insecurity, Decayed Infrastructure and Mass Impoverishment such that Nigeria, with its Vast Human and Material Resource Endowments, has now emerged as the poverty capital of the world as well as the Global Leading Example of a failed state.

“There is a countrywide consensus against the Unitary Constitutional Arrangements Imposed incrementally on Nigeria by a combination of Guile, Brute Force and Impunity between 1966 and 1999 now codified by the 1999 Constitution. This countrywide consensus had manifested in Several Unilateral Regional and Joint Multi-Regional Actions in Repudiation and Rejection of the Unitary 1999 Constitution of Nigeria:

“The first indication was when in year 2000, the 12 contiguous states of the far North, Simultaneously Imposed and began to implement Sharia in their 3 Domains against the express provision of the 1999 Constitution which in Section 10, forbids the adoption of any state religion. This translates to a unilateral secession from the Secular Union of Nigeria.

“Between 2005 and 2006, a Sovereign Conference of the Ethnic Nationalities of Nigeria, Convened by the Pro-National Conference Organizations (PRONACO), Deliberated exhaustively and produced A Draft Peoples’ Constitution 2006, which had the potential of restoring Nigeria to it’s damaged Federal Foundations. Though Ignored by successive federal governments in Nigeria, that draft became the New Federating consensus against the Prevailing Unitary Constitutional Order in Nigeria.

“It is pertinent to note that across all the Regions of Nigeria, various Socio-Cultural and Ethnic-Interests Vanguard Organizations have also been vehement in expressing the Constitutional Grievances of their own People, (some even violently), thus on the Yoruba side, we have the Afenifere, the Yoruba Elders Council (YCE), Agbekoya, the Yoruba Liberation Command, (YOLICOM), YWC and many more including the ILANA OMO OODUA which now aggregates Several Yoruba Self-Determination Initiatives across the World.

“In the Eastern part of Southern Nigeria, we have Ohanaeze, Movement for the Survival of the Ijaw Ethnic Nationality in the Niger Delta (MOSIEND); Ijaw National Congress, (INC); Ijaw Youth Council (IYC); PANDEF, Midwest Movement, the Niger Delta Peoples Volunteer Force, (NDPVF), MEND, MASSOB, IPOB, others. In the Middle-Belt, we have the Middle-Belt Forum, (MBF), MBC, SOKAPU, CONAECDA and many others.

“Several notable Statesmen in Nigeria including Generals Olusegun Obasanjo and Yakubu Gowon, both (former Heads of State) have lent their voices to the urgent imperative of the Fundamental Reworking of the Damaged Constitutional Basis of Nigeria, warning that any further delay may lead to the catastrophic collapse of the Distressed Nigerian Union.

“Nigeria’s Former Defence Minister, Lt. Gen. Theophilus Danjuma, (retd) had also urged the Indigenous Peoples of Nigeria facing the Ethnic Cleansing Onslaught of the Murderous invaders to defend themselves and their lands in the face of obvious collusion of the Federal Government of Nigeria and its Armed Forces with the Fulani invaders. In the aftermath of the October 2020 #EndSARS Protests many, including the Nigerian Christian Elders Forum (NCEF) now insist that Nigeria needs to be renegotiated.

“On specific constitutional grievances touching on the sovereignties of the constituent components of the federation of Nigeria, the leaders opined that:

“The claim in the Preamble to the 1999 Constitution that ‘We the People’ Firmly and Solemnly Resolved to live in One Political Union and that we Enacted and Gave Ourselves the 1999 Constitution, is self-evidently false as the Decree No 24 of 1999 by which the so-called 1999 Constitution was Promulgated, outlined step-by-step, the Process by which the author of the 1999 Constitution, the Armed Forces Provisional Ruling Council, came about the Document it labeled “the 1999 Constitution. This is a criminal usurpation of the sovereignties of the constituent components whose Exclusive Right it is to make for themselves the Constitution by which they will federate and be governed, as an incident of their sovereignty.

Even by the admission of the 1999 Constitution at Section 14(2)(a), “Sovereignty Belongs to the People, from whom, Government, through this Constitution Derive all its Powers and Authority.

