Do you support FG withdrawing Nigerian soldiers involved in peace keeping missions abroad?
Saturday, January 24, 2015
Do you support FG withdrawing Nigerian soldiers involved in peace keeping missions abroad?
Who is misdirecting who here? We all know his silly ass not dozing!
What Is Wrong With this Photo [Iyanya Denge Pose Version]
This according to the U.S government is part of their effort to ensure peaceful elections in 2015.
Didn’t I tell you this country is controlled by imperial powers???
The masters are coming to tell their slaves how to behave as they go into the 2015 elections.
You see,Double standard Washington is our country’s policeman.
Can John kerry go to India, South Korea, Iran,Venezuela,Bolivia,Argentina,Cuba or any serious minded country and tell their politicians how to act during elections???
This things only happen in countries with sellout leaders. Countries where politicians are masters in licking imperial powers. Countries that are yet to get rid themselves of imperialism and its puppets.
This just can’t continue!
We must vote for African centered politicians. Politicians that will put the interest of our country1st.
Screw you Kerry and the monster Government you represent!
Freedom from mental slavery!
To hell with the United snakes of America and anything that looks like them.
#JeNeSuisPasJohnKerryLagosJan25 : The imperial powers decided to Visit !
An attendant at the morgue, who pleaded anonymity, confirmed that the body was brought in from a private hospital in Festac where the actor passed away on Sunday evening. It was also gathered exclusively that his corpse will be at the well-guarded Naval base until his family members will move it to St. Edwards Hospital‘s morgue in Obosi, Onitsha, Anambra State.
The actor is from Anambra State and the arrangements by his family members will see his corpse moved to his state of origin on Saturday, January 24, 2015. When Muna’s widow was contacted (who sounded quite young, well educated but firm and confident) on the phone, she refused to divulge her name or have any discussion whatsoever with the correspondent.
The attendant stationed at the morgue said the woman laid down very strict instructions that her name, contact or details be divulged to no one no matter the circumstance. Efforts to get the deceased actor’s wife to at least comment on burial plans or disclose her name or history of marriage to Muna proved abortive as she insisted on protecting her family’s privacy. The stand is not dissimilar to the late actor’s lifestyle as he was very popular, intensely controversial but reportedly very elusive about his personal life.
A number of his colleagues who do not want their name in print allege that Muna suffered in silence, to the point of death from Renal Failure. The level of compliance to Muna’s wife’s instructions at the Naval hospital’s morgue gives an indication that she either has a military background or one of the late actor’s relatives is connected to the military in a way. This is because it is very difficult, if not almost impossible, to embalm a corpse in a military health facility without being a personnel or having strong military ties.
Another source claimed that the deceased wife is a sister to a retired general thus, he has been keeping the media away from her family with the use of the military.
Photographers are currently not allowed inside Naval Hospital in Satellite Town to avoid leaking his remains to the public.
- Late Muna Obiekwe was married and had 2 children who lived abroad.
- He lived alone in his house in Festac Town
- According to his doctor, he had been battling the kidney disease for about 6 years
- Muna was so private that even his close family members and friends did not know about his ailment.
- A popular singer and actress, found Muna Obiekwe bleeding in his apartment and rushed him to the hospital.
- Muna Obiekwe died in the car on the way to Avis hospital in Festac Town where he was pronounced dead at 3.30pm on January 18th, 2015.
- Although he lived a very private life, he was close friends with Muma Gee and her actor husband, Prince Eke.
- He was too ashamed to ask for help from the Actors Guild of Nigeria.
Little was known about Nollywood actor Munachimso Obiekwe until his shocking death last Sunday, the first to happen in Nollywood this year.
According to ThisDay Nigeria, the actor popularly called Muna stayed away from publicity, and kept his private life away from his friends and colleagues. It came as a surprise to a huge number of the Nollywood denizens that the actor had a kidney failure. It was a known fact that Muna was a human chimney and was very generous with the bottle, however he kept his head when duty calls. For Muna, nothing could separate him from the bottle, not even the deadly fangs of kidney failure.
He wasn’t willing to compromise his epicurean nature for any ailment. But the disease wasn’t the only thing the deceased kept away from the public. Since his death, his marital status has become a puzzle of some sorts. While it is widely reported that the late actor was married and had two kids in the media, some of his close friends maintained that the on-screen personality was never married but had a love child. Some even claimed that he had three baby mamas.
Obviously, the Enugu based actor was also generous with the women. Moreover, the deceased’s life was not void of sexual innuendoes, the most popular being the obscene picture of him and actress Biola Ige in the movie ‘Pregnant Hawker’.
Muna’s mysterious love life is likely to be revealed only in his grave unless impostors go extinct.
May his departed soul rest in peace.
1. It was hot and balmy. First introduction was to officials forming human rings motioning to you menacingly where to go.
Some were in their flip flops.
To the Ebola desk we were marched. Forming orderly queues was difficult because demarcators weren’t there and officials didn’t bother.
I had a pen so filled out the forms. A lady with a 6-9 months old baby was picked on. She asked for a pen but was told they didn’t have. She wanted to proceed if they couldn’t provide her one but the overzealous officials sorrounded her, got into a shouting match. One of the uniformed one told her ‘You would know today whether na me put myself here’.
I could see the baby was really tired and the mum was upset.
How much would a bic biro cost?
Customer service seemed to be having the ability to have a go at tired people.
Don’t expect a smile.
I left after handing my pen over to another desperate passenger. Never got it back.
Then, through to the Immigration where you went through 2 desks before being cleared.
Then to pay *N150 for a trolley. I was told there was no N50 change. She expected me to leave it. But I waited till someone handed her the denomination of Naira I needed.
