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Anti-Amaechi Plots: Wike, Abe Take Battle to the Senate, Circulate ‘Cooked’ Document

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…Recruit Senator Sekibo As Arrowhead Of Senate Assault

 

 …. Eze commends Senate President Lawan, Others for shunning such a diabolical plot

 

Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the South-South region of the country, Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze, has uncovered plans to scandalise immediate past Minister of Transportation, Hon Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, in the Senate by his sworn adversaries.

 

Laying out the details of the alleged plans to ambush Amaechi at the Senate, with the intention of making him look unworthy of reappointment as a Minister, Eze, said the planners, whom he alleged were the Rivers state governor, Chief Nyesom Wike, and Senator Magnus Abe, had put together a 50-page document, filled with all manners of cooked-up stories, outright falsehood and lots of unsubstantiated allegations, meant to be circulated among Senators by the Senator representing Rivers East Senatorial District, Senator George Sekibo.

 

According to Eze, the whole target of the plot is to create a platform for those who had banded together as sworn enemies of Amaechi in the opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and within the ruling APC, all led by Governor Wike and Senator Abe, to make Amaechi seem unworthy and create an avenue for Abe to be presented as the alternative Ministerial nominee from Rivers state.

 

Eze, however commended the President of the Senate, Senator Ahmed Lawan, Senator Danjuma Goje, Senator Ali Ndume, Senator Ike Ekwerenmadu, and other senators who had so far rejected the plot and distanced themselves from it, describing them as friends of the country, who had identified Amaechi for the change agent that he is and recognising the plot for its diabolic and wicked nature.

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The party chieftain noted with delight that the newest plot at the Senate became necessary for the plotters because an initial plot, the multi-billion naira anti-Amaechi media project had so far woefully failed, adding that the current plot at the Senate would also collapse like its precursor in the media.

 

“The duo, after failing woefully in their media war and propaganda, aimed through the media to impugn and destroy the image of Amaechi, to make him look unworthy of a reappointment as minister by President Muhammadu Buhari, had now resorted to the Senate.  All these efforts are to once again demonstrate their disdain for the revolution that Amaechi represents in the politics of Nigeria, but they will fail as they failed in 2015.

 

“The plot to decimate Amaechi is to pave way for the appointment of Senator Magnus Abe, whose efforts led to the APC not fielding any candidate during the 2019 general elections in Rivers state, and poor showing of the party in the entire Niger Delta region, which didn’t tally with the investment and projects executed by the APC-led federal government in the region. Those who are pushing for the appointment of Senator Abe for any position in the government of President Buhari are not only jokers, but trying to make mockery of those who risked their lives to get the President elected”, he observed.

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He described Amaechi as a workaholic, detribalized and patriotic Nigerian, whose only goal in life is to turn the fortunes of Nigeria around and asked Nigerians to rally round him so as to prevent the intentions of the enemies of Nigeria’s common good from materialising, to the detriment of the nation’s economy and democracy.

 

“This man’s feats while as the Governor of Rivers State will take a genius to equal his records, talk less of the revolution that he brought to bear in our rail system.

 

“Amaechi has sacrificed much to enhance the politics of Nigeria. Apart from Amaechi serving as the Director General of the Buhari Presidential Campaigns, a role he had previously played in 2015 and happily delivered on both occasions as the president won his re-election in February”, he recalled.

 

He pleaded with Nigerians to remember Amaechi in their prayers, saying “to avoid these elements from destroying a man whose love for a better Nigeria is infectious. Amaechi, by his patriotic zeal and commitment, ought not to be made to go through this type of harassment and ridicule by these inhuman fellows”.

 

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Pastor Adeboye Reacts To Death Of UNIBEN Undergraduate Inside RCCG

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The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has reacted to the rape and murder of Uwa Omozuwa.

Omozuwa, a UNIBEN undergraduate was raped and killed in one of the branches of the RCCG.

Pastor Enoch Adeboye reacted to the murder of the girl on Instagram.

 

He wrote: “All I can do at this time is to pray for the family of Omozuwa and do everything possible working with relevant authorities to bring the perpetrators to book. I and members of my Family condemn this act strongly and urge everyone to stay calm as we are already looking into the matter and cooperating with the police to establish the facts of the shocking situation. #justiceforuwa”

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The RCCG also released a statement. In it, they explained why Omozuwa was in church during the lockdown, how she was found, and the actions taken after she was found lying in the pool of her blood.

 

Read the full statement below.

