Tuesday, February 7, 2012

RIP Alhaji Abdulkadir Dantata…Chairman of DANTATA & SAWOE Construction Company Nigeria (Ltd)

Alhaji Abdulkadir Dantata
The Death of Alhaji Abdulkadir S. A. Dantata (MFR) Chairman of DANTATA & SAWOE Construction Company Nigeria (Ltd) has been reported…Alhaji Abdulkadir S. A. Dantata passed away earlier today, Feb. 7, 2012.

May his Soul RIPP…

Dantata, eldest son of the late Alhaji Sanusi, and the elder brother to Aminu Dantata died at a German hospital on Tuesday.

Personal assistant to the deceased, Alhaji Auwalu Dansadau confirmed his demise in Kano, adding that his remains would be flown from Germany to Kano on Wednesday, where he would be buried according to Islamic rites.

Boko Haram Appoint Four Northern Leaders To Dialogue With Nigerian Govt?

The extremist Islamic sect, Boko Haram may be considering the invitation to dialogue with the federal government as it named some Northern leaders to negotiate with the government on its behalf.

Although, the veracity of the video is being investigated by security agents, as it came on a day that multiple blasts rocked Kaduna with the armed forces as target.
Those named in the video on the Nigerian Television Authority, NTA, are:  Sheik Abubakar Gero, Dr. Shettima Ali Monguno, Alh Ali Bukar Ibrahim, the former governor of Yobe State.

The fourth name listed was not clear in the video to be identified.

The tape which NTA claimed was delivered by an unidentified source featured two figures, fully masked in black.  Only the voice of one was heard, while the other was silent.

“We here confirmed and accept the reported initiative of the President for a dialogue as a welcome development”, the speaker who did not identify himself said.

According to him, the group trusts the named leaders and said “the decision taken by these people can actually change the whole situation”.

Don’t Detain Suspects For More Than 24hours - Acting IG of Police, Mohammed Abubakar Orders

The Acting Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar has ordered the officials of the Nigeria Police Force to stop detaining suspects in cells for more than 24 hours as required by law.

Mr Abubakar gave this order on Tuesday in a meeting with deputy commissioners of police at Abuja. He said this new order was part of his reform agenda for the police force. He also warned that “torture will no longer be allowed any more in police cell” and that “any command found wanting will be heavily sanctioned.”

The new acting police boss also warned the officers against all forms of indiscipline and corruption in the various post of duty.

He announced that a monitoring team has been put in place to ensure that the rules of engagement in the Police force are strictly adhered to.

Acknowledging that the Force is overwhelmed with the spate of security challenges in the country, Mr Abubakar stated that there are plans to “review the laws guiding police operations to bring them to par with modern policing techniques.”

Mr Abubakar assumed the office of acting Inspector General of Police a fortnight ago following the removal of his predecessor, Hafaz Ringim due to the unprecedented security challenges in the nation.


The Notorious B.I.G’s Kids Pay Tribute To Father In XXL‘S March Issue

CHRISTOPHER GEORGE LATORE Wallace, a.k.a. The Notorious B.I.G., will be recognized in XXL‘s latest issue. This year marks 15 years since the rapper was brutally murdered.

In addition to honoring NotoriousXXL will also reflect on the headway that hip-hop made in the year 1997. According to many experts in the music industry 1997 was by far the most successful year within the hip-hop arena. The magazine will explore the progresses and failures of the industry during this time through an essay.
B.I.G. had two children by Jan Jackson and Faith Evans. Both T’Yanna and Christopher “CJ’ Wallace will talk about their father in the issue.
What Would The Notorious B.I.G Look Like At 40? 

Five Killed As Boko Haram Armoury Was Discovered At Mariri On The Outskirts Of Kano Municipality Monday Night

According to THISDAY at least five Boko Haram members have lost their lives while several others sustained gunshot wounds following a shoot out between a combined team of army and policemen and suspected sect members at Mariri on the outskirts of Kano Municipality Monday night.

Residents of the area told THISDAY under condition of anonymity that what happened was that at about 6pm on Monday a combined team of army and policemen accosted a man suspected to be a Boko Haram member who according to the eye witness ran and entered into a house at Mariri Village, which is located on the outskirts of Kano municipality.

