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Politics / Re: Lady Claims To Be Former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s Side Daughter (video) by zpakln: 4:56pm On Jul 07
ExAngel007:
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- An interesting video recently made the rounds on social media of a lady claiming to be the daughter of a former president, Olusegun Obasanjo

- The lady who claimed her name is Faith Olusegun Obasanjo said that she is the side daughter of the former president

- Faith explained that just like there are side chicks, there are also side daughters and that she is the child of one of the former president’s side chick




Many times, people make statements like ‘there’s nothing we won’t see on Obasanjo’s internet’. Well, it seems people are now seeing things even related to the former president himself.

Just recently, a video made the rounds of a strange lady who claimed to be the side daughter of Nigeria's former president, Olusegun Obasanjo.


The lady who identified herself as Faith said that she was the former president’s side daughter. According to her, just like there are side chicks, side daughters are the children of these side chicks.

This lady claimed to be former president Olusegun Obasanjo’s side daughter.

The lady who claimed to be 21 said that she had lived in Spain all her life and that she decided to come back to Nigeria last year.

Speaking further, she said that she was a dual indigene of Abeokuta and Benue state.

According to her, she is a product of a job Obasanjo did in Benue state. Faith said that she and Obasanjo do have father and daughter issues and that the money the former president gave her has been useful to her life because she is now a CEO of Big Man Naija reality TV show and that she owns a resort and hotel which she bought for $1 million USD.

See the video below:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adFgNZT6I7A

https://www.legit.ng/1345373-strange-lady-claims-president-olusegun-obasanjos-side-daughter-video.html
The resemblance no be here. I like the fact that she's not bitter toward her side father. It also seems that OBJ took some responsibility of taking care of her to a certain extent.

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Politics / President Buhari Suspends EFCC Acting Chairman, Ibrahim Magu (see Details) by Transparent(m): 4:54pm On Jul 07
President Buhari has reportedly suspended the acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC, Ibrahim Magu.

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According to reports, Magu was suspended to allow him face the probe into the allegations of corruption leveled against him by the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami.

In June, Malami wrote a letter to President Buhari asking for Magu’s sack. He accused Magu of corruption, diversion of recovered funds, insubordination among other offenses.

On Monday, Magu was invited before a panel probing the allegations. The panel is led by Ayo Salami, retired president of the appeal court.


Read More >>> https://www.akinblog.com/president-buhari-suspends-efcc-acting-chairman-ibrahim-magu-see-details/
Celebrities / Re: Fallen Tanker Goes In Flames And Kills Hundreds Of People Taking Fuel From It by MuttleyLaff: 4:34pm On Jul 07
Juliusmomoh:
I hope u are paying 4 the land u are buying grin
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Buying ko, byeing ni angry angry angry
Religion / Re: I'm Beginning To Reason With Jehovah Witness On Their Stand Concerning Trinity by MuttleyLaff: 4:20pm On Jul 07
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Politics / Re: EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Magu Suspended by drlateef: 4:17pm On Jul 07
NwaNimo1:
Chai...Chai....there is God ohh!

[img]https://media.tenor.com/images/fa6acf1b688946f28cc7d2147d30cdd0/tenor.gif[/img]

Everyday a new national embarrassment!

I hope CNN, CNBC,FOX,BBC,RT etc don't see this news.

This is too much to bear!

Chai!



Thanks for reminding us of Mama Peace. But why should we be ashamed if CNN etc pick up the news? This is the first time it’s happening in Nigeria and its a signal that we are for the first time getting serious about fighting corruption. You need a man with the heart of steel and clean as the snow to lead corruption fight to a success. Otherwise they will fall by the way.
Politics / Re: EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Magu Suspended by AngelicBeing: 4:07pm On Jul 07
NwaNimo1:
Chai...Chai....there is God ohh!

[img]https://media.tenor.com/images/fa6acf1b688946f28cc7d2147d30cdd0/tenor.gif[/img]

Everyday a new national embarrassment!

I hope CNN, CNBC,FOX,BBC,RT etc don't see this news.

This is too much to bear!

Chai!
tongue

Politics / Lady Claims To Be Former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s Side Daughter (video) by ExAngel007(f): 3:47pm On Jul 07
[img]https://netstorage-legit.akamaized.net/images/f0de6e21cc467142.jpg[/img]

- An interesting video recently made the rounds on social media of a lady claiming to be the daughter of a former president, Olusegun Obasanjo

- The lady who claimed her name is Faith Olusegun Obasanjo said that she is the side daughter of the former president

- Faith explained that just like there are side chicks, there are also side daughters and that she is the child of one of the former president’s side chick




Many times, people make statements like ‘there’s nothing we won’t see on Obasanjo’s internet’. Well, it seems people are now seeing things even related to the former president himself.

