Showing posts with label Why. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Why. Show all posts

Friday, July 18, 2014

Why The WEST Detests PUTIN

President Putin banned homosexual marriage, gatherings, and organizations in his country of Russia against Western pressure.  President Putin banned the use and sell of GMOs(Genetically Modified Organisms), which are lab made seeds that are scientifically proven to be deadly and detrimental to the health of human-beings and even animals, from his country of Russia. The West opposes this.

Friday, November 1, 2013

National Conference: Why Jonathan Never be trusted.

Many have written about the pros and cons of the national dialogue. The difference between the writers, however, does not lie in whether they think the national dialogue should go ahead or it should not, the difference has been in the intention of each writer.
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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Confession of Boko Haram member: Why we can't submit/Surrender.

“Sometimes, I feel guilty of committing crimes against God. But our commanders always tell us that it is God’s work that we are doing. It is a terrible thing to be a member of the sect, but many foot soldiers of Boko Haram like me, cannot leave for fear of being killed.”

That was part of the confessions of a 22-years old fighter of the dreaded Boko Haram sect who was arrested on 6 October by security operatives and has since been helping them in their investigations.
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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Activist Comrade Onwubiko On A 2-Days Hunger Strike-. See why!!!

A frontline Nigerian rights activist, Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko, is placed  on a hunger strike, next week Tuesday & Wednesday, as his contribution towards ending industrial action by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), which includes crippled the country's public universities since July 1.

Writing on his Facebook wall, Onwubiko, National Coordinator of the Abuja-based Human Rights Writers'Association of Nigeria (HURIWA), said:
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Monday, October 7, 2013

62 Reasons Why "ASUU is on strike" - Must Read

For those who do not understand "Why ASUU is on strike" - Please read this and share widely.....

1. Less than 10% of the universities have Video Conferencing facility.

2. Less than 20% of the universities use Interactive Boards
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Saturday, October 5, 2013

Revealed: Why The Plane Carrying Agagu's Corpse Crashed

Facts have emerged on the reasons the chartered Embraer 120 aircraft carrying the corpse of ex-Ondo State governor, Chief Olusegun Agagu, crashed on Thursday minutes after it took off from the Murtala Mohammed Airport in Lagos, enroute Akure. Continue after the break.

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Female Teacher Reveals Why She Had $-éx With 12-year-old Boy

A teacher has been accused of having s-éx with 12-year-old boy.
She claims she sent him pornographíc texts messages as "s-éxual therapy" to motivate him to be a better student.
"That was my purpose, to gain his attention. And yes, I did it in an inappropriate way," Ethel Anderson, who was 29 at the time the abuse began, said in court.
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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Why GEJ cannot fight corruption

“When the head is rotten, it affects the whole body”
— A popular African proverb
At the inception of President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration in 2011, Nigeria’s first minority president, the man whom much hope had been invested to clean the Aegean Stable shocked the entire nation. It was in the answer he gave to what had seemed to be an innocuous question that had left Nigerian bewildered. Jonathan had been asked why he had not deemed it fit to set a personal example in transparency by declaring his assets. The interviewer sought to know why he had not fulfilled the constitutional obligation. He wanted the President to tell Nigerians when he would submit his assets to public scrutiny as an example to other public officials.

Monday, August 12, 2013

Check Out 5 reasons why órgas-ms are good for you [+++__18 ONLY]

An órga-sm a day keeps the doctor away - sound too good to be true? Well, according to sĕ-x toy brand LELO, órga-sms are healthy as well as a whole lotta fun:

Check Out 5 reasons why órgas-ms are good for you [+++__18 ONLY]

Reduced cravings

'For years, pop culture has projected lighting up a cigarette to be a ubiquitous post-coital ritual, but some studies show that órga-sms can act as a regulator when it comes to appetite and cravings. Throughout intercourse, the body produces phenethylamine, a natural amphetamine that may help to reduce cravings for junk food, cigarettes and overeating.'


Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Why We Deported 67 Citizens from Lagos State - Fashola's Aide

In reaction to the alleged criticisms of Lagos State deportation of no fewer than 67 Nigerian citizens from the state to Onitsha, Anambra State, the Lagos State Government has responded to saying the exercise was continuous as it started the practice of expelling beggars and destitutes rescued from the streets back to their states of origin in a bid to rid the streets of beggars and the mentally-challenged.

The Special Adviser to Governor Fashola on Youths and Social Development, Dr. Enitan Dolapo Badru, revealed to newsmen that so far, at least 1,708 beggars and destitutes had been expelled from Lagos just as he noted that normal international standard requires the state to reunite them with their families.


Monday, July 15, 2013

Why We Must Rally Round Amaechi – Tinubu

Leader of the Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN , Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu has urged support for Governor Chibuke Amaechi of Rivers State from the hierarchy of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, who he claimed, have added public brawling to their achievements.

