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Monday, 27 July 2015

Like Fathers Like Sons: Ex-Nigerian governors who may be jailed with their children for corruption

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Barring the lack of diligence in the prosecution of cases by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission some former governors and their children will go to jail, PREMIUM TIMES can report.
While in office and protected by constitutional immunity, many former governors and their children were found to have helped themselves to billions of naira of funds belonging to their states.

lol: Grammatical Warriors: Between Patrick Obahiagbon And Methu (Video)

A communication is achieved when a hearer understands the speaker but communication is lost when the hearer cannot comprehend what the speaker is saying.
Nigerians found ex lawmaker, Patrick Obahiagbon who represented Oredo Federal Constituency at the House of Representatives between 2007 and 2011 entertaining while he was at the house.

INEC National Commissioner Representing South West Has Died.

Professor Muritala Salau, the INEC National Commissioner representing South West has died at 67. Mr. Salau, a former Vice Chancellor of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, LAUTECH, Ogbomoso, died at Turkish Hospital in Abuja after a brief illness on Saturday. He was buried according to Islamic rites at the Muslim Cemetery, Moniya, Ibadan, on Sunday evening. His corpse arrived at the Ibadan airport at 4.15 p.m. where the Janazah (funeral) prayers. The prayer was witnessed by his immediate family members, INEC officials, members of the academic community, Islamic clerics, Muslim groups and other sympathisers. The corpse was later led to the cemetery in a long convoy where he was buried amidst prayers. An in-law to the deceased, Ishaq Sanni, who also double as the Chairman, Muslim Community of Oyo State, described his death as painful, as he was always concerned about people’s welfare. Mr. Sanni said the Muslim community would miss him greatly because of his exemplary leadership qualities and kindness to the people. Speaking in the same vein, a colleague of the deceased at INEC, Lai Olurode, said his death was sad and a personal loss to him as the two of them were from both the academic community and South West. Mr. Olurode said he was with the deceased in Abuja before he took ill where he spoke as if he knew he was going to die soon. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Mr. Salau was born on November 21, 1947, in Ibadan, Oyo State. He attended Islamic High School, Orita Bashorun, Ibadan on Western Region Scholarship between 1960 and 1964, and proceeded to University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University), Osun State to study Physics on Federal Government Scholarship where he graduated in 1971. His passion for education took him to Stanford University Palo –Alto Ca94305, USA, where he obtained his Master of Science and Ph. D degrees in Applied Physics in 1974 and 1976, respectively. He was Sole Administrator, LAUTECH from June 15, 1997, to July 5, 1999. He became Acting Vice Chancellor of the school on July 6, 1999 and he was confirmed as substantive Vice Chancellor on May 23, 2000, where he was till May 22, 2005. Mr. Salau was sworn-in by former President Goodluck Jonathan on January 7, 2015, as INEC National Commissioner, representing the South West, the position he held till his demise. A devoted Muslim, the deceased was survived by his wife and children. (NAN)

Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of late singer Whitney Houston, has died aged 22

Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of late singer Whitney Houston, has died aged 22, a family representative has said. Kristen Foster said she passed away on Sunday surrounded by her family and was "finally at peace in the arms of God". Brown was discovered face down and unresponsive in a bathtub on 31 January and placed in a medically induced coma. She never regained consciousness. She was moved to a hospice in the city of Duluth, Georgia, a month ago after her condition deteriorated. Brown was the only daughter of Houston and R&B singer Bobby Brown. Whitney Houston was found dead in a hotel bath in Los Angeles in 2012. The family posted a photo of Whitney with Bobbi Kristina as a baby on whitneyhouston.com with the following message: "It is hard to say goodbye. On Sunday, July 26, Bobbi Kristina Brown made her transition peacefully. The family thanks everyone for their loving thoughts and prayers. As Bobbi Kristina would say: 'The wind is behind me and the sun is in my face.'" "Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away July 26 2015, surrounded by her family," Ms Foster added. "She is finally at peace in the arms of God. We want to again thank everyone for their tremendous amount of love and support during these last few months." Singer Dionne Warwick, Whitney Houston's cousin, described Bobbi Kristina as "a sweetheart". "She will be missed, that's for sure. She was a good girl. She was a good little girl. She really was," she told Bravo's Watch What Happens Live.

