Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Pastor who told me that Wike will betray me, has also warned about another betrayal from an over ambitious former senator " - Amaechi

Minister of transportation, Rotimi Amaechi has said the pastor who told him about Wike's betrayal has also warned him about another betrayal froma former senator of the state. Amaechi also admonished politicians to emulate the exemplary lifestyle of Jesus Christ, while on earth. He said politicians should learn humility, from Christ; and have respect for the will of the people and constituted authorities. He made the remark after an Easter service.
He said, " As you can see, I'm a senior minister of the federal republic of Nigeria, but I allowed the wish of the people to prevail in the rerun elections in my local government area. The people chose who they wanted. If their choice comes out good, fine for them. If it doesn't, good for them too. But I know ordinary commissioners in the PDP, wouldn't allow that in their local government areas. They will kill, to make sure they win, the rerun elections "
When asked if he was ready to make peace with Gov. Wike for the interest of Rivers state.
Amaechi said; " I'm not the one behind the violence in Rivers state. Besides it's not my responsibility to protect the lives of Rivers people. I'm not the governor. Even though I get calls on daily basis to come and save them in Rivers state. But I'm not the governor! The one I made minister and later betrayed me, should move for peace in Rivers state.
By the way, one of the pastors who told me Nyesom Wike, would betray me, has also warned me of another betrayal from a former senator "


His penchant for good life is unequal. He regaled in love for eye catching buildings, cloths, shoes, buildings and cars. A glance at his Ikeja, Lagos church auditorium speaks volume, so also are his various educational investments in Ota in Ogun State.
Bishop Dr. Tom Samson the General Overseer of Christ Royal Family Int’l Church few days ago received a Rolls Royce Phantom as birthday gift; the 2014 customized extended wheel base beast was a gift from his 50th birthday organizing committee to appreciate his impact in their lives as his flock.
The luxury wonder on wheel with its attendant special features only driven in this part of the world by few men of class and panache is said to have cost a fortune. 
Rolls Royce Phantom 2014 model confers an instant princely feeling of royalty and opulence on anyone within, little wonder the committee led by Deacon Iyke Kanu said that for the impact of Bishop Tom Samson in their lives and contribution to the body of Christ, there is aptly nothing more befitting to celebrate him at 50 than an automobile of royal ensemble to compliment his status as a joint heir in the Kingdom. 

Other members of the Committee include Pastor Eromosele Agbonselobho, Deacon Nosa James , Deacon Charles Okoko, Deacon Jim Sakpere, Deacon Ndubuisi, Special Servant Rosemary Ulu, Miss Uche, Pastor Ngozi, Deaconess Nnenna David, Evangelist Joan Mukoro, Dave Agwazim, Pastor Ohis Bamidele, Pastor Julius Ochigbo Onoyima, Elder Femi Oboye, Mrs. Eugene Emelieze, Evangelist Chinasa, Pastor Wale Samson, Ambassador D’Bling, Mr Oyinlola Oluwatoyin,and Barr.Charles,completes the committee members. 
Bishop Tom Samson’s Rolls Royce is quite unique. It is the 2014 Bespoke Phantom. Exclusively designed for the upwardly mobile dudes, the wondrous auto is the brainchild of Rolls Royce Dubai brand manager, Mohammed El-Arishy. Rolls Royce says that this exotic model is meant to evoke the history of motoring heritage of Goodwood Racetrack. Sporty and rugged with ostentatious demeanour, the wonders-on-wheel is a delight to behold and intimidating.
Rolls Royce was created over a famous launch in May 1904, after Henry Royce, a successful engineer, struck a deal with Charles Rolls, owner of one of the first car dealerships. The ensuing series of two, three, four and six cylinder cars broke the mould for engineering and craftsmanship and ushered in one of the best cars in the world. Rolls Royce’s collaboration with BMW in the last few decades has produced the Phantom series, which was launched in 2003 to revive the brand from near obscurity to one of the foremost symbols of extreme wealth. 
The latest luxury toy will certainly compliment Bishop Tom Samson’s already intimidating garage filled with state of the art automobiles including his much talked about N80m 40ft Hummer Limousine.
Other notable high points of the activities marking Bishop Tom Samson’s golden jubilee anniversary on planet earth includes the commission of Faculty of Humanity block and Library complex for the proposed Monarch University.

