Primate Ayodele Releases New Prophecy
The Leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has sent strong warnings to Uganda President, Yoweri Museveni.
Primate Ayodele revealed that he foresees Museveni’s government being truncated by military forces, except he starts working against it immediately.
Among these warnings, he mentioned the President’s health, the economy of the country, opposition, bereavement as important things the president should work on as he foresees a serious crisis in those areas.
In a statement by his Media Aide, Oluwatosin Osho, Ayodele said, ‘’In the coming days, President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda will face serious challenges. He should be watchful of his health because I see him struggling to survive.
‘’He must also be prayerful so that he won’t be bereaved, I see death hovering around his family members and close allies, it is time for him to be close to God to prevent these things.
‘’I see his government being truncated by military forces, what I see looks like a military coup, there will be an attempt to take over his government, he must pray and immediately reorganize the country’s military.
‘’I see the economy of Uganda facing challenges. The opposition will continue to make waves and I foresee political assassination.”
Nnamdi Kanu Must Answer For His Crimes Against Nigeria—Arewa Consultative Forum Tells Ohanaeze Ndigbo
The Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) has stated that if Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), is released unconditionally without facing trial on terrorism-related charges, he will be above the law.
As a result, the Northern group chastised Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the apex Igbo socio-cultural group, for requesting that President Muhammadu Buhari release the separatist leader.
Kanu is eligible for a presidential pardon after being convicted, but the ACF opposes his release while his trial is still ongoing.
Emmanuel Yawe, the ACF’s National Publicity Secretary, stated that anyone accused of a serious crime against the state should be allowed to face the law.
Uzodimma Submits 17 Commissioner-nominees To Imo Assembly
About six months after the sack of some Commissioners, Governor Hope Uzodimma of Imo State has officially forwarded 17 nominees to the State House of Assembly for screening and confirmation as Commissioners.
Rt. Hon. Goodluck Opia, a former Speaker of the House of Assembly, is among the nominees.
During a brief House session on Monday, Speaker Kennedy Ibeh announced the names.
Others nominated are the immediate-past State Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Dr Love Ineh; Chief Ford Ozurumba, a former governorship candidate; Professors Duru Emmanuel Chukwuma, Ifunanya Okoroduru, C. O. Nwosu, Kenneth Amaeshi.
Others are Drs Prosper Ohayagha, Elias Emedom, senior Journalist and erstwhile Commissioner for Local Government under Chief Ikedi Ohakim, Barr Keziechi Ogaziechi, Barr Rex Anunobi, Barr Rex Anunobi, Mrs Ruby Emele, Messers Simon Ebegbulem, and Anukwuem Okechukwu.
Others are Hon Stanley Obidiegwu, Mrs Ann Dozie, and Hauwa Rabbi Ibrahim.
Out of the 17 nominees, only four are women.
WAEC releases results; 80.56% processed, 19.44% left
The release of the results of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination, WASSCE for School Candidates, 2021 in Nigeria have been released with a total of 80.56 per cent fully processed, and 19.44 per cent still being processed due to some issues being resolved.
The Head of Nigeria National office of the Council on Monday, Mr Patrick Areghan disclosed this on Monday where he announced that a total of One Million, Five Hundred and Seventy-Three Thousand, Eight Hundred and Forty-Nine (1,573,849) candidates registered for the examination from Nineteen Thousand, Four Hundred and Twenty Five (19,425) recognised secondary schools in the country.
Of the number that registered for the examination, One Million, Five Hundred and Sixty Thousand, Two Hundred and Sixty One (1,560,261) candidates sat the examination.
Stating that the body needed to be praised for the timely release of results after 45 days of completion of the examination that ran between August 16 and October 8, 2021, despite the myriad of challenges it faced in some parts of the country, coupled with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.