Sunday, 26 July 2015

Senate crisis: NASS Clerk Faces Trial as Police Establish Forgery

According to the Nation, the Police appear to have established a case of forgery of the Senate Standing Orders 2015 which paved the way for the June 9, 2015 emergence of Dr. Bukola Saraki as Senate President and Chief Ike Ekweremadu as Deputy Senate President. There were indications yesterday that the police might charge the  Clerk to the National Assembly, Alhaji Salisu Maikasuwa to  court  for the alleged forgery of the Standing Orders. Maikasuwa may be arraigned with some staff of the National Assembly suspected of having played one role or the other in the drafting of the rules. But the fate of Ekweremadu who was one of those quizzed by the Police in the course of their investigation into the matter was unknown last night. Police sources declined to discuss his fate. Already, the case file has been sent to the Federal Ministry of Justice for advice and prosecution. Besides the Standing Orders matter, the Clerk is also said to be facing  a fresh crisis on how he was selected to be part of a Ramadan dinner (Iftar) with President Muhammadu Buhari while under investigation by the Police. The Presidency is investigating alleged breach of protocol by the Clerk by attending the breaking of fast with the President. Investigation in Abuja showed that the Police, acting on a petition by six Senators, believed that the Senate Standing Orders 2015 was forged. According to findings, the Police team, led by Deputy Inspector-General Danazumi Job Doma, discovered many anomalies in the said Senate Standing Orders. The   Police findings include the followings: *The Senate Standing Orders 2007(as amended) was still in force when the 7th Senate wound up. *There was no time the 7th Senate amended the Standing Orders or any subsisting motion as shown in the Senate Standing Orders 2015 * The Senate Standing Orders 2015 was strange and a violation of Paragraph 110 of the Senate Standing Orders 2007(as amended) *All the principal officers of the 7th Senate interviewed admitted that the Senate Standing Orders 2007(as amended) was not reviewed before their tenure ended. * A clear case of forgery, manipulation, and tampering has been established. * Those connected with the forgery should be immediately prosecuted. A top police source said: “We have concluded our investigation and recommended the Clerk to the National Assembly and a few others for trial. “The Clerk presided over the election of some Principal Officers of the Senate on June 9 with a forged Standing Orders 2015 when he ought to know better. “As I am talking to you, we have sent the investigation file to the Federal Ministry of Justice for Legal Advice and prosecution.” The police source said the Senate Standing Orders 2015 was not in compliance with Paragraph 110 (1) of the Senate Standing Orders 2007 (as amended). The source added: “The National Assembly management claimed that it has the prerogative to set the rules for the election of a new set of Principal Officers since the 8th Senate was yet to be inaugurated. “They said since nature abhors vacuum, they did nothing wrong with the Senate Standing Orders 2015. “But when we asked them why they refused to use Senate Standing Orders 2007as the case with the 8th Senate, they were not too convincing.” Paragraph 110(1) of the Senate Standing Orders 2007 (as amended) says: ” Any Senator desiring to amend any part of the Rules or adding any new clause shall give notice of such amendments in writing to the President of the Senate giving details of the proposed amendments. “The President of the Senate shall within seven working days of the receipt of the notice, cause the amendments to be printed and circulated to members. Thereafter, it shall be printed in the Order Paper of the Senate. “The Mover or Movers of the amendments shall be allowed to explain in detail the proposed amendments. Thereafter, the Senate shall decide by simple majority votes whether the amendments should be considered or rejected. “If the decision is to consider the amendments, then another date shall be set aside by the Rules and Business Committee whereby opportunity would be given to Senators to further propose amendments but must strictly be confined to the original amendments. “Two-third majority shall decide the amendments and such amendments shall form part of the Rules of the Senate.” Meanwhile, the Clerk to the National Assembly might be in fresh trouble over how he was included in the list of those who broke Ramadan fast with President Buhari while still being investigated by the police. A breach of protocol was being probed as at press time. But the President made the Clerk to know that he was an unwanted guest at the Villa when he was introduced at the end of the dinner. A source said: “When he was introduced to Buhari for a handshake after the dinner, the President said: ‘You, how did you get here? If I knew I would not have allowed you to enter this place.’ I think some protocol officers committed a slip. “We did not know how he got onto the list of the guests of the President. This is why the President is very strict with his schedule and aides.”

