The end of Ibrahim Magu: Nigeria’s anti-corruption boss arrested for corruption (Pararan Mock News)

The latest nigeria news today is the arrest of Ibrahim Magu (acting chairman of Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC), and how he was abruptly suspended by President Muhammadu Buhari to allow the presidential panel do its job without interference from the EFCC boss.

The presidential panel is asking him to account for 380 houses, seven vessels loaded with crude oil and the disposal of assets worth N37 billion.

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Nigeria Leader Rebuke Bill Gate’s Wife, Over Statement On Africa,

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Police Parades Army’s Wife, Others Transporting Ammunitions To Bayelsa State Nigeria

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Police Parades Army’s Wife, Others Transporting Ammunitions To Bayelsa State Nigeria

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Nigeria Urged To Explore Prospects In African Free Trade Agreement

Nigeria must position itself to take advantage of the huge market presented by the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement.

Participants at a web based conference convened by the Council For the Regulation of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria, say that the country can optimize trade opportunities in the agreement it signed about one year ago.

TVC News Correspondent, Ifunanya Eze reports.

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Madagascar’s Covid-19 Treatment Isn’t Working, Nigeria Is Developing A Vaccine-Prof. Christian Happi

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Prof. Christian Happi has claimed that the Madagascar cure for Covid-19, COVID-ORGANICS isn’t effective in handling the coronavirus. He made this claim on ‘Your View.’

Recall that the made-in-Madagascar cure was delivered to Buhari by Guinea-Bissau president, Umaru Sissoco Embalo, who was in Abuja on official visit. Buhari subsequently ordered that the consignment be sent to the necessary regulatory bodies for tests before a decision on administering it will be made: “We have our institutions, systems and processes in the country. Any such formulations should be sent to them for verification. I will not put it to use without the endorsement of our institutions”, he stressed.

Madagascar donated a consignment of the controversial cure to the West African bloc, ECOWAS. The donation was sent through Guinea-Bissau. A number of countries have received their supplies according to reports.

ECOWAS, a few weeks ago, dismissed reports that it had ordered for the cure. It said it supported traditional efforts for medical cure but would only endorse scientifically approved drugs.

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ActionAid Nigeria urges FG to declare state of emergency on gender-based violence

While the primary focus recently has been on the Black Lives Matter movement, Actionaid Nigeria has brought matters closer to home and how it affects the African child.

It is asking President Muhammadu Buhari to declare a state of emergency on Gender based violence.

The international organisation is also asking Nigerians to, in commemoration of the day of the African child, situate their struggle locally amplifying “Nigerian Lives Matter,” to curtail violence against women and girls.

Correspondent habidah lawal was at an organised rally in abuja.

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Lagos Nigeria Based soulful Trumpeter and independent artist, Jesse Ibidun; has been honing his skills in Music for the past 10years, originally known for excellence in jazz and alternative music, while composing and arranging his own music. Jesse’s creative writing experience had influenced his song writing skill, having obtain several music certifications and awards; Jesse Ibidun is a certified (studied) musicologist with two diploma certificates from two prestigious institutions in Nigeria, and currently running a professional music program in University of Lagos (Unilag). Jesse is a dynamic musician with versatile abilities and talents in and outside music, Having the following skills;
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Pagan Idols Set Up in English Martyrs Church

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BRENTWOOD, England (ChurchMilitant.com) – A Catholic church in England is facing backlash for displaying Hindu, Buddhist and African idols in front of the altar for a service marking Pope Francis’ pan-religious day of prayer.

On Thursday morning, the diocese of Brentwood tweeted a picture of the idols of Shiva and Buddha, alongside an icon of Jesus the Good Shepherd and an African carving advertising an “interfaith prayer service” to be held at the Church of the English Martyrs, Hornchurch, at 7 p.m.

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“Pope Francis has appealed for a Day of Prayer and Fasting and Works of Charity for believers of all religions on 14 May, to implore God to help humanity overcome the coronavirus pandemic,” the diocesan website announced.

