Written by Nosa Osazuwa
The Committee for the Defence of Human Rights (CDHR) has called on the Federal Government of Nigeria to expedite action on the release of the security report of investigation into the collapsed Synagogue, Church of All Nations building in which over a hundred lives, mostly South Africans, were lost on September 12, 2014.
The human rights group made this call during a solidarity rally held in support of the Founder and General Overseer of the church, Prophet T.B. Joshua at the premises of the church on Monday, February 9, 2015. The group was led by its National President, Comrade Sunny Enenuvwedia, Vice President, Comrade Ade Ikuesan as well as the National Auditor, Comrade Adesegun Aloba.
Written by Ihechukwu Njoku IREPORTS
Amidst the controversy swirling around the decision by the electoral commission to postpone Nigeria’s elections by six weeks, Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua has released a video online with a prophecy he allegedly gave one year ago.
“What I am seeing is heavy. I am seeing rain – the cloud is darker. The fulfillment of 2015 – pray for it,” Joshua told congregants on February 9th 2014 in a clip uploaded to YouTube channel ‘Emmanuel TV’.
Written by Reutors
NAIROBI (Reuters) - A Kenyan lawmaker was shot dead in the capital early on Saturday morning, in an incident likely to put pressure on President Uhuru Kenyatta's government over insecurity in the east African nation.
Frequent attacks blamed on Islamists brought the country's tourism business on its knees last year, as potential visitors cancelled their bookings, leading to a shortage of hard currency inflows.
Written by Tikondane Vega MANA
Blantyre, February 8: The Blantyre Community Development Office has expressed concern over the few number of men enrolling into its adult Literacy classes.
The programme provides a chance to men and women who dropped out of school to learn how to read and write; but in Blantyre, most illiterate men are shunning the program.