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Anglican Priest, Wife And Maid Found Dead After Attending Crusade In Abia

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An Anglican Church priest, his wife and their house help died in their sleep after attending a crusade in Abia.

Archdeacon Julius Dike, who is the Priest-in-charge of the St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Abayi, Ariaria Aba in Osisioma Ngwa LGA of Abia State, was found dead on Tuesday, Feb 9, alongside his wife and maid at their home.

According to reports, after the close of a crusade on Monday, February 8, on the church premises, the priest and his family returned home.

When the priest did not show up to conduct service the following morning and none of his family member was in church, members became worried and went to his apartment to investigate.

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They found the doors locked and when their knocks were not answered, they sensed something was amiss.

Upon breaking into their apartment, they met the priest, the wife and their maid lifeless.

They rushed them to a private hospital where they were confirmed dead.

CHRYSORA MEDIA learned that investigations are going on to ascertain the cause of their death.
Meanwhile, a reliable source told CHRYSORA MEDIA that they are suspecting the clergy and his family were poisoned as they could not trace any sign that they could have inhaled generator fume.

The source added that the children could have died along with their parents had they not gone back to their various boarding schools.

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Speaking in tongues print money for me – Suleiman

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Recall that the general overseer of Omega Fire ministries international church, Apostle Johnson Suleiman has bought another private jet. This development which raise dusts in the internet has left people wondering the major source of his money.

Johnson Suleiman has finally reacts to the ongoing rumor saying he had a money printing machine. See his reaction below

There is a rumor going round that I have the machine that prints money. I like that rumor. They said he should be investigated that he has a machine that prints money. Somebody asked is it true, I said yes. He said I didn’t know because I have already bought the machine. When you speak in tongues, you are printing money.”

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Kwara Is Muslim State, Take Your Missionary Schools To Rivers – Islamic Group Warns

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The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), has warned that it would not fold its hands and watch Muslim students being persecuted in Kwara State.

MURIC said that Kwara is a predominantly Muslim State, advising missionary school owners to take their business to Rivers State instead of trying to change the identity of Muslim children by force, adding that Governor Nyesom Wike is waiting with open arms to accept them..

The group was reacting to the hijab imbroglio going on in the State, wherein some public school teachers were said to have forced female Muslim students to remove their hijab within the school premises.

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The development has generated controversy across the State, leading to the closure of ten schools by the State government.

Wading into the matter, MURIC has vowed to take all necessary constitutional measures to stop the oppression of innocent female Muslim pupils across Kwara State.

The position of the Islamic human rights group was contained in a statement issued by its director, Professor Ishaq Akintola.

According to MURIC, “On our own part, we will not allow… evil to prevail in Kwara as they did in some states in the South West on the issue of hijab.

“The authorities of those ten missionary schools should be ashamed of behaving like oppressors and slave masters.

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“Yes. We say it boldly, loudly and clearly. Kwara is a predominantly Muslim state. It is absolutely absurd for any group to think it can subject Muslim children to oppression in such a place. Infra dignitatem.

“Take your missionary schools to Rivers State if you want to change the identity of Muslim children by force. Nyesom Wike is waiting with open arms to accept you.

“Afterwards he has illegally declared his state a Christian state in violation of and to the chagrin of Section 10 of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. But not in Kwara State.”

The group called on Kwara State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq to shun all illegal, illegitimate and unconstitutional compromises that could provoke Kwara Muslims in the State.

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The Islamic rights advocacy group said it would not surrender its fight but would take all necessary constitutional actions to ensure that female Muslim students used their hijab.

Source – Daily Post

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New Zealand marks 10 years since Christchurch earthquake

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New Zealand on Monday marked 10 years since an earthquake struck its South Island city of Christchurch, killing 185 people, injuring thousands and leaving a trail of destruction.

At 12:51 p.m. on Feb. 22, 2011, the 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck close to Christchurch city at a depth of 5 km. Although not as strong as a magnitude 7.1 quake which hit the area less than six months earlier, its shallow depth and proximity to the city centre resulted in widespread damage.

Hundreds of people gathered at a memorial wall in Christchurch observed a minute’s silence and flags flew at half-mast.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said it was time to look ahead with hope for the future of New Zealand’s second-largest city.

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“It’s been a hugely difficult decade for this city – at times I’m sure it’s felt impossible,” Ardern said in a speech at the memorial.

“But as we look ahead to the coming decade, I see hope and energy and optimism, and I see Christchurch taking its rightful place amongst New Zealand’s best and brightest cities.”

About 87 people who died in the quake were foreign nationals from countries including Australia, China, Japan and the United States.

The earthquake damaged thousands of buildings and homes in Christchurch, forcing the government to embark on reconstruction projects that continue a decade later.

Several buildings in the city centre remain empty, and some residents are still embroiled in legal disputes over insurance payouts.

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The city was also the target of a terrorist attack in March 2019, in which a white supremacist killed 51 Muslim worshippers and injured dozens of others in a mass shooting in two mosques.

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