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Monday, 6 November 2017

Controversial S/A Pastor, Penuel Mnguni Feeds Worshipers Cockroach And Poisonous Flowers (Photos)

Controversial South African Pastor Penuel Mnguni , is at again and this time he reportedly gave his congregants cockroach and poisonous flower to eat during church service yesterday.

According to the message shared on the church’s official Facebook handle, the act was just to demonstrate faith with the glory that never fades. Here’s what was written on the handle;

“Demonstration of God’s Power
The man of God taught about the faith with the glory that never fades. Glory that is in the spirit that allows you to command anything to be anything you want. As he was ministering He called a cockroach to appear in the church indeed a cockroach appeared and the man of God explained that in the glory that never fades because it is in the presence of God by just speaking upon the cockroach it will nolonger be just a cockroach but it will be food from above for whatever we touch or speak upon becomes from what is from above for we carry the glory that never fades.
He then called out the congregation to come forward and eat. Assuring them that as they about to eat they will be eating the mystery Christ. Two brothers came and shared it with each other, As they were eating it by the surprise to Mr Charles it tasted like a cheese that is not ordinary and to Mr Eric it tasted like spices. The man of God declared that as they ate their level of teaching will grow and it will never be the same. As he spoke this words the power of God touched them both greatly as they partook what is from the father. To God Be The Glory”

Wednesday, 1 November 2017

3-storey building collapses in Lagos

3-storey building under construction collapses overnight on Lagos street, Herbert Macaulay, Ebuta Meta, #Lagos; no casualties recorded.

Lady abducts, sells her cousin's children for N1.1m, after thinking she had killed their mom

The police command in Imo State on Monday paraded members of a syndicate that specialised in stealing and selling children. The state Commissioner of Police, Chris Ezike said the gang members operated in Imo and Enugu states and had committed many atrocities.

Ezike said Obinna Eze, Oluchi Chibuike, Vitalis Lumanze, Nkiru Nwanedu, Chinyere Nwudu and one Jacinta, were arrested by the police for allegedly kidnapping and selling a five-year-old boy, Francis Nwachukwu and his two-year-old sibling, Chinaza Nwachukwu, for N1.1m.

“On August 29, 2017, Oluchi Chibuike, the cousin of one Abigail Uka, came to Uzoagba, in the Ikeduru LGA of Imo State, in company with one Obinna Eze, who Oluchi said was her intended husband.

Their mission was to take Abigail and her two children to visit Obinna’s house at Afara, in the Mbaitoli LGA”, Ezike said. The CP disclosed that Eze took Uka and her two children on his motorcycle at about 12pm to his residence.

He said unknown to the victim, Eze and Oluchi had concluded plans to attack her and take away her children. According to him, in order for the two prime suspects to achieve their plan, they allegedly hired the services of one Vitalis Lumanze and Chinatu, who they paid N160,000 to attack her on their way back.

“At about 7pm of the same day, along Amankuta Mbieri, a lonely bush path, the two hired men attacked the victim and dumped her inside the bush, thinking that she had died. Obinna and Oluchi took the two children back to Obinna’s house,” he added.

According to the police boss, in the morning of August 30, 2017, Oluchi and Obinna allegedly took the two children to Enugu State and sold them to one Nkiru Nwanedu for N1.1m.

“Nkiru Nwanedu, 45, resold the children to one Jacinta Amadi of Egede in the Udi LGA of Enugu State,” Ezike added. Ezike said the only fleeing member of the gang, identified as Chinatu, would soon be arrested.




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