- Nigeria (as seen online)
Jallianwala Bagh massacre:General Reginald Dyer had ordered his troops to open fire on a gathering on 10,000 unarmed people at the Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar on April 13, 1919. The people had gathered at the Bagh that day –coincidentally, the day of Baisakhi, the main Sikh festival — to protest British rule and seek freedom for India. (i swear british is evil from origin)
5 Things not to do in Singapore.
- Do not stand in the sun. I repeat, do not stand in the hot tropical sun. You risk getting heat stroke if you’re not used to the heat (esp if you are from the Northern Europe). Singapore’s average temperature is 30C (86F). The heat together with the tropical humidity and the concrete urban environment of Singapore is a dangerous combination; Singapore is very close to the equator which makes it extremely humid. I’ve seen European tourists who don’t realize how hot and humid Singapore is, and risk getting heat stroke for themselves and their children standing in the sun. Please do not leave your kids or dogs in the car. They do not realize how fast you become hot and dehydrated in this hot humid land. Singapore has a lot
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Since after the New year message of father mbaka from Goodluck to badluck. there exist different interpretation and controversy of the true nature of the message. i think father mbaka stuttered just like at the moment various institution that organise various rally against the government of Jonathan refused to act the same even in more worse situation of PMB government.
Three suicide bombers launched a co-ordinated attack on Istanbul's Ataturk airport last night, killing at least 41 and injuring 239 people. Out of the 239 people injured, 109 are still hospitalized yesterday. Former Pres. Goodluck Jonathan commiserated with the government and people of Turkey in a statement shared via his official twitter handle.
European leaders told Britain on Tuesday to act quickly to resolve the political and economic chaos unleashed by its vote to leave the European Union, a move the IMF said could put pressure on global growth.
European countries are concerned about the impact of the uncertainty created by Britain’s vote to leave on the 27 other EU member states. There is little idea of when, or even if, the country will formally declare it is quitting.
“The process for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union must start as soon as possible,” French President Francois Hollande said. “I can’t imagine any British government would not respect the choice of its own people.”
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker sent a similar message, saying “We cannot be embroiled in lasting uncertainty.”
But those who campaigned for Britain’s leave vote have made clear they hope to negotiate a new deal for the country with the EU before triggering the formal exit process. European leaders have said that is not an option. “No notification, no negotiation,” Juncker said.
Former Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) deputy national chairman, Chief Bode George described Maduekwe’s death as a great loss to the party.
In a shocking twist of events, Northern Leaders have called for the immediate resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari, for making a deliberate attempt to dialogue with the Niger Delta Avengers, while clamping down on Boko Haram terrorists.
Controversial Northern figure, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, who spoke on behalf of the Northerners on Sunday, June 26, likened the militant group, Niger Delta Avenger, to a terrorist group, and called on Buhari either resign or deal with the militants, as it has been dealing with the Boko Haram terrorists.
“No forward-looking nation negotiates with terrorists. And I should say that if he does not have the political will to deal with the militants, he should step aside. Governance does not have room for destroyers,” he said.
This is coming, barely 24-hours when the president offered to meet personally with the Niger Delta Avengers, through the Governors, Elders and other stakeholders in the Niger Delta Region, as part of his efforts towards seeking peace in the region, following renewed sabotage of oil and gas installations by the militants
Speaking further, Mohammed, called on Buhari, to deploy its full military might, to deal with the Niger Delta militants.
According to him, it will be an error for the Buhari led government to try to appease or appeal to the Niger Delta militants, to stop destroying oil installations, when a similar group in the North-East, are being confronted and dealt with as a terrorist group.
Mohammed, a former adviser to President Shehu Shagari, cautioned that any move by this administration to dialogue with the militants, and not out rightly crushing them to serve as a deterrent to would be terrorists, could result to another civil war in Nigeria.
“Why is Buhari tackling Boko Haram with the military might, and going behind to negotiate with Niger Delta militants?