Tinubu Behind Toyin Saraki’s EFCC Ordeal Says Sen. Waku

Jagaban is being accused by a senator of being behind Toyin Saraki's EFCC ordeal. According to a report by Punch, Senator Joseph Waku, a former Vice-Chairman and member, Board of Trustees of the Arewa Consultative Forum, says the National Leader of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, allegedly masterminded the EFCC petition against the wife of the Senate President, who has since  to be invited by the anti-graft commission for questioning. Waku, a leader of the APC, in a statement sent to journalists in Abuja on Saturday, described a situation where Tinubu would be allegedly using his personal relationship with the EFCC Chairman “to embarrass and torment fellow party members” as unfortunate. “I have chosen to speak out on this issue and make my findings on this issue known to the public. After days of painstaking enquiries, I discovered that both Tinubu and Lamorde maintain a mutually beneficial relationship since the days of Lamorde as the EFCC Director of Operations and based in Lagos between 2003 and 2007, when Tinubu was equally the Governor of Lagos. “I also discovered from my findings in EFCC that the so-called petition against Mrs. Saraki was personally given to Lamorde by Tinubu under the guise that he was submitting the petition on behalf of the APC leadership to punish Saraki for working against the party’s leadership on the choice of National Assembly leaders. This was followed by a promise to help secure a second term for Lamorde as EFCC chairman.” he said But when Sunday Punch contacted Tinubu’s Media Adviser, Mr. Sunday Dare, he said,  “No one should pay Senator Waku any attention. We know when he is broke and needs a quick fix. What he has said is fit for the trash. No one should dignify Waku’s tales by moonlight with any attention or ever take him serious. For any serious individual with a reputation to protect, Waku is a very poor hire. Waku is an individual with no shred of reputation and a political pariah in his home state. “Tinubu does not run or dictate to the EFCC. And like countless others, Tinubu had also been investigated by the EFCC several times in the past. Tinubu has no hand in the travails of anyone because he is right now very busy, working with others of like minds on how the APC political agenda can set sail as quickly as possible. That is the urgency of now and not the tantrums of the likes of Waku.”

Huge Explosion Rocks Hotel in Somalia. At Least 6 Killed

There was a bomb explosion in Mogadishu, the Somali Capital this afternoon July 25th. The massive explosion targeted Jazeera hotel close to UN compound, in Mogadishu. The source was a car laden with explosives. (left is what is left of the hotel). At least 6 people have been confirmed dead.
Only yesterday, Somalia’s Al-Shabaab insurgents assassinated a lawmaker, Abdulahi Hussein Muhamud and his guards. Photo source: Mohamed Moalimu

LWKMD: Check out what Rochas Okorocha did with the photo he took with Obama

 

As seen in Imo state today. Lol.

Snoop Dogg Arrested In Sweden For Being Too High

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Snoop Dogg was driving too high and was arrested by police in Sweden
Famous American rapper Snoop Dogg was arrested by police in Sweden shortly after he gave a concert on Saturday night.

Friday, 24 July 2015

Pregnant women, nursing mothers, Post Graduate students barred from service – NYSC DG

pregnant corpersThe National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), has barred pregnant women, nursing mothers and students engaged in postgraduate studies from registering in the national service across the country, until they are free to participate efficiently.

South African Police beat Nigerian to death

South AfricanThe President of Nigeria Union in South Africa, Ikechukwu Anyene, on Thursday, criticized the killing of a 30 year old Nigerian in Hillbrow, Johannesburg.
Mr Emeka Ezinteje, Public Relations Officer of the union, told NAN in Johannesburg that the union decried the incident after receiving the report.
NAN recalls that the Nigerian, Nonso Odo, from Amangwu-Nkwerre, Imo State, on Thursday, was allegedly beaten to death by South African Police officers.

Thursday, 23 July 2015

Alleged Corruption: Senators question EFCC’s move to probe Saraki’s wife

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Senators loyal to the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, under the aegis of ‘Like Minds,’ on Thursday questioned the invitation of his wife, Toyin, by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commissions over alleged corruption, expressing concerns that the probe may be politically-motivated.
The group, in a statement said it found the decision of the anti-graft agency to invite Mrs. Saraki in connection with an unknown investigation “very curious”.

