Church of Satan slams Nigeria over its headlines

It seems the Church of Satan has had enough of Nigerians dragging Satan into every fault of theirs.

A recent headline by a mainstream media, DailyPost titled Osibanjo an emissary of Satan, betrayed the Church-Fani-Kayode generated an outburst from the Church of Satan, a religious organization dedicated to Satanism.

See the tweet below:

In a recent outburst by the Church of Satan

As expected, Nigerians have responded to the tweet:

The church of Satan has several times dissociated themselves from having a relationship with Nigeria. In April, they publicly rebuked the president of Nigeria, Muhammed Buhari for linking the Benue killings to Satan and had a duel with Yemi Alade.

If this is an issue they want to address Nigerians for and convince them, we await.

See picture of a little child dumped in an orphanage home named after BUHARI

Nigerian photographer, Fatima Abubakar, shared a photo of an adorable baby boy at a motherless babies home in Maiduguri, Borno State who is named after President Muhammadu Buhari.

“Children at the home are mostly abandoned by the mothers. They cared for by the dedicated nanny there and rely on generosity of people.” she said.

Social media users have continued to admire the looks of the toddler and shower him with sympathy.

Man rapes girlfriend, kills and eats parts of her body

An Indiana man Joseph Oberhansley accused of sexually assaulting, killing and eating parts of his ex-girlfriend’s dead body is now mentally competent to stand trial, and is ready to tell the court all he knows about the incident, a state psychiatrist says.

Fox News reports that the 35-year-old Oberhansley, of Jeffersonville, U.S., has been committed at the Logansport State Hospital since October 2017, when a judge ruled that he wasn’t competent to stand trial for the 2014 killing of girlfriend Tammy Jo Blanton.

Prosecutors alleged that Oberhansley broke into the Jeffersonville home of Blanton in September 2014, and that he raped her, fatally stabbed her and ate parts of her body.

“This matter has been going on for four years now, and it’s high time that the victim’s family saw justice done,” Clark County Prosecuting Attorney Jeremy Mull told the Courier Journal after the hearing.

The letter from the psychiatrist filed with Clark County Circuit Court noted that Oberhansley’s competency has been restored since he was committed there last October to undergo competency restoration.

In some of his early court appearances after his arrest, Obserhansley had outbursts in court and said his name was Zeus, WAVE3 reported.

Oberhansley’s attorneys requested in court Thursday to have a month to talk with him and form an opinion on his competency.

During the hearing, Oberhansley spoke up, telling the judge he needed to fire his attorneys, according to the Courier Journal.

“They’re trying to control my thoughts,” he said in court; they’re trying to control my mind.”

Judge Vicki Carmichael told him he needed to work with his attorneys, and scheduled another hearing on Sept. 21 to discuss the matter.

Prosecutors have previously said they will seek the death penalty for Blanton’s killing.

Before his arrest in 2015, Oberhansley was free on parole for a previous killing when he was a teenager, according to WAVE3.

A cure for cancer finally discovered with Laetrile

Laetrile is believed to fight cancer by targeting and killing cancer cells while building the immune system to fend off future outbreaks. It actually uses two different methods to accomplish these goals.
The first revolves around enzymes. Amygdalin is made up of glucose plus two potentially toxic substances — benzaldehyde and hydrogen cyanide. (Note: In the early days of laetrile research it was assumed that the cyanide was the major cancer cell-killing molecule, but now many researchers believe that it is the benzaldehyde that is the primary reason the cancer cell is killed.)
Healthy cells contain the enzyme rhodanese (in his book World Without Cancer , G. Edward Griffin calls this the protecting enzyme). Rhodanese protects the cells by neutralizing the benzaldehyde and cyanide in amygdalin, converting them to useful nutrient compounds, including thiocyanate, which is known as a natural regulator of blood pressure and also is involved in the production of Vitamin B-12.
However, cancer cells do not have rhodanese. Instead, they have an enzyme called beta-glucosidase (Griffin calls this the unlocking enzyme). Beta-glucosidase unlocks the benzaldehyde and cyanide from the glucose to create a targeted poison that kills the cancer cell.
Griffin explains this process in more detail in World Without Cancer .
There’s another way your body fights cancer that is related to laetrile through the power of a healthy immune system.
You are filled with billions of white blood cells — people normally produce about 100 billion new white blood cells a day. These cells attack and destroy anything that is harmful to your body. But cancer cells are covered by a thin protein coating that carries a negative electrostatic charge. This charge repels the negatively charged white blood cells.
Luckily, the pancreas emits enzymes that, in sufficient quantities, can eat away this protective coating, allowing the white blood cells to attack cancer. However, if the pancreas is weak or unhealthy, or if the cancer is growing too fast, the enzymes can’t keep up. That’s where laetrile comes in, working with pancreatic enzymes to fight cancer, while also strengthening the immune system.
Because the laetrile might chemically react with the enzyme of a non-cancerous cell (i.e. rhodanese), before it reacts with the enzyme of a cancerous cell (beta-glucosidase) – thus making it ineffective against the cancer cell – you have to take enough laetrile, over a long enough time, to ensure that laetrile molecules hit all of the cancer cells first.
One of the positive side effects of laetrile therapy is that more Vitamin B-12 is made in the body. In addition, it’s smart to supplement laetrile therapy with Vitamin C. Vitamin C and Vitamin B-12 can be, by themselves, a treatment for cancer.