Just recently, a video made the rounds of a strange lady who claimed to be the side daughter of Nigeria's former president, Olusegun Obasanjo.


The lady who identified herself as Faith said that she was the former president’s side daughter. According to her, just like there are side chicks, side daughters are the children of these side chicks.

This lady claimed to be former president Olusegun Obasanjo’s side daughter.

The lady who claimed to be 21 said that she had lived in Spain all her life and that she decided to come back to Nigeria last year.

Speaking further, she said that she was a dual indigene of Abeokuta and Benue state.

According to her, she is a product of a job Obasanjo did in Benue state. Faith said that she and Obasanjo do have father and daughter issues and that the money the former president gave her has been useful to her life because she is now a CEO of Big Man Naija reality TV show and that she owns a resort and hotel which she bought for $1 million USD.

See the video below:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adFgNZT6I7A

https://www.legit.ng/1345373-strange-lady-claims-president-olusegun-obasanjos-side-daughter-video.html
Politics / Re: EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Magu Suspended by Kinematics: 3:36pm On Jul 07
NwaNimo1:
Chai...Chai....there is God ohh!

[img]https://media.tenor.com/images/fa6acf1b688946f28cc7d2147d30cdd0/tenor.gif[/img]

Everyday a new national embarrassment!

I hope CNN, CNBC,FOX,BBC,RT etc don't see this news.

This is too much to bear!

Chai!

Politics / Re: Reps Investigate NNPC, NLNG Over ‘$1.05bn Withdrawals’ by NwaNimo1(m): 2:45pm On Jul 07
See stealing.......

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Politics / Re: EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Magu Suspended by NwaNimo1(m): 2:40pm On Jul 07
Chai...Chai....there is God ohh!

[img]https://media.tenor.com/images/fa6acf1b688946f28cc7d2147d30cdd0/tenor.gif[/img]

Everyday a new national embarrassment!

This contraption called Nigeria is finished!

I hope CNN, CNBC,FOX,BBC,RT etc don't see this news.

This is too much to bear!

Chai!

Choi!!!!!!!!!

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Religion / Re: I'm Beginning To Reason With Jehovah Witness On Their Stand Concerning Trinity by MuttleyLaff: 2:16pm On Jul 07
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Them two haven't a Scooby Doo

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Health / Re: Enugu Commences Construction Of 7 Primary Health Centres In 7 Lgas by golddare: 1:25pm On Jul 07
OEPHIUS:
Gov. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi administration’s special attention in the rural areas of Enugu State gathers momentum as images below show that construction works have commenced at the 7 units of Type-3 Primary Health Care Centre in Ezeagu, Nkanu East, Igbo-Etiti, Igbo-Eze South, Isi-Uzo, Udenu and Uzo-Uwani Local Government Areas, awarded three weeks ago by the State Executive Council (EXCO).

The landmark projects are part of the concerted efforts of the Gov. Ugwuanyi administration to equip and develop the rural communities and increase the state government’s capacity to provide quality, accessible and affordable healthcare services for the safety, health and wellbeing of the rural populace.


Enugu State is in the hands of God!

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1199775553699341&id=100010007227700


Good job, please finish and furnish it.
Politics / Britain’s shameful role in the Biafran war ,Frederick Forsyth Attack by cocolacec(m): 1:23pm On Jul 07
53 Years after Biafra:You committed evil against Igbo, Frederick Forsyth attacks Britain, his own country.
By Ademola Adegbamigbe

On Monday, 6 July, 2020, it will be exactly 53 years since the Nigerian civil (Biafra) war started. One of the foreign journalists and writers who witnessed it was Frederick McCarthy Forsyth, the English journalist and author, who will be 82 this year. He was born on 25 August 1938. At such age when a man is moving closer to his grave or Maker, his conscience becomes sharper, his propensity for remorse gets greater. He tends to make all past crooked ways straight. He confesses his sins or does so vicariously- that is, on behalf of his clan or community or country.

That is exactly what Frederick Forsyth has done, blaming his country, Britain, for its bias against the Igbo during the Nigeria-Biafra war that spanned three years, 1967 to 1970.

That war would have been averted, but the Aburi peace accord between Emeka Ojukwu and Yakubu Gowon failed. Read that story here

Another Briton who became contrite was Harold Smith, a colonial officer who admitted that Britain deliberately made the North to dominate the South here in all ramifications, using well choreographed policies of demography, appointments and politics.

Forsyth is a household name in the
Commonwealth countries and beyond for thrillers such as The Day of the Jackal, The Odessa File, The Fourth Protocol, The Dogs of War, The Devil’s Alternative, The Fist of God, Icon, The Veteran, Avenger, The Afghan, The Cobra, The Kill List, The Biafra Story and others. According to William Okugo Okereke: “This is the Man who has the true history of the 30 months genocide against Biafrans. He is not an Iboman! His books on Nigeria/Biafra are Emeka and The Making of an African Legend.”

