So many persons have argued over the years that there are no such things as miracles, an argument that is clearly brought to null by the recent event that can only be described as the miraculous hand of God at work in the life of a nigerian man who was restored to life after being declared dead by top medical practitioners in far away Australia and India.
In a chat with new men, Mr. Samuel Anayo Ugwute recounts his experience at the cruel hands of death, and how God saved him.
News men: Please can we meet you?
Samuel Anayo: I am Mr. Samuel Anayo Ugwute, an indigene of Ebonyi State, born and brought up in Owa-Alero Delta State.
News men: Can you share with us your experience?
Samuel anayo: About four months ago, I was diagnosed of in ventricular center defect that is ‘a hole within the walls of my ventricle’ It is a serious Continue reading “Miracle as nigerian man comeback to life at indian mortuary”
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman promoted his son Mohammed bin Salman to crown prince on Wednesday, a surprise announcement that means the 31-year-old becomes the kingdom’s next in line to the throne.
The decision upends the royal line of succession in a key ally of the United States in the Middle East that President Trump visited in his first overseas trip as president.
As part of the move, King Salman stripped Prince Mohammed bin Nayef from his title as crown prince and from his powerful position as the country’s interior minister overseeing security.
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U.S. communications giant Verizon completed its purchase of troubled internet company Yahoo on Tuesday.
The chief executive of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer, told employees she would be resigning now that the transaction was over.
In a message, Mayer outlined a long list of developments at the company under her tenure, and said she was “brimming with nostalgia, gratitude and optimism” in spite of her departure.
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The police said that eight people, including four children, were killed and over 12 others injured when a factory wall collapsed in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh on Wednesday.
The police said the incident took place early in the morning at Saraj Majra village, 120 km from the state capital Shimla, when the boundary wall of the factory adjoining a big slum suddenly collapsed during a storm.
“While eight people died on the spot, those injured have been admitted Continue reading “Eight killed, morethan 12 injured as factory wall collapses in India”
Bomb blasts tore through crowds celebrating the holy Christian holiday of Palm Sunday in two Egyptian cities, killing at least 44 worshipers and injuring scores more.
The Islamic State claimed responsibility for bombings at Coptic Christian churches in the Nile Delta city of Tanta, where at least 27 died, and hours later in the Mediterranean port city of Alexandria, where the death toll climbed to at least 17, the Interior Ministry said.
The attacks, which injured more than 100, came less than a week after Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi visited the White House.
“So sad to hear of the terrorist attack in Egypt. U.S. strongly condemns. I have great…confidence that President Al Sisi will handle situation properly,” President Trump tweeted.
Continue reading “Egyptian church blasts kill 44; As Islamic State takes responsibility”
Following the new executive order on immigration by United States President, Donald Trump, Alphabet Inc.’s Google has told its affected staff travelling overseas to get back to the U.S immediately.
Bloomberg News reports that Google Chief Executive Officer, Sundar Pichai, slammed Mr. Trump’s move in a memo to employees, telling them that more than 100 company staff are affected by the order.
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A typographical error in a White House press office memo had the British media jesting on Friday that President Donald Trump might think he is meeting a glamour model after Prime Minister Theresa May’s name was misspelt.
May, will become the first foreign leader to meet Trump as U.S. president.
“In the Continue reading “UK press poke fun as White House misspells May’s first name”
The roll call of the quarter finalists and semi-finalists at the 2017 Australian Open reads like a veteran’s club.
Both Roger Federer (35) Venus Williams (36) booked their passage to the semi-final of the first Grand Slam of the year on Tuesday, while Serena Williams (35) will be hoping to join the trend on Wednesday when she meets Johanna Konta.
Continue reading “Federer into semis as the oldies come to play at the Australian Open”
Adama Barrow has been sworn in as president of The Gambia at a ceremony attended by African and western diplomats in Senegal.
His inauguration at the embassy of The Gambia in Dakar was as a result of the refusal by Yahya Jammeh to relinquish power despite his defeat at the presidential election of December 1.
Mr. Barrow used his first speech in office to call on the Gambian security Continue reading “Barrow sworn in as Gambian president in Senegal”
Barack Obama wiped his eyes as he addressed his wife and thanked Vice-President Joe Biden in a farewell speech. His daughter, Malia, also shed a tear as she listened to her father.
Some slices of emotion were all expected in Chicago where the outgoing American president began the journey to the White House eight years ago.
With a final shout of his campaign mantra “Yes We Can,” President Barack Obama on Tuesday urged Americans to stand up for U.S. values and reject discrimination as the country transitions to the presidency of Republican Donald Trump.
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