Thursday, May 1, 2014

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BRICS creating parallel Monetary Fund disillusioned with IMF and World Bank - expert

Frustrated by the IMF and World Bank controversial policy, the BRICS nations go on creating the alternative financial supranational institutions for emerging economies. In recent years the IMF has discredited itself, becoming a completely politicized and "odd" structure, which supports interventionist "super state" ambitions of the EU and the US, stresses Patrick L Young, an expert in global financial markets, referring to the ongoing events in Ukraine.

Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa are fed up with the US failure to ratify a four-year-old agreement aimed at reforming the IMF system. Thus the post war consensus on financing bodies appears to be breaking down, writes the expert in his RT Op-Ed ‘BRICS building parallel IMF.’

Cuba сalls terrorism designation by US absurd, manipulative

Cuba labeled as absurd and manipulative an annual U.S. State Department report that once again designated Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism, a setback for advocates hoping for a change in Washington's Cuba policy this year.

The annual Country Reports on Terrorism issued on Wednesday continued to list Cuba, Iran, Sudan and Syria as countries that have "repeatedly provided support for acts of international terrorism." Cuba has been on the list since 1982.  The designation carries with it economic sanctions beyond those already imposed in the US trade embargo of Cuba.

Centuries-old ties between Russia & Ukraine not to be broken - Russian official

The centuries-old ties between Russia and Ukraine can’t be broken either by Western politicians or by "the anti-popular Kiev regime", Valentina Matviyenko, Chairperson of the Federation Council, upper house of Russian parliament, said on Thursday, May 1.

She believes that the crisis in Ukraine was initiated by the United States and Western countries which "once again decided to organise a ‘colour revolution’. But they miscalculated. The Libyan, Iraqi and Yugoslav scenarios failed in Ukraine".

However in the absence of "sources of information that would give an objective picture of the situation, many people in Ukraine are beginning to believe" Western politicians. "They [Western countries] have simply set the task of antagonising people against Russia", Matviyenko told the "Logic of Power" programme on Radio Russia.

Army operation in southeast Ukraine to be Kiev’s last attack - Crimean leaders

The Ukrainian army offensive against regions controlled by militia in the South-East of the country will become the last attack of the present Kiev authorities, Crimea’s acting Head Sergei Aksyonov and Crimean State Council (parliament) Chairman Vladimir Konstantinov said on Thursday, May 1, commenting on media reports about a possible resumption of the army operation in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions.

"The crooks in Kiev do not understand that everything they are doing will boomerang on them personally. A war against one’s own people has never done any good. We think they must be put on trial," Aksyonov said, adding, "At any rate, history will make its own assessment of these villains who are sending troops against their own people."

Northern demand at confab, reasonable –Ango Abdullahi

In this Interview with JOHN ALECHENU,    the   spokesperson for the Northern Elders Forum, Prof. Ango Abdullahi, speaks about the forum’s position on a number of issues at the National Conference
 A document being circulated by northern delegates at the National Conference contains so many demands. Some of which include calls for the scrapping of the amnesty programme, do you support this?
Obviously, it makes sense for government to provide protection for our land and sea resources from degradation and irresponsible oil exploration and exploitation by foreign companies. But when you look at the political intention of government trying to say that certain areas of the country should be treated in a special manner in contrast to other parts of the country that  have similar concerns and problems then it doesn’t make  sense.

Judge guilty of lying over minister’s speeding case

A barrister and part-time judge has been found guilty of lying to police in connection with the Chris Huhne speeding points scandal, Skynews reports.

Constance Briscoe was accused of trying to pervert the course of justice during the case involving the disgraced cabinet minister’s passing of speeding points to his then-wife Vicky Pryce a decade ago.

Briscoe, 56, who has been suspended since her arrest in October 2012 and denied three counts of intending to pervert the course of public justice, did not react as the jury at the Old Bailey found her guilty after deliberations lasting around five hours.