Tragedy as Pastor Fails to Rise From Death After Instructing Members to Bury Him Alive

Tragedy struck in a Zimbabwean village after a pastor, Shamiso Kanyama, died after he was allegedly buried alive on his instructions. 


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A Zimbabwean village has been struck with tragedy when a pastor, Shamiso Kanyama, died after he was allegedly buried alive on his instructions.

President Buhari Rejects Same Sex Marriage Proposal From US Govt

President Buhari has rejected the offer of same-sex marriage by stating that sodomy is against the law of Nigeria and abhorrent to our culture. 



The Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the President, Femi Adesina, has taken to his official Twitter page to reveal that President Muhammadu Buhari has bluntly rejected the proposal of same sex marriage from the United States.

CBN Governor Emefiele Runs Back to Nigeria after Buhari Lambasted Him Openly

The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele, has hurriedly abandoned his role in the delegation of President Muhammad Buhari in the US following a public admonishing he got.

A Presidency source told SR that Mr. Emefiele asked to see President Buhari and then requested to leave for an “important” meeting in London. The President is said to have granted the request.

Wednesday, 22 July 2015

JAMB’s New Policy On Admissions Into Higher Institutions.


The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) at its 2015 Combined Policy Meeting, held on July 14, 2015 in Abuja, announced the adoption of a policy whereby candidates of universities with surplus applicants for the Unified Matriculation Examinations (UTME) are reassigned to other universities with lower number of candidates than their capacities.

Ex-Finance Director Accuses NAFDAC DG Dr.Paul Orhii Of Corruption


The crisis rocking the National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control has taken another twist as the redeployed former Finance Director, Ademola Mogbojuri, on Sunday, accused the NAFDAC’s Director-General, Dr. Paul Orhii, of corruption.

Some Former Ministers Were Selling about 1 Million Barrels of Stolen Crude Per Day- Buhari



Press statement from the Presidency
President Buhari Tuesday in the United States vowed that his administration would trace the accounts of individuals who stashed away ill-gotten oil money, freeze and recover the loot and prosecute the culprits.

Singer Tiwa Savage and Hubby Teebillz Welcome Baby - photos


Monday, 20 July 2015

Photos from train accident in Jaji Kaduna today


A train this afternoon was involved in an accident in Jaji, Kaduna. Thankfully, no one was hurt. More photos after the cut...

Saturday, 18 July 2015

32 Boko haram fighters, 16 Niger villagers killed in counter attack in Niger

Boko Haram members in action


Boko Haram jihadists killed 16 civilians in an attack this week on a southeast Niger village, near the Nigerian border, a local official said Saturday. “On July 15, Boko Haram elements fired on locals who were praying in a village near the town of Bosso,” said Bako Mamadou, mayor of Bosso, a town in southeast Niger on the border with Nigeria, where the armed Islamist group originated.

South Africa returns seized $15 million to Nigerian government

President Jacob Zuma

The government of South Africa has reportedly returned $15 million to the Nigerian government.
The South African border authorities had on September 5, 2014 seized $9.3 million meant for the procurement of arms for the Nigerian military, from two Nigerians and an Israeli who arrived the country in a private jet.

APC, Buhari should blame themselves for Nigerians’ high expectation – PDP chieftain

Buhari will not force Ministers, aides to take pay cut –PresidencyFormer Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice in Ekiti State, Obafemi Adewale, has lambasted the All Progressives Congress (APC) for causing the high expectations of Nigerians.
He also accused the ruling party for the “needless crisis in the National Assembly”.

Friday, 17 July 2015

SSS arrests operators of Radio Biafra, seize transmitters



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Nigeria’s broadcasting industry regulator, the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has said that it has confiscated transmitters being used by the controversial Radio Biafra across the South east, thereby effectively neutralizing illegal broadcasts from the radio station.

