Wednesday, December 18, 2013
During the serious protest in the University on Wednesday, all the workers union demanded the immediate sack of the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Bartho Okolo. According to Vanguard, it was the largest demonstration of members of staff of the University of Nigeria Nsukka, UNN, since the university was founded.
'More than half, about 54 per cent, of youth population were unemployed. Of this, females stood at 51.9 per cent compared to their male counterpart with 48.1 per cent were unemployed."With the mass sack going in various companies in Nigeria, the figure should be higher this year.
It was gathered that the man, after having an all-night marathon sex with the lady demanded for the used condoms the following day but the lady turned him down, saying that she had disposed them.
However, the man maintained that the lady must produce the condoms so he could disposed them himself, apparently afraid of being used for ritual.
The suspects — Tony Anderson, businessman; Seun Okhon, student, and Kelvin Benedict Aesida, a car dealer — are said to have illegally withdrawn a total of GH¢22,450.
Cloning of cards means the creation of identical cards.
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“The victim who is a pupil of JibrilAminuPrimary school was molested by their assistant headmaster after school hours. When the girl got home, her parents became suspicious of their daughter’s disposition and decided to investigate it."
December 17, 2013 – Deji Of Akure’s Corpse: Dead Body Of Killed Nigerian King Placed On His Throne
The corpse of a popular traditional ruler in Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria, Oba Adebiyi Adesida who passed away few weeks ago has been placed on his throne.
The dead body of Afunbiowo II, Deji of Akure who was reportedly killed by some chiefs over his position was placed on his High Chair on Tuesday December 17th, 2013 as part of the tradition in Akure Kingdom.
On Monday December 16th, 2013, a wicked bus passenger was arrested by Edo State police officials for allegedly killing an innocent bus driver over the weekend.
The young commercial bus driver identified as Eze was believed to be in his late 20′s while the woman that killed him is 38-year-old.
Last Saturday, Eze died when his bus passenger strangled him while holding on to his manhood.
Obasanjo exposed the bitter truth and the man helped made president decided to blackmail him?
Dankano on Monday in Abuja said that many of the prisoners were in the Asian-pacific region for drug-trafficking related offences.
However the Taliban immediately claimed responsibility for the deaths, using their main Twitter account to report that their fighters had shot down a US helicopter in the province of Zabul.
The incident was the single biggest loss of life for the NATO mission in Afghanistan since seven Georgian soldiers died when a suicide bomber blew up a truck loaded with explosives outside a base in Helmand province in June.
AFP) – Hundreds of people have died and up to 20,000 others have fled to UN bases in days of fierce fighting within South Sudan’s army after an alleged coup bid, officials said.
The United States ordered non-essential embassy staff out of the country, the world’s youngest nation and awash with guns after decades of war, amid fears of a descent into wider ethnic violence.
In the capital Juba, gunfire still rang out into the early hours of Wednesday morning, an AFP reporter said.
“There are people walking in the city this morning, but it would be premature to say things are back to normal,” he said.
37 members of the House of Representatives who were
formerly under the umbrella of the Peoples’ Democratic Party have
defected to the All Progressives Congress (APC)
The lawmakers said that they are joining the APC due to “division and factionalisation” within the ruling party. Decampees also said that their defection to the APC is in obedience to section 68, subsection 1G of the constitution.
Ex-Guardian journalist Greenwald testifies before EU Parliament over NSA
Glenn Greenwald, the former Guardian journalist known for publishing Edward Snowden’s leaks, is testifying before the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties and Home Affairs via video connection. He is participating in an inquiry into the NSA’s surveillance on EU citizens. Follow live updates here.
The inquiry was set up to discuss ratcheting up the security of the internet and telephone networks in the European Union.
Snowden is also expected to testify before the Civil Liberties Committee in January as part of the inquiry.RT
- Free press: it is hard to overstate how important it was for me to speek out on surveillance. But UK gov't threatens journalists who cover surveillance prog - Greenwald
Russia is "surprised by attempts to put overt pressure on the Ukrainian government, which continue despite the decisions made in Moscow yesterday," Lavrov said in remarks to Russia's upper house of parliament.