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Look at Successful Christian Leaders Who Have Divorced – Charles Awuzie

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A recent statement made by Nigerian South African-based entrepreneur and tech guru, Charles Awuzie, has sparked discussions within the Christian community about the complexities of divorce and forgiveness within the context of religious beliefs. Awuzie’s assertion challenges the conventional interpretation of biblical teachings on divorce, particularly in light of the divorces of several successful Christian leaders.

In his statement, Awuzie highlights a list of prominent Christian leaders who have experienced divorce, including names like Kathryn Kuhlman, Kenneth Copeland, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams, and Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, among others. These individuals, despite their success and influence within the Christian community, have gone through divorces, some even multiple times.

The revelation of these divorces raises questions about the implications for these leaders’ spiritual standing and eternal salvation, according to traditional interpretations of Christian doctrine. Awuzie provocatively asks whether these leaders, by divorcing their spouses, are deemed guilty of sin and destined for hellfire, as some interpretations of biblical teachings suggest.

Furthermore, Awuzie delves into the notion of forgiveness within Christianity and its application in situations of divorce. He suggests that the doctrine of forgiveness should extend to individuals who have experienced divorce, especially in cases of abuse or irreconcilable differences. Awuzie posits that individuals in such circumstances should not be condemned but rather offered the opportunity for redemption and a fresh start.

The statement by Awuzie sheds light on the nuanced relationship between religious doctrine, personal choices, and societal perceptions. It challenges the notion of a one-size-fits-all approach to moral judgments and encourages a more compassionate and understanding perspective.

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EFCC’s  Judgment on Cubana Chief Priest Just a Fine and Step Against Naira Abuse

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In a recent judgment by Justice Kehinde Ogundare of the Federal High Court in Lagos, the case against Okechukwu Pascal, popularly known as Cubana Chief Priest, has set a precedent in the fight against Naira abuse. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) brought three counts against him, focusing on the desecration of Nigeria’s legal tender.

The EFCC, acting under Section 14(2) of its Establishment Act of 2004, compounded the offenses by imposing a fine of N10,000,000 (Ten Million Naira). This amount far exceeds the standard penalty of N50,000 (Fifty Thousand Naira) for such infractions, showcasing the Commission’s commitment to deterring future violations.

This significant fine came as a result of a request by the defense counsel, Chikaosolu Ojukwu, SAN, for the offenses to be compounded under the said section of the EFCC Act. The court’s decision also mandates Cubana Chief Priest to spearhead an extensive awareness campaign against the abuse of Naira notes and coins as stipulated by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Act.

As part of his penalty, Cubana Chief Priest is required to post a minimum of two video clips bi-monthly on his social media platforms, promoting the proper handling of the Naira and discouraging any form of abuse. This unique form of punishment aims not only at penalizing him but also at educating the public and preventing future offenses.

The EFCC’s Special Task Force against Naira Abuse and the Dollarization of the economy remains vigilant. This judgment should serve as a wake-up call for all Nigerians to uphold the sanctity of the Naira and avoid any actions that could undermine the nation’s legal tender.

For more stories and updates, visit [www.efcc.gov.ng](http://www.efcc.gov.ng).

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When Is Hamster Kombat Token Launching date?: Here’s the Latest Update

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The official roadmap of Hamster Kombat indicates that access to the exchanges is planned for June 2024. This aligns with the game’s rapid growth and the development team’s strategy to expand its reach within the crypto ecosystem.

What This Means for Players
Increased Accessibility: The listing will make $HMSTR more accessible to a broader audience, allowing for trading and investment opportunities.
Enhanced Game Experience: The integration of $HMSTR into the game’s economy is expected to enhance the overall player experience.


Community Engagement: The distribution of tokens to active community members is a move to reward players for their engagement and loyalty.


How to Prepare for the Listing


Stay Informed: Keep an eye on official announcements from Hamster Kombat and TON for the latest updates.
Check Eligibility: Players should check their eligibility for the HMSTR supplying pool to participate in the token distribution.


Link Wallets: Ensure your TON wallet is linked and ready for the upcoming listing.

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I am scared, people are using guns like phones here in America – Portable cries out

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Nigerian singer Portable has cried out in fear over his recent observation in America.

The singer, in a video captured online, revealed that American citizens are always carrying guns like phones in their pockets. According to him, those who have been coming to welcome him into the country and greet him have been coming with guns.

He expressed fear that he could end up being killed should he engage in an argument with any of them. However, he remains strong that nothing can happen to him.

Whatever that makes portable a Yoruba Guy and as well as a Nigerian mafia to be afraid of gun in the United States of America must be a top 10 don’t you think so because the Yoruba people will know are always known to be working with a body IP known as Odeshi(anti bullets).

But if I’m to suggest I will suggest that the president of the United States of America should look into how individuals abroad list down because that is a very deadly weapon.

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