Technology continues to get closer and closer to our bodies, from the phones in our pockets, to the smartwacthes on our wrists and now to the Microship inserted in our hands.
A Microship, commonly referred to as a chip, is a radio frequency identification device (RFID), about the size of a grain of rice.when implanted employees can unlock doors, log into their computers and even purchase snacks from the vending machine.
The chips haves the potential to lead private information, without a person ‘s consent.
Currently, organizations cannot require employees to be mircrochipped, they can simply offer it as a possibility, however, experts believe that what is now voluntary could become mandatory in future.
In Sweden, more than 4000 swedes have adopted the technology.
Microship Implants are not new in Sweden, thousands already have them, using the devices to swipe in and out of office and even pay for food.
According to the Swedish’ s central bank, the cash transactions has dropped from around 40 percent in 2010 to 15 percent today.
The world is moving towards an electronic and cashless society, this simply remind us of the End times prophecy.
The Bible says that the Antichrist will unit the world under one government – one united economy. Every person will be required to take a mark in order to buy or sell goods if any kind.
This mark could be very easily connected to the technological advances we have today.
” It is wiser to be cautious and careful than to rush and do something that you may regret later “.
Aishaman boys in Ghana could not hide their anger after a young Entrepreneur who is also a motivational speaker was slapped and whipped for declaring his methodology for setting up his business. According to the information reaching us, most successful people do not reveal their plans in making money but rather, stories which looks like myth.According to the guys who whipped and slapped the Motivational Speaker, their quest for starting up a business on their own came to a stop after an impossible lie. The guys were angered simply because a man cannot start a restaurant with a plate and tin tomatoes.
This situation angered these new business starters to the extent that, the young motivational speaker was whipped and slapped.
What’s your take on this?
Does he really deserve the beaten because he Said he started his restaurant with one tin Tomatoes and a Plate?
The Johannesburg Law Clinic has cautioned South Africans not to label all the suspects rounded up during last week’s raids in the Johannesburg CBD as illegal immigrants.
The organisation maintains many of the foreign nationals taking in for verification by police were in possession of the necessary documentation.
At least 600 people were arrested last week when police swooped on several shops and buildings in the CBD.
They were kept at Johannesburg Central Police Station for verification.
The raids came after clashes between traders and police with shop owners pelting stones at police vehicles.
The clinic’s Jessica Lawrence says not all those who were arrested were in the country illegally.
“Within the narrative, it’s important to not collapse all migrants into the category of the illegal migrants because that’s simply incorrect and not true and it’s also important to not collapse all goods within the category of counterfeit goods.
“A number of migrants are significantly contributing to the informal economy within the Johannesburg inner city and it’s important that in this narrative, not all individuals are illegal.”
The latest police brutality where a football loving fan Kolade Johnson was killed in Lagos will make any Nigerian reminiscence on some of the atrocities that have perpetrated by some men of Nigeria Police Force.
In this post, we look back at some of the devilish and illegal killings that have been carried out by members of NPF.
This post focuses on the South-East states of Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, and Imo.
Police Killings in Anambra State (2017-2018)
In January 19, 2013, one of the gory photos of dead bodies of Nigerians were found at Ezu River, Amansea in Awka North local Government Area of the state.
The killings were not immediately linked to the police until the International Society for Civil Liberties and the Rule of Law released a report on July, 2017 that Special Anti-Robbery Squad(SARS) of the Anambra State Police Command were indeed responsible for the act.
According to ThisDaylive report of July 20, 2017 and The Punch report of july 28, 2017, the civil society group was quoted as saying that the police were indicted for the killing and dumping of about 35 corpses inside the Ezu River, Amansea in the state in 2013.
The rights group alleged that the Special Anti Robbery Squad of the Anambra State Police command was responsible for the homicide.
In the report entitled “The Untold Story Of Ezu River Police SARS Killings in Anambra, the group said there was the need to highlight the activities of the outfit (SARS), following their continued killing of Nigerian youths in the name of fighting crime.
The report signed by the Chairman Board of Trustees of INTERSOCIETY, Emeka Umeagbalasi, condemned the use of force, torture and other unapproved ways to extract information from suspects.
The report was addressed to several authorities including the Acting President at the time, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, the Amnesty International among others.
Dead bodies numbering about 35 had on 19th January 2013 been discovered floating on Ezu river, on the boundary between Anambra and Enugu States.
INTERSOCIETY said it decided to revisit the matter because of “increasing, shocking, saddening and alarming rate of torture and killing being perpetrated by the police.
“Many of the arrested and detained citizens by the Anambra Police SARS operatives in the course of their so-called combating of violent crimes of armed robbery and kidnapping in the State were butchered like animals.”
It insisted that instead of a drastic reduction in the number of deaths and torture, Anambra Police SARS operatives had become deadlier and more menacing; “consolidating their atrocious practices of custodial torture and killing through their theatre of butchery”.
The group added, “The amount of torture and killing going on at Anambra Police SARS headquarters at Awkuzu and its annexes or unit locations in the State is geometrical.
“Our first reason for issuing this special report is to draw the attention of the world particularly the United Nations and its Human Rights Council, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, World Organization Against Torture, and other rights groups and research bodies and institutions as well as the generality of Nigerians over the raging and untamed unlicensed butcheries and cruel and degrading treatments perpetrated by Anambra Police SARS operatives against detained citizens in their custody.”
Police Killings in Abia State (2017-2018)
Abia State, specifically on March 25, 2017, a policeman identified as Ibe Uchenna was arrested by the Abia State Police command for allegedly killing a man in Aba.
Uchenna, who is attached to the Central Police Station, Aba, was said to have shot the victim identified as Chinedu Peter while on a routine patrol with his team in front of Christ the King Cathedral Catholic, along Asa road, Aba.
Police have killed innocent Nigerians in the same manner
Still in Abia state, in March 25, 2018, another report by The Punch says Umuahia Chief Magistrates’ Court presided by Chief Magistrate John Ukpai, remanded Inspector Nwitoka Nwinee, Sergeants Emeto Godwin and Chigozie Onina in prison custody for unlawfully killing Joseph Oduluso, Odichi Sampson and Obinna Innocent at Ntigha Okpuala in Isiala Ngwa North Local Government Area of Abia State.
The police officer was said to have pertrated the act on 5th of March, 2018.
Police Killings in Enugu State (2017-2018)
In September 2017, it was reported that police regulatory authority found Chief Superintendent of Police to have shot dead an innocent citizen in Igboeze South Local Government Area of Enugu State and planted a gun on his victim, branding him an armed robber.
Police Killings in Imo State (2017-2018)
In 2017 in Imo State, a police Sergeant, Wilson Ufere, who killed a 16-year-old boy, Obinna Iwuoha, on the Anara-Umuahia Expressway in the Isiala Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State, was expelled from the Nigeria Police Force.
Ufere had at about 5.30pm, while on a road duty with two other colleagues, opened fire on a group of youths, mostly teenagers, who were on a church procession.
Obinna, who was an SSS 1 student, died on the spot, while three others, Tochukwu Uzoukwu, 25; Chukwuebuka Donatus, 24; and Chigozie Iwuala, 28, sustained gunshot injuries.
The above police brutalities were the reported cases in the media, there were many unreported cases.
Between this time frame there were also cases of deadly attacks on police officers in the course of their duties.