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Nigeria’s leading mortgage institution, Cooperative Mortgage Bank, on Wednesday won the Cooperative Ambassador Award (Corporate) at the just concluded National Cooperative Summit held in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.

The bank’s Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Kabir Ayinde-Tukur, also bagged the Pillar of Cooperative Sustainability Award in recognition of his impactful contributions to the Cooperative Movement in Nigeria.

The event, themed ‘Expanding Cooperative Value System’, was the 6th National Cooperative Summit, Exhibition and Awards organised by the Cooperative Federation of Nigeria.

Speaking on the awards in company of the Acting Executive Secretary of the Federation, Ebun Akin-Falaiye, the President, High Chief Tajudeen Ayeola, said CMB and its leadership had displayed exemplary support for the welfare of cooperative societies, hence the appreciation.

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Responding, Ayinde-Tukur noted that the gestures of the bank are borne out of sheer corporate responsibility, adding that the bank would continue to support cooperative societies and the entire populace, especially in the area of mortgage.

In attendance to receive the awards alongside the MD/CEO were the Chief Marketing Officer, Anthonia Nnaebue, Regional Manager South, Amen Osagie, Head of Communications and Public Relations, Olufunmilayo Afolabi, Business Development Managers coordinating VI (Lagos) and Abeokuta Contact Centres, Agnes Okereke and Golden Akinsola, among others.

Established in 1994 with its Head Office in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, Cooperative Mortgage Bank Limited is licensed and regulated by the Central Bank of Nigeria, insured by the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation, regulated by the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria and accredited by the Federal Department of Cooperatives as a cooperators’ bank.

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The bank is a member of the International Cooperative Alliance and currently in the 7-man board of the International Cooperative Banking Association.

CMB, Ayinde-Tukur bag awards at National Cooperative Summit

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His Manhood Is Too Big – Divorce Seeking Woman Tells Zamfara Sharia Court

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A woman who tied the knot a week ago in Zamfara State, Aisha Dannupuwa, has begged Sharia court in Samaru, Gusau Local Government of the State to dissolve their marriage owing to horrible $£xual experience.

Aisha Dannupuwa noted that her first $£xual intercourse with the husband was horrible due to the size of his penis.

“When he came, we had $£x, but the experience was a nightmare. Instead of enjoying the $£x, it turned out to be something else because his penis was too big.

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“Two days later, when he came to visit me, we had $£x again, but the experience was too much to bear. It was then I knew that I could not continue with the marriage because of the size of his p£n!s,” she added.

The husband, however, accepted the wife’s decision and agreed that the one-week-old marriage be dissolved.

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Police Officer, Edem Ebong Dismissed After Killing 5 Persons In Enugu (Picture)

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The Enugu State Police Command has dismissed Inspector Edem Ebong, pictured above, who was hitherto attached to Special Protection Unit (SPU) Base 9 Umuahia, for the offence of murder.

The approval is sequel to the Command’s conclusion of the disciplinary trial and thorough investigation launched into the case of alleged shooting and killing of five persons, as well as the injury of four others for no justifiable reasons, by the Police Inspector, at Golf Estate Enugu, on June 20, 2021.

The police officer had stormed the estate and began shooting sporadically, killing five persons.

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Confirming the dismissal, the spokesperson of the state police command, DSP Daniel Ndukwe, said the Commissioner of Police, CP Abubakar Lawal, while appreciating the general public, particularly residents of the State, for the level of patience and understanding shown while the disciplinary trial and investigation into the case lasted, reiterated commitment to always deal decisively with Police Officers of the Command, found culpable in disciplinary offences against extant codes of conduct, rules of engagement and standard operating procedures of the Nigeria Police Force, especially as it concerns respect for fundamental human rights of citizens.

