Nigeria’s First Lady may Die, President Jonathan will Beg OBJ in 2014 – Primate Ayodele

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Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church has joined Nigerian Ministers to prophecy for 2014. The Primate who predicted the Sosoliso and Bellview Airline crashes few years ago is renowned for his his concise .

Nigerian Bulletin brings you Primate Ayodele's prophecies for 2014.

Concerning the year 2014, I will advise every Nigerian to take time and be prayerful for the country and for themselves from the 1st to 3rd of January, 2014. This is for God to prevent imminent dangers ahead of the nation and the economy. Let us take it from here. I don’t see anything happening in the Nigerian economy. I see debts everywhere- our crude oil, foreign reserve, and all.

States will be in debt, the Federal Government will be in debt and Nigeria will be planning to go borrow money. So, the government has to be very careful not to be affected by these debts. Prices of food will increase drastically and flour will be scarce and become very expensive. Corruption too will be more prevalent because this government lacks the power to fight it. Fighting oil theft will also pose a major challenge and Nigeria will beg America to support her in the fight. The price of petroleum will increase as well.

There will be too much of troubles concerning kerosene. Sea pirates will dominate the waterways and the African Union, AU, will form a common security to monitor our seaways. Various organisations such as the Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria, PENGASSAN, and The National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, will be embarking on industrial action almost at the same time. Again, power supply will be unstable until 2015, 2016. I also see ocean surge in Lagos. Sponsors of Boko Haram will be exposed as well. Very importantly, let us be very watchful so we don’t have any border crisis.

Like I’ve always said, President Goodluck Jonathan’s second term is dicey. He will start some political abracadabra in order to gain his second term which will be characterized by so much of negotiations. He will have to cajole and beg a lot of people; he will also beg Obasanjo. What Nigerians are seeing now is only a tip of the iceberg of the clash that will come between Obasanjo and Jonathan.

In the process of Jonathan’s negotiations, the offices of the Vice President, the Chief of Staff and the Secretary to the Federal Government will be affected. When he eventually succeeds through negotiation, some of these governors who moved to the All Progressive Congress, APC, will return back to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and Tukur will be removed.

At the same time, I want to tell you that when Jonathan eventually gets his second term, there will be crisis. Also, another person will be shopped by the PDP to take over from Jonathan, but like I said, through negotiation and begging, he will get the second term. Jonathan might be the last president of PDP to rule this country, anyway. He also has to be prayerful and watchful so he doesn’t lose his wife, the First Lady of the country. I also see shake-up in the cabinet and Ministers being removed and replaced. The Ministers of Petroleum and Aviation will also be seriously probed. Some people might not like theses prophecies, but that is not my problem because I am speaking as God has directed me.

An unknown man will rule Lagos State. Nationally, APC has accommodated traitors and betrayals. It is not yet time for the party to rule this country. However, if they really want to rule, they have to struggle and pray very well to get the right candidate. They must be watchful so that their party is not used for negotiation.

Nigeria will try their best in the World Cup but I do not see them in the semi-final or final. Let us be very watchful in the aviation sector so that pilots will not go on strike. Also, there will be air turbulence in some of our airports, such as in Lagos and Abuja. We also must be watchful so that there won’t be any air crash. I however see reforms in the aviation sector.Let us pray very well so that this growing climatic condition will also not cause mourning for this country.

Most of the Primate's prophecies for 2013 came to fulfillment,you better watch out for these 2014 prophecies.

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Italian navy rescues 233 African migrants south of Sicily

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Rome – The Italian navy has rescued 233 mostly African migrants from a boat in Mediterranean waters south of Sicily as the immigration crisis that killed hundreds in shipwrecks in 2013 showed no signs of letting up in the new year.

In a statement the navy said that it picked them up in choppy seas late on Wednesday and was ferrying them on Thursday to a port near Syracuse on Sicily’s eastern coast.

It said that migrants on board were men and women from Eritrea, Nigeria, Somalia, Zambia and Mali as well as from Pakistan.

It noted that sea arrivals to Italy from Northern Africa were more than tripled in 2013, fuelled by refugees from Syria’s civil war and political strife in the Horn of Africa.

