Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Photos: Aregbesola gets More Support In Home Town – Ilesha Rally

 Photos of the Governor of the State of Osun, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola acknowledging cheers from the mammoth crowd at the Re-election campaign rally in Ijesa South Federal Constituency, Ilesa, State of Osun onTuesday 15th of july 2014.
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Chibok family release statement on aborted meeting with Jonathan

Press statement from representatives of parents of Chibok girls/survivors regarding the cancelled meeting between them and president Jonathan yesterday July 15th. Find it below... 
We the members of the Kibaku (Chibok) Community and representatives of the 12 fathers and 5 escaped girls who were hosted by Malala during her visit to Nigeria hereby speak on their behalf to offer to Nigerians the facts as they are and to put the records straight and correct the erroneous impression making rounds in the media on the botched meeting with the President: Continue...
#Bringbackourgirls group also released a statement regarding this. Continue... 
1. The logistics and meeting between the twelve (12) fathers and five (5) girls and Malala was facilitated by the Abuja Chibok Community and the Citizens platform of BringBackOurGirls with our consent and on TRUST considering their sustained and focused advocacy to Bring Back our daughters.

Queen of Sheba known as Bilikisun Sungbon (in Yoruba language)

Queen of Sheba known as Bilikisun Sungbon (in Yoruba language) of the bible ancient monument uncovered in Oke-Eiri village on the outskirts of Ijebu-Ode town, Ogun State. Nigeria.

Sungbo’s Eredo in Ijebu Discovered: One of the Largest Archeological Phenomena South of the Sahara Desert. Over a thousand years ago in Ijebu land, a mysterious woman, Sungbo, carved out an empire whose ruins dwarf the pyramids of Egypt and even compare with the Great Wall of China, and is now considered one of the largest archeological phenomena on earth. The locals call these ruins “Sungbo’s Eredo”.

Operatives of the Special Task Force (STF) recover & return 218 cows to owners in Plateau

Operatives of the Special Task Force (STF) in Plateau State have recovered over 218 cows stolen by cattle rustlers in parts of their state, this is based on a news report on the internet site of the Defence HQ.

A number of the cattle were salvaged when troops carrying out special patrols to deescalate cattle rustling in the region were alerted to a small grouping of youthful cattle rustlers who'd made away with some cattle after killing herdsmen at Kanke town. The Operatives who swiftly trailed and intercepted the rustlers took one of many suspects into custody for preliminary investigations after which it he will soon be handed to the right prosecuting agency.


Police in ‪#‎Ebonyi‬ safely rescue 2 kidnapped sisters (9yrs&7yrs)

Police detectives attached to ‪#‎Ebonyi‬ State Police Command on 14th July, 2014 safely rescued two kidnapped sisters (ages 9yrs and 7yrs, names withheld) from their abductor at Ugoeze village, Effium. Victims were kidnapped from Ijebu-Ode, ‪#‎Ogun‬ state on 8th July, 2014 by Kingson Asiegbu ‘m’ 27yrs old who moved them to Ebonyi state from where he made a call to their parents to demand for ransom. The said Kingson Asiegbu was arrested during the rescue operation and taken into custody; investigation is ongoing.

Pres. GEJ's response to Islamist kidnap ‘an insult’

Kano (Nigeria) (AFP) – Relatives of some of the schoolgirls seized in a mass kidnapping by Boko Haram demanded Wednesday that Nigeria’s president meet everyone affected, describing a hastily-arranged plan for a visit with a select few as offensive. More than three months after the Islamist rebels seized 276 girls from a secondary school in the northeastern town of Chibok, President Goodluck Jonathan has not met the parents of the hostages or with any of the 57 girls who have escaped. 

What is wrong with these Photos? (Hip Hop Model Version)

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Abia Commissioner dies 6 days after he was shot by suspected assassins

The Abia State Commissioner for Agriculture, Dr Kenneth Nwosu, who was shot by suspected assassins on Wednesday July 9th has died. He died from gunshot wounds he sustained following attack across the Umuajata/Amakama road while driving from Umuahia the capital city to his home at Olokoro in Umuahia South local government. 

