Tuesday, May 7, 2013

See Names and photos of crashed Nigerian Airforce pilots

Some of you asked for their photos, well here they are. These are the photos of the two Nigerian Air Force pilots who lost their lives after the fighter jet they were flying crashed in Niger yesterday Monday May 6th.  They are Flt Lt Benjamin Bem Ado and Flg Offr Ayuba Joad Layelmenson. May they RIP! Amen.

Mother And Newborn Baby Killed By Kogi Governor's Ambulance

A nursing mother with a baby strapped in her back was knocked down by an ambulance attached to the Kogi State Government House on Sunday. National Mirror learnt that the victim was on a commercial motorcycle when the ambulance hit \ them from the rear. She died on the spot, while the three-month-old baby in her back miraculously survived the crash.
Eye witnesses said the woman was returning from the church when the incident occurred.

Russia’s 'Terminator' fighting vehicle at IDEF-2013

Russia is due to present over 200 prospective products at the International Defence Industry Fair-2013 (IDEF) in Istanbul on the 7th through the 10th of this month.  Experts believe that the highlight of the exhibition is the Russian-made BMPT (Tank Support Fighting Vehicle), also known as the Terminator. It effectively protects tanks against anti-tank arms and boasts weapon systems to fight enemy personnel. The fighting vehicle is unparalleled anywhere in the world. Russia will also exhibit perfect multifunction helicopters, says an official of the Rosoboronexport Company, Alexei Ventslovsky, and elaborates.

"The Rosoboronexport stand, Alexei Ventslovsky says, will display the Ka-52 attack reconnaissance helicopter, the Mi-171Sh multipurpose military transport helicopter, the Mi-28NE combat helicopter, the Mi-35M combat transport helicopter, the Ansat and Ka-226T light multipurpose helicopters and other vehicles that are in big demand on the global market".

Press Freedom: Nigeria Is Ahead Of Some African Countries – NUJ President (Video)

The president Nigerian Union of Journalist Mr. Garba Mohammed, speaking on the press freedom in Nigeria today said that what the government has accommodated in terms of analysis in most media houses cannot be accommodated in some countries in Africa, so Nigeria has gone far in achieving expression of speech.
While speaking on Channels Television’s Breakfast Show Sunrise Daily, he stated that Nigeria can’t be compared to Somalia because on a regular basis journalists are assaulted in Somalia, he said a committee will be set up to verify these claims.
 He added that being in a democratic system journalists have not been killed while performing their duties, except during insurgencies

Tanker Carrying Stolen Crude Intercepted With Four Different Number Plates

Edo State Government has called for more stringent measures against pipeline vandals to checkmate their activities.
Executive Director Petroleum and Gas Monitoring Committee in Edo State, Chris Okaegben made the call when the committee in conjunction with Civil Defense Corps intercepted a 33,000 liter load of stolen crude in Edo State.The committee also sealed up fuel stations in Parts of Ikpoba Okha and Egor on account of adulteration and under dispensing fuel to consumers.

Community Demands Benefit From FG For Hosting Ex-militants

The indigenes of Ogada 2 Community in Obubura Local Government Area of Cross River State have demanded that the Federal Government make efforts to ensure their social and economic development as promised by the Amnesty Committee.The people of the community which hosted the Federal Government’s Post Amnesty Programme, used to execute the rehabilitation programme of over 2,000 ex-militants from the Oil rich, Niger Delta region. Over a year after the conclusion of the Programme, at the NYSC Camp in Obubura, the indigenes through one of their Chiefs have stated that they will not allow the programme to hold again, except they are duly compensated.

Nigerian Child Among Every 5 Kids Out-Of-School Globally

Nigeria could enrol 2.4 million of its children into school, findings from UNESCO show, as the country continues to lag behind in education with a Nigerian child among every five out-of-school children in the world.

The findings from UNESCO’s Education for All Global Monitoring Report show that Nigeria could raise nearly half a billion dollars per year for education if 20 percent of its oil revenue was invested in the sector.

Stop Witch-hunting Fashola - Lagos Assembly

The Lagos State House of Assembly has warned the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) against making inciting statements that could best be described as an attempt to witch-hunt the administration of Governor Babatunde Fashola.

The House made this point while condemning the call by the Lagos State Chairman of the PDP, Chief Tunji Shelle, on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to probe Governor Fashola.

Date fixed for forgery case against Senator Akume

A Nigerian Federal High Court on Tuesday in Abuja fixed June 17 to commence hearing of a suit brought against the Senate Minority Leader, Senator George Akume, over alleged certificate forgery.
Phillip Agbese, an indigene of Benue, instituted the suit against Akume, a former governor of Benue.
He alleged that the academic credentials used by Akume to secure governorship position in Benue were forged.

Nigeria, South Africa vow to make Africa greater

CAPE TOWN (AFP) – Leaders from continental powerhouses South Africa and Nigeria pledged to create an alliance “to make Africa great” Tuesday, signing a slew of bilateral deals to renew often strained relations.

