Ohanaeze Sends Strong Appeal To Buhari Over Nnamdi Kanu + Pastor Who Charged Members N310K For Heavenly Trip Breaks Silence

Release Nnamdi Kanu, Igbo Youths In Detention, Ohanaeze Tells Buhari
The apex Igbo socio-cultural organization, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, on Thursday, called on the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), to release the Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, and all Igbo youths in detention over the agitation for Biafra.

Ohanaeze President General, Ambassador George Obiozor, made the call in his opening address at the ongoing Imeobi of Ohanaeze meeting currently holding at the Ohanaeze National Secretariat in Enugu.
While expressing optimism that the Igbo nation would come out stronger from the current turmoil, Obiozor said that Ndigbo seeks healing, national unity, and progress on a platform of justice, equity, fairness and a sense of belonging in Nigeria which will start from the release of Igbo youths detained in various cells across the country without trial.
Reacting to the current security situation pervading the region, Ohanaeze PG said that each geo-political zone had its own peculiarity.

According to him, “The advent of insecurity in the South East is both bizarre and dramatic. The South East had been adjudged the most serene and peaceful zone in Nigeria until April 5, 2021, when gunmen attacked the correctional facility in Owerri, Imo State and freed a total of 1,844 prison inmates.
“Since the April 5 episode, insecurity in the South East has attained an unprecedented unbearable crescendo.
In condemning the spate of violence in the South East, Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide also called attention to the strategic capacity of the local non-state actors to overwhelm a highly fortified correction centre and discharge a total of 1,844 inmates without any arrest.”
Source: The Punch


Nigerian Pastor Explains Why He Charged Members N310k For Trip To Heaven
Pastor Noah Abraham of Christ High Commission Ministry in Ekiti State who made headlines for charging his members N310k for a trip to heaven, has explained why he did so.

LIB reported earlier that the Pastor whose church is at Araromi-Ugbesi in Omuo-Oke, Ekiti State, ordered members to relocate to the church and pay N310,000 each for a trip to heaven.
40 people were said to have camped at the church and it was also gathered that some of them allegedly sold their belongings, in preparation for the trip. This pushed the Ekiti state police command into inviting the Pastor for a meeting.
Speaking to BBC Yoruba, Pastor Abraham admitted to it and said he did it because he got the authority of God whom he said had called him to become a cleric. He also said he made the declaration when he noticed that his members’ troubles were increasing.
He said;
“Truly I told my congregation to pay N310,000, I made the declaration when I noticed that my members’ troubles were increasing.
“I did it because I got the authority of God who called me to practice for all that want to serve the Lord with their whole heart. I have never received any payment yet from any member of the church, and the Ekiti State Police has intervened in the matter.
“I was called by the police for Investigation and all the members of the church were there and all of them took notes of what happened.“
Source: LIB