Showing posts with label Last. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Last. Show all posts

Friday, May 23, 2014

Jonathan may be Nigeria's last president - Ex-Gov. Orji Uzor Kalu

Former Governor of Abia state, Dr Orji Uzor Kalu, while speaking with airport correspondents yesterday as he returned from a trip to the UK, said if things are not properly checked politically, President Jonathan might be the last president Nigeria will have.

"When I was travelling precisely on the 26 of April, I left this airport and I spoke to the airport correspondents and I said there was a need to collaborate with international organisations. You see, this issue is not about President Goodluck Jonathan. If we don’t take time and work together as Nigerians, Jonathan might be the last Nigerian President. Jonathan might be the Gorbachev of Nigeria. And that is the truth, so we better wake up. Political class, business class, military, civilians must now stand up to work for our internal security. Internal security is more important than anything we have done and I believe that once we are able to come together Nigeria will be alright. As of now the country is in pains; the country is in problem and some people are taking it very lightly. 
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Sunday, November 10, 2013

Nigeria spent ₦1.05 trillion on imported cars last year — Automotive

Nigeria spent about N1.05 trillion last year on importation of vehicles and spare parts, while its local car assembly plants suffered monumental loss in patronage, according to the Director General of the National Automotive Council (NAC), Alhaji Aminu Jalal.

Meanwhile, the Peugeot Automobile of Nigeria (PAN), which produced 90,000 cars in 1985, and had about 4,000 permanent employees, now produces about 3,000 vehicles annually with 250 staff, its Managing Director, Alh. Ibrahim Boyi, said.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

APC calls plot to force Amaechi to resign ”last desperate act”

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has condemned the reported plot to abduct, blackmail and force Gov. Chibuike Amaechi of Rivers to resign from office, calling it the last desperate act of those who are bent on getting rid of the Governor at all costs.

In a statement issued in Lagos on Sunday by its Interim National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the party said that the plot, which was exposed by the Rivers Peoples Forum, should be taken very seriously, against the background of a similar occurrence in the past and the outcry by Gov. Amaechi that his life is in danger.

Sunday, August 25, 2013

The last days of Shekau, Boko Haram Leader

The leader of Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, may have died a traumatic death.That was the picture security forces painted at the weekend. From the vast forests of Sambisa, Borno State, where he was reportedly shot and sustained injuries in June during a raid on his hideout by military forces, he was said to have been taken to Mali for treatment by the Boko Haram top hierarchy.
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Saturday, August 10, 2013

Check Out Last Words Of a Father Shot By Policeman On Killing Spree

Tragedy struck in Amuwo-Odofin Local Government Area of Lagos State the penultimate Thursday as yet another trigger-happy "servant of the law" shot and killed the local barber, father of a tiny daughter. The barber, identified as Bright, was a single father of a two-and-a-half-year-old girl, owned a hair saloon that also served as a home to the both of them. 

The man never lived to implement his life goal -- to see his daughter accepted to the best school possible. That day, it has been gathered, Bright, having bathed his daughter Ebun and prepared her food, opened his saloon, and customers began flowing in. 

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Thursday, May 9, 2013

Check out 3 ways to l-ást longer in b-éd

Researchers reviewed 14 studies that monitored the effects phosphodiésterase type 5 inhibitorsa-é' drugs for er-ectile dysfunction like Vi-ágra and L-évitra'had on men who experience pr-émature é-jaculation (PE). Eleven of the studies showed medication helped extend the length of the time they could go before reaching orgasm.

So does this mean that science has found the magic pill for helping you go all night? Not exactly.

Friday, May 3, 2013

Two brothers and a pregnant woman shot dead in Surulere last night

About a week after a DJ was gunned down on Bank Olemoh street in Surulere, yet another gang related killing has occurred in the Shitta/Akerele area of Surulere. Two brothers (pictured above) were shot dead around 8pm last night as they hung out with friends at a bar not to far from Shitta Primary School near Ogunmola street. A pregnant woman was unfortunately hit by a stray bullet during the attack. She was pronounced dead at the hospital she was rushed to. The dead brothers, (The one in white is Mufu) were not older than 25. Policemen were called to the area last night but no arrest has so far been made. Will bring an update on this story later.

Friday, March 1, 2013

Last Picture Of Late Damino Damoche Before He Was Shot Dead

This was the last photo Damoche took at LASU student center few minutes before he was shot dead by unknown cultist.
Damoche was shot twice, in the head and on the left hand, with what appeared to be a high caliber weapon. He lay dead for several hours before policemen took his body away in a pick-up van.
May God comfort his family and friends… R.I.P

Monday, December 17, 2012

Yakowa’s Last Assignment As Governor (VIDEO)

he last official assignment of the former governor of Kaduna State, Patrick Yakowa was at the burial ceremony of a presidential adviser, Oronto Douglas in Bayelsa.
“I am happy that I came,” the Late Yakowa had told Mr Douglas after paying tributes to and sympathising with the family of Pa Tamunobibara Douglas. After greeting their host, both Yakowa and former National Security Adviser, General Andrew Azazi took a walk away from the crowd to where the ill-fated Helicopter was stationed, ready to travel back to Port Harcourt. Little did both men know that in few hours Nigerians will be sympathising and condoling with their families as well.

General Azazi’s Last Moment

IT was just a few minutes to 13.00 hours and the service of songs was in session when our chartered Caverton helicopter landed in ancient breezy coastal community of Okoroba, hometown of Mr. Oronto Douglas, a senior aide to President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. I had flown with my Uncle, Engr. Mayne David-West, Principal Consultant of Pearl Consultants, and George Kerley, Coordinator of The Jonathan Project and an unrepentant crusader of the president. We proceeded directly to the venue of the Service of Songs. It was a ten minutes walk from the school field where the helicopter had landed, and it offered an opportunity to see the sprawling ancient community and the new developments taking place. The people were very happy.


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