Catholic Church Transfers Fr. Mbaka

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The Catholic Church has reportedly transferred the controversial Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka has been transferred from his Parish “Christ The King Parish GRA Enugu”.
According to BREAKING TIMES, Mbaka was moved to a residence at Our Lady Of The Rosary Parish Emene Enugu, 2km away from his Adoration Ministry but not as a Parish Priest.
The decision to remove Mbaka is aimed at checkmating his activities which is generating unpleasant wave within the body of Christ and the nation at large.

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Ex-PDP Bot Chairman, Anenih exposed Jonathan on #DASUKIGATE

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Former Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Peoples Democratic Party, Chief Tony Anenih, has claimed that ex-President Goodluck Jonathan ordered a former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (retd.), to give him the sum of N260m, PUNCH reports.
The revelation is contained in a letter the former BOT chairman wrote to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission recently.
An aide to the PDP leader, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, confirmed to Newsmen on Saturday that Anenih made the disclosure.

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Obasanjo Graduates From National Open University Of Nigeria With 4.25 CGPA

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Former President Olusegun Obasanjo was awarded a Masters Degree (MA) in Christian Theology by the management of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) at its fifth convocation ceremony held at its permanent site in Abuja today January 16th. He graduated with 4.25 Cumulative Grade Points Average (CGPA) at Abeokuta Study Centre of the University. The ceremony was witnessed by Nollywood stars including Desmond Elliot, Kenneth Okonkwo and others. Amongst the other grandaunts included a 52-year-old grandmother, Abdullahi Amina, who bagged a First Class degree in Islamic Studies. 70 year old Rear Admiral Orishamolade Stephen Ola bagged a First Class in Mathematics. A total number of 10,652 others students graduated. Congrats to all of them. . 

K-SOLO RELEASES IS NEWEST YOUNGSTAR: NEW MUSIC: ALONZOH – DON’T GIVE UP

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Introducing K-Solo’s Newest Young Discovery Usa George WashimaALONZOH @officialalonzoh a Passionate Singer, Song Writer, Multi Instrumentalist with his New Single called ‘DON’T GIVE UP

ALONZOH show-cases his brilliance and knowledge of understanding in music and ability to Deliver a Goodsong.

ALONZOH is an Undergraduate planning move to the United State to further more on his Education by the sideswhile K-Solo Dishes out more Classic Tunes for him.

Produced by K-SOLO @obaksolo ‘Independent’ is an instantly infectious Reggae melody, laced with lush drum patterns, piercing brass arrangements and a mellow bassline, which sees ALONZOHwith his velvety smooth vocals, as he waxes lyricall

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Doctor masturbates, ejaculates on face of unconscious patient

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A doctor in New York has been banned and is being investigated for masturbating on the face of an unconscious woman.

The 45-year-old doctor, David Newman is being investigated for sexually assaulting a 22-year-old patient while she was unconscious and receiving treatment at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, US.

According to investigations, the patient was admitted with severe pains in her right shoulder and chest. She was attended to by two nurses in a private who gave her morphine. Continue reading Doctor masturbates, ejaculates on face of unconscious patient

Jonathan Caused Lassa Fever – Health Minister

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The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, has blamed the failure of the Goodluck Jonathan administration to implement a roadmap on health drawn up in 2012 as the cause of the Lassa fever viral disease that is currently ravaging the country.

He stated this when he appeared before the Senate Committee on Health seeking information on the Lassa fever epidemic which has reportedly killed 41 persons out of 93 reported cases across 10 states of the federation.

The Senate Committee was headed by Sen. Lanre Tejuosho (APC – Ogun Central).

”We will concentrate on prevention because currently there is no vaccine, but as of today I have been notified of a candidate vaccine which we will put through chemical trial to find out if it would work. We call it a candidate vaccine and we would want to run it through trials and that takes some time.

“’Hopefully we will do that this year, once we consider it to be effective and safe then we put it to use. If it works then that means that we would be able to immunise people in the affected areas but for now we will continue with our surveillance,” Adewole said.

Also, he said the number of reported cases had risen to 129, while stressing that there was no cure for the virus presently.

Source:  TheHeraldNg