Friday, 7 September 2018

"My greatest weakness is women" - Married Ghanaian pastor admits to adultery

A Ghanaian pastor has admitted to committing adultery and explained that he can't help it because women are his greatest weakness.

Prophet Nigel Gaisie, who is the leader and founder of True Fire Prophetic Ministries in Ghana, disclosed his weakness in a recent interview on Zylofon FM’s Taxi Driver show.
“My greatest weakness is women, they make advances at me all the time but, I try to remain focused,” he said.

However, he confessed to falling for this temptation sometimes, even though he's married and with children.
“I am hooked with a child but I have fallen for these temptations several times,” he said during the interview.
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Trump news: Mystery aide’s attack sparks questions about if 'idiot' President's own team are plotting to topple him

The hysteria of the screaming tweet brought to mind Kenneth Williams in all his camp Carry On glory.
Instead of Julius Caesar shouting “Infamy, infamy, they’ve all got it in for me” this was the most powerful man in the world shouting “TREASON” in block capitals.
And far from being funny, the mania behind it could put the whole planet in peril.
In 2016, the world was stunned by Donald Trump’s election victory, but only now, in the last 48 hours, has the opening act begun in a drama that could see America’s elected leader toppled.
The coup has not been launched by the US President’s opponents from across the political floor – they are much closer to home.
After Watergate journalist Bob Woodward revealed that Trump leads a “crazy town” administration, and an anonymous White House official claimed to be part of a “quiet resistance” in a New York Times op-ed, it is clear his presidency is starting to crumble.
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Photos: Tesla CEO, Elon Musk smokes 'weed' during Interview with Joe Rogan

Tesla CEO, Elon Musk appeared on "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast on Thursday night, where he discussed a wide range of topics including his tweeting behavior, his Boring Co.'s flamethrowers, and "neuralink" devices that could connect brains to computers.

During the interview, Elon Musk stunned his board of directors and indeed the world when he sipped whiskey and smoked marijuana during a 2 1/2-hour podcast.

“I’m not a regular smoker of weed,” he said as he took one drag from what Rogan described as a joint containing tobacco mixed with marijuana, which is legal in California.

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John Legend says Kanye West is 'serious' about becoming President and thinks Donald Trump has paved way to White House

Kanye West  is "serious" about running for President, according to his pal John Legend.
The rapper has dropped a number of hints that he'll campaign for the White House in 2024, and apparently reckons Donald Trump  has paved the way for him.
All Of Me singer John  says his friend believes if Trump can win, then so can he.
It means that sin just a few short years, we could see Kanye voted leader of the free world, and his wife Kim Kardeshian settling into her role as First Lady.
John, who was in London to attend the GQ Awards with wife Chrissy Teigen earlier this week, told The Sun: "He’s said it multiple times. Yeah, I think he’s serious.
"I’d guess he’d run as an independent, but he’s never told me anything about what party he would run from. But he’s said multiple times that he’s interested in running for president.
"And I think that’s part of why he likes Trump is because I think he sees some aspects of himself in Trump and sees that Trump winning makes it feel like he could do it too."
Back in April, Kanye tweeted then quickly deleted his biggest hint to datte that he'd run for President of the United States.
Dad-of-three Kanye shared a snap of five identical posters hanging up on a wall outside what looks to be a store or office building.
The pink posters featured a black and white image of his face, with the slogan "Keep America Great" above him.
And at the bottom, there was a hashtag that read "#Kanye2024"

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Parents whose baby died in a hotel room alone as they boozed in the bar tearfully admit 'it was terrible mistake'

A baby girl died after being left in a car seat overnight in a hotel room while her parents ‘socialised’, a serious case review heard.
Ten-week-old Savannah had been placed in a car seat in the upright position by her parents because a carry cot was ‘too heavy’ to carry up three flights of stairs.
The tot, known in the report as ‘Child M’, had been left in a room with her two siblings while her parents socialised downstairs in the hotel lounge.
An inquest heard Savannah girl was given a feed at 2.30am after being checked on by her parents - but was found dead in her car seat at 10am.
The parents had been known to authorities for their alcohol misuse problems.
Margaret Atherton, 36, and convicted criminal Steven Burke, 29, who lost two other children, say they’ve “been through hell” in a warning to others.
Margaret says she was hounded out of her home town of Wigan after the babies’ deaths.
Savannah was the third child of theirs to die in just 16 months, after the deaths of Jackson and Leyton at three days old and 16 months respectively .
Margaret sobbed as she told The Sun Online: “It was one mistake - a terrible mistake.”
Meanwhile Burke, an alcoholic with a criminal record spanning 13 years, admits he is haunted by the three deaths, saying: “It’s just wrong, plain and simple”.
Burke, 29, has admitted to downing 15 cans of lager a night.
He has split from Savannah’s mother.
The report read: “Child M’s death occurred in the morning, following the second night of the family’s holiday.
“The three youngest children were settled for the night in the attic bedroom.
“The twin infants were placed to sleep in their car seats which were
upright on the bottom bunk bed.
“The parents had planned to use a sleep system which included carry cots, but this was reported to be too heavy to carry up the three sets of stairs to the attic room.”
In July 2016 the family from Wigan, Greater Manchester. had travelled for a four-day holiday to Blackpool with a one-year-old and 10-week premature twins.
The twins had been placed in their car seats propped up on bunk beds.
But the unemployed dad didn’t hesitate to criticise his ex - who he has since had another child with.
Claiming she “drinks like a bloke”, he said: “I looked to her for
guidance. I’m no monster.”
It comes after the devastating mistakes of both parents were revealed - including their binge-drinking, chain-smoking chaotic lifestyle that saw them live in a cramped two-bed home with nine people.
Social service workers - who were aware of the parents’ alcohol misuse - said the dad would often “disappear for days on end”, leaving their family life “unstable”.
Following Savannah’s death, a criminal investigation was launched but neither parent was charged.
Wigan Safeguarding Children Board’s report said Child M had been born prematurely and was in the high risk category for “sudden and
unexpected infant death”.
A an inquest, the coroner reported a narrative verdict.
The following morning, after the discovery of the child’s body was
found police officers secured the hotel room as a possible crime scene and it was noted that empty cans of lager and beer bottles were present.
Margaret Atherton, who now lives in Blackburn, said: “We’ve had hell. It was one mistake, a terrible mistake. We kept going and checking on them and checking they were okay.
“With the first set of twins, one died in hospital and they put it
down to a few things due to prematurity and stuff like that.
“And then things happened with Savannah. Yeah. We shouldn’t have left her in a car seat and that.
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Wednesday, 5 September 2018

