God has rejected Obasanjo, Northern crisis’ll wipe out Buhari’s people – CAC prophet

Prophet Segun Adebayo of Christ Apostolic Church, CAC, has said God has rejected ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo.

Prophet Adebayo said God rejected Obasanjo because he failed to use the opportunity he was given to clean up Nigeria’s mess in 1999.

Addressing reporters in Lagos, the cleric said Obasanjo was disobedient to God and “the grace has left him”.

He also predicted a crisis in the North that would wipe out President Muhammadu Buhari’s people.

The prophet said: “The Lord sent the hosts of heaven with many swords. The swords have not gone back. There will be a crisis in the North; the people of Buhari will be no more. Where is the generation of Murtala Mohammed?

“Obasanjo was a beloved of God but he was disobedient. The grace has left him. When he got there in 1999 was when he was given the opportunity.”

The CAC prophet accused the former president of not listening to God’s instructions.

“That was when we gave Obasanjo the grace to rectify what was wrong. And we told him, he did not listen. What they wanted to eat did not let them listen. Solution will not come from him again,” he added.
Source – Daily Post


It’s ridiculous to believe Buhari has died — Obasanjo [VIDEO]

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, has described as ridiculous, rumour that President Muhammadu Buhari had died and was cloned by somebody else from Sudan.

Obasanjo said the rumour became popular through the abuse of the social media, expressing surprises that many Nigerians believed the lies.

The former President explained in a video, how he was approached by a very important person, who asked him about the truth about Buhari’s rumoured death.

According to him, the person told him that the information had gone viral on the social media.

The Balogun Owu wondered how Buhari could have died and be replaced with someone from Sudan without him knowing about it.

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“Somebody came to me, a very high hub person, saying tell me about this talk of Buhari not being Buhari.

“I said ‘do you believe them?’ He said, ‘well, it is in the social media’. I said ‘how will Buhari die and we will not know that Buhari has died and they will bring us somebody from Sudan to be Buhari?’

“It’s ridiculous to the extreme. But you have it in the social media and you see people believing it,” Obasanjo expressed concern.

While accepting the fact that the social media is good, Obasanjo, however, regretted that it is being abused.

He advocated teaching the youths and the children about the dangers inherent in abusing the social media.

“Social media is good, but it can be abused. We have to train our youths and our children about the dangers of the social media,” he submitted.


Source – Daily Post



Catholic church bombed in DR Congo

At least two people were injured on Sunday when a makeshift bomb exploded at a Catholic Church in the north-eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), according to the police.

The explosion occurred at 6:00 a.m. local time (0400 GMT) in Beni city of North Kivu province, the city’s police chief, Narcisse Muteba Kashale, said.

Witnesses said the explosion also destroyed several pews and other objects on the spot.

The experts of the United Nations Organisation Stabilisation Mission in the DRC that rushed to the site after the explosion said it was a homemade bomb targeting Christians coming for the Sunday worship.

The authorities have not identified the perpetrators.

But many in the city believed it was an attack by rebels of the Allied Democratic Forces, a militia group that has been active in the area for decades.
Source – NAN


Akintoye, Nwodo, Turaki, others warn IMF, World Bank as Nigeria loans hit N33trn

Scores of Nigerian statesmen and activists have cautioned the international community against approving additional loans to the federal government.

The members of Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination (NINAS) gave the warning on Sunday.

According to the Debt Management Office (DMO), as of December 2020, Nigeria’s external debt was around N33trillion.

In a statement, Chairman, Steering Committee of NINAS, Folashade Olukoya, expressed dismay about the huge financial obligation.

The body declared that Nigeria is now a nation with questionable sovereignty, stressing that borrowing a “disputed project” loan was an act of negligence.

The citizens were signatories to the Constitutional Force Majure (CFM) declared December 16th 2020 on the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria.

They include ex-Military Vice-President, Commodore Ebitu Ukiwe (rtd); ex-Plateau Governor, Jonah Jang; Second Republic Senator, Banji Akintoye; ex-President-General, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Nnia Nwodo; Prof. Yusuf Turaki and 124 others.

The statement advised the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, African Union, European Union, United Nations, United States, and others to stop lending.
Source – Daily Post



S*xual Assault: I Won’t Back Down On Baba Ijesha Case – Iyabo Ojo Blows Hot

Iyabo Ojo, the popular Nollywood actress has vowed she won’t back down from the child molestation case against her embattled colleague Olanrewaju Omiyinka aka Baba Ijesha until justice is served.

Baba Ijesha, who had been granted bail, is standing trial for alleged sexual assault of a minor at the High Court in Ikeja.

Ojo, while reacting to the position of the Board of Trustees, Theater Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN), which addressed her unprofessional conduct, explained that she has no problem with the association.

“I do not have a problem with TAMPAN. A lot of TAMPAN members are my friends and colleagues. I might not belong to the association but I am a Yoruba actress,” Ojo said.

The Nation reports that the association, during a briefing in Lagos over the weekend, said it would not entertain any form of disrespect by practitioners who try to drag the association in the mud.

Member board of trustee of TAMPAN, Prince Jide Kosoko, said the association is aware of the derogatory statements made by Iyabo Ojo against it and the industry as a whole, noting that it will not take further insults.

But Ojo, in a Instagram live chat monitored by The Nation, carpeted some members of TAMPAN for their double stand as regards the Baba Ijesha case.

She explained some “elders” of the association had commended her for standing with the 14-year-old girl allegedly assaulted by Baba Ijesha but when they go to movie locations, they say bad things about her.
Source – Tori


How I spent a night with cobra – Bishop Oyedepo

Bishop David Oyedepo, the President of the Living Faith Church also known as Winners Chapel, has told his congregants a story of how he spent seven hours in the same room with a cobra.

Oyedepo shared the story to prove how God manifests Himself in the life of someone who has faith in Him, adding that he was not hurt by the dangerous snake.

He said, “…God knows I love him, all the devils know I love God and God proves perpetually and unending that I truly love him. So He manifests himself concerning me at His own time. He does it naturally in all the realms.

“I was in my office and a cobra was found in my wardrobe, the third floor of the building and I worked in that floor seven hours in the previous night and the morning when they were cleaning, there was a cobra and it stood up. It was there all night and I was there.

“Let me tell you this, when you become a lover of God, the enemy will leave you alone, because every attempt on your life will bounce back on him.”

Source – Daily Post



Czech Republic stun 10-man Netherlands in Euros last 16

The Czech Republic pulled off the shock of the European Championship so far by defeating the Netherlands and booking their place in the last eight after defender Matthijs de Ligt was sent off.

Tomas Holes nodded in the opener 13 minutes after De Ligt saw red for handball following a VAR review, denying Patrik Schick a clear goalscoring opportunity.

Holes then turned provider for Schick as the Czechs doubled their lead on 80 minutes.

The Netherlands, down to 10 men for over half an hour, had a huge chance earlier on as Donyell Malen raced through one-on-one with goalkeeper Tomas Vaclik.

But the Czech Republic, ranked 40th in the world, 24 places behind the Dutch, went on to silence those in orange at the Puskas Arena in Budapest, setting up a quarter-final with Denmark on Saturday, 3 July.

Source – BBC