Thursday, December 5, 2013

ASUU Gives Food Items, Money To Members

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) branch of the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, is distributing food items and cash among its members to cushion the effect of spending five months without salary.


Pics Post: Nelson Mandela's Life In History Pictures + His Remarkable Legacy

1918–1943: Early Years Continue.........

Conoil Filling Station, Abuja, on Fire After an Explosion (Pics)

An explosion rocked a few houses across from the offices of the Nigeria National Oil Corporation (NNPC) in Abuja. Based on eyewitnesses, a petrol tanker discharging fuel exploded at the Conoil service station opposite the NNPC creating in Abuja. The huge fireball can be viewed in areas around Abuja. There's no record of casualty due to the explosion. A lot more than 8 fire fighting vehicles have exhausted their material but fire still rages on
More pictures after the break...............

Graphic Pics: Pastors and others Nabbed. See Horrible Pics of Ritualis's Den and Dead Bodies they have Mutilated

 The Nkwerre Vigilante Network this week arrested a six-man gang specialized in the sale of human parts for rituals and transplant in Nkwerre, Imo State. The men confessed to kidnapping their victims at various locations in the state and using their parts for ritual purposes. Some parts they sold to people who needed them for transplant. Yeah, there are people like this amongst us.

Pic: Person Nearly Stabs Friend To Death With Broken Bottle In Lagos

A man called Sadiq Afolabi (pictured above) was stabbed with a canned and almost killed by his friend called Lawal Alarape during a fight at a club in Alagbado Lagos on Monday evening December 2nd.

Lawal was arrested by the police on Monday evening but has since been released while Sadiq is still in a healthcare facility struggling for his life, a member of family informed us. They somewhat want the story out to allow them to get justice for their relative. The case will be handled by the police at Ijaiye Ojokoro authorities station, Alagbado. See a photo of seriously hurt Sadiq after the break.

Leader Jonathan, Wife Check Into German Hospital.

SaharaReporters has learnt that President Goodluck Jonathan and his wife, Patience Jonathan, today checked in at a hospital in Germany.

Last night, Mr. Jonathan had abruptly flown out of Abuja ostensibly to attend a Summit on peace and security in Africa that is organized by the French government. Several ministers and service chiefs accompanied the president to the airport for the late night flight, but only a handful of officials traveled on the actual flight.

Just In: Nelson Mandela Of South Africa dies - R.I.P:

Just In: Nelson Mandela Of South Africa dies - 
Former South African president Nelson Mandela has died 95, the country's president Jacob Zuma said tonight.
In a televised handle, Mr Zuma said:'
Our nation has lost their greatest son. Our people have lost a father.
'What made Nelson Mandela good was exactly what made him human. We saw in him what we seek in ourselves.'  Mr Zuma said'the nation has lost it's greatest child ', adding' he is now resting. He is now at peace.'
 May his Soul rest in Peace.
ASE !!!

I don’t like Obasanjo, I hate his face, but Jonathan should not have issues with him – Dokubo Asari

Leader of the defunct Niger Delta Volunteer Force, Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo-Asari, has lambasted president Goodluck Jonathan for openly confronting former president, Olusegun Obasanjo.
Dokubo-Asari while speaking at a press conference in Abuja recently declared that Jonathan has no reason whatsoever to disagree with Obasanjo because he manipulated the process that illegally removed Diepreye Alamieyeseigha as governor of Bayelsa State and installed him (Jonathan) as governor.

Nigerian Senate threatens freedom of speech, seeks 7 year jail term for social media critics.

Is this story for real? According to a report by Daily Trust, the Nigerian Senate is set to pass law seeking 7 year jail term for social media critics.

The newspaper reports that the Senate has reached an advanced stage to pass a bill that seeks seven years jail term for social media critics found guilty of inciting the public against the government. 

The proposed legislation which has scaled second reading in the upper legislative chamber is also proposing a stiffer punishment for internet fraudsters and scammers in Nigeria as those convicted will face a seven years imprisonment. 

Defence Headquarters To Try Over 500 Boko Haram Suspects, Releases 167

Nigeria has set free 167 of the 1400 Boko Haram suspects being held in Maiduguri and other locations in North-East Zone, but will try 500 other suspects. The decision follows the recommendations of a Joint Investigation Team set up by Defence Headquarters. This disclosure is contained in a statement by the Director, Defence Information, Brig-Gen. Chris Olukolade, and it comes two days after Boko Haram’s ferocious attacks on Nigeria’s military facilities in Maiduguri, Borno State.

Archbishop Sold Invisible Land for ₦7 Million in Lagos.

A self-acclaimed archbishop, John Okeke, 59, was, Tuesday, brought before a Lagos High Court in Igbosere for allegedly selling a land worth N7 million belonging to someone else.
Okeke, founder of God’s Pentecostal Ministry World Wide, Iba, Lagos was charged by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on a nine-count bordering on stealing, forgery and impersonation.
At the resumed hearing, EFCC counsel, A.M. Ocholi, told the court that the trial could not go on due to absence of a witness (one Nurudeen Bello) who took his two-month-old baby to the hospital following complications.


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