Friday, February 21, 2014

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Western countries financing and controlling Klitschko - Anonymous Ukraine

West is controlling Ukranian opposition leader Vitaly Klitschko, reported hackers from activist group Anonymous Ukraine. They said that they found the evidence in an e-mail account of the adviser to the President of Lithuania.

The Anonymous Ukraine claimed that Western countries are controlling the Ukranian opposition through intermediary of Lithuanian government, according to
"We’ve hacked e-mail account of Laurynas Jonavicius – the adviser to the President of Lithuania. We’ve downloaded all the e-mails that were sent to him and discovered letters from Vitaly Klitschko.

16 Ways To Lose Weight Really Fast

From Zumba to yoga to ditching junk food, these simple lifestyle changes will help you lose 10, 30, even 50 pounds!

It’s a familiar story: You pledge to honor a daily elliptical routine and count every last calorie. But soon, you’re eating cupcakes at the office and grabbing happy hour mojitos, thinking, Oops, diet over.
There is a better way: Swap the all-or-nothing approach for one or two healthy switch-ups in your daily routine.

 “Doing this can lead to more weight loss than you ever imagined,” says Marissa Lippert, RD, author of The Cheater’s Diet.

Ondo Baby Factory: Lawyer Molests Journalists During Arraignment Of 10 Suspects

 Lawyer Molests Journalists During Arraignment Of 10 Suspects

By SaharaReporters, New York
A mild drama ensued on Thursday between journalists and some members of the bar at the resumed sitting and hearing of the 10 suspects arraigned for the illegal operation of a baby factory at Ilu-titun in Okitipupa Local Government area of Ondo State.

Horrible: University of Ibadan student Taiwo Shittu r*ped murdered in her house

27 year old Taiwo Omolara Shittu (pictured above), a 500l student of the Department of Aquaculture and Fisheries Management, University of Ibadan, was attacked and killed on the 19th of February at her sister's home at Opeyemi street, Gbagi in Ibadan.

Her sister, who she lived it, returned home from work around 5:30pm on Wednesday to find Taiwo in the pool of her own blood, her pants down to her ankle, and a machete stained with blood on the bed. Taiwo had been attacked with the machete as there was a opening on her head.

14-year-old boy stabs father to death because he didn’t want to go to school (GRAPHIC IMAGE)

A teenage boy in China is said to have stabbed his father after an argument between them escalated into violence.
The unidentified teenager is said to have attacked and killed his father after the latter tried to persuade him to leave an internet cafe and go to school.
The unfortunate incident is said to have occurred on February 18 at a café in Xinhua county of Hunan province.
According to reports:

Pres.Jonathan meets NNPC chiefs over the alleged missing $20bn

President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday met top officials of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation in a meeting behind closed-door inside the Presidential Villa.
A source said the meeting, which was also attended by the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Finance, Senator Ahmed Makarfi; and the Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, was over the alleged missing $20bn crude oil sales proceeds.

Tinubu’s daughter denies demanding APC cards, money

Daughter of former Lagos State Governor and the state’s market leader, Folashade Tinubu-Ojo, has said she never demanded the All Progressives Congress membership card from traders as a prerequisite to reopening the Abibatu Mogaji Model Market in Lagos.
A statement by her media consultant, Gboyega Akosile, on Thursday added that no money was demanded from the traders before the market was reopened on Monday.
PUNCH Metro had reported how Tinubu-Ojo led a team of policemen to the market, popularly called Iponri Market 10 days earlier to lock it up.
Our correspondent had quoted market sources on Wednesday alleging that Tinubu-Ojo demanded APC cards and money from traders before the market was reopened.
Akosile, however, said the allegations were false.

Worshippers in war front over signatories to church’s bank account

Anglican Church leaders in the Diocese of Niger Delta North and foundation members of the Saint Matthew’s Anglican Church, Nkpogwu Deanery, Rivers State, have locked horns over who should be signatories to the church’s bank account.
The leaders of the church had frowned on a situation where only foundation members were signatories to St. Matterw’s bank account. Their argument was that the vicar of the church must be a signatory.
The issue escalated after a new vicar, Ven. Chiemela Samuel, assumed duty at the church and was not allowed to  be a signatory to the church’s bank account.

Sanusi - Pres. Jonathan: You can’t suspend the truth

 I have no  regrets;  I   have no ill-feelings  and with no sadness.  I’m happy; I’m proud of what I have done.”
These were the words of  Lamido Sanusi  as he reacted to his suspension  as the Central Bank of Nigeria governor by President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday.
Although it was learnt that  he might  challenge his suspension in court, Sanusi  reminded the Jonathan administration: “You can suspend an individual but you can’t suspend the truth.”
Sanusi, who added that   his suspension did not bother him, said his  “biggest concern is for the system .”

