Sunday, October 6, 2013

JTF captures bunkering vessels, nabs 26

The Joint (Military) Task Force in the Niger Delta, code named Operation Pulo Shield, said on Sunday that it intercepted two bunkering vessels and arrested 26 suspected oil thieves, including a Ghanain, in the region.  According to the JTF spokesman, Lt.-Col. Onyema Nwachukwu, the feat was achieved after a week-long operations in Bayelsa, Rivers, Delta and Edo states.  He said the suspects were arrested over alleged illegal lifting of crude oil and illegally distilled Automated Gas Oil (diesel).  In Bayelsa State, Nwachukwu said troops of 343 Artillery Regiment deployed in the state’s creeks, uncovered a hose illegally connected from Nigerian Agip Oil Company’s pipeline to an illegal oil dump.
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FG bars Associated Airlines

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The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority has suspended the operations of Associated Aviation Limited, owners of Associated Airlines, following Thursday’s crash, which killed 13 out of the 20 people on board.

The EMB 120 2ER 5N-BJY aircraft with 30 passenger capacity, which was manufactured by Embraer S.A Brazil and registered in Nigeria on  May 22, 2007 crashed  shortly after take-off from the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Ikeja, Lagos.
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I thought my son would succeed me — Grieving Falae

A former Secretary to the Federal Government, Chief Olu Falae, has said he lost a political successor in his son, Deji, who died in the ill-fated Associated Airline on Thursday.

Deji, who was the Commissioner for Culture and Tourism in Ondo State, led the state government’s delegation to accompany the corpse of former Ondo State governor, Chief Olusegun Agagu from Lagos to Akure, for the a state burial.
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Teenage Girl Gang-Raped To Death by 8 Coffin Makers in Anambra

It’s a busy day for Police detectives in Obosi, Idemili Local Government Area of Anambra State as they try to unravel the circumstances which led to the death of 18 year old Chekwube Mbaka.
She had left her father’s house to buy N100 garri to serve as dinner for her family only to never return.

Video: Girl Violently Demands $-ex At Public Toilet

lol., its obvious the lady is in a great urgé for it and the guy is kind of dulling her..,

Photos: Associated Airline hostesses Queeneth & Toyin on bed in hospital

 Two crew members of Associated Airline survived the plane crash that happened on Thursday morning. Toyin Samson (pictured above) and Queeneth Owolabi (pictured following the cut) were siting at the back of the plane when it went down. They are currently being treated for third degree burns at the Ikeja General Hospital. Queeneth is in a worse shape than Toyin who are able to talk and communicate with visitors. See a picture of Queeneth, who's a mother of two, after the break..

Just In: Anambra Gubernatorial Candidate (NNPP) Kidnapped in Awka!

The gubernatorial candidate of the the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), Chief Leonard Uchendu, has been kidnapped.  The kidnap was announced by his party who also said that the kidnapped politician had been asked by the state government to resign his presidency of the the President-General of Uwuawule Town in Awka South Local Government, Anambra State on the grounds that he has been using the town's vigilante association to harass political enemies.

Why Agagu's casket was intact after plane crash that killed 13

Not only was the casket carrying Agagu's corpse intact after the plane crashed on Thursday morning, people who opened the casket shortly after the crash said the cap on his head stayed intact and his body wasn't ruffled. These discoveries have baffled so many, with some insinuating it's juju. But the reason is really simple. The casket was latched to the hooks in the cargo compartment of the plane and was placed in the rear end of the plane. People who sat at the back of the plane survived the crash, so the casket, which was kept at the back also survived the crash. 
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How we managed to survive the plane crash -Feyi Agagu (Must Read)

 An in depth family friend of Feyi, son of late Chief Agagu, who's among the survivors of the ill fated Associated Airlines flight, told Vanguard that he (Feyi) was reluctant to enter the plane after seeing how old it looked. (The exact plane pictured right). He and others survived basically by sitting at the rear of the plane. Below is what an insider said;
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Photos: Bola Tinubu back in Nigeria after leg (Knee) surgery in the US

 Former Governor of Lagos State and leading founder of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu has returned to Nigeria after months in the US where he went for knee surgery.

Graphic photos: African man dies after sitting down at the national mall and calmly sets himself ablaze.

A man has died after setting himself on fire on the National Mall in Washington. Police responded to an emergency call about a fire shortly before 4.30pm on the Mall. The man was airlifted to hospital after bystanders used the shirts off their backs to tamp down the flames, police and witnesses said.
The man, who was not identified, was conscious when he was taken to Washington Hospital Centre but he later died from his injuries.
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