Nigeria: A Federation or a Northern Caliphate

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1. President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria – From The North.

2.Senate President- North.

3. Speaker of the House of Representatives- North.

4. Chief Justice of the Federation- North.

5. President of the Court of Appeal- North.

6. Chief Justice of the Federal High Court- North.

7. Secretary to the Federal Government- north.

8. Chief of Staff to the President- North.

9. Chief of Army Staff- North.

10. Chief of Air Staff- North.

11. Comptroller General of Customs- North.

12. Director-General of State Security Services (SSS)- North.

13. National Security Advisor- North.

14. Director General NIMASA- North.

15. Chairperson of the Independant Electoral Commission (INEC)- North.

16. Comptroller-General Immigration- North.

17. Accountant-General of the Federation – North.

18. Commander of Civil Defence Corps- North.

19. Chief Security Officer to the President- North.

20. ADC to the President- North.

21. Principal Secretary to the President- North.

22. Senior Special Assistant to the President on media- North.

23. Chairman of the EFCC- North.

24. Head of Service- North.

25. MD of Nigerian Ports Authority- North.

26.DG of Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC)- North.

27. Chairman NDLEA- North.

NIGERIANS WANTED ”CHANGE” AND NOW WE HAVE GOT IT. NO-ONE SHOULD COMPLAIN BECAUSE THIS IS WHAT OUR PEOPLE WANTED. THOSE OF US THAT WARNED THE COUNTRY THAT THIS WOULD HAPPEN WERE INSULTED AND LAMPOONED. NOW WE HAVE TO LIVE WITH THE CONSEQUENCES OF OUR CHOICE FOR THE NEXT FOUR YEARS. WELCOME TO THE NEW NIGERIA. WELCOME TO ”CHANGE”.

Lets Face It Africa…Who Introduced Africa To God?

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lfiaThe white man came here and met our ancestors answering: Chukwu, Chukwumerije, Uthando, Thandaza, Chukwuemeka, Iyanuoluwa, Chinonso, Chiebuka, Olisa, Igwe, Obasi, Orimolade etc.
While they were answering: Mr. Green, Wilberforce, Mungo Park, Mr. Bill, Mr. Bush and so many other funny names.

Yet, they claimed our ancestors did not know God and some people believed them.

How can Mr. Wilberforce teach Nze Chukwudi about God? How can Mr. Greenfield teach Thandaza about praying to God. How can Mungo Park teach Uthando about the love of God. Or Bush teach Afolorunso about the protection of God. How can Mr. Bill teach Iyanuoluwa about the Mercy of God?

That they brought Church does not mean our fore fathers were ignorant of the Supreme Being.

Our culture and that of Israeli share so many similar peculiarities, why one will be idolatry and another godly still amazes me.

Our fore fathers weren’t as evil as projected by the colonizers. They might have made one or two plunders out of the ignorance of their time. But, so also did the ancestors of the colonizers
Africa is a great continent. Africa loves God. Africa is RISING.

~Peter Agbai

LEAKED: Nigeria’s CAC Withdraws The Assemblies of God Church’s Certificate of Incorporation

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pemekacAccording to SNN METRO, the Nigerian Corporate Affairs Commision (CAC) yesterday June 22nd withdrew the Certificate it issued to Rev. Chidi Okoroafor’s-Led The Assemblies of God(TAG).

The Commission in a letter to the church cited the fact that, there is a pending court appeal over the Leadership tussle between Rev. Chidi Okoroafor and Rev.Prof Paul Emeka who was reportedly suspended over allegation of embezzling 20 Million Naira.

Recall that a group within Assemblies of God Church Nigeria under the aegis of Ambassadors of the Kingdom Suspended the embattled General Superintendent, Rev. Prof. Paul Emeka. The group went further to ask the CAC to delete Prof.Emeka’s name from the church Certificate of Incorporation.

However on April 30th,after allegedly misleading the commission, the group went ahead to float a new church with the name THE ASSEMBLIES OF GOD CHURCH.

