Sunday, March 9, 2014

President GEJ's ₦9bn jet develops technical problem in Minna

President Jonathan and some top government officials yesterday Saturday March 8th escaped an air mishap at the Minna Airport, Niger State, when a presidential jet developed a technical fault, while they were aboard, Punch reports. Find full report below... 
The presidential jet, Nigerian Air Force 001 (5N-FGT), had earlier conveyed Jonathan to Minna for the -Peoples Democratic Party’s North-Central rally which held at the Trade Fair Centre, Minna.
At the end of the rally, the President returned to the airport in company with top government officials, PDP state governors and party chiefs for a trip to Sokoto, from where he was scheduled to return to Abuja.

A Whole Plane Still Missing in Malaysia

 How does a plane full of people disappear without any trace? The Malaysian Airlines flight MH307 that vanished off the coast of Vietnam two hours after taking off at Kuala Lumpur airport with 239 people on board has still not been found and now there are fears that the plane may have been taken down by terrorists because nothing else makes sense, the weather was great, the pilots were experienced, the plane was new, there was no distress call and now it's been discovered that 4 people on the flight traveled on passport stolen in Thailand and the tickets they used were bought through a Chinese airline. One passport was registered to an Italian and another to an Austrian.

50 gunmen attack Enugu government house

According to reports, 50 gunmen who arrived in 7 buses attempted to attack Enugu State Government House in the early hours of yesterday Saturday March 8th but didn't succeed as security personnel attached to the Government House engaged them in a shoot out, preventing them from gaining entry.

One gunman was killed and three others arrested in the shootout that lasted till 4:30am but no security personnel was killed or injured, this is according to the Chief Press Secretary to Governor Sullivan Chime, Mr. Chukwudi Achife, who confirmed the incident.

Kidnapped Syria nuns 'expected' to be freed - reports

A group of nuns kidnapped from a Syrian town in December were expected to be released thanks to Lebanese-Qatari mediation, a monitoring group and Lebanese media reports said on Sunday.

The 13 nuns and three maids were kidnapped from the famed Christian hamlet of Maalula and taken to the nearby Syrian rebel town of Yabrud, where they have been held by Al-Qaeda affiliate Al-Nusra Front.

About 40 hurt in California after stage collapse during school musical

A stage at a Southern California high school has collapsed during a student event wounding up to forty people, authorities say.

Police, firefighters and medics responded to a call shortly before 11 pm PST Saturday after the stage gave way at Servite High School, according to the Anaheim Fire Department.
The dispatch supervisory office told The Associated Press that 30-40 people were transported to hospitals. Most of the injuries are reported to be minor and none is life threatening.

Commentary: The West's fiasco in Ukraine

by Xinhua writer Ming Jinwei
BEIJING, March 7 (Xinhua) -- For a brief moment, Western leaders might have stopped to congratulate themselves for their "accomplishments" in Ukraine.
With their backing, Ukrainian opposition protesters successfully toppled the pro-Russian government, forcing out the president they loathe and dealing a humiliating blow to the Kremlin.
The West might have scored a major victory in this latest round of goepolitical fight. But things turned out otherwise.

Ukraine: Obama's invasions, 9-11 and mass media control (Top 5 Lies By the West)

The coup d'état in Ukraine and its aftermath as well all of the events leading up to it are proving even to the casual thinking observer that the western corporate controlled media has lost any semblance of even a pretense at being fair, balanced and reasonable. News is about presenting facts and those facts are important for all of us to come to conclusions or formulate an opinion.

When the presentation of those facts is being done in a limited, selective and or tainted manner and/or outright fictitious information is being given in such a way as to seem credible and painting itself as truth this stifles debate and makes any dissention or wavering from the narrative seem disreputable and easy to be discounted. Sadly there is almost no alternative in the English speaking world to the state/corporate controlled media or its surrogates.

NATIONAL CONFERENCE: Nigerian Youths should have been given the Opportunity to Decide their Future!!

"The National Conference delegates list is a huge disappointment for me as a youth of this nation. To see old men in their 70s and 80s makes me wonder whether we are discussing the past or future of Nigeria. If it is the future, the youths should be in greater numbers but this is not the case.

Over 200 Suspected Members Of Boko Haram Killed As Army Raids Sambisa Forest.

Over 200 Suspected Members Of Boko Haram Killed As Army Raids Sambisa Forest  Boko Haram Militants Killed In Mafa Gun battle. Several militants from the Boko Haram sect were killed in overnight gun battles as they returned to attack Mafa village in Borno according to eyewitnesses.

