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Beware of sex dolls -Expert warns

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A Family Planning Consultant, Mr Appolonia Eke, has warned against the use of sex dolls as alternative family planning method, saying it is sodomy.

Eke, who is also the Financial Secretary, Public Health Sustainable Advocacy Initiative (PHSAI), made this known on Thursday in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.

According to Wikipaedia, Sodomy is generally anal or oral sex between people or sexual activity between a person and a non-human animal (bestiality), but it may also mean any non-procreative sexual activity.

“Originally, the term sodomy, which is derived from the story of Sodom and Gomorrah in the Book of Genesis,[4] was commonly restricted to anal sex. ”

She said that the use of sex dolls was unscriptural and should not be encouraged.

According to her, it is like having intercourse with an inanimate object which the scripture strongly objects to.

“ The use of sex dolls as a means of family planning is sodomy and should not be encouraged.

“It is like having an intercourse with a dead person or an inanimate object.

“The scripture is very clear about sex and it forbids having it with either the dead or animals.

“Aside that, there may be other consequences, including electrocution of the user, because sex doll is attached to electrical appliances for it to work.

“The user may be electrocuted because it is powered by electricity and such thing should not be associated with family planning methods,’’ she said.

Eke said that there should be adequate rest for the mother before the next conception, adding that frequent childbirth was dangerous to the health of the mother.

“The best method to control childbirth is through family planning which Lagos State Government had made more affordable now.

“The woman should be given adequate rest before the next conception because the womb needs rest.

“It is like an apple shaped structure which is being scrapped on the surface.

“The walls of the womb needs rest after childbirth, because it is enlarged after the childbirth and needed to contrast after childbirth; frequent enlargements will not help the womb to heal.

“If this is not adhered to, it can lead to death and high maternal mortality rate we are talking about,’’ she said (NAN)

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Apostle Suleman to Christians: Shun critics, appreciate pastors

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Pastors are sent to watch over the souls of their flocks and to teach them on how to follow Christ.
Many a times, people forget that pastors are humans just like the rest of their fellows. Although they are held in higher standard, like humans that they are, they feel discouraged at times when through pointless criticisms they are pushed to think they are not doing enough even when they are doing more than they should.
Servant of God and senior pastor at Omega Fire Ministries (OFM), Apostle (Prof.) Johnson Suleman, lectured in one of his recent services how men of God expend their time and energy and nearly become worn out working for God yet no one seems to see them working and no one appreciates all they do. The servant of God therefore requests of Christians to let men of God know how much they care for and appreciate them.
Apostle Suleman teaches that “the greatest gift one can give to his/her pastor is to lift him/her up by publicly appreciating his/ her work and in prayer.
“Most of you are in the social media,” he begun; “when you get home after the service, post a message on the social media; Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp, Twitter, to appreciate men of God all over the world for the wonderful work they are doing for God. Encourage pastors all over the world. Don’t put any pastor’s name; just post the message to appreciate all of them.  In the message, tell them, ‘no matter the criticisms, there are people that love you. We are part of those people that love you’. Tell them that ‘we love you; nothing, nobody can change our minds’. Nigerian pastors, African pastors, pastors all over the world, tell them ‘we love you’. Tell them ‘we don’t care what enemies are doing, we love you, we appreciate you’.
Post the message, send the message. Flood the internet with the message. Post and tell your friends to repost; use these last days of September to appreciate pastors all over the world. Tell them ‘be encouraged, don’t be discouraged, keep moving on’.”
According to the ‘Oracle of God’, God has blessed the world with pastors after His own heart; therefore they should be prayed for to serve with joy and not burden.
“Pastors have difficult jobs. They must serve the church family and their own family. It really takes a special breed to balance the two. Yet they are attacked without reason. It is a must to appreciate your pastor; give him joy and you will receive joy,” concludes the servant of God.
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Finecoat Paints Boss, Remi Awode celebrates 55th birthday in style, empowers Church members

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Chemstar Manufacturing company boss, Apostle Aderemi Emmanuel Awode, owner of Finecoat and Shield Paints, had his 55th birthday soiree last weekend, it was indeed an impressive gathering as friends, family and associate from all walks of life teemed to celebrate a manufacturing giant, a business tycoon, philanthropist par excellence and an icon of hope to many homes.

The most cherished asset of Remi Awode is not his head full of knowledge but his heart full of love, ears open to listen, and hands willing to help, reason many of his staff, friends and associates eulogized his good virtues at the birthday shindig. Many of those that graced the event took the pleasant achiever on memory lane on how he touched their lives in several ways; he’s no doubt, a good man who brings out the good in other people.

For those that feel that being kind hearted to people got them nothing but rejection and hurt, the story of Aderemi Awode is something the young ones should emulate, despite being hurt a few times, he has never allowed such instances to redefine who he truly is. He’s a lover of people whose generosity amazingly knows no colour, creed or religion. Unarguably, this act is one of the factors that led to the success story of Finecoat Paint today.

He’s a strong believer of an aphorism that, “if you are a thoughtful person who does nice things, don’t stop just because the people failed to see the goodness inside you, it’s their ejection or lack of response that is the problem, not yours. Don’t change yourself, they need to change, they need to work on themselves, keep being the wonderful you”.

The strong unapologetic honest and God fearing Awode is one of most kind-hearted people in the world, reason he doled out several millions to empower some members of Cherubim and Seraphim Movement, Divine Blessing Cathedral located at Alagbado area of Lagos where he’s a founding member. Apostle Awode does not only see it as his duty to give out of his abundance, he shares even his tank indicates reserve.

At 55, according to him, is to live his life full of praises of God who has immensely blessed and favoured him. The event was graced by Mr. Toyin Haastrup, Engr. Tunde Akintona, Mr & Mrs. Sam Ajagu, Members of the Galilee Land Development Committee of the C$S Movement Church led by Dr. Bisi Adedire, Mrs. Odeyinka, Founder Fluorescent Group of Schools, Alh. Soladoye, PRO, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Mr. & Mrs. Yemi Sonde, Sp. Apostle John Oyeku, HRH, Oba Oluwalambe Taiwo J.P., The Olojokoro of Ojokoro Land, Pastor Dayo Paseda, Deputy Managing Director, Chemstar Paints Industry (Nig.) Ltd. and many of the alumni of the University of Ibadan who have been friends since then till date.

 

       

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