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Apostle Suleman gifts mother of two N1.8m, opens her a shop

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True to the fate of Mrs. Ajarat Alabi, an abandoned housewife, luck actually happens when preparation meets opportunity.
The mother of two was not just at the right place on Sunday, 6th of May 2018, her resilient attitude and positive expectation earned her a rewarding prophecy, as she was picked out for blessing by the servant of God, Apostle (Prof.) Johnson Suleman.
Mrs. Alabi, clearly, was not an old member of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) worldwide, for while about rounding up on the pulpit, the ‘Oracle of God’, as Suleman is popularly known, paused the session and rushed to the congregation, asking “who is Ajarat Alabi”? An obviously heartbroken woman clasping a four-year old boy, walked out from among the crowd. “I’m the one”, she said.
Apostle Suleman’s revelations about her marital life indeed threw her off balance, when she was told pointedly that her husband had left home for Asaba to stay with another woman.
The unhappy woman confirmed the prophecy. Not done, the servant of God said that it was revealed to him that though Ajarat was married, her husband had never been with her in spirit. “You and your husband are just living together and having kids, you are not married in the true sense of it,” posits the man of God, to which Ajarat kept gesturing in agreement.
“Today, God will help you,” Apostle Suleman proclaimed to a thunderous applause from the congregation. “God will bless you because He knows that you have another kid and you have been carrying the responsibilities of both of you alone on these kids,” the firebrand preacher added.
The man of God later announced a gift of N500, 000 to support the woman. He then promised that the woman would be leaving the church as a millionaire though she came in penury. Donations were also added by the church members and the sum was raised to N1, 800, 000 (one million and eight hundred thousand naira).
Besides that, Apostle Suleman later instructed that the woman be rented a shop in a nice location for two years and that she would be more empowered to move from selling cups of rice and beans to supplying them in bags.
“God called me to change lives,” declared Apostle Suleman, stating his reason for helping without sentiment.
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JUST IN: FG suspends Nigeria Air indefinitely – Minister

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The Minister of State for Aviation, Hadi Sirika, on Wednesday, announced the suspension of the planned national carrier, Nigeria Air.

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I will contest Lagos governorship election – Jimi Agbaje

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The governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2015 gubernatorial election in Lagos State, Mr. Jimi Agbaje, on Wednesday, September 19, finally announced that he has an ambition to lead the state on the platform of the same party in 2019.

There had been speculations on whether Agbaje, who narrowly missed the chance to govern the state in 2015, would still seek election.

Agbaje reportedly told journalists in Lagos that he would seek election in the state in 2019.

“It is true that initially I did not want to re-contest, but I had so many people urging me to run,” he said.

Agbaje, the 2015 governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Lagos state, on Monday, September 3, urged the party to conduct free, fair and credible convention to avoid rancor ahead of the 2019 elections.

A statement by Fidelis Soriwei, a spokesperson of Seriake Dickson, quoted Agbaje as having stated this when he paid a condolence visit to the state governor, Seriake Dickson, in his Toru Orua country home.

The visit was to condole the governor over the death of his mother, Goldcoast Dickson, who died of lung cancer at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Centre, Houston, Texas, in the United States at the age of 72.

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Lagos APC members protest James Faleke’s re-election bid

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Some members of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, in Ikeja Federal Constituency, Lagos State, on Monday staged a peaceful protest against the re-election bid of Rep. James Faleke.

Faleke, member representing Ikeja Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives is positioning himself for re-election in 2019 elections. He had in 2016 gone to contest the deputy governorship seat in Kogi, his state of origin.

The protesters, who chanted different solidarity songs against Faleke, a two-term member of the House of Representatives, said that he had not represented the constituency well.

They carried placards with inscriptions such as “Faleke, go back to Kogi, Ikeja say no to you”, “90 Shops in Kogi, Go back to your Kogi”.

Others read: “16 years of representing Ikeja with no constituency benefit”, “Dear Tinubu, the People of Ikeja, Ojodu, and Onigbongbo say no to Faleke” among others.

One of the leaders of the protesters, Solomon Johnson, said that there were so many capable and vibrant youths, men and women that could represent the constituency.

Johnson, a leader in Ikeja APC said that the protest was to tell the leadership of the party that the residents would not support the re-election of Faleke to the House of Representatives.

“He has been in power in the last 18 years and we feel he has done enough,” Johnson said.

According to him, since the lawmaker has gone to contest Kogi Deputy Governorship Election in 2016, the legislative seat should be given to another individual in the person of Mrs Toke Benson.

He urged Faleke to concentrate on strengthening APC in Kogi rather than seek re-election by transferring his voter register back to Lagos.

“It will be a slap on the people of Ikeja Federal Constituency if Faleke is forced on residents, we have able youths that can represent the constituency and we have found Mrs Toke Benson.

“Since the party is interested in promoting women participation, Toke Benson is qualified, she is a lawyer and well known. Enough of impunity. Give us Toke Benson and we will deliver Ikeja for APC,” Johnson said.

Another leader of the protesters, Hope James said, “The entire people of Ikeja want a change. The attention of Faleke has been in Kogi. Our people have not been benefiting from that office.”

James, one of the APC stalwarts from Onigbongbo Local Council Development Area, alleged that the lawmaker had not been representing the constituency well.

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