Thursday, April 24, 2014

National Security Council meeting ends; GEJ asks security chiefs to go after missing girls

The extraordinary National Security Council meeting convened today by President Jonathan has ended with all members calling on all Nigerians to be security concious all the time saying security matter is one which concerns everyone. 

The council advocated for religious tolerance amongst all citizens and asked spiritual leaders to spread the gospel of practicing the many faiths without the type of acrimony. 

5 male University students gang-r*pe male colleague

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Five male students of a Nigerian university landed into a big soup when they allegedly gang r*ped another young boy who nearly bled to death from the injuries he sustained from the assault.
Leadership learnt that one of the students, a 2nd year student whose name was given as Friday Desmond, had been lovers with the r*ped boy who name was given as George. He had promised to marry George as soon as he graduated from university. Their illicit love affair had been going on smoothly with both of them meeting regularly at selected places.

Under construction 2-storey building collapse at Oworonsoki, Lagos

A two-storey building under construction on Sea Beach lane at Oworonsoki, a suburb in Lagos state collapsed today April 24th leaving 4 children and 6 adults with various degrees of injury. Reports say the youngsters were on the website to help with menial jobs when the building gave way. 

The 10 victims were immediately rushed to the General Hospital Gbagada where they're all receiving treatment.

Family Die In Accra Building Collapse

In March this year, an uncompleted hotel building in Accra collapsed, killing one person and trapping five others.

A 28-year-old man and his 4-year-old daughter have died after the walls of their bedroom collapsed on them at Aninkruma near Barekuma in the Atwima Nwabiagya District of Ashanti.

National Conference kicks out Chairperson

The National Conference committee on Civil Society, Labour and Sports, among the ten committees at the on-going conference in Abuja, has sacked its chairperson, Bola Ogunrimade for absenteeism and has been replaced with her deputy, Issa Aremu.   The decision was carried out after a vote took place and majority of these voted her out. Mr Issa Aremu also told reporters that, Mrs Bola Ogunrinde hasn't turned up ever since the conference kicked off. 

EndTimeThings: Main School Instructor R*pes, Impregnates 12-Year-old Pupil In Jos

The police in Plateau State Nigeria have arrested a teacher with Bright Kids Academy, Barkin Ladi, Barkin Ladi Local Government Area of the state, Chukwudi Boniface, for molesting and impregnating a 12-year-old primary three pupil in the school.
It was reported that the teacher had in Nov last year organised an extra-mural lesson, which was attended by only four pupils, including the victim.

HIV Patient, 63, Sentenced to Death in Kano For molesting, Infecting a Minor

Kano was jolted, yesterday, when an Upper Sharia court in the state sentenced to death 
by stoning a 63-year-old HIV positive for molesting and infecting a minor with the deadly virus...

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Meet the ‘Mad Man’ caught with ₦4 Million, Human Parts & Ammunition in Benin

A man in Benin City, Edo State, who succeeded in fooling people into thinking he was mad, has turned out to be a ritual killer who specializes in selling human parts.

He was allegedly arrested around the Upper Sokponba road area of Benin with human parts, a gun, and N4 million cash.

The man, whose identity has not been revealed yet, had reportedly lived in a run down apartment for about two years, pretending to be a mad man.

Nine Bodies Washed Ashore After Easter Festivities In Tema, Ghana

 One more body has been retrieved at the Sakumono beach on Wednesday, bringing the total number of bodies washed ashore after the Easter Festivities to nine.

Eight bodies were washed ashore in two seperate beaches in Accra in what was suspected to be another holiday disaster.  Reports of revelers drowning in the sea during festive occasions are not new, but the drowning casualties after the Easter festivities appear to be increasing by the day.

Pic: Policeman beaten & tied up by Mob after apparently shooting a driver

The driver that was shot.

This incident happened this afternoon along Patigi Road in Kwara State. Based on eye-witnesses, the policeman was tied and a number of his colleagues stopped a driver delivering telecoms equipment to a niche site at Patigi and allegedly demanded for money. When the driver refused to pay the money, a disagreement ensued and he was shot in the arm.. Following the shooting, a mob descended on the policemen but were only in a position to catch one as others ran away.

