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“Jesus Was Gay And Slept With His Disciples” – Kemi Olunloyo, Daughter Of Former Oyo Governor Finally Loses It?
Kemi Olunloyo, the 49-year-old daughter of former Oyo governor, Victor Omololu Olunloyo is known to make controversial statements but it seems she has somehow managed to outdo herself with her latest outburst implying the Jesus Christ was gay.
While reply a question from blogger Stella Domoko-Korkus, Olunloyo who posts from the Twitter handle @HipHossip says she loves the Jesus is “gay and b-gs his disciples.”
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What more can we say
A few days ago, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God and one of Nigeria’s most respected Christian leaders, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, noted in an interview with a global news network, Al-Jazeera, that he bought a private jet to aid him in his work as the head of the church.
“When you have to oversee churches in 160 countries, you can’t do that on a bicycle,” Adeboye was quoted as saying in the interview.
With that statement, the pastor confirmed that he is among prominent Christian leaders, including the vocal President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, and the head of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, Bishop David Oyedepo, who claimed to have acquired private jets for similar purposes.
But Adeboye’s defence ignited reactions from many Nigerians across the country. A few minutes after the interview was broadcast live on television, it went viral on social media. In no time, the acquisition of private aircrafts by the nation’s top clergy became the subject of yet another heated debate nationwide.
While some people rose in support of Adeboye, others challenged his admission on the grounds that there was no moral justification for acquiring a private jet in a country riddled with poverty, with many church members among the poor.
Yet there are people who do not only reason with Adeboye on the size of his congregation they also believe that circumstances in the Nigerian system makes owning a private jet by a man of his status a necessity. They cannot imagine a figure like him going to queue at the airport for a plane that may not come two hours after schedule.
Besides, they believe that rich members of the churches that usually provide money for the aircrafts. This is apart from the fact that some other pastors around the world, including American preachers, Kenneth Copeland and Benny Hinn, own jets Yet dissenting voices are also loud and clear.
The debate continued on Monday online. A reader named Toni Daramola wrote, “There must be a business plan worthy of emulation from the Catholic Pope.
If you argue that the air traffic in Nigeria is unpredictable, which is true, then our pastors should use their enormous influence to set things right. I hate to criticise Pastor Adeboye because I admire him a lot, but it is not justifiable to own and maintain jets when majority of the followers are very poor. I don‘t know how anybody can justify that. Pastor Kumuyi has a similar ministry with churches worldwide and he queues at the airports and flies commercial airlines. It is just not morally right. We have become a laughing stock among enlightened folks. God help us in Nigeria.”
But he was countered by one Bassey Kelvin, who was clearly opposed to the criticism of the Christian leaders. Wondering just when it became the duties of the pastors to assume the responsibilities of Presidents or other political leaders, Kelvin said, “You say what you absolutely know nothing about. Do you follow these pastors about to know if or not they talk to these leaders about their ways?”
Still, Pastor Adeboye had a few supporters even in this forum. One of them, registered as Billyonaire, rose to his defence, in response to a preceding comment that Jesus Christ did not own a single private in His own time.
Billyonaire said, “Jesus did not have overseas membership, Goddamit. Our pastors have millions of members in over 160 countries. How many members did Jesus have? Jesus needed a boat and a donkey and he used them. There was no jet then. I am sure he would have got one, if he could afford it.”
A few months ago, the Catholic Bishop of the Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Kukah made a similar observation.
Speaking against the backdrop of the presentation of a private jet to Oritsejafor by members of his church, Kukah, had noted that the acquisition of private jets by Christian leaders diminished the moral voice of the church in the fight against corruption.
He had said, “The stories of corrupt men and women being given recognition by their churches or mosques as gallant sons and daughters and the embarrassing stories of pastors displaying conspicuous wealth as we hear from the purchases of private jets and so on clearly diminish our moral voice.
“Unless we distance ourselves, we cannot speak the truth to power. We cannot hear the wails of the poor and the weak. We should not be seen as playing the praying wing of the party in power.”
Also in his reaction to the subject, Lagos-based lawyer, Fred Agbaje, said that though the Federal Government could do nothing to stop Christian leaders from acquiring privates jets, it could help check the trend by ensuring that then planes were not used for commercial purposes.
