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SELF DESTRUCT: OVER 25 LIES FUNKE ASHEKUN TOLD IN COURT AGAINST MFM AND DR DK OLUKOYA EXPOSED

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SELF DESTRUCT OVER 25 LIES FUNKE ASHEKUN TOLD IN COURT
There is a saying that a dog that wants to get lost will never hear the masters whistle , this is exactly what happened to FUNKE ASHEKUN , because I wrote several articles about her pursuit that were based on phony tales, asking her to desist from her SELF DESTRUCTIVE path.

Just to refresh your mind this is one of the persons that granted an interview in Maureen Badejo’s YouTube adventure that ended up in the gallows a few years ago, before she started her own Facebook and YouTube journey with charade of lies.

From our investigations we gathered that during yesterdays proceedings, the 25th of January , the Rage, the total hatred , the anger exhumed , Her contradiction of self, Her lack of empathy, Her lack of gratitude and complete disregard for Yesterdays Opportunity was a Bit Scary and unreal, and this show of shame can either be due to chronic satanic possession or acidic insanity, find below over 25 LIES FUNKE ASHEKUN TOLD IN COURT.

  1. She denied that all her three year broadcast is not about Mountain of fire and Miracles Ministries MFM

2.She denied ever contacting the bloggers named Gist lover to investigate Dr. Olukoya. Claiming that her phone was hacked to contact the Gist lover

  1. She lied that her broadcast is a satire
  2. She claimed she has attended 10 churches in Nigeria
  3. She claimed she does not have any close interactions with Dr Olukoya and wife
  4. She denied all the gifts she got from Dr Olukoya and his wife
  5. She denied benefiting from MFM at all in spite of her accepting previously that she owes mfm money but will not pay because a prophet told her the refund will be used against her spiritually
  6. She has no single evidence to back up what she has been broadcasting and could not produce any evidence or witnesses
  7. She is filing for asylum in the USA after her whole family consisting of her husband, 4 children and her mother went on visiting visa that will expire soon.
  8. Her only evidence she brought to court was the recent TB Joshua’s documentary which was thrown out by the court
  9. She lied that the Pharoah she is referring to in her broadcast is all the GOs in Nigeria and not any particular pastor
  10. She lied that she did not talk about mfm to Maureen Badejo. She got silenced in court when MFM lawyer played the video
  11. ⁠She lied that her new book is not about mountain of fire yet she mentioned Makoko. A place where Dr Olukoya was a pastor.
  12. She lied that she talks about multiple pharaohs in her shows
  13. She lied that there are no references to Dr Olukoya in any of her shows.
  14. She lied that Dr Olukoya has jailed her family members in Nigeria

17.She lied that there are no incidents related to any of her postings based on anything that happened in mountain of fire.

  1. She lied that the corridor prayer reports and references she was making were imaginative
  2. She lied that she has never attended corridor prayers. Meanwhile she was in for corridor prayer when she had acute fibroid.
  3. She lied that her story about virginity test is imaginative.
  4. She lied that her life was in danger and that Dr Olukoya was after her life.

22.She lied that she didn’t sign the discovery papers even when her name, signature and date are on the document shown to her

  1. She lied that she couldn’t afford a lawyer because she was in debt, but in her opening statement, she said she fired her lawyer because of a red flag, meaning she couldn’t handle the truth that her own lawyer initiated .

23.She lied that the Nigerian justice system is corrupt and don’t give justice to victims of fake pastors and in the same breath she mentioned a pastor in Nigeria that set his member on fire who was given a life sentence and in Jail now.

  1. She painted all churches and all pastors in Africa as criminals, predators and evil doers, who assault member and steal their monies
  2. She added that carrying false information without evidence, mud slinging and tarnishing of images of MFM is her life mission, her destiny and the court should not stop it

27.She lied that MFM is trying to tarnish her image, reputation and liberation struggle, while she was the one doing her best to slander the church even at one point, saying its her mission to close down all MFM churches worldwide.

