Friday, October 3, 2014

PDP Chieftain gets Life Imprisonment for Raping Pregnant APC Woman

Obafemi Kolawole, a political associate to Chief Ganiyu Oladiran, a Peoples Democratic Party chieftain in Ilesa, was on 23 September 2014 convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment with whipping for rape.

Must Read! Abubakar Shekau: Nine Lives Or Nine Liars

Article below written by Dr. Peregrino Brimah of Read below...
So long as the Francophone media is bent on dragging Nigeria to its begging knees, Shekau will never die. The controversy on the death of Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau is one that is entirely manufactured by Globalist media. It is nothing less than media terrorism by the desperate colonialists. But these globalist media cannot be solely blamed.

Minister of Health wants Environmental Sanitation Day to be cancelled

Minister of Health, Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu has called for the cancellation of the Environmental Sanitation Day in Nigeria. He made the decision while speaking at the News Agency of Nigeria's report on the containment of the Ebola virus disease in Nigeria. Do you agree with him or not ?

Liberia set to prosecute national who took Ebola to US

Liberian authorities say they will prosecute Eric Duncan, the Liberian man diagnosed with Ebola in the US once he finishes his treatment in America and returns home.
"We wish him a speedy recovery; we await his arrival in Liberia to face prosecution" Binyah Kesselly, chairman of the board of directors of the Liberia Airport Authority said. Duncan is accused of lying to health officials when he filled a questionnaire before leaving the country last month saying that none of his relatives were sick. But investigations by the health ministry showed he had an Ebola infected relative whom he had taken to a hospital on a wheelbarrow but was turned back from the hospital after being told they lacked bed space for his ill relative. Duncan, said to be in a serious condition in a Dallas hospital, is the 1st case of Ebola to be diagnosed on US soil.

What has Jonathan done for the Yoruba, Nigeria ?

Mr Jonathan became the Acting President of Nigeria on 9 February 2010 - 6 May 2010.
He assumed the office of the President of Nigeria on 6 May 2010.
Prior to Jonathan ascension into the presidency of Nigeria on 9 February 2010, Mr Obasanjo, a half Ibo and half Yoruba President of Nigeria had earlier rigged the entire General Elections in Yorubaland except in Lagos, Kwara, Kogi, Edo and Delta states, on two consecutive periods - 2003 and 2007.

2 die , 14 rescued in Lagos boat mishap

Two persons including a man identified as Mr Idowu Lawal and a female identified as Fatima have been confirmed dead while 14 others were rescued after a boat capsized in the Igando area of Lagos state around 8pm on Wednesday October 1st.
According to Vanguard, the boat took off from Akesan and was heading to Imoshe in Ogun state, when it capsized almost immediately. Witnesses said the boat couldn't withstand the tides of the river. 

Photo: An American in Liberia tests positive for Ebola

An American cameraman, Ashoka Mukpo (pictured above) working for US TV station, NBC News in Liberia, has tested positive for Ebola, making him the 5th American to have contracted the disease and the first journalist known to have contracted the virus in West Africa. The 33-year-old cameraman and writer started showing symptoms of the disease on Wednesday Oct. 1st and immediately quarantined himself after suspecting he might have contracted the disease. He then went to the Doctors Without Borders test center in Monrovia, Liberia where it was confirmed he had the disease. He is expected to be evacuated from Liberia to the United States immediately for treatment. Four other NBC News team members who have shown no signs of the infection will also return to the US to undergo precautionary quarantine.

All members of Ondo state House of Assembly decamp to PDP

Barely 24 hours after Ondo state governor, Olusegun Mimiko formally decamped from Labour Party to the PDP, you can find reports today that members of the State House of Assembly have decamped from the Labour party to the PDP. More Details later.

AIT reporter detained on the orders of AIG Mbu regains freedom !

AIT senior correspondent, Amaechi Anakwue (pictured above) who was simply detained yesterday on the orders of AIG Joseph Mbu for referring to him as'controversial'on a TV programme, has been released on bail. AIT issued a statement about it this morning. see it bellow
Detained AIT senior correspondent Amaechi Anakwue has been released on bail by AIG Zone 7, Joseph Mbu. He was however asked to return to the station on Friday. It would be recalled that the reporter was arrested by Joseph Mbu yesterday for describing him as 'controversial' on a television programme. In a swift reaction to his arrest, the management of Daar communication Plc, owners of AIT, had yesterday unequivocally demanded the unconditional and immediate release of its reporter from police custody.


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