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  1. A peaceful protest at Unity Fountain in Abuja, by members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) on Monday, April 16, became violent after officials of the Nigeria Police Force stormed the area and tried to disperse the protesters. Watch Video.
  2. 25 NYSC Members To Repeat Service in Delta

    No fewer than twenty-five National Youth Service Corps’ members serving in Delta State are to repeat their service year, while nineteen others absconded out of a total of 2, 838 corps’ members of the 2017 Batch “A” stream 1. The State Coordinator of the NYSC, Mr. Omotade Ayodele Benjamine, who made this known at the weekend in Asaba, said that three corps members out of the 2, 838 who passed out, served meritoriously, and were awarded various awards. He, however, added that ”25 NYSC members failed the extant laws while 19 absconded from service”. According to him: “While two out of the three selected corps members who belong to stream 1 received the chairman’s award, the other one got a cash reward”. But the state governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, at the passing out ceremony in Cenotaph Asaba, said that corps members cannot be more needed than now in answering the question of unification, and the need for peace in Nigeria. The governor explained that in opening a vista for cobwebling of ethnicity on Nigeria, it makes it a very potent unifying tool, and called on the corps’ members that in spite of the myriad security challenges, they should remain one.
  3. It was a thing of joy as Muslims in their Hijabs (Fulani Indigenes) came out to identify with members of The Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Revival Ministries at their programme in Kwara state. According to a report by the church, the Muslims were thrilled during the Praise and Worship Session. Here are pictures from the event.
  4. PASTOR HAS HIS MEMBERS IN TEARS AFTER HE TURNS WATER TO PETROL (PHOTOS) A South African pastor has led his congregation to tears after he allegedly turned water to petrol during one of their services – one Prophet Jacob is currently trending online after it was revealed that he made water turn to petrol in his Church. According to a post shared on Facebook, the pastor had asked his members to bring bottles of water to church and asked those who believed that he could turned to waters to petrol, to come forward to the altar so he could perform the miracle. After praying ‘militantly’ and ‘instantly’, the colour and the smell of the water changed to petrol and this led the congregation to tears. The post reads,
  5. Anticult Volunteer Corps (AVC), will NEVER be distracted nor condone any illicit act towards the general public as we must bring to justice (as our slogan portrays) everybody involved in any act against the LAW Umunede community might not understand the gravity of provocation which has been ignited by few insane being and whom must dance to the music they played. These set of AYES is reported to be responsible for the killing of One of the personnel of the AVC Umunnede Unit. Their days of evil are over as justice must prevail on this case and Umunede community must know that cultists have no place to hide within and around Umunede as we have set our ex-ray satellite deep on perpetrators of this evil murder act. The gallantry usual services of Anticult Volunteer Corps (AVC) IKA UNIT ably led by our KINGSLEY OKONTA (AGBOR ZONAL COMMANDER) in a joint operation with EAGLE NET SQUAD of the DELTA STATE POLICE COMMAND did apprehend Nine members of the with weapons which can cause instant or slow-sure death. AVC will resist any form of truncation to seeing these arrested suspects face the laws of the land. We remain focused and more dedicated to ensuring above one hundred percent (100%) safety of lives and properties including zero tolerance to every formation of violent cult related activities within Delta State. Eseka Nathaniel Deputy Director Department of Intelligence and Media Anticult Volunteer Corps (AVC), Delta State, Federal Republic of Nigeria
  6. The arraignment of the founder of God is Able Mega Fire Ministry, Opolo community, Bayelsa State, Apostle Kingsley Abiekunogho was yesterday turned into a theatre of violence by members of his church who descended on journalists for covering his trial. Abiekunogho was arraigned by the Bayelsa State Police Command for allegedly fraudulently obtaining an SUV and N20,000 from a church member, Sayou, in exchange for spiritual breakthroughs. The arraignment, which took place at Magistrate Court 3, turned violent when the accused pastor was being led out after the proceeding. The pastor, who directed his members to cover him up from the prying lens of cameras when coming out of the courtroom into his car, got infuriated when he realised that journalists still managed to get shots of him. Some loyal members of the church, who noticed that their pastor was no longer comfortable with the manner journalists managed to get a shot of him, descended on journalists. A reporter with Silverbird Television received hot slaps, while the camera battery of a TV Continental reporter was damaged. While the drama was going on, the pastor was whisked away in a car. It took the intervention of some policemen to finally bring the situation under control. The case was adjourned until March 24, for further hearing. Watch The Video Below:
