Showing posts with label against. Show all posts
Showing posts with label against. Show all posts

Friday, December 6, 2013

Group F: Nigeria Set To play against Argentina, Iran and Bosnia. (2014 FIFA World Cup)

The 2014 FIFA World Cup draw took place in Brazil & Nigeria is set to play against Argentina, Iran and Bosnia... Nigeria's opening match is going to be against Iran and even though Bosnia seems to rank higher than Nigeria (Ojoro) it is going to be a simple match for us, the Country is ranked higher than Nigeria in the world. They are ranked 21st, while Nigeria is ranked 36th, but we are positive we'll qualify along with Messi of Argentina.
What do you think ??

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Nigerians Pour to the street To Protest Against The Call For Sack Of Stella Oduah

Business activities were, Saturday, paralyzed at the Akanu-Ibiam International Airport, Enugu, although temporarily, as hundreds of Igbo youths, beneath the aegis of Igbo Progressive Union (IPU), embarked on a peaceful protest against the calls for the sack of Oduah on the controversial armoured cars.

The kinsmen of the embattled minister from Ogbaru local government part of Anambra State, led by High
Chief George Nwabueze, also exonerated her from any wrong doing in the purchase of the cars. Nwabueze said that the prospective of those calling for the top of Oduah was President Goodluck Jonathan whose second term ambition in 2015 they've vowed to avoid by all means.
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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Cultists Hold 'Safety Summit'To Battle Against Crimes

Some school-based cult groups in Edo State have come together in a alliance contrary to the spate of kidnappings, armed robberies and other violent crimes in the state.
The cult members, belonging to numerous fraternities in colleges across their state converged at the Mud Beach Resorts, Benin, on Saturday for a summit branded “Fun Peace Summit: Technique for Cultural Cohesion.”


Thursday, September 26, 2013

Governor Babangida Aliyu Incites Army General Against President Jonathan in Coup Baiting

The real motives of the action of the 7 rebel PDP governors in factionalizing the People's Democratic Party, PDP is coming to light as the  Niger state governor, Dr. Babangida Aliyu yesterday reported the president to  the commander of Nigeria Army Corps Artillery, Kontagora Major General  Hussaini Salihu for not keeping to an alleged 'secret' pact to do one term.

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Friday, September 13, 2013

US media hid 2009 UN report showing Israel using chemical weapons against Palestinians

Little US media attention is being paid to claims from a UN commission and Russia that Syrian rebels, not government soldiers under President Bashar al-Assad’s control, were responsible for chemical weapons attacks on August 21 that killed over 300 Syrians. It is not the first time when major US media outlets cover events in favor of the White House policy.
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Friday, September 6, 2013

U.S Guilty Of; War crimes, genocide, aggression and crimes against humanity.(QOD: Who will prosecute?)

As the world sits glued to their radios and TV screens and their other sources of information waiting for news of an attack on Syria other events are taking place that the nefarious planners in Mclean Virginia and Washington have successfully distracted the world’s attention from. At the cost of a couple of hundred Syrian lives, which in reality mean nothing for the Americans and their Al-Qaeda elements in Syria, the US has perhaps yet failed to launch another act of aggression and commit another crime against peace, but it has succeeded in accomplishing several other objectives.
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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Strike against Syria unlikely to provoke clash with Russia - John Kerry

Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday a US military strike on Syria over its chemical weapons use was unlikely to provoke a clash with Russia, a key Syrian ally that has blocked efforts to sanction Damascus at the UN Security Council.
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Monday, September 2, 2013

When leaders of a country losses its morals,principles and values. This is what happens: Kerry discuss with Syrian rebels' leader US attack against Assad regime

"One wonders if these lawmakers think we are all foolish"
On Monday, US State Secretary John Kerry phoned the head of the Syrian Free Army Salim Idris to explain to him some details of Washington's plans of an armed operation against the Bashar Assad regime. This is what Salim Idris later said in an interview with the CNN TV channel.
Mr. Idris said that he is supporting President Obama's decision to hand over to the Congress for viewing a draft resolution, which, if adopted, would sanction an attack against the Assad regime's forces.

