Showing posts with label leave. Show all posts
Showing posts with label leave. Show all posts

Friday, October 4, 2013

Elrufai Facebook Friends Threaten Igbo, Say 'Leave North or We Kill You'

Facebook friends of controversial former FCT minister, Malam Nasir Elrufai, have descended heavily on the Igbo nation after a post by Elrufai which alleged that the proposed National Conference called for by President Jonathan in response to Nigerians call was a ploy to reach a "pre-determined agenda".

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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

US Navy Yard Shooting spree leave 13 Dead; As Shooter got Killed

A gunman opened fire on Monday around a Navy facility building in Washington, United States, killing about 12 people. Identified as Aaron Alexi, the shooter was later gunned down by a sniper. “He aimed the gun and fired our way. I couldn’t believe it,” a male survivor who identified himself as Todd Brundidge told the media.

The violence started unfolding around 8.20am on Monday, when several shots were fired inside the southeast Washington facility.  People frantically ran down stairs to get out of the building. Mr Todd said: “They were pushing. They were shoving. People were falling down. As we came outside, people were climbing the wall trying to get over the wall to get out. …. It was just crazy.”  Security agencies have launched full investigation into the incident

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Nigeria: Court Grants Nnamani Leave to Travel for Medical Check-Up

Lagos — Justice Mohammed Yunusa of a Federal High Court, Lagos, on Wednesday granted conditional leave to Chimaroke Nnamani, to travel overseas for a medical check-up.
Nnamani, a former governor of Enugu State, is being prosecuted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), alongside seven others, on 105-counts of money laundering.
The others are: Sunday Anyaogu, Rainbownet (Nigeria) Ltd., Hillgate (Nigeria) Ltd., Cosmos FM, Capital City Automobile (Nigeria) Ltd., Renaissance University Teaching Hospital and Mea Mater Elizabeth High School.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

President Jonathan Begs To Be Left Out

President Goodluck Jonathan has begged to be left alone to focus on delivering on his political promises to Nigerians,instead of being drawn into alleged 2015 moves.
In a statement today, his spokesman, Dr. Reuben Abati, refuted a newspaper report that a 21-member committee has been set up towards Jonathan’s 2015 campaign, saying that Mr. Jonathan has not yet taken a decision on whether or not he will seek re-election in 2015 and has therefore not mandated any individual, committee or organisation to start working on his behalf for the 2015 elections.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Crisis In Europe: Italy to leave Eurozone?

Beppe Grillo, the leader of the “Five Star Movement” which won 25% of the votes cast in the last parliamentary elections was interviewed by the German financial newspaper Handelsblatt. The former comic turned politician told the German journalists that Italy is in fact out of the Eurozone and called for a popular referendum for returning to the Italian lira.

Female NYSC asked to leave orientation camp for refusing to wear trousers in camp

National Youth Service Corps in Ogun State has stopped a female corps member, Miss Tolutope Ekundayo, from participating in the ongoing orientation programme for allegedly refusing to wear trousers at the camp.
Ekundayo, who spoke with reporters after a press conference organised by the General Overseer, Faith Revival Apostolic Church, Apostle Paul Adenuga in Lagos, said she was thrown out of the camp at about 11pm on Friday.
The corps member, a graduate of the Lagos State University, Ojo, alleged that NYSC officials asked her to leave the camp after she refused to wear trousers, one of the corps members’ attire.

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Leave The ‘Torn Umbrella’ And Join Us Now – CPC Beckons On PDP Govs

The Congress for Progressive Change, CPC, has reacted to the possibility of governors elected under the platform of the PDP decamping to the newly formed All Progressive Congress.
As the race towards 2015 gains momentum, coupled with the crisis rocking the ruling party and uncertainty over whether President Goodluck Jonathan will throw his hat in the ring, there are speculations that PDP governors will jump ship in their bid to stop the president.

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Why generals are reluctant to leave army – Investigation

The recent retirement of 51 top officers of the Nigerian Army has caused a raging controversy as those affected have indicated their reluctance to pull out of the service. 
The affected officers had written to the Army Council to appeal for service extension but their appeals were turned down by the council.
Some of the affected officers had written to the council to appeal for extension in order to use the extra period to build their own houses. But the Army Council turned down the requests for lack of strong reasons and on the grounds that granting them would be destructive to established norms in the army.

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Prem: City leave it late, Chelsea beat Spurs

Chelsea and Manchester City produced stirring comebacks on Saturday as the top three all secured victories in the Premier League. Elsewhere, Liverpool ended their Merseyside drought on a day when West Ham, Fulham and Swansea all won.

 Brewin: Chelsea deny AVB

Manchester City are yet to lose this season and they


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