11 Jan 2016

New Cele Leader will emerge in September – Prophet MKO Tibetan | Says “Oschoffa’s kids must leave Celestial Church alone” + How he predicted crisis in 2012

Front Cover of the Prediction 2015 book by Prophet MKO Tibetan

If giving accurate prophecy is a birth given gift then it could be said that Prophet Marcus Korede Oluwatosin Tibetan is a gifted Prophet like his Biblical times counterparts of Prophet Elijah and Prophet Elisha. This fiery man of God who has given several prophecies on national and international personalities, countries and organizations and which all came to pass has added his own voice to the new leadership crisis rocking the Celestial Church of Christ in the last two weeks.

Fashola unfolds 13-point agenda to revive power sector, promises improved power services


Minister of Power, Road and Works, Babatunde Fashola, has unveiled his 13-point agenda for the power sector in Nigeria. Fashola unveiled his plans during the maiden meeting he had with power generation, distribution and transmission companies, and other stakeholders in Abuja today January 11th.

JUST IN: Metuh Drags EFCC To Court

Olisa Metuh, the national publicity secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has filed a suit before a Federal High Court in Lagos, seeking his immediate release from custody.
Olisa Metuh is seeking his immediate release from custody.
On January 5, Metuh was arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for allegedly benefiting from the $2.1bn arms funds allegedly diverted by Sambo Dasuki, a former national security adviser.

CBN Lifts Ban On Dollars Deposit

In order to stem the tide of growing foreign exchange crisis, the Central Bank of Nigeria has finally lifted the ban stopping commercial banks from accepting cash deposits of foreign exchange from customers.
File photo of CBN governor,Godwin Emefiele
This announcement was made by the CBN governor, Godwin Emefiele, in Abuja on Monday, January 11, saying that the new directive takes immediate effect.
He added that the CBN discontinue its sales of foreign exchange to Bureau de Change (BDC) operators.
The CBN governor accused the BDCs of excessive greed and rent-seeking practices, Premium Times reports.

Former Osun NLC Chairman Needs Urgent Medical Help

Comrade Francis Olatunji, Immediate past NLC Chairman in Osun State
This image of the Former NLC Chairman has appeared  on the internet. As seen above, the former labour leader is now a shadow of his old vibrant self and a 'walking skeleton' after suffering from an undisclosed disease. 

Woman Who Bathes Nursing Mother With Hot Water Confesses

Sixteen days after Williams Esther, bathed her neighbour, Mrs Mabel Enwongomfon–Umoh, a nursing mother with a bucket of hot water during their minor argument on the 24th of December, 2015, she has come out to blame the devil for her wicked act.
Since the incident took place, Mabel has been experiencing excruciating pain as she sustained severe burns on her chest, breasts, neck and a part of her face.
As a result of the terrible incident, and the severity of the burns, her two months old baby has been deprived breastfeeding because of her breast injuries.

This Guy's Girlfriend Sent her Nude Photos to his Dad Secretly

Guys, just pray you don't even meet a stupid lady in your life not to talk of dating such. There are a lot of good girls, but you have to take your time to separate the real deal from the promiscuous bunch.

Catholic Church Plans To Move Popular Rev Father Mbaka

Indications have emerged that popular priest and founder of Adoration Ministry, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka may be transferred out of his station, Christ the King Parish in GRA, Enugu State.

The move to transfer Father Mbaka by Enugu Catholic Diocese is coming against the backdrop of his recent strong prophecies, especially in the political landscape of Nigeria where he predicted the defeat of former president Goodluck Jonathan by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Photos: Identity of 2 female victims of Zaria clash between the Army and Shitte sect revealed

Fatima Ali Munjibir, 22, (left) a 200L student of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Zaria and Nusaiba Yaqub (right), fondly called Pinky, a student of Usman Dan Fodio University(UD) Sokoto were among the scores of people killed during a siege on the Shitte sect's compound by the Nigerian Army.

