Pastor TB Joshua I suspect foul play as Death toll hits 42

Forty-two people have now died as a result of a building collapse at the megachurch of one of Nigeria’s most famous preachers and televangelists, the country’s main rescue body said on Sunday.Nigeria’s National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) said 42 people were killed in Friday’s incident, while 130 escaped or were pulled out alive from the rubble of the building, believed to be a guesthouse for foreign followers of TB Joshua’s The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), in the Ikotun area of Lagos.

1966 Coup: Ironsi rejected our nominee to replace slain Prime Minister Balewa – Mbazulike Amaechi

  Nigeria’s first Minister of Aviation, Chief Mbazulike Amaechi lives in Nnewi, Anambra State. In an encounter with Sunday Vanguard, he spoke on the Nigeria of his days as minister and how, despite the resolve of his colleagues in the Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa-led cabinet to continue the First Republic following the assassination of the…

Building collapse: I was the target, TB Joshua declares • Meets with police chiefs • Strange plane hovered above buildings before collapse

  THE security status of the country was, again, challenged, yesterday, following the mysterious collapse of a six-storey hotel building within the premises of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Lagos, with the General Overseer of the church, Pastor T.B. Joshua, declaring that he was the target of the attack.This is just as Joshua held…

Mr Joe Igbokwe an Igbo Political Prostitute to Yoruba land Open Letter To Ndigbo

When has Igbo become so ethically compromised that they do must defend even thieves from Igboland? Are these Igbo not aware that such fight, like in the case of Stella Oduah not only ridicules the Igbo but belittles them before others? What happens to the sanctimonious resolve of our fore fathers never to get involved in war of blame?

Ruthless Brigadier-General Benjamin Adekunle a.k.a Black Scorpion the man who murdered sleeping Igbo children’s dies in Lagos

Born in June 1936 in Kaduna, Adekunle served in the the Nigerian Army from 1958-1974. According to Wikipedia, Adekunle who served in the Congo crisis and the Nigeria civil war assumed command of the Lagos Garrison as a substantive Lt. Col.

President Jonathan orders DHQ to institute special package for dead soldiers

President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday declared that the Ministry of Defence should as a matter of urgency institute a special package for officers and men who were killed in the fight against insurgency.President Jonathan stated this at the Passing out Parade (POP) of 61 Regular Course and Short Service Course 42 (Army) at the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA), Kaduna.

Nigerian professor hits out at ex-British PM Gordon Brown as debate over Scotland’s independence bid rages

A Nigerian Canada-based Professor of Literature, famous for his satirical and often critical writings about public figures and international state of affairs, is at it again. This time Prof. Pius Adesanmi has aimed his sights on ex-British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and criticised him over the latter’s recent crowing about the pragmatism of Great Britain as a nation.