  7. Boko Haram terrorists were seen on camera receiving a “heroic” welcome as they dropped off high school girls abducted from Dapchi in Yobe state at the early hours of today. Boko Haram members who escorted the released Dapchi school girls back home were hailed by residents as they dropped off some of the abducted girls at an open field around a police station and zoomed off. Locals trooped out in hysteria to receive the girls as they cheered the terrorists while some eyewitnesses were brave enough to shake hands with some of the dreaded terrorists. Witnesses said the insurgents stormed the town early Wednesday morning fully armed but harmed nobody while some of its members preached to the residents to avoid western education which the group stands against. Reports have it that the Nigerian government relaxed security as part of the deal struck with the militants to facilitate the delivery of the first batch of the girls numbering about 101. Watch the video of the ‘triumphant entry’ of the sect members below:
  8. A Nigerian South African-based pastor has sent the internet into a frenzy after photos of him having an intense worship session with his members surfaced online. Prophet Andrew Ejimadu who is the president at Christ Freedom Ministries became a controversial topic when photos of his members kissing his shoes for blessings and miracles emerged on social media. The young pastor has in the past suggested apparent ridiculous things for members to do in order to gain “blessings” and certain “miracles” from God. People are now of the opinion that his methods appear completely outrageous. The photo has left many asking what can come out of a human licking another person’s shoes. It is however, a thing of joy for the members who were pictured doing it with faith that their burden will be lifted off the. Prophet Andrew is also known as Seer 1 nd shared the photos on his social media page, saying: “I have blessed your legs. I have washed your feet. First thing tomorrow morning, if you type Amen and share this post, someone will call you and your feet will carry you there to pick a special gift. Many people will miss this. Try it.” Members in worship session Source: Facebook, Prophet Anointed CFM
  9. A coaster bus belonging to Imo state Actors Guild of Nigeria, yesterday was involved in a ghastly accident, along Onitsha/Owerri road. According to reports, the group was on their way back from the burial of the sister to the National chairman of AGN, Emeka Rollers. Though no life was lost, few sustained injuries.
  10. Some Corps members released by the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Anambra to work as ad hoc poll staff in the proposed January 13 Anambra Central Senatorial election have declined the offer. Some of the corps members, who pleaded anonymity, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that they were not interested due to the inability of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to pay their allowance during the November 18 governorship election. They complained that some of their colleagues who took part in the last exercise were still coming for their money after they had passed out and left Anambra. Confirming the situation, Ebenezer Olawale, the NYSC Coordinator in Anambra, said only about 4,000 corps members out of about 7,600 shortlisted and released reported for INEC training for the 13 election duty. Mr. Olawale noted that the NYSC would make available any number of corps members requested by INEC for its election duties but reiterated that participation was not compulsory. “NYSC is prepared because they are already training our corps members. “INEC said they needed 7,627 Corps members and we have released as much as that for them, however, it is left for the corps members to accept. “We are not compelling our corps members to do it, it not compulsory; it is a voluntary assignment. “The last election, INEC promised to take care of them as much as possible but some of them complained that they were treated badly; that could discourage them from participating in this one. “Some of them complained of not being paid their allowances for the last gubernatorial election. “It may not be entirely INEC responsibility because some of them did not write their names and numbers correctly, and others did not have their data well recorded, some of them are still being treated now. “I am told that out of the over 7,000 we released to them, only about 4,000 indicated interest and responded to their training,” he said. Mr. Olawale