Former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, has taken to social media to give some interesting advice to men who spend money on their girlfriends.
Sharing his popular #RenoNuggets on twitter, Reno said spending money on a Woman who is not your wife drains blessings and men are under no obligation to do that since they aren’t married to these women.
“Dear men, a woman who fell in love after seeing your wallet will also fall out of love after seeing your downfall. You are under no obligation to spend your money on a woman that is not your wife. It does not make you stingy.”
“It make you wise, because spending to maintain girlfriends drain blessings from you. spending to maintain parents rains blessings on you.. Learn to pleasure your parents if you want treasure in your life. Honour your father and mother and God will honour you.”
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Angry Muslim Woman Confronts Pastor Preaching In Delta [VIDEO]
A video of a visibly angry female Nigerian muslim who confronts a male pastor and makes attempt to snatch away the microphone from his hand for preaching in public has surfaced online.
Inside the barely two-minute video, the yet-to-be identified Pastor can be seen saying that Jesus Is The Son Of God at a market in Asaba, Delta State while the woman argued that Allah has no son.
Towards the end of the video, the pastor however exclaimed that “Nigeria cannot be islamized.”
See the video below:
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Angry Nigerian Muslim Woman Confronts Pastor and Snatches The Microphone away from His Mouth and Attempts to Destroy his Speakers, For Preaching In Public And Saying That Jesus Is The Son Of God At A Market In Asaba, Delta State, According to Her, “Allah has No Son”!!! . Important Notice: The Speech and Actions In this video are clearly credited to the people or persons in it, They do not Represent our own Views. Gossip Mill Nigeria is a News Media Outlet and we are strongly against any form of Religious intolerance.
SARS Arrests Three Notorious Robbers In Aba
Operatives of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) of Abia State Police Command have arrested three notorious robbers in Aba, the state commercial hub.
This is coming few days after the killing of the dreaded robbery suspect, Grave, in Umuahia, the state capital.
The names of the suspected robbers who had been terrorising Aba and its environs were given as Kenneth, Emmanuel and Michael.
According to a source, the arrest of the suspects, who were said to be responsible for robbery incidents in the Okpulu Umuobo axis of the commercial city, followed a tip off.
The gang was said to be going for a robbery operation when
The members were apprehended by SARS and three rifles were recovered from them.
Confirming the incident, Abia State commissioner of police, Ene Okon, praised the gallantry of the SARS operatives under the leadership of its commander, Obioguru Johnbull.
Promising that the suspects would be arraigned immediately investigations were concluded, Okon directed SARS in the state to extend their operations to the Owerri-Aba Road axis which he said has become a breeding ground for armed robbers, cultists and kidnappers.
Alleged Serial Killer, David West, Checked Into Hotel As Military Officer
The murder trial of the accused serial killer, Gracious David West, commenced on Monday, December 9 in Port Harcourt, with one of the witnesses for the state and an hotelier, Mr Chigbo Okeke, testifying that suspected serial killer checked into his hotel with a false identity as a military officer.
Testifying in a State High Court Presided over by Justice Adolphus Enebeli, Chigbo Okeke, who is the manager of Ivory Hotel located along in Oyigbo in Oyigbo local government area of the state, said David West checked into room 313 of the hotel as a military officer and gave his name as Kachi Tom Jonah.
The hotel manager said it was at the hotel that David West later picked one of his victims, the late Miss Linda Samuel, who he killed later that night despite the fact that both of them enjoyed a bowl of roasted fish and slept together at night.
The accused had on the first appearance in Court pleaded guilty to nine out of the 10 counts of murder slammed on him by Rivers State Government.
But during his last appearance, he changed his plea to not guilty in all the charges.