Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Mother sells three-day-old baby for ₦260,000 in Akwa Ibom



In a report Published by Punch, a nursing mother in Akwa Ibom named Imaobong Udoh (pictured above) has been arrested for allegedly selling her 3-day old baby girl for N260,000. Full report below
Also arrested along with Imaobong were four persons for allegedly participating in the theft of the baby.  They are the buyer, Mrs. Regina James; her husband, Mfon James; the traditional birth attendant who delivered the baby, Mrs. Comfort Henry; and Mr Emmanuel Okon, a homeopathic doctor, who arranged the sale.
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1500 victims in Haiti sue UN over cholera epidemic



The United Nations is facing a huge new lawsuit over the outbreak of cholera in Haiti that has widely been blamed on its peacekeepers, after 1,500 Haitian victims and their family members sued the international body in a federal court in Brooklyn in a class action.

The lawsuit filed in US District Court in New York's Eastern District also seeks to force the UN to bring sanitation and clean water to the Haitian communities in areas affected by the outbreak which started in October 2010.

Pics: Nigerians in Germany protest against the Nigerian Govt



 Nigerians in Germany yesterday March 10, protested against the Nigerian government financial recklessness and insecurity in the country. The protest took place on Neue Jakobstrasse, the street that lodges the Nigerian embassy.

The protest which started by 10am had the German police on ground all through the protest which lasted for four hours. Continue...

UK to redeploy its drones from Afghanistan to Nigeria, Africa and the Middle East



Ben Emmerson, the UN rapporteur monitoring counter-terrorist operations by unmanned aircraft, says that the UK’s squadron of 10 Reaper drones, which is now dislocated in Afghanistan, is unlikely to return to the UK after the international military contingent is fully withdrawn from Afghanistan. Most likely, the squadron will be redeployed to Africa and the Middle East to be used against jihadists there. The drones will be based in countries like Nigeria or Djibouti.

See Images of men who boarded Malaysian Airline with stolen passport - Police



 Malaysian Police have released images of the two men who boarded the missing Malaysia Airlines flight with stolen passports but say one of the men, 19-year-old Iranian Pouria Nur Mohammad Mehrdad, (pictured left) is known to them and they do not think he is a terrorist.  The police say the teenager is an Iranian asylum seeker on his way to Germany . Malaysian police say the identity of the other man is still under investigation and no longer strongly believes that the missing plane was attacked by terrorists. They say are now looking into four main areas: sabotage, hijacking or psychological problems among either the crew or the passengers.

GEJ meets S’West govs over poll



President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday met behind closed-doors with four All Progressives Congress from the
South-West.  The governors, who attended the parley which was described as private, were Babatunde Fashola (Lagos), Kayode Fayemi (Ekiti), Ibikunle Amosun (Ogun), and Rauf Aregbesola (Osun).
Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State was absent from the meeting which was also attended by ministers from the South-West as well as the Chief of Staff to the President, Brig.-Gen. Jones Arogbofa (retd.).

Soldiers Launch attack agasint B’Haram camp, seize 700 vehicles




Punch Nigeria reports bellow
The Special Forces involved in the ongoing campaign against the Boko Haram insurgents have recorded what security sources have described as one the greatest breakthroughs in the  campaign against terrorists  in the North-East.
Investigations on Tuesday revealed that the Special Forces, comprising ground troops and the Air Force fighters, had demobilized one of the strongest fortresses of the Boko Haram sect.
It was learnt that the soldiers, who carried out the operation, were shocked by the volume of arms and ammunition and hundreds of operational vehicles that they captured at the camp.

Cell Phones of passengers on missing plane still ringing, relatives claim



 This Malaysian plane disappearance must be the most mysterious incident that's happened in recent history. Late yesterday, relatives of some of the passengers up to speed the vanished aircraft that are lodged in a hotel, claimed they were still in a position to call the cellphones of their missing loved ones.

250 female students of FGGC fled Boko Haramed Borno



The Principal of FGGC Maiduguri told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Maiduguri yesterday that the students were relocated last week

Over 250 female students of the Federal Government Girls College (FGGC), Monguno in Borno State have been relocated to another school in Maiduguri following recent attacks on public schools in the North by Boko Haram members.

The Principal of FGGC Maiduguri told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Maiduguri yesterday that the students were relocated the other day

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Woman Cuts Off Boyfriend's P*nis Before taking his life



A Chinese woman, Yeung Ki, chopped off her former boyfriend's, Zhou Hui, pê-nis with scissors and then killed him with a hammer after he rapêd her, a Hong Kong court heard on Tuesday.

The forty one year old woman, who is on trial in the city, admitted killing the 32-year-old piano teacher on Boxing Day 2012 but denies murder.

According to report, Yeung, a Chinese mainlander and Hong Kong resident, killed Zhou after an affair with the married man lasting years, during which he had deserted her while pregnant and borrowed money without paying it back on numerous occasions.

Late Prophet Ajanaku’s Church Members Reduce From 6,000 To 150 after his death



Tope Alabi Ex-Pastor *Prophet Ajanaku’s Church Members Decrease From 6,000 To 150 after his death.

Six months after the demise of Prophet Ajanaku and former spiritual father of Yoruba gospel singer, Tope Alabi, 
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Oxford Study Shows Women With Big Buttocks Are Smarter



UF finance sophomore Annie Bryan considers herself to be a good proof. The 19-year-old has 3.8grade point average and also believes that her b*tt is her great asset. However, the girl isn’t fully convinced with the theory, as the thinks that her b*tt has more to do with her exercise routine than her grades.


The study linked big butts in females to intelligence due to the omega-3 fats that are connected to brain development.  The study also said big butts are connected to lower risks for heart problems and diabetes.

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