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See How Nollywood Actor, Femi Jacobs Replied A Pastor Who Inspired Christians To Boycott Netflix

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Nollywood actor, Femi Jacobs has replied a pastor who urged Christians to boycott over-the-top content material platform, Netflix.

Pastor Emannuel Iren, the founding father of Celebration Church Worldwide, tweeted: “In some unspecified time in the future, Christians could must boycott @netflix . I mentioned what I mentioned.”

Some folks agreed with him within the remark part and identified that motion pictures that depict homosexuality as regular are on the platform which is an efficient motive to boycott it.

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Femi Jacobs then responded to Pastor Iren, writing: “Pastor Sir, I’m an actor and lots of of my movies are on there. I give my choices from the proceeds of working in Nollywood. God Calling is on there too, it is a religion primarily based movie. Advise me, the place will we be promoting our movies, Sir?”

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Gen Marwa takes over at NDLEA, warns medication traffickers others to cease follow forthwith

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By Kingsley Omonobi

…Vows, We are going to cease unacceptable nonsense of medication abuse in Nigeria.

…We are going to make NDLEA Efficient, Revered & Feared by Involved Criminals.

The brand new chairman, Nationwide Drug Regulation Enforcement Company (NDLEA), Brigadier Basic Mohammed Buba Marwa (rtd) has warned illicit medication traffickers, exporters and cultivators in addition to customers within the nation to cease the follow forthwith or be ready to cope with the NDLEA.

Talking throughout his inaugural assembly with administration, state commanders and different employees of the company in Abuja, Gen Marwa stated, “It’s the job of NDLEA to cease all this unacceptable nonsense of medication abuse in Nigeria”.

“Because the lead company within the drug battle in Nigeria, you’re all too conversant in the extent of devastation that drug use has triggered our nation. Drug use has eaten very deep into our social material. Each neighborhood in Nigeria is affected.

“It wants repeating that the variety of medication customers in Nigeria now, of all ages have to be effectively over 15 million. If we extrapolate the figures of the latest UNODC survey of 2018 the place 14.3million Nigerians between the ages of 15 – 64 years have been discovered to be drug customers, at the moment, almost three occasions the worldwide prevalence”.

In the direction of combating this menace, Marwa stated, “We are going to resuscitate NDLEA to be totally lively, to be efficient, revered and be feared by all involved criminals. Nigeria is the one nation now we have, we can not fold our arms. We will, will and should get rid of the drug scourge”.

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“NDLEA shall be overhauled and expanded and repositioned in keeping with the PACEDA suggestions, current monetary constraints, and authorization of acceptable superior authorities.

“We are going to put equal efforts in drug demand discount as contained within the NDLEA Act. We are going to develop a technique of labor to satisfy our targets, following the NDLEA Masterplan 2021 – 2025 to be launched quickly, as our roadmap.

“Self-discipline should stay job primary. It’s the bedrock of a company comparable to ours. With my army background, you understand what to anticipate. I anticipate diligence at work and won’t hesitate to penalize default. Arduous work shall be rewarded”.

“Lastly, I wish to warn those that have interaction within the dastardly commerce of importation, export, cultivation, processing, manufacture, trafficking, sale and consumption of illicit substances to cease forthwith or be ready to cope with NDLEA.

“NDLEA will safeguard the nation and our youths from the drug menace. That could be a job that have to be carried out”.

He assured the employees that each one excellent problems with stagnation in promotion, coaching, postings and emoluments shall be addressed

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College Resumption: Covid-19 check not required – FG

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By Joseph Erunke

ABUJA-THE federal authorities, Monday,declared that no COVID-19 check was required for returning college students to be admitted into their colleges.

However the authorities,in a terse assertion by the Federal Ministry of Training, Monday,defined that solely temperature check ought to be carried out on college students.

Within the assertion launched by the ministry’s Director,Press and Public Relations, Bem Goong, the federal government warned faculty authorities in opposition to “asking college students or mother and father to endure covid-19 check earlier than they’re accepted of their colleges.”

The assertion learn in full:” The Federal Ministry of Training says no Covid-19 Take a look at is required for returning college students to be admitted into their colleges.

“Solely temperature checks ought to be carried out on college students and every other particular person crossing any faculty gate.

” College authorities ought to due to this fact chorus from asking college students or mother and father to endure covid-19 check earlier than they’re accepted of their colleges.”

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Man Shares Photograph Of How COVID-19 Protocols Have been Violated In A BRT Bus

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Following the second wave of COVID-19 within the nation, a person took to social media to share pictures of how COVID 19 protocols have been violated inside a BRT bus regardless of being owned by the federal government.

In accordance with him, no social distancing was noticed.

He says the bus was full with passengers seated and likewise had some standing too.

He shared the photograph on twitter tagging the State Governor, Babajide Sanwo Olu.

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