German teacher Kidnapped by gunmen in Adamawa

A German national simply identified as Mr Fisch has been kidnapped by gunmen in Gombi town in Adamawa state. Based on Premium Times, Mr Fisch, who runs a cost-free technical school in Adamawa state was reported to be on his way to work when he was abducted around 7am today near the Anguwan Faransa part of the town. A resident of the region said the gunmen laid a siege on the man's house and accosted him as he arrived on the came out of his house to enter his car 

Pres. GEJ seeks ₦165Billion loan to fight Boko Haram

President Jonathan is seeking $1billion loan to fight Boko Haram. In a letter provided for the House of Representatives today, President Jonathan asked the Rep members to approve a request for an additional loan of $1billion (about N165billion) which will be utilized to upgrade the gear of the Armed Forces in the fight of the insurgent group, Boko Haram. The letter was read today during the home plenary session.

#3 of 10 Fashion Mistakes That Can Spoil Your Look

3. Inappropriate Makeup

Light for day, heavier for evening, sheer for sports or other strenuous pursuits. You wear different clothes for different activities in you life; your makeup should change as well. And if you’re still doing Cleopatra eyes, it’s time to turn the page and see what’s happening THIS century in makeup styles.


#4 of 10 Fashion Mistakes That Can Spoil Your Look

4. Wearing The Wrong Color of Hose

You’ll look taller and trimmer by matching the color of your hose to your shoes and your hem. Wearing a black skirt and shoes? Opt for sheer black hose. Have a bright blue dress and taupe shoes? Go for the taupe-colored hose. What? You only wear black hose because they hide things you don’t want people to see? Well, guess what: unless your whole outfit’s black, you’re CALLING ATTENTION to your legs. If that’s not what you want, it’s time to rethink your plan.


10 Fashion Mistakes That Can Spoil Your Look

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Tambuwal asks Federal Government to negotiate with Boko Haram

The Speaker of the House of Representative, Aminu Tambuwal has asked the President to negotiate with terror group, Boko Haram if that could secure the safe return of the kidnapped Chibok girls.  The speaker said this today July 15th while receiving the leadership of the #BringBackOurGirls campaigner in his office at the House of Assembly.
"If negotiations is what would bring back for example Chibok girls, for Goodness sake, lets negotiate and save the children. Negotiation is not are not just submitting, you are not. It is a strategy. So let's get these girls out and then if you want to confront them you go ahead and confront them and take them head on but whatever we need to do, we must do as a government to bring back these girls safely & alive" he said.
He urged the campaigners to continue with their demands for accountability.

Photo: Security operatives nab hoax Boko Haram

The Defence Headquarters has announced the arrest of a person who specializes in creating panic by sending out texts threatening attack by Boko Haram terrorists.

The suspect, Ugwu Lawrence (pictured) who had been tracked by security operatives after dispatching texts of impending bombings of some hotels in Abuja, confessed he employed the gimmick since the management of one of the organisation failed to offer him job.

Apete Bridge,ibadan Collapses Again! What A Government!

It quite annoying and disheartening how politicians play with the lives of innocent citizens. I just got to work this morning to notice the collapse of the pedestrian bridge constructed by Oyo state government to ease the movement of people from Apete town via The Polytechnic Ibadan. As a matter of fact, I condemned the newly constructed pedestrian bridge as a professional in the field of construction on this platform;being cheap and lacked the factors of safety.

Thank You Adamawa, Can Tambuwal Stand And Remain Standing?

By Adekoya Boladale 
Call it whatever you want; Impunity, oppression, machiavellinic, witch-hunting, unfair, bias. The event of Tuesday, July 15, 2014 in Adamawa state where the Governor (now former) Murtala Nyako was impeached is nothing other than the display of the principle of Checks and balances. The ‘honourable’ members of the state house of assembly beyond doubt are constitutionally empowered through section 188 Chapter 6 of the 1999 constitution, as amended, for such exercise and the clumsy statements by some ‘affected’ individuals are nothing short of crying over split milk.


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