Showing posts with label Bags. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bags. Show all posts

Friday, February 7, 2014

Bianca Ojukwu bags APGA national leader

The All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, yesterday February 6th adopted Bianca Ojukwu, wife of the party's late National Leader, Dim Odumegwu Ojukwu, as the party’s National Leader.  This was made known by the party's leader, Chief Maxi Okwu at a National Executive Committee, NEC, meeting in Abuja yesterday.

"The National Executive Committee, NEC, of our great party reconfirms and further resolves the earlier decision taken on  February 16, 2013 and on March 22, 2013, at the one year anniversary of the demise of our late leader and icon, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu. That he remains our symbol and leader the fact of his transit to glory notwithstanding. His wife and next of kin, Iyom Bianca Odumegwu-Ojukwu is hereby adopted as the living embodiment of his ideals. She shall in his stead be acknowledged as Leader. She is aware of the existing situation and she gave her consent, and we adopted her. We still respect Governor Peter Obi as one of our leaders, and he is also aware of this development.” Chief Okwu said

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Ex NAICOM Chief bags 15 years in prison for ₦10.4m fraud

Find the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission ICPC press release below...

Okechukwu Chukwulozie, a former Commissioner of the National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) yesterday began his journey to Kuje Prison in Abuja to serve  15 years  over N10.4 million fraud.
He was convicted  last Wednesday at an Abuja High Court on 5 counts charge for using private interest to furnish his official residence and demanding for a percentage in a contract he awarded. Continue after the break

Monday, January 13, 2014

Uganda bags 3rd on the list of Countries where Man doing it with Man is most searched.

Uganda is 3rd on the list of countries where man doing it with man  is most searched for, aside Kenya and Pakistan according to a new article by the UK Guardian. Check on it below...

The anti-homosexuality bill in Uganda is more than simply a bill about homosexuality, and it is more than a pernicious piece of local legislation that affects Uganda alone. Of course, the bill itself is bad enough. Originally conceived back in 2009, it was introduced with the aim of ridding Uganda of homosexuality and, to begin with, contained the death penalty. An international outcry forced the Ugandans to drop that section of the bill, but the form in which it passed through the legislature just before Christmas is dreadful enough, with homosexuality now leading to life imprisonment and a prison sentence for those who do not report gay people to the authorities within 24 hours.

Saturday, November 9, 2013

Miss Venezuela Bags Miss Universe 2013

Miss Venezuela just overcome 88 different beauty queens from participating countries to emerge Miss World 2013!  She takes over from Miss World 2012 Olivia Culpo from the United States.  Large congrats to her See the questions being asked to her and how she answered them, after the break.

Sunday, November 3, 2013

PHOTOS + VIDEO :Brazilian Bags Miss International Transgender contest

A Brazilian has won the 9th Miss International Queen transgender beauty pageant in Thailand, with US and Thai contestants placing second and third. Marcelo Ohio won first prize which included 300 000 baht ($9 677), a crown with real  gemstones and free surgery “for anything” at a famed plastic surgery clinic in Bangkok, organizers said.
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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

First Time in History: Student Breaks Unilorin Record, Bags First Class In Law

Abiodun Kazeem is the first graduate to bag the first class grade in the Faculty of Law, University of Ilorin,

If you call him a jinx breaker, you are not far from the truth. The reason is that many students had tried to graduate from the University of Ilorin with a first class degree in Law for many years, but they failed for one reason or the other. Finally, on Tuesday, however, Abiodun Kazeem achieved the feat, drawing accolades from many people.
Continue after the break.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Patience Jonathan bags doctorate degree in South Korea

Patient Jonathan was on Thursday awarded with a Honorary Doctorate degree by a South Korean Univeristy called "Hansei University" Patience JonathanMrs. Jonathan’s fourth doctorate since becoming Nigeria’s First Lady.

The awarding institution, Hansei University, said they honoured Mrs. Jonathan because she had worked“hard for many good causes.”

Continue after the break.

Friday, October 11, 2013

14-Year-Old Pupil Bags ₦1 Million For Rescuing Boy In Boat Accident!

A 14-year-old pupil, Divine Toruemi, has been rewarded with ₦1m for rescuing a son during a boat accident in Mgboudohia waterfront, Port Harcourt, Rivers State. Also, Mohammed Kenubu, who rescued a baby in a bomb blast in Kano, received ₦750,000; while David Adekunle, who cannily got the authorities to arrest some armed robbers, got ₦500, 000. The trio earned the Indomie Independence Day Heroes Awards for 2013 at an event organised by Dufil Prima Foods Plc in Lagos. They were among the 14 children earlier selected for performing bravery act by the organisers. Congrats dearies!

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Video: How Soldiers Maltreated a Civilian On Independence day

This could happen to any one, even you. I mean, I've witnessed a situation where 'mad' soldiers pounced on a man in the presence of his pregnant wife in Abuja over a flimsy excuse, and beat him to rags. Too bad!

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Obi bags Best Governor Award, empowers 5,000 youths

Anambra State governor, Mr Peter Obi, yesterday bagged the best performing governor on the eradication of polio in the southeast from Bill Gates and Melinda Foundation at a massively attended ceremony at the Women’s Development Centre in Awka.

Speaking while presenting the award to Gov Obi which went with a cash prize of N120 million, the minister of state for health, Dr Mohammed Pate said the award was not by chance as Gov Obi had distinguished himself in the health sector which he observed had resulted in the provision of ambulances to hospitals,
accreditation of schools of midwifery and the wonderful partnership with the Church and described the Anambra example as a total package, noting that the state had remained polio-free in the past five years.

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Gang Member caught with 100 Wraps of heroin hidden in his anus

A New Jersey gang-banger pulled over for a traffic stop on Thursday was caught with 100 tiny bags of heroin hidden in his anus, police said.
Rasoul Speight, 32, and a passenger, Gary Sylak, 25, were pulled over for on the Palisades Parkway in Alpine, in Bergen County, for unclear plates and obstructed view, Palisades Interstate Parkway police said. 
The cops caught a whiff of marijuana and searched the car, but found nothing.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Ezu River: Sen. Uba Donates Bags Of ‘Pure Water’ To Amansea Community

Senator Andy Uba, representing Anambra South Constituency, has donated 5000 bags of sachet water to Amansea community. The gesture is meant to ameliorate the water problem which arose in the community after dead bodies were dumped in Ezu River by unknown persons.
The bags of satchet water were yesterday handed over to the traditional ruler of Amansea, Igwe Kenneth Okonkwo, for distribution to the people by representatives of Senator Uba led by Mr. Bright Nebedum and Dr. Charles Nweke of the Andy Uba Foundation.


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