Written by Ihechukwu Njoku
Although controversial Nigerian ‘Prophet’ T.B. Joshua has not been seen in public for over five months, indications have emerged that his ‘famed’ predictions have not ceased.
According to Nigerian celebrity news site, ‘Sahara Weekly’, Joshua had warned some ‘government officials’ who visited him that Boko Haram insurgents had infiltrated Abuja and were planning to carry out ‘suicide bombing’ attacks.
Written by Charles Mkula
The We Have Faith – Act now for Climate Justice Pan-African Cycling Campaign enters Malawi from Zambia the morning of Thursday 8th October, 2015. It is made up of nine countries and Malawi is the sixth country to take over the country-to-country relay.
The Campaign brings together faith based organizations, civil society organizations and youth movements from East and Southern Africa aimed at collecting 1 million petitions. The African People’s Petition aims at putting pressure on national, regional and world leaders to urgently act on Climate Change.
Written by Yoofi Nana
Two judges of the Court of Appeal, Justices Abdulkadir Jega and Musa Hassan Alkali, have been confirmed dead in the tragedy in Mecca last Thursday in which some 769 persons died. The death of these two eminent jurists were confirmed to Daily Trust on Sunday by several sources in Saudi Arabia and Nigeria, and it is feared that some 100 Nigerians may have lost their lives in the disaster.
Among those whose deaths were also confirmed last night were the Emir of Zing and Amirul-hajj (leader of delegation) of Taraba State to this year’s hajj exercise, Alhaji Abbas Sambo. Other seven members of his family died in last Thursday’s catastrophe.
Written by ulemu teputepu
By ulemu teputepu
Pastor Hastings Salanje has called upon Malawians to stop criticizing Prophet Bushiri over his miracles saying only God can judge on whether such miracles are true or not.
Salanje made the remarks as he was preaching to his congregation at his newly opened Church Gods Chapel in Johannesburg, Pretoria
Written by JAMES ODZIWA MARAVIPOST
• The Right Honourable Dr. Saulos Klaus Chilima, Vice President of the Republic of Malawi;
• All Cabinet Ministers present here;
• senior government officials present here;
• Members of the Press;
• Ladies and gentlemen.
I have called for this press conference to share with you the current food security situation in the country.
As you know, the 2014/2015 growing season has been one of the
worst seasons. You will recall that during this growing season, rains started very late, in mid- December, 2014. From the onset of rains in mid-December, 2014, through to mid-January, 2015, the country received continuous heavy rainfall that led to the worst flooding in living memory. The floods affected about 1.1 million people. It damaged people’s property and public infrastructure and at least 64, 000 hectares of crop fields throughout the country, mostly in the Southern Region. 106 people were killed and 172 people were reported missing.