Eid el-Kabir: Zango Kataf monarch preaches peace, begs subjects to end hostilities
The paramount ruler, Atyap chiefdom, Agwaatyap, Dominic Gambo Yahaya has pleaded with his subjects to forget the past and live happily with one another.
His call followed his worries over the frequent crisis in his domain and the need for indigenes to live peacefully among themselves, especially the Fulanis and natives.
A statement issued by the Monarch, on Tuesday, recalled that, since the past two weeks, several villages within his jurisdiction have suffered untold crises leading to the loss of lives and properties.
He pleaded with his subjects to cease fire and be law-abiding saying that, his palace is open to receive complaints and settle all manner of grievances.
While he urged them to always report, any grievances for a peaceful settlement, the monarch told his subjects that he welcomes good suggestions, on how to end the carnage in his domain
His words: “these attacks led to the loss of many lives and properties in my Chiefdom with many of the people languishing in Internally Displaced Camps(IDPs).
“This is most unfortunate and very painful to me despite our collective sacrifices and peace Initiative I personally brokered.”
He commended the Atyap Chiefdom Peace and Security Partnership Committee, Atyap Chiefdom Council members and elders, military, paramilitary agencies, District Heads, Village Heads and the youth for toeing the part of peace and working tirelessly to ensure that the situation did not get worse.
The Monarch urged them to sustain the peace efforts in his domain.
The monarch who congratulated the Muslim Ummah in his chiefdom on the celebration of Eid El Kabir festival, also, called on his subjects to restrain from hostilities and remain calm to allow peace to reign.
He also called on the Kaduna State Government, the tiers of Government to strengthen the security apparatus in his chiefdom and support the displaced people by rehabilitating their burnt houses and other losses.
Andre Onana of Cameroon retires from International football after fallout with management
Andre Onana of Inter Milan has announced his retirement from the Cameroonian national team following a squabble with coach Rigobert Song during the World Cup.
Despite a late winner against Brazil in Group G, the Indomitable Lions did not advance beyond the Group stage.
The Lions conceded three goals without Onana, but only one from his fellow Cameroonian native, Breel Embolo, while he was in goal.
The disagreement between the Cameroonian legend and the goalkeeper was over Onana’s goalkeeping style.
Back at club level, the 26-year-old comes out more and plays like an 11th man for the team, giving him more touches on the ball.
Rigobert demanded that Onana play a more traditional keeping style, which means he comes out less, but Onana refuses to change his game.
“After endless hours of training, endless trips, and a lot of perseverance, I can proudly say that I have fulfilled my great dream,” Onana wrote on his social media pages.
“But every story, however beautiful it may be, has to end. And my story with the Cameroonian national team has come to an end.
“Players come and go, names are fleeting, but Cameroon comes before any person or player.
“Cameroon remains eternal and so does my love for the national team and for our people who have always supported us”
“My feeling will never change. My Cameroonian heart will continue to beat and wherever I go I will always fight to lift the flag of Cameroon as high as possible.”
Onana returned home after only appearing in the Indomitable Lions’ first match against Switzerland.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin sends chilling threat, says ‘Satan 2″ missile is ready for launch.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned that a new “Satan II” hypersonic missile will be ready for deployment in the near future.
Putin, who has promised to provide his Russian troops with whatever they require to win the war in Ukraine, has revealed little in terms of strategy as his invasion of the neighbouring country continues.
The hypersonic Sarmat missile, codenamed Satan II, is expected to be added to the Kremlin’s arsenal in the coming year.
Each Satan II warhead is thought to be capable of carrying up to ten nuclear warheads at five times the speed of sound and with a range of 12,000 miles.
Putin insisted on providing troops with the latest weapons during a televised end-of-year meeting with Moscow’s military chiefs.
He also chastised NATO, claiming that western leaders were prolonging the conflict by providing military assistance to Ukraine.
While Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that the country’s nuclear forces must be assured of combat readiness, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu revealed that the speed with which new weapons reach troops has improved.
Putin backed Shoigu’s suggestion to increase Russia’s military force to around 1.5million people, adding that the Russian military changes would be done “calmly” and “won’t be rushed”.
“What is happening is of course a tragedy, our common tragedy, but it is not a result of our policy, but third countries who have always striven for this, the disintegration of the Russian world… to a certain extent they succeeded, and pushed us to the line where we are now.”
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Priest exposed for inviting 2 nuns for “holy trinity” threesome
A priest has been accused of forming a “holy” trio with two nuns in order to imitate the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Marko Ivan Rupnik, 68, is believed to have invited two nuns to join him in the act and allegedly used “psycho-spiritual” methods of control to coerce his victims into having sex with him and watching porn.
At the time of the alleged incidents, Rupnik was the spiritual director of a Slovenian convent.
The former nun who accused him, now 58, said she complained about the violations at the time but was ignored for years.
“Father Marko started slowly and sweetly getting inside my psychological and spiritual world, exploiting my uncertainties and fragility and using my relationship with God to push me into sexual experiences with him,” the former nun told the Italian investigative newspaper Domani on Sunday.
“It was a true violation of conscience,” she added.
From 1987 to 1994, when she was a sister at the convent, Rupnik groomed her and took her virginity before using bullying tactics to keep her silent.
She asserted Rupnik requested that she and another nun have sex with him in order to recreate the three-way relationship between God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit.
She does not believe she is alone in experiencing clergyman abuse. She believes he abused up to 20 women.
“He should’ve been stopped 30 years ago,” said the nun.
The Jesuit order has called for other victims to come forward in response to the unnamed nun’s claims, saying, “You will be listened to with understanding and empathy.”
This latest accusation is just the most recent in a long line of allegations levelled against Rupnik.
Rupnik, a well-known artist in the Church, was accused of sexual misconduct in Slovenia in the 1990s, but the allegations were only recently made public.
In response to the allegations, the priest’s order stated that the Vatican investigated Rupnik but determined that the statute of limitations applied, which meant that too much time had passed from the alleged offence date for legal proceedings to begin, and that Rupnik would not be punished.
Days after the investigation, in May 2020, Rupnik was reportedly excommunicated – that is, he was barred from participating in Church services – for committing a serious sin in the Church: using a confessional to absolve a woman with whom he had sexual relations.
After Rupnik repented, the excommunication was lifted a month later.
Reverend Johan Verschueren, Rupnik’s boss, issued an appeal for additional information or claims against Rupnik on Sunday, December 18, 2022, saying he wanted to clarify some questions raised by the new allegations.
“My main concern in all of this is for those who have suffered, and I invite anyone who wishes to file a new complaint or discuss existing complaints to contact me,” he said.