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Corona: How Primate Ositelu Predicts Virus, Church Of The Lord Aladura Suspends Monthly Program.



The Church of the Lord (Prayer Fellowship) Worldwide has suspended its monthly programme tagged Victory Night Service till further notice,even as the church leader, Most Rev, Primate Rufus Ositelu’s prediction over the current Corona epidemic is being fulfilled.

This suspension is in compliance with government’s ban on public gathering of people more than 50 in number as guide against the spread of pockets of reported cases of coronavirus in the country .

According to reports contained in the
church’s publication, Adura International Magazine as revealed by a facebook user member of the church Reoa Anthony,the Primate had made the prediction of the outbreak of the virus at the Holy Mount Tarborah in August 2019.

“Divine Revelation to China from the Holy Mount Tarborah Ogere-Remo for the Year 2020, 18th August 2019: ‘The Lord says, this country will make new discoveries that will cause the glory of the country to be more manifested.

” The Lord says the secret of the ungodly and fraudsters will be exposed. And the Lord says we should pray against the outbreak of strange diseases in the country. Also, the Lord says, there shall be a breakthrough in the search for a cure”

“The above divine revelation for China was revealed to the man of God during the Tabieorar Retreat in August 2019 and published in the same month of August 2019,” Anthony added.

Primate Ositelu, who also shared the post on his own Facebook page, confirmed the authenticity of the prophecy to Adura International Magazine in February this year.

“Let us pray to God to have mercy and not allow this coronavirus to become an outbreak of a pandemic disease around the world, and that God should grant the world the necessary breakthrough for a cure,” Ositelu added.

In view of manifestation of the prediction even here in Nigeria, the church in a statement by its Secretary-General, Bishop Emmanuel Kolawole, pronounced the decision of the organisation to put worship services on hold in order to curb the spread of the virus.

“It has become necessary to review our organisation’s schedule of activities in view of the current situation in the country,” Bishop Kolawole said.

He further stated that as part of their allegiance and duty to safeguard the country, even as state governments have made pronouncements to suspend public meetings and gatherings so as to control the spread of the virus, the Church had postponed her monthly service, “Victory Night”, scheduled to start on Friday, March 20, 2020.

“In effect, the Victory Night has been postponed until further notice, including this weekend (20-03-2020) Victory Night Service, due to the proclamation of the governments.

“As a law-abiding organisation, we owe to God to obey the authorities. May the good Lord continually protect and preserve everyone of us in Jesus mighty name, amen,” stated Bishop Kolawole.

On Wednesday, the Lagos State Government, in a statement by the Commissioner for Home Affairs, Prince Anofiu Elegushi, declared that the state had banned all religious gathering of over 50 people within the state.

Also, the Ogun State government in a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the state Governor, Kunle Somorin, banned social clubs, halls, cinemas, nightclubs, restaurants, cafes, and sports arenas described as high-density gatherings of people, restricting the meeting of 50 or more people.

In view of the development, the C&S Movement Church, Surulere District Headquarters has complied with the directives of the Lagos State Government regarding the suspension of all religious gatherings with more 50 worshippers due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Also, the Supreme Head, Cherubim & Seraphim Unification Church of Nigeria, His Most Eminence, Dr, Prophet Solomon Adegboyega Alao JP, instructed all churches in Lagos and Ogun states to comply with the directives of governments in both states, suspending religious gatherings that are more than 50 people.


Aregbesola Insists On Digitalisation Of Security Agencies




The Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola said for the country to get things right with the security challenges in Nigeria, digitalization of intelligence gathering and monitoring is the best approach.


He emphasized that the world had gone past the manual process of operation as it is still being done in Nigeria presently.



Responding at the IT Audit Presentation on the Ministry of Interior and its Agencies to the Minister by Mr. Folusho Philips, Chairman of Philips Consult, Aregbesola pledged that he would make sure his Ministry put the necessary efforts and tools in place to ensure maximum capacity building for digitalization in the Ministry and the agencies under his watch.



He said “What distinguished the individual is how he can challenge and overcome situations”. He advised that Nigerian leaders should put in all their best to overcome the security challenges facing the country to distinguish the country to meet world digital standard.



The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Dr Shuaib Belgore, mentioned that significant efforts have already commenced to fully digitalize operations in the Ministry.


