‘Jesus Look alike’ speaks about his false news arrest and deportation from Kenya

The American Preacher who has been referred to many has Jesus, has broken his silence over claims of his arrest and deportation from Kenya where he was guest for a two-day crusade.

According to his Facebook page, this “modern-day Jesus” goes by the real name, Michael Job, an American preacher and actor. He was in Kenya attending an interdenominational Christian event as a guest speaker.

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He resides in Orlando, Florida. According to the BBC, he has been playing Jesus at The Holy Land Experience theme park, which describes itself as “a living, biblical museum.”

On Monday, he shared photos of his visit to Kenya with the caption: “I truly praise God for these awesome men and women of God of whom have served Jesus with all their heart. God has used them powerfully and they have been such a huge blessing in my life this past week. Thank you so much for blessing my life.

A viral story by an online portal Daily Afrika has also been widely shared on social media with the headline: “Kenya government deports Jesus, arrests pastors who invited him.”

It claims among others that the arrest was because Michael Job had been “going round taking money from Kenyans to perform miracles, secure seats for them in heaven.

There is no confirmation of the said arrests or deportation in Kenya local media space nor is there any news to that effect from Kenya’s Immigration or security authorities.

“Mom & Dad, Please Forgive Me, I Was Deceived” – 19 Years Old Arrested Cultist, Begs Parent

A 19-year-old suspected cultist, Ayo Afiolorunsho, has asked his parents and family members to forgive him for bringing their names into shame. The suspect, who urged youths to shun crime, was arrested at the weekend by a team of policemen from Oworoshoki Police Division, led by a Superintendent of Police (SP), Nkereuwem Joshua.

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A police source said:

“The suspect was picked up at Oworoshoki area of the Third Mainland Bridge, as his group was planning a deadly attack on rival Eiye cult group. “The suspect confessed that they went to Oworonsoki, after leaving a meeting at Obalende. He said that they were supposed to have another meeting at Oworoshoki, when police appeared and arrested them all.”

The cultists, on sighting the police team, took to their heels. However, Afiolorunsho was arrested, in possession of a sword, which he said was for self-defence.

The suspect, who is a ‘vulcanizer,’ said he was initiated into the Aiye cult group in Ikorodu area of the state by other members of the cult who kept threatening him for refusing to become their member.

He said:

“There is nothing to gain from cultism. I regret being a member of Aiye. Those that forced me to join cultism made so many promises to me, but all were lies. “Since the police arrested me, not one member of the group under any guise has visited me. I am left to my fate.

My parents are ashamed of me. I plead with youths to shun cultism. If I should regain my freedom, I would relocate to my village immediately and practice my trade. I have ruined my future with the group that I joined. I’m finished. My future is gone! I don’t know if I will ever leave the police custody.”

Singer R Kelly´s judge orders lawyers not to talk about new evidence

A federal judge in Chicago has barred lawyers from divulging new evidence in R Kelly’s child pornography case.

The singer’s lawyers objected to the protective order Judge Harry Leinenweber approved during a hearing in US District Court, saying it would prevent them from responding to comments by accusers characterising any evidence.

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Defence lawyer Michael Leonard complained that potential witnesses are appearing on TV shows and in documentaries, “tainting” any future jury pool and that Kelly’s legal team should be able to counteract that.

But prosecutor Angel Krull said four out of five victims who could give evidence have never spoken publicly.

“The vast majority of our evidence has never seen the light of day,” she told the court.

Kelly is jailed on charges that also include coercing minors to engage in sex. Marshals are transporting him to New York for an arraignment on Friday on related charges. He did not attend Wednesday’s hearing.

Leinenweber’s order is not a gag on all comments by lawyers. They just cannot speak about evidence not yet made public. He told defence lawyers they can always ask him for permission to comment publicly on new evidence if Kelly accusers or their spokesmen comment on it in the press.

The judge also said he would like to aim for an April 2020 trial. He said he would like to fix a day during the next status hearing on September 4.

Messi, Ronaldo, Van Dijk Top List As FIFA Releases Best Player Nominees

FIFA has officially announced the nominees for their prestigious ‘The Best Men’s Player Nominees’.
Those who made it to the 10-man list include: Cristiano Ronaldo, Frankie De Jong, Matthijs de Ligt, Eden Hazard, Harry Kane, Sadio Mane, Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi, Mohammed Salah and Virgil Van Dijk.
According to FIFA, voting is now open.

Messi, Ronaldo, Van Dijk Top List As FIFA Releases Best Player Nominees

See the list as seen on FIFA’s Twitter page:

Cristiano Ronaldo 7
Helped side win Serie A as top goalscorer for club in all competitions
Named Serie A’s Most Valuable Player
Helped Portugal win UEFA Nations League

Frenkie de Jong 21
Won domestic league and cup double
Reached semi-finals of UEFA Champions League
Named Eredivisie Player of the Season

Matthijs de Ligt 3
Won domestic league and cup double
Reached semi-finals of UEFA Champions League
Named in Eredivisie and UEFA Champions League squads of the season

Harry Kane 9
Helped Tottenham Hotspur reach their first UEFA Champions League final
Scored 17 Premier League goals in 28 appearances for Spurs 
UEFA Nations League semi-finalist with England

Eden Hazard 10
Won UEFA Europa League with Chelsea
Club’s top goalscorer in all competitions
Named PFA Fans’ Player of the Year

Sadio Mane 10
Won UEFA Champions League
Joint top-scorer in Premier League
Helped Senegal to CAF Africa Cup of Nations final

Kylian Mbappe 10
Helped side win Ligue 1 and Trophee des Champions
Club’s top goalscorer in all competitions in 2018/19
Ligue 1 top goalscorer, named league’s Player of the Year

Lionel Messi 10
Won La Liga, helped side to UEFA Champions League semi-final and Copa del Rey final
Claimed European Golden Shoe as continent’s top goalscorer, was La Liga’s top assist-maker
Helped Argentina to bronze at 2019 Copa America

Mohamed Salah 10
Won UEFA Champions League
Club’s top goalscorer in all competitions in 2018/19
Joint top-scorer in Premier League

Virgil van Dijk 4
Won UEFA Champions League
Named PFA Players’ Player and Premier League Player of the Year
Helped Netherlands to UEFA Nations League final

US immigration agency names Venezuelan minister among ‘most wanted’

United States immigration officials have added Venezuelan government minister Tareck El Aissami, a suspected drug smuggler, to their list of most wanted fugitives, they said Wednesday.

“Have you seen this #mostwanted #fugitive?,” Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) posted on its Twitter account, alongside a picture of the industry minister and former deputy to President Nicolas Maduro.

“He’s wanted for international narcotics trafficking.”

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US federal authorities in March charged El Aissami with drug trafficking and dodging sanctions imposed by Washington.

If he is arrested and extradited El Aissami could face up to 30 years in prison.

The US designated El Aissami in February 2017 as having played “a significant role in international narcotics trafficking.”

“In his previous positions, he oversaw or partially owned narcotics shipments of more than 1,000 kilograms (2,200 pounds) from Venezuela on multiple occasions, including those with the final destinations of Mexico and the United States,” ICE said on its website.