Wednesday, June 26, 2013

PHOTO: Actress, Mercy Aigbe Shows Off Children

Beautiful actress, Mercy Aigbe-Gentry posts photos of her children showing her love.

11 Women Share The S-éxiest Photos They've Ever Taken (18__+++)

There's nothing s-éxier than a confident woman who embraces her body. Many already-married women get the photos taken for their partners' birthdays, their wedding anniversaries or simply to celebrate their wonderful bodies. Look through 11 beautiful photos of women below with explanation why they decided to take these photos.
"I did a '40 and Fabulous' shoot in January 2013. This was in celebration of one of my milestone birthdays. Also, I did the shoot for my husband who shares the same birthday as I do (January 28th). I did this photo specifically for my husband, Larry, as Green Bay is his favorite football team. I am wearing his hat and shirt and my pearls." - Tanya B.
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‘Boko Haram leader is from Niger Republic’

The Head of the Terrorist sect Boko Haram Abubakar Shekau hails from Niger Republic according to the Senate joint committee that investigated the Baga town Deaths.
This news shatters the widely believed notion that he was born in Shekau village in Yobe state
Borno State Governor Kashim Shettima himself told visiting senators that the man was actually from the neighboring Republic of Niger. The senators were also informed that although the sect has some foreigners, 80% of the sect members where from the Kanuri tribe saying that the leader is a Kanuri from Niger Republic.
After Mohammed Yussuf's death Shekau became the leader of the sect bringing death and anguish to thousand's of Nigerians. He has not been seen in public eye since 2009, He has shown himself through youtube videos aimed at threatning the Jonathan led Nigerian Government and claiming responsibility of attacks by the group.

PRISM: Every move you make, “they” will be watching you

The US Government and the unified global communications network operated by an alliance of the secret SIGINT units of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States called UKUSA, has developed, expanded and spread unhindered to such a point that everything and anything you do on the internet, on a cell phone and through every other means of electronic based communications can, and now we know, is being collected, recorded and spied upon.

Like United States military infrastructure, through its international global military arm NATO, U.S. signals intelligence operations have now spread to every corner of the globe and are greedily gobbling up anything and everything that is flowing through cyber space, regardless of its origin or the rights of those being spied upon.

West actively supports terrorism to cast doubt on Chinese investements in Africa' - expert ( Must Read)

As China is trying to compensate for losses on oil markets of Libya, Sudan and Iran and is looking worldwide for new energy sources, its National Petroleum Corporation is negotiating the acquisition of over $ 4 billion of shares in the gas project in the shelf of Mozambique. The Director of the Institute of National Energy Sergei Pravosudov talks to the Voice of Russia about the concerns of Chinese leaders amid the breakthrough that Beijing has recently made in the international fight for resources in Africa.

China has made a new breakthrough in the fight for resources in Africa. Chinese oil company Sinopec has signed an agreement with American Marathon Oil on the acquisition of its oil and gas assets in Angolan Block 31 field for $ 1.52 billion. On completion of the transaction, the Chinese company will own a 15 % share, as two years ago it acquired 5 % of stock in this project from French company Total.

Self-defense has become act of war for the U.S. and NATO – Rick Rozoff

The delivery of S-300 defensive missile batteries to Syria would protect the country from the types of attacks carried out by Israel and the U.S. but the West views such self-defense measures as an act of war and says that the ability of countries not friendly to the U.S. and its allies to defend themselves, in particular Syria, would upset the “balance of power”. Regular Voice of Russia contributor spoke about this, Manning and more in his latest interview with the Voice of Russia.

Lagos Killer Doctor Exposed! What He Did To A Woman

Following his arrest last week for allegedly mutilating the corpse of a 13-month-old baby boy in his hospital, a 37-year-old woman identified as Cordelia Ifechukwude, has alleged that she suffered similar fate at the medical centre of a Lagos-based doctor, Babawale Joshua.

The Aniocha North, Delta-born mother of five narrated her experience:

The incident happened at the No 1 Ajike close, branch of the medical centre, a few metres away from Amje bus-stop, Alakuko, a suburb of Lagos. According to Vanguard, she said “It happened in year 2000 when I took in with my first baby.

