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Monday, May 25, 2020

All Men That Complain About Fallen Breasts Are Stupid - Popular Actress Says

All men that complain about fallen breasts are stupid

Nollywood on-screen character and author, Olawunmi Toriola, who is most likely tired of hearing men whine about ladies' dropped boobs, says it's just insidious men who gripe about falling bosoms. Simply insidious men grumble about falling bosoms. On the off potential for success that you've been having here for a long time, you won't discover a spot to plunk down, "she jested via web-based networking media.

Other than being a productive skilled on-screen character, Wunmi Toriola is a wonderful, stunning lady who has delighted in a genuinely effective profession.

It's off-base for you men to consider our boobs like that it's an odd God who makes it like that realizes why it's generally similar to you can't beguile nature since it's the perfect time to fall, so dear men must quit being fiendish.

Men this inquiry is over to you. What would you be able to state about the woman? Do you think what she said is wrong or correct?

Drop your comments.

I Faked My Death to Stop My Parents From Bothering Me Financially - Lady Reveals

I faked my death cause of my parents

Margaret Adiya Ikumu, A teenage housemaid, who posted fake pictures of her purported death on Facebook, yesterday told the police that she was compelled to take such a decision to keep her mother and uncle away from putting financial pressure on her.

Nineteen-year-old Ikumu, who was a maid in an estate in Ajah, said both her mother and uncle abandoned her when her father died but later turned around to be demanding money from her.

“I was just tired of the financial pressure they kept mounting on me. That was why I faked my death as the only way out,” she said.

The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, Bala Elkana, said that on May 15, 2020, the Command received a petition signed by one Tony Iji, on behalf of the Ikumu family members, who hail from Oni, Oju Local Government, Benue State.

Elkana said the petitioners stated that their attention had been drawn to a post on Facebook stating that the said Margaret Adiya Ikumu had died a few days ago and was secretly buried by her two friends, Marvelous Mary and Nneka Buddy, in Ajah.

The family members further stated that they were able to establish contact with the said friends, who confirmed to them that their daughter had died.

The police spokesman said, “The friends said they had been instructed by Margaret not to allow members of her family know anything about her death, and that they were authorised by the deceased person to secretly bury her. To make them believe that the girl was truly dead, they sent WhatsApp chats to a member of the girl’s family, with picture of a casket showing that the girl had been buried.

“The known phone number of the girl was permanently switched off. The family also got in touch with a man on phone, who claimed to be her boyfriend. He corroborated the claim that she was dead.

“The girl was eventually found by the police to be alive and working as a housemaid in an estate at Ajah. When her employer saw the report of her purported death, they quickly informed the police and she was brought to the Ajah police station.

“In her statement, she confessed to have created the Facebook account and posted her obituary with intent to keep her family away from her. She said her mother was putting financial pressure on her, constantly demanding that she sends money to her. The girl is apparently bitter with her mother and uncles over their inability to sponsor her education after the death of her father. Her sojourn to Lagos is to work, save some money and return to school.

“She admitted using the photograph of her employer’s daughter, Dr Nimechi Ugorji, without her knowledge, as her profile photo in the fictitious Facebook account she created. But her uncle, on seeing the obituary, downloaded the profile picture and reposted it, calling on members of the public who knew the person on the photograph to report to the nearest police station. Investigation is ongoing.”

God Will Humiliate Pandemic As Churches and Other Places Of worship Now Reopened - Bishop Oyedepo Says

God Will Humiliate Pandemic

Bishop David Oyedepo, The presiding Bishop of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, has reacted to the reopening of churches across the country, saying “we serve a prayer answering God.”

The bishop has maintained that churches remained a solution centre to all human crises.

“Twenty one states as at last night, if I’m correct, twenty one states of the nation are open to worship.

“The other ones have no choice; they should just know that they have no choice,” the cleric said at the Church’s Covenant Hour of Prayer on Saturday, covened virtually.

He added that God had already answered the prayers of the saints against the Coronavirus, and that the signs are showing globally.

“Yesterday, the American president, Donald Trump, declared places of worship open across the United States.

“That is how God has been humiliating this noisome pestilence; watch out, very shortly,every part of the world would be totally free,” he said.

Bishop Oyedepo also predicted that the “fear of this noisome pestilence would be gone into oblivion.”

He prayed that “Nigeria is free from the torture and torment of the Coronavirus virus and the fear of it.”