“In response to this appeal, Fr. Britto Belevendran, chair of the Interfaith Committee, will be leading an interfaith prayer service at 7 p.m. on Thursday 14 May (live streaming).”

“He says: ‘I invite the parishes and friends of other faiths to come together to pray for the healing of the globe and our fragile humanity from the present pandemic,” it continued. “Please join in in whatever ways you can.'”

Within minutes, hundreds of outraged Catholics bombarded the diocese’s Twitter thread accusing Fr. Belevendran of idolatry, syncretism, sacrilege and the heresy of indifferentism.

Catholic commenters hit out at the parish priest: “Shame on you.” “Willfully breaking the first commandment.” “Repent!!! You will suffer hellfire for this!” “This is sacrilege, and I will be contacting your diocesan chancellor.”

Not a single comment was positive or in favor of the interfaith service. 

Within less than an hour of Church Militant contacting the priest for comment, the tweet with the photograph of the idols was deleted. 

“It is ironic that this happened in a church named in honour of the English martyrs whose feast day was only celebrated a week ago,” Catholic journalist Caroline Farrow told Church Militant.  

“These priests, religious, laymen and women gave their lives so that Catholicism could be preserved. While it may have been motivated by good intentions, this act of blasphemy nonetheless spits upon their selfless sacrifice,” she lamented. 

The U.K. campaign director for CitizenGO told Church Militant she is running a campaign attempting to persuade the government to reopen churches: “But you have to wonder that if idol worship is what they are going to be used for, perhaps it’s better they remain closed.”

Farrow added:

You have to wonder what on earth the parish priest was thinking of allowing a 10-armed pagan idol to sit atop an altar. Worse still, that whoever was running the diocesan Twitter account appeared to agree and endorse this act of sacrilege. The bishop needs to be alert to the spiritual dangers of this, all of those involved need a course on remedial Catholicism and some serious reparation needs to be made. 

An Indian convert to Catholicism told Church Militant she was heartbroken by the idolatry: “My ancestors worshipped these idols and I am grateful to the Catholic missionaries who came and preached the Gospel to my ancestors, delivering us from worshipping such grotesque images of wood and stone.”

It is ironic that this happened in a church named in honour of the English martyrs whose feast day was only celebrated a week ago.

“Father Belevendran says he is from India,” she said. “Doesn’t he know how the caste system of Hinduism oppressed us for 3,000 years and only Christianity liberated us? Doesn’t he know the idol he placed on the altar is that of Shiva — the Hindu god of destruction?”

“Is the Bishop of Brentwood so racist that he believes Catholicism is only for white English people and not for brown-skinned Indians like me and so I need to go back to Hinduism?” she asked. “The image of Shiva as Nataraja on the altar conveys the Indian conception of the never-ending cycle of time, which is completely contrary to the biblical linear concept of time.”

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Bishop of Brentwood Alan Williams

Church Militant wrote a second time to Fr. Belevendran asking why the post with the picture of idols was suddenly pulled from the diocesan Twitter feed, asking him why he chose to reject the uniqueness of Jesus, the Son of God, and “install a statue of Shiva (Nataraja) the god of destruction on a table before the altar.” As of press time, Church Militant received no response. 

Brentwood diocese under Bp. Alan Williams is continuing to promote Pope Francis’ pan-religious day of prayer. Another tweet invites Catholics to join in Holy Mass “in response to Pope Francis’ call for interfaith Day of Prayer.”

Meanwhile, following Church Militant’s report on Catholics condemning the pontiff’s day of prayer as “blasphemy” and “sacrilege,” the pontiff has responded asserting that he is not promoting “religious relativism” but human fraternity.   

“Perhaps there will be someone who will say: ‘This is religious relativism and it cannot be done.’ But how can we not pray to the Father of all?” Francis asked in the Santa Marta chapel on Thursday.

“Everyone prays as he knows, how he can, as he has received from his own culture. We are not praying against each other, this religious tradition against this, no,” the pontiff added. “We are all united as human beings, as brothers, praying to God, according to our culture, according to our own tradition, according to our beliefs, but brothers and praying to God. This is the important thing.”

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