Saturday, May 11, 2013


Talking to your kids about the birds and the bees is a task most parents may cringe doing. If you are also one amongst them, you should know that it is highly important that your little ones learn about it from you instead of other sources like the media or friends of the same age or pornography. Not only is there a chance that they get wrongly informed; but not being able to share their doubts with you creates an impression that it is a bad thing and should be spoken about only behind closed doors. While it may be a task you wish to avoid, it is essential for them to learn about it. s-exual health experts Dr Vijayasarathi Ramanathan, Rachel Hercman and Dr Paul Joannides explain the importance of imparting s-ex education by parents to their kids.

Nigeria Ranked 39th In Africa Competitiveness Report

Nigeria has been ranked 39 in macroeconomic stability out of 144 countries assessed in the African competitiveness report released yesterday by the world economic forum.

The report which assessed Africa’s competitiveness in an international contest attributed Nigeria’s performance on its macro-economic environment pillar to a better fiscal position that results from strong resource revenues and market size by a wide margin.

With Gabon and Algeria leading Nigeria on the table, the report maintained that resource-abundant countries register considerably stronger fiscal positions.

Terrorist Anders Breivik wants to set up his Party

Terrorist Anders Breivik has decided to create his own party -"Fascist Party of Norway and the Northern League."
A representative of the structures responsible for registration of such initiatives, explained that Breivik’s application does not meet legally required preconditions. "To create an association at least two people are required, while the application form features just Breivik," - he said.
In addition, the document does not have the necessary business-legal structure, governing the party’s activity.
Breivik's lawyer Tur Yordet has said he will file a new request that will meet all legal standards.
On July 22, 2011 Breivik went on a bombing and shooting spree in the government district of the Norwegian capital, killing eight people and shooting 69 at a youth camp of Norway's Labour Party on the island of Utoya. He was sentenced to 21 years in prison.

Lafia Police Massacre !!!

The kind of madness going on in some parts of Nigeria is unbelievable. If you live abroad and hear some of these stories, you would be too scared to come back home. But thankfully this violence is not spread across Nigeria. I'm sure by now most of you have heard about the killing of many security operatives in Nassarawa State. For those who haven't heard, let me summarise it.

On Tuesday May 7th, Nassarawa State Commissioner of Police sent police officers, SSS and Civil Defense personnel to arrest the cult leader of a notorious militia group called 'Ombatse' (a cult group of the Eggon people of Nasarawa State) at Assakyo Village in Lafia, Nassarawa state. (Ombatse in Eggon language means “time has come”).

Governor’s ADC Attacked. Brings Out His own Gun and Shoots One

A gang of armed robbers attacked DSP Ibrahim Mazam Tinja, Aide De Camp (ADC) to the Governor of Ebonyi State, Martin Elechi, and attempted to rob him of his official car at gun point yesterday.  Tinja, however, repelled the attack by pulling out his service pistol and shooting one of the robbers, Emmanuel Oroke, a native of Nwanu Ezza Inyimagu in Izzi Local Government Area of the state. Confirming the attack on Tinja, Ebonyi State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Sylvester Igbo said Oroke has been admitted at the police clinic and efforts are in top gear to arrest the suspects that fled. He added that one of the items recovered from Oroke was an imitation firearm. In his statement, Oroke claimed that he took to robbery just two months ago and that he dropped out of junior secondary school because of lack of funds.

Lagos Bans Tri-cycle (Keke Napep) Operators From Major Roads [DETAILS]

Lagos State government Friday banned the activities of Tri-cycle popularly called Keke Napep from the major roads in the state, saying, “it is meant to protect the lives and property of the residents of the state.”
The state government however vowed to impound any disused and abandoned vehicles across the state, explaining “4,632 vehicles were currently abandoned on over 9,100 roads in theState. Commissioner for transportation, Mr. Kayode Opeifa  disclosed this at the 2013 Ministerial Press Briefing held in Alausa to mark the sixth anniversary of Governor Babatunde Fashola’s administration.


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