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Anglican Bishops Warn Supreme Court Justices To Reverse Imo State Judgment Or Face God’s Wrath



The Anglican Church Bishops have rejected Supreme Court judgment that nullified Emeka Ihedioha of the People’s Democratic Party as the governor of Imo State and crowned Hope Uzordinma of the All Progressives Congress.

The Bishops, while speaking through the Archbishop of Enugu Province, Dr. Emmanuel Chukwuma, said that looking at the administration of Rochas Okorocha, there was no way the people could have voted for Uzordinma.

He described the Supreme Court judgment as ‘wicked and corrupt’, the clergy warned that failure to reverse the decision could attract the wrath of God on the Justices of the Supreme Court.

“I am
speaking the minds of most of the Bishops of the Anglican Church that we are
very much discontented and very much in disagreement with the kangaroo judgment
of the Supreme Court on what has happened in mo State.
We sincerely
feel disappointed with the Chief Justice of Nigeria who has not got his facts
correct and we feel that that judgment is wicked and corrupt.
And so we are
calling on the Supreme Court to reverse their judgment on Imo State before they
see the wrath of God.
There is no
way Imo State people could have voted for APC with the bad governance of
Okorocha for which in the House of Assembly the APC had no single seat during
the election.
Hope Uzodinma
is my friend. I am not against him but I am against the Supreme Court justices
who mutilated the result, judging the case on the total votes that were more
than accredited votes, which is absolutely incongruous and very much
antithetical to the democratic spirit. 
It is,
therefore, our prayer that INEC should also be up and doing in their declaration
of results and be able to defend whatever they declare in the sight of the
Supreme Court." he said

Archbishop Chukwuma has this to say on the role played by Father Mbaka;

“He is
politicizing his ministry too much and commercializing his ministry, and that
is dangerous to the ministry of the church, and this we totally condemn,” the
clergy said

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MVP Award For The NBA All-Star Now To Be Called The Kobe Bryant MVP Award



The NBA All-Star game has now to be called The Kobe Bryant MVP Award. NBA commissioner, Adam Silver made this announcement on Saturday 15th February.

The Kobe Bryant MVP Award will be given this Sunday at the closing of this year’s All-Star Game in Chicago. Both teams will be captained by Giannis Antetokounmpo and Lebron James respectively. Team Lebron will put on No 2 and team Giannis will put on No 24. These two numbers were worn by Gianna, Kobe’s daughter and Kobe Bryant.

Recall that Kobe won the All-Star Game MVP in 2002, 2007, 2009, and 2011. Also, he played as the youngest player to feature in the All-Star Game at 19 in 1998.

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Buhari Suspends NBC Boss, Modibbo Kawu



Modibbo Kawu, the DG of the National Broadcasting Commission, NBC, has been put on suspension by President Buhari. This came following his corruption charges by the Independent Corrupt Practices, ICPC.

This development was confirmed by Armstrong Idachaba, NBC’s Director of Broadcast Monitoring. Further, the most senior director in the commission has been directed to take over from Modibbo Kawu.

Modibbo Kawu is currently facing a 12-count charge bordering on money laundering, abuse of office, and misleading a public officer with the intent of defrauding the government.

So, this contravenes Section 26 (1) (c) of the Corrupt Practices and other Related Offenses Act 2000 and punishable under Section 19 of the same Act.

Beisdes, Modibbo was first arraigned in May 2019 over the alleged misappropriation of N 2.5 billion for the digital switch-over (DSO) program of the government.

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Coronavirus In Africa As Egypt Records The First Case



The Health Ministry in Egypt has confirmed the first case of the deadly Coronavirus. The authorities made this disclosure on Friday 14th February in a press release. They said the World Health Organization has been informed and the patient is in isolation for monitoring and treatment.

The patient’s nationality was not given. However, Egypt is the 28th country in the world to record Coronavirus and the first in Africa.

So, over 64,000 cases of the Coronavirus have been diagnosed around the world and 1,363 persons have been confirmed dead since its outbreak in Wuhan, China

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