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Why Kefas Agbu Should Be The Next Governor Of Taraba State




‘’When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn’’, the people of Taraba will be made to choose what they want between joy and sadness on Saturday, 11th of March, 2023 during the governorship election.

There are several candidates from different political parties that are eyeing the number one seat in the state but among them all, Kefas Agbu of the People Democratic Party stands out.

Considering how he emerged the candidate of the PDP, one would agree that indeed, he has the hands of God on his ambition to rule the state, it’s not just a personal project but one that is divinely orchestrated. His candidacy was fought but alas, the elect of the Lord became victorious.

Taraba state is at a critical stage where only the Lord’s anointed can save it, there are so many wrongs waiting to be corrected, so many needs of the people waiting to be met, the people have been clamouring for a better government and their tears have reached the heavens, Kefas Agbu is that man appointed to wipe their tears away.

To confirm all of these, about eight parties collapsed their structures for Kefas Agbu yesterday. The parties while speaking on the surprise development explained that the manifesto and track record of the PDP candidate inspired them to make the move.

Also, Kefas Agbu’s antecedents is by far richer than any other candidate in the race with him. As a former military personnel, Kefas made successful efforts to restore peace in the Niger Delta region, imagine how much peace would reign in Taraba when he becomes the governor.

In all ramifications, Kefas Agbu deserves to become the next governor of Taraba state. He has proven records as an intelligent administrator and assuredly, Taraba would be a better place when he emerges. Therefore, whoever the cap fits, Let him wear it. Kefas Agbu should be the next governor of Taraba state.

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Sierra Leone President Hosts Prophet Joshua Iginla




Global prophet Leading prophetic voice in Nigeria, Bro. Joshua Iginla, on Tuesday, March 28th, 2023 was hosted by the President of Sierra Leone, His Excellency, Julius Maada Bio.

The courtesy visit is not unconnected to the two days National Crusade tagged Sierra Leone supernatural encounter of power and miracle with the theme, Grass to grace inside the X-ray Arena, SS camp, Hill station, Freetown from Wednesday, March 29th till Thursday, March 3oth, 2023 by 5pm daily.

The Prophet who confirmed this through the Facebook page of his ministry described the encounter as a wonderful atmosphere, stating that the President is God fearing and asked him for God’s word concerning the beautiful land of Sierra Leone. He also attested to the fact that he has a compassionate heart and love for his people.


It would be recalled that Iginla is no stranger to the president of Nations as many had hosted him in time past for prayers and declaration of God’s mind for their nations.

Bro. Joshua Iginla is a man whose great prophetic prowess, word impact, stunning deliverance ministration, and diverse healings are second to none. He is one of the most sought-after preachers in the world.

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Breaking: Arsenal suffer Thomas Partey injury worry ahead of crucial Leeds United clash



Thomas Partey will fly back to Arsenal having missed Ghana’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Angola on Monday due to injury.

Ghana manager Chris Houghton confirmed Partey, who remained an unused substitute during the 1-1 draw, was deemed too much of a risk to play during his post-match press conference.

“Thomas has some small injury issues,” Houghton said. “We felt it was too big a risk to start him.”

Arsenal are expecting Partey back at London Colney on Tuesday where they will assess the midfielder, who was accompanied to Ghana by Gunners physio Simon Murphy, ahead of this weekend’s home game with Leeds.

The former Atletico Madrid star felt something in his right leg during a training session with his country on Sunday. Sources close to the player insist it is not a hamstring issue and believe he should be fine for Saturday’s game at Emirates Stadium.

Houghton is understood to have taken the decision to leave Partey out on his own. There was no outside pressure from Arsenal, despite the presence of Murphy.

The Gunners medical team will make a decision later in the week on whether the 29-year-old can feature against Leeds. Arsenal travel to Liverpool the following weekend for a huge game at Anfield as they chase their first Premier League title since 2004.

Should Partey miss out this Saturday, Jorginho would most likely be the man to come in and replace him in midfield.

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Breaking: Domestic staff sentenced to death for killing employer, daughter



An Ikeja High Court has sentenced a domestic staff, Joseph Ogbu, to death by hanging for killing his employer, an 89-year-old woman, Ajoke John and her daughter, Oreoluwa in Lagos State.

NAN reports that Justice Modupe Nicole-Clay held on Monday that the prosecution had sufficiently proven the 3-count charge bordering on murder and armed robbery against the convict.

Nicole-Clay held today that the defendant confessed to the crime as he self-confessed living with the deceased and he was the only witness of the incident.

Nicole-Clay said, “He killed Adejoke by strangling her and Oreoluwa by stabbing her to death as defence didn’t raise objection to the admissibility of the confessional statement, there’s no doubt that the defendant confessed to the crimes.

“The defendant couldn’t give an explanation as to what he was doing with all the stolen items he was found with at about 2 am on the date he was arrested.

“This court has found Joseph Ogbu guilty of these heinous crimes and you’re hereby sentenced to death by hanging. May God have mercy on your soul.”

The convict, while gesticulating, begged the court for mercy.

He said in pidgin English, “the mama no die for my presence. I beg for mercy.”

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