Dog gives birth to human baby

Piglet Born With Monkey's Face (Video)


A mutant piglet born with the head of a monkey could be a result of environmental pollution, according to scientists.
Images and video of the creature quickly went viral on social media, as viewers branded the strange creature ‘a monkey pig’.
The animal appears to have a considerably shortened snout as well as monkey-like ears and eyes.
The mutant piglet drew a huge crowd of curious onlookers
Sadly, the piglet died just four days after it was born.

Man shoots estate agent over ex-wife’s property

The police in Lagos have arrested a man, Ifeanyi Okpoko, for allegedly shooting an estate agent, Kazeem Opagun, who came to work on his ex-wife’s property in the Ajao Estate area of the state.
Our correspondent learnt that Okpoko allegedly shot the agent, when the latter and another colleague, identified as Lanre Aromasodu, asked Ifeanyi to produce the landed property documents when he met them on the site.

Lagos traders lament attack, vow to fight back

Traders at the popular Ile-Epo Market in Abule Egba area of Lagos State have lamented alleged continuous attack by the National Union of Road Transport Workers on them, saying they may be forced to fight back.
They called on the state Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, to probe Thursday attack by NURTW members, which allegedly led to a bloodbath.
The traders alleged that policemen were brought into the market by the NURTW and some officials of the Agbado Oke-Odo Local Council Development Area, adding that some traders were shot, while others were attacked with cutlasses.
The Secretary, Ile-Epo Market, William Falana, and the Iyaloja General of the market, Mrs. Modupe Shonola, in a statement on Sunday, said if the governor did not probe the attack, they might be forced to fight back, leading to avoidable “calamity never witnessed in the history of markets in Lagos State,” the traders said in the statement.
It was gathered that the crisis in the market was caused by revenue collection, with the traders insisting that the council could not use NURTW thugs to collect revenue in the market.
The traders said, “The NURTW has no right to operate in a market that has no motor park; and no council should engage NURTW thugs for revenue collection in any market in Lagos State.
“These are what we urgently expect the governor to address. We have now come to realise that we need to stand up to rescue our market from lawless people.”
The traders said during the Thursday’s attack, some leaders in the market and heads of each ethnic groups in the market were arrested.
The Lagos State Chairman of the NURTW, Tajudeen Agbede, however, accused the traders of always looking for trouble by attacking members of the union.
He said, “There was a clash between the NURTW members and the traders on Thursday, but the traders were that ones that attacked our members first. The attack was not the first time, but we hope the government would wade into it and resolve all issues.”
The state police spokesman, DSP Joe Offor, had yet to reply to a text message sent to his mobile phone.

'Nigeria has never seen this type of corruption being exposed before' - Soyinka

Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka says the current anti-corruption fight by the federal government has revealed an unprecedented level of corruption that has never been recorded in Nigeria before. Soyinka said this when the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, paid him a courtesy visit at his home in Lagos today January 9th.

"We have not had a case where it had been alleged and increasingly proven that money supposed to be spent on defending ourselves, our nation, our neighbourhood, has been shared among individuals. We never had experience where we were in a state of critical emergency where children are being kidnapped under our noses. Never had there been a situation where we are helpless and our soldiers are sent to the front to defend our very existence and we are not backing them up with conduct that shows integrity and commitment. Because of these reasons, corruption is really desperate and has chosen to fight back, but I am confident that corruption will be tackled," Soyinka said.

