Saturday, September 13, 2014

T.B. Joshua's Synagogue Church Of All Nations In Lagos Collapses

With emergency rescue operations underway, a SaharaReporters correspondent reported that 15 people have been pulled from the wreckage of the six-floor structure, which had been under construction. Several are reported to be trapped still.
 Emergency Workers Driven From Scene Of Synagogue Of All Nations Church Collapse By "Barbaric" Church Security Lagos State Emergency Management Authority Public Relations Officer, Friday Adeboayo, confirmed the recovery of the 15 dead bodies. Yet some media houses say about four people have been reported dead. As to why the Man of God did not see it happening in his prophesies remain another mystery. However an official communication from The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations concerning a news story currently being reported by the media regarding an incident that happened states that “A building, not the church auditorium as was reported. The few people that were there are being rescued. What you wish to others, God wishes to you. Nothing makes us love a person as much as praying for him. The more I love you, the more I will pray for you.”


The National Executive Committee of the Social Democratic Front has challenged the Minister of Secondary Education over the decision of the GCE Board banning some three examiners for inviting colleagues for lunch at the SDF National Chairman during the marking of the 2014 examinations in Bamenda. The matter is slowly but surely turning into a political game with members of the public calling on the Prime Minister and Head of Government to intervene.
 A statement from the GCE Board observes that their involvement in "grave unauthorised invitations to examiners for a meal at the SDF Chairman's residence", constitute a malpractice which deserves sanctions. The SDF National Chairman, Ni John Fru Ndi, regrets the GCE ban in what he believes was a harmless and apolitical choice to annually share in a "thank you meal" with GCE examiners. Fru Ndi appears at a loss why government Ministers and other civil servants regularly dine at his residence and the GCE Board thinks others wise. Fru Ndi maintains that he does not consider it sinful to appreciate teachers across the board over a meal during which no political messages feature.
 Muluh Gideon, Werewum Maurice and Bangu Thaddeus acknowledge that they were banned from GCE Board activities for three years. Werewum Maurice, Assistant GCE Examiner for Physics hinted that "No GCE Code of Conduct was broken in extending invitations to examiners who are full blown adults and not subject to control after 5 p.m during the marking exercise." He acknowledged that the trio examiners involved are front benchers of the SDF Party. Werewum Maurice is the SDF District Chairman for Batibo. Muluh Gideon of GTHS Ndop is the Assistant GCE Examiner for English language and North West Secretary General of the SDF while Bangu Thaddeus from GHS Santa is the GCE A/L Examiner and SDF, District Treasurer in Batibo.
- See more at: http://cameroon-concord.com/politics/society/item/641-banned-on-gce-examiners-for-eating-with-fru-ndi-prime-minister-yang-told-to-step-in#sthash.cccLcs2h.dpuf
The National Executive Committee of the Social Democratic Front has challenged the Minister of Secondary Education over the decision of the GCE Board banning some three examiners for inviting colleagues for lunch at the SDF National Chairman during the marking of the 2014 examinations in Bamenda. The matter is slowly but surely turning into a political game with members of the public calling on the Prime Minister and Head of Government to intervene.
 A statement from the GCE Board observes that their involvement in "grave unauthorised invitations to examiners for a meal at the SDF Chairman's residence", constitute a malpractice which deserves sanctions. The SDF National Chairman, Ni John Fru Ndi, regrets the GCE ban in what he believes was a harmless and apolitical choice to annually share in a "thank you meal" with GCE examiners. Fru Ndi appears at a loss why government Ministers and other civil servants regularly dine at his residence and the GCE Board thinks others wise. Fru Ndi maintains that he does not consider it sinful to appreciate teachers across the board over a meal during which no political messages feature.
 Muluh Gideon, Werewum Maurice and Bangu Thaddeus acknowledge that they were banned from GCE Board activities for three years. Werewum Maurice, Assistant GCE Examiner for Physics hinted that "No GCE Code of Conduct was broken in extending invitations to examiners who are full blown adults and not subject to control after 5 p.m during the marking exercise." He acknowledged that the trio examiners involved are front benchers of the SDF Party. Werewum Maurice is the SDF District Chairman for Batibo. Muluh Gideon of GTHS Ndop is the Assistant GCE Examiner for English language and North West Secretary General of the SDF while Bangu Thaddeus from GHS Santa is the GCE A/L Examiner and SDF, District Treasurer in Batibo.
- See more at: http://cameroon-concord.com/politics/society/item/641-banned-on-gce-examiners-for-eating-with-fru-ndi-prime-minister-yang-told-to-step-in#sthash.cccLcs2h.dpuf
The National Executive Committee of the Social Democratic Front has challenged the Minister of Secondary Education over the decision of the GCE Board banning some three examiners for inviting colleagues for lunch at the SDF National Chairman during the marking of the 2014 examinations in Bamenda. The matter is slowly but surely turning into a political game with members of the public calling on the Prime Minister and Head of Government to intervene.
 A statement from the GCE Board observes that their involvement in "grave unauthorised invitations to examiners for a meal at the SDF Chairman's residence", constitute a malpractice which deserves sanctions. The SDF National Chairman, Ni John Fru Ndi, regrets the GCE ban in what he believes was a harmless and apolitical choice to annually share in a "thank you meal" with GCE examiners. Fru Ndi appears at a loss why government Ministers and other civil servants regularly dine at his residence and the GCE Board thinks others wise. Fru Ndi maintains that he does not consider it sinful to appreciate teachers across the board over a meal during which no political messages feature.
 Muluh Gideon, Werewum Maurice and Bangu Thaddeus acknowledge that they were banned from GCE Board activities for three years. Werewum Maurice, Assistant GCE Examiner for Physics hinted that "No GCE Code of Conduct was broken in extending invitations to examiners who are full blown adults and not subject to control after 5 p.m during the marking exercise." He acknowledged that the trio examiners involved are front benchers of the SDF Party. Werewum Maurice is the SDF District Chairman for Batibo. Muluh Gideon of GTHS Ndop is the Assistant GCE Examiner for English language and North West Secretary General of the SDF while Bangu Thaddeus from GHS Santa is the GCE A/L Examiner and SDF, District Treasurer in Batibo.
- See more at: http://cameroon-concord.com/politics/society/item/641-banned-on-gce-examiners-for-eating-with-fru-ndi-prime-minister-yang-told-to-step-in#sthash.cccLcs2h.dpuf
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