He said there was heavy exchange of fire between the security team and the people inside the house, adding that the shoot out lasted for over six hours with heavy explosions that shook the entire place.

THISDAY in Kano learnt that the shoot out lasted for about six hours Monday night and left a bungalow which had been the centre of the exchange of gun fire shattered while the corpses of two victims were mutilated.

It was learnt that when the security team finally gained access into the house they were said to have discovered a large trench dug in the middle of the house and when it was dug opened they discover about 10 AK47 riffles, a large number of magazines and ammunition and bags of fertilizers.

Fertilizer is a key ingredient in the manufacture of locally made improvised explosive devices.

State Commissioner of Police, Alhaji Ibrahim Idris confirmed the incidence and stated that 10 AK47 riffles were recovered in the house with 26 magazines, 106 rounds of ammunition, seven bags of fertilizer with several arrests made while some casualties were recorded.

He, however, said no death was recorded.

PHOTO: Explosions At Military Bases In Kaduna, Nigeria

A scene from the Kaduna explosion
KADUNA, Nigeria (Agency Report) - Two explosions struck Tuesday near army and air force bases on the outskirts of the central Nigerian city, Kaduna , the heart of riots last year that killed hundreds, officials said.

"NEMA rescue team alerted to explosion at military formations in Kaduna," the National Emergency Management Agency said in a brief statement. "Yet to confirm the nature of explosion or casualties."

Emergency officials confirmed the blasts occurred at the base of the 1st Mechanized Division near the town of Kawo and at the air force's training base near Mando. The officials declined to be named given the sensitivity of the matter.

Army and air force spokesmen could not be immediately reached for comment.


Foremost Economist, Prof Sam Aluko Is Dead, Aged 83

Nigeria’s foremost economist, Prof. Sam Aluko is dead, aged 83. He died Tuesday, February 7, 2012 in a London hospital, United Kingdom.

His views on the nation’s economy are internationally respected.

Although he was criticised for serving in the late Gen. Sani Abacha as Chairman, National Economic Intelligence, but Aluko in a recent interview before his death, said he had no regrets in serving the late General Sani Abacha as economic adviser.

The late Aluko who hailed from Ekiti state, graduated with a distinction from the London School of Economics. Whilst a student there in the 1950s, he criticised the budget of the government of Obafemi Awolowo so often, that to shut him up, the Western Region withdrew his scholarship and requested that he return to Nigeria.

The school authorities however replied that if the scholarship were to be withdrawn, the school would take over and foot the bill. He was thereafter sent a letter of congratulations signed by Chief Awolowo himself.

By the time Nigeria’s Constitutional Conference was held in 1957, Awolowo invited the young Aluko for dinner, and thereafter began to seek his council on economic policies. When Nigeria attained independence in 1960, Aluko entered politics as the Secretary General of the Ekiti Peoples Party from where he was elected Chairman of the Ado District Council.

Many notable economists passed through him in his days in the University of Ife where he was the first Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences

Metropolitan Police Offer £20,000 Reward To Catch Killer Of Nigerian Minicab Driver Michael Okonko-Nwoso

Michael Okonko-Nwoso and Wife, Catherine at Ikoyi Registry, Lagos, Nigeria
DETECTIVES are offering a reward of up to £20,000 in an attempt to catch the killers of a minicab driver in Abbey Wood.

On June 19 2010 at 4.55am Nigerian Michael Okonko-Nwoso was found collapsed in Cookhill Road, lying by his silver Ford Galaxy (ND52 DJX).

The doors of the vehicle were open but valuable items such as a Sat-Nav were still in the car. Mr Okonko-Nwoso, a married father-of-two from Plumstead, was taken to hospital suffering from head injuries but died later that day.
Officers continue to appeal for help in identifying a person who was seen in the area around the time of the 49-year-old's death, who was caught on CCTV in nearby Eynsham Drive.

