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Today’s Headlines: Another Prominent Nigerian Dies, Ex-President Obasanjo Speaks About Insecurity

Another Prominent Nigerian Dies.

A frontline Nigerian televangelist and founder of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua (alias TB Joshua) has reportedly died.

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The popular preacher’s death was disclosed to Peoples Gazette by family sources.

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It was gathered that TB Joshua, 57, died in Lagos on Saturday evening after concluding a programme at his church in Ikotun.

A family source revealed that an official statement that is still being prepared will be released to newsmen.

The cause of death was not immediately disclosed to Peoples Gazette but family sources said his remains had been deposited at the morgue and an autopsy would be performed forthwith.

Ex-President Obasanjo Speaks About Insecurity.

Former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo says the crises rocking the seemed to have overwhelmed her, saying Nigerians must call on God to salvage the situation.

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Obasanjo spoke Saturday in Abeokuta, Ogun State, during the 16th edition of Prayer Breakfast organised in his honour by the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Ogun State chapter.

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According to him, Nigerians seemed to have been overwhelmed with the crises in our land.

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He said the crises were what the people could handle, saying that Nigeria needed to be healed.

According to Obasanjo, God could not be overwhelmed.

Sunday Igboho Storms Ekiti For Yoruba Nation Rally.

The Yoruba nation secessionists, led by Mr. Sunday Adeyemo (alias Sunday Igboho), Saturday stormed Ado Ekiti for a rally


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Speaking at the rally, Igboho was emphatic that there won’ be election in the Southwest in 2023, saying the Yoruba race was already weary of the Fulani alleged feudal and political dominance in the .

In spite of the fact that Igboho came late into town around 5.02 pm, he was received by a large crowd of supporters and enthusiasts, who hailed the Yoruba agitator for his role in liberating the race.

Before his arrival, a rally staged by different groups, led by Yoruba Nation and Ilana Omo Oodua, being championed by Prof Banji Akintoye, took off around 11:00am with a large crowd at Fajuyi Park via Okesa, Ijigbo and Old Garage area of Ado Ekiti, where obeisance to the Ewi, Oba Rufus Adeyemo Adejugbe.

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Addressing the highly-ecstatic mammoth Yoruba nation enthusiasts, Igboho, said Yoruba will never be slaves again to any other race, saying the only way to actualise this is by having an independent country and regain freedom from oppression.

Buhari Speaks Again On Twitter’s Suspension In Nigeria.

After much pressure across the globe, President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday night made a U-turn on the indefinite ban of twitter in Nigeria, saying the ban is temporal.

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Lai Mohammed had on Friday said Twitter has been suspended indefinitely in Nigeria, following the micro-blogging site deletion of Mr Buhari’s threat to repeat civil war genocide in south eastern Nigeria.

Mr Buhari in a statement by his spokesman Garba Shehu has now indicated that the suspension is temporary and not indefinite as earlier stated by Mr Mohammed.

Wamakko Sends Message To Igbo Leaders.

A former Governor of Sokoto State and Senator representing Sokoto North at the Senate, Aliyu Wamakko, has berated South East leaders for their ‘silence’ over the rising spate of insecurity in the region.

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Wamakko, in a statement issued on Saturday, said, unlike Northern Leaders who had been pacifying their aggrieved followers not to retaliate some of the atrocities committed against northerners living in the east, “leaders from the South-East feel they can allow their own people to do what they wanted”.

Wamakko held that there was no part of the country that is not having its share of discomfort but resorting to threats and violence were not the best approach to addressing grievances.

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