Showing posts with label demands. Show all posts
Showing posts with label demands. Show all posts

Saturday, June 7, 2014

New head of European conservatives dismisses UK Cameron's demands

The new head of the biggest group of conservatives in the European Parliament dismissed on Saturday demands by British Prime Minister David Cameron to put the brakes on European integration.

Manfred Weber, the new chairman of the European People's Party (EPP), also told a German paper that the group still backed its candidate Jean-Claude Juncker to be the next Commission president despite opposition from Britain.

Monday, October 21, 2013

Photo Post 1: Gaddafi's widow demands thorough investigation of his murder (Graphic Photos)

The  Omo Oodua has received a letter from Muammar Gaddafi's widow Safia Farkash via a source, which is in fact a proclamation addressed to the entire world. Safia Farkash is spreading this letter through her sister Fatima. (PHOTO 18+)

“In the memory of NATO's aggression against my country, which turned Libya into chaos, and in the memory of my husband, whom I consider to be a martyr, my dear son and the people who were with them on October 20, 2011, when NATO air forces shelled the cortege of Libya's leader, and then, their wounded bodies were butchered by a crowd of people whom I can call no other way than criminals.
Continue to see Gaddafi Graphic Pics and link to next Photo Post after the break.

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Photo Post 5: Gaddafi's widow demands thorough investigation of his murder

 Saif al-Islam has always been concerned about the situation with human rights in Libya. He has taken many former radical Islamists from American and European prisons and persuaded them to become law-abiding citizens. Many of them have promised him that they would never come back to terrorist activities. But now, some of the people whom Saif has saved from prison are demanding that he should be executed.

Friday, October 18, 2013

Photo Post 4: Gaddafi's widow demands thorough investigation of his murder (Graphic Photos)

I also demand that the African Union, of which Muammar Gaddafi was a founder, should investigate into the murder of him and all the people who were with him on that day. I demand that the world community should help me to come in touch with my son Saif al-Islam, who has been isolated from all members of our family from the moment of his arrest. Saif's only “crime” is that he has warned that this revolution can only lead Libya to a chaos – which is something that we are witnessing now.

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Photo Post 3: Gaddafi's widow demands thorough investigation of his murder (Graphic Photos)

I demand that all the members of the UN Security Council, the European Union and everyone who has direct or indirect connection with this murder must tell where the remains of these martyrs are and allow their relatives to bury them in a proper way.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Photo Post 2: Gaddafi's widow demands thorough investigation of his murder (Graphic Photos)

Photo: EPA
What this crowd did to my husband and my son cannot be justified from the point of view of any religion. But I also consider it to be a no lesser crime that the remains of these martyrs are still being hid from their relatives, which is something unprecedented in the entire history.

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Video: Girl Violently Demands $-ex At Public Toilet

lol., its obvious the lady is in a great urgé for it and the guy is kind of dulling her..,

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Gov Suntai's letter to Taraba Assembly; Femi Falana demands police investigation

Senior lawyer and political activist, Femi Falana (SAN), yesterday sent a petition to the Inspector General of Police demanding a detailed investigation of the letter purportedly sent to the Taraba State House of Assembly by Governor Danbaba Suntai yesterday indicating he is ready to resume office.

Governor Suntai returned to Nigeria on Sunday after 10 months away receiving treatment and rehabilitation for serious brain injuries he received when an aircraft he was piloting crashed in October 2012.  Reports say he appeared bewildered and uncoordinated as he arrived, needing help and not speaking.
Continue After The Break.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Police bullet kills 60-year-old deejay, wife demands justice

Wife of a 60-year-old deejay, Adamson Bello, who was killed last Sunday by a stray bullet fired by a policeman attached to the Okokomaiko Police Division, Lagos State, has called for justice.
Modinatu, 50,  said the police did not only shoot her husband, they also frustrated efforts to get him medical treatment because the family could not obtain a police report demanded by the hospital.
Modinatu, who was married to the late deejay for 30 years before the relationship was terminated by the police bullet, explained to PUNCH Metro that Adamson was hit in the chest a few metres from their house.
Our correspondent learnt that the shot was fired by one of the policemen guarding a new hotel in the area, South Bound Hotel.
Continue After The Break.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

N’Assembly takes over Rivers legislature … demands redeployment of state CP, Mbu

The Senate  passed a resolution on Thursday  empowering it and the House of Representatives to take over the legislative functions of the Rivers State House of Assembly.
In the resolution which concurs with that of the  House on July 10, the Senate also flayed the attempt by five anti-Rotimi Amaechi lawmakers to impeach the state Assembly Speaker, Otelemaba  Amachree.

Chairman of the Senate Committee on Information and Media, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe,  said after the decision that a meeting between the President of the Senate, David Mark,  and the Speaker of the House,     Aminu Tambuwal,   would be held to draw up modalities for the running of the assembly.