In October, 366 Eritreans drowned in a shipwreck near the shore of the Italian island of Lampedusa.

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Malaysian authorities seize Bibles in ‘Allah’ row

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KUALA LUMPUR, (AFP) – Malaysian Islamic authorities on Thursday seized hundreds of Bibles from a Christian group and questioned two of its officers, one of them said, amid tensions over the use of the word “Allah”.

A court in October barred a Malaysian Catholic newspaper from using “Allah” to refer to the Christian God in its Malay-language edition — a verdict which was welcomed by Muslim conservatives but which sparked concern among Christians, a minority in the multi-faith country.

After the verdict, Prime Minister Najib Razak, walking a tightrope between pleasing his conservative Muslim ethnic Malay base without alienating non-Muslim minorities, assured Christians the practice of their religion would not be threatened.

But Islamic officials from the central state of Selangor on Thursday seized 16 boxes containing more than 300 Bibles from the Bible Society of Malaysia, said the society’s president Lee Min Choon.

Lee said he and a colleague were also detained “under a state law, which prohibits the use of the word Allah by non-Muslims”. They were later released but must meet authorities again next week.

Most of the seized Bibles — imported from neighbouring Indonesia where Malay is also spoken — were in Malay. A few were in Iban, a language spoken by one of the country’s indigenous groups.

“We have been using them (the Bibles) ever since the society started (in 1985), and even before that,” Lee told AFP. “This is the first time we have been raided.”

Officials from the Selangor Islamic Religious Department did not immediately return a request for comment.

The Council of Churches of Malaysia said in a statement it was “alarmed” by the raid and urged the government to “protect religious rights as provided under the Federal Constitution”.

The dispute over the use of “Allah” by non-Muslims erupted in early 2009, when the Home Ministry threatened to revoke the publishing permit of the Catholic newspaper the Herald for using the word.

Authorities said using “Allah” in non-Muslim literature could confuse Muslims and entice them to convert.

The Catholic Church sued, claiming violation of its constitutional rights.

The church says the word “Allah” is the most accurate translation for “God” and has been used for decades in Malaysia and elsewhere.

A court upheld the church’s argument later that year and lifted the ban. But a higher court overturned that ruling in October, reinstating the ban.

The ban’s removal had triggered a series of attacks on churches and other places of worship in early 2010, using Molotov cocktails, rocks and paint, and sparked fears of wider religious conflict.

Muslims make up 60 percent of the country’s 28 million people, while Christians account for about nine percent.

Malaysia has largely avoided overt religious conflict in recent decades, but tensions have slowly risen along with what many see as an increasing Islamisation of the country.

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Pastors Enoch Adeboye And David Oyedepo Are Gay Partners” – Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo

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The last has not been heard of this controversial daughter of former Oyo State governor, Victor Omololu Olunloyo, Kemi Omololu-Olulonyo, as she has decided to once again, throw dirt the way of two of Nigeria’s most respected men of God, Pastor David Oyedepo, the General Overseer of Winners Chapel, and Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, (RCCG).

The self-confessed man-hater, who has been a terror to many on social media, took to her blog a few days ago to say categorically that Pastors Oyedepo and Adeboye are homosexual partners. She said that one of pastors in RCCG sent her a message on how the two esteemed men of God were having homosexual sex in their private jets.

This is what she wrote on her blog:

“You will be surprised to know that some of these Nigerian Pastors commit the most heinous acts. I'm sure you have read in newspapers that a pastor raped a boy, girl or woman, a pastor supplied guns to armed robbers, a pastor stole money.

Nothing like my new investigation about Pastor Enoch Adeboye and Pastor David Oyedepo; aside from being certified cult members like Jim Jones, they are also GAY!

They preach all this anti-gay shit to Christians when they were the pastors at Sodom and Gonorrhea. Yup, the land of STD in the BIBLE! Have you ever thought about what happens in those private jets while they are on their way to meetings in heaven?

Those two Christian leaders BANG each other onboard. Yes, Adeboye and Oyedepo are GAY and have a secret relationship. Add Pastor Tuberculosis and you will have a full blown threesome disease in Sodom and Gomorrah.

Remember when I was in Atlanta, I actually visited Bishop Eddie Long's church and he was GAY, all the time fucking boys! Christians are FAKE in Nigeria!”