It is a shame that someone calling herself a believer and claiming that God asked her to expose Mountain of fire and miracles ministries MFM, will walk so deep in the path of the devil by telling bare and so many outrageous lies in court

FEMI OYEWALE let the truth prevail

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Ecobank Partners Nigeria Chess Federation: To Host 2024 National Schools’ Team Chess Competition

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Lagos, April 15, 2024 – Ecobank Nigeria Limited, a subsidiary of the Ecobank Group, has entered a strategic partnership with Nigeria Chess Federation (NCF) to host the 2024 National Schools’ Team Chess Competition. The competition is scheduled to hold between 24th – 28th May 2024 at the Ecobank Pan African Centre (EPAC) in Victoria Lagos. It is open to students from primary, Secondary and Tertiary education level with prizes of over N10 million to be won. Representatives of the Ministry of Education, Sports and Youth Development, parents, teachers, embassies and several others are expected at the event. Registration and participation are free, and School’s team can register by sending an email to: nationalschoolsteamchess@gmail.com Managing Director/Regional Executive, Ecobank Nigeria, Bolaji Lawal, said the decision of the bank to sponsor the Chess competition was to further showcase Ecobank’s commitment to supporting intellectual and sports development in Nigeria, being part of Ecobank’s strategic human capital development drive.“Children and youth empowerment is part of our shared objective as the pan-African Bank. It aligns with our overall long-term vision of building a world class Pan African bank that contributes to the economic and financial integration of the continent. We are also using the opportunity of this competition to introduce and empower them with convenient, affordable, and accessible digital financial services they can access anytime and anywhere they are. Arrangements are in place to make the competition exciting and fulfilling for both the children and undergraduate students”. He stated.Vice President, Nigeria Chess Federation, Prince Adeyinka Adewole said Chess, the game of Kings and Queens, has proven to be more than just a pastime, stating that it is an educational tool that enhances critical thinking, concentration, and problem-solving skills. While commending Ecobank for being a good ‘corporate citizen’ for sponsoring the competition, he noted that the competition will promote and showcase the skill and talent of chess players from Nigerian schools, while promoting teamwork, fostering a spirit of sportsmanship among participants, and providing networking opportunities to players.He enjoined all the institutions to take advantage of this opportunity to participate in the prestigious event, adding that participation will undoubtedly contribute to the championship’s success and provide an enriching experience for the participating students.Ecobank has embarked on several initiatives to develop youths in the country. The bank through a collaboration with the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), is currently providing training and support services on Agribusiness which includes aquaculture, horticulture, poultry, and value addition to 16,000 youths in Nigeria. Also, Ecobank recently partnered with Learntor to provide capacity building for youths through Agile, Scrum, Data Analytics, Business Analysis, Cyber Security, and Scrum Master Certifications. The bank has also refurbished and donated learning equipment, provided digital training for students and promoted financial literacy in several schools across the country.

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LAWMA Welcomes April Interns  

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LAWMA Academy, the educational arm of the Lagos Waste Management Authority, has welcomed a fresh set of candidates, for its one-month internship for the month of April.The interns were all recent graduates of various universities in the country, across different academic disciplines.Addressing the interns, the Managing Director/CEO of LAWMA, Dr. Muyiwa Gbadegesin, congratulated them for making the internship programme, as it would assist them, to learn as much as possible about waste management and inherent benefits.He noted that waste was really not waste but resource, urging them to embrace the business opportunities offered by the circular economy value chain, where so-called waste becomes wealth and blessing, to individuals, society and the environment.According to him, “This internship will go a long way in exposing you to the positive and rewarding side of waste management. I am sure you are aware that nothing is a waste until you waste them. What used to be waste is now a resource that can be harvested to make money and improve lives. Indeed, it’s a long value-chain you can tap into, depending on your area of interest. It is a promising and highly rewarding venture.”Speaking further, the LAWMA boss urged them to pay good attention to the practical aspects of their training and arm themselves with determination, to become change agents and champions of environmental sustainability.Speaking in the same vein, the Executive Director of LAWMA, Mr. Kunle Adebiyi, urged the interns to maximize the knowledge gained, to leverage their areas of interest along the value-chain, for personal enterprise and good reward.He said, “This is a good opportunity for you to acquire knowledge and make money from modern waste management initiatives. What is important for you here, is to pay attention to the various things you will be taught, so that you can decide where to key in, for future enterprise and handsome financial rewards”.Similarly, LAWMA Academy had last month ran a one-month internship programme for some graduate and post-graduate candidates, representing the first batch of interns for this year. The candidates who enjoyed in-depth training in modern waste management from various departments of the agency, received completion certificates, after presenting their group final project, an illustrative diagram on circular economy, relating to manufacturing industries, to the LAWMA boss.LAWMA Academy, has since the beginning of this year, taken environmental advocacy to more than 5,000 pupils of public schools across the state, in Eti-Osa, Ikeja, Mushin, Ijora –Olopa, Agege, Victoria Island, and other areas.The pupils were enlightened on LAWMA’s diverse operations, effects of indiscriminate waste dumping, making money from recyclables, usage of trash bags and cans, shunning cart pushers and the need to patronise assigned PSP operators.The founding objective was to expand the frontiers of knowledge on waste management, by teaching it as much as possible, to the younger generation for new cultural orientation and perception of waste management, for environmental sustainability. It is the basis for stretching the dragnets to bring in as many young people as possible into the fold, to form the vanguard of environment ambassadors, for a new culture and orientation, for a people-friendly environment.LAWMA Academy Internship, is a monthly programme of environmental and waste management education, for willing candidates.

