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Unraveling the Case of Sedrick Kasanda, alias King Shed: A Tale of Allegations, Espionage, and Aggravated Robbery

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In recent headlines, the case of Sedrick Kasanda, also known as King Shed, has captured the attention of the public and legal observers alike. Accused of both aggravated robbery involving a staggering US$5 million and espionage linked to a thwarted gold scandal, Kasanda finds himself at the center of a complex legal saga that raises questions about justice and accountability.

At the heart of the matter lies a series of allegations stemming from events that unfolded in August 2023. It is alleged that Kasanda, along with unidentified accomplices, committed aggravated robbery by wielding firearms and stealing a significant sum of money from Michel Adel Michel Botros, an Egyptian national. The prosecution contends that Kasanda, either directly or through coercion, used violence to prevent resistance during the purported robbery.

However, amidst these accusations of criminal activity, Kasanda’s legal team has raised concerns about his prolonged detention without bail and the delay in bringing him to trial. They argue that their client has been unfairly treated, deprived of his rights, and subjected to undue hardship during his time in custody.

Furthermore, the addition of espionage charges adds another layer of complexity to Kasanda’s legal predicament. Linked to a high-profile gold scandal involving Zambian and Egyptian nationals, these charges suggest involvement in illicit activities with potentially far-reaching consequences.

As the case progresses, it is imperative to ensure that due process is upheld, and justice is served fairly and impartially. The courts must carefully examine the evidence presented and afford Kasanda the opportunity to defend himself against the allegations levied against him.

Moreover, it is essential to consider the broader context surrounding the case, including the socioeconomic factors that may have influenced Kasanda’s alleged involvement in criminal activities. Addressing underlying issues such as poverty, inequality, and lack of opportunities can help prevent individuals from resorting to illegal means to achieve financial gain.

Ultimately, the outcome of Kasanda’s trial will not only determine his fate but also serve as a barometer of the justice system’s integrity and effectiveness. It is incumbent upon all stakeholders, including the judiciary, law enforcement agencies, and civil society, to ensure that the legal process is conducted transparently and in accordance with the principles of fairness and accountability.

In the pursuit of truth and justice, let us remain vigilant and steadfast in upholding the rule of law and protecting the rights of all individuals, including the accused. Only through a rigorous and impartial examination of the facts can we achieve a resolution that reflects the principles of justice and restores confidence in the legal system.

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5 SERVANTS OF GOD IN NIGERIA TO BE SOON DECLARED SAINTS ACCORDING TO THE CATHOLIC TRADITIONS AND RITUALS -FADA MENTOR

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In response to a question asked by a commentator on my Facebook post yesterday, Fada Mentor  now confirm that there are five ‘Servants of God’ on the path to sainthood in the Catholic Church in Nigeria.

Servant of God is the first of four stages before one is declared a Saint. The ‘Servants of God’ are:

1. Fr. Abraham Anselm Ojefua: founder of the Order of Knights of St Mulumba, died in 1988, aged 78.

2. Bishop Michael Eneja: third Bishop of Enugu Diocese from 1978 to 1996, died in 2008, aged 89.

3. Archbishop Gabriel Gonsum Ganaka: second Bishop and first Archbishop of Jos from 1974 until his death in 1999, aged 62.

4. Vivian Uchechi Ogu: 14-year old Catholic girl who resisted being sexually defiled by armed robbers and was killed (in Benin City archdiocese) in 2009. She is a native of Enyiogugu in Aboh Mbaise LGA of Imo State (Ahiara Diocese)

5. Fr. Aaron Ejikemeuwa Ekwu: priest of Awka Diocese, ordained in 1965 in Vienna Austria, served in Austria and Nigeria and died in a fatal car accident in 1989, aged 53.

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‘He Is In The Mortuary’ — Anambra Police Speaks On ‘Burying’ Junior Pope, Other Victims By The River Side.

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The Anambra State Police has reacted to the confusion surrounding the burial of the victims of the Anam boat mishap by the riverside.

According to the police, three of the deceased were buried by the riverside but actor Junior Pope and one other are still in the morgue.

The police added that one of those buried by the riverside has been exhumed and taken back to her state for burial.

Anambra State Police Command Public Relations Officer, SP Tochukwu Ikenga, said in a statement: “The Command on an inquiry about the unconfirmed information that the recovered bodies including Junior Pope were buried by the Riverside where the boat accident happened, discovered that three of the deceased Families accepted the victim should be buried beside the river.

“But later, the family of one of the victims decided to exhume the body to be given a proper burial in her State while the other two were still buried there.

“Also, Junior Pope and one other are still in the morgue and await the deceased family’s funeral arrangements, Please let’s be guided.

“Meanwhile, the producer of the movie and the two boat drivers’ Statements have been obtained, and other necessary actions/moves already emplaced by the Operatives as directed by the Commissioner of Police to determine the criminal liability of any person, if any, in the mishap.”

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The apology from Dunamis church so political and self-defensive

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The online Saga which has been trending a female law graduate of open university whom was a victim of embarrassment at they Dunamis church which has gain her popularity across Nigeria and Africa in a negative way.

The incident happened why the lady was given her testimony on how she graduated from national open university I means the challenges and financial difficulties she face while studying law at national open university.

Because of her unstructured grammar, the senior pastor of Dunamis church pastor Paul enenche stood up and the embarrass her by asking her private related request of the lady as of the time.

After all set and done the church has find out that the lady is a bonafide graduate of the said university and they have tendered an apology which looks so political and self-defenseive.

Below is a picture of the apology from the dunamis church.

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