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Shocking: White Men Created Me Not Jesus, Daddy Freeze Publicly Denounced Christ.

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A popular Nigerian controversial founder of an online ‘Church’, Ifedayo Olarinde, popularly known as Daddy Freeze has conspicuously rejected Jesus’s Christ as his saviour.

The self acclaimed Pastor denounced his Christian faith, stating that he rejected Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and saviour.

Freeze, who is the founder and leader of Free Nation, rejected Jesus giving reasons that the character of Jesus was created by the whites.

According to the controversial social commentator, Jesus never existed as the Bible claim, and that his Savior is Ye’shua which is the direct interpretation of Christ in Hebrew.

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According to Freeze which he equally said, “By rejecting Jesus’ and holding on to Yahashua/Ye’shua, I cut out the colonial masters from the narrative, because they were never meant to be there in the first place.

He also said Salvation first came to Ethiopia, in Africa, in Acts chapter 8.

“I speak their language fluently, spend their currency and visit their countries with joy, but refuse to worship their version of our God.

Refusing to bow the knee to ‘Jesus’ is the greatest act of protest a black man can ever undertake! Freeze said”

Freeze who is known for publicly calling out popular pastors and condemning their acts.

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Freeze started his radio career in 1996 with the Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State (BCOS), Ibadan and joined Cool FM in 2001 working in radio presenting, television and general entertainment.

He was a senior broadcaster at Cool FM Lagos. He is also an event compere. He has hosted a number of music concerts, comedy shows and Nollywood premieres in Nigeria, Ghana and the United Kingdom among others.

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NLC/TUC suspension of Nationwide strike; beauty and power of dialogue – YAN Nat. Speaker, Sani

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Speaking on the proposed Nationwide strike by the Organized labour and the subsequent suspension; Rt. Hon. Shuaibu Sani, National Speaker of the Youth Assembly of Nigeria (YAN) applauded labour leaders, Federal Government and other mediating bodies including National Assembly for showing sense of responsibility for the sake of Nigerian populace, adding that, the decision to suspend the strike by the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) is the best decision any reasonable and coordinated Union can make at a time like this.

A Press Statement signed and issue by Makerin Masaka,
National Deputy Director Media & Publicity, YAN, in Abuja, shortly after the press conference said the Youth leader was hopeful that, NLC, TUC and the Federal Government will reach a common understanding that will make for an amicable resolution of all issues in contention as he further commended the organized labour for having masses at heart by given the proposed strike a human face in view of the hardship it would have brought on Nigerians and finally prays for a lasting solution to incessant unrest in the country. He said.

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ICPC Clarifies Chairman’s Speech on N2.7Billion School Feeding Diverted

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Prof. Bolaji Owasanoye, ICPC Chairman.

 

The attention of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has been drawn to some reports making the rounds on a segment of the speech delivered by the ICPC Chairman, Professor Bolaji Owasanoye, yesterday, Monday, 28th September 2020 at its 2nd National Submit on Diminishing Corruption in the Public Sector. The said reports erroneously implied that the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs diverted monies meant for Home-Grown School Feeding Programme.

In the speech, Professor Owasanoye stated inter alia, ‘’… we discovered payments to some federal colleges (secondary schools) for school feeding in the sum of N2.67b during the lockdown when the children were not in school, and some of the money ended up in personal accounts. We have commenced investigations into these findings’’.

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The Commission wishes to clarify that the “school feeding” referred to by the Chairman of ICPC was the feeding of boarding students in Federal Government Colleges, who were all at home during the COVID-19 lockdown. This is NOT the Home-Grown School Feeding Programme being managed by the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development.

The Commission had discovered through its review of publications on the Open Treasury Portal that statutory monthly allocations meant for the feeding of secondary school students of SOME Federal Government Colleges were diverted into personal accounts.

This statement is issued for the purpose of clarifying the statement of the Hon. Chairman. Consequently, the general public is hereby advised to disregard the said reports suggesting reference to the school feeding programme going on in primary schools. The full speech of the Chairman can be downloaded from the Commission’s website at www.icpc.gov.ng.

