Youths Arrested In Dunamis Church For Wearing 'Buhari must Go' T-shirt
Some youths have been reportedly arrested in Dunamis Church for allegedly wearing 'Buhari Must Go' T-Shirt to Sunday service in Abuja.
It was gathered that the youths were arrested at the church headquarters in Lugbe by the church security and handed over to the Department of States Service (DSS).
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According to eye witness, the youths were arrested and handed over to DSS. As Pastor Enenche does not want his church to be tagged anti Buhari.
Pope Francis To Undergo Colon Surgery
Pope Francis is said to undergo colon surgery, as reported by Punch.
A statement by the Vatican on Sunday, confirmed the new development.
It was gathered that the Pontiff was admitted at the Gemelli University Hospital for an inflammation and adnormal narrowing of the large colon.
17 Dead, 40 Wounded In Fresh Military Aircraft Crash
According to Naija News, over 17 people have been reportedly killed while 40 others wounded in a fresh military aircraft crash in Philippine.
It was gathered that the aircraft conveying military officers missed it's runway and crashed while trying to land on Jolo Island.
Confirming the incident, Armed Forces Chief General, Cirilito Sobejana, disclosed that there were over 90 people on board the aircraft when it crashed.
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