It was when he covered the war in Nigeria as a BBC correspondent that the bias of Britain became clear to him. He revealed this in a recent article in The Guardian of London: “Buried for 50 years: Britain’s shameful role in the Biafran war.”

It was for this reason that the writer walked away from the BBC, narrating, “Six months later, in February 1968, fed up with the slavishness of the BBC to Whitehall, I walked out and flew back to west Africa. Ojukwu roared with laughter and allowed me to stay. My condition was that, having rejected British propaganda, I would not publish his either. He agreed.”

In the article, Forsyth reveals the sins of Britain: “I arrived in the Biafra capital of Enugu on the third day of the war. In London I had been copiously briefed by Gerald Watrous, head of the BBC’s West Africa Service. What I did not know was that he was the obedient servant of the government’s Commonwealth Relations Office (CRO), which believed every word of its high commissioner in Lagos, David Hunt. It took two days in Enugu to realise that everything I had been told was utter garbage.

“I had been briefed that the brilliant Nigerian army would suppress the rebellion in two weeks, four at the most. Fortunately the deputy high commissioner in Enugu, Jim Parker, told me what was really happening. It became clear that the rubbish believed by the CRO and the BBC stemmed from our high commissioner in Lagos. A racist and a snob, Hunt expected Africans to leap to attention when he entered the room – which Gowon did. At their single prewar meeting Ojukwu did not. Hunt loathed him at once.

“My brief was to report the all-conquering march of the Nigerian army. It did not happen. Naively, I filed this. When my report was broadcast our high commissioner complained to the CRO in London, who passed it on to the BBC – which accused me of pro-rebel bias and recalled me to London.

“What is truly shameful is that this was not done by savages but aided and assisted at every stage by Oxbridge-educated British mandarins. Why? Did they love the corruption-riven, dictator-prone Nigeria? No. From start to finish, it was to cover up that the UK’s assessment of the Nigerian situation was an enormous judgmental screw-up. And, worse: with neutrality and diplomacy from London it could all have been avoided.”

Like Forsyth, Harold Smith, an accomplice in the lopsidedness of Nigerian politics, confessed (as quoted in thenigerianvoice)

“Despite seeing vast land with no human but cattle in the north, we still gave the north 55 million instead of 32 million. This was to be used to maintain their majority votes and future power bid. The West without Lagos was the most populous in Nigeria at the time but we ignored that. We seriously encouraged the north to go the military.

We believed that the south may attend western education, but future leaders will always come from military background. Their traditional rulers were made influential and super human. The northerners were given accelerated promotions both in the military and civil service to justify their superiority over south. Everything was to work against the south. We truncated their good plan for their future. ‘I was very sorry for the A.G.: It was a great party too much for African standard. We planned to destroy Awolowo and Azikiwe well, the west and the east’.

And sowed the seed of discord among them. We tricked Azikiwe into accepting to be president having known that Balewa is the main man with power. Awolowo has to go to jail to cripple his genius plans for a greater Nigeria”


Below is Forsyth’s article on the bias of Britain against the Igbo, entitled:

“Buried for 50 years: Britain’s shameful role in the Biafran war.”

By Frederick Forsyth

It is a good thing to be proud of one’s country, and I am – most of the time. But it would be impossible to scan the centuries of Britain’s history without coming across a few incidents that evoke not pride but shame. Among those I would list are the creation by British officialdom in South Africa of the concentration camp, to persecute the families of Boers. Add to that the Amritsar massacre of 1919 and the Hola camps set up and run during the struggle against Mau Mau.

But there is one truly disgusting policy practised by our officialdom during the lifetime of anyone over 50, and one word will suffice: Biafra.

This referred to the civil war in Nigeria that ended 50 years ago this month. It stemmed from the decision of the people of the eastern region of that already riot-racked country to strike for independence as the Republic of Biafra. As I learned when I got there as a BBC correspondent, the Biafrans, mostly of the Igbo people, had their reasons.

The federal government in Lagos was a brutal military dictatorship that came to power in 1966 in a bloodbath. During and following that coup, the northern and western regions were swept by a pogrom in which thousands of resident Igbo were slaughtered. The federal government lifted not a finger to help. It was led by an affable British-educated colonel, Yakubu Gowon. But he was a puppet. The true rulers were a group of northern Nigerian colonels. The crisis deepened, and in early 1967 eastern Nigeria, harbouring about 1.8 million refugees, sought restitution. A British-organised conference was held in Ghana and a concordat agreed. But Gowon, returning home, was flatly contradicted by the colonels, who tore up his terms and reneged on the lot. In April the Eastern Region formally seceded and on 7 July, the federal government declared war.

