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Rejoinder on Timi Frank’s Campaign of Calumny against COAS

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The Nigerian Army (NA) has noted with dismay, the rantings of one Timi Frank on Daily Post online publication of 4 December 2018, where he alleged that the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo and the COAS Lt Gen TY Buratai were responsible for Deji Adeyanju’s re-arrest by the Nigerian Police Force(NPF). This is obviously one of the series of smear campaigns that have been directed at the NA and particularly the person of the COAS by misinformed and ill meaning Nigerians.

An audacious fib of this magnitude must have either been borne out of willful intent to forment trouble or of a malicious intent to malign the person of the COAS. Otherwise, any reasonably informed Nigerian need not dig too deep to ascertain the true reasons for Deji Adeyanju’s arrest by the NPF. Besides, the NPF has the rights and powers to take up such responsibilities of fighting cyber related offences and issues relating to inciting disturburances in the country.

Having noted the foregoing, it would suffice to add that the NA is not ignorant of all the recent false information concerning NA Operations been peddled by @adeyanjudeji on twitter as well as abusive and libelous outbursts of the same handle on the person of the COAS. To this end, the NA is already in consultation with its advocates for appropriate legal actions to be taken in accordance to the rule of law.

Furthermore, the NA wishes to dissociate itself from the current self-induced predicament of Deji Adeyanju in the hands of the NPF, which is being sensationalized by his promoters. Such sponsors of Deji Adeyanju are advised to keep the NA and its leadership out of their self-seeking, cheap popularity on social media.

Finally, the NA wishes to once again utilize this opportunity to appreciate the goodwill and support of well-meaning Nigerians. The NA will continue to remain dedicated in carrying out its constitutional roles, despite any form of smear campaign by detractors. You are to please note and disseminate same through your various media channels.

 

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Raymond Dokpesi arrested at Abuja Airport over N2.1bn Fraud

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You have case to answer, court tells Dokpesi

 

The Chief Executive Officer, CEO, Daar communications and African Independent Television(AIT), Chief Raymond Dokpesi, was on Friday, March 22 arrested at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja.

He was said to be returning from a medical trip in Dubai before being arrested.

The Edo born high chief is standing trial for his alleged involvement in the diversion of N2.1 billion security funds by Dasuki Sambo, former National Security Adviser.

 

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Indian based Nigerian Man arrested with 300 gram of heroin

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Police in Khanna, India on Thursday March 22, arrested a Nigerian citizen after they recovered 300 gram of heroin from his possession.

The accused identified as Emeka, 38, presently at Chatarpura Devri Road in Delhi, worked at a hotel.

Khanna SSP Dhruv Dahiya said that as part of police’s special campaign against drug trafficking, a police party was on mobile patrolling from village Bhattian to Samrala Chowk Khanna on Thursday.

On reaching Grain Market GT Road in Khanna, the cops saw a foreigner having a black colour bag in his right hand.

Police officials said that on suspicion, the police party stopped him and asked about his identity. They added that DSP Khanna was also present on the spot during the checking of the accused.

Police said that during checking 300 grams of heroin were recovered from the black bag of the accused.

It added that the accused was booked under sections 21/61/85 of NDPS Act at Khanna City One Police station and he was arrested.

 

 

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Any Pastor that tells You Money is coming your Way & ask You to shout Hallelujah if You believe is lying to You – Reno Omokri

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Reno Omokri has few words of advise for churchgoers, who believe every word from pastor’s mouth. The inspirational writer on Friday morning said, if ‘any pastor tells you that money is coming your way, and then asks you to shout Hallelujah if you believe has lied to you’.

According to him, this is because ‘the only way money is coming to you is if you worked, invested or traded. If all you did is shout hallelujah, money ain’t coming!’

He further said that churchgoers should verify everything a pastor said to them with the Bible, and that they need to stop believing every doctrine and statement that does not have scriptural backing.

“I am sorry to say, any pastor who tells you money is coming your way and ask you to shout hallelujah if you believe it, has lied to you. The only way money is coming to you is if you worked, invested or traded. If all you did is shout hallelujah, money ain’t coming! #RenosNuggets

It‘s actually the fault of many churchgoers that few pastors have transformed from men of God to god of men. How can a pastor tell you something without Scriptural backing and you accept? Such behavior feed pastoral dictatorship! Verify every doctrine from Scripture #RenosNuggets,” he wrote.

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