Sunday, May 18, 2014

Exclusive: Boko Haram 'Prepared to Begin Release of Up to Half of Chibok Girls

Exclusive: Boko Haram abandons demands for its top commanders to be released in negotiations 
with the Nigerian government that could see "gradual" release of schoolgirls as early as next week, 
sources tell Telegraph....

The Telegraph U.K.
May 18, 2014

Boko Haram has dropped demands for the release of top commanders in talks with the Nigerian government and is prepared to start releasing up to half its kidnapped schoolgirls in coming days, sources close to the group have said.

10 People died on the spot as Bomb Blast hit Kano

A bomb blast occurred today around 9.30pm at a favorite drinking spot on Ekiken street in Sabongari section of Kano state. Casualty figure is yet unknown but unconfirmed reports say about 10 people was killed in the blast. Details later...

Update: It's been confirmed. 10 people lost their lives today in the blast

Gunmen storm Libya parliament setting building on fire

A spokesman for a rogue Libyan general says his forces have attacked parliament to arrest Islamists there, but were met with resistance. Mohammed al-Hegazi, a spokesman for General Khalifa Hiftar, made the comments to Libya's Alahrar television station after heavy gunfire erupted Sunday outside the Libyan parliament. Lawmakers say security officials evacuated them from the building. 

Lawmaker Omar Bushah told Reuters gunmen had entered the General National Congress (GNC) and set the building on fire.

Syria general killed in clashes near Damascus

The head of Syria's Air Defense has been killed in fighting east of Damascus, an Islamist rebel coalition and a monitoring group said on Sunday, according to Reuters.

The Islamic Front and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based monitoring group, said General Hussein Ishaq died of wounds suffered during a military offensive by President Bashar al-Assad's forces against rebels in Mleiha suburb, where the Air Defense administration has a large base.

Chibok Visit: In Defense of President Jonathan

On Wednesday 6th of April 1994, around 8:30pm the Presidential Jet conveying President Juvenal Habyarimana of Rwanda touched the country's airspace after a trip from Tanzania.

 Few minutes before landing, the Jet was shot down by a radical terror group. The President and all his entourage died instantly thus marking the beginning of the Rwanda genocide. The President was from the 'Hutu' tribe and the assassination was believed to have been carried out by 'Tutsis' the other tribe in the country and before one could say Jack, all hell was let loose. In 100days of vengeance over one million Tutsis were slaughtered in cold blood not with guns but Machetes, Clubs and Knives. Husbands killed wives, Pastors betrayed Church members who had run to them for sanctuary. For months the reign of bloodbath continued without recess.


Photo News: Angry youths Riot In Maiduguri Over Extra-Judicial Killing Of Innocent Tricycle Operator

 See more pics bellow.

40 feared killed as Boko Haram invades another Borno village

At least 40 villagers were killed and several others injured yesterday Saturday May 17th as Boko Haram gunmen attacked Dalwa-Masuba village in Damboa LGA of Borno State, Premium Times reports.

Security sources and a witness said the gunmen stormed the village in large numbers and burnt down virtually all buildings in the village as well as three pickup vans carrying woods to Damboa.

Graphic Photo: Man, 28, allegedly murders lover in Rivers state

A 28 year old man identified as Ahamehule Chukwu, a resident of Eliozu community, in Obio/ Akpor LGA of Rivers State has been arrested by officers of the Rivers State Police Command, for allegedly
murdering his 21-yearold girl friend identified as Ifeayinwa Ani.

The lifeless body of Ifeayinwa, who is reported to have been head over heels in love with her lover-turned-killer to the extent that she moved him with him even though they were not yet married, was discovered in front of the Eliozu Health Centre by the Chief Medical Officer of the centre, Dr. Ama Flag-Amachree, recently. Continue..  

Nigerian Billionaire, Femi Otedola & Wife, Nana Take A Selfie.

What a multi-billion dollar selfie looks like: He is the multi-billionaire owner of Forte oil, the one & only Femi Otedola and she is his gorgeous, adorable wife. The super rich take selfies too..

The Man Who Planted Bombs In Lagos Has Been Arrested

Nigeria's security agencies have been doing their job well in recent times and they deserve some very serious and sincere commendation, Omo Oodua Blog observed. As you read this, a joint team of riot policemen and other security agencies attached to the Lagos Business District (CBD) on Thursday arrested a foreign national said to be a Sudanese for planting bombs to unleash massive terror in Lagos State.

We need schoolboys to wed Chibok girls–Sect, Boko Haram writes school, plots fresh abductions

We need schoolboys to wed Chibok girls–Sect
Thirty-four days after the fundamentalist Islamic sect, Boko Haram, abducted over 200 schoolgirls from Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, it has threatened to kidnap more pupils.
The United States of America, France, Britain, Israel and Canada are among the foreign countries that have pledged to help Nigeria find the schoolgirls that were kidnapped by Boko Haram on April 14.
The pupils were kidnapped in the night and their hostels were burnt. However, while Boko Haram transported them in trucks to its Sambisa Forest stronghold, over 50 of the schoolgirls escaped from the sect.

CIA denies its agents were killed in eastern Ukraine

The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has denied reports of a number of CIA agents allegedly killed in clashes between forces loyal to the Kiev authorities and self-defense units in eastern Ukraine.

Earlier, the People’s Mayor of Slavyansk, Vyacheslav Ponomaryov, announced that Kiev-controlled troops and law enforcers had sustained heavy losses during a so-called "counter-terrorist" operation in the east of the country.
US Blackwater mercenary units behind Kiev regime's outburst in Ukraine
At least 650 servicemen were killed, wounded or taken prisoner in the past ten 10 days, he said. There are 70 foreigners among them and of those 13 agents of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation and CIA were killed and 12 others were wounded, Ponomaryov told reporters.

"I'll visit Chibok but does that solve the problem?" - Pres. Jonathan Question of the day

At a press conference for the Regional Security Summit that held in France today, President Jonathan explained why he hasn't visited the Chibok community, the school or parents of the missing girls...
"The school is owned by the State Government but it is the commitment of the Federal government to rebuild the school, build walls to protect it and provide facilities since it is predominantly a school that takes care of girls education so that the girls would be protected. Yes I will visit Chibok, no doubt about that but what we are anxious about now is to locate the girls. These girls are not held in Chibok. If the President goes to Chibok today, does that solve any problem? Maybe psychological problem or for media relevance but you have not solved the problem. The problem facing the President and indeed the Nigerian government is to get these girls from wherever they are" he said
See pics of President Jonathan at the summit

Chinese National Killed, 10 Missing After Boko Haram Attack in Cameroon..

A Chinese national is dead and 10 others are feared kidnapped after an attack in northern Cameroon 
carried out by Nigerian Boko Haram militants, according to local police...

May 17, 2014

"Boko Haram Islamists attacked a camp [of road workers]," a local police chief said on condition of anonymity.


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