By this letter to the group, Africa Thisday wonders if Rev. Prof.Paul Emeka will now be recognized as the General Superintendent of Assemblies of God Church until Supreme Court rules on the case.

CAC-Statement

SUDANESE PRESIDENT OMAR AL-BASHIR WILL NOT BE ARRESTED IN SOUTH AFRICA

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2014-06-27T201316Z_01_SUD017_RTRIDSP_3_SUDAN-27-06-2014-22-06-10-201News24 reported that Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir cannot be arrested while in Sandton, the area hosting the African Union summit, as the area is still under the jurisdiction of the organisation, quoting the South African Institute of International Affairs.

“As we know, because the AU was holding a conference in Sandton, that area has been declared as belonging to AU which is standard,” spokesperson Hopewell Radebe said.

“So this means no SA police members can go there and arrest anyone for the duration of the conference.”

Radebe said if Al-Bashir was to be arrested it would either be once he had moved out of the Sandton area or after the summit had been declared over, depending whether he was still around by then.

The High Court in Pretoria will on Monday hear an application on whether South African authorities can arrest him.

On Sunday, Judge Hans Fabricius ordered that the Department of Home Affairs ensure that all points of entry and exit be informed that Al-Bashir was not allowed to leave until the SA Litigation Centre’s (SALC) application that South Africa arrest him, is concluded.

The SALC wants South Africa to enforce two warrants for Al-Bashir’s arrest issued by the International Criminal Court (ICC) in 2009 and 2010 relating to alleged war crimes and genocide.

Al-Bashir is in South Africa to attend the AU summit.

However. there have been conflicting reports about whether al-Bashir was still in South Africa or not.

Sudan’s Information Minister Ahmed Bilal Osman told Bloomberg on Sunday evening that al-Bashir had left South Africa and was on his way home.

“The president finished his business and is coming back home.

“Al-Bashir went to South Africa with complete guarantees that it will respect the African position regarding the ICC,” he reportedly said.

A Sudanese presidency official said Al-Bashir was still in Johannesburg on Monday morning and would leave later in the day.

Africa Thisday condemns any attempt to arrest any African leader attending the African Union Summit by the West as we consider it disrespectful from the west. No more shall the West waste Africa.

BUHARI WON BUT JONATHAN IS CELEBRATED

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NIGERIANS CELEBRATE PRESIDENT GOODLUCK’S SPIRIT OF SPORTSMANSHIP. CHIDI MARTINS WROTE:
TO PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN

Even in the face of “defeat” you did not disappoint those of us that believe in your maturity, sincerity, ability and humility which are rare leadership qualities that set you apart; the very reason why some of us kept supporting you ever till the very end.

An Achiever You Are!

A True National Hero You Are!

You have written your name on the sands of time, but not as much as in the hearts of men.

History, time and generation next will judge you right for putting our national interest, peace and unity far above your personal ambition like you have always said….”You Stole The Show Again”.

Being the first to congratulate your opponent General Buhari, even before the final result was announced, for us it was super heroic and a mark of a true statesman.

It is better to lose like a winner, than win like a loser…..YES! “It is much better priced, to lose the war and win the peace; than win the war and lose the peace”.

You have yet again set a standard in Nigerian Democratic Horizon….THUS; WE SALUTE YOUR HUMBLE COURAGE STILL!

– BUHARI WON THE ELECTION!

– GOODLUCK WON OUR HEART!!

– NIGERIANS WON THE PEACE!!!

GOD BLESS NIGERIA!!!!

Dr. Charles Awuzie (@pastorcharlesc) had earlier tweeted “I nominate President Goodluck Jonathan for a Nobel Peace Prize.

Share if you agree.” and the tweet is going viral on both twitter and facebook.

Here is the post-election statement that won Goodluck the admiration of Nigerians. 

PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN’S OFFICIAL STATEMENT AFTER LOOSING THE 2015 ELECTION TO GENERAL BUHARI

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Fellow Nigerians,

I thank you all for turning out en-masse for the March 28 General Elections.

I promised the country free and fair elections. I have kept my word. I have also expanded the space for Nigerians to participate in the democratic process. That is one legacy I will like to see endure.

Although some people have expressed mixed feelings about the results announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), I urge those who may feel aggrieved to follow due process based on our constitution and our electoral laws, in seeking redress.

As I have always affirmed, nobody’s ambition is worth the blood of any Nigerian. The unity, stability and progress of our dear country is more important than anything else.

I congratulate all Nigerians for successfully going through the process of the March 28th General Elections with the commendable enthusiasm and commitment that was demonstrated nationwide.

I also commend the Security Services for their role in ensuring that the elections were mostly peaceful and violence-free.

To my colleagues in the PDP, I thank you for your support. Today, the PDP should be celebrating rather than mourning. We have established a legacy of democratic freedom, transparency, economic growth and free and fair elections.

For the past 16 years, we have steered the country away from ethnic and regional politics. We created a Pan-Nigerian political party and brought home to our people the realities of economic development and social transformation.

Through patriotism and diligence, we have built the biggest and most patriotic party in Nigerian history. We must stand together as a party and look to the future with renewed optimism.

I thank all Nigerians once again for the great opportunity I was given to lead this country and assure you that I will continue to do my best at the helm of national affairs until the end of my tenure.

I have conveyed my personal best wishes to General Muhammadu Buhari.

May God Almighty continue to bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

I thank you all.

Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR

President,

Federal Republic of Nigeria

March 31, 2015

Breaking News: INEC website Hacked on Election Day

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The website of the Independent National Electoral Commission has been hacked. The website is hacked by a group INEChackedthat parade itself as Nigerian Cyber Army. The hacking was confirmed by INEC on its Twitter handle, @inecnigeria
“We are aware of the recent hack of our @inecnigeria website, we are currently investigating this incident
#NigeriaDecides”
Information on the INEC website: http://www.inecnigeria.org now reads:
[!] StruCkED by Nigerian Cyber Army[!]
Sorry xD Your Site has been STAMPED by TeaM Nigerian Cyber Army
FEEL SOME SHAME ADMIN!!
Security is just an illusion
Remember US 😀 GREETINGS OF PEACE TO CITIZEN OF NIGERIA FROM TEAM NCA

NIGERIANS No Body Can Give You Freedom No Body Can Give You Equality Or Justice If You Are A Man/Woman YOU TAKE IT Its 2015 Elections And We Are Here AGain But This Time In A Different Form, APC Claimed They Hacked Into INEC DATABASE But We Own The DATABASE Long Before Now So No Worries No Fear To All NIGERIANs…GO And Cast Your Vote And We Assure You That Your Vote Must Count Because We Are The Kings Of The NIgerRian CYber SPACE. NOTE: WE GAT ACCESS TO OTHER HIGH RANKING NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT SERVERS, BUT WE ARE NOT HERE FOR THAT TODAY!. INEC DONT TRY TO RIG BECAUSE WE HAVE BEEN WATCHING YOU DAY AND NIGHT FOR MONTHS NOW BUT DONT BE SCARED WE MEAN NO HARM COS IF YOU ATTEMPT TO RIG YOU WILL PAY!! WE ARE THE THE VOICE OF THE YOUTHs!! WE ALSO USE THIS MEDIUM TO ADVICE ALL POLITICAL PARTIES: WHO PRICE GO PAY. WE DO NOT FORGIVE WE DO NOT FORGET EXPECT US!

-Vanguard.

The Presidential Spokesman, Reuben Abati had said that the card reader is unable to capture President Goodluck’s Permanent Voters Card in Bayelsa whereas General Buhari’s Voter’s Card had no hitches at the polling station. There are speculations that the opposition could have something to do with the the technical and security breaches.

This is surely Nigeria’s most controversial election.