Arrest of Faleke, Audu by DSS: Nigeria now under full-blown dictatorship – Fayose

PropelleradsThe Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has described Saturday’s arrest and detention of the Kogi State Deputy Governor-Elect, Hon. James Abiodun Faleke, and Mohammed Audu, son of the late former Governor of Kogi State and the All Progressives Congress governorship candidate, Abubakar Audu, as a confirmation of his prediction that penchant for dictatorship will rise this year with rampant disobedience human rights abuses by the APC government of President Mohammadu Buhari.
The governor said though Faleke and Audu were released very late on Saturday by men of the Department of State Services, Nigerians should by the arrest brace up for a full-blown dictatorship.
In a statement issued on Sunday by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, Governor Fayose said: “It is now clear that Nigerians can no longer hold opinion different from that of President Buhari and his faction of the APC and this should worry lovers of democracy in the country.”
He said arresting and humiliating Faleke and Audu by the DSS just because they choose to pursue their rights within the ambit of the law was a dangerous trend that all Nigerians, irrespective of political party affiliation must condemn.
Governor Fayose said: “They started with Senate President, Bukola Saraki; later, the DSS invaded the Akwa-Ibom State Government House and those who should speak out kept silent because of politics.
“The DSS moved against the former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col Sambo Dasuki, invading his residences in a commando liked manner and when he got order from the court for the DSS to vacate his house, the order was ignored. Up till today, Dasuki is still in detention despite that he was granted bail by the court and he met the bail conditions.
“When all these happened to Dasuki, many of those who should talk, especially our so-called human rights activists kept silent because of politics.
“Now that it happened to Faleke and Audu, members of President Buhari’s party who are not on the same page with him on the Kogi State election, should we also keep silent because it is APC affairs? Definitely no!
“We are not going to keep silent because we are not in this to protect the interest of any political interest. Rather, our concern is the survival of democracy, which is obviously being threatened by the forces that have turned the DSS to their agent of political
“Most importantly, Nigerians should know that tyranny does not know political boundary. The moment tyranny becomes full-blown, it does not even know its own family members. The only concern is its selfish interests and anyone that is against those interests must be pull down or whip to line.”

FG Set To Probe NDDC

Reactions have continued to trail the federal government’s restructuring of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).
Speaking to Vanguard, Babachir David Lawal, the secretary to the government of the federation, said the move by the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government is aimed at keeping a close eye on the activities of the commission in its bid to make it serve the needs of the region better.
According to Lawal, the NDDC as being in bad shape and the debt profile of the agency has risen to N300 billion due to many contracts yet to be completed in most cases.
FG Turns Searchlight On NDDC
The SGF said: “We have to reorganise the NDDC to serve as a strategic development organisation to be able to address the peculiar needs of the region and its people.
“As part of the re-organisation, we are going to beam our searchlight on the commission’s activities and see how best to reposition the agency for better performance. We will do whatever is necessary to put the NDDC in a better shape for the overall development of the area.
“I can tell you that the Federal Government is very sympathetic to the Niger Delta because of its peculiar terrain and we need to take urgent steps to put things right in the place.”
On why it took some time before the NDDC management was sacked, the SGF explained that the government needed to study the situation in the commission before wielding its axe against the officials.
“We needed to study the place before taking action,” he said.
On the complaints by some of the nine states that they had been marginalised by the sacking of their natives on the board and the appointment of a sole administrator, the SGF said: “I want to assure all the nine states that nobody will be short-changed in the composition of the board and management of the NDDC. The right thing will be done by putting the right people in place in accordance with the Act setting up the commission.”
Naij.com recalls that the presidency relieved Dr. Henry Ogiri, Executive Director Finance, Tuoyo Omatsuli, Executive Director Projects of the NDDC and Bassey Dan-Abia, the managing director,  of their appointments, paving the way for the newly-appointed Sole Administrator/Acting Managing Director, Mrs. Ibim Semenitari, to run the agency alone in the interim.
The sacked board was empanelled by President Goodluck Jonathan in December 2013.


Jomar Aguayo
The dead body of Jomar Aguayo is seated at a table with domino tiles and a condom placed in one of his hands
He appears to be deep in thought as he plans out his next dominoes move while his friends party around him; but this young man is actually dead, and he is being the guest of honour at his own wake.

Jomar Aguayo Collazo was shot in a bar in Río Piedras in Puerto Rico last Sunday just a few days after his 23rd birthday.