explained that INEC should create a forum where all the affected corps members would be addressed and their fears allayed, instead of attending to them piecemeal. He urged corps members participating in the election to remain neutral and unbiased as always and discharge their duties with all fairness to all. Also speaking, Nkwachkwu Orji, Resident Electoral Commission, INEC, in Anambra, said that they have mobilized all the manpower needed for the exercise. Mr. Orji, who acknowledged that some corps members had not been paid their allowance, attributed the problem to incomplete information provided by the corps members. He dismissed the notion that the corps shunned the duty call because of nonpayment of allowance for the previous assignment. The REC said out of the 23,000 ad-hoc staff engaged in the Nov. 18 governorship election, over 20,000 had been paid and promised to continue to address the complaints on nonpayment as they come. “It is not true that they did not respond to our call because of nonpayment of allowance. “When we conducted the training some of them were still in their villages enjoying Christmas and New Year; we have mobilized enough staff, this is just election in seven local government areas. “The population that is yet to receive their allowance is quite a few, we engaged about 23,000 and about 20,000 have been paid and we are still paying,” he said. (NAN)
  11. The National Youth Service Corps has launched a job portal that would enhance job seeking opportunities for Corps Members and also make them available for prospective employers. NYSC Director-General, Brigadier General Sulaiman Kazaure, while speaking at the launch today in Lagos, urged Corps Members to make themselves available for job opportunities with the aid of the portal. He added that the portal would serve as a pool for employers searching for suitable candidates and also provide a means of verification of credentials. He, however added that the Management of National Youth Service Corps have established Zonal lntegrated Skill Centres in six different locations across the country aimed at entrenching entrepreneurship among Corps Members. In her keynote address, the Managing Director, Gr8jobs Limited, Mrs Omomene Odike, emphasized the need for every job seeker to acquire relevant information in order to survive in the competitive job market. She said there was the need to reduce unemployment in Nigeria while she urged Corps Members to upload their data on relevant portals. NYSC Lagos Statec Coordinator, Prince Mohammed Momoh, said the NYSC Lagos initiative would reduce the stress of job search among Corps Members.
  12. Alhaji Ladan Baba, the Coordinator of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Kano has debunked media reports that there was a clash between soldiers and some corps members in the orientation camp at Karaye Local Government Area of the state. A statement by Aliyu Ahmed, the NYSC public relations officer and made available to newsmen on Sunday in Kano denied the report. According to the Coordinator, there was also no any clash between the military, paramilitary and the corps members as reported. “The attention of the Management of the NYSC has been drawn to news reports of skirmishes between a group of Corps members and the Camp Commandant, Capt. Anyaegbunan during the ongoing 2017 Batch ‘B’ Orientation Course at Karaye. “We wish to state for the records that the face-off started as a result of actions taken by a group of Corps members in solidarity with their colleagues who were being punished while loitering within the Camp Premises as social activity was going on. “The chanting of solidarity songs by the Corps members was an effort to get the erring Corps member released from the Camp Commandant which later ignited a rowdy session”, he said. The Coordinator added that the situation was immediately brought under control after he addressed the Corps members on the issue. “I promised to interface with the Camp Commandant to ensure that punishment and reward for Corps members are handled in line with the provision of the NYSC Bye law”. He reminded the Corps members of the need to adhere to the channel of communication in the Camp and assured them that NYSC Management would continue to implement policies and programmes that will enhance the welfare and security of Corps members in the Camp and during the service year. The Coordinator also drew the attention of all media organizations on the need to also adhere to their age-long tradition of balance and objectivity in news reporting. He further urged them to always verify their sources of news and to report objectively, saying normalcy has since returned to the Camp as all scheduled activities were on going without hindrance. The NYSC Coordinator also called on the public to always ignore such unbalanced reports so as to maintain the existing peace and unity among the corps members and the country at large.

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