I DIDN’T SAY THE GOVERNOR ATTACKED ME – BSU SU PRESIDENT

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The Students Union President of Benue State University, Mr Bobby Tavershima has refuted media reports that the Governor ordered an attack on him.
The SU President who spoke to BENUE.COM.NG was last Wednesday attacked by some student leaders who claimed to be acting on the instructions of the governor but he said the incident was blown out of proportion by the media.
” Please don’t quote me wrong, I did not say the governor sent people to beat me.”

Buhari appoints new Civil Defence Commandant-General

Ade Abolurin, Commandant General, NSCDC

President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed Abdullahi Muhammadu as the new Commandant-General of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps.
The former Commandant-General, Ade Abolurin, retired Friday after a two-term tenure. He was appointed in 2005.
A statement by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, said Mr. Muhammadu, who was an Assistant Commandant-General of the NSCDC before his new appointment, hails from Muye in Lapai Local Government Area of Niger State.
He holds a B.Sc in Sociology from the University of Sokoto, and a Masters in Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
President Buhari wished Mr. Abolurin a happy retirement, the statement said.

MEET THE FIRST MAN IN THE WORLD TO GIVE BIRTH

Emy Ter's photo.













A weird story of a man named,Beatie, 34 has emanated as he reportedly gave birth to a baby.
Beatie in the hospital labour room
An American man from Bend, Oregon named Beatie,34 has reportedly given birth to a baby girl which makes him the first man in the world to do such.

Thursday, 16 July 2015

SAD: Super Falcons media officer Gracious Akujobi dies

The media officer for the Super Falcons, Gracious Akujobi has died. Family sources say she died in Abuja this morning. The cause of her death is yet unknown. May her soul rest in peace, Amen.

US wants Adefuye out of Buhari’s visit






President Muhammadu Buhari departs Nigeria Sunday for bilateral talks with his United States  counterpart Barack Obama. 

The visit is however coming against the backdrop of frosty relations between the authorities in the U.S. and Nigeria’s Ambassador Mr. Ade Adefuye.

Wednesday, 15 July 2015

Senior civil servants demand N46, 000 minimum wage

Muhammadu Buhari AU summit

Against the backdrop of worsening hardship facing civil servants, the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria has demanded N46,000 as minimum wage for workers.

Tuesday, 14 July 2015

BENUE: First Class Chiefs take Benue state Government to court

The 6 first class Chiefs in Tiv land have filed a suit against the Benue state government,and the Benue state House of Assembly challenging the directive by the Benue state government led by Samuel Ortom to 'revert to status quo "following their earlier appointment and confirmation by the Tiv Area Traditional council,and the Benue state government. Ruling on the suit today in Makurdi,

Boko Haram: Brave taxi driver arrested for reporting suicide bomber in Maiduguri

Abubakar%20Shekau%20Boko%20Haram%202Residents of Maiduguri, the Borno State capital have faulted the arrest of a brave Taxi driver, Rabiu Usman, popularly known as Billejo, who reported to security his suspicion of one of his passengers that turned out to be a suicide bomber.

GAY MARRIAGE: Christian Pastor Sentenced To One Year In Prison


A 56-year-old pastor at the Christian Proctor Church in Vermont, the USA, has been sentenced to one year in federal prison after refusing to marry gay couples.
This comes shortly after the Supreme Court’s ruling to legalize same sex marriages in all states.
NBC reports that Pastor Paul Horner had his lawyer speak to journalists on his behalf.
“We are currently disputing the guilty verdict and I am confident my client will be a free man here shortly. Horner was just using his best judgement according to his rights and religious freedom in this country,” said the pastor’s lawyer Tom Downey.
Addressing the pastor, Judge Myron Danus handed down the harsh sentence:
“Religious freedom goes both ways, Mr. Horner. It is not your place to deny individuals the same rights that everyone else has, rights that were passed down and agreed upon in a court of law, the ultimate court, the Supreme Court. It is not your decision whether or not you agree with the law but more importantly that you follow it and enforce it.”

6 Nigerians extradited from South Africa to US to face fraud charges


Six Nigerian nationals were extradited from South Africa to Gulfport, Mississippi, to face a nine-count federal indictment in the Southern District of Mississippi alleging various Internet fraud schemes. A total of 20 defendants are charged in this case.

