The Kenyan government has deported a Caucasian man being paraded in the country as Jesus Christ and they have arrested the pastors who invited him and convinced their followers he’s the real son of God.
Two church pastors invited the Caucasian man to their country, then managed to convince their followers that he’s Jesus Christ of Nazareth and he has finally come back as promised.
The Caucasian went around taking money from Kenyans to perform miracles and secure seats for them in heaven and this went viral.
Daily Afrika reports that Kenya’s Government has now deported the fake Jesus and they have arrested the dubious pastors who invited him.
Below is a video of the fake Jesus dancing with the members of the Pastors that invited him.
— Benard Owino. (@iambenardowino) July 31, 2019
Sudan Agrees To Send Ex-President al-Bashir To Face ICC
Sudan’s rulers have agreed that those wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) will appear there.
The commitment came at peace talks between Sudan’s government and rebel groups from the Darfur region.
The decision will pave the way for ex-President Omar al-Bashir to be sent to The Hague to face charges there.
He is accused of genocide and war crimes in the conflict that broke out in Darfur in 2003, which killed about 300,000 people.
“Justice cannot be achieved if we don’t heal the wounds,” said Mohammed Hassan Eltaish, a spokesman for the Sudanese government.
“We agreed that everyone who had arrest warrants issued against them will appear before the ICC. I’m saying it very clearly,” he added.
Bashir, who refused to recognise the authority of the court when he was charged for crimes in the region in 2009, was ousted as president in April last year.
He came to power in a military coup in 1989 and ruled Sudan with an iron fist.
ICC prosecutors in The Hague requested that the former leader stand trial over the Darfur killings and issued an arrest warrant for him on charges of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.
The UN said that in addition to those killed in fighting between local armed groups, and Bashir’s forces and government-backed militia – such as the infamous Janjaweed – around 2.5 million people were displaced in the war.
In December, Bashir was sentenced to two years in a social reform facility for corruption.
Under Sudanese law, people over the age of 70 cannot serve jail terms. Bashir is now 76.
Prosecutors in Sudan have also charged him with the killing of protesters during the demonstrations that led to him being ousted.
Malawi Top Court Annuls Presidential Election Results
The 2019 election victory of Malawian President Peter Mutharika has been annuled by the country’s constitutional court on grounds of widespread irregularities.
Five top judges who presided over the case on Monday February 5, ruled that Mutharika was “not duly elected” in the election which is the first to be legally challenged since Malawi’s independence in 1964. The court judgement which ordered a fresh poll within 151 days, allowed Mutharika to stay in power till the new election takes place.
Before annulment of Malawi’s 2019 Presidential election, the country’s electoral body announced that President Peter Mutharika won a second term in May with 38.6% of the vote, while opposition party leader Lazarus Chakwera got 35.41% and Deputy President Saulos Chilima who formed his own party had 20.24% in the final tally.
Some of the irregularities pointed out by the opposition candidates includes use of correction fluid – known by the brand name Tipp-Ex on some of the tallying forms sent in by polling stations. They alleged that changes were made after they had been signed by party agents. There were also some mathematical errors in a small number of cases.
The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) defended itself by saying the correction fluid was used to alter procedural information that had been incorrectly entered. It however denied supplying the Tipp-Ex.
Reacting to the court judgement on Wednesday February 5, Mutharika said he will be appealing the court’s decision which overturned his victory.
Speaking to AFP, Mutharika’s spokesman Mgeme Kalilani said;
“The judgement is a serious miscarriage of justice and an attack on the foundations of the country’s democracy”
All Police Officers In Uganda To Undergo Mental Check-Up
All Police officers in Uganda are to undergo mandatory mental checkups to ascertain their psychological status.
The move followed reports to the Police administration in the East African country that many Police officers were reportedly brutalizing suspects while others have committed suicide.
The officers will be tested on levels of distress, how often they socialize, how often they experience temper outbursts and urges to beat, injure or harm someone. They will also be tested on whether they feel blocked as they try to get things done, whether they get difficulties making decisions and whether they find it hard to concentrate on their work.
Speaking at the launch of the exercise, Christine Oulanya, the acting Assistant Commissioner of Police Welfare in Uganda, said there is a need to check the cops’ mental health on grounds that some officers brutally handle.
They will be tested on levels of distress, how often they socialize, experience temper outbursts suspects which is unlawful and violates their code of conduct.
“We want to help our officers. Last year, six officers committed suicide, five died in 2017 and seven in 2016. This is what we want to clear out and help these officers accordingly,” Oulanya said.
She revealed that last year, one of their officers in Kampala murdered his wife and then killed himself after he discovered that he was HIV positive.
Also speaking during the launch, a counselling psychologist, Prof. Edward Bantu said they will also assess the officers’ suicidal ideation and social integration.
They will also evaluate superior-subordinate relationships, optimism, drug responses, coping strategies and the intimate partner violence of the officers.
“These officers have to be in a good mood while handling people. However, at times they ought not to serve promptly if they are depressed. It becomes worse if they have nowhere to run to. So, as a psychologist that is why we have come out to know the mental health of the officers,” Bantu said.
He added that in case some cops are found mentally ill, they will be rehabilitated and taught self-managerial skills.
“We are going to train a group of officers in skills to help the mentally ill as well as assist them to manage violence against spouses and children,” he said.
Addressing the press after the launch, Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Patrick Onyango said the decision to carry out mental checkups on officers came from the Police Advisory Committee (PAC).
He said PAC deliberated on the issues raised about the conduct of some Police officers and observed that the officers could be stressed, mentally ill or psychologically unstable. Onyango noted that the force, thereafter, got in touch with the School of Psychology at Makerere University.
“This is necessary for our officers as they get involved in nasty situations. For example, a traffic officer who rescues casualties with broken limbs, a fire brigade directorate that goes for emergencies to retrieve a baby in a pit and crime officers who handle murdered victims, these people get stressed and traumatized, hence the need to be checked and helped,” Onyango said.
“However, the data obtained from officers will be confidential and only be used for research purposes,” he said.
The survey will be first of its kind to be conducted in Kampala.