"I'll not fight for Al Qaeda in Syria"- US military revolt against Obama’s decision to 'support Al-Qaeda in Syria'

The military revolt against the Obama administration’s plan to launch a potentially disastrous attack on Syria is gathering pace, with both top brass and regular service members expressing their vehement opposition to the United States becoming entangled in the conflict. The backlash began to spread on social media yesterday with numerous members of the military posting photos of themselves holding up signs stating that they would refuse to fight on the same side as Al-Qaeda in Syria. Others have posted their photos on Twitter alongside the hashtag #IdidntJoin.

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Sunday, September 1, 2013

British secret agency, M16, police behind £3,000 visa bond against Nigeria – REPORT -

A report from a United Kingdom based journal, University World News, has said the £3,000 visa pilot scheme against Nigeria was proposed by the British intelligence service, MI6 and British police headquarters at Scotland Yard.

The new UK visa scheme will impose £3,000 (US$4,740) in charges on unspecified visa applicants thought to be ‘high risk visitors’ from Nigeria, Ghana, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan.
The Nigerian government has threatened retaliatory measures if London goes ahead with the ‘refundable’ but unpopular visa bond.

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

US probably to launch strike against Syria on Friday night - Western Media ( War Designers)

Any US strike against Syria is "likely to last hours not days" and probably would not come before the British Parliament votes on military action Thursday, a senior US defense official said.
Sources tell Fox that a strike would be led by the U.S. Navy and its assets positioned in the Eastern Mediterranean and that it would be limited in scope.

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Sunday, August 25, 2013

FULL UPDATE: Russia warns against military intervention in Syria

Russia on Sunday welcomed Damascus' offer to allow a mission by UN inspectors probing alleged chemical weapons use and warned the West that an Iraq scenario in Syria would be a "tragic mistake", saying that any unilateral military action in Syria would undermine efforts for peace and have a "devastating impact" on the security situation in the Middle East. Russia has urged action to get all Syria opposition groups to agree to talks, said threats of force against Assad counterproductive.

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Monday, August 12, 2013

"Osprey, go home." - Okinawa citizens protest against another US Osprey aircraft deployment

The US military resumed the additional controversial deployment of Osprey military aircraft to the southern Japanese island of Okinawa on Monday, amid protests over the move. The protests resulted in clashes between locals and police, Chinese press reported.

About 200 local citizens gathered in front of a gate to US Marine Corps Air Station Futenma in Okinawa before the arrival of the eight Osprey to protest the continued deployment. Some shouted, "Osprey, go home."
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Thursday, July 18, 2013

Policeman drives against traffic, knocks down woman, baby

A police corporal, identified simply as Friday, has been accused of knocking down a teacher, Mrs. Taskirat Anjolaiya, and her baby, Ammarah. It was learnt that as a result of the incident, the mother and daughter sustained pelvic fracture, brain injury and a broken jaw among others.

According to eyewitness, the policeman, who is attached to FESTAC Police Division, was driving against traffic on Apapa-Oshodi Expressway when he knocked down the victims. PUNCH Metro learnt that the graduate of Mathematics Education was alighting from a commercial bus with her child and had not noticed the police patrol van coming from the wrong direction.

The victim’s husband, Sulaiman, said the policeman claimed he was running an errand for the Divisional Police Officer, Ibrahim Zango.

Europe Declares Boycott Against Israel

Europe has declared a boycott against Israel. The new European Commission's directive bans the funding of activities and cooperation with the Israeli settlements on the occupied territories. Israel has accused the EU of anti-Semitism and racism.

On Friday, July 19 the new European Commission's directive is to come into effect, which declares the Israeli settlements in the Palestinian territories illegal and prohibits EU members from having any cooperation with such settlements. As was to be expected, a harsh reaction from Israel followed: the Europeans have been accused of anti-Semitism and compared the steps taken by Brussels with the Nazi policy of the Third Reich.