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Survey: Nigerians Most Educated in the U.S.

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Nigerian Americans have long been known for their community’s intense cultural emphasis on education, and now an analysis of Census data coupled with several local surveys shows that Nigerians don't just value education, but surpass all other U.S. ethnic groups when it comes to obtaining degrees.

 

"Being Black, you are already at a disadvantage," Oluyinka Olutoye, an associate professor of pediatric surgery at Baylor College of Medicine, told the Houston Chronicle. "You really need to excel far above if you want to be considered for anything in this country."

 

According to 2006 census data, 37 percent of Nigerians in the U.S. had bachelor's degrees, 17 percent held master's degrees and 4 percent had doctorates. In contrast, the same census data showed only 19 percent of white Americans had bachelor’s degrees, 8 percent held master’s degrees and only 1 percent held doctorates, the paper reports.

 

The census data was bolstered by an independent analysis of 13 annual Houston-area surveys conducted by Rice University and commissioned by the Chronicle.

 

"These are higher levels of educational attainment than were found in any other…community," Stephen Klineberg, a sociologist at Rice University who conducts the annual Houston Area Survey, told the paper.

 

However, despite the strides in education made by many African immigrants, including Nigerian-Americans, discrimination still colors their prospects for employment. A study of 2010 employment data by the Economic Policy Institute showed that, across nationalities and ethnic groups, Black immigrants carried the highest unemployment rate of all foreign-born workers.

 

In addition to cultural expectations about obtaining higher education, the paper reports that many African immigrants are more likely to pursue higher education as a means of maintaining their immigrant status in the U.S.

 

"In a way, it's a Catch-22 — because of immigration laws you are forced to remain in school, but then the funny thing is you end up getting your doctorate at the age of 29," Amadu Jacky Kaba, an associate professor at Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ, told the paper. "If you stay in school, immigration will leave you alone."

 

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PDP moves to keep majority in Senate

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ABUJA—The aspiration by the All Progressives Congress, APC to take control of the leadership of the National Assembly is to be stoutly resisted in the Senate. It emerged, yesterday, that the Senate leadership could declare seats of defecting senators vacant.

While the APC has already taken the ascendancy in the House of Representatives with its members set to take over the control of the House later this month, the scenario in the Senate, Vanguard learnt, is being complicated by the determination of the Senate President, David Mark’s leadership to strictly enforce the rules.

Strategy sessions to reinforce the domination of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP is being coordinated by leading PDP senators from their holiday homes across the country.

The Senate is not due to resume until later this month.

Despite alleged issues between Senator Mark and President Goodluck Jonathan arising from federal appointments from Benue State, and the supremacy battle between the Senate President and Governor Gabriel Suswam, Mark it was learnt, is determined to safeguard the dominance of the PDP in the Senate. Mark it was claimed is not unaware of the fact that safeguarding the dominance of the PDP is a way of keeping his own position.

Threats against the PDP control of the Senate intensified earlier this week after Senators Bukola Saraki from Kwara State and Magnus Abe from Rivers State disclosed their intention to defect to the APC.

Twenty two senators and 57 members of the House of Representatives had last December obtained a court order stopping the Speaker Aminu Tambuwal and Senator Mark from declaring the seats of members of the then New PDP vacant should they choose to change parties on the floor of the two chambers of the National Assembly.

Mark to enforce rules
It was learnt that Senator Mark was being persuaded by partisans in the PDP to strictly enforce the provisions of the constitution which forbid members of the National Assembly from changing parties unless there is faction in the party through which they were elected.

Section 68 (1) (g) stipulating provisions for the declaration of vacancy in the seat of National Assembly members states thus:

68. (1) A member of the Senate or of the House of Representatives shall vacate his seat in the House of which he is a member if –

(g) being a person whose election to the House was sponsored by a political party, he becomes a member of another political party before the expiration of the period for which that House was elected;
Provided that his membership of the latter political party is not as a result of a division in the political party of which he was previously a member or of a merger of two or more political parties or factions by one of which he was previously sponsored.

Vanguard learnt, yesterday, that Senator Mark is being persuaded to strictly apply the provisions of the constitution as a way of deterring the rebellion against the PDP in the chambers.