He stated that the Electronic Data Management System which would ensure digitalization of file records and implementation of the Human Resource Module of the IPPIS are set to take off in the Ministry. He however emphasized the need for more funding to be appropriated to further strengthen the Ministry’s Information Technology backbone.



The presentation identified that the Ministry and its agencies are yet to update in the digital world’s standard and needed to braze up to the world acceptable practices in the quest to curb insecurity and bring peace to the Nation.



The Directors commended the Minister’s initiative and efforts to see that insecurity is a thing of the past in Nigeria.



Present during the presentation are the Permanent Secretary, Directors in the Ministry, representatives of the agencies and the delegation of Philips Consultant.

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”Its Not Our Building” Senators Reject Ownership Of Leaky National Assembly Building




Senate President Ahmad Lawan has urged Nigerians to stop bashing the National Assembly management for the parliament’s leaky roof, even as it is being maintained that the building housing the National Assembly belong to the FCTA.



During Tuesday’s downpour, the roof of the White House, where the two chambers of the National Assembly are started leaking, resulting to the lobby being taken over by flood.



Many Nigerians and civic groups described the incident as a national embarrassment.



Reacting to the media reports on the incident, the Deputy Whip of the Senate, Senator Sabi Abdullahi, raised a point of order, saying the reports breached the privilege of the lawmakers.



He clarified that the Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA) was in charge of the maintenance of the complex and not the lawmakers against the belief of many Nigerians.



Abdullahi noted that the N37 billion earmarked for the renovation of the National Assembly complex in the 2020 budget was slashed to N9 billion in the revised one.



He said up till now, nothing has been done.



The Senate President said the roof leakage confirmed the position of the lawmakers that the building was due for renovation.



Lawan said: “The fact that there was a leakage to me is a clear testimony, confirmation and vindication of the position the national assembly took initially.



“Everyone knows that this place is overdue for rehabilitation. We went to see Mr President and he was gracious and he asked us to meet with FCTA, the owners of the building.



“Myself, the speaker, late chief of staff and minister of finance met to look for money for the rehabilitation of the national assembly.



“When the N37 billion was approved, it was not a National Assembly budget, it was an FCDA budget.



“If this place leaks, we are not holding our democracy with the respect it has. We expect the press to inform the people responsibly.



“This house is the house of Nigerians. It belongs to Nigerians and it deserves to be rehabilitated.”

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Guest Flees As Hotel Uncovers Murdered Female Companion




The Kwara State Police Command has begun searching for a man who allegedly killed a lady in a hotel in Ilorin, the state capital, about three weeks ago.



The suspect, whom the police identified as Adegboye James of Okelowo Street, Ede, Osun State, was alleged to have murdered the lady whom he brought to the hotel on Adewole Housing Estate, Ilorin, on May 27, 2021.



The police, in a statement signed by the command’s Public Relations Officer, Ajayi Okasanmi, said the address given by the suspect was fake and could not be traced.



He called on members of the public whose daughter or female relation was missing since May 28, 2021, to check the Homicide Section of the State Criminal Investigation Department for possible identification of the corpse.



The statement read, “On May 28, 2021, around 7.30pm, we responded to a call from one  Olalekan Anafi, the supervisor of Premium Diamond Hotel, in the Adewole area of Ilorin that on May 27, 2021, around 2pm, one Adegboye James, lodged at their hotel.



“The said Adegboye James went out and came back with a lady.  The said Adegboye James later checked out of the hotel without the knowledge of any of the hotel staff.



“In the morning of the following day when nothing was heard from the room occupied by the said lodger, a spare key was used to open the room and the hotel was confronted by the dead body of the lady.


“Investigation into the incident is already at an advanced stage as ordered by the Commissioner of Police, Kwara State, CP Mohammed Bagega, to arrest the lodger whose name and address as reflected in the hotel’s logbook is fake.”


In another development, the Kwara State command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps said its operatives are searching for a motorist who allegedly cut off the hand of a seven-year-old Alimanjiri student, Usman Abubakar, of Malam Aliu Adamu School, Patigi, in the Patigi Local Government Area of the state.



A statement by the Public Relations Officer of the NSCDC, Babawale Afolabi, said the child was allegedly kidnapped together with his schoolmate by the unknown motorist, who promised to take them to where they would eat on Monday night.



Babawale said the suspect, who is now at large with the boy’s hand, later escaped into the bush.



He said the victim lost much blood and was treated at the Patigi General Hospital.



The PRO said the NSCDC had commenced investigation into the incident.

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