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Dotcom Warns New Zealand Against Illegal Spying

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom flew into Wellington on Wednesday (July 3) in his private helicopter to attend New Zealand parliament’s intelligence and security committee hearing chaired by Prime Minister John Key.
It placed Dotcom face-to-face with the leader for the first time since his arrest during a dramatic raid on Dotcom’s home outside Auckland in January 2012.
As ongoing revelations of U.S. spying shed more light on a secretive, Washington-led intelligence-sharing alliance, the victim of illegal spying by member nation New Zealand warned against following the United States into “the dark ages of spying”.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Family files criminal charges against Mandela grandson over graves

South African police confirmed on Tuesday that criminal charges had been filed against Mandla Mandela, Nelson Mandela's grandson, over allegations of "tampering with a grave."

The case is part of a wider question of where Nelson Mandela will be buried when he dies.
The criminal charges add to an ongoing civil suit being waged between Mandla, a member of parliament, and 16 family members.
The network of relatives accuse him of moving the remains of three of Nelson Mandela's children from a cemetery in Qunu village to the town of Mvezo, in the rural Eastern Cape province.
Nelson Mandela was born in Mvezo and Mandla is the head of the tradtional council there.
"Members of the family have opened the case," said Eastern Cape police spokesman Mzukisi Fatyela.
"The docket will be sent to the senior public prosecutor for further investigation."
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Lagos Court Awards N5.5 Million Against Oladipo Diya for Unlawful Assault, Battery

A Lagos State High Court yesterday awarded N5.5 million in damages against General Oladipo Diya in a suit filed by one Oluwatosin Onamade alleging assault and battery by Mr. Diya, who was once the second-in-command during the military dictatorship of the late General Sani Abacha.
In a ruling that took more than two hours to deliver, Justice Opeyemi Oke ruled that Mr. Diya was guilty of assault and unlawful seizure of the claimant’s property. The assault took place in 2008 while the claimant, Mr. Onamade, who was at the time the funeral director at LOTAD Mortuary Services owned by Mr. Diya, was in a contract renegotiation process with the former military honcho. Mr. Onamade told the court that Mr. Diya and other defendants brutalized him. Apart from Mr. Diya, other defendants in the lawsuit included Dele Obakoya, Emmanuel Ilori and Dele Oyesanya, all accomplices in the assault.
In 2010, Mr. Onomade had also accused Mr. Diya of trading in human parts through his LOTAD Mortuary firm.

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Bloomberg plays hoax against Obama

A bizarre Bloomberg story, citing what was represented to be one of the biggest intelligence leaks in US history, hit during the G8 conference and the critical meetings between US President Obama and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin.

The purpose of the story by Bloomberg News, now exposed as a hoax, was to hamstring and humiliate President Obama in his meetings with Putin and show American weakness and indecision on Syria, not just that but demonstrate American recklessness and disregard for international law.

US intelligence officials tell us they see a strong pattern of “planted” news stories, and phony “leaks,” all meant to sell a “war of deception” they say is part of an hostile operation against the US by a foreign intelligence agency. 

Lavrov responds 

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U.S. NSA & British GCHQ: George Galloway warns viewers against UK-US spy operations

British MP and founder of the Respect party George Galloway has warned public viewers against the illegal UK-US spy operations.

On Press TV’s weekly political program Comment, Galloway informed viewers that many of them are unaware of their emails, phones and text messages being bugged, adding that even those who don’t express any political views could be snooped by the government agencies. 

“The National Security Agency (NSA) in the US and the British security service based at the GCHQ in Cheltenham have a record of everything, and I mean everything that you have ever looked at, ever searched for, ever read on the internet”, Galloway said. 

He then compared the UK and United states’ illegal spy operations to having a state television camera in every room of people’s homes, cars and offices. 



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