A principal officer in the Senate spoke on the issue last night, saying the Senate leadership unlike the House leadership was not elected with the support of the APC. Besides, the principal officer disclosed that senators could not be swayed as members of the House of Representatives to defect from the PDP by their governors who have just left the PDP.

“The fact is that the Senate unlike the House would be more strict in interpreting and enforcing the provisions of the constitution in the matter of defection,” the principal officer disclosed yesterday.

The senior senator also  said assumptions that the APC would get a boost from the defection of five former PDP governors was far fetched. He said: “Senators are not like members of the House of Representatives who  mostly are politically dependent on their governors. A number of senators are able to resist their governors and so the story about the five governors carrying all their senators to the APC is more like a tale”.

The senator nevertheless disclosed that the defectors’ seats may not be declared vacant, if the senators did not disclose their defection on the floor of the House.

Presently, the PDP has 72 senators while the APC has 33 with Labour, Party, All Progressives Grand Alliance making the balance.

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Measures in place for PDP defectors to return, says Tukur

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NATIONAL CHAIRMAN of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur, has said the party and the Presidency have put in place measures to ensure that members of the party that defected to All Progressives Congress, APC, return.

He also described the current problems rocking the party as a rejuvenation process, rather than crisis.

Tukur spoke, yesterday, in London when a team of Nigerian Professionals based in Europe, led by Dr. Edwin Olabamiro, paid him a visit.

He said: “PDP is at home to contain all forms of harassment by the opposition, either vaunted or intended.

Rotimi Amaechi, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur

“If it is a game of numbers in any election, you can always count on it that PDP will win.

“The good thing is that if five people move out of PDP to another party, even by dint of propaganda, the party takes in more than 500 at a time as replacement.

“The electorate in Nigeria trust PDP more than many people are aware of.”

“As the Chairman of PDP, let me say that we may not be having it smooth at the moment.

“The party and Mr. President are not relenting on holding consultations with the aggrieved members.”

… as 2015 Jonathan candidacy splits North

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The Northern Elders Union,NEU, yesterday, dismissed the assertion by Northern Elders Forum, NEF, that the zone will not vote for People’s Democratic Party, PDP, if it nominated President Goodluck Jonathan as its 2015 presidential flagbearer, describing the threat as the wishful thinking of a few privileged northerners.

Among the northern elements in NEU are former Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Alhaji Ahmed Mohammed Gusau; former Minister of Transport, Alhaji Yusuf Suleiman; Senator Garba Gada; a member of PDP Board of Trustees, BoT, Alhaji Bello Dange; a former Nigerian Ambassador to Morocco, Alhaji Abdullahi Ladan-Shinu and another former Deputy Governor of old Sokoto State, Alhaji Azika Tambuwal.

The Secretary-General of NEF, Professor Ango Abdullahi, said last week that the North had made its position on the 2015 presidency known to President Jonathan’s emissaries that the zone would not support Jonathan’s ambition.

Abdullahi further alleged that the Presidency’s political tacticians have compiled a list of 151 key northern politicians and leaders with a view to wooing them to work for the President in 2015.

However, Alhaji Gusau said Abdullahi was on his own.

Rising from its meeting in Kaduna yesterday, Gusau advised any NEF leader, who had presidential ambition in 2015 to declare such, but not to beat the drums of war as Nigeria belonged to all.

Gusau spoke in a telephone interview with Vanguard yesterday.

He said: “The North or Nigeria does not belong to NEF leaders alone. If any NEF leader wants to contest the 2015 presidential polls, let him come out openly and declare his interest.

“For instance, PDP, under the leadership of the Deputy Governor of Sokoto State, Alhaji Muktar Shagari, will win Sokoto State. It will be like that in some North-West and North-East zones.

“I do not know where the North met as a whole and decided who we shall support or not. Let us wait and watch.

“I do not know the premise under which Professor Abdu-llahi based his conclusion that the North has abandoned PDP.

“PDP has done so many good things for the North and we shall tell the North those things when the time for campaign comes. It is the only party that has national spread. The North cannot leave a known friend and for an unknown friend or enemy.”