 

Pastor EA Adeboye reacts to the rape and murder of UNIBEN student, Uwa Omozuwa, in one of the branches of his church

Pastor EA Adeboye reacts to the rape and murder of UNIBEN student, Uwa Omozuwa, in one of the branches of his church

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A lot Of Babies Will Be Made Due To COVID-19 Lockdown-Pastor Adeboye

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There is often a good side to every sad occurrence.

As far as the COVID-19 pandemic is concerned, the production of a lot of children has been described as the good side.

According to Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God RCCG, a lot of babies will be made as a result of the COVID-19 lockdown.

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The clergyman said this in his sermon on Sunday, May 31, adding that preaching his sermon.

Listing some of the good things that will come out from the COVID-19 lockdown, Pastor Adebayo said that Pastors will be so busy early next year conducting baby naming ceremonies.

 

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Boxer, Anthony Joshua Reveals Biggest Challenge

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Anthony Joshua has opened up on his challenges in finding true love, stating that he’s yet to find someone to call his girlfriend.

 

The world heavyweight boxing champion spoke with to The Sun about life in lockdown with his family including becoming “super dad” to his four-year-old son, JJ, and how it has been hard for him to balance his profession together with his personal life.

 

AJ says: “I think you can date and still be a successful sportsman but it’s hard to find a balance and I would have to compromise — which I’ve not felt able to do.

 

“My dad never gave me advice about much. But in terms of relationships what I have learnt and what I tell my son is, it would be nice to find a high school sweetheart and to grow together because as you get older you get set in your ways.

 

“For me to have a relationship now means I would have to compromise and change my ways and I don’t know how easy that would be for me to do.

 

“So I do date but I don’t get to the stage where I actually put anyone into that position.

 

?I don?t have a girlfriend and I can?t find someone to grow old with" - Anthony Joshua opens up on his challenges in finding true love

 

“I don’t have a girlfriend and I haven’t had one for a while. But as I get older I do think it would be nice to have someone, someone to grow with as well — but I honestly haven’t found anyone.”

 

The British Nigerian boxer also went on to say that he hopes to find a woman who would have to understand what it’s like to be famous,

 

He explains: “Maybe I need to get off the estate and start going to celebrity parties — maybe do something different.

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“I hope I will — and probably meeting someone else who understands fame would make sense. I would hope so. But it needs to be someone down to earth, family-orientated – someone who can call my mum their second mum.

 

“It takes time to grow that and, as I said, now I am older I am stuck in my ways. As I get older it would be nice to bring someone into my world but it’s dependent on who and I just haven’t found someone yet.

 

“Maybe we can go on a hunt. We have all the time now.”

 

Joshua also revealed how he has become super-dad while in lockdown with his four-year-old son, JJ

 

AJ says: “I started off as super-dad and then that slowly went out the window and to be honest he’s watching way too much TV now.

 

“The only thing he wants to do is watch Paw Patrol and Ryan’s World – there’s no way you’d get him watching Joe Wicks.”

 

“At home, he doesn’t really think of me as a famous boxer or anything like that. I’m not a superstar and he doesn’t think so either. He knows I fight but that’s all.

 

“I always keep that stuff away from home. I’m not like that at home – and I’m not even like that when I go out, really.”

 

AJ, who has been home-schooling his son doesn’t think he would be sending back to school when the lockdown come to an end.

 

The heavyweight says: “The next conversation is about him going back to school — although I’m not too sure if we’ll send my boy back to school just yet.”

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While boxing fans want to see him fight British rival Tyson Fury, AJ says: “In my own mind I had mentally written off most of this year but, if I was to fight this year, it would probably be November or December.

 

“It’s difficult at the moment knowing how you cover the costs, and whether you could charge people in the circumstances for pay per view.”

 

?I don?t have a girlfriend and I can?t find someone to grow old with" - Anthony Joshua opens up on his challenges in finding true love

 

On how he’s been keeping fit, AJ explains: “It’s my lifestyle. That’s what I’ve done all my life – instead of going to college, I went to the school of boxing. I learnt how to fight.

 

“So I’m still doing my studying, I’m still doing my education but I’ve got a key to my local gym which I’m allowed to go in. You need discipline and that’s one thing I’ve got personally, I don’t need to be told or pushed – it’s in my character.

 

“I just hit the bags, skip and it’s the first time in my whole boxing career where I’ve been left alone.

 

“Normally I’ve got someone in my ear, telling me what to do, how to do it and I’ve actually really enjoyed being on my own. It’s been a blessing.

 

“And there’s nobody to spar with so you don’t get hit — that’s not always a bad thing!”

 

He went on: “My workout regime is always boxing and it’s one of the things I love most about boxing. Out of all sports, you really don’t need much to get started.

 

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