The main one caught was beaten and tangled up by a mob. 

Boko Haram Threatens to eliminate abducted childlren if search isn't Stopped

Boko Haram men have threatened to kill the school girls they abducted in early hours of April 15th if the search for them continues. That is after some Borno women beneath the auspices of BAOBAB Women's Right said they are intending to storm the Sambisa forest where in fact the abducted girls are considered to be held.

The ladies said since efforts by the military to rescue girls haven't worked up to now, it was time to let them to take matters into their hands as concerned mothers.

GEJ holds security meeting with Govs, spiritual leaders, heads of security agencies

President Jonathan this afternoon (meeting may still be going on as you read this) held a closed door meeting with some state governors, heads of security agencies, ministers and spiritual leaders in the country with a view of finding lasting solution to the security problems the nation is currently facing.
The meeting which started around 12.10 this afternoon has in attendance Willie Obiano (Anambra), Theodore Orji (Abia), Abdulaziz Yari (Zamfara), Seriake Dickson (Bayelsa), Gabriel Suswam (Benue), Martins Elechi (Ebonyi), Abdulfatah Ahmed (Kwara), Emmanuel Uduaghan (Delta), Murtala Nyako (Adamawa), Kashim Shettima (Borno), Aliyu Wamako (Sokoto), Ramalan Yero (Kaduna ), Garba Umar (Taraba), Kayode Fayemi (Ekiti), Tanko Al-Makura (Nasarawa), Seidu Dakingari (Kebbi), Godswill Akpabio (Akwa Ibom), Babangida Aliyu (Niger), Olusegun Mimiko (Ondo), Lyel Imoke (Cross River), Ibrahim Dankwambo (Gombe) and Isa Yuguda (Bauchi).

Video: Kenyan Star Corazon Kwamboka With Mighty Backside Twerk To Iyanya Song

Republic Of The Mind And Thralldom Of Fear By Wole Soyinka

I have a cloud of sadness within me as I speak.  It has to do with an absence, a non-event which, both as a product in itself and as the product’s fate, could easily stand – among similar testimonies – as symbolic of the mission of this gathering, and a number of others like it, at least in all societies which value the exertion of the mind and products of the imagination.

Gombe spends N152m to mass wed 720 couples

The Gombe State Government says it spent N151.8 million on the mass wedding of 720 couples in the state.

The Governor, Alhaji Ibrahim Dankwambo, made this known during the wedding ceremony of the couples in Gombe on Tuesday.

Dankwambo said the amount was expended on the settlement of dowry, purchase of food items, textile materials, furniture, kitchen utensils, as well as take-off capital for the couples.

‘Nigeria has 1,400 illegal borders’

Comptroller General of Nigeria Immigration Service, David Parradang, on Wednesday said there were over 1,400 illegal routes into Nigeria with only 84 approved border control posts.
He made the shocking revelation when he appeared before the Committee on Immigration and Related Matters of the ongoing National Conference in Abuja.
“Whereas we have 84 approved border control posts across 4,000 sq. km., there are well over 1,400 illegal routes which are not manned. This has great security implications for the country,” he said.

‪‎Lagos‬ - ‪‎Ibadan‬ EXPRESSWAY IS SAFE.

There is no Boko Haram attack on this road as currently being circulated. The heavy traffic being witnessed caused due to a fallen Truck with goods at a section of the expressway. Our traffic officers and other relevant agencies are working to clear the road. ‪#‎Rumour‬ ‪#‎NPFalert‬

Pics: Singing duo MamuZEE TwiNs attacked by Gunmen in Abuja

 Singing duo MamuZEE TwiNs were attacked by armed robbers on Gwagwalada road, in Abuja yesterday April 22nd while returning from the immigration office. The gunmen, thought to be armed robbers, shot at them and shattered their car.

The Twins are still at a healthcare facility now, but are considered doing fine and will return home today.. More pics after the break...


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