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Man nabbed for allegedly attempting to bury neighbour’s son alive (Video)

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A man has received the beating of his life for allegedly digging a grave in his room and attempting to bury his neighbour’s son alive.

In the video making rounds on social media, eye witnesses who saw the grave which he dug in his room, slammed the young man for taking such a drastic measure to gain wealth.

Speaking in Igbo dialect, one of the eye witnesses said he did it in order to buy a car.

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Youths who were displeased by this wicked act tied up the suspect in the video and rained heavy blows on him.

A commenter who confirmed the incident stated that it happened at Ubomiri in Mbaitolu L.G.A in Imo State.

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Jaruma gifts Abuja correctional facility inmates foodstuff, vows to feed them till she die (Video)

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Popular aphrodisiac seller, Hauwa Saidu, better known as Jaruma, has gifted the inmates of Kuje correctional facility in Abuja, foodstuff, sanitary pads, pampers among others.

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Jaruma on Thursday, 28th January, 2022, donated gifts to the inmates at Kuje correctional facility in Abuja, after she was released after spending four days in detention at the facility.

Recall that Jaruma was re-arrested on Monday 24th, January, 2022, by Abuja police acting on the order of billionaire politician, Ned Nwoko.

Ned had her arrested for allegedly defaming him on social media.

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Jaruma was released on bail on Friday and she donated gifts like foodstuff, sanitary pads, pampers etc to the inmates.

According to her in a video shared on her social media page, while in detention she met female inmates who have babies, pregnant female inmates and the likes.

She donated gifts to them and vowed to continue feeding them till she die.

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I Cannot Say Polygamy Is A Sin

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Famous Nigerian author, Reno Omokri has spoken out about the thorny issue of polygamy and Christianity.

In response to a query on whether polygamy is a sin, Reno stated that men of God were permitted to have more than one wife in the Old Testament of the Bible.

He did point out, however, that parts of the Bible in the New Testament have been construed to suggest that God opposes polygamy. He went on to say that God did not forbid polygamy in any portion of the Bible.

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A user on Instagram had posed the following question:

”Good evening Pastor Reno Omokri. What would you say about polygamy. Is it a sin? Maybe it is the solution to all these cheating scandals?”

Responding, Reno said

”Well, what I am about to say is purely my personal opinion, from my understanding of Scripture. I do not speak for Christianity as a faith.

If we go by 2 Samuel 12:8, we see that God Himself gave David multiple wives. That verse says “I gave your master’s house to you, and your master’s wives.” Also, Old Testament Prophets were polygamous. The New Testament mandates monogamy for only overseers-1 Timothy 3:2. I can not say polygamy is a sin.

However, the definition of what is sinful in the New Testament is subjective. According to the New Testament, “whatever is not from faith is sin”-Romans 14:23.

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From the above, if you do anything from the conviction of your faith, flowing from your conscience, it is not sinful. However, if your conscience is against it, then it is sin for you.

What God hates is divorce. We see this in Malachi 2:6. You will never see anywhere where God condemned polygamy. Some people quote Matthew 19:5 and Genesis 2:24 “a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh.” Some people understand this to mean that polygamy is out of the question. But among the Commandments that God gave the Israelites through Moses, were laws governing polygamy, for example Exodus 21:10, Deuteronomy 21:15-17.

However, let me restate that these are not doctrines. These are my privately held opinions which I will never preach on an altar as the ‘thus says the Lord’.

Thank you and may God bless you.”

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