Detective Chief Inspector Charles King, who is leading the investigation for the Homicide and Serious Crime Command, said: "Almost two years on from Michael's death we are no closer to establishing a motive for his murder.
However, what we do know is that Michael was a law-abiding, hardworking family man who died whilst going about his everyday business. He has left behind his wife Catherine and two young daughters who are devastated without him. "We know that he was in the Sewell Road area shortly after 4.30am on the day he died.
"We are still very keen to speak to anybody who was in Sewell Road or Cookhill Road any time between 4am and 5am."I am still particularly keen to speak to a man captured on CCTV running along the parade of shops between 4.42am and 4.44am in Eynsham Drive, Abbey Wood, around the time Michael was injured as they may have vital information.
Officers continue to appeal for help in identifying 
a person who was seen in the area around the time of
 the 49-year-old's death, who was caught on CCTV
 in nearby Eynsham Drive.
"I would urge anyone who recognises the man to contact the police."

Between June 19, 2010 and January 19 last year four men, aged 19, 27, 28 and 34 were arrested in connection with the investigation. They have all been released with no further action.

Anyone with information should call 020 8721 4054 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Detectives from the investigation will be in and around Cookhill Road tomorrow today, February 7 from midday.

VIDEO: Jay-Z "Rocs" Out At Carnegie Hall With Alicia Keys & Nas, FIRST Live Performance Of "Glory"

Jay-Z put on his white Tom Ford dinner jacket and charitable cap for tonight's big event at Carnegie Hall.  And even Nas Alicia Keys made surprise appearances.  
As part of the Shawn Carter Foundation's philanthropic work to benefit United Way, new papa Jay-Z took the stage for the first of 2 nights of charitable concerts.  Check out his first live performance of the song he did with (and for) his new baby girl Blue Ivy:

Jay opened up the whole with a 36-piece orchestra and his tracks "PSA" and "Thank You". Then went into "Most Kingz" and "You Don't Know."  And performed umpteen of his other tracks throughout the night.

Alicia Keys made a surprise appearance to rock the stage with Hov for "Empire State of Mind."  And Nas hit the stage for "N.Y. State of Mind" (Nas' track off Illmatic) with Mrs. Keyz-Beatz and also his own track "If I Ruled the World."


Beyoncé Makes FIRST POST-BABY APPEARANCE At Jay-Z's Carnegie Hall Show & Afterparty!

How is that even possible? She looks FABULOUS. First photo of Beyoncé since giving birth to Baby Blue IVY Carter. She stepped out in support of husband Jay Z‘s two night stint at New York’s historic Carnegie Hall. And it was all in support of her hubby Jay-Z.  Beyoncé in red at Carnegie Hall AND at the afterparty at 40/40 inside...

That Grape Juice is reporting that she is soon scheduled to return to the set of her Clint Eastwood-directed next film ‘A Star Is Born’.

The real question is, how did she get back in shape so quick. It’s only been a month. Interesting OH!

Monday, February 6, 2012

Fresh Attack On Police Station In Kano…Bomb Explosions In Maiduguri Earlier This Evening

A police station (Sharada Police Station) has come under attack from gunmen in the northern Nigerian city of Kano earlier this evening. Eyewitnesses spoke of hearing a large explosion followed by gunshots in the Sharada district.

Explosions were also heard at a market in the flashpoint north-eastern city of Maiduguri, AFP news agency reports.

The region saw a series of co-ordinated attacks last month by Islamist militant group Boko Haram, which left more than 150 people dead.

Boko Haram has said it wants to overthrow the national government and install an Islamic state.

Gunfire could still be heard around the police station in Sharada more than an hour after the first explosion, Reuters news agency reports.
Resident Bala Salisu told AFP he had just arrived home in time for a curfew when he heard the blast.

"Shortly, gunshots followed. From what I heard it sounded like a shootout," he said.

To the east, a senior military official in Maiduguri, Col Victor Ebhaleme, confirmed to AFP that blasts had been heard in the market area of the city.

Maiduguri resident Aisha Goni told AFP: "I heard five explosions around the market and plumes of of black smoke... filled the air.

"The market is still on fire. Soldiers and policeman have taken over the whole area."

{story via BBC}

Former Nigerian Minister Of Foreign Affairs, Matthew Tawo Mbu Is Dead, Aged 82

Former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Matthew Tawo Mbu, is dead. A statement by veteran photojournalist, Sunmi Smart-Cole on behalf of the family on Monday announced the passing of their patriarch in London at the age of 82.
Funeral arrangements will be announced later.

Chief Mbu was born on November 20, 1929, in Okundi, Cross River State. He received his early education at Okundi Primary School from 1937 to 1940.