Biafra was led by the Eastern Region’s Oxford-educated former military governor, “Emeka” Ojukwu. London, ignoring all evidence that it was Lagos that reneged on the deal, denounced the secession, made no attempt to mediate and declared total support for Nigeria.

I arrived in the Biafra capital of Enugu on the third day of the war. In London I had been copiously briefed by Gerald Watrous, head of the BBC’s West Africa Service. What I did not know was that he was the obedient servant of the government’s Commonwealth Relations Office (CRO), which believed every word of its high commissioner in Lagos, David Hunt. It took two days in Enugu to realise that everything I had been told was utter garbage.

I had been briefed that the brilliant Nigerian army would suppress the rebellion in two weeks, four at the most. Fortunately the deputy high commissioner in Enugu, Jim Parker, told me what was really happening. It became clear that the rubbish believed by the CRO and the BBC stemmed from our high commissioner in Lagos. A racist and a snob, Hunt expected Africans to leap to attention when he entered the room – which Gowon did. At their single prewar meeting Ojukwu did not. Hunt loathed him at once.

My brief was to report the all-conquering march of the Nigerian army. It did not happen. Naively, I filed this. When my report was broadcast our high commissioner complained to the CRO in London, who passed it on to the BBC – which accused me of pro-rebel bias and recalled me to London. Six months later, in February 1968, fed up with the slavishness of the BBC to Whitehall, I walked out and flew back to west Africa. Ojukwu roared with laughter and allowed me to stay. My condition was that, having rejected British propaganda, I would not publish his either. He agreed.

But things had changed. British covert interference had become huge. Weapons and ammunition poured in quietly as Whitehall and the Harold Wilson government lied and denied it all. Much enlarged, with fresh weapons and secret advisory teams, the Nigerian army inched across Biafra as the defenders tried to fight back with a few bullets a day. Soviet Ilyushin bombers ranged overhead, dropping 1,000lb bombs on straw villages. But the transformation came in July.

Missionaries had noticed mothers emerging from the deep bush carrying children reduced to living skeletons yet with bloated bellies. Catholic priests recognised the symptoms – kwashiorkor or acute protein deficiency.

That same July the Daily Express cameraman David Cairns ran off a score of rolls of film and took them to London. Back then, the British public had never seen such heartrending images of starved and dying children. When the pictures hit the newsstands the story exploded. There were headlines, questions in the House of Commons, demonstrations, marches.

As the resident guide for foreign news teams I became somewhat overwhelmed. But at last the full secret involvement of the British government started to be exposed and the lies revealed. Wilson came under attack. The story swept Europe then the US. Donations flooded in. The money could buy food – but how to get it there? Around year’s end the extraordinary Joint Church Aid was born.

The World Council of Churches helped to buy some clapped-out freighter aircraft and gained permission from Portugal to use the offshore island São Tomé as a base. Scandinavian pilots and crew, mostly airline pilots, offered to fly without pay. Joint Church Aid was quickly nicknamed Jesus Christ Airlines. And thus came into being the world’s only illegal mercy air bridge.

On a visit to London in spring 1969 I learned the efforts the British establishment will take to cover up its tracks. Every reporter, peer or parliamentarian who had visited Biafra and reported on what he had seen was smeared as a stooge of Biafra – even the utterly honourable John Hunt, leader of the Everest expedition.

Throughout 1969 the relief planes flew through the night, dodging Nigerian MiG fighters, to deliver their life-giving cargoes of reinforced milk powder to a jungle airstrip. From there trucks took the sacks to the missions, the nuns boiled up the nutriments and kept thousands of children alive.

-Read Forsyth‘s full article in the London Guardian

https://www.thenewsnigeria.com.ng/2020/07/04/53-years-after-biafra-you-committed-evil-against-igbo-frederick-forsyth-attacks-britain-his-own-country/amp/

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/jan/21/buried-50-years-britain-shamesful-role-biafran-war-frederick-forsyth

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Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Kalapizim(m): 12:26pm On Jul 07
TheSuperNerd:
How ex-Chelsea star Mikel left Ikamva in awe during training stint at Ajax Cape Town

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The ex-Nigeria captain made a brief stop at the Urban Warriors on his way to football stardom highlighted by a long stint at Stamford Bridge

Former Ajax Cape Town chairman John Comitis regrets not accepting the signing-on fee for former Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel who had been offered to them in December 2003.

Then a 16-year-old, Mikel arrived in Cape Town for a week-long trial spell and torched Ajax's Ikamva training grounds with some sublime touches that left everyone awestruck.

So impressive was Mikel that then Ajax coach Gordon Igesund had to briefly abandon the former Nigerian's first training session and stormed into Comitis’ office demanding that he signed the teenager.

