Pastor Arrested For Rubbing Olive Oil On Church Members Vagina and Clitoris

The founder and leader of Faith Word Church International at Nii Boi Town in Accra has been arrested by the police for allegedly rubbing Olive oil in the vagina and on the clitoris of his church member.

Pastor Edmond Kakrae Agyei, according to the Tesano police, claimed he was casting evil spirits that had possessed the victim by applying the oil in her private part.

After the act, the pastor allegedly attempted to rape the victim but she reportedly shouted for help and managed to escape.

Pastor Edmond Kakrae Agyei has provisionally been charged for indecent assault and breach of trust.

The Tesano Divisional Crime Officer, DSP Aba-Afari, who confirmed the incident to DAILY GUIDE, said the victim is an 18-year-old Senior High School graduate who fellowships with her parents in that church.

The pastor confided in the victim’s mother (named withheld) after church service on Sunday, August 28, 2016 that God had revealed to him through a vision that her daughter was possessed with an evil spirit.

He requested the woman to allow the girl come for deliverance service on Tuesday, August 30.

On that Tuesday, the mother of the victim asked her daughter to go for service but when the victim got to the church, the pastor requested that they go to his house for the said deliverance to be carried out and the victim obliged.

At his residence, the pastor allegedly asked the victim if she had ever accepted any love proposal from a man but she answered in the negative.

“Pastor Edmond Kakrae Agyei again asked the victim if she had experienced menstrual pains before and the victim answered in the affirmative,” DSP Aba-Afari narrated.

The police officer said the founder of the church then told the victim that the menstrual pains were the work of the devil and that he could deliver her by smearing anointing oil on her navel.

The pastor then ordered the victim to lie down and remove her dress while he rubbed the oil on her naval and parts of her abdomen.

The suspect further asked the victim to remove her pants and he rubbed the oil on the victim’s vagina and clitoris.

When the victim asked him to explain his actions, the pastor allegedly said he was being directed by the Holy Spirit to do so.

The 18-year-old victim resisted and attempted to stand up.

Pastor Agyei at that point grabbed the victim and forcefully kissed her and it was at that point that the victim raised an alarm for help.

The victim overpowered the pastor, came out of his room and reported the matter to her parents in the house.

A compliant was later lodged with the police which led to his arrest.

Samsung recalls Note 7 flagship over explosive batteries

Courtesy of BBC News

Samsung Electronics is recalling its flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphone and said that battery problems were behind phones catching fire.

The decision follows reports in the US and South Korea of the phone “exploding” during or after charging.

The South Korean company said customers who had already bought the phone would be able to swap it for a new one.

Samsung said it had been difficult to work out which phones were affected among the 2.5 million Note 7s sold.

“There was a tiny problem in the manufacturing process, so it was very difficult to figure out,” the president of Samsung’s mobile business Koh Dong-jin told reporters.

“It will cost us so much it makes my heart ache. Nevertheless, the reason we made this decision is because what is most important is customer safety,” he said.

The firm said it would take about two weeks to prepare replacement devices.

According to Samsung, the phone has been launched in 10 countries so far but with different companies supplying the batteries.

The recall comes just one week ahead of an expected presentation of a new iPhone model from its main rival Apple.

What makes lithium batteries catch fire?

Analysis: Zoe Kleinman, BBC technology reporter

This is an extraordinary decision for a tech giant to make based on so few reported incidents – Samsung says it is aware of only 35 cases worldwide.

It’s bad timing so soon after a big product launch and especially given that Samsung’s rival Apple is understood to be preparing to unveil a new iPhone.

However, the firm says it has discovered a problem with the battery cell and is halting sales while it inspects its suppliers.

People who have already bought the device – which is only available to pre-order in the UK – will be issued with a replacement.

Stories about exploding smartphone batteries do make the news from time to time – lithium ion batteries are flammable but very widely used.

Reported ‘explosions’

Over the past few days, several users have reported their phones catching fire or exploding while charging, and Samsung said it had confirmed 35 such cases.

A YouTube user uploaded a video under the name

Ariel Gonzalez on 29 August of a Galaxy Note 7 with burnt rubber casing and damaged screen.

He said the handset “caught fire” shortly after he unplugged the official Samsung charger, less than a fortnight after purchasing it.

Further images of a burnt Galaxy Note 7 were uploaded to Kakao Story, a popular social media site in Korea, on 30 August.

A user wrote: “There was another explosion of the Galaxy Note 7. It was my friend’s phone. A Samsung employee checked the site and he is currently in talks over the compensation with Samsung. You should use its original charger just in case and leave the phone far away from where you are while charging.”

Flagship phone

The phone was only launched on 19 August and has since then been generally well-received by critics and consumers.

The Galaxy Note 7 model is the latest of Samsung’s series of so called phablets – smartphones with very large screens.

Samsung also added an iris scanner to the Note 7, which lets users unlock the phone by detecting patterns in the eyes.

In July, Samsung beat expectations with record earnings in the latest quarter with strong smartphone sales helping the firm post its best quarterly results in more than two years.