“If Buhari is not careful with the NDA he will plunge the country into another civil war, because he does not have the mandate of the law to negotiate with terrorists”.
Only those who are spiritually blind cannot see that the Hand of God is on Biafra restoration. Only the deaf cannot hear the waves as the Land that flows with milk and honey approaches redemption, never to be subdued again. The Land of the rising sun is rising again. We were never defeated because God's children can never be defeated. We are a chosen race and a special breed.
The world powers rose up in alliance to silence us, but they were disappointed because we are indestructible and indomitable. Today, we have outnumbered those who engineered our extermination- both academically, economically, numerically and otherwise. The miracle is not our own making, it is divinely oriented.
Like seeds, Biafrans has germinated across the ends of the earth, we are blessed with a type of versatility and wisdom that enables us to adapt peacefully anywhere we find ourselves. We are not suicide bombers because we believe in the sanctity of human life. We are republicans by nature, even before colonialists came.
Our success stories even in the face of and subjugation and extermination is the envy of our adversaries. How our fathers manufactured their own weapons to save the most brilliant nation in Africa from an impending genocide remains a mystery to the world. How they held a Nigeria backed by world powers hostage for more than three years is still an unfinished story. The colonialists couldn't believe that such a crop of people with so much outstanding talents and bravery could be found in Africa.
Today, the world is seeing the resurgence a Biafra more powerful than the Biafra of the 90s. Nnamdi Kanu has the magic wand. His ideology to always remain whiter than white in all truth and honesty is an indispensable characteristic every revolutionary leader must possess. Nnamdi Kanu knew that Biafra is divine, and he never failed to make the Supreme Being the anchor of the struggle. You only have to hear him pray, and you will see a man next to God's heart and a messenger of liberation. God knows why he struck Buhari with foolishness into arresting Nnamdi Kanu. He knows why He has hardened his heart not to release him. God is about to do something which will shock the World. Maybe we should ask the Biblical Pharoah of Egypt.
Only at the mention of Biafra, a very powerful force of attraction is formed. Biafrans are now more bonded in unity and love more than ever. God is using Nnamdi Kanu to make the impossible become possible.
Today, Nigeria has been turned upside down for desperately trying to suppress a divine mandate and imprison the voice of truth. I can't wait to write my dirge for the artificial creation which will soon cease to exist. The kings of tyranny, oppression and marginalisation are no longer far from their doom because the 'last miracle' is already happening and any desperate attempt to quench it is nothing more than a suicide mission. BIAFRA IS DIVINE.
Henrietta Kosoko, star actress, and wife of Nollywood great; Prince Jide Kosoko who died on Monday 6 June of complications related to diabetes will be buried on Friday 10, June 2016 at Atan cemetery, Lagos.
The widower in an official statement of his wife’s sudden passing said, “With heavy heart I officially announce the death of my wife Henrietta Kosoko who died at R-Jolad hospital on Monday 6, June, 2016 at about 10:30am after a brief illness.”
Continuing his announcement, he revealed that his wife’s final journey commences on Thursday 9, June 2016 with Christian wake and artiste performance at the Blue Roof , Lagos Television premises, Lateef Jakande road, Agidingbi Ikeja, Lagos between 4 and 9pm.
He revealed that the funeral service for the deceased will hold on Friday at Regina Mundi Catholic Church, Babalosha, Mushin Lagos. Interment follows at the Atan Cemetery, Lagos.
Enugu witnessed opened his doors to investors as the first Enugu investment summit was organised tagged "Oganiru" which means progress. A lot of intending investors play host to the event from different part of the world. It was a gathering beyond anticipated. It witnessed men from local and international community coming to know how to take advantage of the numerous opportunity that the state government is creating for investments.
Lagos state is one of the major commercial cities in Nigeria with estimation of 20 million people and still rising, of no doubt has a lot of advantages from other states of the federation majorly as a former capital territory.