The Nigerians are; Oladimeji Seun Ayelotan, 30, Rasaq Aderoju Raheem, 31, Olusegun Seyi Shonekan, 33 Taofeeq Olamilekan Oyelade, 30 Olufemi Obaro Omoraka, 26 Anuoluwapo Segun Adegbemigun, 39, are charged along with 15 others in an Oct. 7, 2014, indictment with conspiracy to commit mail fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, conspiracy to commit identity theft, use of unauthorized account access devices, theft of U.S. government funds and conspiracy to commit money laundering.


The charges stem from the defendants alleged participation in numerous Internet-based complex financial fraud schemes, including romance scams, re-shipping scams, fraudulent check scams and work-at-home scams, as well as bank, financial and credit card account takeovers.

Source: Department of Justice. Office of Public Affairs
United States of America

Read full story here

COURT STRIKES OUT PDP CASE AGAINST EWORO’S DEFECTION TO APC

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Mr. Nick Eworo
A Makurdi high court judge, Justice Adam Onum, today struck out the suit filed by the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, against Benue State House of Assembly and three others challenging the defection of Mr. Nick Eworo, from PDP to APC for lack of jurisdiction.
Eworo represents Obi state constituency.

Alleged Looting: Buhari Sets To Nab Former Governor Suswam,Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu And Others

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The government of President Muhammadu Buhari is leaving no stone unturned in entrenching the fight against corruption, amid the President’s disposition towards ensuring that all ex-governors who allegedly looted treasuries of their respective states will face prosecution.

I chose new Service Chiefs on merit, says BuhAri

THE NEW SERVICE CHIEFS, NSA

 In an apparent bid to re-jig the nation’s security apparatus in the wave of growing insurgent attacks and suicide bombings, President Muhammadu Buhari, 45 days after assuming office, yesterday sacked all the service chiefs and appointed replacements whom he said were chosen on merit.

The new security helmsmen are Major-General Abayomi Gabriel Olonisakin (Chief of Defence Staff); Major-General T.Y. Buratai (Chief of Army Staff), Rear Admiral Ibok-Ete Ekwe Ibas (Chief of Naval Staff) and Air Vice-Marshal Sadique Abubakar (Chief of Air Staff). The rest are Air Vice Marshal Monday Riku  Morgan (Chief of Defence Intelligence) and retired Major-General Babagana Monguno (National Security Adviser)

Monday, 13 July 2015

Actress Mimi Orjiekwe introduces her man...(photos)

The actress who is engaged shared the photos and wrote "No date.. just save it for us .. Will remind u again when it's sept.. 1luv"

Maku to Buhari: Please, redeploy soldiers

Labaran Maku

Former Minister of Information and governorship candidate of All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, in Nasarawa State, Mr. Labaran Maku, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to urgently  redeployed military personnel to the state over high rate of killings and criminality.

ICPC to arraign Aminu, leader of GoodLuck Support Group for extortion

 Justice Ishaq Bello of the Federal Capital Territory High Court has granted leave to the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) to arraign for trial Aminu Abubakar, Chairman, Goodluck Support Group and Okechukwu Geoffrey for extortion and blackmail.

I don’t believe in 50 percent pay cut, earn about N600,000 – Umahi

Gov. Dave Umahi

Governor Dave Umahi of Ebonyi State yesterday said moves by President Muhammadu Buhari, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and some states governors to reduce their salaries by fifty per cent would be too meagre to address the current financial problems confronting the country .

BREAKING: Gunman Takes 10 People Hostage At Mega Store (PHOTO/VIDEO)


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According to police reports, there is a hold-up in Villeneuve-la-

Woman bites off Daughter’s Ear for Sleeping with Her Boyfriend


Wahala dey o! A polyandrous housewife identified as Chiekube Igbinosa in Akumazi community of Delta State, was said to have bit off her daughter’s ear and stabbed her for doing things with her boyfriend.

In what looks like a ferry tale, the case of the seed of discord between the housewife and the daughter over boyfriend, it was reliably gathered, was borne out of evil intentions, especially with the circumstances that are said to be surrounding the shameful incident.

TRAGEDY: Woman Slits Throat of Lady Who is About to Wed

The Lagos State Police Command has arrested a woman, Helen Okeke, who allegedly killed her neighbour, identified simply as Rose, in the Ikota, Ajah area of Lagos.

