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VIDEO: Pastor Caught On Camera Bonking A Married Woman In A Hotel




The man of God was completely nakked when he was caught on the bed of the married woman.

From comments on social media , the man of God whose church is in the Ondo State has been sleeping with many of his church ladies including married women.

The man of God is heard begging his captors not to take a video of his nakedness because he is a pastor.

Besides taking his video , he was also subjected to severe beatings by the people who caught him. It’s just sad watching a man of God disgraced in such a manner.


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EPL: No team will like to play against them – Gary Neville names club to win title



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Former Manchester United captain, Gary Neville has backed Chelsea to win this year’s Premier League title.

Neville said this following Chelsea’s Premier League 1-0 win over Brentford on Saturday.

According to him, no team in the Premier League would like to play against Thomas Tuchel’s side this term.

Chelsea are presently on top of the English Premier League table with 19 points from 8 games.

“I think Chelsea can win the title. I know people say [Manchester] City and Liverpool, you can’t disagree with that after what they have done over these last three or four years,” Neville told Sky Sports.

“City’s performance at Chelsea a couple of weeks ago was incredible. But I do think this Chelsea team are resilient and they are tough to play against.

“I can’t think that any team in the league would like to play against them. That was a Chelsea team that had players missing as well, they have got so many players to come back. I think they are in with a great shout of winning the title, I really do.”

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SERAP sues Buhari, others over plan to monitor WhatsApp messages, phone calls



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The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has filed a lawsuit against President Muhammadu Buhari, urging the court to “declare illegal and unconstitutional the plan by the present administration to track, intercept and monitor WhatsApp messages, phone calls, and text messages of Nigerians and other people.”

According to SERAP, it severely threatens and violates the right to the preservation of privacy.

The suit followed the proposal in the Supplementary Appropriation Act signed in July 2021 to spend N4.87 billions to monitor private calls and messages.

The amount was part of the N895.8billion supplementary budget approved by the National Assembly.

In the suit number FHC/ABJ/CS/1240/2021 filed at the Federal High Court in Abuja last Friday, SERAP is seeking: “an order of perpetual injunction restraining President Buhari and any other authority, persons or group of persons from unlawfully monitoring the WhatsApp messages, phone calls and text messages of Nigerians and other people.”

The suit was filed by SERAP’s lawyers, Kehinde Oyewumi and Kolawole Oluwadare.

The suit partly read, “The Buhari administration has legal obligations to protect Nigerians and other people against arbitrary interference and violations of their human rights. Monitoring of WhatsApp messages, phone calls and text messages would grant free rein to government agencies to conduct mass surveillance of communications of people.”

Joined in the suit as Respondents are Abubakar Malami, the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation and Zainab Ahmed, the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning.

However, the date for the hearing of the suit has not been fixed yet.

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Insecurity: Anglican Bishop identifies major cause of kidnapping, banditry




Rt. Rev. Christian Onyia, Bishop of Anglican Diocese of Nike in Enugu State has proffered major solutions to kidnapping and banditry in Nigeria.

Onyia said Nigeria had witnessed an increase in kidnapping and banditry due to inequity, injustice, poverty, lack of education and lack of employment opportunities.

He said the issues of kidnapping and banditry would be a thing of the past if the issues identified were dealt with.

The cleric spoke on Saturday while reading his Bishop Charge at the Third Session of the Fifth Synod of the Diocese held at St. Peters Anglican Church, Thinkers Corner, Enugu.

According to Onyia: “Inequity, injustice, poverty, lack of education and lack of opportunities for employment are major drivers of insecurity in the country.

“If these problems are addressed, the recruitment of young people by groups of bandits will be limited.”

Onyia said the continuous activities of kidnappers and bandits were portraying Nigeria as unsafe.

He stressed that the with the current level of kidnapping and banditry, it “seems the Federal and state governments are not doing enough to tackle them”.

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