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Massachusetts Institute of Technology reveals when world will end

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT, researchers have revealed when the world will end.

MIT disclosed that its developed computer has predicted that the world will end in the year 2020, The Express reports.

According to the algorithm predictions of the computer software, omen of doom has resurfaced of an imminent apocalypse.

The report analyzed trends such as pollution levels, population growth and the depletion of natural re.s as a sign that the end was near.

“At around 2020, the condition of the planet becomes highly critical.

“If we do nothing about it, the quality of life goes down to zero. Pollution becomes so seriously it will start to kill people, which in turn will cause the population to diminish, lower than it was in 1900.

“At this stage, around 2040 to 2050, civilized life as we know it on this planet will cease to exist.

“The model is already proving accurate because it forecast a slowdown in the growth of living standards.”

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We are afraid of speaking out because of the frightening insecurity – Christian council of Nigeria

Archbishop Tunde Adeleye, the chairman of the Christian Council of Nigeria in the south-south has revealed that the church is afraid of speaking out against the ills affecting the country because of the insecurity challenge witnessed across the country. 

 

Recalling how his predecessor was kidnapped and how junior pastors in the diocese he heads are attacked, the Archbishop for Anglican Church diocese for Niger Delta told journalists that there is an intimidation of the church and they are nursing the wounds inflicted on her. 

 

“The too many kidnappings and killings of pastors in Nigeria have become very worrisome. There is frightening insecurity even to the stage that the church has become afraid to speak out anymore. There is intimidation of the church.  A handful is still talking, but the church is nursing the wounds inflicted on her” the Archbishop said. 

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“I robbed to raise money to bail my gang member from Kirikiri prison”- Suspect tells RRS

25-year-old Sadiq Yinusa, pictured above, has been arrested by operatives of the Rapid Response Squad, RRS, of the Lagos State Police Command, for attempted robbery. When interr.ted, Yinusa said he went to rob at a nightclub in the Igbobi area of the state so he can raise money to secure the release of his other gang member who is currently being held at the Kirikiri prison.

 

Yinusa was arrested at a nightclub in Igbobi while attempting to rob the club supervisor. Armed with a locally made shot gun, 4 live cartridges, a socket wrench, a chisel and a plier, Yinusa attempted to rob the night club supervisor but was apprehended.

 

When interr.ted, Yinusa said

 

“Prince Chika, currently serving prison sentence in Kirikiri for robbery, called me last week to help him hassle around for funds to secure his freedom from prison. I have visited him in the prison a week ago and he had called me from prison to appeal for my assistance. He gave me the location of this gun and some of the arms he used.

He has assured me to pay back within the first few weeks of regaining freedom. I retrieved all these arms from the bush where he kept them before heading for the operation. He told me that he bought the gun in Anambra State for a sum of N5000. Yesterday was the first day I would fire a gun during an operation. Everybody had already left the club in Morocco Road, Igbobi when I scaled the fence. I saw the supervisor, and at gunpoint, I requested for his wallet.

I felt he was wasting time, so, I shot him but he dodged it and raised alarm. I was escaping when I ran into a patrol team of RRS men responding to distress noise. I was a pickpocket and a burglar before venturing into robbery. Last week, I broke into three houses in Somolu. From each of the houses, I collected two mobile phones of my victims. I also got three laptops as well as jewelry. I sold them to Adamu Jubril.

Whenever, I collect ATM cards from victims, it is Korede Baki (22) that assist me in doing the withdrawals. I collected the PIN along with the ATM card at gun point.”

Also arrested with the suspect were the receivers; Jubril Adamu and Korede Baki. According to Jubril Adamu, popularly called Ango, a trader in Tejuosho Market, Yaba,

 

“I have been buying stolen items from Yinusa for over six months now. I have bought over 15 mobile phones, laptops and jewelry from him. I bought laptops from him at N30,000:00 each.”

 

 

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Kidnappers on the prowl in Abuja, abduct lecturer, two teenagers, others in 24 hours

Kidnappers are on a prowl in Abuja, the nations capital, as a lecturer at Base University Abuja, Abubakar Alkali and two teenagers were abducted on Saturday September 14th in Abuja. 

 

According to reports, the teenagers were returning from Quranic lecture at Wuse zone 6, when they were abducted.  Also on Saturday, unknown gunmen abducted one Hannah Azuibuike near Habiba plaza in Maitama, and also Ummi Ardo who was kidnapped outside Blickers super market in Asokoro.

 

In a statement released on Sunday September 15th, Ardo’s father who is an Adamawa-based politician, confirmed  his daughter’s abduction and said no one has heard from her abductors.

“My daughter, Ai’shat Umar Ardo (Ummi)), 24, was kidnapped at Blinkers Shopping mall, No.46 Nkwame Nkurma crescent, Asokoro around 7:45pm yesterday. They put her in an ash Camry and zoomed off. Nothing is heard of her since, and no call is yet received from them. Your prayer is needed. Thank you.” the statement read

 

Spokesperson of the FCT police command, Anjuguri Manzah, confirmed the reported abductions but declined to give further comments.

 

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