Friday, July 5, 2013

Boko Haram has raised our security demands – Sambo Dasuki (NSA)

The National Security Adviser, Mr. Mohammed Sambo Dasuki, has said that terrorism and other security challenges in the country have forced the military to embark on joint operation with other para-military outfits in 28 states.

He pleaded with Nigerians to accept military presence in the society which is becoming a routine pattern.  He, however, admitted that military intervention in internal security is affecting its professionalism.  He said terrorism has raised the flag of security demands to levels higher than the nation had witnessed since the civil war

Dasuki, who opened up at a session on National Civil-Military Dialogue in Ajuji Hotel, Abuja, urged Nigerians to assist the military to provide information which could assist in the fight against insurgents, terrorists and all other forms of criminality


Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Community Demands Benefit From FG For Hosting Ex-militants

The indigenes of Ogada 2 Community in Obubura Local Government Area of Cross River State have demanded that the Federal Government make efforts to ensure their social and economic development as promised by the Amnesty Committee.The people of the community which hosted the Federal Government’s Post Amnesty Programme, used to execute the rehabilitation programme of over 2,000 ex-militants from the Oil rich, Niger Delta region. Over a year after the conclusion of the Programme, at the NYSC Camp in Obubura, the indigenes through one of their Chiefs have stated that they will not allow the programme to hold again, except they are duly compensated.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

UniUyo: ASUU Demands Lecturer's Release Within 24 Hours

The University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Tuesday, gave the security agencies in the state 24 hours to secure the release of its member, Dr. (Mrs) Justina Udotong, who was kidnapped last Friday by yet-to-be identified gunmen.

Threatening to make the state ungovernable if Udotong was not released within the stipulated time, the association maintained that its decision was not against the state government or the school authority.

The union chairman, Comrade Anyim Nwachukwu, who issued the threat during a protest by members of the association and some students, said the threat was  against the abductors of Udotong, who is a  lecturer in the department of Biochemistry at  the University, as well as the security agencies which have failed to secure her release after five days in captivity.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

kidnappers of Lagos school boy demands N150m ransom

Kidnappers of two-year old Nigerian  boy, Emmanuel Alonge (pictured above), have demanded  N150 million as ransom before the boy could be released.  Alonge was on his way to school on Monday in Lagos, southwest Nigeria, when he was kidnapped by gunmen and whisked away to an unknown destination. TrendsNigeria learnt that the father of the boy, Olusegun Alonge, who is the proprietor of Barachel group of schools in Ifako-Ijaiye, had been contacted by the kidnappers and given 48 hours ultimatum to provide the money or risk losing his son.
A family source said the kidnappers called the father of the boy on two occasions the same day. The first time was at 4.21 pm while the second was at 11.30 pm to demand for the ransom.

Friday, December 28, 2012

Taxi Driver Rapés Uptown Girl In Abuja and Récords It; Demands N5m From Her

An Abuja big lady who resides in Gwarimpa, due to no other option, shared her sad story with the police recently. She said she boarded a taxi from Grarimpa to Wuse, when “the driver sprayed air freshener in the cab.”  “I woke up in an uncompleted building nakéd and messed up. I received an envelop the next day containing a video disk showing how I was rapéd. “The envelop also contained a demand for me to pay N5 million into an account in one of the new generation banks,” she added.  Investigation has commenced into the matter, a police source revealed. The source also cautioned individuals, especially ladies in Abuja to be security-conscious at this time.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Séx-Starved Man Demands N1.2m Refund from Wife’s Parents

Malam Mukailu Naibi of Keke Village, Kaduna, whose wife allegedly starved him of séx for two years, on Wednesday demanded N1. 2 million as compensation from the wife’s parents before an Abuja Area Court. Naibi, while testifying at the resumed hearing of the case, told the court that the amount, covered the bride price he paid before marrying Maryam, his wife.  He also told the court that the amount also covered the cost of damages done to the house after Maryam allegedly set the house on fire before fleeing to court to seek divorce.

Friday, December 7, 2012

Sambo Demands Extra N9b For New Home/Office

The Senate Committee on the Federal Capital Territory has rejected plans by the Federal Capital Territory Administration to spend additional N9bn on the provision of infrastructure at the yet-to-be-completed residence of the Vice-President.

The committee, which visited the building site in Abuja on Thursday, refused to accept explanations from FCTA officials that N9bn more be sunk into the project.
Chairman of the Committee, Senator Smart Adeyemi, who led members of his committee to the site, said such a huge amount was unjustifiable in the face of abject poverty in the country.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

North Demands Death Penalty For Corruption

Ahead of Thursday’s zonal constitutional conferences, foremost northern political group, the Arewa Consultative Forum, has recommended capital punishment for corruption. At present, China is the only notable country where corruption attracts capital punishment.In its proposal submitted to the National Assembly, a copy of which was obtained by one our correspondents in Kaduna on Tuesday, the ACF rued the destructive impact of corruption on the country and said that anybody found guilty of corruption should be killed.


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