Catholic priest emerges the best student from Nigerian Law school

Catholic priest emerges the best student from Nigerian Law school

Catholic Priest Emerges Best Student from the Nigerian Law School

Congratulations are in order for a Reverend Father who emerged as the best male student from the Nigerian law school.

The cleric identified as Rev. Fr. Gabriel Emeasoba from Ebe village in Ukpor town in Nnewi South Local Government Council of Anambra State. A Catholic priest of the Diocese of Nnewi in Anambra State.

He is presently with the Archdiocese of Lagos studying at (UniLag), a move by his diocesan bishop. Today, he was made an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria and specially recognized.

According to reports, the Reverend Father bagged First Class Honour for the fourth time in his academic pursuit. He graduated with a first-class in Philosophy (B. Phil), Theology (B.Th), Law (LL.B), and Law (BL) in the Nigerian Law School.

The cleric earlier revealed that he attended the Nigerian Law School as a Catholic priest after his degree program at the University of Lagos. He lived most times in the hostel at the Lagos Campus of the Law School and spent all his weekends in his parish ministering and focusing on things other than law.

He said that Law school was the most stressful one year he has experienced in his life because he fell sick many times and nearly gave up countless times before he finally achieved a great feat, the fourth time.


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Young Shall Grow Motors: Terminals Locations, Price List, Online Booking, and Contacts

Young Shall Grow Motors: Terminals Locations, Price List, Online Booking, and Contacts

Young Shall Grow Motors: Terminals Locations, Price List, Online Booking, and Contacts

Young Shall Grow Motors Limited commenced operations in 1972, traveling from Enugu to Onitsha as a minibus transport operator.

In 1973, Young Shall Grow Motors Limited moved its operational base from Onitsha to Lagos.

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Young Shall Grow Motors

Within a period of 7 years, Young Shall Grow Motors Limited expanded from a fleet of 2 locally assembled Mercedes buses to a fleet of over 40 buses.

Today, Young shall grow motors limited is one of the largest luxury road transport companies in Nigeria.

With over 500 serviceable vehicles in its fleet, Young Shall Grow Motors limited transverses all sections of Nigeria and other West African countries.

The head office of  Young Shall Grow Transport Limited is located at Old Ojo Road, Maza-Maza, Lagos, Nigeria.

About the Company

The company journeys through numerous routes with bus parks and terminals located in the three regions of the country.  Its routes include Lagos, Ibadan, Abuja, Kano, Sokoto, Maiduguri, Jos, Yola, Onitsha, Nnewi, Enugu, Owerri, Aba, Umuaiha, Port-Harcourt, Uyo, and Calabar.

Booking a bus ticket with Young shall grow motors limited can be done in person, by email or online. You may reach this head office via email using mazamaza@ysgtransport.com or call them on 014531091. Online booking can be done by visiting their official website or through 3rd party bus ticket booking platforms.

Young Shall Grow Motors Limited Lagos Price List

From Jibowu, Lagos to

Nanya, Abuja- N6,300.00
Port-Harcourt, Rivers- N4,500.00
Owerri, Imo- N4,500.00
Amichi, Akwa-Ibom – N5,000.00
Enugu, Enugu- N4,500.00
Osha, Ebonyi- N4,500.00

Young Shall Grow Motors Limited  Utako, Abuja Price List

From Utako, Abuja to;

Jibowu, Lagos – N6,300.00
Port-Harcourt, Rivers – N4,500.00
Owerri, Imo – N4,500.00
Amichi, Akwa-Ibom – N5,000.00

Young Shall Grow Motors Limited  Port-Harcourt Price List

From Rivers, Port-Harcourt to;

Nanya, Abuja- N4,950.00
Jibowu, Lagos – N4,500.00
Owerri, Imo – N4,000.00

Please note that these prices are subject to change.


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NBA President charged over alleged N1.4bn fraud

 

EFCC charges NBA president, Usoro, with N1.4bn fraud

The newly elected President of the Nigeria Bar Association NBA, Paul Usoro, SAN was charged before the Federal High Court in Lagos.

The charge sheet, marked FHC/418c/18, was filed before Justice Muslim Hassan.
However Justice Hassan adjourned till December 10, 2018, for the arraignment of the NBA President. EFCC charges NBA president, Usoro, with N1.4bn fraud

In the charge, sighted Vanguard , the EFCC claimed that Usoro converted and laundered the money in connivance with the Governor Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom State.

