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Benin – Telecom Reforms, Lower Tarrifs Underway

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The council of ministers last Wednesday, has decided to endow national coverage, 67 Communes out of the 77 that counts our country, of high-speed Internet. Pending the effective implementation of this decision, the Minister in charge of the digital economy has decided to vote on the GSM network tariffs.

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Faced with the difficulties encountered by subscribers due to the quality of the services offered, Rafiatou Monrou opts for the reduction of telephone communication rates in Benin. It was last Friday that the minister in charge of the digital economy received the promoters of the GSM networks in order to notify them the wish of the government to see the cost of telephone communication reduced.

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During this working session, the minister asks that the various malfunctions noted on the benefits be corrected within a very reasonable time and that the tariffs are also revised downwards in this week. What the GSM network promoters understood and agreed to.

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Is Nnamdi Kanu The Igbo Giant Pastor Tunde Bakare Said Was Mocking And Pursuing Him In His Dream?

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Lest we forget, Pastor Tunde Bakare fell on stage in 2015, thereafter he recalled how he saw an Igbo Giant mocking and pursuing him.

Pastor Bakare also recalled premonition he had during a dream. He described that a humungous giant in Igbo clothing chased and mocked him.

 

Pastor Tunde Bakare offered the first details after his May 18th collapse while on the stage of his Latter Rain Assembly church.

Pastor Bakare told members of his church this past Sunday that “I was discharged on Wednesday with a clean bill of health.”

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In a YouTube video reviewed by SaharaReporters of this past Sunday’s sermon, Pastor Bakare added that “the cause was exhaustion: too much work, too much people’s pressure.”

He also said that, “That I had not been taking enough water. So I am on compulsory medication of two liters of water per day.”

Pastor Bakare explained that his exhaustion was caused in part because of his travels between Lagos, Abuja, London, and Atlanta, US.  He also stated that he ignored the warning signs in the days leading to his collapse.

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Pastor Bakare also recalled premonition he had during a dream. He described that a humungous giant in Igbo clothing chased and mocked him.

He said one “afternoon I had a dream. It was an unusual dream. I saw a ring on my little finger. I don’t wear two rings, I only wear one. I looked up and coming from my left side was an unusual giant I’d never seen before. It was unusually humongous and wore an Igbo attire. It was a giant and it was coming towards me. All that I knew to do was raise the ring up. As soon as I raise it laughed and went on. I returned.”

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Pastor Bakare was not able to explain many more details of what the giant could mean or why it wore Igbo attire.

Now, who do you think was the Igbo giant Bakare saw in his dream?

 

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Benin – Father Julien Pénoukou: “there is a fundamental problem”

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Following the government’s ban on religious demonstrations on public roads, Julien Pénoukou, national chaplain of cadres and politicians and president of the Christian Catholic Governance Observatory, held a meeting with the group on Monday, January 30, 2017. Press “The Matinal”. Read the full story below.
How do you appreciate the decision of the Government prohibiting religious manifestations occupying public roads?

I thank you for the question you are asking me, and certainly all those around the minister and elsewhere are asking. I can say that this is really disturbing. What is disturbing? The way. I think we need to review how we intervene and manage men.

You really have to be careful to manage this country. I am not a lecturer, but I notice a number of things that are beginning to get me concerned and worrying. And I have many other examples to advance on this plan with all due respect to our authorities. As regards the Way of the Cross, I have several observations to make.

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The Way of the Cross or other religious manifestations since we talked about the Muslim brothers and sisters who were dismissed manu militari; That’s what they said.
When you want to do something like this, you have to have the delicacy to approach the authorities concerned to exchange with them and also to put them to use because they are better situated to explain to their faithful and the Minister of Justice Is also part of the faithful to explain the new jets of reform that we have.

We can not get up and then make decisions and tell us now that there is not this, there is not that, but we will. If it is to reveal Benin and realize a new Benin, we all agree but there is a way of doing it.

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So if we want to draw the consequences of what you have just told me that there will be no more demonstrations on the public road; What events? If it is installation and appropriation of the public road; But if one can not go in procession to go from one place to another, cross a street to go in another street; Not even in our own church so I think there will be even more demonstrations of support for the government.

Yes, we knew that but there are parishes that have spaces that cross the streets. We go from one street to the other to do processions. I’m talking about the details. In any case, I am at the level of principles and I say the streets is not a caricature. To go to the cemetery with the coffins, we must no longer pass because we only pass. We do not settle; We do not take ownership.

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One can no longer pass to bury these dead; We can no longer pass for demonstrations of support to the government and then nothing on the streets? No ! No ! I think there is a fundamental problem. Let us sit down because we should not create unnecessary tensions. I want us to respect each other and take the time because all that is done without time is not respected by time.
Transcribed by Mohamed Amoussa (Stag)

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