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Reverend Mother Esther Ajayi Stretches Hand of Favour, Pays 10,000 Pounds for Treatment of Cancer Patient, Other



By Eric Elezuo

The world acclaimed woman of faith and giver extra-ordinaire, Reverend Mother Esther Abimbola Ajayi of the Esther Ajayi Foundation and Love of Christ Generation (Cherubim and Seraphim) Church, London, has stretched forth her hands of gratitude one more time to the needy in the Nigerian society.

This time, the woman of prayer, whose name has become synonymous with giving, charity and passion, reached out to two individuals who were faced with life threatening and terminal ailments.

The first to feel the giving mother’s kindness is a Cancer of the Breast patient, Mrs. Bukola Oshadare, who was supported with 10, 000 Pounds in medical bills to set her free from the shackles of the deadly disease.

Mrs Oshudare with Mr. Paseda

Mrs. Oshadare, a make-up-artist, was flown to London, in an all expense trip to undrgo the treatment at the prestigious Kings College Hospital, London.

A well recuperated Mrs Oshadare told The Boss through Reverend Esther Ajayi’s spokesman, Mr. Abiodun Paseda of the Focus on Disability Foundation, that he owes a lot to the Reverend Mother for allowing God to use her to bring her back to life.

“I give God all the glory for giving us a person like Reverend Mother Ajayi. For her sake, I have been giving another chance at life. My God bless tremendously, and keep her alive for as many that God would want to touch for healing and for provision,” she said.

Mr Adelaja with Mr. Paseda

Also full of gratitude for a touch in his health and life is Mr. Sesan Adelaja, who received a three million Naira worth of total hip replacement, and appeared cured.

Mr. Adelaja’s treatment took place at the Amazing Grace Hospital in Ogun State, Nigeria, and the happy recipient is full of praises for the woman of faith.

Reverend Mother Ajayi has been in the business of delivering the gospel of Jesus Christ through her inspirational sermons, prayers and practically making provisions available for as many as are in need.

Earlier in the year, she declared her intention to reach out to a million lives before the year 2018 winds down, and as things are today, that number has been surpassed and still counting. As far as she is concerned, giving is an attitude that must be imbibed by all and sundry for in as much as it is priceless, it does not cost a thing.

In the words of Mr. Paseda, “you aint seen nothing yet because Mummy has not even started. She has a catalogue of goodness to unleash.”

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Tinubu Announces Akume As SGF, Gbajabiamila As Chief of Staff




The President, Bola Tinubu, on Friday, appointed the outgoing Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, as his new Chief of Staff.

He also appointed a former Deputy Governor of Jigawa State, Sen. Ibrahim Hadejia, as Deputy Chief of Staff and Former Minister of Special Duties, George Akume, as Secretary to the Government of the Federation.

This was revealed in a statement signed on Friday by the State House Director of Information, Abiodun Oladunjoye, titled ‘President Tinubu appoints Gbajabiamila COS, Sen. Ibrahim Hadejia, DCOS, George Akume, SGF.’

“In a meeting with Progressives Governors Forum, the President also named former Governor of Benue State and immediate past Minister of Special Duties, George Akume, Secretary to the Government of the Federation,” the statement read.

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Police Dismiss Sergeant for N98,000 Extortion




The Lagos State Police Command on Wednesday announced the dismissal of Sgt. Ekpo Shimuyere, who was attached to the Sogunle Division, for extorting a young man of N98,000.

The News Agency of Nigeria reported that the state Police Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, told journalists that the command’s Provost Department had already disrobed the dismissed sergeant.

According to him, the dismissed sergeant collected the phone of his victim and used a Point of Sale operator to transfer N98,000 out of the N100,000 in the young man’s bank account.

Hundeyin said the policeman’s action was contrary to the ethics of the profession.

He said, “The police command got the complaint from the victim and the officer denied the crime when he was contacted. The command placed him under detention so that he will not tamper with the evidence.

“We wrote to his bank and obtained his statement of account. We were able to trace the money to where the POS operator transferred it before transferring the money to the officer’s account.

“We followed due process to get his account. The victim was invited in the course of the investigation and he testified.

“The POS operator was also invited, and he said the officer requested him to transfer the money from the victim’s account to another one.”

The PPRO said the Sergeant was consequently subjected to an orderly room trial in line with extant laws.

“The Commissioner of Police, Lagos Command, Mr Idowu Owohunwa, has reviewed the orderly room procedure of the officer with Force No. 461654, attached to the Sogunle Police Division and has approved the punishment of dismissal from the force,” he said.

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PDP Can Suspend, Expel Wike According to Law, Court Rules




The Abuja Division of the Federal High Court, on Wednesday, told the former governor of Rivers, Nyesom Wike, that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has the right to suspend or expel him if the action is done under the law.

Justice James Omotosho stated this in a judgment on a suit filed by Mr Wike before the 2023 general elections to seek a court order to stop PDP from taking action against him without a fair hearing.

Mr Omotosho said the court had considered the processes filed by parties and arguments of counsel.

He held that suspending or expelling the applicant without affording him the right to defend himself would breach his fundamental rights as enshrined in the party’s and Nigeria’s constitutions.

He said though the party had the right to suspend or expel its members, it must comply with its law.

The judge said that though section 46(1) of the law vested jurisdiction on the court if one’s rights had been breached, he said the court would not dabble into the internal affairs of any political party, except where the party had violated the right of a member without recourse to its laws.

“Where this right ought to be enforced, the court will do everything within its reach to ensure this.

“However, as fundamental and sacrosanct these rights are, they are not absolute,” he said.

The judge, therefore, agreed that any member of a political party who appeared before a disciplinary committee should be allowed to defend himself.

“And if not, any decision taken shall be null and void,” he said.

He said, “This court is convinced that the applicant is entitled to a fair hearing and that the respondent also has the right to discipline its members in accordance with the law.”

The judge further said Mr Wike had the right to associate and that the threat to dismiss him without inviting him to defend himself contravened Article 57 (1)(2) of the party.

He said the party’s national chairman, Iyorchia Ayu, and his agents were bound to promote constitutional democracy.

The ex-governor had sued the PDP, its National Working Committee (NWC) and National Executive Committee (NEC) as first to third respondents.

Mr Wike, in the suit, marked: FHC/ABJ/CS/139/2023, dated and filed February 2 by his lawyer, Joshua Musa, SAN, also joined Mr Ayu; national secretary of PDP, Samuel Anyanwu, and the Independent National Electoral Commission as fourth to sixth respondents respectively.

He had prayed for an order directing all parties to maintain the status quo and stay all actions relating to the threat to suspend or expel him by the first to fifth respondents, pending the hearing and determination of the originating motion.

He asked the court to enforce his fundamental right to freedom of association which was allegedly about to be breached by the respondents.

But the PDP, through its lawyer, Johnson Usman, SAN, disagreed with Mr Wike’s submission.

He argued that the case was only based on speculation as Mr Wike had failed to provide evidence to substantiate that the respondents intended to suspend or expel him from the party.

He said the party had not contemplated suspending or expelling members of the G5 governors or the Integrity Group, despite engaging in anti-party activities.

He said Mr Wike and four other governors engaged in anti-party activities by forming the Integrity Group and campaigning for another presidential candidate in the February 25 election.


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