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Church in abuja where pastor charges 50k for miracle swimming pool.

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Church in abuja where pastor charges 50k for miracle swimming pool.
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There are so many weird things being heard about some proposed men of God that actually leave some people wondering whether these men were actually called by God or they are the ones that called thier selves. From the stories of staged miracles to sexual scandals with their church members and so many other stories that is not supposed to be associated with men of God. Which is raising so many eyebrows.

There is a current trending story of a particular pastor in the city of Abuja who has a miracle swimming pool inside his church premises where church members in dire need of miracle pay an amount of money believed to be around 50 thousand naira before they swim in the miraculous swimming pool and receive thier miracles. According to reports, the church is located along kubwa axis of abuja.



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    Buhari returns to Abuja, attends in-laws wedding

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    President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday returned to Abuja after a 2-day working visit to Lagos state where he inaugurated some projects and also attended the 10th Ahmed Tinubu’s Colloquium.

    The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that on his return, Mr. Buhari went straight to the National Mosque Abuja where he performed the 2-Raka’at Juma’at prayer.

    The president also witnessed the wedding fatiha of Hamza Ahmed and Hadiza Jika which was performed immediately after the prayer session at the mosque. The groom, Hamza, is a younger brother to Aisha Buhari, the president’s wife The senate president, Bukola Saraki, Governors of Nasarawa and Bauchi States, Tanko Almakura and Mohammed Abubakar, respectively were among the dignitaries that witnessed the event.

    Other personalities at the wedding were the National Security Adviser to the President, Babagana Mongonu, cabinet ministers and former national chairman of PDP, Ahmodu Ali.

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    Professor Yemi Osinbajo has said that Nigeria cannot be policed centrally from Abuja

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    Professor Yemi Osinbajo has said that Nigeria cannot be policed centrally from Abuja
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    Osinbajo speaking at the senate, security summit on Thursday said: For a country our size, to meet the one policeman to 400 persons according to the UN prescribed ratio, we would require almost triple the number of our current police force. Far more funding for the military and security agencies is required, he said. We cannot police a country the size of Nigeria centrally from Abuja. State police and other community policing methods are clearly the way to go. The nature of our security challenges are complex. Securing Nigerias over 900sq/km and its 180 million people requires far more men and materials than we have at the moment. It also requires a continual re-engineering of our security architecture and strategies. This has to be a dynamic process. Let me reiterate that on no account will any land be seized or forcefully taken to create ranches or grazing areas. All insinuations to that effect should be disregarded, he said. Instead, it is in our view that states that are willing should cooperate even with willing investors into commercially viable government supported ranches or livestock production centers for commercial use. More details soon

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    ONE KILLED IN ABUJA AS TAXI DRIVERS CLASH WITH JOINT TASK FORCE

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    ONE KILLED IN ABUJA AS TAXI DRIVERS CLASH WITH JOINT TASK FORCE
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    One person was shot to death during a violent clash between taxi drivers and members of the Joint Task Force of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) at the Wuse Market in Abuja on Wednesday.

    The victim was allegedly shot by one of the members of the Joint Task Force.

    According to an eyewitness, Segun Aderibigbe, the task force arrived at Wuse market near Golden Gate Hotel to arrest some taxi drivers who were alleged to have parked their vehicles along the road.

    Trouble started when members of the task force allegedly demanded money ranging from N5,000 to N6,000 from those arrested. It was gathered that an argument ensued due to the inability of some drivers to pay the amount demanded by the task force.

    The confrontation between the taxi drivers and Joint Task Force escalated into a violent clash leading to the death of one driver. Our correspondent gathered that the corpse of the slain driver was then taken away by the task force.

    Irked by this development, the drivers took to the streets to protest the death of their colleague. They barricaded the Abacha Expressway and some started a bonfire on the road.

    Commercial activities at Wuse Market were brought to a halt, as passers-by and traders hurriedly locked their shops and scampered for safety.

    When SaharaReporters visited the market, some of the visibly angry drivers were seen preventing motorists from driving through Berger-Wuse Road and other roads leading to the market.

    A fire truck that arrived at the scene was nearly mobbed by the protesters as they attacked all security agents who tried to intervene.

    The protesters accused the Joint Task Force of extortion and harassment and therefore demanded that it be decommissioned.

    Speaking to SaharaReporters, some of the drivers said that the task force has been impounding their vehicles and demanding money for their return.

    They explained further that the task force has deviated from its primary assignment by victimizing innocent citizens.

    “They killed one of our colleagues after they demanded money from him but he refused to give them any. This is not the first time; it is on daily basis and they harass us with their guns, particularly at Nicon Junction, Mabushi-Berger and Wuse Market.  

    “They are like a killer squad. If you don't have money to give them they will arrest you and impound your car,” one of the drivers, who requested anonymity, told our correspondent.

    The irate mob vowed not to open the road until the Minister of FCT, Muhammed Bello, directs the task force to produce the corpse of their colleague and and scrap the team.

     

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