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Daddy Freeze, Bisi Alimi blasts Apostle Suleiman

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The sex scandal surrounding Apostle Johnson Suleman is still fueling controversies amongst some concerned Nigerians. Following the revelation by his alleged mistress, Stephanie Otobo and a video of her revealing the gory details of their affair.  More people  continue to air their opinions over the issue.

Cool FM On Air Personality Ifedayo Olarinde aka Freeze and Gay rights activist Bisi Alimi speaks about the the Suleman Saga.

Freeze has come under fire a couple of times, due to statements he made on social media over “Men of God”.  He posted a video of the Apostle during ministration. It appears the Apostle would not be spared as he talked about @hushpuppi and Pastors spending money on ‘hoes’

daddyfreeze wrote this today..
“Why is everyone on @hushpuppi ‘s case for for the last 3days for allegedly spending 11million on drinks??? ARE PASTORS NOT SPENDING MORE ON HOES??
“At least he drink the drink for him belle, if he had given the money to a church, they would have contributed it to buy private jets he won’t use, build schools his kids won’t attend or create slush funds for hoes he won’t”.

“My brother enjoy your money, na you get am, me I no dey form righteous! ~FRZ
#FreeTheSheeple”.

He goes ahead to back his opinion with a bible verse

“John 12:4-8 KJV
[4] Then saith one of his disciples, Judas Iscariot, Simon’s son , which should betray him, [5] Why was not this ointment sold for three hundred pence, and given to the poor? [6] This he said, not that he cared for the poor; but because he was a thief, and had the bag, and bare what was put therein. [7] Then said Jesus, Let her alone: against the day of my burying hath she kept this. [8] For the poor always ye have with you; but me ye have not always”.
If you study the verse above, you will understand the meaning of hypocrisy!

Nigerian gay rights activist, Bisi Alimi also tweeted about Apostle Suleman,

“Like all men caught with their pants down, @APOSTLESULEMAN is here blaming the victim while his moronic followers shout for joy”.

— Ashiwaju Bisi Alimi (@bisialimi)

( wuzupnigeria)

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Petrol Subsidy Not Completely Gone, Says Minister

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Petrol Subsidy Not Completely Gone, Says Minister

Timipre Slyva

Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva has stated that contrary to popular belief, the federal government has not completely removed petrol subsidy.

Speaking on Channels’ Politics Today, the minister said: “We are still trying to manage this bumpy start. We have not been able to get to that 100 percent removal of subsidy from the foreign exchange end.

“If we were to take it out completely and allow people to access foreign exchange from the parallel market and allow people to import the product, the price of the pump will even be more.

Also Read: Petrol Price Will Increase When Oil Goes Up – Sylva

“The Federal Government, knowing the impact it will have on the people, decided that they are still going to manage this situation.”

Speaking on the importation of petrol from Niger, the Minister expressed that the importation of fuel from the Niger Republic is not something Nigerians should be embarrassed about.

He expressed that Nigerians should be proud that the Federal Government is set to resume the importation of petroleum products from its neighbour.

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‘Your Report On Lekki Capable Of Setting Nigeria On Fire’ — Lai Writes CNN

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JustLai MohammedMinister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed has expressed that the CNN report on the Lekki Tollgate shooting of October 20 2020 is capable of setting the country on fire.

Recall that CNN had published an investigative report titled, ‘How a bloody night of bullets and brutality quashed a young protest movement in Nigeria,’ claiming soldiers fired live ammunition directly at protesters at the Lekki toll gate.

But Nigeria’s Minister for Information denied the report of the US-based cable television, calling for a sanction on CNN over the report, adding that the report on the Lekki tollgate incident was highly irresponsible.

Also Read: Lai Mohammed Condemns CNN Investigation On Lekki Shooting

Reacting in another story titled, ‘Nigeria threatens CNN with sanctions but provides no evidence Lekki toll gate investigation is inaccurate’, CNN maintained that it stood by its earlier report on the Lekki tollgate incident.

In a petition dated November 23 and addressed to Mr. Jonathan Hawkins VP, Communications, CNN Centre Atlanta, Georgia U.S, the federal government demanded “an immediate and exhaustive investigation into its report on the Lekki Toll Gate incident to determine its authenticity and conformity to basic standards of journalism.”

Lai Mohammed, who signed the petition, said if the US-based media organisation failed to carry out its demand, the Nigerian government will “take any action within its laws’’ to prevent CNN from aggravating the End SARS crisis.

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Amaechi Apologises For Abuja-Kaduna Train Breakdown

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Amaechi Apologises For Abuja-Kaduna Train Breakdown

Rotimi Amaechi

Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has apologised to Nigerians for the breakdown at the Abuja-Kaduna railway which occurred between November 18 and November 20.

The former Governor of Rivers State stated this at the Moniya rail station on Monday while inspecting the ongoing rail project in Ibadan.

Amaechi pointed out that the Chinese have been called to attend to the problem as the federal government does not expect any mechanical fault at this early stage.

Also Read: $656m Needed To Complete Lagos-Ibadan Railway – Amaechi

Ameachi said, “I want to apologise to Nigerians over what happened at the Abuja-Kaduna rail station.”

“We now have new locomotives, and we’ve called the Chinese because we never expected the mechanical fault at this early stage.”

“On behalf of the Federal Government, the ministry and the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC), we apologise to Nigerians, and I’ve instructed the NRC to fix it or invite the Chinese.”

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