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I am considering floating a church to be called Opium of the Masses Terbanacle which I can use as a vehicle to drive my developmental agenda

Ayo Akinfe

[1] At the Opium of the Masses Terbanacle, we shall abolish the flat rate of 10% tithes, introducing in its place a progressive tax regime ranging from 2.5% for the lowest earners to 60% for the multi millionaires

[2] None of our members shall be allowed to purchase a private jet, drive any car above an Innoson G6, wear bulletproof vests or hire bodyguards. Any Opium of the Masses Terbanacle clergyman who does this will be dismissed instantly

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Christian Association of Nigeria accuses military of being complicit in Plateau killings

NIGERIA'S armed forced have been accused of being complicit in the recent killings in Plateau State by the chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria in Mangu Local Government Area of the state Reverend Timothy Daluk.

 

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English Championship side Reading sell Nigeria-eligible defender Nelson Abbey to Olympiakos

ENGLISH Championship side Reading had sold Nigeria-eligible defender Nelson Abbey to Greek side Olympiakos for an undisclosed sum after he turned down a move to several other local rivals including Luton Town.

 

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Baltimore County Circuit Court fines Nigerian blogger heavily for libelling MFM Ministries

NIGERIAN blogger Funke Ashekun has been slammed with a record $50,000 fine by a  Baltimore County Circuit Court in the US for defaming the general overseer of the Mountain of Fire and Miracles (MFM) Ministries Dr Daniel Olukoya.

 

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Kano man attempts suicide after he fails to secure Japa visa and is left with N2m debt

MEN of the Kano State Fire Service have managed to rescue a 37-year old man who attempted to commit suicide by hanging himself from a tree after failing to secure a foreign travel visa and being left in debt as a result of the failed bid.

 

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Sports minister John Enoh tells Eagles that Tinubu is not happy with their performances so far

NIGERIA'S sports minister John Enoh has expressed his dissatisfaction with the way the Super Eagles have played so far at the ongoing African Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast despite them qualifying for the knockout stages of the tournament.

 

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I would like to see President Tinubu send this Nigerian Civic Responsibility Bill to the National Assembly tomorrow

Ayo Akinfe

[1] As from April 1 2024, Civics will be taught as a compulsory subject in primary and secondary schools across Nigeria. Obtaining an O’Level credit in it is a must to advance your academic career. Also A BA Civics and National Responsibility course will be approved by the National Universities Commission

[2] Every local government across the country must set up a cooperative fund and encourage people to pay into it

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Sanwoolu receives US secretary of state Blinken and promises to keep wooing investors

GOVERNOR Babajide Sanwoolu has committed Lagos State to exploring shared interests with the US in response to the growing interest it is attracting from American investors who see Lagos metropolis in particular as a key investment destination.

 

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Peseiro has full squad available for Saturday's game as Ekong and Yusuf return from injury

SUPER Eagles head coach Jose Peseiro will have his compliment of players available for selection ahead of Saturday's Round of 16 clash with Cameroon in the ongoing African Cup of Nations after William Ekong and Alhassan Yusuf both returned to full training.

 

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President Tinubu should refuse to leave France unless President Macron offers him specific iron cast guarantees on foreign direct investment

Ayo Akinfe

[1] For decades, the French have been kicking themselves over Nigeria. They forever regret allowing the British to beat them to this sub-Saharan jewel, creating a West African giant that just dwarfs and dominates all their former colonies

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