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Developing Story, Ambassador NKE NKE ENYI IZUOGU IS HALE AND HEARTY, Who Is Wishing Him Dead?




God is indeed not a man! Had it been that our lives depend on whims and caprices of fellow men, it would have been disastrous and impossible for one to exist on planet earth without being taunted and deprived to live.

It would have been something so different and unimaginable that once someone hates or disagrees with you, the next thing would have been to seize your breath for you to die. Alas! Our lives solely belong to omnipotent God and not any man. The fake news of his purported demise from destructive enemies is not a welcome development as Nke Nke Enyi Izuogu is hale and hearty, recuperating and no longer in the hospital.

It is grossly disheartening that people can go that far and even beyond human imagination to declare someone dead, when such a person is not only alive but Hale and Hearty.It is sheer wickedness and inhumanity to celebrate the death of others and not to talk of declaring someone alive dead. It is a taboo and abominable act. It is on that strong note of admonition as stated above that I call on the general public to discountenance the wicked rumour being circulated by enemies of progress, never do wells, merchants of destruction and desecration that one of our illustrious sons is dead while it is not true. It is not true that Nke Nke Enyi Izuogu is dead!

It is ravenous and venomous thoughts and wishes of evil minds and devourers which translated to that wild rumour. They want him dead because of envy and jealousy but they are not God who blessed him to be what he is. Let it be made categorically and unequivocally clear without any fear of contradiction that our God’s benevolent gift to Ndi Okigwe, our own Dr Sir Ikenna Aniche (Nke Nke Enyi Izuogu 1–12) is alive and doing great. No weapon sharpened against him shall prosper and no evil wishes against him shall see the light of the day.

The Wreckage of Siena SUV belonging to Ambassador Ikenna Nke Nke Enyi Izuogu.

One can imagine how evil the heart of man is, citing typical example with an inhuman publication made on facebook by someone who celebrated and thought that Nke Nke Enyi was dead when news filtered into the town couple of months ago that he had an accident. The wicked element published thus”God is not man, he watches the activities of every man. Some men have received what they sowed on earth here while some are yet to receive ” You can imagine the filthiness of such a depraved mind. But God is not man.

His humanitarian services will be extended to taking the burials Expenses of all the evil ? people childishly peddling these rumours. No sane person can wish even his enemy dead.

We thank God for his life of benevolence and service to God Almighty and humanity. His good works speak loudly for him and our fervent prayer is that he will live long to fulfill his manifest destiny and reap the fruit of his labour.

While we celebrate God for exposing their wickedness and negative thoughts against an innocent man, be assured that our man Nke Nke Enyi is still with us and doing very great in the land of the living edifying God with good deeds.

Just recently, precisely last week, our own Nwachi Henry Warren G (a close friend of Nke Nke Enyi Izuogu) visited several less privileged men and women at the instance of this great Okigwe son and I ask these merchants of falsehood : Can a dead man do empowerment? And the answer is Capital No! Our man Nke Nke Enyi is doing fine and good!.

God bless us all.

Nelly Agwu is an educationist, a Blogger, graduate of History. Very dynamic and a realist. A mouthpiece of the oppressed. Easy going and a Philanthropist.

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Odd News, Man Sues Neighbour He Hired To Impregnate Wife, After 75 Times Attempts Failure



In Dar-es-Salaam, a Tanzanian Court must decide on a honorable intention, in a case where a man hired his neighbor, to get his wife pregnant.

It seems that Darius Makambako 30, with his wife Precious 28, really wanted to have a child, but a renowned doctor had told the couple that the husband was sterile. The couple was tired of being in a 6 year childless marriage.

So Makambako, a member of the Tanzanian Police Force (Traffic Department), after calming his wife’s protests, hired his neighbour Evans Mastano 32, a fellow police officer in the country’s commercial city, to impregnate his wife.

Since Evans was already married and the father of two beautiful daughters, plus looked very much like Darius to the boot, the plan seemed good.

Makambako paid Mastano 2,000,000 Tanzanian Shillings (equivalent to K10,000) for the job and for three evenings a week, for 10 consecutive months in 2016.

Evans tried desperately, a total 75 different times, to impregnate his friend’s wife Precious, but failed.

Reports say Precious, a nurse at a private clinic, had decided to get a three months’ vacation leave (March to June 2016), to dedicate her time to sleeping with her husband’s best friend and neighbour, in order to have her first child, but the man failed to impregnate her, despite the husband leaving them in bed the whole day, at most times.

When Precious failed to get pregnant for 10 months however, Makambako could not understand and insisted that Evans have a medical examination, which he did in January 2017.

The doctor’s pronouncement that Evans Mastano was also sterile, shocked everyone, except his wife, who was forced to confess that Evans was not the real father of her two children, but his cousin Edward!

“I was forced to secretly sleep with his first cousin for these two children, after realising that my husband could not impregnate me for two years.” Angela told the Dar-es-Salaam Today News.

Now Makamboko is suing Evans for breach of contract, in an effort to get his money back, but Evans refuses to give it back, because he says he did not guarantee conception, but only that he would give it an honest effort.

Source: Dar-es-Salaam Today.

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Former Governor’s Wife, To Be Buried December 17th 2021



The final funerals rites, of the late wife of former Governor of Enugu State Chief Sullivan Chime,  Mrs Ifeyinwa Chime has been fixed for December 17, 2021.

A burial programme announced by the family indicated that the burial will be preceded by a service of songs on December 16th 2021.

On December 17, her body would leave Eastern Nigeria Medical Centre Mortuary, Uwani Enugu, for a brief stopover at G.M Ochu family compound in Udi.

Other burial rites would follow at Sullivan Chime’s compound in Udi. Mrs Ifeyinwa Chime passed on after a brief illness on July 18, 2021.

Late Mrs Ifeyinwa Chime Burial Programme. 

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Minister Of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management And Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq Allegedly In America For Childbirth



The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq has travelled to the United States of America for childbirth.

Farouq, who was appointed by President Muhammadu Buhari in July 2019, is by age, the youngest minister in the Federal Cabinet of the president.

Her history with the President dates back to the defunct Congress for Progressive Change when Farouq was the national treasurer of CPC.

She was one-time national treasurer of the ruling party, the All Progressives Congress, APC from June 2013 to June 2014.

She was also instrumental in the party’s victory in 2015 as she served as a member of the All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council. She was the chairperson of the election planning and monitoring, field operations, and fundraising committee.

In September last year, she got married to the former Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar.

The wedding Fatiha took place at the Maitama Juma’a Mosque in Abuja.

It was reportedly a quiet wedding ceremony as the couple did not want it to be publicized.

The Minister is expected back in the country after the delivery of her baby and the expiration of her maternity leave, The Street Journal gathered.t

Source: The Street Journal

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