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Actress Ameze Imarhiagbe calls out African clergymen prophesizing about the US elections but not what’s happening in their own countries



Actress Ameze Imarhiagbe has taken to social media to blast African clergymen who have come up with  prophecy about the Unite States Presidential election than that of their own countries.

Ameze said that most African clergy, always tend to prophecy about United States election than the elections and problems facing their own countries.

She also revealed that some of the prophets are business men who only profit off trends happening around them.“It’s so baffling that some African prophets have been heard prophesying about the outcome of the US elections; what’s gonna happen to Trump, what’s gonna happen to Biden and what the future holds for the US… but are yet to see what the future holds for their own troubled countries under the leadership of selfish politicians.

Take it or leave it! The year 2020 has proven one great fact: only God’s voice is supreme and you hear this voice oftentimes via your personal relationship with HIM and not with some prophets’ dictates.

Don’t get things mixed up. Some prophets are simply business men like you. Profit is essential.” She wrote.

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Laycon reacts to the wish of a pretty lady who asked him to ignore Erica & pick her



Barely a few days after Rosie came out to confirm her split with Kachi, more drama has now surfaced online and it has everything to do with Kachi’s claims in his new interview.

Rosie and Kachi had emerged as winning couple of the match-making show but several months down the line, things have turned pretty sour.

Kachi in an interview with Chude, opened up about some of the issues they had in their relationship. According to him, Rosie terminated a pregnancy which he was responsible for.

Kachi in an interview with Chude, opened up about some of the issues they had in their relationship. According to him, Rosie terminated a pregnancy which he was responsible for.

The reality star who broke down during the interview stated that he wanted her to keep the baby and went ahead to express his desire. Rosie, however, didn’t want to. According to Kachi, she didn’t want her parents finding out about the child, having already had two outside wedlock.

Kachi went on to claim that Rosie also didn’t want the child because of her career. He said that even though he wanted the child, he followed her to get the pill to abort the baby but secretly prayed the drug wasn’t available.

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Rosie after seeing her ex tell it all on tv reacted with a video on her Instagram page with caption “No STRESS zone”. A clear indication that she is unbothered with the stories he told about her.

With her reply, netizens are tempted to believe Kachi’s side of the story is the truth.

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Lady accused of dumping her boyfriend at a club to follow Bella Shmurda



A lady has been accused of leaving her boyfriend at a club to follow Nigerian singer, Bella Shmurda to a hotel.

A lady who claimed to be an eye witness alleged in a WhatsApp conversation, that the girl left her boyfriend at the club and followed Bella Shmurda after he entered the club.

Another lady added that her boyfriend may not really take it serious since Bella is a celebrity who is certainly meeting different girls on a daily.

A video making the rounds on social media also shows the girl with Bella at a hotel, exchanging pleasantries.

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Nigeria, USA to lead global coalition against ISIS – ONSA



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The Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) says Nigeria and the United States of America are committed to lead a global coalition against ISIS and other terrorist groups in the world.

A statement by ONSA on Saturday in Abuja disclosed that the decision was reached during a virtual meeting of the 82-member global coalition drawn from Africa, America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East on Tuesday.

ONSA said the virtual meeting which was co-chaired by the coordinators of the National Counter Terrorism of Nigeria and the U.S. also had the Africa Union, European Union, ECOWAS and G5 Sahel represented among other international and regional organisations.

The Nigeria delegation led by the National Security Adviser, Maj.-Gen. Babagana Monguno (rtd), was represented by the Coordinator of the Nigeria Counter-Terrorism Centre, Rear Adm. Yaminu Musa.

He noted that the challenges of global terrorism had negatively impacted the economy, polity, and livelihoods of people as apparent in the Sahel, Lake Chad Basin and parts of North-Eastern Nigeria.

According to ONSA, the meeting deliberated on key issues including sessions on understanding and countering the ISIS threat.

“The session, moderated by U.S. Special Envoy for the Sahel, Ambassador J. Peter Pham had panelists from Global Coalition members Cameroon, Chad, Guinea, Niger, and co-host Nigeria providing key perspectives on the evolution of ISIS affiliates and their troubling activities in West Africa.

“The panelists also provided useful ways the Global Coalition could enhance efforts to curb the expanding influence of ISIS in West Africa and the Sahel.

“Discussions also centered on lessons learnt from the fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria and reviewing of potential lines of efforts, including the use of battlefield evidence and border security measures and how these lessons and lines of efforts could be applied in West Africa and the Sahel,” it stated.

ONSA said that Nigeria’s roles in the fight against terrorism in the sub-region was also acknowledged and applauded during the meeting.

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It also stated that the leading role of Nigeria under President Muhammadu Buhari towards defeating terrorism in West Africa was commended.

According to the statement, the meeting noted that ISIS was undermining state authorities and peoples’ means of livelihood across the globe, particularly in Africa where more affiliates were springing up.

“It was stressed that terrorists across the globe exploit some drivers, including economic imbalance and marginalisation among other local grievances to penetrate the local population.

“The meeting called for more measures to counter radicalisation, recruitment of gullible individuals and concerted global efforts to defeat ISIS.

“At the end of the meeting, the co-host, Nigeria and USA as well as the 82-member global coalition reaffirmed full commitment to defeating ISIS and other terror groups including ISWAP and Boko Haram in Nigeria.

“Nigeria also expressed her readiness to seek for more support and partnership within the activities and mandates of the Global Coalition against ISIS to enhance its ongoing operations against terrorism in the North East and efforts in preventing and countering violent extremism in the country,” it added. (NAN)

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