Tuesday, July 30, 2013
The charges were filed at the state High Court, on Monday, though yet to be assigned to any judge for hearing.
This is The Sign of End Time! How Pastor Deceived His Congregation That His Penis Contains "HOLY MILK"
Just when you think you have heard it all, another malicious and alarming crime committed by a criminal minister or pastor surfaces. This one has to be one of the most shocking yet for me, I don't know about you...how a Pastor managed to abuse victims after convincing them that his penis contains HOLY MILK is beyond me.
Poverty, as much as it’s a test of hardship, it’s largely your state of mind. Most successful people see it is a road map, a key to success/ prosperity for a wise and a diligent man. It has been argued that fortune only abides with him that employs, in his poor heart, the instrument of wisdom and diligence in his work so that in prudence, he becomes successful/ prosperous.
Saturday, July 27, 2013
The Nigeria Parliament both at the state and federal levels, have had a chequered history from independence to date. Of all the arms of our government, the legislative arm can be described as the youngest and less experience. One of the reasons for that status of our parliament, is perhaps because, at all times the military took over power, the law making body is usually the most affected. The executive and the judicial arms were usually preserved by each of the military who had at one time or the other foisted themselves on the people of Nigeria. However, from 1999 to date, our country has had unbroken democratic governance with three arms of government in place.
Saturday, July 13, 2013
|picture by Tribune|
Following the dischard and acquittal of Major Hamza al-Mustapha, both the Odua People’s Congress (OPC) and the Pan Yoruba group, Afenifere, however, condemned the verdict which they say was a set back to the rule of law and justice.
However, in Kano, when the news his acquittal filtered in on Friday, there was spontaneous jubilation, while anxious family members and friends of the former CSO besieged the gates of the Kirikiri Maximum Security Prisons, Apapa, Lagos, in anticipation of his release.
In a unanimous decision, the appeal court upturned the judgement of a Lagos High Court which convicted al-Mustapha and Alhaji Lateef Sofolahan in January 2012.
The first Son Kudirat, Lekan Abiola told Punch that he was “disappointed, but not particularly surprised by the judgement.”
The trial judge, Justice Mojisola Dada, had on January 30, 2012 passed a death sentence on both men after finding them guilty of the murder of the wife of the late acclaimed winner of the June 12, 1993 presidential election, Chief Moshood Kashimawo Abiola.
“I pray that God will forgive my mother and I know that my mum and dad will definitely get justice; maybe not in Nigeria, but I’m sure that Allah will give them justice where they are.”
He said, “The Appeal Court only completed the work of other courts before it that have played roles in scuttling the family’s quest for justice in this matter. They finished the job, but they weren’t the ones who started it.
“We had seven or so defendants before now with confessions of the roles they played in the death of my mother; there was Mohammed Abacha, Banabas Jabila aka Sgt. Rogers, James Danbaba, Lateef Shofolahan, Rabo Lawal and others. Everybody said the role they played; the one who did the shooting; the one who drove; the one who arranged for the car that was used when they got to Lagos from Abuja; the people in the room when the order to kill my mother was given. All the seven started the case, but the Supreme Court started the whole thing when it said that Mohammed Abacha had no case to answer.”
According to him, the Abiola family would still have been disappointed even if the death sentence had been upheld by the Appeal Court.
He said, “One after the other, the cases were dropped and it was down to the remaining two. Where are the others? The fact that only two of them were convicted shows the rot in the judicial system. Even if the court had upheld the death sentence, we still wouldn’t have got the justice we sought. Already, most of those involved had been freed.”
Al-Mustapha was released yesterday Friday July 12th after many years in prison, and his first port of call after his release was T.B Joshua's place.
T.B Joshua explains why Al-Mustapha visited him first:
I got to know him many years ago when a petition was addressed to General Bamaiyi who was the then Chairman of the NDLEA. As you know, several efforts had been made by my detractors to bring me and my ministry down. One of those efforts was that petition. I was arrested for investigation and it was later discovered that it was a tissue of lies. I spent nine days with them for investigation and they found the whole thing to be a fabrication. From there, I was taken to Aso Rock (City of Power) to see the president. It was there that I met Mustapha
I was able to reveal to them who I am by telling them what was to come as a prophet. One of those things I mentioned to them and to Mustapha in particular, was what he went through, though he did not believe me then. That was why when it came to pass, I was the first person he remembered. I told him that he would spend several years in prison and would be finally released which no one else had ever told him.
That is why you see him coming here as his first port of call. Where there is no vision, people perish.
I am surprised you are asking me why he is coming here first. When you look into your archives as journalists, you will find many stories in the past about my visit to Aso Rock, (City of Power) while Bamaiyi was Chairman of NDLEA. Many magazines and newspapers published my visions and prophecies on the government and the presidency.
When you know your picture of tomorrow, it will impart a strength to endure your present difficulty. When you know what you are passing through now will not last long, you will endure it. This is vision; this is prophecy. This can only come by revelation. This is what the Bible means by, “Where there is no vision, the people perish” (Proverbs 29:18). I will leave you here.
This beautifull but criminally disfigured face belongs toan eight months old Xiao Bao. He was stabbed 90 times in the face with scissors by his mother for biting her while she was breastfeeding him. This evil act was done by a woman who carried him in her womb for 9 months.
The incident that has left many people shocked happened in Xuzhou, in the eastern China Jiangsu province. After the attack, the mother disappeared leaving the infant in a pool of his blood in the yard of their home. Xiao was found by his uncle who rushed him to the hospital. The baby needed more than 100 stitches. The mother, who has since been arrested, is not known to be suffering any kind of mental illness.
This is to show that evil has dangerously crept into the world and has taken resident