Showing posts with label Right. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Right. Show all posts

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Ikeja LG Educates Pupils on choosing the right Career Path

The Ikeja Local Government Area Council has taken steps to guide youths on the right career path by offering career development services, in form of counseling, to primary schools pupils in the region in line with the vision of the State government to provide a strong foundation for academic success and a prosperous future for the youths.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

"Having $-ex With Underage Girls or marrying them is our Right" - Asari Dokubo

The Niger Delta self declared militant, Mujahid Abubakr Asari Dokubo has given his opinion concerning the Underage Marriage Bill recently approved.
He took to Facebook page to expressing his opinion on the issues.
"People should learn to respect other people's sensibilities. We Muslims have the right to marry when we want or give out our daughters at any age we want. It is not your business and the law must respect our right to do so.

Anything short of that is an infringement on our rights.We did not ask you to marry ladies of that age or give your daughters out in marriage at that age. Plzzzzzzzz respect our sensibilities."

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Just In:Popular TV Presenter, Gbenga Aruleba of AIT Sacked for Interview Right Activist on Al-Mustapha’s Release

Owner of AIT, has sacked Popular Presenter, Gbenga Aruleba for interviewing Rights Activist on Al-Mustapha’s Release.

The ‘authoritarian’ Chairman of AIT,Dr Raymond Aleogho Dokpesi sacked two senior editorial staff, Gbenga Aruleba and Imoni Amarere over the interview of Mr.Richard Akinnola,frontline social critic and human rights activist with Aruleba on AIT two days ago on the acquittal of Major Hamza Al Mustapha where Mr.Akinnola strongly condemned the ‘miscarriage of justice’ of the judgment as a political judgment to pacify the North ahead of 2015 general elections.

From a reliable source,Chief Dokpesi threw caution to the wind as he stormed the studio even when the bulletin was still on and stopped the bulletin after which he lambasted Aruleba over this controversial interview which he said was in bad taste.


Monday, July 1, 2013

President to the U.S. Ambassador: Don't come lecturing us about life, law, dignity, or liberty. You don't have the moral right to do so."

 "Don't come lecturing us about liberty...Here we haven't invaded anyone. Here we don't torture like in Guantanamo. Here we don't have drones killing alleged terrorist without any due trial, killing also the women and children of those supposed terrorists. So don't come lecturing us about life, law, dignity, or liberty. You don't have the moral right to do so.

Friday, June 21, 2013

Man arrested after argument over constitutional right to have s-ёx with goat

A man was arrested after fighting with another man.

The fight started after the two had a discussion about the right to have s-ex with an animal.

Shaun Keith Orris, 41, of Waukesha, Wisconsin, is accused of harassing bar patrons about their feelings on the constitutionality of the human right to bestiality.

Orris threatened a bar owner with a knife after the bar owner asked him to leave the bar for bothering customers about the constitutional right to have s-ex with a goat. Orris called police about 2:45 am to report that he had been “battered and bloodied” for asking a question in a bar.

Saturday, June 15, 2013

Protesters took to Hong Kong streets: " Shame On The U.S Government, Respect Human Right, Support Snowden" - Protesters (photo)

Protesters took to the streets in Hong Kong Saturday to show their support for NSA leaker Edward Snowden and demand a "thorough explanation" of the secret surveillance program he exposed. Roughly 200 people braved the rain to march to the U.S. consulate, chanting "Free Snowden" and "Arrest Obama." Others carried large posters with pictures under the headline "Big brother is watching you."

Outside the U.S. consulate, demonstrators blew their whistles saying they "were all whistle-blowers today," then handed over a letter to Consul General Steve Young, demanding an end to all surveillance of "innocent internet users" under the NSA program.
"The idea of mass surveillance not only violates the right to privacy and human dignity, but threatens the very fundamental Human Rights of freedom of thought, opinion, expression and association," the letter said.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Ojukwu was right on confederacy in 1966 – Prof Oluyemi Fagbohun

As  Aregbesola, Sagay, others  proffer solution on how to make LGs functional
LAGOS—ONE thought dominated the comments of discussants on how to make local councils in Nigeria effective at a forum in Lagos Tuesday:   There is so much rot in the councils and decisive actions are needed to make them deliver democracy dividends.
However, the discussants were divided on how to ensure effective governance at the grassroots. While some asked the National Assembly to remove the Local Councils as a tier of government and tie them to the states in line with the dictates of classical federalism, others said the councils should be allowed to operate as currently enshrined in the 1999 constitution.

Monday, April 15, 2013

Right engine of British Airways plane stops working before take-off at Abuja Airport

We got a call this yesterday from one  Ọmọ Oódua reader inside a British Airways flight at the Abuja International Airport. They told us that the BA 8:30 flight to London was preparing to take off when the right engine of the plane just stopped working. They heard a noise and then smoke. The plane had to be towed back to the tarmac.

As at the last time we spoke with one of them, engineers were trying to fix the engine. We even heard the pilot making an announcement. They are not sure if the flight will continue or if it will be cancelled, but they are all still inside the plane at the moment. BA has been given 40 minutes to fix the engine or the flight will be cancelled...for safety reasons. Will keep you .

Update: All passengers have been asked to leave the plane
Update 2: The flight has been cancelled

Friday, February 1, 2013

Part 1: Iran's drones would serve Washington right - Rozoff

NATO continues to surround the Russian Federation with their missiles, which according to Mr. Rozoff, may soon number in the thousands and NATO also continues to aggressively seek to "integrate" country after country into their "alliance". 

Rick tells us why the Western media has gone quiet on Syria and comments on the fact that Iran is now producing its own drones, which were reversed engineered from captured American drones. As always Rick has his finger on the pulse.
Robles: Can you give our listeners an update on the latest happenings with NATO please?

Thursday, December 13, 2012

“If Fashola Still Smokes Despite Warnings, Then Okada Riders Have A Right To Operate” – NLC

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) headquarters in Lagos on Monday, came short of a war front, as Motorcycle (Okada) riders encountered armed policemen, causing gridlock on the Yaba-Ojuelegba road
Apparently acting on orders, the policemen surrounded the NLC building, take-off point of the protest. This however did little to deter the organisers, Joint Action Front (JAF), as they remained adamant, saying they needed no permit to hold a peaceful rally.


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