SPAC Nation.SPAC Nation claims it is helping disadvantaged young people – but former members say that its leaders, including Mariam, encourage young congregants to take out loans and give huge sums to the church. A criminal investigation is currently underway into allegations of fraud and other offences relating to individuals associated with SPAC Nation, according to police.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Mariam Mbula seems to have it all. But this self-styled entrepreneur is actually a career con artist who has served time all over Europe. Mariam is currently a senior pastor with a notorious church: – Advertisement – Executive Producer: Nisha Lilia Diu Here, Mariam’s victims expose the truth.Watch the full documentary Catch Her if You Can on iPlayerProduced & directed by Ben Bryant and Claire Burnett- Advertisement –
Franklin County, In. — Acting on a tip, deputies from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department apprehended am armed, known felon Wednesday at 5 p.m. in the Lake Shore Resort.Police stopped Gary Vaughan, 29, of Jamestown, without incident and conducted a free-air sniff of the area. Following a search, police found methamphetamine, controlled substances, marijuana and a loaded handgun.Vaughan and a passenger, Norma Kay Strunk, 27, of Jamestown, face drug possession and dealing charges. Vaughan faces an additional gun charge and will face multiple outstanding warrants.
Jamaican Quarter-miler Stephenie-Ann McPherson is insisting that she did have a slight injury concern ahead of the women’s 4×400 meters relay final, but said that she felt ready to compete in the event at the IAAF World Championships in London.Jamaican technical director, Don Quarrie, reported after the fateful race that McPherson along with her Jamaican and MVP teammate, Shericka Jackson were involved in a disgraceful bust up with he had to physically quell during a prior relay team meeting.Quarrie said after the meeting he was informed by McPherson’s coach and a team doctor that she had an injury and would not be able to perform up to par. She was withdrawn from the line-up and was eventually replaced by Anneisha McLaughlin-Whilby, who pulled up injured on the second leg.But McPherson, who returned to Jamaica on Monday, said she was not involved in any physical altercation as no blows were exchanged. She did, however, admit that there was a heated argument with a team member over team gear. She said members of the relay team wanted her to compete in an outfit that was too large for her.The incident has drawn the ire of Jamaica’s track and field fans and has sparked calls for strong disciplinary action to be taken against the athletes involved.
Family and friends greet Bronze medal hero Mark English following his arrival Dublin AirportA huge crowd is expected in Letterkenny tonight as brilliant bronze medalist Mark English makes a heroic return to Donegal.Letterkenny AC have organised the event in recognition of the stunning achievements of English in Zurich.On Friday evening, the UCD student became the first Donegal man ever to secure a track medal at a major championship. He delivered a stunning run to capture the Bronze medal and narrowly missed out on Silver in the final of the 800m.At 21, English is being tipped for even greater success in the future, with many athletic commentators seeing him as a genuine medal hope for Ireland at the next Olympics in Rio in two years time.The homecoming takes place tonight at Market Square, Letterkenny at 8.30pm.Organisers have asked those planning to attend the event to make their way to the Market Square early, as a large crowd is expected to come out and show their support for English. HUGE CROWD EXPECTED FOR RETURN OF EUROPEAN BRONZE MEDAL HERO MARK ENGLISH was last modified: August 18th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BRONZE MEDALEUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPSHOMECOMINGmark englishZurich