He also attended the Kakwagon Seminary School between 1941and 1943 before proceeding to Middle Temple and University College, London, from 1955 to 1959 where he received the LLB and the LLM. Chief Mbu was subsequently called to the Bar, Middle Temple.

Chief M.T. Mbu’s political career began with his membership of Parliament from 1952 to 1955. He has also served his country in various capacities including:
•Federal Minister of Labour, 1954
•High Commissioner to UK, 1955 to 1959
•Representative of Nigeria, Washington DC. 1966.

He holds the distinction of being the youngest Nigerian ever to serve in the federal cabinet. Between 1960 and 1966, Chief Mbu returned to serve again in Parliament. During the latter stint in Parliament, he also doubled as Federal Minister of Defense for Naval Affairs.

He was appointed Chairman, Eastern Nigeria Public Service Commission in 1967, and became Member Constituent Assembly, 1977- 78. He was first national vice-chairman, Nigeria People’s Party, 1979 to 1981 before ‘decamping’ to the National Party of Nigeria from 1981 to 1983.

On several occasions, Chief Mbu has represented his Nation as an ambassador to foreign countries including a recent appointment as Ambassador to Germany. He has also served as the Pro-Chancellor, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
Ambassador Mbu is married to Katherine Anigbo and blessed with six children.

Chief Mbu was also leader of the South-South Peoples Assembly, (SSPA); a non-political organization that was created to help promote the interests of the peoples of South-South geo-political zone.

Ex-Militants Back To Bombing Business, Bombed Hotel In Delta State Earlier Today

According to Vanguard ex-Militants undergoing training under the Federal Government Amnesty Programme, Monday, bombed a hotel, (Vanguard withheld the hotel name) , Osubi in Okpe local government area of Delta State, which served as their temporal home since last year.
The ex-militants alleged that the consultant was colluding with the management of the hotel to deprive them of their entitlements and shelled the hotel with dynamites.

The hotel management and a source close to the consultant, Generic College, however, described the allegation as unfounded.  It was gathered that the ex-militants were not interested in staying in the hotel or undergoing any training and what they simply wanted was for the consultant to give them money meant for their hotel accommodation and other allowances.

It was gathered that for some months running, it had been a running battle between the consultant and the recalcitrant ex-militants.
Lawfab Hotel...
When Vanguard visited the hotel, it was discovered that a section of the two-storey building collapsed as a result of the bombing. Several rooms were affected and the debris of the shattered blocks, doors and roof were all over the place.

Delta State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Ibrahim MammanTsafe, Director of SSS in the state, Area Commanders of Police in Ughelli and Warri visited the scene of the incident, Monday.

The Joint Task Force on the Niger-Delta, Anti-Terrorism Squad and Anti-Bomb Squad were said to have made some arrest as the time of our visit but the details were not available.

An official of the hotel who spoke to Vanguard said he got a report at about 4.00 am on Monday that the hotel was collapsing and rushed down to the hotel, only to find the ex-militants in a “war” mood.


CRUEL: A baby cries before she is mutilated
THIS week marks the eighth International Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Day on February 6.
Highlighting the issue of FGM and seeking to improve the quality of life of vulnerable African girls and women is FORWARD (Foundation for Women's Health Research and Development); an African Diaspora charity, which has campaigned for countless years to end FGM around the world.

Here, Janelle Oswald speaks to FORWARD’s Executive Director Naana Otoo-Oyortey, OBE, and Policy and Information Officer Estelle Robinson to learn about the myths and realities of this widely condemned practice.

What is FGM, and who practises it?
FGM is sometimes called Female Genital Cutting (FGC) or Female Circumcision (FC) and involves the removal of part of the external female genitalia for socio cultural reasons.
People practice it because it is something that their mothers, grandmothers and great grandmothers have practiced for a very long time and the primary reasons for the practice of FGM are marriage, sexual control and economics for many communities.
There are four types of FGM. Type one is where the clitoris or the clitoral hood is cut off. Type two is where the clitoris and inner lips are removed.
Type three is where the clitoris, inner lips and outer lips are cut away and the remaining skin is sewn or sealed, leaving only a small opening (infibulation). And type four is all other harmful practices, which could include pricking, piercing, cutting, scraping and burning.