Ndukwe said the CP Lawal has therefore called on residents of the State to remain law-abiding and promptly report erring Police Officers to the nearest Police Station; or by calling the Command’s hotlines on 08032003702, 08086671202, 08075390883 or 08098880172. Or alternatively, send e-mails to contact042ppro@gmail.com. He assured residents that such reports shall be accorded the necessary confidentiality and action.

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An author who was placed in an induced coma for 3 weeks has claimed she went to heaven and hell while unconscious.

Kathy McDaniel had been placed on a ventilator after suffering lung failure and medics feared she wouldn’t make it.

Before putting her into an induced coma, the last thing the doctor told her was to go to sleep and that she wouldn’t remember a thing.
When she woke from the three weeks drug-induced coma, she described waking up in a “dangerous, foreign realm”.

There she encountered ”tormenting demons, aborted babies and she said she was even abused by a group of men who told her they had AIDS.”

But she then described “bursting into heaven” which was “bliss like no other”.

And 22 years later, she has now published a book called Misfit in Hell to Heaven Expat.

Kathy, now 75, told the Daily Star: “My memoir traces my family history, mostly British with a bit of Irish, to my distressing near-death experience in 2000, on to the present, where I continue sharing heaven’s message that no one need go to hell.”

This week, she spoke about her near-death experience on The Skeptic Metaphysician podcast.

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She described waking up in darkness before a reddish glow appeared.
Kathy, who lives near Seattle, Washington, added: “But then it got kind of misty and foggy and warm and something smelled bad and then I started hearing these little moans and shrieks in the background as it got lighter.

“I thought ‘that can’t be good’ and then all of a sudden this voice booms out saying ‘Do you know where you are?’

“My mind was racing and the only thing I could come up with was ‘hell’ and this horrible laugh came back to me. I turned and I ran into the darkness.”

Kathy then said she found herself suddenly jumping into different scenarios – each one scarier than the last.

One of the worst was being in a hallway with a demon who told her that she needed to grab what was behind one door and take it into the next.

She explained: “He [the demon] stood there with his arms across his chest and pointed. I went into this room and there were all these gurneys with women lying on them and they had gowns over them and their legs were sprawled.

“There were people on stools sitting in front of them going between their legs. All of a sudden this doctor raises his hand, it’s all bloody and stuff and he said ‘get over here’.

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“They were doing abortions, so he takes this poor little desecrated baby and what was left of it and put it in my arms.
“I was completely shocked, I was aro-lifer on earth.”

The demon then told her to take the baby out into the other room.

She added: “It was this huge Costco warehouse and there were piles and piles, 10 to 15ft tall, of all these aborted babies.

“It was too horrendous for me and I couldn’t stand it. I put this little thing down and went back into the hall and he said ‘get back in there’.

“I said ‘I’m not going back, I’m not doing that’ and he just smiled and said ‘you’re asking for something worse’.”

Kathy then remembered closing her eyes in fear before being pushed into a different scenario.

She said her time in the hellish realm felt like two years.

She claims the never-ending torture ended shortly after she started defiantly singing Christmas carols.

That’s when she suddenly “burst into heaven”.

She recalled: “It was like swimming in love. Everything you can think of that’s wonderful times a million.

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“I was just so happy that everything that had happened before was gone. I was just in this bliss of happiness.”

Kathy said her friend – who she’d recently taken care of before he died of leukaemia – was standing there.

She added: “I thought ‘thank God I’m dead, I’m in heaven with him and this is great. Where are the angles and butterflies and stuff?’

“He said ‘now Mary K you have too much left to do’ and I thought ‘oh no they are throwing me out’.

“I just said ‘no’ at the top of my lungs. I said I want to stay here with you and that’s when he threw me out and boom, I woke up and there’s bright light, these people are milling around and I think ‘oh my goodness I’m back in hell’.

“I was so confused and my daughter said ‘mum you’ve been really sick and we thought we were going to lose you and you’re back and you’re fine’.”

Kathy was told it was a “miracle” she was still alive – but she said she was initially devastated after leaving heaven.

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