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Apostle Suleman Blasts Police, Gives Details on Attackers’ Identity

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The senior pastor and general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has claimed that he is responsible for mobilising the police to go after those who attacked him and his family back in October 2022.

Delivering a recent sermon, Apostle Suleman told his church members that he worked with three different police units to achieve results.

The controversial cleric further stated that the suspect, Yusuf Isah, paraded by the police on Thursday was arrested in May 2023.

“October there was an attempt, you all saw the attempt, and when the attempt came I told myself I wasn’t going to rest till we get them arrested. I started with a group of officers, they were not fast so I moved to the next group, they were not fast, and I moved to another set, you see now, police are taking the credit for something that someone mobilized them to do,” the fiery preacher said.

“If I wasn’t serious they won’t get those guys, they can take the credit, it is fine but I said I was going to pursue them and find them, they were deadly guys. They don’t use phone calls, they use telegram, so to track them was a little bit difficult. The guy you saw in the video is a sniper.

“They caught him in Akure. You will be shocked that we caught him two months ago, you are just hearing it now. We were using him to get all the information we needed to get.”

On the identity of those who carried out the attack, Suleman disclosed that they are also involved in kidnapping, adding that they are the same gang that abducted a man (Baba Petrol) in the town where he was attacked.

Even more, Suleman alleged that they “were the group that attacked the mother of the Kogi State governor as well.”

According to him, “Six of them are from Kogi State, one is a Fulani. That is not my interest, my interest is who sent you?”

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#SaferKwara: Governor AbdulRazaq Meets Army Chief

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Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq receives Commander 22 Armoured Brigade Ilorin Brigade General Adebayo Abdulrahman Babalola at Government House, Ilorin.

During the visit, the Governor explored strategies for strengthening security in the state with the Army chief.

Military personnel have made several efforts to dislodge security threats from the state.

The Army chief reiterated that the operations will be sustained to keep the state safer for peaceful and law-abiding residents.

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Football is coming home! UK & Republic of Ireland set to host Euro 2028 as Turkey withdraw bid

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The United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland look set to host Euro 2028 after the Turkish FA withdrew its bid to host the tournament.

The Turkish FA has officially withdrawn its bid to host Euro 2028 in order to focus on its plan to co-host the tournament with Italy in 2032. UEFA has now approved the joint proposal, which was first announced in July.

Turkey’s withdrawal from the 2028 bidding process means that the UK and Republic of Ireland’s bid will now run unopposed. Wembley Stadium hosted the semi-finals and final of the delayed 2020 European Championship, but the UK has not hosted an entire major tournament since 1996.

Both bids will require official approval at a meeting of UEFA’s executive committee on Tuesday. An official statement from UEFA read: “The presentations at that meeting will be an important part of the process which will take due consideration of the content of the bid submissions before reaching a decision.”

If approved, then Euro 2028 will be hosted in the UK and Ireland. Among the ten proposed stadiums are Wembley Stadium, Hampden Park and the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, as well as the currently unbuilt Bramley Moore Dock stadium in Liverpool and Casement Park in Belfast

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Messi makes decision on when he will leave Inter Miami

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Lionel Messi has reportedly decided where he will end his playing career, but it won’t be in Miami or Barcelona.

Messi’s Inter Miami contract is set to expire in 2025, at which point – according to El Nacional – he will look to return to boyhood club Newell’s Old Boys in his native Argentina. There is an option for the World Cup winner to extend his deal with Miami for an extra year, but the report states that he wants to retire in his homeland.

Messi left Barcelona in 2021 after more than two decades at the club, having joined the Spanish giants from Newell’s as a 13-year-old. He snubbed a return to Camp Nou when he left Paris Saint-Germain over the summer, and it now looks like a fairy tale return to Barca is never going to happen.

Messi scored 10 goals in his first seven games for David Beckham’s Miami franchise, but he has spent the past month injured. He will play a farewell match at Barcelona at some point, even if he does not return to play for the club

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