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Pope demotes two cardinals accused of sexual abuse









Pope Francis has demoted two cardinals facing allegations of sexual abuse.

According to the Vatican, the Cardinals were removed from the Pope's inner circle. Australia's George Pell and Chile's Francisco Javier Errazuriz will no longer sit on the Council of Cardinals, set up by the pope as an international advice body.

Both demoted cardinals were absent from the last meeting of the group in September.

A spokesperson said the Pope wrote to them both in October to thank them.

Cardinal George Pell, who remains the Vatican treasurer, faces trial on sexual abuse charges in Australia. He strenuously denies the accusations.





Cardinal Pell



Cardinal Francisco Javier Errazuriz, from Chile, has been accused of covering up alleged child abuse while serving as Archbishop of Santiago. He too denies the accusations.
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"The only woman I truly loved" Heartbroken man writes touching epistle as he professes his love for his ex who is about to get married to another man

















A heartbroken man has taken to Facebook to write an epistle professing his love for his ex who is about to get married to someone else.



Akan Greatness Udom, a popular Facebook user amongst those in his circle, narrated how he met Ufan, how their relationship blossomed, and his shock at being told that she will be getting married soon to someone else.

Her traditional wedding holds today while her church wedding is on Saturday.







Yesterday, Akan professed his love for her one last time on Facebook as he poured out his heart. His epistle is quite interesting to read.

Below is what he wrote:


Tributes to the Only Love I Truly Had!

Ufan,

Putting this out has been one of the toughest decisions I have had to make in a recent time. I know many may have different reactions, it obvious I won't care.

Tomorrow, you will traditionally be married to the man you have preferred chosen and accepted for a life union, and on Saturday, it will be sealed before God and men.
Let me first of all congratulate you on this next level of your life. Kindly expect my absence as I won't be attending any of both events. Not that I have any bad feelings about your decision, I don't think I am emotionally strong to behold "the only woman I could say I truly loved" officially given out to another man.
I wish I can, but just understand I can't.

I can still remember when you first broke this news over a phone call, it was all like a joke. I laughed over it but you insisted you were serious. Well, tomorrow it will be a reality that I wish it never were.

We met on 2go in 2011. I can remember how your Status draw my attention to your account. I started hunting you day and night online, as reserved as you were, you hardly came online not respond to me, not until one night after blazing you for ignoring me, I woke up in the morning to see your apologies which came with your phone number. The next morning witnessed the beginning of a friendship that last more than 6 years even in the face of our many differences and clashes.

It took you more than 2 years before you voluntarily allowed me to see your face. (You just pitied me... Lol) You were beautiful, reserved and sensible. I just knew you were a friend for a keep.

I was in my level 300 in the University when we met, you were just fresh out of Secondary school seeking Admission into the Higher Institution. This was the major source of insecurity and concern we had to face. You never believed I was for real, and for the long years we spent together, you never really believed I truly loved you because you felt I was in a particular societal class you weren't fit for. My social media engagements, the imaginary "fame and Uyo popularity" was also a regular concern. I tried my best to prove it, I didn't seems to succeed.
No matter how we both tried to adjust, I was still me and you were you the "reserved, private and unsocial" person. Our incompatibilities were just too clear. We kept believing we could work out fine someday but this has proven we were never meant to be.

I had spent time reflecting on the many crazy things I have done because of you. I wish you had at least believed me the much I did loved you.

Before we met in 2013, I had travelled from my NYSC base to Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic on hearing that it was your matriculation day. You didn't inform nor invite me, I just came believing I could run into you. That was crazy, let me save the details of what happened that day cos it was a big craziness.

After crying for the lost of my first love, no other lady has made me cry but you. You are the only one that will make me angry and I will still come back to apologize. The looks in your eyes alone were strong messages, it could make me comport and behave in the mist of my craziness.
You had so much hold on me like jazz. Those who knew us wondered what it were. But I know it was love indeed.

I couldn't ask for a better friend than you if I have another opportunity. We are leaving each other better than we met in 2011. Aside from my Mum, you were always my first point of call in critical situations. Your sense of reasoning, counsels, peace loving dispositions and godly personality has kept me from load of problems in this city. I can't forget your consistent advise "Ufan, let it go, better things are ahead of you", "Is it worth your stress, life or security?" and your "What ifB" that will leave me giving a second thought to my actions.

If am blessed today by the prayers of two people, it's my parents prayers and yours. Thanks for believing in me and pushing me out to go achieve my dreams. Thanks for standing by me in my most darkest moments.00xk
Thanks for always remembering me in your prayers. Thanks for drawing me closer to God. Which man won't fight to have a rare treasure as you?

It was a long year of knowing each other. I wasn't a perfect man, you had your own differences. We had ernestly tried to make it work but it never stayed smooth for too long. We are parting today not because we have stopped loving each other but because it wasn't within God's will for us. Maybe it's a time for a deeper reflection for me.