In a statement issued by his media office last night, Tinubu described the ensuing crisis in Rivers State as an orchestrated plan that is in line with the PDP’s definition of democracy where minority opinion prevails over majority. He thus warned that Nigerians must rally round the embattled governor and chairman of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum, NGF, to ensure that democracy is not re-defined.

He cited the recent election for the chairman of the NGF and the quest of five members of the Rivers State legislature to dominate the others as illustrations of how far the PDP would go to achieve its aims even against reason.


Thursday, June 13, 2013

Why we prefer live human beings – Suspected Human parts dealer

Though its a bit lengthy but its worth reading for us all to be wise and vigilant...

 Operatives of the Special Anti Robbery Squad, SARS, Ikeja have arrested three fleeing members of a syndicate who allegedly specialized in selling live  humans and decomposing human parts for money rituals.

Their arrest came barely three weeks after some of their  members were paraded at the Lagos State Police Command, where they confessed to have sold live human beings for N40,000, hands—N4,000 and head—N8,000.

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Why we annuled June 12 Presidential election — General Ibrahim Babangida

By Jide Ajani

There are many ‘ifs’ 20 years after the annulment of the June 12, 1993presidential election – that is still considered Nigeria’s freest and fairest.  If then military president, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, had known that the decision to annul the election would lead to the plethora of crises that Nigeria is yet to come over, he may not have acted in that manner.  Indeed if he had known that the  electoral process today would be much worse and replete with serial instances of the reasons he gave for the annulment, he may not have done so.  

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Why The Nigerian Diaspora Won’t Return Home

VENTURES AFRICA – Recently New York Times published an article about the increase of U.S. immigrants going back to their native countries to start up their own businesses. It is safe to say over the past decade the countries grouped in the BRICS have been fortunate to receive a brain-gain, as many of their best and brightest have seen their own countries as land of opportunities.
On one of my social media networks I spotted a comment that said “By the time Africans get featured in an article like this the gold rush will be over.” Of course you can easily interpret this statement in several ways but it spoke volumes about how Africans tend to always be last in everything.

Monday, February 25, 2013

Why Nigeria’s economy may collapse soon, by ACN

THE Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) has raised an alarm that the nation’s economy may collapse unless the Federal Government cuts the “astronomical cost of running a bloated government and takes urgent measures to diversify the economy and shore up the production of oil which remains the mainstay of the economy.”
The party, in a statement issued in Lagos Sunday by its National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, warned that if the listed measures are not taken, the government may not be able to pay its bills, including workers’ salaries, in the next few years.
‘’Contrary to what the Federal Government may say, this warning is not about crying wolf but is actually borne out of a patriotic fervour devoid of politicking, which is the usual refrain of this government when alerted to its shortcomings. We will like to be proven wrong, but this will depend on uncommon and monumental effort, rather than on the basis of the usual canned response from the government,’’ the party said.

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Instead Of Telling The EFCC To Do Their Job, Why Not Do Yours? Alao-Akala’s Aide To Ajimobi

Mr Abraham Ojo, media aide to former governor of Oyo State, Chief Adebayo Alao-Akala, has called the bluff of the Oyo state government, following the decision of the Governor Abiola Ajimobi-led government to remind the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to expedite the prosecution of erstwhile governors in the state.

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Checkout 5 reasons why women cheat

It Takes Two to Tango
Most studies suggest that somewhere from 10 to 20 percent of men and women in marriages and other committed monogamous relationships will cheat on their partner at some point.
While cultural stereotypes inform us that it’s mostly men who cheat on their wives or girlfriends and not the other way around, clinical research concretely details that nearly as many women cheat as men.
Why does this stereotype, of men being “The Cheaters,” prevail?
Why Are Men More Readily Perceived as “Cheaters” Than Women?

Monday, February 4, 2013

Why Is Britain Sending Luqman Onikosi Back To Die In Nigeria?

Theresa May’s decision to deport a seriously ill Nigerian man after university puts Britain’s ethics to the test. In early 2008, a very energetic young man bounded into my office in the sociology department of Sussex University. Words tumbling from his mouth faster than he could say them, he hovered above the seat on which students generally sat, a glint of excitement in his eyes.

Friday, February 1, 2013

Seven Reasons Why She Won’t Sleep With You

According to some very questionable statistics, it takes a woman only 30 seconds from meeting a guy to know if she’s ever going to sleep with him
I say ‘questionable’ because let’s face it, women are known for changing their minds faster than you can say ‘quick’. I do think the statement has some merits though, because women are approached by a lot of guys, and over the years, it begins to take them lesser time to come to the conclusion of whether or not he’s worth their time, plus we got that other thing called ‘female intuition’.


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