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“114 Coronavirus Patients Have Been Healed In Winners Chapel” — Bishop Oyedepo

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Founder of Living Faith Church, Bishop David Oyedepo on Sunday, disclosed that his church has recorded 114 COVID-19 healings.

The General overseer made this revelation during his sermon at the church’s headquarters in Ota, Ogun State, while faulting the partial reopening of markets and lamented that market places where people no longer observe social distancing or hygiene remain open but the church is being suppressed.

According to Oyedepo; “Can anybody silence the church? Never! I have never heard of anybody that God healed in the market but people get healed in every church day and night, real tangible healing.”

He continued; “We have recorded 114 coronavirus healing testimonies. We got 10 this week.
And that is the place that is vulnerable, not the market.”

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7 Policemen Feared Killed In Auto Crash

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No fewer than seven policemen have been reported killed in a motor accident involving police special forces along the Kaduna-Zaria highway on Sunday evening.

Eye witnesses said the crash occurred around 4:30pm close to Jaji Military Cantonment when a speeding 18-seater bus with kitted and rifled policemen somersaulted.

Our correspondent could not ascertain where the Policemen were coming from but learnt they were heading towards Zaria from Kaduna when the accident happened.

An eyewitness said: “It was a terrible accident because I counted about seven bodies of policemen in the middle of the road. Two were seriously injured while others survived.”

Public Relations Officer, PPRO of Kaduna Police Command, ASP Muhammed Jalige told journalists the Command has sent a team of policemen to the scene to find out what actually happened.

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I’m Alive — Nigerian Man In Torture Video In Pakistan Reveals

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The Nigerian man in Pakistan identified as Innocent Chima who was seen in a viral torture video, has come out to reveal he is alive.

Chima took to social media to make a video to appreciate Nigerians especially his kinsmen for coming to his aide.

Days ago a video surfaced online showing a man, said to be a Nigerian, tied up and tortured as he cried out to a brother at large whom he claimed used him as collateral for drugs.

Chima was said to have been filmed by a gang to force his brother out of hiding to meet a financial obligation the duo had entered into with the merchants.

Fortunately, a group of wealthy Igbo men in Nigeria came together to set Chima free by contributing money to pay the druglords since Andrew is nowhere to be found.

They spoke with Chima and assured him that he will be fine as they are set to pay the collateral.

In a fresh video, he happily appreciated everyone that came together to donate money for his freedom.

Some concerned natives of their homeland have however threatened to deal with his uncle if he is ever found.

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Ghanaian Man Pours Hot Water On His Breastfeeding Wife’s Breast In Enugu [PHOTOS]

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A Ghanaian man, Emmanuel Opoku, has been arrested by men of the Enugu state police command for allegedly pouring hot water on the breasts of his nursing wife.

A women-based non-profit organization, WomenAids Collective WACOL who shared the sad story online, said the nursing mother with a three-month-old baby, was allegedly assaulted by Opoku after she asked him for money to purchase some food items.

The group said Mr Opoku has been arrested and will be charged to court on Monday, July 14 while the battered wife has been taken to the hospital where she is receiving medical attention.

On the 9th day of July 2020, a good Samaritan reported to WACOL that one Mr. Emmanuel Opoku, a Ghanaian who lives in Nigeria has been torturing and abusing his wife Mrs. K.

WACOL quickly reached out to the victim who is a mother of two boys.
The victim narrated to WACOL that Mr. Emmanuel Opoku was in the habit of physically and verbally abusing her, denying her and the children necessities and always torturing her unprovoked.

The recent incident happened when she asked him for money to prepare food for the family, he blatantly refused and while she was making pap for the 3 months old baby, he proceeded to pour the hot water on her breast.
Mrs. K has been in excruciating pain, she stated that whenever she tries to breastfeed the baby her breast will start bleeding profusely.
After her counselling session with the WACOL legal team, a complaint was filed and the team forwarded a petition to the Police Area Commander to investigate the matter and ensure the arrest of Mr. Emmanuel Opoku.

On receipt of the petition, the Area Commander promptly issued a warrant of arrest against the perpetrator.

The arrest has been effected and Mr. Emmanuel Opoku is now in police custody and will be charged to court on Monday. WACOL also took Mrs. K.to the hospital where she is currently receiving medical treatment.

Prof Joy Ngozi Ezeilo expressed her gratitude to the police for their prompt response in the case and stated that WACOL will follow through as usual to ensure that justice is manifestly seen to be done.

WACOL hereby, pleads with Nigerians to report any suspected case of violence against women and children.
Together we will end the impunity of violence against women and girls that is raging our society today.

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