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Woman Vindicates Pastor Chris Over Alleged Staged Miracle

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The   woman, identified  as Mrs Bose Ola,  at the centre of alleged staged healing miracle involving  popular Pastor Chris Okafor, founder of Mountain of Liberation and Miracle Ministry, has come out to  explain exonerate the cleric.

The woman told newsmen on Saturday that she visited Pastor Chris church in Lagos in her curious search for solution for her injured arm, and actually got ‘healed.’

A video had earlier gone viral on social media showing two different pastors healing a woman with a deformity on her right arm.

The pastors performed the supposed miracles at different times, and locations, but with the same woman with the same problem, a bulgy right arm.

While one of the pastors could not be readily identified, the other has been reportedly identified as Pastor Chris Okafor.

The Lagos-based clergy was seen performing the miracle on the lady inside his church auditorium to the admiration of his large congregation.

He was seen praying for the woman, as he lays his hands on the affected part commanding the ‘witches to return the stolen bone.’

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The trendy videos have however attracted mixed reactions on social media, with many questioning   the credibility of such miracles.

However, Mrs Ola  said  that she actually visited many ‘solution houses’ and different churches,  in search for remedy for the long-term infirmity on her arm, until she recently visited Pastor Chris’s church, where she got ‘healed’.

She explained  that before now, she had on  several occasions received ‘healing miracles’ on the said arm, but the pain would resurfaced after  a while, and that was why she kept  on going to different religious houses.

“ I am from Ibarapa Local Government Area of Oyo State, and I stay in Ajegunle lagos state from where   my sister-inlaw took me to Liberation Church because of my problem.

“I had an accident and broke my right arm some years ago, but it did not get healed completely, and have been giving me serious pains.

“Because of this challenge, I have move from one place to another, until I came to  Liberation Church and the man of God prayed for me and I received my healing.

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“Before now, I used to get healed, but the problem will come back after few days, and that was why I was visiting different places in search for solutions.

“I  gave nobody money and nobody gave me money, people should leave the man of God alone, because since he prayed for me  I have  been fine and have not visited another place for solution ,”she said.

Another lady who identified herself as Fatila Ibrahim, said the embattled woman is her sister-inlaw, and have decided to bring Mrs Ola to her place because of continuous confrontations since the release of the said video.

“The problem she was having was the reason we were taking her to different places, including native doctors, Alfa and pastors, and they all said is a spiritual attack”

“She used to get relief, but after some time, the affliction will come again,” she said.

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Ibrahim lamented that video was perhaps recorded by detractors to smear the Pastor Chris’s name and ministry.

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Organ Trafficking: Ekweremadu, Wife, Doctor Sentenced To Various Prison Terms

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The duo of Ekweremadu, former Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu, his wife Beatrice, and Doctor Obinna Obeta has been senenced to various jail terms for bringing a 21-year-old Lagos street trader to London to exploit him for his kidney.

A judge at The Central Criminal Court, [ Old Bailey], announced the sentence friday.

At a sentencing hearing on Friday, Ekweremadu was jailed for nine years and eight months, his wife Beatrice was sentenced to four years and six months imprisonment while Obeta received a 10-year prison term.

The sentencing follows their conviction in March for organ trafficking, The Ekweremadus’sick daughter, Sonia was cleared of any wrongdoing.

1rem;">The three were found guilty after arranging or facilitating a young Nigerian man’s travel into the United Kingdom in a bid to obtain his kidney on behalf of Sonia.
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The jury said Ekweremadu, his wife and their doctor criminally conspired to bring the 21-year-old Lagos street trader to London to exploit him for his kidney.

The conviction is the first under the UK’s Modern Slavery Act 2015.

The sentencing comes after pleas from multiple prominent personalities and institutions, including former President Olusegun Obasanjo and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

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Other petitioners included both chambers of the National Assembly, the Chairman/CEO, Nigeria in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Abike Erewa Dabiri, and the International Human Rights Commission (IHRC).

The charges were preferred on the Ekweremadus on June 23, 2022, when their arrest was announced. Obeta was later arraigned on July 13, 2022. While his wife was granted bail, the senator was refused.

After months of a pre-trial, the trial commenced on January 31, 2023 and lasted about six weeks, culminating in a guilty verdict against Ekweremadu, Beatrice, and Obeta.

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Reps Seek UK Government Clemency for Ekweremadu

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The House of Representatives  has write to the government of the United Kingdom seeking mercy in sentencing the embattled Ike Ekweremadu and his wife, Beatrice.

This is contained in a resolution reached following a motion moved by Toby Okechukwu, a lawmaker from Enugu State.

A UK court found the duo guilty of conspiracy of organ harvesting of another Nigerian. The Ekweremadu couple will be sentenced in the coming days.

Moving the motion, Okechukwu said diplomatic intervention in this kind of case is normal.

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“It is a common practice in international relations for nations, including the UK, to seek relief for their citizens involved in situations such as that of the Ekweremadus,” he said.

Speaking on the motion, Femi Gbajabiamila, the Speaker of the House, said intervention by the House is not a justification for the charges against the Ekweremadus. He urged the UK government to consider Ekweremadu’s years of public service.

Consequently, the House resolved to urge the UK government and the court to temper justice with mercy in sentencing Ekweremadu, his wife and the doctor.

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Also, they urged the Federal Government of Nigeria to take all diplomatic steps and other necessary interventions regarding the travails of the Ekweremadu family.

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HYPPDEC Donates Food Stuff, Clothing to Locals in Kogi to Tackle Cashless Policy Effect

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By Joseph Amedu, Lokoja

The Hydroelectric Power Producing Areas Development Commission (HYPPDEC), on Tuesday, donated 400 bags of rice, 250 gallons of vegetable oil and some packaged women rappers to ten Local Government Areas in Kogi State under the agency to cushion the effect associated with the new cashless policy.

Making the presentation to Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State at the Lugard House, Lokoja on Tuesday, a Board Member of HYPPDEC, Alhaji Isah Ozi Salami, said that the gesture is part of the agency’s intervention in times of natural disaster or any hardship situation on citizens.

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Salami expressed the commitment of HYPPDEC in tackling the prevailing economic hardship on Nigerians as a result of the Cashless Policy.

“We owe it as a duty to take adquate care of the people in the 10 Local Government Areas belonging to HYPPDEC communities in Kogi

“Our concern under the present economic hardship is to alleviate the sufferings of the people within HYPPDEC communities in Kogi” Ozi Salami told Governor Bello.

He commended Governor Yahaya Bello for the provision of logistic supports that have facilitated smooth operation of the agency in Kogi.

He also told the Governor that HYPPDEC will soon begin the construction of 50 housing units in Kogi for resettlement of last year’s flood victims in riverine communities.

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“I appreciate Governor Bello’s magnanimity in providing land for the housing project. The Governor is expected to perform the foundation laying ceremony of the project” Ozi Salami disclosed.

The Chief of Staff to Governor Bello, Jamiu Asuku who received the food stuff on behalf of his boss, hinted that Kogi will key into HYPPDEC’s intervention initiative in the areas of provision of food and security of lives and property for citizens.

Governor Yahaya Bello appealed to HYPPDEC to focus more on Ibaji Local Government Area in its intervention programme as a result of the bad terrain of the area.

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