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Dealing with your child’s bad attitude towards your wife

Dealing with your child’s bad attitude towards your wife

  By: Pastor Taiwo Iredele Odubiyi www.pastortaiwoodubiyi.org   Bola decided to talk. “It’s just that I’m wondering why you didn’t love Mommy.” Femi was surprised. “Mommy? Do you mean your mother?” “Yes.” “I loved her. Why should you think I didn’t love her?” As he talked, he silently asked God for wisdom to handle her. “No, you did not.” Bola ...

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South African court rules against single-religion schools

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By Robert Njeru The Johannesburg High Court has passed a ruling outlawing single-religion schools in South Africa. This means that it is now illegal for public schools to promote any one religion at the exclusion of others. This ruling has drawn mixed reactions from various circles. According to the High Court, promotion of any particular religion at schools is bound ...

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Ransomware attack causes turmoil across the Globes

Ransomware attack causes turmoil across the Globe

By Robert Njeru There has been a major ransomware cyber-attack that has been targeting various companies across the globe. British advertising agency WPP has reported that its IT systems have been disrupted by the ransomware. The Windows-based sensors of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant have shut down, forcing the plant to monitor radiation levels manually. Ukrainian firms like Kiev’s main ...

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Britain releases confessions of its youngest double murderers

Britain releases confessions of its youngest double murderers

By Robert Njeru Judges in Britain recently allowed two teenage murderers to be identified and their shocking confessions to be released to the public. They are believed to be the nation’s two youngest double murderers. According to The Sun, Lucas Markham, 15, and his 15-year-old girlfriend Kim Edwards, murdered Kim’s mother and sister, Elizabeth and Katie Edwards, while they were ...

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Ousted South Korean President Supposedly Signed off on a Deal to get rid of Kim Jong Un

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By Robert Njeru South Korea’s former president Park Geun-hye supposedly signed off a plan to get rid of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un using all available options, including assassination and exile. According to a recent report by the Asahi Shimbun, a famous Japanese newspaper, an inside source revealed that Park Geun-hye approved a plan for “leadership change” in North Korea. ...

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EU hits Google with record-breaking $2.7 billion fine

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By Robert Njeru Google will have to pay an antitrust fine of a record $2.7 billion (€2.4 billion) after the European Union regulators found it guilty of unfairly steering consumers to its own shopping platform and hence denying customers “a genuine choice.” The U.S. tech giant risks further penalties from the European Commission if it doesn’t change its behavior within ...

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Al Jazeera faces the most serious threat to its existence

Al Jazeera faces the most serious threat to its existence

By Robert Njeru Neighboring Gulf countries have made an ultimatum that seeks to shut down Qatar-based Al Jazeera, which has been around for the last 20 years. According to Giles Trendle who is the managing director of Al Jazeera English, this represents the biggest challenge that the media house it has ever faced. Over the years, Al Jazeera’s journalists have ...

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Three journalists quit CNN after retracted article

Three journalists quit CNN after retracted article

By Robert Njeru CNN recently retracted the publication of a Russia-related article and as a result, three of their journalists have quit. The journalists are Eric Lichtblau, an editor; Thomas Frank, who wrote the retracted story and Lex  Haris, the executive editor in charge of the channel’s investigative unit. The article had been posted on CNN.com before it was retracted ...

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Restaurants say Vancouver should not ban foam containers, coffee cups

Restaurants say Vancouver should not ban foam containers, coffee cups

By Robert Njeru Vancouver is likely to ban take-out container waste, plastic bags and disposable cups. As expected, people in the restaurant industry have come out to oppose the move claiming that it is unrealistic. The city is aiming to have a Zero-Waste program by 2040 and City staff members are searching for ways to reduce single-use waste. Staff members ...

