Pastor T.B Joshua of Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), has spoken in memory of those who lost their lives when a building in his Church’s premises collapsed.
In the collapse that took place on September 12, 2014, 115 people lost their lives. 84 of those who died in the collapse are South Africans.
In a broadcast on his Emmanuel TV, T.B Joshua said:
“A Christian does not consider death to be his end but the end of his trouble”.
He further stated that the persons or their age is not the issue and that “What matters is the grace to continue living hereafter,” he said.
“How are you spending your life. Because the greatest way to use life is to spend it on something that will outlive it – for instance, to love someone more dearly every day.”
He also urged his followers to ensure they render help to people.
“When you look around, you would assuredly find those in need of your love, help, strength and time.
“Live each day as if it were your last. Someday, you will be right”, the cleric added.
The Enugu State Police Command has stated that no life was lost in the collapse of a three storey building which was underconstruction in the state.
This was made known via a statement issued by the Command’s Public Relations Officer, SP Ebere Amaraizu.
According to him, the incident took place on Wednesday around Monarch Avenue axis of Independence Layout in Enugu metropolis.
He said “From preliminary investigations, it is clear that no life was lost in the incident and no other property was lost rather than the collapsed building under construction.
“The members of the public should discountenance any other information to the contrary on the incident being circulated in the social media.”
Further speaking, Amaraizu stated...
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The Yoruba actress, who is a single mother of two teenage kids, is
crying out to her fans to beg the government to pity her or she might
resolve to early retirement.
Iyabo posted the Tax papers sent to her office on Instagram and captioned it:
” Well! it’s so sad that I may have to finally close down my business soon …..
because I don’t even know how or where to start this negotiation with
Lagos State from, I’m still struggling with making profit, after paying
rent, salaries, maintenance, electricity, local & state govt taxes