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In Lagos, Pastor Killed On Pulpit by unknown gunmen. 

Pastor Bolanle Ibrahim, the pastor in charge of King of Kings Parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God () in Maidan village of Ikosi, Ketu Local Area of Lagos State, was killed by unidentified gunmen.

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The assailants who invaded the church premises during a child dedication service shot the deceased, according to the DAILY POST.

It was also learned that the attackers who broke into the church in search of the deceased brought a still photograph of the victim with them.

It was a sad news , RCCG Pastor Killed On Pulpit

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When contacted by an Ejes Gist News correspondent, state Police Public Relations Officer CSP Muyiwa Adejobi was unable to take his calls.

Mrs. Justina Alebiosu, the victim’s aunt, confirmed the development to New Telegraph. Mrs Justina could not be reached by Our correspondent.

“Before they killed him, they showed him his picture to identify if he was the right person they came for,” she claims. His passing was untimely, and we have lost a gentleman. We were Muslims when we were born, but we converted to Christianity. I guess that my brother did some sort of business with someone.”

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Meanwhile, Athletics Federation of Nigeria loses $2.76m deal

The Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) has lost a four-year deal worth $2.76 million with PUMA, a German sportswear conglomerate.

The agreement with PUMA was signed in 2019 and was set to expire in 2022.

Under the terms of the agreement, PUMA will provide Nigeria’s Athletics team with free kits for all age groups for the next four years.

Additionally, gold medalists at the Olympic Games will receive $15,000, silver medalists will receive 5,000, and bronze medalists will receive $3000 for wearing PUMA apparel at the games.

PUMA, on the other hand, announced the contract’s termination in a letter dated August 4, 2021.

Manuel Edlheimb, PUMA’s director, signed the letter, which stated that it was officially notifying the Athletics Federation of Nigeria of its termination of sponsoring and licencing agreements.


  1. Nigerians must ask for justice for the unjust killing of a good human-being Pastor Bolanle Ibrahim and for his children. Send a message to Evil in the country!


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