Thursday, April 25, 2013

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Question Of The Day: Nigerian leaders, Past and present; who's your best and worst?

From top left: Yakubu Gowon, Ernest Shonekan, Murtala Mohammed, Umar Musa Yar'Adua, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Goodluck Jonathan, Olusegun Obasanjo, Ibrahim Babangida, Nnamdi Azikiwe, Sani Abacha and Muhammadu Buhari.

Rate them from 1 to 11. And if your favorite and worst isn't listed here, just name them...

I Ran Out Of Bathroom Nakéd ––Woman Who Lose Houses To Tanker Fire

Victims of the Ibadan tanker fire disaster at Omitowoju area of Ibadan, Oyo State on Tuesday narrated their sad experience, during the inferno that nearly claimed their lives but consumed 12 houses and shops. The victims who were still in sorrowful mood are counting their losses.

In an emotion-laden manner, Mrs Aminat Wasiu, one of the victims while speaking with Daily Sun, said she ran out of the bathroom nakéd when she heard people shouting her name...

“I was taking my bath when I suddenly heard people shouting fire and my name. I had to run out nakéd because I was too scared. Somebody later gave me a cloth to cover my body.” She said she was shocked to the marrow when she later discovered that both her shop and house were burnt to aches. 

Nigeria: Malpractice - WAEC NEC Vows to Cancel Entire Results

The Examination Committee (NEC) of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has concluded that the sanction on the council's rules and regulations for those indicted for malpractice in more than one subject should be reviewed from Cancellation of Subject Results (CSR) in only those subjects, to Cancellation of Entire Results (CER).
This was resolved at the communique issued at the end of the 55th meeting of the Nigeria Examinations Committee (NEC) of the West African Examinations Council which held in Lagos.

Two Police Officers Killed, Houses Torched, In Fresh Borno Gunbattle

At least two policemen were killed in Bama Town, 75km from Maiduguri, the Borno Statecapital, when gunmen attempted to kill the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) of a police station on Thursday afternoon.
Police sources and residents of Bama said several houses around the Police Divisional headquarters were torched in ensuing shootout between the gunmen and security forces.
Hundreds of residents of Kasubula area of Bama, where the incident took place have so far fled their homes and are currently taking refuge in the surrounding bushes.

Nigeria May Not Meet 2020 Target, Says Usman

Hopes that Nigeria could be counted among the 20 developed economies in the world  by 2020 may have been dashed as the Minister of National Planning Commission, Dr. Shamsuddeen Usman, said the target may not be realised.
Usman disclosed this on Tuesday when he presented his scorecard to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Working Committee (NWC).
He blamed the crisis in the power sector on the more than 30 years of military in power.
The minister said when government started the documentation of vision 20:2020 in 2009 to be among the top 20 economies in the world, Nigeria was number 44, adding that if by 2020 the nation rises to number 25, he will be a proud man.

Tackling vaccines’ rejection in Northern Nigeria

HAUWA Ibrahim is a Muslim from Kano State; she resides in one of the villages in the federal capital territory that is fast becoming an urban slum.  She is in our early forties with six children the third of which is a polio victim.  She is married the Islamic way to a man who already had two wives so Hauwa is the third and for now the youngest of her husband’s wives.  She is not sure yet if her husband, a security guard would not marry a fourth wife, because Islamic injunctions entitles him to four wives.
Hauwa would not disclose the total number of children her husband has, in her innocence she said she did not believe her polio infested child is as a result of her not exposing him to the vaccines to stop the virus in its track.  Her husband would hear none of that she confessed.   After all there are other children in the family and they are all on their feet except her third child.  The condition of the child must be the will of Allah she reasoned.

Football: Nigeria game stopped after police shooting

A high-profile Nigeria league match between champions Kano Pillars and Heartland was abandoned on Wednesday after police shot a fan at the Sani Abacha Stadium in Kano, northern Nigeria.

"The match was called off after Heartland refused to continue the game after a fan was shot in the foot by police inside the stadium and the fans protested," Pillars media officer Idris Malikawa disclosed.

"The fan was said to have done something illegal - he has been rushed to hospital."

The match was goalless after half an hour before this incident.

Nigeria: It's Nigeria, Chad, Niger Operation - Army

Abuja — Following the outrage that greeted the alleged killing of about 185 persons including women and children in a shoot out between soldiers and Boko Haram insurgents in Baga, a fishing community in Borno State, last Friday, the military yesterday explained that six civilians, one soldier and 30 terrorists died, while 15 others were injured in an operation that was carried out by a multinational force comprising troops from Nigeria, Chad and Niger Republic.
This came as the United Nations and the United States have expressed shock and sadness at the high number of civilian casualties in the operation and called on all extremist groups to cease their attacks in the country even as the Senate has commenced investigation into the massacre.

Nigeria: Omawumi Boosts Mortein's Malaria Campaign in Kenya

Mortein Brand spokesperson, Omawumi Megbele, has strengthened Reckitt Benckiser-backed Africa anti-malaria initiative with a call on governments, institutions and relevant stakeholders including mothers to join hands in the ongoing global effort to stamp out malaria in Africa.
Omawumi, who was on her second advocacy campaign for the eradication of malaria scourge in Africa to Nairobi, the Kenya capital, at the weekend expressed concern that although malaria remained one of the common causes of death in the continent, it was preventable if concerned stakeholders could join hands.
The initiative was facilitated by Reckitt Benckiser's Mortein insecticide brand.


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