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A trumpet calls to the few and true Celestians

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…Celestial will live but the Church will die!

This is not a doomsday prophecy but the evolving reality and fact as will be explained or offered in the following perspective.

The unfolding words will powerfully resonate within all true celestians, especially those who sense, within that there is a yawning gap, a spiritual stagnation and the receding effect of retrogression-disintegration in what today is observed in the literal body of Celestial Church of Christ.

And the problem as many think is not about having or not having a pastor or multiple pastors. It is not about what Prophet SBJ Oshoffa is quoted to have said or not. It is not the prophets or choristers who have failed.

It is simply that no leader will ever be able to direct the church or the former spiritual mission-mandate, since no leader currently on earth is prenatally prepared to anchor or further such a delicate and tenured mission from the Light. By the Law of the cycle of creation, that cycle is closed.

It is therefore natural that the church has, having reached its climax, decay sets in because no leader has been prenatally-gifted and prepared to take the course/advance the spiritual needs of the people of the church.

What will live is CELESTIAL- the Power from the celestial heights will live because it is living and just like the mandate that gave rise to the church, it has already been withdrawn and preserved.

What is left, is an intellectual edifice, a leftover or remnant of supra-earathly power, sufficient to cause a stir here and there and apparently nourished and sustained by the collective will of the church occupants especially the very old faithful members who witnessed the golden power-filled era.

The church expansion or apparent growth is but a false brightness, a twinkling of a Dying Star. The Celestial Mandate of saving the souls from the clutches of witches and wizards, and by large the Darkness, through the founder, prophets and inspired music has been fulfilled but the prophecy of the last boat of salvation failed.

IMANUEL -God with Us-, the Holy Spirit, the eternal mediator has come (CCC hymn 578), has called but his call to the chosen ones which the boat (because they will be few in number) should have carried to Him, did not sail because the sail-bridge became broken and now is even cut off.

To all those who are faithful in the fold and searching, seek your eternal salvation elsewhere as the golden era cannot return. Seek the Truth Not in a prophet/church/sect but “innerly,” to the Almighty-

OBA IMOLE.

Each one is now for himself, no one can help him/her in this urgent race. Salvation or Death is where we are now. Again the Call, No prophet/shepherd can help, they do not know the way anymore, those who once knew can’t find it. Yes, here and there prayers are still answered, visions are still seen but this is not dependent on any or a type of church or sect but by Law, the ever active Laws of Creation.

Have we not seen the prayers of many of the so-called unbelievers answered? Even faster and lasting than believers ? For does the rain not fall on believers and unbelievers alike? Are there no seers even in non-Christian or non celestial fold? Vision or prophets are not the exclusive right of one denomination or religion. It is a natural gift from above.

Again the end of days we are in on earth calls loudly to the individual to make his or her effort to find the Truth that saves especially as the ARK which could have taken the few chosen ones has been ridden with holes and it will no longer sail to the expected destination.

He whose spiritual ears are still active should listen to this warning call. Grab the lifeboat offered, exit the Ark and sail to a temporary anchor but with the earnest prayer that you may find the needed rescue-help.

It is hoped that such earnest ones will find help.

Consequently, He who reads, absorbs and resonates with the words of this text has a natural obligation to share with those he feels will benefit also. They are few, very few.

May all those who seek, find.

OROyanmi. [email protected].

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Kano Court sacks Ganduje as APC Chairman

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The Kano State High Court has sacked Abdullahi Ganduje as the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

The Court granted an ex parte order restraining the Ganduje from parading himself as a member of the party.

Subsequently, the court ordered that henceforth, Ganduje should desist from presiding over all affairs of the National Working Committee of the APC.

The application granted by Justice Usman Na’abba on Tuesday followed an ex parte motion filed by Dr. Ibrahim Sa’ad on behalf of two executive members of Ganduje’s ward, Dawakin-Tofa Local Government Area, the Assistant Secretary, Laminu Sani and Legal Adviser, Haladu Gwanjo (plaintiffs), who were part of the nine ward executives who suspended Ganduje on Monday.

The court directed the four parties (respondents) joined in the matter, including the APC, NWC, APC Kano State Working Committee, and Ganduje, to henceforth, maintain status quo ante belum as of April 15, 2024, pending the hearing and determination of the substantive suit on April 30, 2024.

Justice Na’abba, also held as prayed, stopped State Working Committee APC Kano from interfering with the legally and validly considered decision of executives of Ganduje ward, essentially on action endorsed by a two-thirds majority of the executives as provided by the party constitution.

The ex parte order read, “An order is hereby granted directing all parties in the suit APC (first), APC National Working Committee (second), Kano State Working Committee APC (third), Dr. Abdullah Umar Ganduje (fourth), to maintain status quo ante belum as of April 15, 2024.

