The young men were seen saying there’s nothing he will preach as they will keep “popping” and one of them also mentioned “scam.”
Some young Nigerian boys have reacted to Pastor David Ibiyeomie of Salvation Ministries, Port Harcourt, who said that yahoo boys will have accidents with cars they buy with money gotten from online fraud.
It was earlier reported that the Port Harcourt-based clergyman laid a curse on internet fraudsters popularly known as Yahoo boys and police officers who work with them.
“Every prophet is ordained to be spoken against. So it is not a problem. It is already written. It is not that it is something that is new,” he said.
Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith Church has cautioned Christians to refrain from criticizing their prophets, claiming that such an attitude invites God’s wrath.
Speaking against men of God can draw leprosy, according to the renowned cleric who made the warning during the Leadership Empowerment Summit at the church’s headquarters, Faith Tabernacle, Canaanland, Ota, Ogun State. Many detractors of Oyedepo’s ministry must have already received their fair share of the punishment, according to Oyedepo, who emphasizes that the warnings are based on spiritual understanding.
The Rivers State Police Command has arrested a pastor identified as Chris Onyebuchi Amadi who allegedly strangled his wife to death during an argument in Aluu, Ikwere Local Government Area of the state. Amadi, the pastor of a new generation church, Shalom Mercy Ministry located in Aluu, attempted to flee after he allegedly killed his 30-year-old wife, Evangelist Solution Amadi, who is also a pastor and marriage counsellor in the church.
Spokesperson of the command, Nnamdi Omoni, who confirmed the arrest to NAN on Thursday, November 11, said the deceased’s corpse was retrieved from the scene of the crime and has been deposited in a morgue. Omoni said the suspect has been transferred to the State Criminal and Investigation Department on the orders of the Commissioner of Police, Friday Eboka.
Clergyman Mike Bamiloye and his wife Gloria are celebrating their 33rd wedding anniversary today October 7.
The minister in a post shared on his Instagram page thanked God for helping him wed the love of his life. Bamiloye averred that if God had not been merciful to him and prevented the ladies he had proposed to initially to turn him down, he would have missed marrying Glori, thereby missing it in life.
Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has said that he will get the COVID-19 vaccine to avoid being prevented from entering some countries.
Mr Adeboye who made the declaration while addressing a congregation of worshippers at the monthly Holy Ghost Night, said he would get vaccinated, should it be a prerequisite for visiting other countries for work of the gospel.
Five persons have been arrested over alleged attempt to kill officials of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in Oyo.
Speaking on the arrest during a press briefing, on Thursday, July 1, the Oyo State Commandant, Michael Akintayo Adaralewa, said that the suspects, Abiodun Abraham, Abiodun Akinola, Gbenga Abraham, Ramoni Oyewole and Babatunde Temito, committed the offence, on Tuesday, at the Agugu area of Adaralewa disclosed that the civil defence officials had gone to the scene to arrest Abiodun Abraham in relation to a case of stealing when he started shouting and calling on people around the area to rescue him from kidnappers.
The Commandant stated that the false alarm prompted hoodlums to descend on the officers, hitting them with different weapons and tearing their clothes.
He added that they also hanged tyres on the necks of the officers and were about setting them ablaze when a team of Operation Burst operatives passing by noticed the commotion and drew near, before noticing that those being attacked were civil defence officers.
The commandant said further that the officers were quickly rescued while the Operation Burst operatives called for reinforcement.
The Commandant said that those arrested were suspected of being part of the attackers, as they followed the vehicle being used to convey the principal suspect from the scene.
Condemning the jungle justice being perpetrated by some residents without seeking verification of culpability or none by the targeted victims, the Commandant warned that the wrath of the law would be brought on the violators of the law.
In an interview with the Nigerian Tribune, one of the arrested suspects, Akinola, said that he was not one of those who attacked the civil defence officers but only followed the vehicle that took him away from the scene because the principal suspect was his boss during his vocation as a caterpillar engineer.
He confirmed the attack on the officers but said that he was able to save one of them from the hoodlums.
Also arrested was a Point of Sale (PoS) operator, Oluwatosin Gbadamosi, for allegedly giving fake Nigerian currency notes in N1,000 denominations to unsuspecting victims.
Gbadamosi claimed that a customer had deposited N120,000 notes with him, unknown to him that they were fake notes.
He said that he got into trouble when he spent the notes for another person who discovered that they were fake.