It was learnt that Okeke slit Rose’s throat after the duo reportedly had an argument over who poured urine on the latter’s clothes that were spread on the entrance door to her room.

Saturday, 11 July 2015

APC guber candidate challenges INEC over use of card readers

Ifeanyi Okowa



The All Progressives Congress and its Delta State governorship candidate in the 2015 elections, Emerhor Otega, have petitioned the Acting Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Amina Zakari, over the use of card readers in the last election in the state.

Tuesday, 30 June 2015

PhotoSpeak: MandyGist Adorable Son LuseTor Turns 3 - See The Party Pictures


Avid blogger, owner mandygist.com and business woman Mandy Seember Kaunan celebrated her sons birthday in style, her son LuseTor McPaul Azua turned 3 on the 27th, June, 2015 .  See the Pre-Birthday and Birthday Pics.............

US Gay Marriage: Robert Mugabe asks Obama to Marry Him

Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has challenged US President Barack Obama by asking his hand in marriage. His comment comes at the back of the legalization of gay marriage in the US by the Supreme Court.


During Mugabe's weekly radio interview with Zimbabwe’s national radio last Saturday, he said:

“I’ve just concluded since President Obama endorses the same-sex marriage, advocates homosexual people and enjoys an attractive countenance thus if it becomes necessary , I shall travel to Washington, D.C. , get down on my knee and ask Obama’s hand. I can’t understand how these people dare to defy Christ’s explicit orders as our Lord prohibited mankind from sodomy.''
Mugabe said the American Government is run by pervert, Satan-worshipers who insult the Great American nation.
He reportedly added
"That the American tradition and heritage was based on lofty Christian principles, but to the detriment of this great nation, America’s corrupt political elite is acting according to their diabolic whims".
Obama’s endorsement of gay marriage, the first ever from a sitting president, came amid growing pressure for the president to clarify his previously muddled opinion, as two senior members of his administration announced personal support for gay marriage and a day after voters in North Carolina approved a state constitutional amendment defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman.

Source: awdnews.com 

FG Orders Probe on NNPC Over Unaccounted N3.8trillion

The Federal government yesterday June 29th constituted a four-man committee to probe NNPC over N3.8 trillion unaccounted for by the corporation in the last three years. According to the Edo state governor, who is part of the 4-man probe committee, investigations by the federal government show that NNPC made N8.1 trillion from 2012-2015, paid N4.3 trillion to the federal government and withheld N3.8 trillion which the management of the corporation have not accounted for.

The probe panel was constituted by the National Economic Council which was inaugurated by President Buhari yesterday June 29th
"We are talking about transparency, we are talking about change and what we saw from those numbers I believe that Nigerians are entitled to know, is that whereas NNPC claimed to have earned N8.1trn, what was paid into the Federation Account from 2012 to May 2015 was N4.3trn. What it means is that NNPC withheld and spent N3.8trn. The major revelation here is that the amount NNPC paid into the federation account for distribution to the three tiers of government came to N4.3trn and the corporation alone took and spent N3.8trn. This means the cost of running NNPC is much more than the cost of running the Federal Government. That tells you how much is missing; what is mismanaged; what is stolen. These are huge figures. There is no enterprise manager who goes to the market and sells and just begin to spend, otherwise nobody needs to budget,” he said.
He added that if the Federal Government cannot spend without appropriation, agencies of government cannot not also spend money without appropriation
“This is what the constitution provided for. And this is what President Buhari has promised to do that henceforth all monies must go to the Federation Account. What do you need budget for; Nigeria cannot continue with you earn the money and spend it. Where is transparency? Where is the role of the National Assembly? So if you were doing that you won’t have a situation where the NNPC alone will spend N3.8trn and remit to the federal, states and local governments N4.3trn which means NNPC is taking about 47 per cent and that explains all the leakages you are talking about. We looked at the numbers for the Excess Crude Account. The last time the Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister of the Economy, reported to the Council and it is in the minute, she reported that by November 2014, we had $4.1bn but today the Accountant General Office reported we have $2bn, which means the Honourable Minister spent $2.1bn without authority of the NEC.”he said
Other members of the probe panel includes governors of Kaduna, Zamfara and AkwaIbom states.