“This is the fountain from which all other constitutional grievances flow and there is no other remedy to this particular grievance than an autochthonous process by which the constituent components will submit their peoples and their lands into a union, and also stipulate the terms of that union, to be ratified by referendums and plebiscites.”

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*One FOOLISH HUSBAND slapped his wife and his friend heard about it. The friend came to his house and almost beat him for beating his wife. The friend was shouting at top of his voice, “are you crazy? Why are you beating your wife like a primitive man? You don’t know what to do when your wife offends you? I am totally disappointed in you”*

All this while, the wife was happy enjoying the scene. Then the husband asked his friend, *what do you want me to do to this woman and her troubles?*

His friend responded, *”MARRY ANOTHER WIFE”*. That was when the wife responded for the first time and shouted: *”honey don’t listen to him. Anytime I do anything wrong just beat me, don’t mind your wicked friend”*
😁😁😁😁 😜🤣🤣🤣
*Case Closed*
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*ANGER: AN UNFORTUNATE TRUE LIFE STORY:*

In the hot afternoon of 25th July, 2005 Lt. Felix Olanrewaju Odunlami, a commissioned officer of Nigerian Navy was said to be driving his fancy car from Lagos State Secretariat at Alausa in Ikeja to Apapa.

At the Allen Avenue Roundabout, the insignificant incidence that later made the news headline struck.. One Mr. Peter Edeh a motorcyclist *(Okada man)* hit the aforementioned Military officer’s car from rear with his motorcycle.

Upon realising that the owner of the car was military personnel, Edeh was said to have gone on his knee to appraise the offended Lt. Odunlami (Oga at the top) for forgiveness.

However, Odunlami who was deeply infuriated, ignored Edeh’s plea, reached for his pistol from its holster and shot the deceased in his mouth thereby resulting to his instant death. The tragedy struck!

Enraged by the *hard-hearted* action of the Naval Officer, passers-by were said to have pounced on him immediately and burnt his car. It took the quick intervention of the police to rescue him from the mob which insisted that he ought to die too. *Trust Nigerian masses for mob action and jungle justice. It is most unfortunate!*

*THE TRIAL:*

On 27th January 2006, the said Lieutenant Odunlami, with Force Number: NN 2121 was arraigned before a General Court Martial on a 3 Count Charge, for the offences of manslaughter, loss of service item *(for not being able to convincingly account for 4 rounds of 9mm live ammunition)* and Conduct to the prejudice of service discipline contrary to *Sections 68(1)(a), 103(i) AFA 105 and 106 of the Armed Forces Act Cap A 20 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria.*

He was subsequently found guilty and convicted on counts 1 & 2; subsequently he was sentenced to life imprisonment for manslaughter and dismissed him from service on count 2.

“The confirming authority” indeed confirmed the sentence of life imprisonment and dismissal from service of the Nigerian Navy. It further stripped the appellant of his rank and directed that he was not entitled to any financial entitlements.

Being dissatisfied with the above verdict, the convicted Naval Officer appealed to the Court of Appeal of Nigeria, Lagos Division. In its judgment delivered of 31st January 2011, the Appellate court upheld the decision of the trail Court Martial and dismissed Odunlami’s appeal, a decision that led him to approach the apex court.

Meanwhile, upholding the decisions of the two lower courts, the Supreme Court of Nigeria on 7th June 2013, held in the lead judgment by His Lordship, Hon. Justice Bode Rhodes-Vivour that the appellant’s defence of provocation could not avail him in view of the glaring facts of the case.

The Supreme Court further affirmed the dismissal of the Convict/Appellant from the Nigerian Navy as earlier decided by the General Court Martial and the Lagos Division of the Court of Appeal.

