Monday, May 19, 2014

British plane sent to search for missing school girls breaks down

A British surveillance jet which was on its way to Nigeria to help in the search for missing Chibok girls reportedly broke down in Senegal due to unspecified technical problems. UK Ministry of Defense released a statement explaining this...
"A technical fault which has delayed the Sentinel aircraft on its way to Ghana is being investigated and will be solved as soon as possible. In the meantime the UK military team continues its work on the ground while other surveillance aircraft continue the search for the missing schoolgirls," . British Prime Minister, David Cameron, announced that Britain would offer Nigeria a surveillance jet to help in the search of the missing girls.

Afenifere Threatens Secession

As the National Conference enters its plenary session Monday, the Afenifere has demanded for a regional autonomy to be granted the Yoruba in the Southwest or the Yoruba will secede from Nigeria.

The Yoruba group at a news conference to unveil the Publication of “Regional Autonomy or Nothing” at the Gani Fawehinmi Park, Ojota in Lagos, Southwest Nigeria Monday said it was displeased that many of its demands at the conference had been thrown away as the Northern group had ganged up to defeat autonomy for the regions.

Lagos Female Banker Dies With Lover at autonomous community in Imo While doing it together

A female banker and her lover died while having s3.x at Eziudo autonomous community in Ezinihitte, Mbaise Local Government Area of Imo State.
Both deceased are Mrs. Adejoke Ayeola, 44, from Iperu Remo in Ogun State, and Wilson Ugwunna, 42. Both have two children each using their respective spouses. Mrs. Ayeola was said to have been married to a traditional ruler in Ogun State.

BringBackOurGirls: Gov Shettima replies Asari Dokubo, calls him a jester

Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima has replied Asari Dokubo who has in recent years alleged that the missing Chibok girls is all a scam and the handiwork of the governor. In a record by the Governor's spokesperson, Isa Gusau, Shettima described Dokubo as a jester who no serious minded Nigerian should take serious. 
"Governor Shettima is too serious minded to reply Asari Dokubo who is just a joker as most Nigerians regard him. As a onetime journalist covering the Niger Delta, I had come in direct contact with Asari when he organized a rally in support of late Gaddafi in Port Harcourt and also when he organized the 2011/2012 Isaac Boro lecture in Port Harcourt which he kept interrupting, taking over the microphone from people like respected lawyers like Festus Keyamo, intermittently speaking without protocol and without shame like a child. He is just a joke, no reasonable Nigerian takes him serious.

Police avert another bomb blast in Kano - Police Press Release

The Police in Kano today, 19th May, 2014, about 9:00am averted what could have been another devastating bomb blast in the ancient city of Kano. Kano Police operatives, acting on intelligence, tracked and recovered a Mitsubishi Station Wagon car, ash in colour, with registration number Kano – AE 756 GSW loaded with assorted gas cylinders, one container of fuel and other electrical components of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs). The vehicle was recovered at Tafawa Balewa Street, Nasarawa area of Kano State and has since been rendered safe by Police Bomb Disposal experts.

 security agencies in Kano have commenced investigation into both the aborted blast as well as the last night bomb incident. Continue.

Stealing is not corruption - ICPC Chairman, Mr. Nta

The Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC) chairman, Mr. Ekpo Nta recently agreed to a statement made by President Jonathan during his May 4th media chat that, stealing is not corruption.

While addressing members of  the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria, COREN, at the ICPC Headquarters' in Abuja, Mr Nta said there is a difference between stealing and corruption  and it is wrong to classify theft as corruption. He said that we should refer back to what we were taught about stealing and corruption in school
"Stealing is erroneously reported as corruption. We must go back to what we were taught at school to show that there are educated people in Nigeria. We must address issues as we were taught in school to do".

Militia Combat Ready: Check out patriotic troops'ready to engage terrorists of notorious Sambisa forest

 Reuben Abati reveals pictures of'Nigeria's committed and patriotic troops'ready to engage terrorists of notorious Sambisa forest to #BringBackOurGirls. 
Done well, troops! See more photos after the break.

Nigerian Police averted bomb blast incident in Kano

 This afternoon, the Nigerian Police released a press statement claiming to have averted what could have been another devastating bomb blast in the ancient city of Kano this morning.
Well, they've just released photos from the incident. See more pics after the break...

Boko Haram abducts Nigeria Police Officers

This madness is sure getting out of control. Boko Haram terrorists, at the weekend, raged in Borno State where 16 persons were feared killed in a fresh attack.

In two separate attacks, five policemen were reportedly abducted with their Armoured Personnel Carrier while a Chinese was killed and 10 others kidnapped during an overnight attack in Kuseri Village between Gamboru Ngala council of Borno State and the Cameroun border.
“Five policemen attached to Banki, a border town with Bama and Cameroon Republic, were attacked by Boko Haram. The terrorists opened fire on the APC No: NPF4960c conveying the policemen led by an inspector and five others. The policemen quickly dropped from the APC and ran into the bush before the terrorists went away with the abandoned APC. As I am talking to you now (yesterday), the whereabouts of the policemen are yet to be known and we suspect the terrorists might have kidnapped or killed them.”

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

Angry youths in Maiduguri took to the streets making bonfires and blocking major roads over the killing of tricycle operator by a soldier. The soldier shot and killed the man at the West-end Roundabout in Maiduguri. The youth chased after the soldier and barricaded all roads in the customs, Kashim Ibrahim and Post office area leading to panic in the alreasdy tense city.

# 2 Top Nigerian Celebrities That Married ‘Tear Nylon’ husbands

# 2 Top Nigerian Celebrities That Married ‘Tear Rubber’ husbands

It was a noble affair when music star, Muma Gee and her tear rubber prince charming, Nollywood actor, Prince Oluebube Eke exchanged vows in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. The couple reportedly met around 2010 after Muma Gee's participation in a reality show through Emeka Ike, a buddy of Prince Eke.

The couple, however, had to hold back till this year before they welcomed their first fruit of the womb, which came in double proportion as Muma Gee delivered a healthy set of twins on Friday, April 18, 2014.


# 1 Top Nigerian Celebrities That Married ‘Tear Rubber’ husbands

# 1 Top Nigerian Celebrities That Married ‘Tear Rubber’ husbands

Topping the listing of female celebs married to brand-new husbands are screen diva, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, fondly called Omosexy.

On March 23 in 2010, Omotola and husband, Matthew Ekeinde marked their 18th wedding anniversary. Theirs is a product union, a marriage that rubbishes the argument that celebrities cannot have successful and happy homes. Her early marriage to her pilot husband, who is 10 years over the age of her made her the envy of her peers-and 18

Photos: Top Nigerian Celebrities That Married ‘Tear Rubber’ husbands

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