Sunday, January 31, 2016

MUST READ: A Reminder To Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo Of #COZA Ministries To Publish His Robust Reply

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Dear Pastor Fatoyinbo: It is almost two and half years since a female member of your church alleged that you had been sleeping with her. You had almost immediately promised a "robust reply soon" but there has been no response at all from you let alone a robust one. No reasonable person expects you or any pastor to be a saint but as a leader and role model, and someone who occupies a position of trust, people expect accountability from you.

There is a lot wrong with the church in Nigeria today - Pentecostal pastors are in competition with themselves to accumulate wealth from the tithes and offering of their members; some will stop at nothing to exploit the desperate situations of our people to enrich themselves including making bogus claims about faith healing, paying dodgy characters to fake miracles on.....

DISTURBING PHOTO!! SEE Amina, the young Shiite Girl That Was Shot In Her Private Part During Shiite-Army-Clash in Kaduna

The photo above shows the young girl simply known as Amina who is one of the victims at the ABUTH who was allegedly shot in her private part.  During an interview Amina granted on her hospital bed, she said “I may not be able to use my private part for.......

PHOTO: How The Olumofin Brothers were Walked out of Toolz Wedding With Security Personnel for fear of wrecking havoc

According to source, the short drama which ensued during the week ahead of Toolz wedding between the Olumofin brothers, Joro and Dokun and on-air-personality, Gbemi of Beat FM, after the brothers were being accused of gate crashing at weddings they were not being invited.

Though the statement by Gbemi turned out to be a pain in the neck as the brothers fired back with a long epistle with various descriptions about Gbemi’s personality but they......

PHOTO: UNIMAID Dental Student 'Dr Aminudeen Ibrahim Idris' Dies 3 Days After Oath-taking

Dr Aminudeen Ibrahim Idris
Dr Aminudeen Ibrahim Idris, 26, from Dambam LGA of Bauchi state took oath as a dental surgeon and the best graduating student with‎ record breaking academic achievement of 3 distinctions out the 4 final year clinical courses in dentistry.

It was reported that last Tuesday the 26th of January, 2016 the UNIMAID College of Medical Sciences held her 2016 attestation and oath taking ceremony for medical and dental graduates.

Sadly, Dr Aminudeen Ibrahim died on.....

LATEST! #Nigeria FG declares French compulsory for all students in a bid to make it the nation’s 2nd official language.

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Students from primary to tertiary institutions will henceforth learn French language compulsorily, the federal government said at the weekend.
It said it will embark on intensive training of more French teachers in its bid to make it the nation’s second official language.
The Minister of State for Education, Prof Anthony Anwukah, stated these in Abuja yesterday when....

#SAG AWARD: NIgeria Uzo Aduba wins Big on SAG Award for best TV comedy actress

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Uzo Aduba won the Screen Actors Guild Award for best actress in a television comedy series.

Twice is nice for Uzo Aduba. The Orange is the New Black star raked in another Screen Actors Guild Award for best actress in a comedy.

It is Aduba’s second consecutive win for playing Suzanne ‘Crazy Eyes’ Warren on Netflix’s ‘Orange is the New Black.’

The 34-year-old thanked her “phenominal cast,” and also series creator Jenji Kohan for.....

PHOTO: Palace expels queen mother in Delta state Nigeria for watching pornography

Alleged adultery: Palace expels queen mother in Delta

Residents of the Idumuje-Ugboko Community in Aniocha North Local Government Area of Delta State were pensive on Saturday following a revelation by the queen mother, Okwukwe Nwoko, that she was sent away from the palace two years ago over allegation of infidelity.

She was also reportedly “caught watching blue film” at the......

SHOCKING!! Mystery as pastor drops dead, hours to ministering at burial service

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The leadership of St. John’s Anglican Church, Agbarho in Ughelli North Local Government  Area of Delta State was thrown into confusion when the church vicar, scheduled to lead a team of  ministers at a funeral service, suddenly died after he was rushed to hospital.