Kim Kardashian shuts down Drake affair rumours after Nick Cannon fuels speculation

Kim Kardeshian has shut down speculation that she had an affair with Drake.
The gossip mill went into overdrive when the Canadian rapper released the newest song from his Scorpion album.
In My Feelings, in which the star sings about a woman named 'Kiki', has sparked countless memes and speculation about who the mysterious Kiki could be.
The line 'Kiki, do you love me?' is repeated several times, and has led some fans to believe he's referring to reality queen Kim.
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Bob Woodward's Fear: 8 explosive moments from Donald Trump book

Donald Trump’s lawyer told him not to testify before the Russia inquiry, because if he did he’d end up in an “orange jumpsuit”, an explosive new book claims.
And the writer of the book has some experience in Presidents who face legal trouble.
The book - entitled Fear - is by Bob Woodward, one half of the Washington Post reporting team that played a key role in the downfall of President Richard Nixon over the Watergate scandal.
And Woodward’s account of the Trump White House is expected to be every bit as extraordinary.
Early extracts have been published in the Washington Post - here’s some of the highlights.
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Pastor arrested by the Police in Calabar for defiling his 7 year old daughter

This is Pastor Daniel Udoh, founder of "JESUS IS A BARRISTER CHURCH" in Akapabuyo, Cross River State.

He was arrested and paraded yesterday by the Police in Calabar for defiling his 7 year old daughter. He admitted to committing the crime adding that he was tempted... (BY WHO?)

His daughter is receiving treatment in an undisclosed medical facility for the bruises she got from the act.

God is indeed a patient God. He watches over all men and women, including this 'pastor'.

Source: Iwara U. Iwara of Calitown

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Trump news: Mueller will accept written answers from President in Russia probe - amid claims of 'failed practice interview'

Special Counsel Robert Mueller will accept written answers from Donald Trump on whether his campaign conspired with Russia to interfere in the 2016 US election.
However, Mueller is not ruling out a follow-up interview with the President, it emerged last night.
Mueller's offer to accept written responses from Trump was detailed in a letter that Trump's lawyers received on Friday, as first reported by the New York Times.
Trump's legal team and Mueller's investigators have been negotiating for months over whether Trump will be formally interviewed in the probe.
After receiving the written responses, Mueller's investigators would decide on a next step, which could include an interview with Trump, the person said.
The news came amid claims Trump's lawyer John Dowd staged a practice session in case the President was called to interview with Mueller.
Trump was reportedly so bad under tough questioning from his own lawyer, Dowd told the President: “Don’t testify. It’s either that or an orange jumpsuit.”
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APC Presidential aspirants to pay N45m for nomination forms, governorship aspirants 22.5m

The ruling party APC has announced that presidential aspirants for the 2019 election in its party will pay N45 million to obtain the party’s Expression of Interest and Nomination forms while state governorship aspirants are to pick up the forms for N22.5m.

This was disclosed by the National Organising Secretary of the party, Emma Ibediro. In a schedule released yesterday, Ibediro stated that all aspirants are to pick up the forms before they can stand a chance of contesting in the direct primary slated for September 20th.

According to the statement, for the presidential aspirants, the Expression of Interest form costs N5 million and the Nomination form N40 million. The party said there shall be no separate charge for the vice-presidential aspirants and also announced a 50 per cent discount for female and physically challenged aspirants, for all positions.

Aspirants for the governorship posts would pay N22.5 million for both expression of Interest and the Nomination forms. While the latter costs N20 million, the expression of interest form costs N2.5 million.

House of Assembly aspirants would pay N850,000.

Aspirants into the House of Representatives would pay N3.8million and the Senate N7million.
Ibediro said the sale of Nomination and Expression of Interest forms for all elective offices would commence today Wednesday September 5th and would  end on Septemebr 10th. All forms are expected to be submitted not later than Wednesday September 12th.

The party’s congress would hold on Sept.12 nationwide to elect delegates for its primaries.
September 13th-14th has also been fixed to hear appeals that may arise from the congress, while September 15th-18th would be for screening of aspirants that purchased forms.
“All forms are to be collected and submitted on or before Wednesday Sept.12, 2018,” he said

Appeals that may arise from the screening of aspirants would be heard on September 19th-20th.

Presidential primaries would hold on Sept.20 while appeal that may arise from the conduct would be heard on September 22nd. September 25th has been fixed for the party’s governorship primaries to elect governorship candidates for the election, while Sept. 26th-27th had also been fixed as a day for hearing of appeal that may arise from the conduct.

September 28th to 30th had been fixed for hearing of appeals that may arise from all legislative primaries.

The party announced that October 6th had been fixed for the National Convention to ratify the party’s candidate for the 2019 Presidential election.

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