What is the biggest myth about FGM?
The biggest myth about FGM is that it is a religious/Islamic obligation. But there is no evidence to suggest that FGM is required by Islam, Christianity, Judaism, or any other religion.
Islamic scholars and clerics have stressed that Islam forbids people from inflicting harm on others, and that those putting their daughters through FGM, or carrying out or aiding FGM, are going against the teachings of Islam.
However, FGM is not only practised by Muslims but is also common among Christians, particular Coptic Christians in Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea and Ethiopia.
Further myths that surround the female genitalia include its impact on hygiene, basic biology (e.g. it will grow, it will damage the baby), sexuality and fidelity. The reality is that so many different reasons are given to justify this practice.

SAD: A young girl is held down before undergoing FGM

Is FGM only an African problem?
No. While FGM is predominantly seen to be an African problem – and is practiced in at over 28 countries in Africa – it is also prevalent in parts of the Middle East and South East Asia.
FGM is also a major issue of concern in Australia, Europe and North America. This is a result of the increased migration of affected communities.

Does FGM take place in the UK?
It is practiced in the UK on girls including British born girls from families from FGM-affected countries. In the UK, current estimates indicate that over 100,000 women have been affected by FGM in England and Wales alone.
The European Parliament estimates that over 500,000 women and girls have undergone FGM within Europe. Unpublished data from the Midwifery Department of City University indicates that between 2007 and 2009, about 7000 women affected by FGM delivered babies in UK hospitals.

What can readers do to fight against FGM?
FGM is a global human rights violation and requires action at a global level to ensure effective accountability and action to end this practice. As we mark theInternational Day of Zero Tolerance to FGM on February 6, this is a time for global action. It would be great to ask the UK government to put in place a national action plan to tackle FGM.
Action areas required for readers include writing to your local MP to influence the UK government to take more proactive action to end FGM in the UK and to provide development assistance to end it globally. Join campaigns at local levels to support community-based organisations to empower communities to end FGM and join the global move to end FGM and raise your voice.
TRADITIONS: Some of the instruments used for the practice
What medical help is available for women who have been affected by FGM?
In the UK, girls and women who have had FGM and experience health complications can access specialist health services that meet their specific needs.
GPs, or health care professional (e.g. midwives or health visitors) are there to help with any health issues associated with FGM. Some hospitals and clinics also provide specialist FGM services in their African Well Women Clinics.
These free specialist services provide a wide range of medical support, advice and information to any girl or woman who has undergone FGM.
How does male circumcision differ from FGM?
Physically, in male circumcision only the foreskin is removed without harming the penis itself. If male circumcision was the same as FGM for women, then most of the penis would be cut off.
Psychologically and medically, there are more lasting damage inflicted on a woman who has undergone FGM than a man who has undergone male circumcision.
But the most important differences are the reasons behind the practices. FGM is carried out as a societal control on women.
Unlike FGM, male circumcision is not performed to preserve virginity or to decrease male sexual desire or drive. Male circumcision is not linked to the control of men’s sexual behaviour while FGM is practiced as a way to control women’s sexual behaviours to make sure they remain virgins before marriage and faithful during marriage.
REALITY: Blunt and Dirty instrument used to carry out FGM
Where do you see the future of African Women?
While many people have wrongly said that the campaign against FGM is being pushed by Westerners, this seems to negate the role of many committed African women who have bravely stood up against this practice and paved the way by breaking the silence on this taboo subject.
Indeed, while action is required from all players to address the issue, what is required to make a break with this age old tradition is when women from communities that practice FGM come together to take action to end it.
African women can play a catalytic role to build the capacity of key players, make their voices heard and raise resources to provide support services. The time is now and we all need to play our part.

INSECURITY: Kano State Govt Plans To Marry Off 1,000 Widows

As part of measures to ensure sustainable peace and reduce social tension in the state, the Kano State government has planned to marry off 1,000 widows any time from now.

This was revealed by Malam Aminu Daurawa, commander-general of the state Hisba Board, at the command’s office on Sharada Road in Kano metropolis.

He said that the measure is aimed, among others, at making  young men become more responsible to themselves  and to the society, “and is going to  be sustained,” he said.

This is coming on the heels of the havoc wrought on the state by the attacks of Boko Haram during which over 200 lives were lost recently.