“The government can also impose heavy taxation on such aircraft to discourage others in the future,” he said.
I could just be doing them both wrong– but I’ve noticed that blogging is a lot like yoga.
You have to be a believer in flexibility and stretching to enjoy either. If you don’t believe in being flexible in your thoughts and with your words, blogging will be a lonely path. The same goes for yoga. If you aren’t in it to stretch your body, it’ll begin to feel pointless.
Both are strangely, intensely personal. Even if it’s just supposed to be an exercise or a hobby, eventually you will reveal yourself to yourself through your practice. You start with a small goal– I want to reach my toes, or I want to write once a day. The next thing you know, your goals are bigger and wider and your journey has been transformed.
No one really wants to hear about blogging or yoga except other bloggers and other yoga-lovers.
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There was pandemonium yesterday in Ado-Odo area of Ogun State as the palace of a monarch, the Olofin of Ado-Odo, Oba Lateef Adeniran Akanni, was razed by some aggrieved youths.
The monarch, Nigerian Compass learnt, had been having a running battle with some interest groups in the community, who allegedly did not want him despite a Supreme Court judgement validating his appointment three years ago.
According to sources, Oba Akanni was hospitalised following the severe beating he received from the rampaging youths.
The burnt palace has also been deserted as wives, children, family members and servants fled the area apparently for fear of being attacked again.
Trouble was said to have started for the traditional ruler when his Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) was flagged down by some people in the community.
In the process of attending to the people, the unsuspecting monarch was dragged out of his vehicle, beaten and stripped.
Though the incident may not be unconnected with the chieftaincy crisis in the town, another source attributed it to an alleged accident involving the monarch a few days ago.
Oba Akanni, according to the source, allegedly failed to visit a victim of the accident, a development which reportedly infuriated some community youths who plotted the attack.
The violence prompted the state Police Commissioner, Ikemefuna Okoye, and the state Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Chief Muyiwa Oladipo, to visit the area and douse tension.
Confirming the incident in a telephone interview yesterday, the state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Mr. Muyiwa Adejobi, said normalcy had been restored to the community.
Adejobi, a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), however, said he was unaware of the alleged stripping of the monarch.
“I know some people went to the palace and attacked the Oba of Ado-Odo but normalcy has been restored to the town. The Commissioner of Police has been there and we are going to ensure that the needful is done to bring all those involved in the act to book,” he added.
Also yesterday, the Ogun State government appealed to the people of Ado-Odo community to shun violence and maintain peace in order to promote socio-economic development of the state.
Speaking through the Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Chief Muyiwa Oladipo, the government described the attack on the monarch as “sheer lawlessness.”
Oladipo said there were ways the people could adopt to show their displeasure over the installation of the monarch that was reinstalled by the Supreme Court of the land rather than resorting to burning of houses, beating people and harassing the monarch.
While assuring the people of the state government’s readiness to find a lasting solution to the chieftaincy crisis, the commissioner said a panel of inquiry would be set up to look into the remote and immediate causes of the attack.
He called on all the sons and daughters of the community to come and tender relevant information that could be of assistance in resolving the crisis
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LIONEL MESSI has already come out on top against nearly all of the top goalkeepers on the planet.
So it is easy to imagine the otherworldly talent getting a bit bored of taking on mere mortals.
Fortunately for the Argentine ace, Japanese boffins have created a robot goalie that might be able to put up more of a fight.
So, has the superstar finally found his match?
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Lionel Messi takes on robot goalkeeper
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Seriously, After watching this Movie, I can’t differentiate it from a Blue Film.
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going to do?
return the BB to the seller and get a
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night vigil 6]. Hope U won’t break my Heart?
If u don’t put it at the edge of the table. 7]. Can U take me out?
sorry are U in prison? 8]. Pls come and pick me..
she be beans. 9]. I think ave missed my period..
then ask the class captain for the next
class!!! 10.] Can’t you get a Car?
Shey your Papa get Car when him dey
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ask you “are you sleeping?”
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2. You’re making out with a girl
then you start
pulling her pants then she asks;
what are you
trying to do?
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3. They see you coming out of
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4. You standing right in front of
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