“After about 20 minutes of training I told the players, ‘listen guys, I’ve got to dash somewhere but I’ll be back’. I left my assistant conducting training and I went straight into John’s office and I said, ‘John, sign this player right now, call him now and sign him right away’,” Igesund told Far Post.
“The boy was in a different league. He was big, strong and he could pass the ball. We tried everything in our power to sign him, but there were a few issues – between Manchester United and another club. I don’t think he had intentions of signing [for Ajax].”


Mikel was already on the radar of Manchester United and Chelsea who later on were involved in a protracted fight for the player’s signature before the Blues later won the battle.

Had Ajax met the R1 million signing-on fee demanded by Mikel and his handler, they might have left the Premier League giants holding some fresh air.

The Urban Warriors could have taken advantage of the fact that Mikel did jot qualify for a UK work permit and sign the player who had the potential of earning them big money from his sale.

“During the first training session, Gordon Igesund came to me and said just sign him. I said I’ll try,” said Comitis.
“He was really special, but they were talking about a R1 million signing-on fee. Had I known what I know today it was cheap at that price, but you never know.”


Not only Igesund was blown away by Mikel, but also former Ajax forward Nathan Paulse who believes that Mikel’s boots were too big for Premier Soccer League (PSL) football.

“We could not believe he was 16 at that time. He was that good. He had authority, he had presence, he was extremely good on the ball,” Paulse said.
“We looked at each other during his first two days and wondered if he was really 16. From a playing point of view, he was amazing. I don’t think playing in the PSL would have done him good.
“His ability was just too good at that age. He stood out immediately, he was extremely calm on the ball. He could run with the ball like a top professional. I don’t think the PSL would have suited him in terms of the actual level.”


It came as not a surprise that Mikel went on to win a Uefa Champions League crown and two Premier League titles with Chelsea.

Mikel, who is now a free agent after recently leaving Turkish side Trabzonspor, also lifted the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations with Nigeria.



Source: Goal








I watched Amokachi on tv before Afcon 2006 leaning his opinions that he would love to have Mikel play a a deep laying playmaker and not 10 as people where wanting him to fill into to Jay Jay's position the.

Da bull and Jose surely saw something we fans weren't seeing.
Islam for Muslims / Re: Q&A: Islamic Guide To Writing Will by IDeyFlogAllah(m): 12:21pm On Jul 07
God's only concern with the uncleanness caused by the discharge of bodily fluids only relates to praying in the synagogue/temple. Outside of that, God wasn't really bothered about it.

But you are yet to answer the simple question I asked.

Why is it permissible for muslim men to have sex with dead women?

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AntiChristian:


Why are some Christians so skillful in telling lies like this? In the old testament your God was excessively involved in "petty matters" till he changed his mind in the new testament. There are many "petty matters" your Yahweh was involved in and many weighty matters he neglected. Wetin concern Yahweh with menstruating woman?

"And if a woman have an issue, and her issue in her flesh be blood, she shall be put apart seven days: and whosoever toucheth her shall be unclean until the even. And every thing that she lieth upon in her separation shall be unclean: every thing also that she sitteth upon shall be unclean. And whosoever toucheth her bed shall wash his clothes, and bathe himself in water, and be unclean until the even." Leviticus 15:19-21



Someone who slept with his wife is "Junub" and not fit to Perform Salah till he takes a bath. In he burial of every Muslim, people get down in the grave to put the dead appropriately in the grave. Where is the mention of sex here?

Many Followers of Christ here are liars!

Religion / The Real Face Of Jesus Christ by Canih(m): 10:54am On Jul 07
From the first time Christian children
settle into Sunday school classrooms, an
image of Jesus Christ is etched into their
minds.
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In North America he is most
often depicted as being taller than his
disciples, lean, with long, flowing, light brown
hair, fair skin and light-colored eyes. Familiar
though this image may be, it is inherently
flawed. A person with these features and
physical bearing would have looked very
different from everyone else in the region
where Jesus lived and ministered. Surely the
authors of the Bible would have mentioned so
stark a contrast.
.
.

On the contrary, according to the Gospel of
Matthew, when Jesus was arrested in the
garden of Gethsemane before the Crucifixion,
Judas Iscariot had to indicate to the soldiers
whom Jesus was because they could not tell
him apart from his disciples. Further clouding
the question of what Jesus looked like is the
simple fact that nowhere in the New Testament
is Jesus described, nor have any drawings of
him ever been uncovered.
.
.

There is the additional problem of having
neither a skeleton nor other bodily remains to
probe for DNA. In the absence of evidence, our
images of Jesus have been left to the
imagination of artists.
The influences of the artists' cultures and
traditions can be profound, observes Carlos F.
Cardoza-Orlandi, associate professor of world
Christianity at Columbia Theological Seminary
in Atlanta. "While Western imagery is
dominant, in other parts of the world he is
often shown as black, Arab or Hispanic." And
so the fundamental question remains: What did
Jesus look like?
.
.