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Military Retires 256 Soldiers, Prepares Others For Post-Service Life (Full List)

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Global Times Nigeria reports that after 35 years of service to the nation, 256 Non Commissioned Officers (NCOs) of the Nigerian military were on Friday retired in a colourful celebration.

The retirement of the 256 followed several months of courses on reintegration to civil life, entrepreneurship and other skills acquisition programmes at the Armed Forces Resettlement Centre (NAFRC), Oshodi in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial city.

According to reports, the retirees were drawn from the Nigerian Army (NA), Nigerian Navy (NN) and Nigerian Air Force (NAF). They were hosted to a combined passing out ceremony with 26 Generals and 47 mid-level officers who underwent management and entrepreneurship courses also at NAFRC.

It was gathered, 76 officers, were penciled for the courses they took to prepare them for retirement since they do not have many years in the civil service.

The Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Gen. Abayomi Olonisakin while speaking at the ceremony, urged the retirees to be unrelenting in their support to security agencies particularly in the area of community intelligence gathering.

Reminding them of the recently approved enhanced welfare packages for retiring members of the Armed Forces by President Muhammadu Buhari, Olonisakin reminded them of the need to stay loyal and dedicated to the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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Olonisakin commended NAFRC Commandant, Air Vice Marshal Kingsley Lar and other staff for ensuring that Armed Forces personnel were exposed to the latest trends in global entrepreneurship and management training.

“I am aware of the reviewed curriculum designed to enhance the management and entrepreneurial skills of the participants. I urge the Commandant to continue these laudable initiatives for high quality human resource development that will be gainful to our personnel and society at large,” said the CDS.

In his welcome remarks, AVM Lar the retirees where the stream one of the second batch for this year. He praised them for their unblemished military service, adding them to remain disciplined, law abiding and worthy ambassadors of the centre.

Lar who led dignitaries at the event round the centre for inauguration of some of the projects executed since his assumption of office in January, said he was glad to have officials of the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), Department of State Services (DSS), National Intelligence Agency (NIA) and Defence Intelligence Agencies (DIA) participate in the courses for the first time ever.

“When l assumed command of this centre in January this year, my first impression was that this is a well-positioned centre with capacity to optimally deliver on its core mandate of vocational training not just for retiring personnel of the Armed Forces of Nigeria (AFN) but also for all Nigerians as well as the West African sub region.

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“Pursuant to this objective, I immediately developed my vision of command which is to harness the available human and infrastructural capital to transform NAFRC into a word class centre of excellence for international best practice in vocational training. The implementation of this vision was anchored on a three pronged approach of reengineering the people, processes and systems.

“Towards achieving this objective, my first emphasis was to develop and improve different aspects of our human capital resource. Next step was to update the training curricula of the various workshops in line with contemporary practices. As a corollary to this, several of the workshops had to be upgraded and equipped with modern and up to date equipment for training.

“To complement the already existing vocational workshops, l approved the introduction of new vocational workshops in paint making, communications equipment repairs and floriculture. My emphasis was also on maintaining and improving the physical and social infrastructure of the centre.

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“On completion of the three anchors of my vision, l thereafter sought and obtained Defence Headquarters (DHQ) authorisation to admit members of para military agencies as well as government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) to carry out training in NAFRC.

“In line with my firm belief that NAFRC is adequately poised to train all Nigerians with vocational skills, the centre in conjunction with the Mushin Local Government Council has successfully conducted various vocational training for citizens in Mushin Local Government as well as youths in different military barracks across Nigeria.

“Specifically, the centre’s Agriculture Wing has conducted training and cultivated several economic trees and vegetable farms in Nigerian Army Cantonment Ojo, NAF Base Ikeja while that of the Navy Town Ojo is being finalised. This same gesture has also been extended to several other military formations in Abuja, Bauchi, Kaduna, Makurdi and Kerang in Plateau State…” he said.

Also at the ceremony were a former CDS, Gen. Alexander Ogomudia (rtd.), Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Defence, Babajimi Benson, General Officer Commanding (GOC) 81 Division, Maj.Gen. Godwin Umelo and Air Officer Commanding (AOC) Logistics Command, AVM Lawal Alao, among others.

 

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