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MIRACLE! How Dead Newborn Baby Resurrected

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A newborn baby reportedly ‘came back to life’ after being sprinkled with holy water at her wake in front of stunned relatives in Paraguay.

The baby girl was born prematurely when her 21-year-old mother, at only 32 weeks along, was taken to hospital last Friday after suffering from breathing problems.

According to Mail Online, doctors advised her to deliver the premature baby as both the lives of the mother and her daughter were at risk as the mother-to-be was not getting enough oxygen.

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Following an emergency caesarean section, her family received news that the baby girl was not showing any vital signs and had passed away. They later collected a death certificate and got a small coffin to hold a funeral.

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The hospital released the baby’s body to father Ignacio Medina Vega, who put his daughter in a tiny coffin and organised a small funeral. During the wake, her uncle saw the baby move her head after being sprinkled with holy water.

Ignacio told local media: ‘When the uncle arrived to say goodbye to her, he saw the baby was moving her head and was breathing.’

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He added: ‘Then we went to look and we could see her little heart beating.’

The family immediately took the baby back to the Regional Hospital of Ciudad del Este in the Paraguayan city of the same name.

Doctors placed the newborn in an incubator in intensive care where she is still fighting for survival.

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The father said: ‘She started crying when a doctor grabbed her. The doctors told us it was a miracle. The serious thing is that we were about to bury her alive.’

It is estimated that the infant remained in the coffin for over four hours and the lid was closed for around half that time.

Following her alleged ‘resurrection’, the baby’s parents have decided to name her Milagros de Jesús – which translates as Miracle of Jesus -, according to local media reports.

The baby girl, who weighs less than 600 grams, is now back in hospital, where doctors have given her a ‘very reserved prognosis’.

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Meanwhile, hospital officials are trying to establish why she was declared dead.

Hospital spokesperson Federico Schrodel said they haven’t ruled out the possibility of catalepsy, a condition characterised by a lack of response to external stimuli, loss of consciousness, and rigidity of the body.

He added: ‘Due to being premature, this is something that can happen, the patient is practically left without any vital signs.’

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Insecurity: Nigerian Army Gets Aviation Wing, Acquires Fighter Helicopters

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The Federal Government has established an aviation wing for the Nigerian Army, and acquired fighter helicopters for its operations.

According to the Director of Army Public Relations, Major General Onyema Nwachukwu, the BELL UH-1H, HUEY helicopters were received at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja on Friday.

He noted that the establishment of the Nigeria Army Aviation Wing would help strengthen operations.

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Nwachukwu said the BELL UH-1H Helicopters were equipped with advanced sensors and enablers to conduct a range of missions, including reconnaissance, surveillance, rescue, logistics, transportation and medical evacuation.

The statement reads: “NA has taken a significant step in enhancing its operational capabilities with the delivery of the first batch of new aircraft. The berthing of the aircraft marks a significant milestone in the development of the Nigerian Army Aviation’s capacity to provide air support for ground operations.

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“The aircraft BELL UH-1H, HUEY, helicopters, were formally received by the Chief of Army Staff, COAS, Lieutenant General Taoreed Lagbaja in a brief ceremony held at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja on Thursday 20 June, 2024.

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“Receiving the aircraft, General Lagbaja, noted that the renewed drive to establish an NA Aviation wing was conceived by the then-former COAS, Lieutenant General Kenneth Minimah, rtd, in 2014, with a three-phase ten-year implementation plan.

“The COAS extolled former Chiefs of Army Staff, maintaining that their tenacity and drive, along with the collective efforts of personnel and Nigerian Government’s political will, have been instrumental in realizing the fruition of NA Aviation.

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“Gen Lagbaja appreciated the various successive administrations for their support in training NA Pilots and Ground Crews as well as putting in place requisite structures.

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“The Army Chief also appreciated the forerunners, particularly the sister services and the Nigerian Police Force Aviation wing, for their support and encouragement. He noted that the NA is spurred to serve the nation better with the acquisition of the new platforms and provide Nigerians, an enabling environment for economic prosperity.”

In his remarks at the event, the Coordinator, Nigerian Army Aviation, Brigadier General Musa Alkali, stated that the arrival of the Nigerian Army Aviation Vanguard platforms is a significant milestone in the ongoing efforts to enhance the operational capabilities of the Nigerian Army Aviation, in line with the Chief of Army Staff’s Command Philosophy.