Governor Emmanuel was, however, not listed as a defendant in the charge, as the EFCC indicated that he is “currently constitutionally immuned against criminal prosecution.”

Others in Efcc custody 

Also charged alongside Usoro were one Nsikan Nkan, described as Commissioner for Finance, Akwa Ibom State; one Mfon Udomah, described as the Accountant General of Akwa Ibom State; one Uwemedimo Nwoko, described as the Akwa Ibom State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice; and Margaret Ukpe, all of whom were said to be at large.

The Commission claims 

The Commission claimed that Usoro, in connivance with the others mentioned, conspired among them to commit the offence sometime in 2015 “within the jurisdiction of this honourable court.”

The anti-graft agency claimed that the N1.4bn allegedly converted and laundered by the defendants belonged to the Akwa Ibom State.

Mbaka finally speaks on why he publicly embarrassed Peter Obi (VIDEO)

 

Mbaka finally speaks on why he publicly embarrassed Peter Obi (VIDEO)

Enugu Fiery priest and spiritual director of Adoration ministries, Father Ejike Mbaka has finally reacted to criticisms over his recent outburst on PDP VP candidate and Ex-governor of Anambra state, Peter Obi.

Mbaka was flayed by several critics for ’embarassing’ Mr. Obi publicly for not donating funds during his church’s recent Bazaar ceremony.

Mbaka finally speaks on why he publicly embarrassed Peter Obi (VIDEO)

Speaking yesterday Wednesday’s ‘E No Dey Programme’, Mbaka defended his actions saying that he is ‘scripturally right’ and ‘not afraid’.

He added that Peter Obi was his ‘son’ and has every right to tell him if his stingy or not. Watch the footage below (Start from 59th minute).

TOUCHING: Lessons from Peter’s Obi’s response to Fr Ejike Mbaka

TOUCHING: Lessons from Peter’s Obi’s response to Fr Ejike Mbaka

 

Lesson to learn from Peter Obi’s response to Fr Ejike Mbaka

The name Peter means Pebbles or chipping. There is a politician in Nigeria who bears this name with a surfix Obi.

He is the Vice Presidential flag bearer of one of the political parties, on ground in Nigeria for the 2019 elections.

He is a Christian and a Knight off the Roman Catholic Church. One of his Sisters is a Reverend Sister while one of his brothers is a Reverend father.

He parades intimidating academic, political and business credentials, which are not the subject matter of my submission in this write up.

The incident that took place 

He was invited to a Harvest thanksgiving service by one of his spiritual mentors, a highly referred Reverend Father named Father Mbaka of the Enugu Adoration Ministry recently, at which a remarkable drama ensured.

He responded to the invitation despite his crowded schedule but while urged to make an open donation, he declined to do so, promising to undertake a project that will be beneficial to humanity through the Ministry, instead.

Father Mbaka put pressure on him to name his donation, but he calmly declined, promising on his time tested intergrity to later do something for the ministry instead.

The highly anointed and highly acclaimed Reverend Father coerced, cajoled and threatened him unsuccessfully and later decided to tell him that he will lose the election due to his”Stinginess”.

All these threats did not move Peter Obi. What a man.

In the Nigerian parlance, Peter would have snatched the microphone from the Man of God and blamed him for hate speech. Yet, Peter held himself, kept his cool and continued smiling.

He never exchanged words with or threw tantrums at his spiritual mentor, neither did he get moved to respond positively to Father Mbaka’s pressure,against the dictates of his conscience.

The next day, Peter issued releases justifying Mbaka for speaking his mind and asking people not to take any swipe at this man of God. O my God. I never saw anything in my life like this before this time.

Lessons from Peter Obi’s response to Mbaka:

1. Always keep your cool in every situation.
2. Don’t let political desperation make you compromise your cherished principles.
3. Give honour to who honour is due even when he or she compromises his or her integrity.
4. Political success at the pools must not become a do or die matter.
5. Leave judgement relating to your spiritual fathers to God alone.
6. Nigerian politics must rise above the mundane consideration of money for winning prophecy and money for votes.
7. The issue of hate speech classification depends upon people’s mindset.

Conclusion:

It is time for Christians in Nigeria to pray harder for their Spiritual leaders, so that they will assume the advisory role of Ancient Prophets and not Modern Wolves, so that they will guide people a right in exercising their civic duties in conscience led fashion, so that Nigeria will get to the next level and become great again. It is time for politicians to reject the politics of money for votes or political prophesy.

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