THERE IS THE ADDITIONAL
PROBLEM OF HAVING
NEITHER A SKELETON NOR
OTHER BODILY REMAINS
TO PROBE FOR DNA.
.
.

An answer has emerged from an exciting new
field of science: forensic anthropology. Using
methods similar to those police have developed
to solve crimes, British scientists, assisted by
Israeli archeologists, have re-created what they
believe is the most accurate image of the most
famous face in human history.
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.

POPULAR MECHANICS
An outgrowth of physical anthropology,
forensic anthropology uses cultural and
archeological data as well as the physical and
biological sciences to study different groups of
people, explains A. Midori Albert, a professor
who teaches forensic anthropology at the
University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
Experts in this highly specialized field require a
working knowledge of genetics, and human
growth and development. In their research they
also draw from the fields of primatology,
paleoanthropology (the study of primate and
human evolution) and human osteology (the
study of the skeleton). Even seemingly distant
fields like nutrition, dentistry and climate
adaptation play a role in this type of
investigation.
While forensic anthropology is usually used to
solve crimes, Richard Neave, a medical artist
retired from The University of Manchester in
England, realized it also could shed light on the
appearance of Jesus. The co-author of Making
Faces: Using Forensic And Archaeological
Evidence , Neave had ventured in controversial
areas before. Over the past two decades, he had
reconstructed dozens of famous faces, including
Philip II of Macedonia, the father of Alexander
the Great, and King Midas of Phrygia. If anyone
could create an accurate portrait of Jesus, it
would be Neave....
.
.

read more and the picture >>> https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/health/a234/1282186/[center]From the first time Christian children
settle into Sunday school classrooms, an
image of Jesus Christ is etched into their
minds.
.
.

In North America he is most
often depicted as being taller than his
disciples, lean, with long, flowing, light brown
hair, fair skin and light-colored eyes. Familiar
though this image may be, it is inherently
flawed. A person with these features and
physical bearing would have looked very
different from everyone else in the region
where Jesus lived and ministered. Surely the
authors of the Bible would have mentioned so
stark a contrast.
.
.

On the contrary, according to the Gospel of
Matthew, when Jesus was arrested in the
garden of Gethsemane before the Crucifixion,
Judas Iscariot had to indicate to the soldiers
whom Jesus was because they could not tell
him apart from his disciples. Further clouding
the question of what Jesus looked like is the
simple fact that nowhere in the New Testament
is Jesus described, nor have any drawings of
him ever been uncovered.
.
.

There is the additional problem of having
neither a skeleton nor other bodily remains to
probe for DNA. In the absence of evidence, our
images of Jesus have been left to the
imagination of artists.
The influences of the artists' cultures and
traditions can be profound, observes Carlos F.
Cardoza-Orlandi, associate professor of world
Christianity at Columbia Theological Seminary
in Atlanta. "While Western imagery is
dominant, in other parts of the world he is
often shown as black, Arab or Hispanic." And
so the fundamental question remains: What did
Jesus look like?
.
.

THERE IS THE ADDITIONAL
PROBLEM OF HAVING
NEITHER A SKELETON NOR
OTHER BODILY REMAINS
TO PROBE FOR DNA.
.
.

An answer has emerged from an exciting new
field of science: forensic anthropology. Using
methods similar to those police have developed
to solve crimes, British scientists, assisted by
Israeli archeologists, have re-created what they
believe is the most accurate image of the most
famous face in human history.
.
.

POPULAR MECHANICS
An outgrowth of physical anthropology,
forensic anthropology uses cultural and
archeological data as well as the physical and
biological sciences to study different groups of
people, explains A. Midori Albert, a professor
who teaches forensic anthropology at the
University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
Experts in this highly specialized field require a
working knowledge of genetics, and human
growth and development. In their research they
also draw from the fields of primatology,
paleoanthropology (the study of primate and
human evolution) and human osteology (the
study of the skeleton). Even seemingly distant
fields like nutrition, dentistry and climate
adaptation play a role in this type of
investigation.
While forensic anthropology is usually used to
solve crimes, Richard Neave, a medical artist
retired from The University of Manchester in
England, realized it also could shed light on the
appearance of Jesus. The co-author of Making
Faces: Using Forensic And Archaeological
Evidence , Neave had ventured in controversial
areas before. Over the past two decades, he had
reconstructed dozens of famous faces, including
Philip II of Macedonia, the father of Alexander
the Great, and King Midas of Phrygia. If anyone
could create an accurate portrait of Jesus, it
would be Neave....
.
.

read more and the picture >>> https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/health/a234/1282186/[/center]From the first time Christian children
settle into Sunday school classrooms, an
image of Jesus Christ is etched into their
minds.
.
.

In North America he is most
often depicted as being taller than his
disciples, lean, with long, flowing, light brown
hair, fair skin and light-colored eyes. Familiar
though this image may be, it is inherently
flawed. A person with these features and
physical bearing would have looked very
different from everyone else in the region
where Jesus lived and ministered. Surely the
authors of the Bible would have mentioned so
stark a contrast.
.
.

