Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Gra*phic Photo: Gay-man Burned to ashes by angry mob during daylight in Uganda, few days after Anti-Gay Bill was Adopted


Uganda has signed a bill that further bans homosexuality. Based on source, a man was even burned to death to be gay shortly. The bill's original 2009 version, named "Kill The Gays," went in terms of calling for the death penalty for many homosexual acts; that provision was shelved after international furore.

Under its latest iteration, anybody who conducts marriage ceremonies for same-se-x couples faces seven years behind bars. Failure to report homosexual activity to police can also be criminalized. Doctors who treat gays, landlords who rent them property and those suspected to be LBGTQ are at the mercy of five-year prison terms under the bill.

Christmas and Blood culture ? Lagos and C-river Celebrate in Agony

To be honest with you. I am beginning to think this Christmas thing or festive period has a lot to do with idol or sacrifice. Omg!!! Did I just read on Punch that several died in Lagos and C.river on Christmas day ? This is sad news and I am in pain. I can't sleep. May their souls rest in peace. 
 Read the full story after the break.

They are lavishing our money anyhow!! GEJ To Spend N2.466bn On Trips next year.

Can you imagine on foreign  trips alone, our President that had no shoes is set to lavish over 2.45Bn next year on foreign and local trips alone.. Food nko ? Newspaper allowance nko ? Heath allowance ?? tooth brush allowance ? Choi.. See the full report from Punch after the break.

GEJ Again !!! Blasts Obasanjo one more time.

Gej, e nova do ?? Let the sleeping dog rest nah.. haba.. I will write my own letter too oh !! Yimu***

President Goodluck Jonathan again on Friday strike back at former President Olusegun Obasanjo within the 18-page page he wrote in which he accused the President of deceit, deception, dishonesty, incompetence and clannishness among others.
It would be valued that on Sunday Jonathan responded immediately  toObasanjo's letter, calling it full of lies.
The live revisited the problem during a Christmas Day service held at the Cathedral Church of the advent , Living Camp, Gwarinpa, Abuja.

Couple Bathed With Concentrated Acid In Osun State

Doctors are battling to save the eyes of a banker in Ile Ife, Osun State, Mr. Tope Akinlabi, and his wife, Mulikat, who were bathed with acid by some yet-to-be-identified people.
It was learnt that Tope and his wife were returning home on foot after the close of work on Monday, December 16, when two men riding on a motorcycle met up with them and emptied the content of a jerry can on them.
Tope was said to have gone to his wife’s shop at the Eleyele area of Ile Ife after he closed from work on the fateful day.

15 soldiers, 55 others died in Bama strike –DHQ

No  fewer than 70 persons, including 15 soldiers,  died  in the military operations to track down the  insurgents who carried out the last Friday’s  pre-dawn attacks on Mohammed Kur Barracks in Bama, Borno State.
The remaining 55 comprised of 50 insurgents and five villagers. The Director of Defence Information, Maj.-Gen. Chris Olukolade, who made this known in a statement on  Monday, added that 20 vehicles belonging to the insurgents were also destroyed during the attack.

Nigerians don’t need dollar account for visa -UK

 The British High Commission has said it is not compulsory for Nigerians have can a dollar account to be able to pay for UK visa. They said this in a statement by their Communications Manager, Mr. Wale Adebajo, on Tuesday.
The high commission  said,
 “The British High Commission want to clarify the issue of on-line visa payments, which has been already the main topic of news reports.


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