Sunday, May 25, 2014

South Africa Heered At GEJ, #BringBackOurGirls

(AFP) -President Goodluck Jonathan was greeted with shouts of “bring back our girls” when he arrived at the Union Buildings, where Zuma was inaugurated.
Nigeria‘s President Goodluck Jonathan is among more than 20 heads of state gathered for the event.

Video clip of General Murtala Muhammed’s speech , Nigeria’s Most Popular Leader

This is a video clip of General Murtala Muhammed’s speech after the overthrow of General Gowon’s military government in 1975. General Murtala Muhammed, Nigeria’s 4th Head of State, is regarded as one of the best and progressive leaders Nigeria ever had. He was in power from July 29, 1975 to February 13, 1976 when he was assassinated in an abortive coup attempt led by Lt. Col Buka Suka Dimka. He was succeeded by General Olusegun Obasanjo who completed General Murtala’s plan to return Nigeria to a civilian rule in 1979. Murtala’s portrait is on the 20 Naira note and Murtala Muhammad International Airport in Lagos was named after him.
He died at the age of 37 and was survived by his wife Ajoke Muhammed and children. He is widely regarded as a national hero.

Obama makes surprise visit to Afghanistan

US President Barack Obama landed in Afghanistan on Sunday for a surprise Memorial Day weekend visit with US troops to thank forces who are preparing to withdraw after nearly 13 years of war, Reuters reports. He said his administration was likely to announce soon on how many US troops to keep in Afghanistan after 2014.

Foreign mercenaries at Kramatorsk airfield in eastern Ukraine - LifeNews journalists

LifeNews journalists, Oleg Sidyakin and Marat Saychenko, who were detained in Ukraine about a week ago and released on Saturday evening, claim to have spotted several mercenaries at Kramatorsk airfield in the eastern Donetsk region. "There were lots of mercenaries at the airfield. There were people dressed in uniforms that aren’t typical of Ukraine. They talked to no one and walked into the headquarters in silence. We still can’t figure out who those people might be," Sidyakin told a press conference on Sunday.

The captured journalists didn’t hear English spoken, but saw; "people equipped in Western troops’ fashion".

Pig or a human? Take a look at this strange creature and decide

Fight against Boko haram: Military has received ₦130b from Jan - April - Okonjo-Iweala

While presenting the 2014 budget signed last week by Pres. Jonathan to newsmen, the Coordinating Minister of the Economy and Finance Minister revealed that the Nigerian military has received N130.7billion from the Federal Government from January to April 2014 and that another N3.8b has been approved by the president but was still being processed and will soon be released to the military.

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Voter turnout in 182 Ukraine's districts stands at 17.52 percent at noon - CEC

The voter turnout in the Ukrainian presidential election stood at 17.52 percent as at 12 p.m. local time, according to the electronic flashboard at the Central Election Commission (CEC). The figure represents turnout in 182 out of 213 electoral districts. "Voter activity is very high - 17.52 percent. This is much more than we predicted," deputy head of CEC Zhanna Usenko-Chorna said at a briefing at the CEC on Sunday.

The highest turnout was registered in Kiev region (22.71 percent of voters) and slightly less in Kirovograd region (22.07 percent), Cherkassy region (21.66 percent), Khmelnitsky region (21.37 percent), Chernigov region (21.14 percent) and Poltava region (20.91 percent).

Ukraine holds early presidential election. LIVE UPDATES

Ukraine began voting on Sunday in a presidential election. The vote scheduled by the Ukrainian parliament following the February overthrow of President Viktor Yanukovych comes amid deep political crisis and a large-scale military operation launched by the new Kiev authorities to crack down on protesters refusing to recognize the legitimacy of the government.

#2 Richest Nigerian comedians and their sources of wealth

He has been associated with many companies, signing different endorsement contracts in the last six years. He also has an impressive list of branding deals with Amstel Malta, Globacom Ltd. and a host of others. With his sold-out shows in South African, London, and even in far away America, and on his Basketmouth Uncensored platform, the comedian has been so consistent since he came to limelight.
His assets are estimated to be worth 2 billion naira. His annual income may be in excess of 192 million, while endorsement deals run into over 120 million annually. His international show, Basketmouth Uncensored, rakes in an estimated 100million naira. This artiste makes over 360 million annually.


#3 Richest Nigerian comedians and their sources of wealth

I Go Dye:
United Nations Millennium Developmental Goal Ambassador, Amb. Francis Agoda, fondly called I Go Dye is the C.E.O of Revamp Construction Company, a property, real estate and road Construction Company. An estimate of his annual income stands between 350 and 500million naira, while his net worth is valued at over 2 billion naira. With properties in choice areas across Nigeria, and fleet of luxury cars, he is the man to beat. He also has a special performing relationship with almost all the governors in the country. His business empire is increasing every day. Presently, he is constructing a bottle water company, Franstel Natural Bottle Water.

#10 Richest Nigerian comedians and their sources of wealth

Yaw is into the big league with a choice property in Lagos. He also makes money from MTN adverts, radio presentations, radio hypes, anchoring events, equipment leasing and other businesses.


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19-Year-Old Student, Alyssa Funke, Killed Herself after she was bullied by class

Immediately, Funke started getting harassed on social media, people began sending her abusive messages through Twitter and Facebook. At first, Funke seemed unfazed by the cyberbullying, posting defiant messages on Facebook and Twitter.

But on April 16, a day after she posted her last tweet, she bought a shotgun and shot herself on her family’s boat, leaving behind her parents and her nine siblings.


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