On the contrary, according to the Gospel of
Matthew, when Jesus was arrested in the
garden of Gethsemane before the Crucifixion,
Judas Iscariot had to indicate to the soldiers
whom Jesus was because they could not tell
him apart from his disciples. Further clouding
the question of what Jesus looked like is the
simple fact that nowhere in the New Testament
is Jesus described, nor have any drawings of
him ever been uncovered.
.
.

There is the additional problem of having
neither a skeleton nor other bodily remains to
probe for DNA. In the absence of evidence, our
images of Jesus have been left to the
imagination of artists.
The influences of the artists' cultures and
traditions can be profound, observes Carlos F.
Cardoza-Orlandi, associate professor of world
Christianity at Columbia Theological Seminary
in Atlanta. "While Western imagery is
dominant, in other parts of the world he is
often shown as black, Arab or Hispanic." And
so the fundamental question remains: What did
Jesus look like?
.
.

THERE IS THE ADDITIONAL
PROBLEM OF HAVING
NEITHER A SKELETON NOR
OTHER BODILY REMAINS
TO PROBE FOR DNA.
.
.

An answer has emerged from an exciting new
field of science: forensic anthropology. Using
methods similar to those police have developed
to solve crimes, British scientists, assisted by
Israeli archeologists, have re-created what they
believe is the most accurate image of the most
famous face in human history.
.
.

POPULAR MECHANICS
An outgrowth of physical anthropology,
forensic anthropology uses cultural and
archeological data as well as the physical and
biological sciences to study different groups of
people, explains A. Midori Albert, a professor
who teaches forensic anthropology at the
University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
Experts in this highly specialized field require a
working knowledge of genetics, and human
growth and development. In their research they
also draw from the fields of primatology,
paleoanthropology (the study of primate and
human evolution) and human osteology (the
study of the skeleton). Even seemingly distant
fields like nutrition, dentistry and climate
adaptation play a role in this type of
investigation.
While forensic anthropology is usually used to
solve crimes, Richard Neave, a medical artist
retired from The University of Manchester in
England, realized it also could shed light on the
appearance of Jesus. The co-author of Making
Faces: Using Forensic And Archaeological
Evidence , Neave had ventured in controversial
areas before. Over the past two decades, he had
reconstructed dozens of famous faces, including
Philip II of Macedonia, the father of Alexander
the Great, and King Midas of Phrygia. If anyone
could create an accurate portrait of Jesus, it
would be Neave....
.
.

read more and the picture >>> https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/health/a234/1282186/
Business / Re: Football (+/Other Sports) Betting Season 14 by ClownPrinceOfPi: 10:43am On Jul 07
NLReposter:
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Me self noticed it this morning.Its like he said it yesterday sef.If it was me myself I would do so instead of putting myself in danger. Expectant crumbees like Jerrythafinisher right now...

Business / Re: Football (+/Other Sports) Betting Season 14 by NLReposter: 10:32am On Jul 07
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Business / Re: Football (+/Other Sports) Betting Season 14 by NLReposter: 10:28am On Jul 07
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Foreign Affairs / Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidexiii: 9:20am On Jul 07
Xbee007:
This is why we advocate for Armoured Personnel Carriers.

Have always said this until we make MRAP’s our least means of standard transport for troops this would always happen.
Honestly the service chiefs especially COAS should meet and do a presentation showing images from videos/pictures of immediate effect of I.E.D on light skinned hilux vehicle to the house committee on defense/security probably this would force the Federal government to do some serious procurements.
Even with the MRAP you would still have chances of casualties both KIA and WIA both the figures would drop. I saw pictures of Egyptian MRAPs two days ago on twitter blown into pieces caused by ISIS I.E.D, with the light skinned Toyota hilux your chances are zero !
R.I.P. to all those gallant officers.

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Health / Enugu Commences Construction Of 7 Primary Health Centres In 7 Lgas by OEPHIUS(m): 8:32am On Jul 07
Gov. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi administration’s special attention in the rural areas of Enugu State gathers momentum as images below show that construction works have commenced at the 7 units of Type-3 Primary Health Care Centre in Ezeagu, Nkanu East, Igbo-Etiti, Igbo-Eze South, Isi-Uzo, Udenu and Uzo-Uwani Local Government Areas, awarded three weeks ago by the State Executive Council (EXCO).

The landmark projects are part of the concerted efforts of the Gov. Ugwuanyi administration to equip and develop the rural communities and increase the state government’s capacity to provide quality, accessible and affordable healthcare services for the safety, health and wellbeing of the rural populace.