Venerable Stephen Eseteru Ogue, JP, 53, author of several Christian books, including ‘Escathology: The rapture of the Saints’, ‘Foundation for marital bliss’ and ‘The potential power of the Holy Spirit’, died at about 7.45 a.m. on Friday, December 11, 2015, two hours  before he was billed to officiate at a funeral service. 

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I’m going to suffer! Fr Mbaka cries Out; Transfer as a parish priest to another parish

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Tears flowed uncontrollably from parishioners and members of the Adoration Ministry as fiery Enugu Catholic priest and director of the ministry, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, yesterday bowed out of Christ the King Parish, GRA, Enugu, which he presided over as parish priest for 20 years.

The entire Enugu capital city also stood still as over 30 lorries accom­panied by thousands of....

Saturday, January 30, 2016

[s.O.s] Please Help Save! 3-year-old Darasimi Ogunwunmi needs N2.5m to survive after drinking acid in school

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3yr-old Darasimi Ogunwunmi
Life for three-year-old Darasimi Ogunwunmi has become a daily dose of agony and struggles for survival.
Clinging to life at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi-Araba Lagos, Darasimi’s survival has been due to his sheer will to live, doctors say.
At the moment, doctors have said Darasimi would require another round of surgery for the repair of his throat and stomach which cumulatively would cost about N2.5m.

The bouncing and active little boy, whose parents referred to as the joy of their lives, has been reduced to a sack of bone and skin as he is being fed through a tube on his hospital bed.
Few months ago, Darasimi was a normal kid running to school and running back home into the arms of his mother; today he cannot even drink water.
In November 2015, Darasimi, a Kindergarten One pupil of Fahsal Children’s School, Ilupeju Estate, Idiroko, Ogun State, drank caustic soda left lying carelessly around his class while he was thirsty.

According to Punch, the proprietor of Fahsal, Mrs. Fausat Abubakar, recently added soap making into her line of business but rather than remove the production far from the reach of her pupils, the soap is being produced right beside their classrooms.
On November 19, the worst happened when Darasimi became thirsty and his teachers turned a deaf ear to his incessant cry for water.

It was learnt that there was a Parent-Teacher Association meeting at the school during which it was announced that the school was to commence soap-making in the school premises.
Part of the caustic soda already mixed and left around was what Darasimi drank from.
They only realised what had happened when the boy was found outside his classroom crying and bleeding from the mouth.
The boy’s mother, Toyin, a food vendor in the area, said teachers in the school told her that liquid caustic soda was left in a bowl and the boy took a cup of what he thought was water and drank from it.
The lethal liquid destroyed the boy’s throat and stomach, doctors said.
According to a research report published by the Sau Paulo Medical Journal, caustic substances cause tissue destruction through liquefaction or coagulation reactions.
Experts say caustic soda, which is also referred to as sodium hydroxide or lye is an acid that breaks down tissues faster than many other chemicals.
They say complications from drinking caustic soda include esophagitis (inflammation of the oesophagus), esophageal stenosis (a narrowing of the lumen of the oesophagus that slows or impedes the passage of fluid and foods) and progression to cancer, fistulas, perforations, stomach lesions, brain abscesses, and death.
Toyin said after her son drank the dangerous acid, nobody from his school made any attempt to call her or her husband until a boy arrived from school and explained that something had happened to Darasimi.

Toyin said, “Darasimi goes to school with another little boy every morning. It was the little boy who came home and told us that Darasinmi had been taken to the hospital. I could not understand what the boy was saying because none of his teachers called us to say anything was wrong with him.
“I sell food around the school and could not understand why nobody tried to even alert me to what happened as his teachers took him to the hospital.

“My husband and I rushed to the school and some of his teachers said they were just about to call us. I told them they were wicked people because they only said that because they saw us.
“They told us he was at a hospital in Idiroko and we rushed there. We found the proprietor with few other teachers in the school. They were crying when they saw us. I quickly grabbed the woman and asked what had happened to my boy.”
Toyin and her husband rushed inside the hospital to find their boy being treated by some doctors.
After a few hours, they were told to take the boy to another General Hospital at Sango, it was learnt.

