Gunmen invaded police station killed SARS officers and free prisoners in Enugu.


Recall that owing to high handedness and brutality of some SARs operatives towards some Nigerians, especially the youths who move about with expensive phones or cars, coupled with reports of intimidation, harassment and outright extortion by officers of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), many Nigerians have called for the scraping of the Police force unit.

Moreover, although, the IGP, M.A Adamu, on Sunday, has banned the personnel of the FSARS and other Police tactical squads from routine patrols, many of the SARs officers were reported to be carrying out illegal duties and harrazement of innocent citizens.

Consequently, in another news that filtered in on Tuesday, it was gathered that some gunmen has allegedly invaded a Police station in Enugu, set prisoners free, burn down the Police station and reportedly killed some SARS operatives, just has many were said to be injured.

According a resident of the city, Mirabel, who shared the news online, it was further revealed that there is apprehension among the residents of the area at the moment.

In her words, she said:

BREAKING NEWS: Gunmen CLASH With SARS Officers At Their Police Station In Enugu State, 6 SARS Operatives killed, Many Injured, Prisoners Set Free And Their Station Set Ablaze. More Details Coming Soon.”

Consequently, many who reacted to the report, have said that it is high time the government listen to the citizens on call for the dissolution of the Police unit, to avoid this kind of ugly development.

However, in your view, do you think the government and the IGP are showing seriousness towards taming the activities of the SARS men ?

God killed Onan for pulling out and ejaculating on the ground instead of impregnanting his brother widow.

The value we place on something deter-mines how we treat it.

For instance, you probably wouldn’t give much thought to caring for an old shoebox. Yet if someone placed $10,000 inside before handing you that same cardboard container, you’d likely rearrange your day to make sure it was properly protected against damage or theft.

Similarly, once we realize the worth of scripture, we no longer read merely out of obligation. Instead, we hunger for its revelation and life-changing power.

Here’s how God instructs us to read His “instruction manual for life.”

First, turn to it daily with eager expectation for what the Lord will reveal.

Second, meditate upon the Word by thinking about what you’ve read and absorbing its meaning and implications.

Third, study God’s truth. There are a variety of ways to do this. For example, follow a specific word through the Old and New Testaments by using a concordance or search engine. Or study an entire book by dissecting one chapter at a time.

Fourth, believe what the Lord says.

Fifth, obey. In other words, apply what you read to your life situation. This often requires courage and discipline.

Sixth, share what you’ve learned. This will encourage others while strengthening you and sinking the lesson deep in your heart.

The Bible may look like just another book. But it is living truth that can protect and guide, pierce and encourage. Nowhere else do we learn how to be saved so we can eventually dwell with the Lord in heaven. When we grasp scripture’s value, our interaction with God’s Word will reflect its worth.

 

Mama peace rocks in a new photo looking Adorable-wife of goodluck Jonathan-patience Jonathan

The wife of an ex-president of Nigeria, Patience Jonathan appears all-smiles as she arrives Government house, Port Harcourt with her hubby, Goodluck Jonathan.

The couple’s visit to the Government House, Port Harcourt, Rivers State is in effort to attend the public presentation of a book chronicling the achievements of Governor Wike.

See photos below;

Gorillass pose for selfie with Anti-poaching Congo Dr

Gorillas posing for selfie in Virunga National Park, DR Congo
The gorillas are apparently trying to imitate humans

Two gorillas have been photographed posing for a relaxed selfie with the rangers who rescued them as babies.

The image was taken at a gorilla orphanage in Virunga National Park, DR Congo, where the animals were raised after poachers killed their parents.

The park’s deputy director told BBC Newsday that they had learned to imitate their carers, who have looked after them since they were found.

The gorillas, he added, think of the rangers as their parents.

Innocent Mburanumwe, deputy director of Virunga, told the BBC that that the gorillas’ mothers were both killed in July 2007.

The gorillas were just two and four months old at the time.

Shortly afterwards, they were found and taken to Senkwekwe Sanctuary in Virunga, where they have lived ever since.

Because they’ve grown up with the rangers who rescued them, Mr Mburanumwe added, “they are imitating the humans” – and standing on two legs is their way of “learning to be human beings”.

But it “doesn’t happen normally”, he said.

“I was very surprised to see it… so it’s very funny. It’s very curious to see how a gorilla can imitate a human and stand up.”

Being a ranger, however, is not always fun – it is mainly dangerous work.

Five rangers were killed in Virunga National Park last year in an ambush by suspected rebels, and more than 130 park rangers have been killed in Virunga since 1996.

Eastern DR Congo is mired in conflict between the government and various armed groups.

Some of these armed groups are based in the park, where they often poach animals.

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