Ukraine's Yanukovych announces return to 2004 Constitution and early presidential elections (Full Update)

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has announced that, to settle the crisis in Ukraine, he will initiate the reinstatement of the 2004 constitution and call early presidential elections. 

He also called for starting the procedure of forming a government of national confidence. 
"I am announcing steps that need to be made in order to restore peace and avoid more victims of the standoff," Yanukovych said in a statement available on the presidential website on Friday. 
"These tragic days when Ukraine has taken the gravest losses and when people has died my duty is to state that human lives are very important. We should do our best to take joint steps to restore peace in Ukraine," Yanukovych said.

Pres. GEJ gives ₦50million to Nigerian Supporters Club

 President Jonathan this morning announced the release of N50million to members of the Nigerian Football Supporters Club as they prepare to go cheer the National team in the forthcoming Brazil World Cup tournament which starts in June.
In a ceremony where he was decorated as the Grand Patron of the Nigerian Football Supporters Club, President Jonathan said his administration will not relent in giving the support required to sports men and women to excel in all international football competitions, this by extension includes the Nigerian football supporters club. He also promised to seek the assistance of private organizations to help sponsor and bring more supporters to Brazil during the football challenge.

Ukrainian politicians capable of settling crisis on their own - Russian diplomat

The Russian Foreign Ministry has urged foreign actors not to push the Ukrainian opposition into the further destabilization of the country. "We believe that the primary need of Ukraine is tranquility, not escalation. And foreign forces, who are actual curators of the incumbent Ukrainian opposition, should not tempt it into further destabilization with the purpose of achieving their own political goals," Russian State Secretary - Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin said

"The main task for today is to stop the illegal actions and violence and to bring the situation back into the constitutional field. This is an internal affair of Ukrainian politicians and they are quite capable of dealing with it on their own, without direct foreign interference," he said in an interview with Nezavisimaya Gazeta.

Ukraine situation generally seems to resemble war-torn Syria with US assisting rebels

Floods of angry mobs, buildings ablaze, and chaos around every corner are ordinary incidents in war-torn Syria. However, Ukraine is starting to see the same mess unfold in its nation where US-supported rebel groups are responsible for bloody battles and seized government buildings. 

Rebels have occupied and set fire to government facilities including the trade union center, the central post office, and political party headquarters in Ukraine. Weapons were stolen from a military depot by rebels who began pulling the trigger and aiming the firearms at police, leaving ten dead.

Emerging reports claim that reinforcements are showing up to assist the rebel side with "bulky backpacks near the scene of the latest protests," are mysteriously reminiscent of the "Internet in a Suitcase" scheme monetarily supported by the US government. 

Western TV viewers regard Maidan so-called "peaceful protesters" as heroic

The word community is focused on the situation in Ukraine, but each country interprets that situation its own way. It's easy to guess the way Barack Obama would have acted if a group of people, armed with sub-machineguns, Molotov cocktails and bats, had attempted to attack the White House.

But the West seems to have long since decided who is to blame, and who is not. This kind of video footage is extremely popular. The video titled I Am a Ukrainian has been watched by some 3 million people in just 10 days.

Libya military plane crashes in Tunisia, 11 dead

A Libyan army medical plane crashed south of Tunis early on Friday, killing all 11 people on board, Tunisian emergency services said.

"The plane crashed at 1:30 am (0030 GMT)... with 11 people on board -- three doctors, two patients and six crew members," spokesman Mongi El Kadhi said.He said there were no survivors from the accident in the Grombalia area, 40 kilometres (25 miles) from the capital.
"The whole plane was completely burnt out. The emergency services went to the crash site and recovered the charred bodies."
Continue after the break.

Suspension: Sanusi to challenge it in court

In an interview with CNBC Africa this morning, Sansui Lamido Sanusi, who currently in Niger Republic attending an official ECOWAS event, says he will challenge his suspension.

Sanusi tells CNBC Africa
"I have been told by my office that a letter was received. As you know, I flew in this morning to Niamey along with other Governors of West African Central Banks to meet with the President of Niger and President of Ghana. Fortunately, I came in with my VP Sarah Alade whom I have been asked to hand over to. I have left the meeting to hand over to her. I have just met the Nigerian Ambassador to Niger who confirmed to me that the President asked him to inform me of the decision.


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