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Politics / Re: Pension Fraud: Ihedioha Exonerates Self, Blames Okorocha by TheRealProphet(m): 7:58am On Jul 07
I blame buhari, i blame Nigeria youths, i blame those that voted this fraudsters into office...
Who go blame tinubu the fraudster.?

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Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by TheSuperNerd(m): 6:58am On Jul 07
How ex-Chelsea star Mikel left Ikamva in awe during training stint at Ajax Cape Town

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The ex-Nigeria captain made a brief stop at the Urban Warriors on his way to football stardom highlighted by a long stint at Stamford Bridge

Former Ajax Cape Town chairman John Comitis regrets not accepting the signing-on fee for former Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel who had been offered to them in December 2003.

Then a 16-year-old, Mikel arrived in Cape Town for a week-long trial spell and torched Ajax's Ikamva training grounds with some sublime touches that left everyone awestruck.

So impressive was Mikel that then Ajax coach Gordon Igesund had to briefly abandon the former Nigerian's first training session and stormed into Comitis’ office demanding that he signed the teenager.

“After about 20 minutes of training I told the players, ‘listen guys, I’ve got to dash somewhere but I’ll be back’. I left my assistant conducting training and I went straight into John’s office and I said, ‘John, sign this player right now, call him now and sign him right away’,” Igesund told Far Post.
“The boy was in a different league. He was big, strong and he could pass the ball. We tried everything in our power to sign him, but there were a few issues – between Manchester United and another club. I don’t think he had intentions of signing [for Ajax].”


Mikel was already on the radar of Manchester United and Chelsea who later on were involved in a protracted fight for the player’s signature before the Blues later won the battle.

Had Ajax met the R1 million signing-on fee demanded by Mikel and his handler, they might have left the Premier League giants holding some fresh air.

The Urban Warriors could have taken advantage of the fact that Mikel did jot qualify for a UK work permit and sign the player who had the potential of earning them big money from his sale.

“During the first training session, Gordon Igesund came to me and said just sign him. I said I’ll try,” said Comitis.
“He was really special, but they were talking about a R1 million signing-on fee. Had I known what I know today it was cheap at that price, but you never know.”


Not only Igesund was blown away by Mikel, but also former Ajax forward Nathan Paulse who believes that Mikel’s boots were too big for Premier Soccer League (PSL) football.

“We could not believe he was 16 at that time. He was that good. He had authority, he had presence, he was extremely good on the ball,” Paulse said.
“We looked at each other during his first two days and wondered if he was really 16. From a playing point of view, he was amazing. I don’t think playing in the PSL would have done him good.
“His ability was just too good at that age. He stood out immediately, he was extremely calm on the ball. He could run with the ball like a top professional. I don’t think the PSL would have suited him in terms of the actual level.”


It came as not a surprise that Mikel went on to win a Uefa Champions League crown and two Premier League titles with Chelsea.

Mikel, who is now a free agent after recently leaving Turkish side Trabzonspor, also lifted the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations with Nigeria.



Source: Goal

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by jpphilips(m): 4:56am On Jul 07
komekn:


You should know l can easily substantiate my position, using appropriate metrics as well as the USAF AFTOC.

You could easily do a degree on this subject some reports on costing l have are 200 pages long. There are a number of different metrics used.

But l have made my point clear, which us simply that USAF costs and NAF costs will be dramatic different.

l am sorry, l don't see it as important to score points of, I know more than you or you know more than me.

You make your points by turning facts on its head!!
going by your wacked logic, an air traffic controller during an F22 take off should earn more than an F15?
Isn't that common sense why personnel wages ain't part of the template because its
definitely the same with every aircraft.

One will expect you to present a template that support your claim, as usual, nothing!! just type a thousand words of BS.
Adults speak with facts not images in their head.

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Religion / Re: Where Is Almunjid The Curser Who Cursed Otem In The Name Of Allah? by TheSourcerer: 12:36am On Jul 07
LordReed:


Mr Spiritual Boko Haram, glad you decided to drop the pretense. I sleep like a baby, maybe I will see your god in a dream so that I can give him a dropkick off a cliff.

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Me I wanna Anal fist Christ , I wanna see him too in my dream
Religion / Re: Where Is Almunjid The Curser Who Cursed Otem In The Name Of Allah? by LordReed(m): 12:33am On Jul 07
Willy7:
Mr ignorance, continue to understand. Good you understand. So it won't be a matter of surprise when the One you choose to mock decides to have a meeting with you. He neither sleeps nor slumber, but you sleep right? Continue

Mr Spiritual Boko Haram, glad you decided to drop the pretense. I sleep like a baby, maybe I will see your god in a dream so that I can give him a dropkick off a cliff.

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Religion / Re: Where Is Almunjid The Curser Who Cursed Otem In The Name Of Allah? by LordReed(m): 12:27am On Jul 07
hakeem4:
thats the best they have to offer. To threaten people

Sad people.

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