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‘We no go do any fresh election for Bayelsa’ INEC tell APC



Di Independent National Electoral Commission INEC don tok say ein no go gri for di All Progressives Congress (APC) to do any fresh govnorship election for Bayelsa state.

No forget say APC bin dey want fresh election ontop say di Suprim court sak ein candidate wey bin win di election before-before com carry giv PDP candidate.

APC com tok say, instead of make PDP wey no win election take become govnor, make INEC kukuma do fresh election for di state.

But INEC oga for in-charge of Voter Educate and Publicity, Oluwole Osaze-Uzzi say lailai, INEC no go do any fresh election for Bayelsa.

Di oga say INEC don finish work ontop Bayelsa mata since friday wen ein don giv satificate of return to di new govnor, Senator Diri Duoye.

No forget say APC National Chairmo, Adams Oshiomhole, for February 14, 2020 write one leta to INEC Chairmo, Mahmood Yakubu, to say make INEC do fresh election for Bayelsa.

Oshiomhole tok say as dem swear-in Diri as govnor no folow for wetin constituion tok as Diri no meet up with wetin di law want.

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“Adeleke needs to be very prayerful” -says clergy who prophesied governor’s tribulations




If there is any time the governor of Osun State, Ademola Adeleke needs to pray, it is now and this is because the Friday January 27, 2023 verdict of the tribunal on the Osun state election may be the beginning of the fulfilment of the January 1, 2023 prophecy on looming unfavourable circumstances against the governor.

An Abuja Based prophet and Founder of the Shiloh Word Chapel, Prophet I. O Samuel had on January 1, 2023 said in a prophecy, which was also documented in the church record that people should pray for governor Adeleke, saying he saw physical and spiritual attack against him and his position as well as his health.

The prophecy was documented as prophecy number 15 out of the 34 prophecies for the year 2023 list tagged “yearly prophecies for 2023” that was pronounced by Prophet Samuel on January 1, 2023.

While relaying the prophecy, Prophet Samuel said “Governor Adeleke, the governor that was just sworn in, the governor that dance, pray against a strange evil plot against your position and health, increase your security, change your cabinet, I see strange attack, both physical and spiritual, I saw evil plots against your position and your health”.

Osun State Governorship Election Petition Tribunal had on Friday January 27, 2023 sacked Governor Ademola Adeleke and ordered the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC, to withdraw the certificate of return issued to him and issue a fresh one to Oyetola as the duly elected governor of Osun.

The ruling of the tribunal came 27 days after the prophet Samuel prophecy which he released on January 1, 2023. Governor has however appealed the tribunal judgement.

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WHO joins forces with FIFA, Quatar to launch #ACTogether campaign on CVID-19




Using the platform of the first FIFA Arab Cup™, the World Health Organization (WHO), FIFA and the Qatari authorities are launching the #ACTogether campaign to call for teamwork and unity to ensure equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines, treatments and tests.

A large proportion of the global population remains susceptible to infection and at an increased risk of severe disease and death. Vaccine inequity persists in many parts of the world; of the nearly 7.5 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines administered globally by mid-November 2021, only 0.6% had been administered in low‑income countries. The WHO is emphasizing the need to scale up access to vaccines, treatments and diagnostics, through support to the global Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator equity initiative, as well as the importance of strict adherence to public health measures.

FIFA will utilize football’s substantial platform during the FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021™ with a series of videos for broadcast, both in-stadium and around Doha. Team captains will also show their support for the message, while each participating member association will have assets to share with its fans via its social and digital platforms. The #ACTogether awareness initiative was first rolled out during the last edition of the FIFA Club World Cup™ in Qatar in February 2021 and its latest iteration stresses that the COVID-19 pandemic is not over.

FIFA President Gianni Infantino said: “Nobody is safe until everyone is safe and we all have our roles to play in sharing that message. Health comes first, and through football, we can reinforce the message that high infection and death rates will persist worldwide as long as there is inequitable access to tools to fight the pandemic. Teamwork is key to that and that’s why we are standing together with the WHO, the Qatar Ministry of Public Health and the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy and call for everyone to #ACTogether and lay the foundations for a healthy FIFA World Cup in 2022.”

Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General said: “The emergence of the Omicron variant underlines the importance of global solidarity and working together to defeat the pandemic. I welcome the strong support from Qatar’s Ministry of Public Health, the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, FIFA, players, spectators and partners to support this vital message on the occasion of the FIFA Arab Cup. Now, more than ever, we need to facilitate equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines, treatments and tests, and encourage everyone to follow public health measures. Fully funding the ACT Accelerator will help make the ambition of ending the acute phase of the pandemic a reality.”

Her Excellency Dr Hanan Mohamed Al Kuwari, Qatar’s Minister of Public Health, said: “The Ministry is proud to be partnered with FIFA and WHO to promote global collaboration and ensure the safety and health of all. While the pandemic remains managed in Qatar, the threat of the pandemic is still present around the world, and unfortunately access to the tools to defeat the virus remain limited for many countries.”

Her Excellency noted that just as the players in the FIFA Arab Cup will experience a level playing field on the pitch in Qatar, the world needs to ensure a level playing field exists for getting vaccines, treatments and tests where they are needed most. She called on members of the public to continue to follow hygiene, social distancing and other preventive measures, and expressed her delight to have the chance to promote this vital message at the Arab Cup.

Mr Hassan Al Thawadi, Secretary General of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, said: “The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 will be the next mega-event to take place in a COVID-19 world. As organizers, the health and safety of all participants and fans is our number one priority, and our support for #ACTogether is an integral part of this commitment. Working closely with the Ministry of Public Health, the WHO and FIFA, we have no doubt that this campaign will contribute to ensuring that the tournament will be both safe and secure, and we look forward to bringing the world together, both in person and digitally, to celebrate their common humanity and passion for football.”

In using the inaugural FIFA Arab Cup 2021 to share the message, FIFA and its partners are underlining their commitment to both fair play and equity in protecting public health, reflecting core values on the pitch, all while staying true to the main public health measures.

The #ACTogether campaign is being supported by the lead partner agencies of the ACT Accelerator initiative: CEPI, FIND, Gavi, The Global Fund, UNICEF, Unitaid, Wellcome, the WHO, the World Bank and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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Wiseman Daniel arrives Abuja amid fanfare



By Patrick Iwelunmor

The General Overseer of the Everlasting Light of Hope International Ministries (ELOHIM), Prophet Daniel Emelandu, popularly known as Wiseman Daniel, on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 arrived Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria, in preparation for his much anticipated International Prayer Meeting for All Nations, scheduled for the 24th and 25th of September, 2021, at the Velodrome Main Bowl of the Moshood Abiola International Stadium, Abuja.

A protégé of the late Prophet TB Joshua, Wiseman Daniel arrived Nigeria’s capital aboard an Arik Air flight from Lagos and was received amid fanfare, outside the Arrival Hall of the domestic wing of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport by members of his ministry, dignitaries and international visitors from no less than ten different countries, who were waiving their national flags as the man of God acknowledged cheers from them.

The international visitors waved the flags of Zambia, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Ghana, Mozambique, South Africa, England, Germany, the United States, Canada and Bahamas, among others. Some of them who spoke to newsman said they were in Nigeria to partake of the outpouring of God’s undiluted power in an era when the world is facing many grave challenges.

Mary from Lesotho told newsmen that she is in Nigeria because she expects God’s touch on her and her family. “I am expecting deliverance for my family and my country and with breakthrough”, she said. For Agnes, who flew in from Berlin Germany, the prayer meeting is an opportunity of a lifetime to have a divine encounter. She said: “This international prayer meeting gives me great joy.  I am very happy to be here because I know my family shall be delivered and I will be healed in Jesus’ name.

The FREE Prayer Line registration which commenced on Thursday, 16th September will end on Wednesday, 22nd of September. It would be recalled that the last Abuja for Christ Crusade held by Wiseman Daniel, earlier in 2021, was a huge success, according to reports in the media.

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