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Today's Headlines: I’ll Take Vaccine For Work Of gospel-Adeboye; Wike Calls For National Dialogue

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I’ll take Covid-19 vaccine for work of gospel – Adeboye

THE General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, has advised members of his church willing to take the COVID-19 vaccine to go ahead, saying he will not hesitate to do same if it is the requirement of any country he intends to visit on evangelism.

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Addressing a congregation of worshippers in the early hours of Saturday at the monthly Holy Ghost Night on October 2, 2021, the cleric said he has nothing against the vaccine as he can also take it if necessary.

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Stressing that safety is of the Lord, Daddy GO cleared the air that he did not instruct members not to take the Covid-19 vaccine, adding that members who want to take the vaccine should do so instead of living in fear or doubt.

Wike calls for national dialogue to rework Nigeria’s structure

Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has proposed a national dialogue to address the many contentions in the polity. 

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An Independence Day statement signed by his spokesman Kelvi Ebiri on Friday quoted the governor as saying “there isn’t anything worthy of our celebration” in the 61 years of nationhood except the struggle to survive and remain a united entity.

Mr Wike demanded the requisite courage and commitment from leaders and every Nigerian to search and secure solutions to the challenges confronting the country.

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He recalled that the path to Nigeria’s independence was charted by patriotic, knowledgeable and compassionate leaders.

End has come for killer herdsmen, other criminals rendering parents childless – Oyedepo rains curses

Bishop David Oyedepo, founder and president of Living Faith Church Worldwide on Friday rained curses on criminal elements wreaking havoc across the country.

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Oyedepo, during a special service organized by the church to mark 2021 Independence Day, said it is time for God to judge killer herdsmen and other elements that have made parents childless and wives widows.

The renowned pastor and one of the most popular gospel preachers in the country, declared that the country will not continue to suffer insecurity and other challenges currently bedeviling it.

Protests Rock Abuja on Independence Day Celebration

Activists yesterday embarked on an Independence Day protest in Abuja shortly after President Muhammadu Buhari addressed the nation in commemoration of Nigeria’s 61st Independence anniversary.

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This is as protesters under the aegis of #RevolutionNow and TakeItBack Movement yesterday, stormed the Gani Fawehinmi Park in Ojota, Lagos.

The anti-government protesters, bearing ‘Buhari Must Go’ placards, set up barricades at Lugbe on the International Airport Road and forced commuters to use alternative roads.

El-RUFAI: Nigeria has no reason not to adopt electronic voting

Excerpts from the live media chat of the Kaduna State Governor Malam Nasir El-Rufai on major radio stations in Kaduna on Tuesday, 28th September 2021.

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So much has gone on this month, from the local government elections to KADInvest and the commissioning of projects. Just yesterday, you hosted another meeting of the northern governors and traditional rulers. How are you feeling right now? Exhausted or excited or both?

 I am excited that a lot of our initiatives are producing results. I am grateful to God for blessing our efforts. I thank all the people who commended our elections and our investment efforts. Many of our investors spoke about what brought them to Kaduna and what keeps them here, despite our challenges.

APC national convention may hold December

THE leadership of the All Progressives Congress is considering the first week of December 2021, as a possible date for the party’s national convention, The PUNCH has learnt.

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Our correspondent gathered in Abuja, on Friday, that as soon as the rescheduled state congresses hold on October 16, a date for the zonal congresses will be announced.

A member of the party’s national caucus who pleaded anonymity for fear of retribution told our correspondent that for now, the party is focused on putting its house in order and winning the Anambra State governorship election.

The source said, “As you know, we rescheduled the state congresses to October 16 to allow our major stakeholders to take part in the 61st Independence Day celebration as well as do some house cleaning ahead of the congresses.

Ex-Militants Migrate To Piracy, Devastating N/Delta Communities

Residents of Niger-Delta have raised the alarm over the astronomical increase in piracy, kidnapping, deadly fights among pirates and attacks on oil infrastructure in the region.

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LEADERSHIP Weekend gathered that while many ex-Niger Delta militants totally embraced amnesty and are doing well in different fields of endeavours, others did not and have resorted to inflicting hardship on the region to finance their expensive lifestyle, drugs and alcohol dependency.

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