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Prophet Iginla releases 2024 prophecies on Tinubu, Akpabio, Wike, Fubara

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The founder of Champions Royal Assembly, Prophet Joshua Iginla, has shared his prophetic insights for the year 2024. During the 2023 crossover service, Prophet Iginla conveyed various messages, including a caution to President Bola Tinubu to prioritize his health and be wary of potential betrayals. He also urged Senate President Godswill Akpabio to pray against external forces and ensure the successful completion of his term.

Prophet Iginla predicted challenges for the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike, emphasizing that he would encounter significant betrayals at the federal level, leading to tough times ahead. The prophecies extended to the church, foretelling increased division among pastors, backsliding, and the exposure of secrets that may affect the faith of the younger generation.

Economic challenges were also anticipated, with tough times expected in 2024 and substantial changes in 2025. The government’s efforts to address prevailing factors were acknowledged, but challenges with disgruntled politicians and political promises were foreseen until 2026.

Specific states were mentioned, including Taraba, where the governor was advised to enhance security due to anticipated attacks. Plateau State’s governor was warned of potential challenges to his seat, requiring prayer for both political and personal success. Kano’s governor was urged to pray for health and stability in the face of potential civil unrest following a court judgment.

For Rivers State, the governor was encouraged to be cautious of advisers, navigate stormy political waters, and strive for peace with his former boss. Regarding Governor Wike, Prophet Iginla acknowledged a strong political destiny but cautioned about betrayals and tough times at the federal level.

The newly elected governor of Kogi was predicted to face strong battles influenced by those who wished for his failure. Despite prayers, challenging times were anticipated in fulfilling electoral promises, with conflicts arising between the governor and influential figures who sought his early downfall.

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‘You’re responsible for Nigeria’s economic woes’— Atiku tackles Tinubu

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Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate in the 2023 general election, attributed Nigeria’s economic challenges to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

In a statement shared on his official social media account on Sunday, the former Vice President of Nigeria urged Tinubu to take cues from Argentina’s President Javier Milei on swiftly restoring investor confidence despite inheriting a troubled economy.

Atiku criticized Tinubu for deflecting blame onto the opposition and his predecessors, calling such actions unnecessary and shortsighted. He emphasized that market dynamics respond to concrete actions, not political rhetoric.

Drawing parallels with President Milei’s leadership in Argentina, Atiku highlighted the need for well-sequenced economic reforms. He commended Milei’s proactive approach in preparing for the post-reform challenges and ensuring the availability of mitigating measures.

Atiku contrasted Tinubu’s administration’s ad hoc and hurried reforms with Milei’s strategic sequencing. He pointed out Argentina’s lean government structure achieved through reducing ministries and privatizing state-owned enterprises, contrasting it with Nigeria’s expanding bureaucracy and excessive spending on official residences.

Atiku likened Tinubu’s administration’s approach to Nero fiddling while Rome burns, accusing him of evading substantive action and blaming the opposition for policy failures, reminiscent of characters in George Orwell’s Animal Farm.

Expressing admiration for Argentina’s reforms, Atiku suggested aligning his “Recover Nigeria Plan” with Milei’s stabilization strategy to alleviate Nigeria’s economic distress. He emphasized the need for transparent policies focused on economic revival and warned against dismissing discontent, particularly among the youth, which could manifest in protests.

The statement referred to the worsening economic conditions in Nigeria, highlighted by soaring inflation rates and high living costs, as reported by the National Bureau of Statistics, with headline inflation reaching 29.90% and food inflation at 35.42% in January 2024.

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BREAKING: Fire guts FCT Minister’s residence

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A fire broke out at the private residence of Dr. Mariya Mahmoud, the Minister of State in the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), on Sunday afternoon.

Situated at No. 9, Justice Roseline Ukeji Close in the affluent Asokoro district of Abuja, the property was reportedly completely destroyed by the blaze.

Despite prompt emergency response efforts, including the arrival of fire service personnel, nothing could be salvaged from the premises.

Mr. Austin Elemue, the Minister’s Special Adviser on Media, confirmed the incident, indicating that the cause of the fire remained unknown at the time.

Authorities have initiated an investigation to ascertain the cause of the fire.

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PHOTO: Gov Makinde Host Nigeria Police Games

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1: Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde (left) and Inspector General of Police, Olukayode Egbetokun, during the opening ceremony of the 14th Biennial Nigeria Police Games, host by Oyo State Government, held at Adamasigba Stadium, Ibadan. PHOTO: Oyo Gov’s Media Unit.

2: From left, Deputy Governor of Oyo State, Barr Bayo Lawal; Governor Seyi Makinde; Inspector General of Police, Olukayode Egbetokun and his wife Elizabeth, during the opening ceremony of the 14th Biennial Nigeria Police Games, host by Oyo State Government, held at Adamasigba Stadium, Ibadan. PHOTO: Oyo Gov’s Media Unit.

3: Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde (left) take a salute from the Police Mascots, during the opening ceremony of the 14th Biennial Nigeria Police Games, host by Oyo State Government, held at Adamasigba Stadium, Ibadan. PHOTO: Oyo Gov’s Media Unit.

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