Apostle Suleman replies witches group that challenged him to heal Covid-19 patients &-8211; this Article or News was published on this date:2020-04-29 10:45:12 kindly share it with friends if you find it helpful
The General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman has responded after Leo Igwe, the director of Advocacy for Alleged Witches (AFAW), challenged him to treat just one COVID-19 patient and get a reward of $1,000.
Igwe had challenged Suleman after the cleric came out to challenge other men of God to proceed to isoaltion centers and heal patients suffering from the coronavirus disease.
Leo had written
“I am challenging the founder of Omega Ministries, Apostle Suleman, to demonstrate his so-called gift of healing under agreed medical and scientific conditions. I ask Suleman to heal a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 and get a thousand US dollars.
“This challenge has become necessary because Apostle Suleman has in a recent video urged the government of Nigeria to allow him and other pastors with the gift of healing into the isolation centers so that they could pray and heal those who have been infected by the virus.”
Apostle Suleman took to Twitter to respond to Leo Igwe’s challenge.
“A certain Leo igwe says I should heal covid19 and get a 1000 dollars..I will send you the details of those already healed.. so you can investigate.. I am not the healer, God is…to mention 1000 dollars, shows you are broke and poor..keep it..you need the money than me..”
Why I stabbed my mother in-law to death- Lady tells police &-8211; this Article or News was published on this date:2020-04-29 10:45:02 kindly share it with friends if you find it helpful
The 37-year-old lady, Fatima who was arrested by the Police in Niger for stabbing her mother-in-law to death, has given reason for her action.
Fatima was arrested on Monday for stabbing the old woman, Aishatu Umaru, to death in Niger state.
Fatima and her husband, Sani Umaru had a misunderstanding on April 23, which led to a divorce.
An unremorseful Fatima told the police during interrogation, that she decided to stab her mother in-law because the deceased never liked her and did not give her peace since she got married to her son.
”Since I came into that family, I have not known anything called peace. Every day is punctuated with my mother-in-law’s trouble. There is nothing I did that pleased her and I decided to stab her to death so that everything would be over.
I know I have done something that even Allah will not forgive me, but let the law take its course. Since she did not want me to have peace in my matrimonial home, Allah will not set her free.” she said
She is currently in police custody and will be charged to court soon.
Popular Indian actor Irrfan Khan is dead, aged 53 &-8211; this Article or News was published on this date:2020-04-29 09:13:05 kindly share it with friends if you find it helpful
Irrfan Khan, the Indian-born actor who achieved considerable success in both Bollywood and the west, is dead, aged 53.
He had been admitted to the intensive care unit of Mumbai’s Kokilaben hospital on Tuesday with a colon infection.
“It’s saddening that this day, we have to bring forward the news of him passing away,” read a statement from Khan’s PR agency, Hardly Anonymous Communications. “Irrfan was a strong soul, someone who fought till the very end and always inspired everyone who came close to him.”
Khan, one of India’s best-known and most beloved actors, revealed in March 2018 that he had been diagnosed with a rare neuroendocrine tumor — an abnormal growth that begin in the body’s specialized neuroendocrine cells, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Best known to English-speaking audiences as the police inspector in Slumdog Millionaire, Khan was also a Bollywood mainstay, acting in hits such as Haider and Hindi Medium.
Khan was born Saahabzaade Irfan Ali Khan in Jaipur in 1966, the son of a tyre seller, and went to drama school after failing as a cricketer.
He struggled to make headway in the film industry, despite being cast in a small role as a letter writer in Mira Nair’s 1988 Salaam Bombay! – to his frustration he only managed to find regular work in low-grade TV soap operas. “I came into this industry to tell stories and do cinema and I was stuck in television,” he told the Guardian in 2013.
Khan’s breakthrough role came from an unlikely source: the feature debut of then-unknown British director Asif Kapadia, whose low budget samurai-esque tale The Warrior was shot in India. Released in 2002, The Warrior was selected for the prestigious San Sebastián film festival and won the Bafta award for best British film.
Khan subsequently broke into mainstream Indian films, often playing cops or villains – including the title role of Maqbool, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth set in the Mumbai underworld. More orthodox Bollywood productions followed, such as Rog and the slice-of-life musical Life in a … Metro.
Khan also maintained a parallel career in British-American cinema: he played the chief of police in Michael Winterbottom’s A Mighty Heart, and another police man in Slumdog Millionaire, which won eight Oscars. Later roles saw him become a reliable standby character actor in big-budget
Hollywood films, playing a doctor in The Amazing Spider-Man in 2012 and businessmen in Jurassic World (2015) and Inferno (2016). In 2012 he also played the adult version of the lead character in another Oscar-winner: Life of Pi, directed by Ang Lee.
Meanwhile, Khan found box-office success with the Indian-produced art film The Lunchbox, in which he played an accountant who strikes up a letter-writing romance with unhappy housewife Nimrat Kaur. Khan also continued his high Bollywood profile with significant roles in the Amitabh Bachchan comedy Piku and Hindu Medium, as a rich businessman trying to get his daughter into a good school.
Khan is survived by his wife, Sutapa Sikdar, and sons Babil and Ayan.