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Waving Of Handkerchiefs In Churches Is Now Prohibited : Religious Minister

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Hon. Kofi Dzamesi who is the Minister of Religious Affairs has announced that waving on handkerchiefs in churches will be prohibited when churches resume on Sunday.

His comment comes after President Akufo-Addo review measures he had adopted to ease the ban on social gatherings which were imposed as part of measures to help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 in Ghana.

The President in his recent address revealed: “Twenty-five per cent (25%) attendance, with a maximum number of one hundred (100) congregants, can worship at a time in church or at the mosque, with a mandatory one-metre rule of social distancing between congregants.”

But the Minister of Religious Affairs at the Ministry of Information press briefing on Monday [May 1] stated that Churches across the Country must not engage in crowd dancing and waving of handkerchiefs.

He went on and added that pre-packaged communion products and offering bowls (containers) must be made available at the entrance of Churches during service and the Churches must discourage group dancing, shouting, sharing of pens or items, and also disinfect microphones immediately after use by an individual.

Hon. Kofi Dzamezi warned that individuals, Churches and institutions that fail to comply with the directives will be appropriately dealt with and have their outfits being closed down.

He instructed that Churches should register with the Registrar General to aid easy tracing and also monitoring.

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‘I Have Witchcraft’ : Ex-Kotoko Midfielder, Jordan Opoku Reveals

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Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko midfielder, Jordan Opoku revealed that he has witchcraft. According to him, his type of witchcraft is not what many Ghanaians know but football witchcraft adding that it is the reason for his illustrious football career.

Opoku who currently plays for Berekum Chelsea made this known in a recent interview where he said; “I have witchcraft but I only use it in football. Every day it is always perfect and happens automatically. Before the ball comes to me, I know where I’ll pass the ball to. I play my games while asleep before the matchday.

When a ball comes to me, I control and pass that’s why I don’t get tired. My position I play I don’t think any home-based player is better than me. I’m a football magician and can use the ball to do anything I want.”

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Hushpuppi Reportedly Tests Positive For Coronavirus In Prison

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Hushpuppi who is facing charges in the U.S for multiple cybercrimes that run into millions has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 at a Chicago Prison, where he is being held for trial.

According to Nigerian investigative journalist, Dr Kemi Olunloyo, who first broke the news of Hushpuppi’s arrest in Dubai before official confirmation, a source from Los Angeles’ FBI, informed her about Hushpuppi’s COVID-19 status.

“A source @FBILosAngeles told me Ramoni Olorunwa Abass reportedly tested #Covid19 +ve asymptomatic. Remember that it CAN’T be announced on US soil due to the HIPAA law. He is locked up at MCC Chicago, a #COVID19 ravaged federal prisonMicrobeFace with medical mask #drkemiolunloyo” Dr Kemi tweeted.

In a related story, a report by premium times states that Hushpuppi has secured the services of Gal Pissetzky, a top criminal defense attorney in Chicago, as his lawyer for his trail that can land him a 20-year jail term if convicted.

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Church Of Satan Demolished In Nigeria | PHOTOS

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The Assemblies of Light Bearer Greater Church of Lucifer popularly known as Church of Satan in Ohafia, Abia State, Nigeria has been destroyed by youths of the community.

It was alleged that the founder of the church identified as Ifekwe Udo a.k.a Lucifer or Fada-Fada became popular in the past quarter of the decade, for his visible effort in providing employment opportunities for the jobless youths of the community. He gave the jobless youth motorcycles on hire purchase and also opened up a brothel in the community.

Ifenkwe was reportedly arrested for ”violating the lockdown order, child trafficking and terrorizing the community.”

Here are photos of youths destroying some statues in his church below;

Church Of Satan demolished in Abia, police arrest founder (photos)

Church Of Satan demolished in Abia, police arrest founder (photos)

Church Of Satan demolished in Abia, police arrest founder (photos)

Church Of Satan demolished in Abia, police arrest founder (photos)

Church Of Satan demolished in Abia, police arrest founder (photos)

Church Of Satan demolished in Abia, police arrest founder (photos)

Church Of Satan demolished in Abia, police arrest founder (photos)

Church Of Satan demolished in Abia, police arrest founder (photos)

Church Of Satan demolished in Abia, police arrest founder (photos)

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