End of the road for baby factory owners in Ondo By Solomon Adewoye

Like new clothes getting used to the body, a new way of making money through the sale of new-born babies and child-trafficking is gradually being perfected across the country in different dimensions.
The racket of mating young girls and boys to “produce” children for sale to desperate buyers is fast gaining prominence not only in the South-East but also in the South-West. Operators of the homes and their syndicates usually scout for teenagers or other classes of females with unwanted pregnancies or yoked with inordinate desire for materialism, who they lure to their herbal clinic for delivery.
If this category may find rationalisation in today’s world of freedom of anything, even to be in chains, some syndicates, however, do not need the interference of providence in their trade, so they simply recruit some teenagers, who are then impregnated by their male syndicate members, and kept hostage throughout the gestation period.
Thereafter, the owner of the home pays them off and, at a negotiated price, hands the babies to the desperate childless women who patronise the herbal clinic for fruits of the womb or to other shades of clients for their nefarious ends.
Investigations revealed that the patrons of these homes are high-heeled and well-to-do couples who visit mostly at night in sleek automobiles. The business is now common in South-Western Nigeria, especially in Ondo State, as the traffickers smile to banks every day.
In Ondo State, child-trafficking is now common unlike in the past when it is regarded as not only a crime to humanity but also to God. Of recent, over 10 cases of child-trafficking have been reported and handled by relevant security agencies in the state.
These included the two suspected Camerounian ladies, Ngala Nungu and Mrs. Mende Cecilia, who were arrested by the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) at the Calabar seaport for allegedly stealing a five-day-old baby girl. Nungu claimed that she delivered the baby at Okitipupa through the help of a lady who specialises in herbal medicine.
Interestingly, some individuals who specialise in this unwholesome act told The AUTHORITY that they do not deserve to be punished since they help to satisfy people’s needs. Among them is the Chairman of prostitutes in Ondo State, Ms. Rose Ojeme, who told journalists when she was arrested in January that she was into the business to make a living and that she gets over N50,000 per month through the business.
In January, 24 suspects were arrested in Ilu-Titun in Okitipupa Council Area of the state by the NIS state command. Also in the same month, the state command of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) apprehended two women traffickers who specialise in bringing under-aged girls from South-Eastern Nigeria to Akure, the Ondo State capital, for prostitution.
According to NSCDC State Commandant, Mr. Ayinla Olayinka, the two traffickers were arrested at a hotel in Akure, where the evil acts were being perpetrated. Ayinla disclosed that the two were in the business of bringing under-aged girls into the state for prostitution in the pretext of engaging them in legitimate work.
The two teenagers - 16 and 17 years respectively – were said to have been brought from Akwa Ibom State and were locked up in different rooms by their managers, who let in on them various men of low esteem to have a fill of their carnal lust for a fee.
Confessing to the crime, Ojeme and her deputy, Mrs. Susan John, said they were only helping the two girls to meet with their needs, adding that they were only “hustling’ to make a living instead of stealing.
Meanwhile, one of the rescued teenagers disclosed to newsmen that five men were having sex with them daily, but that the “rent” was going to their Chairman, Ojeme. Narrating the pathetic story of her bungled search for greener pastures, she said: “We followed a friend to Akure from Ikom, Akwa Ibom State, to Akure on a promise to be working in a supermarket, but we were lured into prostitution on getting here after we had been locked up.
Five or six men would have sex with me every day. For instance, every Friday, six men will sleep with me and N6,000 will be paid to madam, while on Saturdays five men must have sex with me and the money paid to madam.”
Another case of child-trafficking took place last week when 17-year-old Tessy Obianu was nabbed by the Ondo State Command of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) for allegedly selling her baby to a couple in Onitsha, Anambra State, for N500,000.
Her action, according to the police, was influenced by a specialised child-trafficker, a certain Mrs. Chibuzor Okoye, who allegedly convinced her to sell the baby to Mr. and Mrs. Sunday Kalu, who were desperately in need of a baby.
The police command’s image maker, Mr. Femi Joseph, said the agency was tipped off on the crime when Tessy’s father, Mr. Henry Obianu, who lives at Ogbese in Akure, reported that her daughter was missing with her pregnancy.
According to the report, Tessy ran away with her pregnancy in January, 2015 but later re-appeared in May with neither the pregnancy nor the baby. Following investigations in Onitsha, the police arrested the alleged specialist child-trafficker, Okoye, at No.3, Tonny Olisa Street, Awada.
Okoye was alleged to have sold the said baby girl to the couple who lives at No.8, Uzogwu Street, Onitsha, for N500,000, a crime he confessed to, adding that he gave Jude the sum of N200,000 from the said fee, out of which Jude claimed to have bought clothes and shoes for Tessy and also gave her N30,000.
On her part, Mrs. Okoye said she forced Tessy to sign an undertaking that she would never come back for the baby, before the money was given to her.
According to Mr. Adeola Subomi, who works with a charity home in Ondo State, the business is thriving because of young girls who these days run away from their homes to avoid the stigma of unplanned pregnancies outside marriage and having to care for illegitimate children. Therefore, “they stay away from home for some time, deliver their babies and return home with pittance.”
The other side of the coin is the problem of marital infertility, which is driving desperate wives into any venture that could give them babies, at least to save their marriages and breathe some air of fulfillment. Subomi noted: “After long years of marriage, if there is no child, the woman will be so desperate, especially to keep her marriage and also to avoid societal stigma.”
Nevertheless, he advised couples with child-bearing or fertility problems to rather adopt children legally and avoid running foul of the law. Adoption process in most states of the federation, he stated, requires prospective couples to pay prescribed fees upon successful interview with the Director of Social Welfare.