The rate of gridlock in the city at present is becoming very unbearable though a lot was put in place during the last administration to ease off traffic but so much is still begging for implementation. Workers in Lagos are already used to the routine of leaving for work by 4:00 am so as to beat the morning traffic. As i watch my friends prepare for work i just couldn't stop laughing ... Lol
It's time for the Government of Ambode to come with a working plan and fortunately fashola is Minister for works. i forsee a chnage
President Mohammed Buhari finally presents the list of his Ministers with portfolio. which is listed below:
The wife of the President, Her Excellency Aisha Buhari has appealed to the ruling party All Progressives Congress, APC not to renege on their campaign promise of paying N5,000 to 25 million unemployed Nigerians and giving school children one free meal a day. This comes after the senators from the party voted against the senate moving a motion calling on the Presidency to pay the N5,000 allowance.
A pro-Biafran protester was allegedly shot during a protest in Igweocha in Port Harcourt today by the Nigerian military police. The protesters have been causing panic and disturbance in some parts of Port Harcourt, agitating for the Biafran state. Hope this doesn't get worse than this. More photos click read more
... but is he still governor?
Read the press statement below..
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has banned all forms of street protests in the state, condemning the street protests by the Indigenous People of Biafra which have crippled commercial activities in the state. The governor declared : "let no one be in doubt of the resolve of the Rivers State Government and the security agencies to maintain law and order at all cost within the State and preserve the unity of the Federal Republic of Nigeria." In a state-wide broadcast on Tuesday night, Governor Wike decried the movement of protesters from neighbouring States into Rivers State, noting that they have inflicted injuries on other citizens going about their lawful businesses.
2. Alhaji Mahmoud Isa-Dutse
3. Mr. Taiwo Abidogun
5. Mrs. Wakama Belema Asifieka
6. Mr. Jalal Ahmad Arabi
Nigeria Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's book half of a yellow sun won Bailey's Best of the Best for women fiction for the last 10 years.
It was very exiting watching the two hours and minutes programme and intense review of other contesting books to finally hear that chimamanda book emerged winner.
congrat to chi and kudos to all other contestant mostly zadie's smith on beauty whose work i have also loved.
I think biafra is still a thing.
The outgoing U.S. Consular-General, Jeffrey Hawkins, has explained America's view of the Nigerian anti-gay law.This was done in an interview with Premium Times.
According to him, Nigeria's anti-gay law is being capable of jeopardizing her chances of receiving aids from the United States. hmmm this Country U.S and U.K will soon loss relevance as world powers
Angered by the FG alleged transfer of 49 Boko Haram inmates from the North East prisons to Aguata Prison, Anambra, Chairman of Ohanaeze Ndigbo , Chris Eluemuno, yesterday demanded the immediate relocation of the inmates in the interest of peace & tranquility.
"if what President Buhari has to give us as dividend of democracy is Boko Haram terrorists, it is very very unfair." He said.
Former Gov of Anambra,Peter Obi has refuted claims by the state Gov Willie Obiano that the transfer of Boko Haram prisoners was concluded in 2012 during the reign of President Jonathan and Obi as Governor of the state.
He expressed shock about Obiano’s claims describing it as a blatant lie and shocked that Gov Willie Obiano would personally sign such a release laying claims to what appeared nauseating and childish.
A 37-year-old man, Sylvester Chukwunwendu who runs a notorious drug syndicate in Nigeria has been apprehended by the officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency NDLEA. Parading the suspect before newsmen in Lagos, the National Chairman of NDLEA, Ahmadu Giade said Sylvester, who runs a methamphetamine production laboratory in his house at in the Ajao Estate, Isolo area of Lagos,
There was mild drama when a large number of women yesterday besieged a bank in Funtua, Katsina to demand payment of N5,000 social security for the poor and unemployed that was promised by APC.
D women,who started trooping to the bank’s premises as early as 7:00am, alleged that they heard an announcement over the radio that the FG had concluded plans to pay the money and that processes of the payment had commenced in the bank,