Samsung had predicted continued increase in demand for its smartphones and tablets in the second half of the year.

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Britney Spears, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj Make Moves on Hot 100 Following 2016 VMAs

Britney Spears and G-Eazy perform onstage during the 2016 MTV Music Video Awards at Madison Square Garden on Aug. 28, 2016 in New York City.

“Make Me,” “Side to Side” & more surge after performances on the MTV Video Music Awards Aug. 28.

As previously reported, The Chainsmokers and featured artist Halsey top the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Sept. 17) for a third week with “Closer.” The song solidifies its No. 1 ranking following the acts’ performance of it at the MTV Video Music Awards , broadcast live on the network from Madison Square Garden in New York on Aug. 28.

Chainsmokers & Halsey Top Hot 100 for Third Week

Plus, Rihanna ‘s No. 7-peaking “Needed Me” returns to the Hot 100’s top 10 (11-10) after she performed the song during her four-part medley of hits at the VMAs; Rihanna was also honored with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award for lifetime achievement.

Meanwhile, other stars of the VMAs notch notable Hot 100 action.

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Britney Spears’ “Make Me…” featuring G-Eazy vaults 58-17 on the Hot 100, winning top Digital Gainer honors and returning to its peak position, first set upon its debut six weeks ago. The track re-enters Digital Songs at No. 3 (also matching its peak), up by 387 percent to 71,000 sold, in the week ending Sept. 1, according to Nielsen Music; it debuted with 96,000.

“Make Me…” also rockets 23-1 on the Pop Digital Songs sales chart, becoming Spears’ first No. 1 on the survey since “Scream & Shout,” with will.i.am, for three weeks in 2012-13. Also aiding the song’s sales: its discount to 69 cents in the iTunes Store.

On Streaming Songs, “Make Me…” re-enters at No. 33 (a new peak), up by 70 percent to 7.3 million U.S. streams.

Barbra Streisand Earns 11th No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart With ‘Encore’ / Florida Georgia Line, Britney Spears & Young Thug Debut in Top 10 on Billboard 200

“Make Me…” appears to have peaked at No. 20 on the Pop Songs airplay chart (dipping 21-22 on the Sept. 17 tally), although RCA Records is continuing to promote the song to the format and has not yet moved on to another single from Spears’ new album, Glory , which, as previously reported, debuts at No. 3 on the Billboard 200.

Ariana Grande and featured artist Nicki Minaj pedal onto the Hot 100 at No. 31 with “Side to Side,” the chart’s highest debut of the week. After their performance of the track on the VMAs, partly on stationary bikes, the track speeds onto the Streaming Songs chart at No. 17 with 10 million U.S. streams, up 1,157 percent. On Digital Songs, it debuts at No. 26 (29,000 sold, up 2,744 percent from 1,000 sold the week before).

MTV VMAs: Ariana Grande, Kanye West Lead Billboard + Twitter Trending 140 Chart

Also, after performing the song during the VMAs pre-show, Lukas Graham logs its second top 40 Hot 100 hit, as “Mama Said” jumps 47-36. The track, another that’s on sale for 69 cents in the iTunes Store, blasts 20-10 on Digital Songs (42,000, up 24 percent); rises 50-45 on Radio Songs (28 million, up 9 percent); and increases by 13 percent to 4 million U.S. streams.

The Danish pop group reached No. 2 on the Hot 100 for four weeks in April and May with its debut hit, “7 Years.”

Billboard Hot 100 Festival Releases Set Times & Stage Map

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The second annual Billboard Hot 100 Festival — hosted by Billboard in partnership with Live Nation — is just around the corner. Only a few days separate fans from performances byAriana Grande, Calvin Harris, J. Cole,Fetty Wap, Martin Garrix, Desiigner and more.

And now, you know when and where you can catch your favorite acts: The daily schedule for the festival was just released.

The two-day Hot 100 Festival kicks off Aug. 20 with Grande, Garrix and Fetty Wap on the Hot 100 stage. Performances from the 40-plus artists have been split into three stages over the two-day period. Tickets to the festival are still available here.

Billboard Hot 100 Fest 2016

 

WhatsApp Gold scam is trying to trick WhatsApp users

WhatsAppers beware! There’s another scam in town, and it’s been catching out LOTS of unsuspecting users.

If you have received an exclusive invitation to install a “limited edition” version of the popular messaging app called WhatsApp Gold, don’t be fooled.

There is only one version of WhatsApp, and it’s the version you are already using.

Victims of the scam have reportedly received a message that says: “Hey Finally Secret Whatsapp golden version has been leaked, This version is used only by big celebrities. Now we can use it too.”

The upgrade claims to offer new features such as the ability to have video chats, send 100 pictures at once, and delete messages after you have sent them.

Users are then asked to click on a link to download the update.

However, the link takes them to website that is riddled with malicious software, infecting their smartphones with nasty viruses.

It is not known how many people have been received the message. However, it seems to have mainly infected Android devices.

If you receive the message, delete it straight away and install antivirus software on your phone – which you should download directly from the Google Play app store.