Recall that Nigeria’s Presidential Task Force on Covid-19, had warned against reopening of places of worship, adding that it would be very much around for some time, hence, the need to take precautionary measures.

Covid19: It Is Too Soon and Risky to Re-open Churches Now - Faith Leaders Say No to Donald Trump Order to Reopen Places Of Worship In Chicago

It's too Risky to Reopen places of worship now

Some faith leaders in Chicago pushed back against Donald Trump's request after the president ordered churches to reopen amid the pandemic, saying it's still too soon for in-person services and large gatherings will put their congregation at risk.

Trump on Friday ordered the immediate reopening or churches across the country that have been closed for several weeks to stop people gathering and worsening the coronavirus outbreak. "If they don't do it, I will override the governors," the president said at the White House. "In America we need more prayer, not less."

Rev. Jesse Jackson was joined by roughly a dozen pastors and faith leaders in the state to call for local churches to stay closed, despite Trump's orders, according to Chicago Tribune.

They say in-person services should only resume when scientists and medical experts confirm church attendees will be safe from COVID-19 if they gather in large groups.

"People are dying," Jackson reportedly said during a webinar. "We're inclined to follow these doctors advice."

"The most dangerous thing we can do is open our churches too fast, slow and steady wins the race," he added.

U.S. President Trump speaks to the press after meeting with Republican Senators in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill, May 19, 2020 in Washington, DC.

The coalition of pastors touted the success of virtual church services and urged others to continue services remotely to avoid in-person crowds. "There is victory in the virtual service," Covenant United Church of Christ in South Holland Senior Pastor Ozzie Smith said.
We've been "opened this whole time," United Methodist Church Bishop Sally Dyck added.
America's recent battle over in-person church services marks the latest public opinion divide amid the ongoing pandemic. On May 23, Illinois reported a total of more than 107,700 coronavirus cases, with roughly 4,790 deaths.

Overall, the U.S. now has a total of over 1,666,800 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with around 98,600 deaths and 446,900 recoveries.

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot rebuked Trump's order, calling it "dangerous and foolish." She maintains that the president does not possess the authority to override the state's restrictions on large gatherings. Illinois Governor J.B.

Pritzker also refused to enforce Trump's order and said his state will continue to "operate on the basis of science and data."

However, not all church leaders agree. Two black community leaders on Saturday asked Lightfoot to follow Trump's instructions and allow in-person services, according to the Tribune.

New Canaan Land Missionary Baptist Church Pastor Pervis Thomas told the local outlet: "We just want her to recognize our institution as being essential."

Newsweek reached out to the White House for comment. This story will be updated with any response.

Sunday, May 24, 2020

I use These Seven Bible Verses to Convert My Mother-in-law to Islam - Engr. Dasby Reveals

I use bible verses to convert my mother in law

I started a serious relationship with my fiancee when I graduated from the tertiary institution. Her father was a Muslim when he was alive but her mother is a Christian.

My fiancee, Balikis has been practicing Islam right from the time her father was alive. I thought there wouldn't be any problem so far she was a Muslim before I met her.

One day, Balikis told me her mother instructed her to bring her fiance. I went there but when her mother asked me my name, I told her I am Lawal. That was when she knew me to be a Muslim. My mother in-law said "no I cannot give my daughter to a Muslim".

The following week, I went back to meet my mother in-law to show her some bible verses that demonstrate the way Muslims observe their prayers. My mother in-law said she would convert to Islam if I could confuse her with those verses. She also promised to support our marriage as well. With the help of God, I converted her to Islam.

These are the 7 Bible verses that I used to convert my mother in-law to Islam below;

1. "Stand in awe, and sin not."(Psalms 4:4).

2. "O come, let us worship and bow down: let us kneel before the Lord our maker." (Psalms 95:6).

3. "…all that go down to the dust shall bow before him…" (Psalms 22:29).

4. "…and he cast himself down upon the earth, and put his face between his knees." (1 Kings 18:42).

5. "And he (Jesus) was withdrawn from them about a stone’s cast, and kneeled down, and prayed." (Luke 22:41).

6. “Then David got up from the ground. After he had washed, put on lotions and changed his clothes, he went into the house of the LORD and worshiped. Then he went to his own house, and at his request they served him food, and he ate.” [2 Samuel 12:20].

7. “And Moses and Aaron and his sons washed their hands and their feet. They washed whenever they went into the tent of the congregation or approached the altar, they washed, as the LORD commanded Moses.” [Exodus 40:31-32].