Friday, January 10, 2014

Gov. Fashola Advocates Tolerance, Restraint, Brotherhood to secure peace in the Country

As Governor attends Jumat Prayers in commemoration of 2014 Armed Forces Remembrance Week
Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola (SAN) on Friday advocated tolerance, restraint, brotherhood and unity of purpose among Nigerians as a means to secure the peace which was won over the years for the nation by the sacrifice of officers and men of her Armed Forces.

Video Director Sesan & Beat FM's Fade Ogunro's Dad Burried.

Advertising guru, Sesan Ogunro Snr, the daddy of popular OAP Fade Ogunro & music video director, Sesan Ogunro, who was shot dead late Sunday night December 22nd by armed robbers, has been laid to rest.  His Service of songs held yesterday, whilst the funeral service held today at Ogudu GRA. He was buried at Vaults and Gardens in Ikoyi. May his soul rest in peace...Ase.

San Antonio Neck Pain Relief Done Naturally Through Chiropractic Therapy

When the neck region is exposed to a forceful blow, repetitive stress or spent hunched over for extended periods of time, it can contribute to severe restrictions in mobility. With San Antonio chiropractic therapy, a natural program is developed for individual patient needs depending on the extent of the injuries. With the increase in the reports of upper cervical conditions, more people are seeking alternative care with less reliance on prescription medication.

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Wole Soyinka's daughter 'Iyetade Soyinka' buried in Ibadan today (Pics)

 Dr. Iyetade, daughter of the Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka was today buried at Ultimate Gardens, along Ibadan-Lagos Expressway, Opposite Yannaty Flour Mills, Boluwaji Sanjyo, Ibadan, capital of Oyo State South West Nigeria.  Virtually everyone that attended the funeral could not hold back tears throughout the funeral programme.
More pics after the break.......

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan OKs Release of 165 Boko Haram Suspects

President Goodluck Jonathan has ordered the release of a fresh batch of over 165 persons apprehended by security agencies in connection with the attack on Boko Haram terrorism in the North East States of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe States.
A statement signed by Major General Chris Olukolade, Director of Defence Information said, "Over 165 persons apprehended in the course of military operations on terror in three states in the North-East are to be released from custody in compliance with Presidential directive".

Video Post: Man Shot Dead After Police Ordered him to Put his gun down.

War against humanity: US gov't, British crown responsible for the Fukushima disaster?

Fukushima disaster has raised major environmental concerns and ever since the disaster took place, something seemed wrong about how it occurred and then has been dealt with. Lauren Monet, an independent scientist and a radiation expert from Berkeley, California, has shed some light on the plausible nature of the tragedy.

Ms Monet told the resource that since mid-September until present radiation levels in the San Francisco bay area "have been increasing and fluctuating higher than they have ever been before and then settling down again."

Cyprus OKs Russian aircrafts to use airbase near Pathos – media

Cyprus authorities have permitted Russian military aircrafts to use the Andreas Papandreou airbase, situated near Pathos, the Cyprus Weekly newspaper reports. An agreement on cooperation in this field is yet to be signed.

On Thursday, Defense Minister Photis Photiu, with the consent of the Foreign Minister, set forward a proposal to assist Russia in this field for the Cabinet’s consideration. The latter gave its consent for Russian aircrafts of various types to land at the Cyprian air base but only in emergency situations and for humanitarian reasons. At the same time, the Russian air force won’t be allowed to use warehouses of the Andreas Papandreou airbase.

Tunisia's new PM Mehdi Jomaa, takes office - state news agency

Tunisia's new premier Mehdi Jomaa took office on Friday to lead a caretaker government until elections this year, the state news agency said, after the ruling Islamist party resigned in a deal to complete a transition to democracy.

Jomaa will head a non-partisan cabinet appointed after compromise between the Islamists and secular opponents to end months of crisis three years after Tunisia's uprising against autocrat Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali.

Moscow urges ceasefire, political dialogue in South Sudan.

The Russian Foreign Ministry has called for an immediate ceasefire in South Sudan and for political dialogue to be launched without delay.
The Russian Foreign Ministry has called for an immediate ceasefire in South Sudan and for political dialogue to be launched without delay.

“We are deeply concerned over the ongoing conflict between supporters of incumbent President of the Republic of South Sudan Salva Kiir and supporters of former Vice President Riek Machar. We are calling for an immediate cessation of hostilities and for political dialogue to be established without delay,” the ministry said in a statement.
As a permanent member state of the UN Security Council, Russia has been working to promote the search for peaceful ways of ending the military-political crisis in South Sudan,” the statement says.

US weighs targeted sanctions against South Sudan.

The United States is weighing targeted sanctions against South Sudan due to its leaders' failure to take steps to end a crisis that has brought the world's youngest nation to the brink of civil war, sources briefed on US discussions told Reuters.

"It's a tool that has been discussed," a source told Reuters on condition of anonymity about the possibility of US sanctions against those blocking peace efforts or fueling violence in South Sudan. Another source confirmed the remarks, though both declined to provide details on the precise measures under consideration.

White House still researching how to continue non-lethal supply to Syria rebels.

The White House said on Friday that it is still reviewing how to resume shipments of non-lethal aid to moderate rebel groups fighting in Syria after an incident last month where Islamist fighters seized supplies from a warehouse.

"No decisions have been made yet regarding the resumption of non lethal assistance to the (Syrian Military Council), but we have resumed deliveries of non-lethal assistance into northern Syria to civilian actors," White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters at a briefing.
"This has nothing to do with our support for the moderate military opposition, but rather the security of our assistance," Carney said.

