BREAKING!!! #COVID19: FG. Begins Disbursement Of N10,000 each To 1Million Nigerians

THE federal government, Wednesday, began the disbursement of N20,000 to one million indigent Nigerians in the country, IGBERE TV has learned. According to a report by the Vanguard, the beneficiaries of the money said to be from the Conditional Cash Transfers Scheme, were paid N20,000 each covering four months at N5,000 monthly. The action was in line with a recent directive by President Muhammadu Buhari that the conditional cash transfers for the next two months be paid immediately to beneficiaries. Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Hajiya…

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Deacon Stephen Ejueyitsi Aganbi, popular Bible translator goes home

Deacon Stephen Ejueyitsi Aganbi, a Bible translator, has died in Koko, headquarters of Warri North Local Government. A statement issued in Koko said Deacon Aganbi died in his home early hours of Thursday. Deacon Aganbi, 99, served as chairman for the Itsekiri Bible Translation Project. The team completed the Old and New Testament Translation in the Itsekiri language. The statement signed by Business Mogul, Mr. Felix Aganbi said the late Bible translator, gifted interpreter and scholar had a strong influence in Itsekiri literature. ‘’Deacon Stephen Ejueyitsi Aganbi was a legal…

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Bishop Oyedepo Donates Ambulances, Test Kits, Food, Others To Lagos And Ogun States

Living Faith Church Worldwide (Winners’ Chapel International) has made donations of ambulances, test kits, personal protective device (PPE) to the Lagos and Ogun State governments, to assist in the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) scourge in Nigeria. The church also donated medical resources and food items as part of its phased and continuous support to the Nigerian authorities in taming the COVID-19 pandemic and the biting effects of the lockdown on poor citizens of the country. According to a statement from the church signed by Professor Sheriff Folarin, Chairman, Editorial…

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KADUNA PRISON UNREST & COVID-19: WE DEMAND FOR UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF SHEIKH ZAKZAKY -SHI’ITES

Reliable information reaching us revealed that there is ongoing unrest in Kaduna prison that started at the early hours of Tuesday, 31 March, 2020 over suspected cases of Covid-19, Islamic Movement in Nigeria reported. The incident led to chaos and government is presently deploying more armed security men to the prison. It is pertinent to state that his eminence, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) and his wife Malama Zeenah Ibraheem are being detained in the same Kaduna prison. According to a press release obtained by SuncityNews, signed by Abdullahi Muhammad Musa,…

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Emotional testimony of a covid-19 survivor in Nigeria

Life finds ways of throwing LEMON at me. I’ve struggled w/ coming forward, but I want to inspire hope. I returned to Nigeria from the UK post-Commonwealth event (I totally enjoyed) & fell ill. As a responsible person, I self-isolated. Days after, I TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 Before returning, I had planned several interviews, I was scheduled to start a fantastic consultancy job & was also expecting to sign a contract worth millions. I lost them all!!! I had to self-isolate and also inform people I came in close contact with to…

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Alleged Covid-19 Victim accuses Benue govt. of complicity

Recently, the governor of Benue State confirm one case of covid-19 in Makurdi Benue State, this became the most Trending post on social media in benue state. So many Susan came online posting and denying that they were not the victim of the coronavirus case in benue, this happens because some benue citizens went online to pick random photos from Facebook that are bearing Susan Okpe to post and were laying courses on them, insulting the innocent ones for bringing coronavirus to makurdi from UK. The victims in return made their own…

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HEED ADVISES OF EXPERTS ON COVID-19 TO CURB SPREAD -SHI’ITES

It has become pertinent on the Islamic movement in Nigeria under the revered leadership of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) to call on the public and humanity at large to compliment the efforts of health experts and comply with instructions and guidance to curb the spread of the novel Coronavirus now taking a toll in our immediate environment Nigeria. With deep sense of concern, we wish to express our dismay over the carelessness of the Nigerian authorities that led to the spread of the pandemic to Nigeria from the onset, due…

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DETAINING SHEIKH ZAKZAKY IN KADUNA PRISON DESPITE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IS WORRISOME

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has once again called on the Federal Government to immediately and unconditionally release their leader, Ibraheem Zakzaky. In a press release obtained by SuncityNews and signed by Abdullahi Muhammad Musa, for the Academic Forum of the Islamic movement in Nigeria, they group wrote: “It is well known that in late December 2015 the 1st division of the Nigerian army unexpectedly launched a well-planned and orchestrated campaign of murder, destruction and mayhem. During which the 1st Division of the Nigerian Army killed hundreds and destroyed numerous…

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Another Nigerian Senator is dead

Cross River female senator, representing Northern Senatorial District of the state, Rose Okoji Oko is dead. She was aged 63. The late Senator Oko, who died last night at a UK medical facility, was a second term member of the Red Chamber of the National Assembly and the serving chairman, Senate Committee on Trade and Investment. A close aide of the late senator, who confirmed expressed shock and sadness. A close relative, Mr Patrick Ikorgor Okoroji speaking about he demise said: “Heart broken to hear of the passing of my…

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The foibles, Sources and futility of Religious Intolerance.

By: Ismaila Yahaya Kana Let me start by declaring that the biggest source of religious intolerance, especially among Muslims and Christians, is history. Yet, history lights the path to understanding the foundations of religion generally and the contentions that have trailed it’s development over time. From historical accounts for instance, there’s no doubt whatsoever that the most accomodating religion is the religion of our forebears. It can be argued that many of our ancestors long gone, were coerced into jettisoning the religions of their fathers. But , unlike adherents of…

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