Controversy As Pastor Raises Dead Woman, Two Die As Petrol Tanker Collides With Truck [VIDEOS]

 

Controversy As Nigerian Pastor Raises Dead Woman [VIDEO]

Nigerian Pastor stirs up controversy after a video of him bringing a

A man of God by the name of Apostle Joshua Orumgbe has stirred up controversy after a video of him allegedly raising a dead woman from his church went viral.

A woman was spotted in a casket with whitish substance on her face as the Pastor prayed. Some members of the church were also spotted singing in the background before the woman who was being prayed for, leaped out of the casket.

Many people online have described the clip as a fake miracle.

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Source – Linda Ikeji

 

Two Die As Petrol Tanker Collides [VIDEO]

Two persons reportedly died after a tanker loaded with Premium Motor Spirit popularly known as petrol collided with a truckload of fish.

The incident which occurred around 11 am on Friday at Gbongan in Ayedaade Local Government Area of Osun State was eventually put out by men of Federal fire service in the state.

It was gathered that the incident led to gridlock as motorists resorted to sharing a lane while the fire rages for over an hour.

Source – Vanguard

 

Buhari Govt Has Mortgaged Future Of Nigerians – NCF

The youth wing of the National Consultative Front (NCF) on Friday, accused the Buhari-led administration of mortgaging the future of young Nigerians.

This statement is in reaction to the loans collected from the Nigerian government recently.

It, therefore, urged youths to rise up and take back the country from the current leaders who have mortgaged their future.

Source – Daily Post

 

Court Remands Benue Lawmaker In Prison Over Alleged Kidnapping

Court sends Nigerian lawmaker to prison over alleged Kidnapping

Jonathan Agbidye, a lawmaker in the Benue state House of Assembly, has reportedly been remanded in prison for alleged criminal conspiracy, armed robbery, and kidnapping.

A chief magistrate in Makurdi presided over by Isaac Ajim on Friday, August 21, remanded the lawmaker representing Katsina-Ala East state constituency along with one Denen Zuamo for the alleged offence, Channels TV reported.

According to the police, further investigation revealed that Agbidye, Zuamo, and others now on the run, belonged to a gang of armed robbers and terrorists led by a wanted kingpin, Terwase Akwaza alias ‘Ghana’.

Source – Legit

 

“2020 Has Blessed Me More Than My 34 years On Earth” – Tonto Dike

Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh has said that she is happy for all that has been happening to her in 2020 despite the turbulent year.

The actress recently took to her page on Instagram revealing that the year has been her best one so far.

According to Dikeh, despite all the hassle that the year has brought forth, it has indeed blessed her more than the 34 years that she has been in existence.

Source – Legit

 

Uti Nwachukwu Mocks Laycon

Big Brother Africa Winner Uti Nwachukwu has taken to his Twitter page to make a condescending remark about Big Brother Naija Lockdown housemate Laycon.

Today, Uti  shared a video of Vee advising Laycon to avoid Erica. In the video, Vee can be heard joking that Erica might have jazzed Laycon since Laycon doesn’t take advice.

He also tweeted “So wait ooooo let’s say Erica has Jazz for man… Sooo its Laycon she wee now use the jazz on🤣🤣🤣 Jesu😭😭😭” which BBNaija fans on Twitter reacted to.

Source – Lailas News

 

DSS Invites Kabaka, Nine Other Edo APC Leaders

BREAKING: DSS bars journalists from premises of Magu’s probe

The Department of State Services (DSS) has invited Tony Adun, aka Kabaka and nine other leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Edo for a peace meeting on Saturday ahead of the September 19 governorship election.

The meeting fixed for 11 am holds at the DSS’ Edo state headquarters at No. 1, Court Road, Government Reservation Area (GRA), Benin.

The invitation from the DSS in Edo, headed by Waziri Mohammed, according to sources, was part of efforts to ensure peace during the crucial poll.

Source – The Nation

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