 

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JUST IN: Otuaro Promises Revamp In Presidential Amnesty Programme

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The administrator, Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) Dr Dennis Otuaro has promised to commence education and vocational training for ex-agitators of the Niger Delta region.

Otuaro made the promise on friday at an ongoing stakeholders meeting in Warri, Delta State.

The stakeholders meeting, with the theme: Fostering, Consolidating And Collaborating for the Peace, Security, Stability and Development of the Niger Delta, is expected to last for five days.

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In his opening speech, Otuaro said the programme has to be redesigned for human capital development, just as he added so it can also give opportunity for women to sustain their small scale businesses in their various communities.

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He emphasized that he has given greenlight to those studying abroad to be remobilized for their studies after thorough documentation.

The PAP administrator who noted: “The university program was abruptly stopped and most of our delegates have not gone to school,” further promised to commence the education program as well as vocational training and empowerment.

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He noted that there are many genuine complaints at his office of some delegate names being shortchanged, some have trained but not empowered while others have not been trained.

According to him, there are many genuine complaints at his office about some delegate names being shortchanged; some trained but not empowered, while others have not been trained.

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Otuaro, while thanking the first phase generals for their patience with the programme in the areas of education and vocational training, solicited for their further cooperation, saying he can only succeed in office if stakeholders are behind him.

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Highlight of the meeting was an interactive session where ex-agitators shared their pains with the Special Adviser and profer possible solution to benefit the thirty thousand Amnesty delegates captured in the program.

Some of the notable ex-agitators and stakeholders that attended the meeting include: Gen. Pastor Wilson Reuben; Gen. Andabofa Opunama; Gen. Benjamin Ekeremor; Gen. Adowei Binaebi; Chief Boro Opudu; Chief Simeon Bebenimibo; Godfrey Tare Pondi; Gen. Henry Benidogha alias Egbema 1; Gen. Aboy Muturu;

Others are Gen. Arony Oputu; Gen. Omotonwerigha; Gen. Tallest; Chief Frank Akiefa; Deputy National National President,, Ijaw Youth Council (IYC), Comrade Freedom Atigbi; Spokesperson, IYC, Comrade Princewil Binebai; Bob Collins Igetei, Speaker, lYC Mobile Parliament, Comrade Nicholas lgarama, Chairman lYC Western zone among many others.

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Phone On Speaker Mode, 5 Other Things You Should Never Do On An Airplane

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Air travel is surely a fun and convenient means of getting to your destinations, but it also requires a level of consideration and respect not just for yourself but for other passengers as well as the flight crew.

In order to ensure a smooth and pleasant flight experience for everyone on board, it’s important to take note of certain behaviors that should be avoided while on board.

In this article are six things to avoid doing on an airplane to help you be a courteous and mindful traveler with the safety of everyone at heart.

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What to avoid doing on an airplane

Not turning off cell phones or using airplane mode

It’s essential to switch off mobile phones and other electronic devices or better still put them on airplane mode during the flight. This ensures there is no interference with the aircrafts communication and navigation systems.

Opening of doors mid flight

As a passenger on a flight, you have no business with opening the doors while on air or even while the plane has landed. This is for your safety as well as the others on board even if its a case of emergency that’s what the cabin crew are to handle.

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Removing shoes and socks

As comfortable as it may be, removing shoes, especially socks can be off-putting or really uncomfortable to other passengers due to smell or hygiene concerns.

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Sitting all through the flight

Staying seated all through an entire flight is really not advisable, it leads to discomfort. It’s important to get up, stretch, move around periodically especially on long flights to ensure smooth blood circulation.

Ignoring seatbelt signs

Ignoring the seatbelt sign can be dangerous.always adhere to the signs and instruction from the flight attendants for your own safety.

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Being Loud or Disruptive

Keeping noise levels down is crucial, especially on long flights where passengers might be trying to rest. Avoid loud conversations, music, or movies.

Traveling by airplane requires a bit of patience and courtesy to ensure a pleasant experience for everyone on board. By avoiding these common pitfalls, you can contribute to a more enjoyable flight for yourself and your fellow passengers. Remember, a little consideration goes a long way in making air travel a smoother and more pleasant experience for all.

Source: VANGUARD

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