“PDP HAS GANG-RAPED NIGERIA FOR 16 YEARS “- APC

The All Progressives Congress, APC, has said that the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, should be apologizing for “gang raping Nigeria” for 16 years.

The APC said instead of condemning the government of President Muhammadu Buhari, the opposition party should rather keep quiet and allow the administration to concentrate.

The ruling party was reacting to PDP’s latest allegations on the President Buhari administration’s anti-corruption war.

In a statement made available to DAILY POST by the acting National Publicity Secretary of the APC, Yekini Nabena on Sunday, the ruling party also said the PDP had failed in its role as an opposition party.

The APC further recalled the confessions of some of PDP chieftain on how shared the looted funds from the nation’s treasury.

APC’s statement reads in part, “Although the opposition in a democracy is supposed to offer constructive criticisms and proffer alternative solutions to government policies and programmes, the opposition rhetoric of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is nothing but senseless noise-making, in its failed attempt to distract the President Muhammadu Buhari administration.

“In both content and context, PDP’s latest allegations on the President Buhari administration’s anti-corruption efforts should be seen for what they are: empty, baseless and diversionary.

“It is truly amazing that that the party of a failed government which held the country prostrate for 16 years; stole, wasted and misappropriated our abundant resources will have the audacity to make comments on the current administration that within three years is clearing the rot left after the PDP’s misrule.

“Was it not under the PDP’s immediate-past administration that disclosures of nauseating magnitude were made?

“‘I collected N350m from Dasuki for consultation– Iyorchia AyuI only collected $30,000 from Dasuki not N100m’ – Bode George.

‘I got N4.6b from Dasuki for spiritual purposes – Bafarawa. I got N2.16 from Dasuki for publicity purposes’ – Dokpesi.

‘I got another N100m from Yuguda. He did not tell me from where – BafarawaI gave N100m each to Odili, Jim Nwobodo, Bode George and others’ – Yuguda.

‘The President asked to change N10b to foreign currency for PDP delegates’ – Dasuki.

‘N950m was shared in my house’– Shekarau and many more shameful disclosures.

“These are just a tip of the iceberg of how our commonwealth were massively looted by the shameless characters in the PDP.

“Instead of apologizing profusely for their gang rape of the nation, the PDP seeks to present itself before Nigerians in 2019 to seek a return to their stealing.

“The PDP should understand that Nigerians cannot forget in a hurry how the country was destroyed by the PDP’s gang of pen robbers

14 year old who earn $450m with Google Inc.


Tanmay Bakshi is a 14-year-old techwiz who has made an impact in the world of technology. The 14-year-old who started coding at five, is a Google staff who makes 1.25 million every year (N450 million). The young genius had built his first application when he was just nine years old. He also became the youngest IBM Watson programmer in the world at the age of twelve. Bakshi, who has become an inspiration for many due to his high level of intelligence, works at Google. In an interview with CNBC, the 14-year-old said he found coding interesting and learnt while watching his father Punnet Bakshi, who is a computer programmer, code. 14-year-old who works for Google earns over N450m every year Photo source: Mezicon.com READ ALSO: Brilliant 15-year-old boy graduates as engineer from University of California He said: “It was so fascinating to me how computers could really do anything. I wanted to know what goes on behind the back-end and see how you can control the computers and tell them what to do.” PAY ATTENTION: Get the Latest Nigerian News on NAIJ.com News At age seven, Bakshi had already set up a YouTube channel where he gave tutorials on how to code and develop a website. The young genius made it his mission to help 100,000 aspiring kids and beginners learn how to code and today, he has over 200,000 subscribers.

Falz ready to sue NBC

Ever since popular entertainer, Falz, released the song, This is Nigeria,’ it has been shrouded in controversy. At first, Islamic group, Muslim Rights Concern called for the song to be banned because some ladies in hijab were dancing Shaku Shaku and they believed it was against the Islamic religion, but their pleas fell on deaf ears.

During the week, the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission fined a radio station to the tune of N100,000 for playing the song which they said was unfit for airplay because of this line, “This is Nigeria, look how we living now. Everybody be criminal,” stating that it made the song vulgar and it was in contravention of Section 3.6.1 and 3.13.2.2 of its constitution.

When Saturday Beats reached out to the entertainer, he said that he felt it was ridiculous for the commission to ban the song, arguing that it was not a vulgar song but a socially conscious piece of art which addresses the current issues in the country.

Falz said, “There is absolutely nothing vulgar about the song and I think it is ridiculous that the Nigerian Broadcast Commission singled out the least vulgar line in the song and ascribed it to be the reason they banned the song. It is a very simple and clean song. The only thing is that I was very blunt about the way I talk about things. I do not know maybe some messages in the song hit them and that is the real reason they banned the song. The line was, ‘This is Nigeria, look how we living now. Everybody be criminal.’ If they ban this song, then I do not understand them because that song is definitely not a vulgar song.”

The singer turned actor told Saturday Beats that he did not know if there was any conspiracy to ensure that the song never enjoyed airwaves but he was aware that the song could have hit some nerves of certain people. He further disclosed that he would investigate why his song was banned through his lawyers.

“I do not know if the fact that some group wanted me to retract the song is linked with this new development but I know that there were a lot of messages in the song and it is hitting a lot of people in the wrong places and that is what is making them react in that manner. However, there was absolutely no basis for the NBC to ban that song. I am going to have to write to them through my lawyers to find out what is really going on. When I find out the reason behind the ban, I could ask them to lift it if need be and if they do not adhere to my request, I might have to seek legal redress,” he said.

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