Just few days after reports that South African Pastor Lesego Daniel of
Rabboni Centre Ministries made his congregation eat grass to ‘be closer
to God’ went viral, it has now been revealed that dozens of church
members are now ill as an aftermath.
Photos that follow show dozens of people getting sick in the toilets –
an image of the bathrooms show women clutching their stomach, while the
men are vomiting in the sink. A news paper reports that during a service of at least 1,000 people in a marquee Daniel screamed ‘sleep’ and six people went to sleep. He ordered other congregants to slap and trample on them, tut the
sleepers remain rigid and unresponsive until he ordered them to wake
‘You can leave them like this for six months. I love this, I don’t
want to be bored. You can even make police go to sleep when they come to
arrest you,’ he said. Although Daniel hs not responded to the backlash that followed the
report of his members eating grass and falling sick as a result,
yesterday he posted on Facebook: ‘God is at work and His people are testifying right now at the farm. TO GOD BE THE GLORY.’See photos below
culled from Maestromedia
The fine boy controversial General overseer of the Household of God
church, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos, who seem to have become a perennial
Presidential aspirant we hear is set to contest again come 2015.
The very wealthy man of God, who is also a well acknowledged
philanthropist, by virtue of his annual intervention known to all as
Karis Awards, which seeks to recognize and financially reward Nigerian
citizens, who had served their country selflessly, is said to have made
known his plans very recently.
The 55 year old very flamboyant pastor, televangelist & author, a
noted orator at that (born June 16, 1958), who in the last quarter of
2013 celebrated his 27 years as a pastor and 30 years as a born again
christian by buying 2 very impressive & expensive luxury cars said
to be valued at not less than N110 million (Rolls Royce 2014...
Nine year old Anjola Victoria Batoku recently made news when she sat
for, and passed the November/December 2013 West African Examination
Council (WAEC) papers where she attempted English and French Language, a
feat which is nothing but remarkable.
In this interview with the Sun Newspapers,
Batoku shared her success story.
I am aware you wrote last GCE exams. What was your experience during the period?
I studied a lot during the period of the exam. I even had to study books
that were for SS3 students. I also studied the oldest past questions of
the GCE examination that I could lay my hands on because the older the
questions, the harder they are.
How did you register for GCE considering your tender age?
I burst into tears when the computer...
"I was scared for so long, scared of a simple smile,scared of sayin I LOVE you and mean it, scared to over succeed, scared to not Help,was so scared to
Acknowledge I was unhappy cos am scared of been too happy...but to cut
it short,I was scared to LIVE...
But I have realized thiz iz ma Life and nothing sweeter than conquering your fears n Being Strong..Nothin sweeter than being a fearless you.
Life is gonna go on/Pass u by/leave u with the 'I
wish I" phrase n It's never gonna b FAIR but never be afraid to lose
anything. I say wat ever I lose has no VALUE. Never tie your happiness to
any1 or anytin..
B d person to make U happy n U'll never b scared of losing Happiness cos u
wldnt lose you"