Read more HERE

22-Year-Old Housewife Commits Suicide In Lagos

All that Seun, the shocked husband of 22-year-old woman, simply known as Mama Favour, who allegedly hanged herself last week Wednesday, could mutter was “my wife o” as the lifeless body dangled from the room ceiling. Seun, a 28-year-old petrol station attendant, living at No. 31, Sumonu Giwa Street, Ile-Epo, Iyana Ipaja area of Lagos State had come home on that fateful night to discover the lifeless body of his wife hanging by the rope in their room in what appeared to be an apparent suicide. No one could say specifically the reason behind her action as she left no suicide note.

However, some of the neighbours who spoke with Community Mirror on condition of anonymity, said the deceased had been behaving strangely of late. They noted that said she was too reclusive and never related with anyone in the neighbourhood. Investigation revealed that Seun returned home late and found the door to his room locked as their 10 month old baby was crying uncontrollably.

Following this, he continued knocking, expecting his wife to open the door. Agitated, he bellowed and threatened to break down the door. Later, he forcefully broke into the room and came face to face with the gory sight of his deceased wife dangling on the rope she allegedly used to hang herself some hours earlier. At that point, he raised the alarm, alerting the neighbours, especially his landlord, Mr. Ajadi, who later called the police.

Narrating the unfortunate incident to Community Mirror; Mr. Ajadi said: “At 10pm on January 25, 2012, I was about taking dinner when I heard a loud noise from Seun and I rushed to ask what had happened. He was just shouting: ‘my wife my wife!’ “I asked about his wife and he replied that I should come to the room to see for myself. When I got to there, I saw the body of his wife dangling from the ceiling. I was shocked but I immediately went to the police station to report the incident. They later came to see what had happened. The police later took pictures of the scene.

She had, on several occasions left home in the dead of night and wandered till day break. In fact, some of the husband’s relatives had advised him to take her to her parents till she would be psychologically stable.” Another neighbour said: “Truly, we heard the baby’s cry last night, but that was not the only time it had happened. We did not bother to find out what was amiss because she never related with anyone in the compound as she was always keeping to herself and had no friends. So, we thought it was just the usual baby cry. It was only when her husband came back and shouted that we knew what had happened.”

{Community Mirror}

Fashion Stylist Yoanna Okwesa On The Cover Of Vanguard Allure Magazine Feb. 5th Edition, Showcased VINTAGE ACCESSORIES

“Pick up Allure Magazine in the Vanguard Newspaper today for the cover story feature on Retrospective!! :)”, Yoanna Okwesa tweeted.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

John Terry Still England Captian, Fabio Capello Insists…Says “It's Going To Be CIVIL JUSTICE, Not SPORTS JUSTICE”

Fabio Capello has risked the wrath of his employers the Football Association after expressing his disapproval at their decision to strip John Terry of the England captaincy.

In candid interview with Italian state broadcaster Rai 1 Capello has openly backed the Chelsea man, who on Friday learnt he will not captain his country at the European Championship.

"I completely disagree with the FA about the John Terry decision and I have told that to the chairman," said Capello.

"The court will decide. It's going to be civil justice, not sports justice, to decide if John Terry committed that crime that he is accused of".

"I considered and still consider Terry as the England captain. I think we first should wait for the trial conclusion."

Terry is awaiting trial after being accused of racially abusing Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand in a Premier League game which took place in October. The case will be heard on July 9, just days after the end of Euro 2012.

PHOTOS: Nollywood Star Actress Eucharia Anunobi Officially Ordained Pastor

PRAISE GOD! I have been officially ordained to serve god all the rest of my life. Congratulation to me in the glory of my maker....Nollywood actress, 
Eucharia Anunobi wrote on her facebook wall earlier today, Feb.5th, 2012 after she was officially ordained a Pastor.
The ordination service was performed at Fresh Oil Ministry International, Egbeda, Lagos by Pastor Psalm Okpet.

Fellow industry colleagues graced the occasion including Susan Peters, Clarion Chukwura.
Congrats Pastor Eucharia Anunobi on your ordination...Really, The first shall be the last and the last shall be the first...It's all God's words...

Pastor Eucharia Anunobi and her son, Raymond
Pastor Eucharia Anunobi and Susan Peters
Susan Peters
Clarion Chukwura



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