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A Church Marriage Is Just An Uneconomical Use Of Money – by Reno Omokri

  You had a wedding in church. You did not have a marriage. What you did in church is not better than an owambe. It is not even necessary. A marriage is a family affair. That is why, in almost every country on Earth, marriage is under family law. Please assume I am lying age fact-check me. No priest, pastor or reverend has ANY business with marriage. Once your family accepts the union, you are married. It is only the girl's father that has authority to say, 'I now pronounce you husband and wife'. Any church doing that is just an interloper. From there, you simply have to register it in a marriage registry. A church marriage is just an uneconomical use of money. It is not unnecessary. The word church is even unknown to the original Scripture and Bible. I know that many of us, as Black people, are fond of reading one thing and understanding another. I am not saying that the word church is not in your English translation of the Bible. What I am telling you is that it is not in
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Power of Voice

CRITICAL THINKING: POWER OF  VOICE Using one's voice to speak out against injustice is a powerful and essential tool for creating positive change in society. When individuals raise their voices collectively to address and confront injustices, they can bring attention to issues that may otherwise go unnoticed or unaddressed. Voices speaking out against injustice can serve as a catalyst for change by shedding light on systemic problems, discrimination, and inequalities. Whether it's through protests, social media campaigns, or advocacy work, the power of voice can amplify marginalized perspectives and push for reforms in policies and practices. History is filled with examples of how the power of voice has been instrumental in driving social progress. From civil rights movements to environmental activism, individuals and communities have used their voices to challenge oppressive systems, demand equality, and advocate for a more just and equitable society.% By speaking out against


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  I have received yet another disheartening news of the killing of five soldiers by suspected militants of the proscribed terrorist organization, IPOB. The slain soldiers were on peacekeeping duty in Aba, Abia State on Thursday when they were murdered, just two months after a similar tragic incident happened in Okuama in Delta state. These unwarranted barbaric and evil acts stand condemned and should never be condoned and tolerated in our country. Our soldiers and the police have the onerous duty to protect all of us from aggressors and non state actors. Hundreds of them have paid the ultimate price in fulfilment of their duty, while some have experienced the indignity of being manhandled by the people they protect. They surely do not deserve the mindless attacks by unruly elements in our society. The federal government will come down heavily against those who have made it a habit to needlessly attack the officers and men of our armed forces. On no account should anyone, under any gu

Father Blessing: Your First Salary Is For Your Parents, Not Pastor, Says Kanayo

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Just In: Nigerian Emerges First Black Woman To Bag PhD In Robotics At Michigan Varsity

  A Nigerian woman, Oluwami Dosunmu-Ogunbi, has made history as the first black woman to bag a PhD in Robotics at the University of Michigan in the United States. Speaking at the university's College of Engineering convocation, Dosunmu-Ogunbi, a daughter of Nigerian immigrants, spoke on the support she received in realising her aspirations. She said, "I do not stand here on my own two feet alone. None of us got here by our individual merit alone, whether it be teacher, friends, family, mentors, or role models, we each have one or multiple people to whom we are grateful for making this moment possible." She added that she wants to be remembered as the University of Michigan's first black woman to get a PhD in Robotics and she wants to use her knowledge in engineering to improve the lives of others.

Bayer Leverkusen Crowned Champions Of Bundesliga, Ending Bayern Munich’s Reign

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