South African President Jacob Zuma rolled out a red carpet for his counterpart Goodluck Jonathan, in what was hailed as a landmark visit to overcome simmering regional rivalries.

“My presence here today signals a spirit of renewal of our partnership. Together, we will make Africa great,” Jonathan told South African lawmakers after ministers signed nine pacts covering oil and gas, power, defence and communication.

Prison Break: Boko Haram Kills 55, Frees 105 In Borno

uspected members of the radical Islamist sect Boko Haram raided the northeastern town of Bama on Tuesday, leaving 55 people dead, the military said.

Boko Haram gunmen killed 22 police officers, 14 prison officials, two soldiers and four civilians, while 13 of the group’s own members died the spokesman for the military Joint Task Force (JTF), Sagir Musa said.

Gunmen freed 105 prison members during the raid, which began at around 5am and lasted almost five hours, Mr Musa said.

Mother sentenced to life in prison after super gluing daughter's hand to a wall

A woman was sentenced to life in prison after beating and super gluing her daughter’s hands after having difficulties with potty training.

The Dallas woman who abused her 2-year-old daughter also beat the girl so badly that she suffered bleeding in her brain, a doctor said Monday during the sentencing hearing of the mother.

Elizabeth Escalona is going to spend life in prison after pleading guilty in to attacking her daughter, Jocelyn Cedillo, in September. Police say the 23-year-old mother attacked the girl due to potty training problems.

D’banj And ‘New Bestfriend’ Olamide Spotted In Atlanta

The relationship between D’banj and rapper Olamide is getting stronger by the day.
The pair have now taken their friendship to Atlanta, US, amidst growing rumours that Olamide may be considering signing to D’Banj’s DB Records
We gathered that they traveled over the weekend to Houston for a Monday, May 5 ‘The Wipe Out‘ concert featuring Ikechukwu, Naeto C, Sinzu and others. The concert was however cancelled with promoters promising it will hold on Thursday, May 9, 2013.  Olamide and D’banj.
D’banj’s hype man Special Ed who was in Miami is also now in Houston hanging with the crew.


Pop singer Dontom the putuputu n’ofe, My Wifey crooner, was in the early hours of today robbed by armed robbers in Paris. Dontom who is seriously making waves in France and other franco_fone countries, was in Paris preparing for his show in the Lierge city In Belgium, when he was Robbed. The armed bandits made away with the Bag he’s carrying which contains all his Valuable documents.Speaking with him, He said he was preparing to Drop a single which will Premier on an african station in france, and also will Hit all the Blogs, ThankGod he’s Life was spared, In the process…

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Man & Woman Were Having S-ex While Driving But That’s Not Why They Had Accident !

Florida woman allegedly attempted to rob a man at gunpoint. But that’s not all. They were in a moving car at the time. But there’s still more!They were also having sex at the time.
Screeeech!    pojlbcnwcg
Police say Amanda Jean Linscott (26) was having s-ex with a man while he drove his car whenshe pulled a gun on him and demanded money. The victim says he then lost control of the car and crashed into a palm tree. Amanda is said to have jumped out of the car and run away. But after an investigation, police caught up with her a week later. Oh my, Amanda. You have some ‘splaining to do.
This story begins, as many disaster stories begin, at a bar. The victim says he was at a bar with friends when he met Amanda and her friend. After the bar closed they all went to someone’s house, where Amanda’s friend had s-ex with the victim. Then she asked for money, as you do. I mean, I’m not saying the victim hired Amanda’s friend as a hookerWhy would he tell the police that? I’m just saying, after having s-ex with her, he gave her $120.

'A Call to Jihad': English-language magazine 'Azan' calls all Muslims to hack US drones

According to SITE intelligence group, a new magazine published under the title 'Azan' first became available online as a PDF file on May 5. The first issue of the controversial magazine contains 80 pages of highly radical materials including an elaborate appeal to Muslims of the world to form a mass movement which could develop novel methods and technology to debilitate US drone operations in the Middle East.
Allegedly, the new editorial is set up by radical Islamists in Afghanistan and Pakistan and calls the global Muslim community to fulfill the 'sacred duty' of the Ummah through providing assistance to their "Muslim brothers and sisters" in their efforts to overthrow the hegemonic regimes of the West.

Osun Approves N1.1 Billion Electrification Project

The Osun state government has awarded electricity projects to the tune of N1.1 billion across the state.
This government says is “to ensure that all nooks and crannies of the state of Osun are connected to the National Electricity Grid for improved socio economic activities”.
Special Adviser to the Governor on Rural Development, Water Resources and Community Affairs, Hon. Kunle Ige said this in Osogbo at the on-going Quarterly Ministerial Press Conference, organized by the state Ministry of Information and Strategy. Hon Ige, who disclosed that the government has expended the sum of N3 billion on provision of electricity to the people, added that new electricity projects which cut across all the nine federal constituencies of the state were awarded in the first quarter of 2013.
He further explained that in addition to the massive electrification of some rural and semi-rural communities across the state, government has also provided transformers to some communities to help stabilize power supply.


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