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LIVING LEGENDS

Legends of our  time ; Legends of all time .

LIVING LEGENDS

Legends of our  time ; Legends of all time .

LIVING LEGENDS

Legends of our  time ; Legends of all time .
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Nigerian Women Are Too Busy- Awilo

Nigerian Women Are Too Busy- Awilo Longomba
Awilo with D'banj
Awilo Longomba has described Nigerian ladies as busy women saying
they hardly have time for fun. Awilo who said this while in Lagos said,
I notice Nigerian women are hard working, and rarely have time to
hang out. Is that a compliment?

I don't know if I should say this pastor lacks faith or it is the General
Overseer of MFM that is to blame?
Pastor Lawrence Okechukwu Amuruche, a 61-year-old father of two,
has accused the General Overseer of his church, the Mountain of Fire
and Miracles Ministries, Pastor D.K. Olukoya, of giving him anointing
only oil and prayer points rather than offering him money to treat and
help stop the cataract growing in his eyes.
Pastor Amuruche, who heads the Satelite town branch of the church,
revealed that he had been battling with eye cataract which grew on
one eye and may affect the second if he didn’t get medical help
immediately.
According to the MFM Pastor: “At the hospital, they said I should
provide N450,000 per eye. That is N900,000 for the two eyes, but I
cannot afford it . I did an eye test for which I paid N130,000 pending
the time I will get money for the surgery. But I have not been able to
raise money and my situation is getting worse by the day”.
Asked if his church had done anything to assist him, he said: “I have
gone to my General Overseer for money to do the surgery. To get him
was a problem. It was just last week that I was able to get
him. Instead of giving me money to do the surgery, he gave me
anointing oil, prayer points and water to be washing my face.
"I told him that I have prayed. I have been doing fasting and have
been doing vigils concerning the eyes, but it has been deteriorating. If
my coming out to seek for help will lead to my sack, let him sack me
and I will go instead of losing my eyes in the name of ministry...
"If I go blind, I will not be able to minister, I will not pastor and I will
be in the house and they will not pay me”.
Speaking with The Sun, he revealed that the eye problem started when
his eyes were constantly itching him, and that he later had blurry
sight. He went to see an ophthalmologist. The optician, according to
him, said he had developed an eye cataract and he urgently needed
surgery if not his two eyes are going blind.

Mountain of Fire Pastor Battling Blindness; Cries Out That G.O. Gave Him Oil Instead of Money

I don't know if I should say this pastor lacks faith or it is the General
Overseer of MFM that is to blame?
Pastor Lawrence Okechukwu Amuruche, a 61-year-old father of two,
has accused the General Overseer of his church, the Mountain of Fire
and Miracles Ministries, Pastor D.K. Olukoya, of giving him anointing
only oil and prayer points rather than offering him money to treat and
help stop the cataract growing in his eyes.
Pastor Amuruche, who heads the Satelite town branch of the church,
revealed that he had been battling with eye cataract which grew on
one eye and may affect the second if he didn’t get medical help
immediately.
According to the MFM Pastor: “At the hospital, they said I should
provide N450,000 per eye. That is N900,000 for the two eyes, but I
cannot afford it . I did an eye test for which I paid N130,000 pending
the time I will get money for the surgery. But I have not been able to
raise money and my situation is getting worse by the day”.
Asked if his church had done anything to assist him, he said: “I have
gone to my General Overseer for money to do the surgery. To get him
was a problem. It was just last week that I was able to get
him. Instead of giving me money to do the surgery, he gave me
anointing oil, prayer points and water to be washing my face.
"I told him that I have prayed. I have been doing fasting and have
been doing vigils concerning the eyes, but it has been deteriorating. If
my coming out to seek for help will lead to my sack, let him sack me
and I will go instead of losing my eyes in the name of ministry...
"If I go blind, I will not be able to minister, I will not pastor and I will
be in the house and they will not pay me”.
Speaking with The Sun, he revealed that the eye problem started when
his eyes were constantly itching him, and that he later had blurry
sight. He went to see an ophthalmologist. The optician, according to
him, said he had developed an eye cataract and he urgently needed
surgery if not his two eyes are going blind.

The Sierra Leonean doctor who treated more than 100 Ebola patients has also died. Dr Sheik Umar Khan (pictured above), who was hailed as a national hero for disregarding his own health and helping sick patients, died today July 29th from the disease after being diagnosed with the virus last week. He contacted the virus despite wearing protective gear when treating patients.In an interview last month, the 39yr old doctor had expressed fears for his life because of his constant contact with Ebola patients."I am afraid for my life. Healthworkersare prone to the disease because we are the first port of call for somebody who is sickened by the disease. Even with the fullprotective clothingyou put on, you are at risk" He told ReutersHis death comes days after a senior doctor at Liberia's largest hospital, Samuel Brisbane, died on Saturday at an Ebola treatment centre in Monrovia.3 nurses working in the same Ebola treatment centre alongside Khan also died from the disease last week.Several other medics have been infected.

Liberia closed most of its borders on Monday as West African
governments struggled to prevent the spread of the extremely deadly
Ebola virus, which has infected more than 1,000 people in three
countries this year.
Closing a country's borders for an infectious disease is uncommon,
but illustrates the level of frustration government and health officials
are experiencing as the deadly outbreak rages through its fifth month,
having infected at least 1,201 people and killing 672

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