"I registered at Ayinke House, Ikeja General Hospital, but because I was advised to also register at a clinic very close to our house, I registered at Ajike hospital at Amje bus stop, Alakuko. We lived at Ajegunle bus stop, not too far from the clinic.

Yuguda, Fayemi, others for Yoruba youth summit

BAUCHI State governor, Mallam Isa Yuguda and his Ekiti State counterpart, Dr Kayode Fayemi, are among top Nigerians that would address Yoruba youths at a summit organised by the Yoruba Youth Forum.
The summit, according to a statement by the coordinator of the group, Mr Wale Ayeni, would also have the Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta, Mr Kingsley Kuku, as well as the Special Adviser to the President on Youth and Student Matters, Mr Jude Imagwe, in attendance.
Ayeni, in the statement, said the summit, with the theme: “Nigeria at 100: True Federalism, a Panacea to Nigeria’s Corporate Existence,” would take place in Ado-Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital, on Thursday.
The group, on the occasion, would also honour some prominent Nigerians.

Prof Ishola advocates cartoon version of Yoruba folktales on TV

MANY international schools of thought and researchers have said that Nigerian languages are on the verge of going into extinction because of rap interest in western culture and this trend, if steps are not taken would disenfranchise the younger generation and unborn, the identity, value and richness of their culture.
Moreover, it is truism that people without culture or tradition are lost generation. And Nigeria is one of the nations which this reality stare in the eyes as the Yoruba Language amongst others are seriously threatened by the lost of virtues and values, but a renowned scholar and culturist, Professor Akinwunmi Ishola said there are ways to revive, preserve and promote the Yoruba culture ditto language.

Special Force captures 11 Boko Haram leaders in Borno

Following the raid of Mandara Mountains and Sambisa forest in Borno State, the Special Force has captured 11 Boko Haram leaders, including one of those suspected to be behind the posting of online videos.

But the Special Force also recorded unspecified number of casualty in gun duels with Boko Haram insurgents who are regrouping in Borno State.
According to a member of the nine-man team which visited Borno State on an appraisal tour, the Special Force is making progress in warding off aggression from Boko Haram members who had shifted base to Manadara mountains, including Gwoza and 1 Kirawa Hills which are under heavy surveillance.

Nigerian Man, John Olumba Running For Detroit Mayor

John Olumba is a 31-year old Nigerian running for mayor of the city of Detroit in Michigan. He is a lawyer, an ordained pastor and he is currently a State of Michigan House Representative.  According to wikipedia, he is the first Nigerian elected to a state office in Michigan history. His dad is from Owerri in Imo State. 

Amaechi Dares Nigerian Police To Shoot him if they can, Prepares for massive Protest against Insecurity

The Governor of Rivers State, Chibuike Amaechi has dared the state commissioner of police, Joseph Mbu to get ready to shoot because he will soon lead a mass protest of Rivers people against the rising tide of insecurity.
Mr Amaechi said this when a delegation of Orashi people from ONELGA, Abua/odual, Ahoada West and East paid him a solidarity visit in government house Port Harcourt.
He said he is not deterred by the threat from the Rivers State Commissioner of Police to arrest public protesters in Rivers State.He said: “We are going to protest against what the Federal Government and what the Commissioner of Police are doing in Rivers State, we have told our Chiefs to get ready, we want to get a date, once we get people from overseas and Nigeria that will join us we will give them the date, I have told the CP to be ready to shoot me, I will be in front, if they want to shoot they can shoot me because we have the right to express our views.”

Texas prepares to Kill 500th inmate

Jim Willett remembers the night of Dec. 6, 1982, when he was assigned to guard a mortuary van that had arrived at the death house at the Huntsville prison.
“I remember thinking: We’re really going to do this. This is really going to happen,” says Willett, who was a captain for the Texas Department of Corrections.
Associated Press reports that when the van pulled away early the next morning, it carried to a nearby funeral home the body of convicted killer Charlie Brooks, who had just become the first Texas prisoner executed since a Supreme Court ruling six years earlier allowed the death penalty to resume in the United States.
What was unusual then has become rote. On Wednesday, barring a reprieve, Kimberly McCarthy will become the 500th convicted killer in Texas to receive a lethal injection.


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