Sunday, November 10, 2013

Ngige got a stong message, says Anambra community should Vote governor not “standby generator”.

Candidate of the All Progressive Congress, APC, Chris Ngige, has admonished the people of Enugwu Ukwu in Njikoka, LGA of Anambra State to rise and vote in a governor they can trust to deliver and improve their town based on pedigree, rather than a deputy governor they would merely claim.

Mr Ngige apparently referring to the running mate for one of the parties contesting next Saturday’s elections who hails from the town, told the crowd which followed his convoy after attending a burial ceremony in the town, that it was time the community took a clear position.

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El-Rufai’s ‘lambasting’ Twitter post on Jonathan sparks debate

A post on the Twitter page of a former Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Mallam Nasir el-Rufai, describing President Goodluck Jonathan as “docile”, has sparked a debate.  El-Rufai, who is the Interim Deputy National Secretary of the opposition All Progressives Congress, had on Saturday quoted a tweet and its accompanying picture of one of his followers, Lauretta Onochie, on his Twitter page, which some people deemed anti-Jonathan.
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Can Nigeria fight the war on terror alone ? ( Do we Need External Help and what are the pros and cons ?)

SIX months after the Federal Government declared a state of emergency in three North-Eastern states of the federation in order to end the Boko Haram terror campaign, Nigerians have yet to heave a sigh of relief from the activities of the terrorists. Although there was a lull in terror attacks at the initial stage of the military operation against the insurgents, recent attacks by the religious extremists have led to significant loss of lives and property.

Nigeria bank robbery: Four die in Lagos

Four persons, including a yet-to-be identified soldier, have been killed in a robbery attack on Skye Bank branch at Alaba Market, Lagos State.  The incident, which took place last Tuesday, was said to have occurred around 6pm, while money was being transferred from the branch, which serves as a cash point, to a major branch in the area.
An eyewitness on the condition of anonymity reveals, that the robbers arrived at the scene on a motorcycle. He said, “There were two men on the bike and they both wore masks. The motorcycle rider, however did not wear mask.

Modify Your Video or Videos To Get web Attention

Online sharing of video is flooding the entire world with amateur media. Online Websites, like YouTube, Google Video,  Metacafe &  grouper have forever changed just how we view entertainment & made instant stars of middle class or average people.

Everyone can share his or her unpredictable, amazing or hilarious times with the world. All that is needed is a computer and having a Net connection, video editing program & a camcorder.

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PHOT0S: CHECK OUT Photos Of The Nigerian Man That Changes To A Woman ( Transgender)

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Egypt sets Muslim Brotherhood chief's trial for December 9

The trial of Muslim Brotherhood chief Mohammed Badie, charged with inciting violence against anti-Islamist protesters, was set for December 9 by an Egyptian court Sunday.

The state-run Middle East News Agency reported that 14 Islamists, including senior Brotherhood officials, will also stand trial

Israel urges world powers to not sign fast deal with Iran

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday prompted earth powers to not dash in to signing a "dangerous" deal with Iran.
Netanyahu claimed he talked with the presidents of the United Claims, Russia and France, in addition to German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister Mark Cameron via phone that weekend.
"I told them that according to all the info that is hitting Israel, the offer in the works is bad and dangerous," he told his cabinet.
It had been "dangerous" because it'd ease the force of the sanctions on Iran "that took decades to build," he explained, while Tehran could remain effective at enriching uranium.

US-funded project supported illegal mining, Afghan watchdog alleges

A project in Afghanistan funded by the US Defense Department provided equipment and money to a local police commander for the illegal extraction of chromite, an Afghan anti-corruption watchdog alleged Sunday.

The commander of the Afghan Local Police, a village protection force, in the eastern province of Kunar, extracted the chromite for more than a year, said Integrity Watch Afghanistan (IWA) in a report.

Nigeria spent ₦1.05 trillion on imported cars last year — Automotive

Nigeria spent about N1.05 trillion last year on importation of vehicles and spare parts, while its local car assembly plants suffered monumental loss in patronage, according to the Director General of the National Automotive Council (NAC), Alhaji Aminu Jalal.

Meanwhile, the Peugeot Automobile of Nigeria (PAN), which produced 90,000 cars in 1985, and had about 4,000 permanent employees, now produces about 3,000 vehicles annually with 250 staff, its Managing Director, Alh. Ibrahim Boyi, said.

Oyinlola: Battle looms at PDP headquarters

A violent clash is looming at the Peoples Democratic Party headquarters, as there are indications that the reinstated National Secretary of the party, Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola, is determined to resume there on either Monday or Tuesday despite the opposition of the mainstream PDP.
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