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Cameroonian-American doctor, Stella Immanuel, comes under attack over ‘demonic America’ comments

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Controversies have continued to trail the Cameroonian-American physician and Pentecostal Pastor, Dr. Stella Immanuel’s remarks on demons.

Some of those who reacted to her comments on a radio programme had described her comments as fake.

She stated that the United States of America (USA) was a hypocritical society that actually celebrates what could be termed a “demonic way of life”.

In a piece titled “US DJ accused of promoting demonic programming, executing extended body-shaming campaign by radio”, radio stations in the United States and OAPs not only broadcast what could be described as “demonic programming” but also host those that could be described as “demonic agents” in their studios to promote such programming.

A radio DJ / OAP based in the US State of Minnesota, Dave Ryan, had for close to two decades regularly hosted Gary Spivey, a man who promotes his ability to transmit himself into the bodies of listeners who call into DJ Dave Ryan’s morning show programme, through their radios, while claiming an ability to diagnose and cure the ailments of such listeners.

It would be recalled that after she recently claimed the drug hydroxychloroquine is a cure for Covid-19, critics of Dr. Stella Immanuel in the US who slammed her remarks also quickly dug up past claims made by the physician cum Pentecostal Pastor, which included one in which she asserted that certain human beings possess the ability to leave their own bodies and project their spirits into other people, including having intercourse with such persons.

Those past claims by Dr. Immanuel, made in her capacity as a Pastor of a Pentecostal Church, included one that certain malevolent human beings have the ability to leave their own bodies and project their spirits into other people, including having intercourse with such persons, unknown to the latter.

It was also revealed that aside from promoting the activities and claims of Gary Spivey who openly engages in projecting his spirit into the bodies of radio listeners during such programming, Dave Ryan had also used his radio station for many years to promote body-shaming activities and programming intended primarily to embarrass and ridicule persons who are deemed to have small hands or arms.

“That long-running and intensive campaign pursued by Dave Ryan, using his 101.3 KDWB FM Station in Minnesota that is owned by the corporate media giant iHeartMedia, is now exposed as the impetus behind the near-universal “101” ridicule reserved for persons with such physical characteristics or attributes”.

An online Nigerian news outlet, had unveiled an investigative report which reveals that the widespread umbrage that trailed recent demon remarks made by US-based, Nigerian- trained physician and Pentecostal Pastor, Dr. Stella Immanuel, was simply a fake, hypocritical “outrage” orchestrated by many in the US who simply want to keep knowledge of demonic phenomena under wraps due to their heavy involvement in it and fear of the consequences of such a revelation.

The report titled “US DJ accused of promoting Demonic Programming, executing extended Body-Shaming campaign by Radio”, reveals OAPs and radio stations in the United States who not only run what can be described as “demonic programming” but also give ample opportunity to those that can be described as “demonic agents” to promote such programming and claims, for which Dr. Immanuel was recently hypocritically condemned.

According to the investigative piece, a radio DJ / OAP based in the US State of Minnesota, Dave Ryan, has for close to two decades regularly hosted Gary Spivey, a man who promotes his ability to transmit himself into the bodies of listeners who call into DJ Dave Ryan’s morning show programme, through their radios, while claiming an ability to diagnose and cure the ailments of such listeners.

It was gathered that apart from championing the claims and activities of the likes of Gary Spivey who boasts on radio of projecting his own spirit into the bodies of listeners of the Dave Ryan radio show and similar shows in the United States, the OAP has also used his radio station for close to two decades to initiate and aggressively promote Body-shaming activities and programming aimed primarily at embarrassing and ridiculing persons who are deemed to have small hands or arms.

According to the investigation that long-running and intensive campaign pursued by Dave Ryan, using his 101.3 KDWB FM Station in Minnesota which was owned by the US corporate media giant – iHeartMedia, was actually the “brains” behind the almost worldwide “101” ridicule, which was reserved for persons with such physical characteristics or attributes.

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Oyo: Makinde Mother’s Burial Holds December

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Body of Chief   (Mrs.) Abigail Makinde, the mother of Oyo state governor, Engr. Seyi Makinde will be interred  in the first week of December.

Governor Makinde disclosed this yesterday while playing host to a delegation from the Deji of Akure, Oba Aladetoyinbo Aladelusi Ogunlade Odundun II, which was in Ibadan, the state capital to commiserate with him on the death of his mother.

The governor said he was very delighted with the visit, urging Akure people, the kingdom where his mother was born, to actively participate in her funeral.

Makinde, who  described them as one of the most upright, bold  and honest  people in Yoruba land and the nation at large, also added that his late mother was a role model whose dedication to work, uprightness, boldness and honesty were the traits of Akure people.

A statement by Mr. Taiwo Adisa, the Chief Press Secretary to Governor Makinde,  quoted the governor as saying “when you see an average Akure man or woman, you see courage and see people who are true to their words.”

While delivering the condolence message from the Deji of Akure, the leader of the delegation, who is the Asae of Akure Kingdom, Senior High Chief Sola Adegbonmire, described the governor’s mother as a worthy daughter of Akure Kingdom.

He stressed that the Omoregie family, where Madam Abigail Omojolagbe Makinde hailed from, is a family of exceptional and wonderful people in Akureland.

Oba Aladetoyinbo further described the death of Madam Makinde as a painful loss not only to the Makinde family but also to the entire Akure Kingdom.

He then prayed that God would grant the family the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.

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‘My mother was an epitome of love, humility’ – Gov. Makinde mourns

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The Oyo  state governor, Engr Seyi Makinde, has described his late mother, Chief (Mrs.) Abigail Omojolagbe Makinde, as an epitome of love and humility, despite being a disciplinarian.

