When Funmilayo Adebayo, better known as Mummy GO, spoke with BBC News Pidgin, she talked about how when she was working in the kingdom of darkness, she would attack pastors and churches. People were surprised to learn that she had been living in darkness for more than 900 years.
Breast cancer survivor Abisayo Iyanuoluwa has shared her story of triumph over the illness that claimed the life of her mother only a few years before. In an exclusive interview with BBC News Yoruba, Iyanuoluwa described how, at the age of 23, she began to experience symptoms of breast cancer in 2015.
"I Said Footballers Will Go To Hell Is Because The Antichrist Will Come Through World Cup" -Mummy GO
Talking in a selective meeting on BBC News Pidgin is Evangelist Funmilayo Adebayo prevalently known as "Mummy GO". Photograph Credit: BBC News Pidgin She turned into a web sensation after recordings of her lessons arose on the web. Her predictions and lecturing about paradise and hellfire has acquired her the epithet, "Mummy G.O."
Some believe it to be ritual killings. Other think there is actually gold. Back In 2017, the country's police warned bald men after people that believe this conducted the killing of five men for their body parts which they claim contain gold. Police in Mozambique have been hit by a similar case and have reportedly launched an investigation following another murder of yet another bald man.
Evangelist Funmilayo Adebayo, also known as "Mummy GO," spoke to BBC News Pidgin in an exclusive interview. BBC News Pidgin, Photo. After footage of her teachings appeared online, she became an internet phenomenon. "Mummy G.O." is the nickname given to her for her prophesies and sermons on heaven and hell.
Picture cred By:SoccerLaduma World football overseeing body FIFA have react to the dissent held up by SAFA concerning Bafana's misfortune to Ghana in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. SAFA felt the conflict against the Black Stars was manipulated and guarantee there were episodes to demonstrate their doubt of match fixing.
OPINION Are they not ashamed of your reporting, are they so desperate to prove that the new dispensation is making progress, national Broadcaster, Really? Imagine the BBC News reporting that toilets in Camberwell are now open to the public for free, nothing under ZANUPF seems to work or make sense anymore.
A couple of days prior, the narrative of Virtue Emezana had drawn in the consideration of the media after her sweetheart pulled the trigger on her in Warri, Delta State. The Delta State Police Order had affirmed the occurrence, and added that they have started examinations concerning the matter.
Garlic does wonders not only to your body - it also adds alot of taste to your cookings. No matter if you are using garlic to add flavor to your cooking or eating garlic to maintain a healthy body, there is no reason to go and buy it at the supermarket or grocery store.
Modern sensibilities may find photographs of loved ones shot after they have died disturbing. However, in Victorian England, they became a manner of remembering the dead and easing the pain of bereavement. Photo Credit: BBC News. One twin has died in this case, while the other has survived.
A surgeon in Austria is now facing legal action after being sued for amputating the wrong leg of a patient. The doctor severed the right leg of an old patient earlier this year, despite the fact that the left leg was intended to be removed. According to the AFP news agency, the wrong limb was marked for amputation before the procedure, which took place in May at a clinic in Freistadt.
Lydia Davis The account of Lydia Davis is a woeful one since she turned into a widow at an exceptionally youthful age. According to the story shared by BBC News Yoruba, Lydia's better half passed on seven days after they had their new child devotion, however what prompted the demise of the young lady's significant other remaining parts a delusion.
Source: BBC News Playing with a Giant Pacific Octopus is critical for Stacey Tonkin's paintings. Octopuses stay to be round 4 - hence, at 12 months antique, she says that he's what is probably as compared to a teenager. The attendants feed the octopus with mussels and prawns and portions of fish and crab.
Source: BBC News A young man is generating quite a fuss online after supposedly consuming cannabis and booze concurrently. Many Ghanaians, however, disagree when they see people using Indian hemp. However, the majority of people have been pleading with the government to legalize indian hemp, but many individuals are unwilling to accept since they believe marijuana has more negative consequences than positive ones.
Ninety-eight People Dead, Several Wounded After A Massive Fuel Tanker Explosion In Sierra Leone. (Photos) Sierra Leone fuel tanker explosion has created a dark 2d in the country. after a tanker turn out to be hit via a lorry and it burst to spill gas everywhere which caught fireplace and burnt down killing people and burning down homes, cars or maybe motorbikes.
https://www.bbc.com/pidgin/tori-59278516 The husband of a 30-year-old woman named Prophetess Solution Amadi-Chris, Pastor Chris Amadi, shot and killed her after an argument. Elvis Opurum, the older brother of the deceased, told BBC News Pidgin how his sister's death was caused by an unfortunate accident.
Willis Chimano, a member of Kenya's afro-pop band Sauti Sol, has freely announced his homosexuality. Willis Chimano, one of the pop group's members, made the public statement while clarifying the idea driving his new melody, Friday Feeling, in which he highlighted members of the LGBT people group.
South Africa's former President FW de Klerk dies at 85 Years old Source : BBC News Mr de Klerk, who was also a key figure in the nation's transition to democracy, had been diagnosed with cancer this year, a spokesman said. Mr de Klerk was head of state between September 1989 and May 1994.
What a school's headmaster did to a female student in the name of discipline had a lot of people scratching their heads and asking a variety of questions. To be clear, it is not wrong to penalize a child if they commit an offense, but why should one go to such lengths to punish a child in the first place?
The mysterious fever has killed at least 50 people in India, mostly children. None of the dead tested positive for Covid-19. For more than a week now, hundreds have been admitted to hospitals. Children in some districts in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh have been waking up with a high fever and drenched in sweat.