Monday, October 7, 2013

Police Aggression: Nigerian Police kill 2 at Makinde area of Oshodi

LAGOS—Angry youths at Makinde area of Oshodi, Lagos, yesterday, staged a protest over the death of one of them, Rafiu Adeniji, who was allegedly shot dead by a policeman attached to Agege area on Sunday.

Dangote to chair World Economic Forum

President, Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, has been appointed a co-chair of next year’s annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos-Kloster, Switzerland.
The Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum, Prof. Klaus Schwab, in a letter inviting the business mogul to co-chair the sitting, said the WEF was of the belief that Dangote’s participation would contribute significantly to the substance of the discussions.
Schwab said in the letter, “The discussions aim to stimulate an unparalleled global dialogue among the relevant leaders from the government, business, academia, civil society and the media.
Continue after the break.

How To Get A Woman To Sleép With You

Wanting her in your béd doesn't have to wait until you two have serious relationship. Whenever she's ready, that's the most appropriate time to make it happen.
The key to understanding how to get women into béd lays in your ability to notice and decode her body language. Know that all women are different; a woman’s flirty attitude may be identical to another woman's normal behavior and you should learn to differentiate it.
Continue after the break.

Photo: Man Sends a Note to Neighbours Who Get Really Loud During $-éx

Men, be cautious: if you get it on like animals in the zoo with your maté and are inconsiderate of your neighbours, you may be labeled a wife béater. Just like in the note below: PHOTO: Man Sends a Note to Neigbours Who Get Really Loud During S-ex Do you think the neigbour chose the right way to explain?
See copy of the letter after the break..

62 Reasons Why "ASUU is on strike" - Must Read

For those who do not understand "Why ASUU is on strike" - Please read this and share widely.....

1. Less than 10% of the universities have Video Conferencing facility.

2. Less than 20% of the universities use Interactive Boards
Continue after the break.

Vdeo: Aviation Minister Says Plane Crash Is An Act Of God

PHOTOS: Female Fan Goes haywire At CokoBar Concert, Expóses thick Prívate Parts On Stage

Fans certainly had a crank at the CokoBar Music Festival which happened on Sunday, 6th of October at London's o2 Indigo.  One fan specifically appears to be extremely taken with Flavour's music when she was picked from the crowd in the future show her stuff on stage. She got on stage, began to shake her goodíes to the music and buóyed by the cheering crowd, she went a little crazy.

Thinking the Recolonization of Africa: US, UK Counter-terrorism Forces Storm Nigeria.

A Nigerian news portal, 'Abusidiqu' once reported a wikileaks revelation on how an Algerian-based CIA-sponsored agency gave $40 million to members of the Boko Haram sect promising them more if they continue in their acts. This claim cannot be dismissed considering the act of the CIA in Syria too. The French military also was also financing the rebels in Mali before they grew out of hand.
French forces also airlifted and dropped sophisticated weapons for rebels in Libya, especially in Misrata, during the no-fly-zone turned regime-change war. These weapons were unaccounted for but today as always and usual, terrorists roving West Africa are said to get their weapons from Gaddafi and as an aftermath of his fall. Boko Haram also began kidnapping after France paid it N500 million to free some French nationals held hostage.

Continue after the break.

Three rebel govs to meet Jonathan today

Governors Rotimi Amaechi (Rivers), Babangida Aliyu (Niger) and Rabiu Kwankwanso (Kano) are to meet with President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday (today) at the Presidential Villa, Abuja to seek the postponement of their peace meeting.

The meeting was originally scheduled for today but the New Peoples Democratic Party, through its National Publicity Secretary, Chief Chukwuemeka Eze, announced in a statement last week, that it had been cancelled because most of the seven aggrieved governors were billed for the 2013 Hajj in Saudi Arabia.

Continue after the break.

20 killed in fresh B’Haram attack

At least 20 people were killed when Islamist group Boko Haram attacked a town in northeast Nigeria, triggering clashes with troops stationed there, the military said on Sunday.

Reuters reported that a spokesman for Nigerian forces in northeastern Borno State, which lies at the heart of a four-year-old Islamist insurgency, said the Islamists crept into the town of Damboa in the early hours of Saturday.

Continue after the break.

We Did Not Hire Crashed Plane – Agagu’s Family

The family of late former Governor of Ondo State, Dr. Olusegun Agagu, whose remains, while being conveyed to Akure in an aircarft chartered from Associated Airlines, crashed last Thursday in Lagos said, yesterday, that the choice of the ill-fated plane was not that of the family.
Thirteen of the twenty passengers and crew on board the aircraft died in the crash. The Agagu family in a statement by Femi Agagu to clear the air on the controversy surrounding the choice of the airline said:
Continue after the break.

‘Federal, State Governments In N9tn Debt’

Nigeria’s total public debt rose from N6.25tn ($40.1bn) in 2010 to N9.04tn ($58.04bn) by the end of December 2012, according to the Debt Management Office.

In its 2013 Report of the Annual National Debt Sustainability Analysis, released in Abuja on Sunday, the DMO said it would issue $100m Diaspora bond in 2014.
Continue after the break.

Over 100 nak*éd women Pour to the street to protest heavy military presence in Delta community

Dozens of nak*éd Kokori women, on Sunday afternoon took to the streets to protest the siege on the Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta State community by troops of the Joint Task Force (JTF).
Reports from the community indicated that the about 100 nak*éd protesters were unhappy that their husbands have fled the community due to the military operation launched in the wake of the arrest of notorious criminal, Kelvin Oniarah.
Continue after the break.

The death of Mostly Eritrean and Somali Migrants In Italian sea - Comments

This is so wicked..

It's not a blame game these are facts...

"Totally agree with you. I live in Italy and this choreographed "line of honour" only came about after the Pope described what took place as disgusting. The Catholic Church rules." Racism is very overt here and sadly, I am not surprised or doubt that these "migrants" were treated like animals. I'm more than angry about what happened and I'm also angry at those greedy, sinful individuals in Africa who make a business out of selling tickets on such vessels containing people who are desperate - the conditions that they travel in are horrific. These traffickers are also well aware that as black migrants, they will not be treated in a humane way when they arrive at the South Italian coast.


Continue after the break


Please Like Us On facebook