"I Regret Joining APC, They are cultists In full, Pls forgive me for disobedience" - Kenneth Okonkwo

I regret joining the APC, a supposed political party now turned to "a cult group". A party full of Rogues .

-Kenneth Okonkwo who was screened out from APC Gubernatorial Race in Enugu State.

So Kenneth Okonkwo joined APC, abused Ndigbo just to impress APC and the same APC screened him out of the Enugu state APC gubernatorial primaries?

APC people dey mean sha hehehe

Let him go back to Nollywood and release "APC cannot be trusted Part 1 & 2"

Afam B. C. Nnaji

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  1. What is British throne afraid of catholic about.

    Harry and Meghan's wedding hiding a horrible truth for Catholics

    Why Meghan Markle had to be baptized and confirmed within the Church of England before she tied the knot with Prince Harry in May 2018.

    Behind all the glitz and glamour of the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wedding lies an inconvenient truth.

    You can be Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist or Atheist and become the King or Queen of England. You just can’t be Catholic.

    Under the terms of the 1701 Act of Settlement, Catholics are banned from succession to the throne.

    Until 2013 you could not marry a Catholic either if you were first in line to the throne. Some old-fashioned religious prejudice is at the heart of the Royal family.

    If by some terrible accident, Kate and William and their three kids were killed, Harry would be first in line. But if Meghan were a Catholic (she was in fact educated in a Catholic school) she could never become the queen.

    If Harry decided to become a Catholic, he would have to give up his crown.

    The Act of Settlement of 1701 was designed to secure the Protestant succession to the British throne.

    The act was finally altered in 2013 to allow the future King to marry a Catholic, but he cannot become one himself – nor could his firstborn.

    It is a remarkable piece of discrimination that has lasted centuries and was originally brought in after Henry VIII dumped the Catholic Church to create his own.

    Henry VIII famously established his church on the basis of his need to to have a male heir. He clashed with a non-compliant Catholic Church on the issue of divorcing his many wives