Sunday, April 6, 2014
$20billion Is Still Missing Nigerians, Don't Lose Focus Of That by 0lumide Thomas
The president's (non presidential) media dogs have proceeded with the 2nd face of the propaganda.
If Sanusi is found guilty of any wrong doing, he should be jailed.
THIS YOU MUST KNOW:
All over the world, evil administrations first create a boogeyman out of an ordinary person to hang him or to make hanging him justified.
So Nigerians, what we will be seeing will be sins of Sanusi and purported documents and ALLEGATIONS of fraud. All these will be to just divert attention away from the missing $20bilion and to make hanging Sanusi easier.
Dr Isioma Awele Ebegbodi nee Unokanjo (pictured above), a mother of two and a medical resident physician at Marshfield Clinic in Texas, was shot dead around 3.am on that fateful day after stepping into a fight with her husband and the daddy of her children, Martin Ebegbodi (also pictured above).
Continue... Read her former classmate's FB post after the cut..
Where to draw the line in a relationship is very important. Certain info should only be limited to you.
Personal affairs call for careful attention. And in regards to a connection, it generates more sense to help keep certain personal information and details to self. Exactly the same applies to your boyfriend too. You too may be having best shown and genuine feelings for one another, but being careful always helps one as an individual. Here's a set of things to never share together with your boyfriend:
Continue after the break.
The gold medal looked to be Le’s after the 29 year-old broke Adesokan’s world record with a lift of 177kg in the second round, and improved it further still with a 180kg lift in the third round.
Nigeria(170m) beats S.A(51m) hands down: Now the African Continent's biggest economy with ₦80.3 trillion GDP.
Nigeria’s last GDP rebasing was done in 1990
Barely days after being listed by the World Bank amongst the world’s five poorest countries, Nigeria has declared a Gross Domestic Product, GDP, of N80.3 trillion ($509.9bn), pushing ahead of South Africa as the continent’s biggest economy.
The new figure was announced Sunday by the National Bureau of Statistics after a rebasing that nearly doubled Nigeria’s GDP from N42.3 trillion.
Evangelist Obey Fabiyi who turned 72 recently shares some of his life experiences in this interview with ADEOLA BALOGUN
It is often said that anything after 70 years is bonus. How do you feel at 72?
Well, at 72, I want to first and foremost give thanks to God Almighty who made it possible for me to be alive. It’s the wondrous work of God and at 72, I feel great. I am a very happy person because the Lord has been so good to me, and I thank God for who he is because he’s been my all in all and he has seen me through different phases of life: from the time I was born, to when I started talking, schooling and working. I also thank him for bringing out the gift in me and establishing me as a star. I feel great and happy – and I can’t even thank him enough.
Mr. Dele Belgore (SAN), Action Congress of Nigeria’s governorship candidate in Kwara State during the 2011 election explains his latest controversial defection to the Peoples Democratic Party in this interview withSUCCESS NWOGU
With the Freedom Rally recently held in Ilorin, it seems you have now agreed that the PDP is a party that puts people in bondage since the party has been in the power for some years now in Kwara State?
No. We have said repeatedly that our issue lies with the way the government of the state was then being run. It is the people at the helm of affairs and their methods that we were complaining about. Those methods have not changed since they joined the APC. That tells you that the issue in Kwara is about the people at the helm of affairs and not necessarily the party.