Iran, six world powers end talks on Tehran's nuclear program, agree on outstanding issues

Iran's talks with the European Union have ended with an agreement over outstanding issues about the practical details of implementing a nuclear agreement, Iranian state television reported on Friday.

But the implementation of the deal reached in Geneva in November will take place after consultations with the capitals of Iran and the six major powers involved in the talks that were on Friday represented by the European Union, it said.

Dutch royals, PM Set to attend Sochi Olympics in Russia

King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, an honorary member of the International Olympic Committee, his wife Queen Maxima and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte will attend the Winter Olympics in Sochi next month, Rutte told reporters on Friday.

“The Netherlands will be represented… We see nothing to gain with a boycott. It is better to engage in dialogue,” the Dutch premier said.

Baby Factory Complete Story: Operator Is a Billionaire, Lives Large. (Photos)

James Ezuma, a medical doctor nabbed by the police in Owerri, Imo State, for operating baby factories, is the face of child trafficking in Nigeria.
The glassy signpost with blue, white and black lettering promises would-be visitors succour. Its delicate frame announces to the public the presence of a private hospital. Near this board is another with less aesthetic appeal on a lonely street off Egbu Road, in Owerri metropolis, which announces to the vulnerable, a place of refuge.

Exchange Rate: Naira stays strong against dollar, Pound

Lagos – The Nigerian currency, the Naira, on Friday traded on a stable platform against two major international currencies, the dollar and the pound sterling, as transactions ended for the week.
The dollar and the pound sterling were sold at 155.72 and 170, respectively, at the official and bureau de change since Jan. 6.
At the black market, the Naira was exchanged for the dollar at 170, while the pound sterling went for 270.

Bizzarre Video of a Woman who breastfeeds a monkey together with her own baby

'My son lied against Pastor Fireman" - Mom of virgin killer speaks

 2 days back you read that controversial Lagos pastor Fireman was nabbed by Lagos authorities on the alleged ritual murder of a 12 year old girl, Bose Ogoja, after the girl's killer, 18 year old Ikechukwu stated he killed her base on Pastor Sign Fireman's instructions . (If you missed the story, read it here). The boy's mom has spoken out and claims her boy hasn't seen the founder and heaad Pastor of Perfect Christian Mission

Mrs Esther Egbo informed reporters recently that they certainly were people of the Badagry part of Fireman's church and in the couple of years they have been in the church, they've never set eyes on the man. She claimed her boy have been caught four different  times by law enforcement for rape and had also been charged to court and was just released on December 10, 2013.
Continue after the break....

2014 PRESIDENTIAL PARDON LOADING: U.K to tranfer James Ibori and other 751 prisoners to Nigeria prisons

THE Federal Government, on Thursday, signed a Prisoners’ Transfer Agreement (PTA) with the United Kingdom for the transfer of James Ibori, a former governor of Delta State, alongside other 751 Nigerians in British prisons, to complete their jail terms in Nigeria.

Ibori, was sentenced to 13 years in prison for corruption and money laundering charges at the Southwark Crown Court 9 in London, in April 2012, and has been incarceration in the country.
However, the signing of the PTA by both countries signalled the fact that James Ibori and others would be repatriated to complete their jail terms in Nigeria without a choice.

Richest Woman in Nigeria denies contesting for governorship

One of Africa's richest women and chairman of Famfa Fat, Mrs Folorunsho Alakija has rejected reports that she is contesting for governor of Lagos State by 2015.
Continue to See her press statement after the break...

Hardship: What is the Minimum wage in Nigeria ? 5k, 7k or 18k ?

Our source ran into a female this week who earns N7,000 monthly at restaurant in Surulere. She resume work by 8 in the morning and close at 8pm everyday, Monday to Saturday. She lives in Orile, meaning she pays transport to and from her house to work every day. She told our source that her boss gives her N200 each week as transport allowance. And she feels lucky!

She was asked  why she's doing the Job , how can N7,000 help you survive in a month? And her reply was;
Continue after the break.

US Teacher bags 38years For doing it With Her 12 Year Old Student

Former teacher Ethel Anderson, 31, (pictured above) was found guilty and sentenced to 38 years in prison in December 2013 for having s¤x with her 12 year old student.
The married mother of one had se ¤x with one of her students, whose identity is being kept secret because of his age (he was 12 at the time). The alleged abuse started in 2011 just one monthafter the teacher and the minor started a tutoring session in her home.

Video: TV crew caught couple by mistake doing it.

One of the Women Tortured at Ejigbo Market Dies by OPC: Parents Of Victims Recount Horrific Ordeal

 Victims family confirm one of the women died after torture has now been confirmed that one of the ladies who was brutally tortured by some men in the Ejigbo area of Lagos in 2013 has died. The woman identified as Julie, was the older woman in the torture video. She was brought from her home town in Topa, Badagry to work as a canteen attendant. Watch the Channels TV report

MIRACLE: Pastor's Partner Resurrects During Burial In Ogun State

Real miracles still happen, in spite of all the scams going on in some churches...

The wife of the General Overseer of Victory Life Bible Church, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Mrs Folake Achudume who doctors have confirmed dead has resurrected before she could be buried.

The woman while narrating her story and testifying to the goodness of God in the presence of their congregation, said she was already confirmed dead by doctors and narrated how her spirit left her body and what she saw in the other realm: “What I experienced was like being a drama piece.

Watch Pastor EA Adeboye's 2014 Fasting guidelines.


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