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Man in shock, calls on Jesus after discovering python in the engine of his motorcycle (video)


A Nigerian man has been left in great shock after he discovered a python inside the engine of his motorcycle, following a trip from Nnewi to Aguleri, Anambra State.

According to him, he has been riding the motorcycle for a long time not knowing that a snake has been living in its engine. He said he is surprised to find the python in the engine of his motorcycle because he washes it every day.

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But after a trip from Nnewi to aguleri in Anambra state, he was shocked to discover a live python right inside the engine of his motorcycle.

Sharing his story, the man wondered that the snake could survive the heat of the engine.

He concluded that the python was spiritual and broke into prayers, calling on Holy Ghost fire to consume the snake.

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Kogi Assembly seeks govt. to immortalize first female combatant helicopter pilot



Kogi House of Assembly on Thursday called on the State Government to immortalize the first female Combatant Helicopter Pilot, Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile, who died on Tuesday in Kaduna.

The call is indicated in a resolution of the House following the adoption of an oral motion moved by Mr. Kilani Olumo, (APC-Ijumu) at Plenary.

Presenting the motion, Olumo said that the deceased pilot who died at the age of 24 years had contributed her quota to the on-going fight against insecurity, crime, and criminality in the country in her short but eventful lifespan.

The legislator noted that her death was painful, describing it as a great loss to the country and Kogi.

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Oluomo said that immortalizing the late pilot should be seen from the perspective of reward for hard work and dedication to the protection of the nation’s territorial integrity as well as encouragement for the younger generation to embrace hard work.

The lawmaker prayed to God to grant the family and Nigeria Air Force and the state, the grace to bear the loss.

Alhaji Isah Umar Tenimu (APC-Lokoja I), while seconding the motion, described it as timely in view of the efforts of the late Pilot to the nation’s security and territorial integrity.

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Speaker of the House Matthew Kolawole, in his ruling, urged the state government to urgently immortalize the young icon in view of her immense contributions to the security of the nation.

The house observed a minute silence in honor of the first Nigerian female combatant helicopter pilot, an indigene of  Ijumu Local Government Area of the state.

It would be recalled that Tolulope Arotile, 24, a graduate of Mathematics from the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA), Kaduna; had her professional training in South Africa, qualified as a Helicopter Bomber Officer and was winged into the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) in 2019.

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She was the first female Nigerian to be so decorated and was on a one week rest after returning from an operation against bandits in Katsina when she died in an accident in Kaduna.

Her father, Mr. Akintunde Arotile, said that  his daughter was not only of high Intelligence Quotient (IQ) but simply “wonderful” adding, “I just thank God that she was able to achieve her dreams as a baby, to fly an aircraft one day.”

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Photographer lives in camera-shaped house, names sons Canon, Nikon and Epson (Video)



A 49-year-old professional photographer Ravi Hongal from Belgaum, India has taken his passion for the profession to another level by naming his three sons after iconic camera brands – Canon, Nikon and Epson.

Not only that, but he also spent a small fortune on a three-story villa shaped like a giant camera.

He reportedly spent around $95,000 on the house that is shaped like a giant vintage camera, complete with a lens-shaped window, flash, and even a giant SD card.

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A local news blog All About Belgaum reports that although he wasn’t the best student of photography, he was always shooting pictures with Pentax and Zenit cameras.

He later started his own photography business and named his studio after his wife, Rani.

But as if Ravi’s obsession with photography wasn’t already obvious, he decided to put it on full display by having his three story house designed as a giant grey camera featuring all kinds of photo-related elements, like a lens, a giant camera flash, SD card, several film reels, as well as the names of his sons – Canon, Nikon and Epson.

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His unusual home was recently showcased in a Caters clip and while only the exterior is visible, the description claims that the interior decorations are along the same lines, with ceilings and walls designed as different parts of a camera.

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As IPOB leader, I can destroy anywhere I want, Nnamdi Kanu boasts (Video)



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The leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has declared himself a very powerful man.

Kanu in his recent broadcast on Radio Biafra said as the leader of IPOB who has over two million men under his command, he can decide who lives or dies.

The UK-based Biafra agitator who is reportedly in Germany presently, also boasted that he has the power to destroy anywhere he wants to have destroyed.

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