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Nigeria Cleric warns Jonathan, Obasanjo over feud

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ABEOKUTA — The  Chairman and Spiritual Father of the Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Church Worldwide (Ayo Ni O), Most Rev. Samuel Abidoye has advised  former President Olusegun  Obasanjo and President Goodluck Jonathan, to demonstrate maturity in their handling of political differences between them.

The cleric in  his New Year message  to the members of the CSMC Worldwide made available to newsmen, in Abeokuta, yesterday, also warned the Federal Government to avoid  grandstanding about fighting corruption this year
Apparently referring to the recent spat between former President Obasanjo and President Jonathan, he cautioned that the nation’s leaders should avoid “dancing naked in the market place.

“He stressed that it was needless for the nation’s leaders to wash their dirty linen in public because of some differences between them.
“In terms of governance in general, there needs to be a display of more maturity by our leaders, both in and out of government. Dancing naked in the market place just to prove what one can do so is going too far.

“A leader is expected to exhibit decorum and behave with certain dignity that will make people to respect them,” the cleric said.

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Police investigate suicide by father of 7 in Abuja

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ABUJA — Following what is suspected to be a New Year eve’s tragedy, the FCT Police command said, yesterday, that it was investigating an alleged suicide by one Mr. Federick Onigbo of Gwarimpa Estate in the Federal Capital Territory.

Sources told Vanguard in Abuja that the father of seven children committed suicide as a result of some unknown family and economic issues.

Contacted on the development, FCT Police spokesperson, DSP Altine said the Police had commenced investigations into the alleged suicide, adding that until such is completed, the allegation of suicide cannot be substantiated.

She said information available to the Police revealed that some residents noticed fire outbreak in a house at Gwarimpa and promptly reported to the fire service which rushed down to put off the fire.

Thereafter, one of the occupants of the house was rushed to General Hospital, Kubwa where he eventually died.

According to sources, when some persons, including wife of the deceased, Uchechukwu reported a case of a missing person at the police station, investigation showed that the fire outbreak involved Onigbo.

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You are a failure, Junaid tells Goodluck Jonathan

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ABUJA—In his usual  critical stance on issues of governance in Nigeria, Second Republic member of the House of Representatives, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, has again declared President Goodluck Jonathan a failure.
He also said the President should jettison the idea of rigging the 2015 elections to favour himself, warning that there will be mayhem, if there was rigging.

Mohammed in an interview with Vanguard on Tuesday, said President Jonathan had failed in every critical area of governance, such as security, law and order which could win him a second term, saying he would be disgraced at the polls should he dare contest the election.
Mohammed, who is also a leading member of the Northern Elders Forum, said the north would not cast its vote for Jonathan.

He said:  “I am not and I have never been a member of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP. And I have never been a governor and I don’t think I will be a governor in this world. But what I am saying is this: in a democracy, there is what we call performance legitimacy.

“That is if you are elected into a position of authority or power, your legitimacy does not only rest on your winning the election, but also in performing on the job so that people will say you have done well and may be in the mood to give you another term.

“As far as I am concerned, Jonathan did not win the last election. Goodluck has not performed in any manner credible that will warrant his being re-elected or think of being considered for re-election.
“Now, whether there was an agreement or not, the fact of the matter is that he has failed in very critical areas of governance. He has failed in security. He has failed in law and order. He has failed in economy. He has failed in everything that matters to a government and to the people of a country.

 

NLC President, Comrade Abdulwaheed Omar; President Goodluck Jonathan And TUC President, Comrade Peter Esele, at the Centenary May Day Celebration in Abuja On Wednesday

“Now, for me, he should not consider running but if he is determined to run and rig the election the way he did in 2011 together with INEC and security services, then he is asking for mayhem in the country and I have said it several times, if he insists on running and rigging the election, there will be mayhem.

“Now, many media people have chosen to ignore the aspect where I said if he runs and rigs the election. Let me tell you, I have been in politics for over 40 years,
“If he can decide today that there is going to be free and fair election by INEC in conjunction with the Police, the DSS, then my reaction will be let Goodluck stand for election, we will go there vote and defeat and disgrace him. But the fact of the matter is that people are very wary about the way elections have been conducted in the history of this country.”

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