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Trudeau says that Record-breaking Canadian sniper should be celebrated

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently said that Canadians ought to “celebrate” a Canadian sniper who delivered a record-breaking kill shot in Iraq. He was additionally quick to defend Canada’s position in Iraq, describing their mission as a non-combat one. According to Trudeau, Canadian forces are doing their duty as a part of the coalition against Daesh. What happened is consistent ...

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Asylum Seekers who Fled Trump get Stuck in Limbo in Canada

Asylum Seekers who Fled Trump get Stuck in Limbo in Canada

  Thousands of people who fled to Canada to avoid President Donald Trump’s onslaught on illegal migrants are now trapped in limbo. These refugees were afraid of being deported and detained by immigration officers at upcoming check-ins. This is despite some of them working and living in the U.S. legally. According to Reuters, majority of the refugees are having a ...

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Crow attacks force Canada Post to suspend mail delivery

Crow attacks force Canada Post to suspend mail delivery

Canada Post has suspended delivery of mail to three addresses in East Vancouver after a well-known neighborhood crow attacked one of their mail carriers. They will only resume when it’s safe. The famous crow, known as “Canuck the crow” repeatedly attacked the mail carrier and on one occasion, even left him bleeding. As a result, this neighborhood has not received mail for ...

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Four Nigerians in custody for defrauding UK authorities €2,500,000

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Four are currently being held by authorities in the UK for impersonation. They were alleged to have made use of details of Judges, police officers and MPs to perpetrate fraud for over 3 and half years. Adedamola Oyebode, 30, and her brother-in-laws – Oluwatobi Emmanuel Odeyemi, 34, and Oluwagbenga Stephen Odeyemi, 39, – are currently being held for making claims ...

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Akinwunmi Adesina wins Nobel prize for Agriculture

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Announcing the new laureate, Kenneth Quinn, the president, The World Food Prize, The Hall of Laureates, described Adesina as “someone who grew out of poverty, but whose life mission is to lift up millions of people out of poverty”. The prestigious $250,000 prize is given annually to a person who has worked to advance human development by “improving the quality, ...

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SCAM ALERT: HUMAN TRAFFICKING IS TAKING A NEW DIMENSION

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The destination is Asia and it’s a promise of a job and a life that is most desirable and worthwhile. Africans are not tempted twice before they make a decision to leave their countries. They just don’t think before saying “I do” to these merchants of death. The socio-economic conditions in Africa has made many susceptible to this evil network ...

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Pakistan tanker fire: 130 feared dead

The death toll is expected to rise after at least 123 were initially reported be burnt alive and dozens of others injured after an oil tanker caught fire and exploded near Bahawalpur in Pakistan's Punjab province. Victims were said to be scooping fuel when oil tanker, which had overturned after skidding off a national highway in Ahmed Pur Sharqia exploded and burst into flames. The injured were moved to Bahawalpur Victoria Hospital and other health facilities in an incident where many vehicles and motorcycles were burnt.

The death toll is expected to rise after at least 123 were initially reported be burnt alive and dozens of others injured after an oil tanker caught fire and exploded near Bahawalpur in Pakistan’s Punjab province. Victims were said to be scooping fuel when oil tanker, which had overturned after skidding off a national highway in Ahmed Pur Sharqia exploded ...

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House on the Rock Abuja guts fire

Fire guts House on the Rock in Abuja

The incidence is said to have occurred at about 1:30pm after Sunday worship service. The Abuja main auditorium of the church is reported to be under renovation and not used. The church is founded by Paul Adefarasin. The cause of the fire outbreak is still unknown and no official statement has been released.

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Apple’s IOS 11 Updates Siri to A More Natural Human

Apple's IOS 11 Updates Siri to A More Natural Human

By S.Ratko The next Siri won’t put the emphasis on the wrong syllable. That’s more or less the promise Apple made during recent World Wide Developers Conference Keynote. Demonstrating onstage, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, asked Siri about the weather. “Here’s the forecast for the next three days: Sunny, sunny, and sunny,” replied Siri.   Each ...

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