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Cryptotimes Africa and 4 Other Crypto-Focused Publications shaping the narrative of cryptocurrency in Africa

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It’s no doubt that Africa has emerged as a hotbed for cryptocurrencyadoption and innovation. With a growing interest in digital assets andblockchain technology, several publications have sprung up to cater tothe information needs of crypto enthusiasts across the continent.Among these, Cryptotimes Africa stands out as a leading source of newsand insights on the African crypto scene. Let’s take a closer look atCryptotimes Africa and five other noteworthy publications that areshaping the narrative of cryptocurrency in Africa.1. Cryptotimes AfricaAs the name suggests, Cryptotimes Africa is dedicated to covering allthings crypto-related on the African continent. From news updates andmarket analysis to interviews with industry experts, this publicationoffers a comprehensive view of the rapidly evolving crypto landscapein Africa. With a focus on promoting blockchain adoption and financialinclusion, Cryptotimes Africa serves as a valuable resource for bothnewcomers and seasoned veterans in the crypto space.2. Bitcoinke.ioBitcoin Africa is another prominent publication that provides in-depthcoverage of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in Africa. With a teamof experienced writers and analysts, Bitcoin Africa deliversinsightful articles, guides, and reviews to help readers navigate thecomplexities of the crypto market. Whether you’re interested intrading strategies, regulatory developments, or technologicalinnovations, Bitcoin Africa has you covered.3. TechnextTechnext is a broad tech publication with a strong focus on Africanstartups, innovation, and trends, coverage includes articles onblockchain technology, cryptocurrencies beyond Bitcoin, and theirapplications in Africa.4. Tech CabalTech Cabal focuses on providing in-depth analysis and reporting on theAfrican tech ecosystem, including funding rounds, investment trends,and interviews with key players. While its primary coverage is notsolely focused on cryptocurrencies, Tech Cabal features insightfularticles on blockchain technology, cryptocurrency adoption in Africa,and the regulatory landscape. Targeting investors, entrepreneurs, andprofessionals working in the African tech sector, Tech Cabalcontributes valuable insights to the broader conversation on cryptoinnovation in Africa.5. NairametricsNairametrics is a financial and business news platform with a focus onthe Nigerian economy and markets. While covering a wide range offinancial topics, Nairametrics includes articles on cryptocurrenciesas an investment asset class, analysis of their impact on the Nigerianfinancial sector, and regulatory updates. Targeting investors,business people, and those interested in the financial sector inNigeria, Nairametrics provides valuable insights into the evolvinglandscape of cryptocurrencies in Africa’s largest economy.In conclusion, Cryptotimes Africa and the aforementioned publicationsare playing a crucial role in shaping the narrative of cryptocurrencyin Africa. By providing reliable news, analysis, and educationalresources, these platforms are empowering individuals and businessesto participate in the digital economy and seize the opportunitiesoffered by blockchain technology. As the crypto revolution continuesto unfold, these publications will undoubtedly remain essential guidesfor enthusiasts and professionals alike.

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