Just before his funeral, his mother, who owns the bar, decided to give her son a decent send off by allowing him to play dominos and drink in his corner one last time.

Dressed in a blue tracksuit, Jomar sat with his head bowed as friends and family took it in turns to sit on the chairs surrounding him, while dance music played from the juke box.

The young man, who had a gun on his corpse when police found him, was one of three killed in what was thought to be a drugs related incident. Four more were wounded.

See photos:
              The mother of Jomar Aguayo stands next to the dead body of her son
Jomar Aguayo
           The mother of Jomar Aguayo and a friend sweep the floor around the table
Jomar Aguayo
 The mother of Jomar Aguayo plants a kiss on the cheek of her dead son
Jomar Aguayo
The dead body of Jomar Aguayo is seated at a table with domino tiles in San Juan

PHOTOS: Celebration In Bayelsa As INEC Declares Governor Dickson Winner Of Guber Polls

Bayelsans have trooped out on the streets of the state capital, Yenagoa, to celebrate the re-election of Governor Seriake Dickson of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for another term of four years.

Falana slams Buhari over Dasuki, Kanu’s re-arrest

A human rights lawyer, Mr. Femi Falana (SAN), said on Sunday that there was no legal justification for the re-arrest of the immediate past National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (retd.), and the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu, after they were granted bails by different courts.
Falana in a statement said as a President who won an election on the promise to fight corruption and end impunity, President Muhammadu Buhari was duty-bound to ensure that all organs and agents of government respected the law.
The senior advocate added that the President should restrain overzealous security personnel from engaging in impunity that could expose the government to undue embarrassment.
Falana said, “One of the reasons why Nigerians voted for the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), during the last general elections was his promise to fight corruption and end impunity in the country. Upon winning the election, President Buhari further pledged to abide by the Rule of Law.
“To that extent, he has a duty to ensure that all organs and officials of the government operate within the ambit of the law. In particular, he should not allow overzealous security personnel to engage in any form of impunity and thereby expose the government to unwarranted embarrassment.”
He said in the cases of Dasuki and Kanu, the only option open to government if aggrieved with the bails granted them, was to appeal against the court rulings.
“He was eventually charged with money laundering and criminal diversion of huge sums of public fund before the Federal High Court and the Federal Capital Territory High Court at Abuja. Notwithstanding the gravity of the offences, both courts have admitted him to bail.
“But after he had met the bail conditions, the DSS decided to re-arrest him at the gate of Kuje prisons on the ground that investigations have not been concluded in respect of other criminal allegations.”

Biafra Election: Asari Dokubo, OPC Leader To Visit Owerri

The leader of the Niger Delta Volunteer Force, Asari Dokubo and Dr. Fredrick Fasheun , the founder of the Oodua Peoples Congress are expected to be in Owerri, Imo state for the prayer session ahead of the Scheduled Biafra election.
Ralph Uwazuruike, the leader of the Biafra group, Biafra Independent Movement (BIM) had earlier announced that elections in the projected independent Biafra state would hold in February 22.
Uwazuruike was the leader of the Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State Of Biafra before he was ousted on the ground of disloyalty. He went on to form BIM and plans have been made to conduct election in the region. This has been followed by the appointment oRev. Fr. Samuel Aniebonam as the chairman of Biafra Independent National Electoral Commission.
The Sun reports that Uwazuruike announced that an inter-denominational prayer session would hold at the Ojukwu me­morial library on Tuesday, January 12.
He said religious clerics from the south south and south east region are expected to be in Owerri for the three day fasting and prayer session. He said it was organized to ask for God’s support for a successful election.
He announced that Apostle Gregory Ashieg­bu would anchor the theme of the prayer titled: “Give us Biafra”
Uwazuruike explained that the election would be different from Nigeria’s own and would be an open ballot system unlike Nigeria’s closed ballot system. He said that all elections into offices would have been completed by May 22.
Meanwhile, Uwazuruikeclaimed that some expelled members of MASSOB are collecting money from politiciansPropellerads