The governor stated this on Friday while receiving the National Working Committee (NWC) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) led by the National Chairman, Prince Uche Sencondus, on a condolence visit to his house at Ikolaba GRA, Ibadan.

According to a statement signed by the Chief Press Secretary to Governor Makinde, Mr. Taiwo Adisa, the governor expressed gratitude to the PDP NWC, noting that the fact that the leadership of the party made it to Ibadan barely 24 hours after Mama’s demise showed the love they have for him.

The statement also noted that apart from the PDP NWC entourage, the Aare Musulumi of Yorubaland, Edo, and Delta States, Alhaji Daud Akinola, Chief Imam of Ibadanland, Sheikh AbdulGaniyy Abubakri Agbotomokekere, the Grand Mufti of Ibadanland, Sheikh Abdul Fatai Alaga, and other Muslim leaders also paid condolence visits to the governor.

Similarly, the Oyo State Judiciary led by the Chief Justice of the state, Justice Muntar Abimbola, and the General Officer Commanding, 2 Div, Nigerian Army, Ibadan, Major General Anthony Omozoje, were also at the Makinde residence to condole with the governor.

Speaking while receiving the PDP entourage, which included the National Organising Secretary, Col. Austin Akobundu (retd); Deputy National Secretary; National Financial Secretary, Alhaji Abdullahi MaiBasira; National Woman Leader, Hajia Mariya Waziri; National Publicity Secretary, Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan, as well a leader of the PDP from Osun State, Hon. Soji Adagunodo, Governor Makinde said the family remains grateful to God for the life Mama lived.

He said: “I want to thank you most sincerely for this condolence visit. I want to say, on behalf of myself, my wife, immediate family, and extended family, we are very grateful and appreciative of this visit. This happened yesterday morning and you are here this morning. It shows that you truly love me. So, I want to say thank you.

“Actually, we were preparing for my mummy’s 81st birthday, which would have been on the November 7, exactly three weeks from yesterday. But who are we to question God?

“We are grateful to God for the life she lived. To us, she was an epitome of love, humility. She was tough. If you see that trait in some of us, it came from her. And we also thank God that it was not like we were carrying her from one hospital to the other. She died peacefully in her sleep. So, we thank God for what He has done.”

Governor Makinde, who also took the opportunity to appreciate the PDP NWC for the confidence it had in him to lead the Ondo State governorship campaign, said what the outcome of the election meant was that the party would have to go back to the drawing board, adding that the campaign council will submit a report as soon as practicable.

“I will also like to use this opportunity to thank the National Working Committee of our great party for the opportunity you gave to us to lead the campaign in Ondo State. We can’t question God for the outcome of that election. What it means is that we have to go back to the drawing board. We will be submitting a report of those areas where we fell short, to the NWC as soon as practicable.

“I really want to use this opportunity to thank all of you who were there in Akure for the love of our party and for the support that you gave to our candidate in Ondo State.

“Once again, my Chairman, I am appreciative of this visit and I thank you and all the members of the NWC of our party.”

Earlier, the PDP national chairman said that the visit was to condole with the governor and the family for the loss of their mother.

He said: “A time like this is the time you know those who care and those who are with you. Unfortunately, we have two situations on our hands. We lost the chairman of the party in Zamfara. Obviously, we divided ourselves; the Deputy National Chairman of the party left for Zamfara yesterday morning for the burial of our late chairman of the party. And I and the rest of us in the National Working Committee leadership decided yesterday to come to Ibadan today.

“We are here by the grace of God to console you and the rest of the members of your family. We have no other way to do it than to join you in prayers.

“It is a very painful experience that you have to go through, sometimes alone. I know what it is because I have experienced it. It is only God that can fill the vacuum in your heart because the care of a mother is quite different from that of a father.

“So, on behalf of the leadership of our party, we are here to console you on this condolence visit. The Lord will strengthen you. And because you are one of our best and doing good works for the people of Oyo State and at this time that you are giving out your best, suddenly, God who gives has taken your beloved mother.

“We are here to share the pain and sorrow with you and to let you know we will continue in prayers during this period, even as we prepare for the funeral. After the funeral, we will continue to pray for you, your immediate and larger family. It is important for us to do so, having worked with you and having seen you as a man who is compassionate and cares for others.

“Today, we are here with you and we pray that God will energise you at this period and stretch His right hand of righteousness to touch every one of the members of the family to bear this great loss.

“Therefore, as members of the National Working Committee, we pray that God will keep you now and thereafter to make you continue to do the good work for the people of Oyo State

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Nigeria: Group drums support for #ENDSARS

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Benchmark Group of Nigeria on Friday declared its support for the ongoing peaceful #EndSARS protests, as Nigerians  speak up against police brutality.

Akanbi Bukola, founder of the group in a chat with Mega Icon Magazine said it is imperative to identify with Nigerians as protests continue around the country to end police brutality and the abuse of power by the institution established to protect its citizenry.

She noted that aside corruption and oppression from the hands of some elements of the Nigeria Police Force, “this time around, Nigerians, irrespective of faith, ethnic or political biases,  must come together to eradicate police brutality once and for all in the society”.

According to her, for many Nigerians, the police has failed to fulfill its mandate of providing public security as enshrined in the constitution, adding that officers are now viewed more as predators than protectors.

Akanbi lamented further that Nigerians struggling to make ends meet are accosted on a daily basis by these officers who demand bribes and commit abuses against them as a means of extorting money.

“Those who fail to pay are usually threatened with arrest and physical harm, by those expected to protect them”, she said.

Akanbi, however called for the overall reform of the country’s police force.

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