I hoped and wished our beautiful love story would be told by us someday but God knows better. I'm not hurt, because we played very essential roles in the lives of each other and we just had to face the reality. I am a strong believer that it is not all friendship or relationship that must lead to marriage. Ours wasn't meant to be, but we had the best of friendship and I will treasure such memories for my life time.

I love you still and wish you the best of martial bliss, fruitfulness and peace.
I still wish I can be there to witness it, but I can't. I hope you really understand.
Thanks for being a friend indeed.
I will forever miss you and I doubt any women can take these memories of you away.

Happy married life Ufan mmi
You are a good woman, and he is just a lucky man





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Photo: Gospel artiste, Donnie McClurkin, involved in a ghastly motor accident












International gospel artiste, Donnie McClurkin, survived a ghastly motor accident yesterday December 12th. Sharing the news on his social media handle, McClurkin thanked God for saving him after he lost conciousness while driving.


Was in a serious accident at 12:50am this morning...passed out while driving on the highway. Totaled the car...hospitalized, going through a myriad of tests.....

But I’m alive!!!

Lost consciousness driving...but two human angels followed my swerving car with their emergency blinkers onto stop traffic ....drove behind me until my car crashed into the middle concrete island. I remember none of it except those two angels pulling me out of the passengers side of the crumbled TOTALED car..airbags deployed...crushed metal and Fiberglas!!

I AM ALIVE!!!!

Somewhat mangled, stitches on left thumb, sprained wrist, hurt knee, but I’m still here! God and two angels saved my life! I owe them...

I am still here by the grace of God!

Thank you, Lord...thank you!

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Comedian Seyilaw's daughter Tiwatope is so cute (Photos)









Comedian Seyilaw's daughter, Tiwatope is a cutie.. See more photos below.

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Don't wait for anyone to love you in Nollywood, love and help yourself - Yul Edochie











Nollywood actor and politician, Yul Edochie has reacted to recent viral videos and posts about the lack of genuine love in Nollywood.



In his reaction, Yul Edochie Tweeted, 'they say there's no love in Nollywood. I laugh. Brethren there's no love anywhere, not only in Nollywood. The world is tough, it's a jungle out here. My advice: Don't wait for anyone to love you, love yourself, help yourself. Work hard, pray & do what's right in the sight of God'.



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My name is Benjamin Ojiefor Aliu, I was born 1st October 1988 in Edo-State, Auchi Local Government Area, Iyuku. I came from a family of 8 children, second to last born. I started my music carrier in 1999 and I did my first recording when I was 15 years old when I was in a group called Glamour Boyz. By that time we came out with Ep track 6. We did the album lunch in Port Harcourt along New Aport Road in Kings Bar. We went to different kind of shows such as New Don Concept, UniPort or Carnival.
I went to Army Day School in Bori Camp, Port Harcourt. When I finished my secondary school, I travelled to Lagos to continue my music carrier, however due to the circumstances, I had to quit music for a while and I had to work as a truck driver to assist myself in my carrier.
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Photo: 58-year-old man arrested for allegedly defiling his 14-year-old daughter in Lagos









The Lagos state police comand have arrested a 58-year-old commercial motorcyclist, Johnson Okon, for allegedly defiling his 14-year-old daughter in the Ikorodu area of the state.

Parading the suspect before newsmen, the state commissioner of police, Edgal Imohimi, said the victim had informed her mother about her father's action. Her mother who did not believe her, asked her not to tell anybody. Angry that her mother was unwilling to act against her father, the victim fled their home and took refuge at her father's friend's house.


“The command’s Gender Unit is investigating a case of defilement reported by a 14-year-old girl against her father, Johnson Okon, 58, of Charismatic Road, Abule Berger, Ikorodu. According to the victim, after her father, who is a security man/okada rider, had defiled her, she reported to her mother, who did not believe her and warned her not to tell anybody. She added that because of her mother’s inaction, she ran away from home and sought refuge in the home of her father’s friend. The victim has been referred to the Mirabel Centre for medical examination.” Imohimi said

Also paraded was a 64-year-old man, Habib Abdullahi, who was accused of sexually assaulting a six-year-old girl in his apartment in Ikorodu, Lagos. Parading the suspect before newsmen, CP Imohimi said


“The Gender Unit is also investigating another case of defilement that occurred in the Ikorodu area of the state and reported by one Mrs Obinna, 37, of Selewu, Ikorodu on behalf of her six-year-old daughter against one Habib Abdullahi, 64, a carpenter of the same address as the complainant. During interrogation, it was revealed that onMonday, December 3, 2018, around 10am, the suspect took the victim into his room and inserted his fingers in her private parts.

“However, her mother noticed that her daughter was unnecessarily irritated and withdrawn; so, she began to ask her questions and she revealed to the mother what Abdullahi had done to her. Investigation is ongoing into the two cases of defilement; the suspects will be charged to court soon'' he said
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