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Pastor Ibiyeomie Prophesies Death On Ritualists

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Pastor Ibiyeomie Prophesies Death On Ritualists

The Salvation Ministry’s General Overseer, Pastor David Ibiyeomie has prophesied early death on ritualists who kill for money.

This declaration was made by the cleric during a sermon at the church’s headquarters in Port Harcourt, Rivers State capital, urging internet fraudsters to refrain from killings for wealth.

“If anybody has used charm to kill someone around you, this week, that person will die. He Preached.

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“God is saying, “don’t shed blood to get money”. Stop pounding children, get clean money.

“Don’t do Yahoo plus. It is demonic. Some people use their mother that gave birth to them, even their relations for money.

“What kind of money is that? What kind of money will make you see your blood relations dying and you are happy”?

This will not be the first time Pastor Ibiyeomie is preaching against the use of frauding to generate wealth.

He has usually cursed those partaking in Yahoo activities leading to the lives of the innocent.

The popular cleric condemns the act of internet fraud.

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Man Dies From Shock After His Friend Stole His ATM Card

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Man Dies From Shock After His Friend Stole His ATM Card

The family of a 60-year-old man, Isak Wahab has been thrown into mourning after he reportedly died from shock after an unauthorised withdrawal of N700,000 from his bank account.

His wife, Monsurat, accused his friend, identified only as Ola, of making the withdrawal, which she said led to the death of the sexagenarian.

Monsurat, while speaking to our correspondent during a visit to their residence in the Ikotun area of Lagos State, said Ola stole her husband’s ATM card.

She said, “Ola was a close friend to our family, particularly my husband. He had financial difficulties with his rent and he came to my husband to tell him that he wanted to sell his generator so that he could raise money to pay his rent. My husband told him not to do that and said he (Isak) was expecting payment from our tenants and he could help. My husband then gave him N10,000.

Meanwhile, we did not know that Ola had taken my husband’s ATM card and he withdrew money from it amounting to N700,000. He withdrew the money in tranches of N200,000, N300,000 and another N200,000.”

The deceased’s son, Ajibola, alleged that Ola stole his father’s ATM card after he (Isak) became intoxicated while they drank alcohol together.

He said the case was reported at the Ikotun Police Station for investigation, adding that the suspect disappeared after he was accused of being responsible for the death.

He said, “Last week Thursday, my dad was not alright, but I felt it was just ordinary malaria or a small illness. But later, I was told that it was serious and I had to call my siblings. We later learnt from our mother that our father was defrauded by Mr Ola.

My father died on Friday and we buried him on Saturday. After his burial, we went to his friend’s house, confronted him, and while arguing with him, we seized his phone. Since that day, we have not seen him.

As I speak to you, I have his phone with me and we have reported the case at the Ikotun Police Station. He had issues and needed money and our father promised to help and gave him N10,000.

Now, Mr Ola took our father’s ATM card, went to a PoS operator, and transferred about N700,000 from his account to other accounts. When our father saw it, he was deeply sad and he died because he never expected that his best friend would do that to him.

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LASPPPA Seals 137 Properties, Here’s Why

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LASPPPA Seals 137 Properties, Here's Why

The Lagos State Physical Planning Permit Authority (LASPPPA) has sealed no fewer than 137 properties in a week due to the lack of building permits.

Disclosing this was the General Manager of the Authority, Tpl. Kehinde Osinaike, stating that the exercise took place within six District Offices of LASPPPA by officials of its Monitoring and Compliance Unit.

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“The enforcement exercise took place within, Alimosho, Mosan Okunola, Egbe- Idimu, Ikotun-Igando, Agbado Oke-Odo, and Ayobo-Ipaja.

“12 properties were sealed within the Alimosho District of LASPPPA while at Mosan Okunola 22 buildings were sealed. He said.

“In Egbe-Idimu, 29 properties were affected with another 32 sealed at Ikotun Igando. Also, in Ayobo-Ipaja and Agbado Oke-Odo, 25 and 17 buildings were sealed respectively. Some properties were also sealed within the six District Offices.

“Also sealed are Industrial, Institutional, and Commercial structures, which do not have Planning permits.

LASPPPA advises Property Owners and Developers in Lagos State to seek the input of professionals in Engineering, Building, Planning, and Architecture before embarking on the building of any structures.

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Police Arrest Herders For Killing Man Over Cow In Lagos

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Police Arrest Herders For Killing Man Over Cow In Lagos

Lagos State Police Command has disclosed the arrest of two suspects in connection with the killing of a man by some suspected cattle rearers in Age-Mowo area of Badagry.

However, the Command said the victim was neither a bus conductor nor a driver.

Also, it said only a cow was killed by the bus.

Normalcy has since returned to the area. It is entirely false that the victim was turned back when he sought refuge in the police station.

He did not make it off the accident scene, let alone reach the station.

Meanwhile, the two herders have been arrested. An investigation is ongoing.

Updates will be provided subsequently, ” said the spokesperson.

It was gathered that the bus driver and conductor were the only occupants of the bus when the unfortunate occurred.

They were said to be rushing to Age-Mowo to scout for passengers when the cows strayed into the bus.

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