The militants reportedly returned to the village to attack villagers when they met fierce resistance from the Nigerian army unit stationed in the area.

VIDEO: Imagine you Nab my girlfriend doing this all over

What would you do ?

Saturday, March 8, 2014

“We’re all together when we have s*x, and if we like the same guy, so be it.” Identical Twins Share everything..

Twin sisters say they decided they want to look identical to be able to share everything in their lives. Yes, everything: house, bed, boyfriend, Facebook account and even a job.
Anna and Lucy DeCinque, 28-year-olds from Perth, Western Auastralia, have reportedly spent more than $200,000 to ensure they look identical.
The former Mt Lawley Senior High School students have had chest implants, lip enhancements and tattooed eyebrows.

When plastic Surgery goes wrong, Woman's eyes stop closing (VIDEO)

Video Post: Watch how South African policemen brutalize Nigerian citizen, U*dress him in Public

Nigerian Student in Malaysia Murdered by Malaysian police (Graphic Photo)

Nigerian student Adelabu Tunde (pictured above), from Ekiti State was allegedly shot dead by Malaysian police recently, this is according to his friends. Below is how they describe what happened 
"Police was raiding in another apartment, Tunde and his friends come back from school then the police car followed them. Tunde ran and got shot in head by a police man. Please share the truth. He was not fighting, he was shot by police that came for extra pocket money.! And the police left the scene as soon as he was shot." - Witness
There's a pic of Tunde's corpse after the cut, which they sent to me to prove this sad incident really occurred. They are calling on the Nigerian government to intervene and help them as they say they are constantly harassed and assaulted by the authorities in Malaysia for no reason. Don't they have a Nigerian embassy in Malaysia? Why don't they ever get involved? See the graphic pic after the break.

Malaysia Airlines' loses contract with airplane carrying 239 people'

This is not good at all. A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200 carrying 239 people lost contact over the South China Sea on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, raising fears that the plane might have plunged into the pacific ocean.

The plane, carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members, lost communication two hours into the flight in Vietnam's airspace at 1.20am local time, China's official Xinhua News Agency reports.

Left too soon: Top Nigerian music producer HCode dies

 Top Soul/Hiphop producer, Harry Mordi popularly known as HCode has passed on. Hcode, who produced 2face Idibia and Vector's Get Down died last night after suffering an Asthma attack. He was just in his mid 20s. Too sad! May his soul rest in peace, Ase.

See his video for Monster ft Olamide, Durella and Dammy Krane after the break.

Presidency Begs Military: Please Do not Abort Democracy

The federal government on Friday pleaded with the military not to interrupt governance in the country, just as it gave assurance that the problem of insurgency, communal clashes among other challenges would all soon be things of the past.

Information minister, Labaran Maku, while handing over in Abuja, as Supervising Minister of Defence to the new minister, Gen. Aliyu Gusau, told the military not to consider the utterances against 2015 as well as Boko Haram fight especially by the Borno State governor, Kashim Shetima, saying that “even the state governor has the misfortune of discretion.”

Libya threatens to bomb N Korea-flagged oil tanker if it ignores Navy orders

Libya will bomb a North Korea-flagged oil tanker trying to load crude at an eastern port controlled by armed protesters if the vessel fails to follow orders from the Navy, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said on Saturday.

"The tanker will be bombed if it doesn't follow orders when leaving (the port). This will be an environmental disaster," Zeidan told reporters, calling the docking of the tanker a criminal act violating Libyan's sovereignty.

Cuba condemns attempts by Western countries to destabilize and overthrow gov'ts of Venezuela, Ukraine.

Cuba on Thursday condemned the attempts by some foreign countries to destabilize and overthrow the governments of Venezuela and Ukraine.

Speaking at a press conference, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez expressed his country's "invariable and total solidarity" with Venezuela and its constitutional president, Nicolas Maduro.
The minister also denounced foreign attempts of interference in Venezuela, particularly a recent resolution passed by U.S. Congress that backs a proposal by Panama to ask the Organization of American States (OAS) to mediate the Venezuelan crisis.

Centenary Award to Abacha not unlawful –Presidency

The Presidency has defended the centenary award given to the late military dictator, Gen. Sani Abacha, saying the award was not a glorification of corruption.
The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati, who defended the posthumous award given to Abacha during Nigeria’s centenary celebration last week, said that the award was not meant to celebrate moral virtues.


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