Toyin said they were about to board an ambulance that would take them to the second hospital when the proprietor of the school handed them N10,000 for the treatment of the boy.
“We quickly returned the money to her and told her that we were in it together. She could not just hand us N10,000 and say goodbye to us. We left for the hospital together,” she said.
At Sango, the worried parents were told that the hospital could not treat such an extensive problem. They were referred to the Federal Medical Centre in Abeokuta, where the boy was admitted and treated for another six days. Again, the hospital referred them for more advanced treatment at the LUTH.
Toyin said, “We got to LUTH on November 26 and after few days of treatment, they told us that we needed N65,000 for an initial surgery, which was to take place on December 1.
“A day before the surgery was supposed to take place, we had not paid and we had borrowed from everywhere we could turn to for the initial treatment.”

It was learnt that around this time, Darasimi started to take little quantity of tea. So, doctors decided to watch him for a few days.
The boy’s parents said the proprietor made no further attempt to call them while several attempts to speak with her proved abortive as she no longer picked their calls.
Toyin said, “Sometimes, frustration would force me to call teachers of the school to ask of the woman, they would say she had not been to the school for a while. Sometimes, they would say she was ill.
“We had to tell the doctors to discharge our son. We could not work and there was no money to pay for his treatment. Even the money for the hospital bills was borrowed from the family of another patient. We had to refund it after we got home.”

It was also learnt that Darasimi could not ingest anything food again and had to be taken to a health centre in Idiroko.
When the boy’s situation worsened, he had to be taken to the General Hospital, which admitted him for two days before referring him back to LUTH.

At LUTH, doctors said it had become imperative for the boy to undertake the initial surgery that was put off as the parents run from pillar to post praying for the survival of their son.
Toyin said Abubakar later sent N15,000 with beverages to them for the care of the boy.
After borrowing money to add to the N15,000 the proprietor sent to them, the Ogunwunmis paid N65,000 for the surgery of their son, who nearly died few hours before the surgery.

It was gathered the boy was found unresponsive on the morning of the day the surgery was to take place. He was resuscitated and the surgery took place later that evening. Again, it was a tough battle rousing him from his anesthetised sleep after the surgery.
But at the moment, the doctors said the boy needs further comprehensive surgeries that will cost N2.5m for him to survive.
Doctors, who spoke under a condition of anonymity, said the boy would require at least two more surgeries. They said the boy’s stomach and oesophagus have to be reconstructed urgently.
“They are operations that require some urgency if the boy is to survive. The boy is just lying here. Other than just trying to stabilise him, nothing is being done to his case because the funds are not forthcoming. The parents just hang around crying,” one doctor said.
Darasinmi now lies in the Ward E4 of LUTH with uncertain fate.

His parents are apprehensive about where to get such a huge amount of money as they are already indebted heavily.

The parents have opened a bank account in the boy’s name to help raise money for his surgery – FCMB account no: 3528300027; account name: Darasinmi Ogunwunmi.

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PHOTO: How four friends raped me and threatened to kill me if talk – Habibat

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Four friends, Femi Olatunji, 17; Oyekanmi Rasheed, 18; Oladele Habib, 18 and John Alade, 16, are currently chilling at the police net in Lagos, for allegedly raping 14-year-old Habibat Adeolu (not real names).

According to Saturday punch, when the men of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Lagos State Command paraded some suspected criminals recently, Habibat said the friends threatened to kill her if she told anybody about the incident.

Narrating her ordeal, the young girl who said she had known Femi as her tailor, said she went to him to have her dress mended when he and.......

#Corruption: Some Nigerians abroad launder money for corrupt politicians - US-based activist

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A Nigerian civil rights activist based in the United States of America, Mr. Smart Ajaja, yes­terday, revealed how some Ni­gerians abroad serve as conduit pipe through which treasury looters starch their ill-gotten wealth abroad.
He said although some vol­unteers in the diaspora were willing to.......

WARNING!!! #ZIKA VIRUS! Don't try for a baby for a month if your partner has just returned from a Zika-affected country

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Couples trying for a baby should delay by a month if the man has recently returned from a country affected by the Zika virus.
The warning, from Public Health England, goes as far to say that men should wear.......