“The order thereby restraining the first respondent (APC) from recognising the fourth respondent (Ganduje) as a member of APC and prohibiting the fourth respondent (Ganduje) from presiding over any affairs of the NWC and restraining the state Working Committee from interfering with the legally and validly decision of the ward executives of Ganduje ward.

“That the fourth respondent (Ganduje) is prohibited from parading himself as a member of APC or doing any act that may portray him or seem to be a member of APC pending the hearing and determination of the substantive suit.”

Nine members of the Ganduje ward proclaimed the suspension of the National Chairman of the APC over the allegation of corruption slammed on him by the Kano State Government.

The nine APC executives said they were prompted to act following a petition written by one Ja’afaru Adamu, a member of the APC from the National Chairman’s polling unit.

In the petition, Adamu complained over allegations of corruption charges against the former governor just as he urged the ward leaders to investigate the matter to redeem the dented image of the party and the implication on President Bola Tinubu’s fight against corruption.

Although the chairman and secretary of the ward failed to act on the petition filed on April 8, 2024, nine members of the executives, led by the legal adviser, acted upon the petition, a decision that led to Ganduje’s suspension.

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Ogun Assembly passes Assembly Commission Amendment bill

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The Ogun House of Assembly on Wednesday passed the State House of Assembly Service Commission (Amendment) Bill, 2024.

The passage of the bill followed  presentation of the Committee’s report by the Chairman, House Committee on Establishments and Public Service Matters, Mr Babatunde Tella at plenary in Abeokuta.

Tella moved the motion for its adoption, seconded by Mr Adeyanju Adegoke and supported by all the members.

The bill was later read and adopted clause by clause before the Committee of Whole.

The Majority Leader, Mr Yusuf Sheriff, moved the motion for the third reading of the bill, seconded by the Minority Leader, Mr Lukmon Adeleye and supported by the Whole House through a unanimous voice vote.

Consequently, the Deputy Clerk of the House, Mrs Funmilayo Adeyemi, took the third reading of the bill before the lawmakers.

The Speaker, Mr Oludaisi Elemide, directed that the clean copy of the bill be forwarded to Gov. Dapo Abiodun for his assent.

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Abuja court gives EFCC go-ahead to arrest ex-Kogi Governor, Yahaya Bello

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A Federal High Court, Abuja, on Wednesday, ordered that a warrant be issued to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for immediate arrest of former Governor of Kogi, Alhaji Yahaya Bello.

Justice Emeka Nwite, in a ruling on EFCC’s ex-parte motion, held that after listening to the submission of commission’s counsel, Rotimi Oyedepo, SAN, and reading the affidavit in support of the motion, including the exhibits and written address, he was inclined to grant the application.

It was earlier reported that a High Court sitting in Lokoja on Wednesday, restrained the EFCC from arresting, detaining and prosecuting Bello

Justice I.A Jamil, who gave the order in a two-hour judgment delivered in suit no HCL/68/M/2020, held that infringing on Bello’s “fundamental human rights is null and void.”

The judge, who dismissed the commission’s application challenging the jurisdiction of the court, said: “By this order, the EFCC is hereby restrained from arresting, detaining and prosecuting the applicant.

“This is a definite order following the earlier interim injunction given.”

However, in a ruling delivered by Justice Nwite on Wednesday, the judge ordered that a warrant be issued to the commission for Bello’s immediate arrest.

He also directed that the former governor be produced before the court on April 18 for arraignment.

“It is hereby ordered as follows:

“That an order of this honourable court is hereby made directing and/or issuing a warrant for the immediate arrest of the defendant for the purpose of bringing him before this honourable court for arraignment.

“That case is adjourned to 18th day of April, 2024 for arraignment,” he declared.

NAN reports that the EFCC, in the motion ex-parte marked: FHC/ABJ/CR/98/2024 dated April 16 and filed April 17, sought six orders.

These include “an order granting leave to the complainant/applicant to effect service of the charge together with the proof of evidence on the defendant by substituted means to wit; by pasting the charge at the last known address of the defendant within the jurisdiction of this honourable court being: 9, Benghazi Street, Wuse Zone 4, Abuja.

“An order directing and/or issuing an arrest warrant for the immediate arrest of the defendant for the purpose of bringing him before this honourable court for arraignment.”

In the alternative, the anti-graft agency sought an order issuing and directing the publishing of a public summons requiring/ commanding the defendant to appear before the court on a named date, among others.

The conflicting orders came after the EFCC had appealed against the initial order, and the appeal was scheduled for hearing on April 22 in Appeal No: CA/ABJ/CV/175/2024 between EFCC and Alhaji Yahaya Bello.

The Yahaya Bello Media Office had, in a statement signed by Onogwu Mohammed, alerted the nation to a siege on the former Governor’s Abuja residence.

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