The truth about 234 Chibok schoolgirls

Niran Adedokun
“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children”
– Nelson Mandela
Over and above every act of irresponsibility to the nation and others in Nigeria, nothing tells of the extent of the erosion of our values like our collective attitude to our children. We are a country that has currently lost every capacity for shock.  Nothing shocks Nigerians again, not even the abduction of over 200 girls from the GovernmentGirls Secondary School in Chibok, Borno State and the inability to find them after two weeks.  It is a sad commentary that should make us all bow our heads in penitence. Apparently, we are a country with a dead soul.

CJN, put thief judges in the dock

AYO Salami’s recent outcry that corruption in the judiciary is still deep-seated is a sore that has refused to heal. His rage was against retired senior jurists who have perfected the act of bribing serving judges to pervert the course of justice. The practice is most abominable; it is a symptom of a judiciary in need of redemption. Salami, a retired President, Court of Appeal, at a conference of the Ilorin branch of the Nigerian Bar Association early this month, also decried the habit of judges meekly submitting to political authorities in order to get patronage.

Just In: Another bomb blast rocks Nyanya, Abuja (Graphic Photos)

 More devastating news for the country.
Sahara Reporters just sent out a tweet that National Emergency Officials have reported an explosion in Nyanya general part of Abuja.
The news organization spoke with several emergency responders heading to the scene. They are unacquainted with the explanation for explosion.
Loads  of casualties is yet to be ascertained but a number of individuals have died and security officials have taken on the area.
The news comes after the tragic explosion at the Nyanya bus garage in Abuja on Monday 14th April 2014.

Ex-Deputy Senate President, Wash Pam, dies @73

 Senator Wash Pam, a former Deputy Senator President has passed on. He died today May 1st at the National Hospital Abuja after having a long battle with prostrate cancer.  The elder-statesman from Plateau state served as Deputy Senate President under Joseph Wayas from 1979 to 1983. He was survived by two wives and 18 children. May his soul rest in peace Ase.

Lagos Island issues shoot- on-sight order on hoodlums

The Security Council, Lagos Island East Council Development Area, has ordered a shoot-on-sight order to the police on  people found carrying guns and other weapons capable of inflicting injuries on members of the public.

The order was issued after an emergency security council meeting summoned by the Chairman of the Lagos Island East Council Development Area, Kamal Salau-Bashua.
No fewer than two persons lost their lives while several others were injured and property worth several millions of naira destroyed in a violence on the island during the Easter celebrations.

Okonjo-Iweala faces contempt charge over statutory transfers

The Minister of Finance, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, is facing a contempt charge for disobeying a judgement on statutory transfers delivered by the Federal High Court sitting in Abuja in respect of a suit filed by the Centre for Social Justice.
This follows a Notice of Consequences of disobedience to court order dated April 29 served the minister by the FHC.

Watch The Emotional Meltdown Of Patience Jonathan On Live TV

Photo Post: from BringBackOurGirls protest hold in Newyork and D.C

 See more pics bellow

Nigerian doctor guilty of assaulting patient has been acquitted

The Nigerian doctor, Abiodun Bale, who was simply charged &  found guilty of attacking women patient in his surgery when she disagreed with his diagnosis (if you missed it,read here) has been acquitted. 

Lancashire Telegraph  
reports that Dr Bale appealed against his conviction last December and won.

Dr Bale agreed there was a dispute but did not agree he had touched the female patient. He claimed that during a ‘breakdown'between himself and the patient, she was dissatisfied with the procedure & advice and decided to make a false claim about assault.

FIFA probes match-fixing allegation against Nigeria

The world football governing body FIFA has started investigation into a recent allegation that the Super Eagles’ 2010 World Cup qualifying matches were rigged for them.
The spokesperson for the Nigeria Football Federation, Mr. Ademola Olajire, confirmed to The PUNCH on Wednesday that they have received correspondence from FIFA on the matter.

Lekki road on fire (Pics)

 A diesel truck fell and burst into flames on Admiralty Way, Lekki Phase 1 this morning. Thankfully no lives were lost but lots of cars were burnt. See more pics after the break..


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