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Sequel to its earlier disclaimer that the member of a kidnap syndicate, Adelabi Abayomi, was not a member of the Pastor In Council MPIC, an elite association in the Celestial Church of Christ Worldwide, TheHeute can authoritatively confirmed that to be true.

Recall that it was reported that the CCC Worldwide debunked the claim by Abayomi that he was a member of MPIC.

In an update signed by the secretary of Pastor in Council and head of media of CCC Worldwide, Superior Evangelist Kayode Ajala, and shared with our correspondent, Abayomi had been warned to desist from his evil act.

“As stated in our last correspondence on the matter, the case was referred to the appropriate Pastor in Council Working Committee with a deadline that the committee should submit its findings within 7 days,” he wrote.

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The C.C.C. Media arm, within that time frame, also interviewed the Shepherd in Charge of the parish attended by Adelabi Abayomi, Superior Evangelist Kayode Olugbesan, who confirmed that Adelabi Abayomi was indeed a member and worshiper at the Comforter Parish, Iberekodo, Abeokuta, Ogun State.

“Adelabi Abayomi was, however, not a Member of the Pastor in Council (M.P.I.C.) of the Celestial Church of Christ Worldwide. All records of the Council including the authentic members list of the present and previous P.I.C. attest to this.

“All meeting attendance records of the Council in the last six years also attest to this. All financial records of the Council in the last six years further confirm that Adelabi Abayomi is not a Member of the Pastor in Council and has never made any financial contribution to the Council,” Ajala stated.

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The Shepherd in Charge of Abayomi’s parish, Superior Evangelist Olugbesan, revealed that he once personally delivered a spiritual message, to Adelabi Abayomi, as directed by the Holy Spirit, not too long ago.

“The thrust of the spiritual message was that Adelabi Abayomi would be a victim of sudden death if he did not desist from doing whatever he had his hands in, which was not right before the Lord.

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“The Shepherd, Superior Evangelist Kayode Olugbesan, confirmed that Adelabi Abayomi did not take the spiritual message in good faith and not only stopped attending church services but also became very unfriendly towards the Shepherd in Charge of his parish of worship,” the head of media narrated.

However, the suspect’s wife and children continued to attend the parish after Abayomi withdrew from the parish.

He was eventually apprehended alongside four other members of his kidnap syndicate but died from injuries sustained in the course of his arrest before he could reach the police station.

“Having given this update, we wish to finally lay the matter to rest. We choose to respect the dead as we pray that the soul of Adelabi Abayomi finds mercy and repose with the Lord. We remain committed to the forward march of the Celestial Church of Christ Worldwide towards the fulfillment of its divine mandate,” Ajala wrote.

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Lagos Police Arrest Suspects With Vandalised Rail Tracks

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A patrol team from Ijora Badia Police division has arrested two suspects conveying vandalised rail tracks in Lagos State.

The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, disclosed this via his Twitter handle on Monday.

He said, “At about 1am today, a patrol team from Ijora Badia Division intercepted a Mitsubishi Lancer car conveying vandalised railway tracks. The two occupants of the vehicle have been arrested. Investigation is ongoing.”

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Toyin Abraham takes Legal action against Revolution plus property scam

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Actress Toyin Abraham has now taken legal actions against Revolution Plus property by having her lawyers sent them an official statement confirming her dissociation from the brand.

Taking to her Instagram page moments ago to share the legal documents, Toyin Abraham wrote:

PUBLIC DISCLAIMER

DISASSOCIATION FROM REVOLUTIONPLUS PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LIMITED

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We are Solicitors to Mrs. Olutoyin Abosede Ajeyemi Abraham, (hereinafter referred to ‘our Client’) and on whose instruction we write the above-captioned letter.

Our Client wishes to disassociate herself from the brand, Revolutionplus (hereinafter referred to ‘the company). This disclaimer is premised on the fact that our client’s contract with the Company as a Brand Ambassador has been effectively terminated and the compelling need to disassociate herself from the image of the Brand.

Despite the above promises, I was still receiving various threats messages, curses, complaints and pleas from investors claiming they had not been allocated any land or refunded their monies. Some of them further claimed that because I represented the Company as a brand ambassador, I reposed their confidence in the
Company to invest their monies. I became sad, worried, and disturbed and decided to stop my social media publications and advertisement of the Company’s products.

When the pressure and harassment became embarrassingly unbearable both online on all my social media platforms and offline, and with my integrity at stake, I sent a mail to the Company on the 15th June 2022 notifying them of my intent to terminate my contract as a Brand Ambassador. The Company reached out to me on the 16th of June 2022, we had a meeting and they promised to promptly and effectively address the allegations. Upon the premise of the promises made, I sent another mail on the 17th June 2022 cancelling my notice of intent to terminate my contract as a brand ambassador.

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In view of the above termination which I accept in good faith and totality, and considering the recent similar messages I have received from aggrieved customers from the brand, I hereby disassociate myself from the brand and advise that all persons dealing with the brand conduct their respective due diligence’.

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It was in the wake of my decision to reduce the brand’s visibility and advertisement on my social media platforms, especially because my integrity as a person is being questioned daily, that I received a ‘Notice of Termination of Brand Ambassadorship’ letter on the 22nd December 2022 by the Company’s legal team, which effectively terminated my contract with them on grounds of reduced affection and reluctant approach towards publicly identifying with the brand.

While performing my duties as contained in the contract, I started receiving a lot of allegations and complaints from investors who claimed the Company has not allocated lands nor refunded them their monies. Some of these investors were in my DM (Direct Message) demanding for refund of their monies or allocation of the lands they paid for.

Please find below the official statement from our Client:

‘After carefully conducting my due diligence and being personally convinced about the genuineness of the Company, I proceeded to sign a contractual agreement in July 2020, thereby becoming a brand ambassador to market the property products of the Company, Revolutionplus. This duty I carried out with utmost loyalty, diligence, integrity and excellence, which are the core values I stand for.

 

 

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Probe abortion report, feminists urge FG

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Nigerian feminists have urged the Federal Government, through the National Human Rights Commission, to probe the forced abortions report allegedly perpetuated by the military in the northeastern part of Nigeria.

An international news agency, Reuters, had accused the Nigerian Army of running a programme where forceful abortions were carried out on female victims of Boko Haram/Islamic State in West African Province.

The report claimed that the Army carried out the abortions without the persons’ consent and that at least 10,000 pregnancies had been illegally terminated.

These were contained in an investigation published by the news agency in December, 2022.

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The probe, according to Reuters, was based on the accounts of 33 victims, hospital workers, and security officials, as well as documents gathered.

Reacting in a statement obtained by The PUNCH on Tuesday, the feminists, namely, Chioma Agwuegbo, Fadekemi Akinfaderin, Dr Leena Hoffmann, Ifeoma Ikwueme, Azeenarh Mohammed, Nana Nwachukwu, Lola Okolosie, Omolara Oriye and Buky Williams, said, “Friday marks six weeks since the Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Lucky Irabor, called on the NHRC to launch an investigation into the abortion report.”

They therefore called on the NHRC to make public its plans to take the investigation forward, expand its remit to look at the alleged killings of children, and commit to doing so in a victim-centred way.

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