“IKUKU”, the self acclaimed Governor of the state, who was angered by the utterance of his late PA over a minor issue, directed his police orderly to shoot the late aide. All efforts to save the victim did not yield any result as he lost blood profusely. The ugly development did not allow the event hold as planned as people took to their heels leaving the place deserted.
Sunday, February 16, 2014
First Lady of Lagos State, Dame Emmanuella Fashola charges Nigerians to take care of the Elderly one
Dame Fashola, made this known at the party organized for the elderly members of the Lagos society to celebrate this year’s Valentine’s Day by the Committee Of Wives of Lagos State Government Officials (COWLSO) at the Retirement Villa located in Lekki Phase 11 Ajah area of the state.
The move appeared to be a concession from the government of Viktor Yanukovich, but is unlikely to appease protesters, who for more than two months have been occupying Kiev’s central Independence Square and nearby buildings in a bid to oust the president
Some homes Are resorting to coal already — Funmi Gaji(School Teacher)
“Kerosene is spiritual. We keep consuming and consuming it, and it keeps vanishing .It’s also expensive. Some homes are resorting to the use of coal already. A litre is barely enough for a family in a day. In my home, we use our hot plate pot more, when there is electricity.”
Wow, this is so cool!
Yesterday, Nigeria witnessed its' 1st live wedding on Radio!
Yes, the wedding went down in the Cool FM studio – it simply happened live on the the Midday Oasis with Dotun & Taymi. The special V radio wedding which started a few momemts past 1pmwas streamed live Coolfm's website…See more pics below:
Others include, Private jets, Dokubo, Al Mustapha, the gay rapist released, Eloping with Diezani, begging three times failed NSA Gusau, keeping ‘Facrook’ in office and on payroll, selling and non-selling refineries, Tokunbo ban, road-use tax, national debt and reserves, broke nation, naira depreciation, and more and more…
It is true that the legacy of Goodluck Jonathan and his administration will long outlive him and be talked of, written of and studied in Nigerian schools for generations to come. Below we tried to summarize 20 of his most notable legacies:
Tragedy struck at a hotel in Oro, Irepodun Local Government Area of Kwara State about 11.15pm on Friday when a policeman, Yunus Muideen, allegedly shot dead, a popular politician in the LGA, Femi Awoyale.
Awoyale was said to be a former Irepodun LG chairmanship aspirant under the Peoples Democratic Party.
It is provided that youths of Oro town launched protest when they heard of Awoyale’s death.
According to an eye witness who pleaded anonymity, the management of the hotel had invited policemen to ensure security of lives and property at the hotel for Valentine fun seekers.
He added that about 11.15pm on Friday, Muideen, a corporal, who was said to have been sleeping after allegedly being drunk, was woken up by noise from the vicinity.
At least 260 billion Naira has been burnt by the Federal Government between 2009 and 2013 to settle ex-Niger Delta Militants under the amnesty programme and deals bothering oil pipeline protection in the Niger Delta, Naijapals sources have revealed.
Vice-President Namadi Sambo disclosed this on Saturday at the first annual conference of the Ahlus-sunnah of Nigeria organised by the Izalatul Bid'a wa Ikamatus-Sunnah at the Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos.
Spokesman of the Zliten local council, Hassan bin Sophia, said only four guards were watching 220 criminal and political detainees at the prison on Friday. He said the prisoners called for a doctor, and when the prison gate was opened, they attacked the guards and fled. Bin Sophia said 19 prisoners were soon recaptured, two of them wounded when guards opened fire.
Continue after the break.
“I’m here today because I am gay. And because maybe I can make a difference. To help others have an easier and more hopeful time. Regardless, for me, I feel a personal obligation and a social responsibility. If we took just 5 minutes to recognize each other’s beauty, instead of attacking each other for our differences. That’s not hard. It’s really an easier and better way to live. And ultimately, it saves lives. Then again, it’s not easy at all. It can be the hardest thing, because loving other people starts with loving ourselves and accepting ourselves. I know many of you have struggled with this. I draw upon your strength and your support, and have, in ways you will never know.” Ellen said