The court equally held that the trial court could not exercise its discretion to give a lower sentence because under *Section 105 of the Armed Forces Act, (under which he was charged) “the trial judge has no discretion, but to sentence the appellant to life imprisonment.*

*MORALS:*

1. *Act less and/or keep mute when you’re angry, for an angry man is a mad man.*

2. *Value human life; under no circumstance can you take a (human) life that you can’t create.*

3. *Don’t be power drunk, remember all powers belong to God (the All-Knowing).*

4. *The car model and type being protected then sure is a taxi now or off the road completely. This is to say, nothing reigns or lasts too long or forever. The same fine officer if offered same car today (assuming the event didn’t happen) surely would be ungrateful for it even as a gift. How times change values. He would have become a Lt. Col.equivalent (Navy Captain) by normal promotion. He has also lost his freedom as a human being after such rigorous and risky military training.*

5. *Let’s focus on training our children who have shown tendencies of quickness to anger. Anger is not of God.*

Thank you😊

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Do you notice that a *RABBIT runs, jumps, moves* *faster* and *lives* for only *15 years* , while *TORTOISE* doesn’t even attempt any of such activities, but lives for *150 years* or more.

*Life* is not about *rushing* , *comparison* and doing what others are *doing* .

*Life* is about keeping calm and doing what is right and what you are called to do.

*Rabbit* and *tortoise* may live in the same *forest* and play together, they have different life *expectancies* .
Remember that you have:

*Age Mates*
*Class Mates*
*School Mates*
*Office Mates*
*but you don’t have*
GRACE MATES

*Be who you are called to be and don’t try to be somebody else.*

Love who you are and thank God, for your special journey, which may not look like others!

This is the simplest way to succeed in life:

*NEVER STOP TRYING*…
*NEVER STOP BELIEVING*…
*NEVER GIVE UP*…
*PATIENCE IS A GREAT VIRTUE*…
*YOUR DAY WILL COME…*

*_Just stay connected with your Maker in Prayer and His Word always_*
God bless your week!

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My Sister’s Husband
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No! not at all because I know that children will come at the right time, like I told you before that my job have changed, we are now working on weekends, we don’t have off days again please try to understand me. “bright said
All of a sudden your job is now working weekends, they did not work on weekends for the past four years that we got married is now they remembered to work on weekends, let it be the truth you are telling me .”Cynthia exclaimed because she wasn’t satisfied with his answer
Honey believe me that is the truth, you know I can never cheat on you. “bright said and after that they both went to their room. As time go on bright started living with Nancy, he no longer go home to be with his wife anymore, even if he want to go home to see his wife it will be once in two weeks or a month and this bothered Cynthia alot.
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One afternoon, Janet went to visit Nancy, on getting there she saw bright and Nancy in a happy mood.
Hmm….. this one two of you are happy like this, am I missing something? Janet asked smiling immediately she entered the house
not really, anyway let me excuse you ladies. “bright said and then went inside the room, while Nancy and Janet sat tight into a discussion
“hmm…. big lady, you are really enjoying with your lover, look at how the both of you are happy, two love birds. “Janet playfully said and Nancy laughed
you don’t want us to be happy again, we love ourselves that is why we are happy. “Nancy said smiling
Am really happy for you my friend, the both of you fit as a couples, honestly speaking you are really lucky to have somebody like bright who love and cherish you, but wait ooo let me ask, I thought bright normally come on Fridays to stay with you and Mondays he goes back to his wife, and today is Wednesday does it mean he now come Wednesday as well? abeg gist me wetin dey happen .”Janet said
Ah…. my dear, there is a lot of gist, where will I start from telling you…….
Start from anywhere am all ears. “Janet said waiting patiently for Nancy to gist her the latest
well! the truth of the matter is that my bright is now living with me and I give him any style he wants…. as she was still talking Janet interrupted her
wait.. wait…. give me five first you too much .”Janet said and then Nancy shakes her, they both laughed and then she continue talking
eh…eh… as I was saying before, am giving him any style he wants, I really love bright so much and he loves me too, very soon he will get marry to me, as am talking to you right now am four weeks pregnant for him. “Nancy happily said
wow!! smart girl, but is he aware of the pregnancy? Janet asked
why not he is aware, that was why you saw us happy when you came, and he even told me that I will deliver my child in abroad .”Nancy said
Am happy for you Nancy, but you have to be careful so that your sister will not find out that you are having an affair with her husband or not to talk of she finding out that you are pregnant for him. “Janet warned
see Janet, am not afraid of my sister anymore, even if she finds out that am pregnant for her husband she have to accept it because am not the one that tell her to be barren and besides she can’t do anything to me, bright is now mine she can go to hell for all I care. “Nancy said
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To be continued……..
Hmmmmm it’s getting serious ooo