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Motailatu Church: 5yrs After Father’s Death, Akinadewo Takes Over As Omo Jesu II

…. Cleric Urges Nigerians To Fear God Nigerians have been advised to imbibe the ‘fruits of the Spirit’ and fear God as laid down by Jesus Christ “so that insecurity, joblessness, economic crisis, political and social upheaval can become a thing of the past in the country”. Founder of New World Church of Peace, Primate Samuel Akinyosoye gave the admonition in Ondo, Ondo State last weekend at the investiture of the Chairman, Board of Trustees of Motailatu Church of God (MCG), Senior Superintendent Gabriel Akinadewo, as OMO JESU II of…

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FG To Kukah: Your Comment On Boko Haram, ISWAP Is Divisive, Insensitive

……Urges Him To Work For Religious Harmony The Federal Government has advised Bishop Matthew Kukah to use his high ecclesiastical office to work for religious harmony in Nigeria, rather than indulge in actions that are capable of dividing the country along religious lines. In a statement issued in Abuja on Friday, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said the statement credited to Bishop Kukah, in which he compared the Federal Government with Boko Haram, is not only disingenuous, but also a great disservice to the men and…

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Canada, UK Say Iranian Missile Down Ukranian Plane, Tehran Kicks

Evidence suggests an Iranian missile brought down a Ukrainian passenger plane that crashed near Tehran, possibly in error, Western leaders say. The leaders of Canada and the United Kingdom called for a full and thorough investigation into the crash, which killed all 176 people on board. Iran has ruled out a missile strike by its air defences. The crash came just hours after Iran carried out missile strikes on two airbases housing US forces in Iraq. US media have speculated that the timing of the crash suggests the plane may…

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FG Appoints Abubakar As New CAC Registrar-General

The Federal Government on Thursday appointed Alhaji Garba Abubakar as the new Registrar-General of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC). Head of Public Affairs of the commission, Mr Moses Adaguusu, who made this know in a statement in Abuja said Abubakar’s appointment was conveyed to CAC through the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment. Abubakar joined CAC in April 2004 as a principal manager compliance, he rose through the ranks to become a Director in Jan. 2016, between August 2017 to October 2017,  he was special adviser to the former Registrar-General.…

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South African Military Plane With UN Staff Crash-Lands In Congo

A South African air force plane crash-landed and caught fire Thursday at the Goma airport in eastern Congo but there were no casualties, authorities said. The C-130BZ military aircraft was transporting 59 passengers and eight crew members from the U.N mission when its left engine caught fire upon landing, said Mathias Gillman, acting spokesperson for the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Congo known as MONUSCO. “MONUSCO sent a rescue team that brought the fire under control and everyone was safely evacuated, ” Gillman told The Associated Press. The plane was returning…

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Africa’s Richest Man Dangote Plans US Office To Help Diversify Wealth

Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, plans to take office space in New York to help diversify his investments and avoid the risk of currency fluctuations on his home continent. The owner of the biggest cement company in sub-Saharan Africa will use the base and an existing one in London to become more global after the completion of a $12 billion, 650,000 barrel-a-day refinery currently under construction in Nigeria. “In Africa, you know we have issues of devaluation, so we want to really preserve some of the family’s wealth,” Dangote told…

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How Informants In Iraq, Syria Helped US Kill Iran’s Soleimani – Sources

Iranian General Qassem Soleimani arrived at the Damascus airport in a vehicle with dark-tinted glass. Four soldiers from Iran’s Revolutionary Guards rode with him. They parked near a staircase leading to a Cham Wings Airbus A320, destined for Baghdad. Neither Soleimani nor the soldiers were registered on the passenger manifesto, according to a Cham Wings airline employee who described the scene of their departure from the Syrian capital to Reuters. Soleimani avoided using his private plane because of rising concerns about his own security, said an Iraqi security source with…

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