Had to hand over that to another supervisor, who barked out an order for another man in a uniform to bring the trolley to me. By then I had counted more than 4 separate uniforms worn by different people.
Got to the carousel. The same set of bags were just making the rounds for 15 minutes. There was little space to park your own trolley. I waited in the second row straining my neck to catch a glimpse of my bags whilst keeping an eye on the hand luggage and the extra bags full of Tobelrone chocolates I bought at the dutyfree.
I felt it then. Or let’s say it fell on my head. I ran my fingers through my head and there was wetness. Wasn’t disapproving of it as it wa a relief to sweat breaking from my stretched skin pores.
But how come? Alas it was the leaking roof. I had more of that and remembered that the tiling I saw on the way to the Immigration was dodgy. I saw a few exposed electric points as well.
I wondered what the health and safety rules were.
You could see money was being spent and the facelift is ongoing, but you also wondered why it couldn’t be a well executed project……
But hey, it’s almost an hour and a half since we disembarked! Bags damaged from being pulled like in the WWF bout, I heaved a sigh of relief.
It was a bit premature. Just outside on the way to freedom were an array of customs lads in a mixture of army green and khaki brown uniforms. Of course I was ‘parked’. The thought of them going through my things carefully packed by my Missus terrified me. I don’t know how to pack, let alone repack.
I told them everything in there was personal and some were gifts for my brother, whose wedding I came for.
Then the penny dropped. ‘Oga, na good thing you come do, celebrate for we too nau’.
That bit negotiated, I got into the rather hot night, sweaty, tired and in dire need of a cold shower.
I looked for a payphone to check where my brother was. I left my contract phone back in the UK and knew payphones are one a dime in most airports. That is always an opportunity for national carrier telecoms to demonstrate their ego and presence.
Didn’t get that but a young boy with a mobile for rent. I asked how much he charged. He simply told me I should determine what I would give him.
Smart ass know I may not have naira.
Outside the airport was BEDLAM. The Airforce and Army guys created a bottleneck and were generally making a nuisance of the place.
Took another hour before we negotiated their madness to breathe the sweet, fresh Nigerian air from my brother’s air conditioned car.
I thought that should be a breeze.
The carpark is some 600 meters from the airport. They have shuttle buses which ran every 30 minutes.
Problem is, it only stops at the Arrival hall. If you have heavy luggage to drag around, you’re toast.
Alternative was to hire a taxi from there to the airport. That is N1000 flat.
But just as you exit the car park unto the motorway, the traffic is ever present. You see military guys armed with shiny new Kalashnikovs standing by drum barricades looking like lions hungry for prey.
It took is 18 minutes to do a journey of 4 minutes. I don’t understand that sort of brazen security. No scans, no intelligence reports, just mere presence of daredevils.
I began to wonder if these folk weren’t the messiahs we need in Sambisa Forest. As the taxi finally negotiated his way past them and the ubiquitous convoys of large 4 Wheel drives and trucks of the ‘high and mighty’, often driving recklessly in that traffic melee, you were motioned to where to park by militarized police officers. You would have thought it was an ISIS territory or something. It wa scary. Navigate past the woman hawking padlocks and sellotapes into the departure hall, you were greeted with a jetstream of hot air mixed with stale sweat.
Like WiFi connects to a strong signal, your own sweat glands jerks to life and you’re uncomfortable.
Weighing your luggage is an occasion. An official is there barking orders at you about what you know you want to do. Why deploy anyone there?
There the ordeal begins. You wait in line as some ladies screen your passports. Then wait in another painfully slow queue to some guys with gloves on rummaging through people’s stuff. Would have been nice if it was limited to those ones alone (your luggage goes through 2 levels of search there). There are at least 2 other guys at attention prying at your stuff.
Privacy means nothing.
When you eventually scale through stupid questions like ‘why are you carrying so much garri?, you people make food expensive in Nigeria and Oga find us something’, you went to the BA area to check in your bags.
Off you go to the boarding gates. But first you have to go through a check which asks for your customs card.
Then to the Ebola guys who despite measuring your temperature as normal, insists on having your Nigerian address! I told them I don’t live in Nigeria, and that they have phone numbers and email to reach me, they played the jobsworth card.
Still doesn’t make sense to me.
Now, tired and on your last limb, you had to walk through the rigid dividers from one end to another to reach the customs.
Other airports use the movable ones to shorten the walk when there aren’t too many people to attend to.
At the customs, you meet with a first guy who directs you to a cubicle. That one okays you to proceed to the next.
You were then asked to go to the scan area. Those ones only use hand to communicate if they weren’t barking orders at you.
They had no electric frisks. They only patted you down. It’s awkward to have a man touching my privates.
Now you are dog tired to even see advertisers message on the panels. The design and prices of the airport is making you dream about one thing only – That bottle of French wine BA serves as appetizer.
Through to boarding. You had to go through another guy who checks your boarding pass. Another set of uniformed folk who rummaged through your hand luggage and rucksack, yet another patting down from a tired looking man in need of a bath.
Then you sat down in an area the air condition is in need of ‘transformation’.
Two white dudes couldn’t stand the heat so they practically stood in front of the cooling machine.
There were no toilets on the level you were if nature called. You had to go down some dimly lit staircase.
If you had kids, an old age pensioner or wheelchair bound, or have mobility issues, you are on your own.
No tissue papers in the toilet. You had to use the device in the picture to water-wash with bare hands. Then, no handwash soaps. See pictures.
The corners of the toilet had larvae of some insect in there.
I met a cleaner there but it still oozed a stench.
The toilets in the departure halls was so bad my brother ran back and warned me not to even think about it.
I really want to see things for myself. For the life of me, the design of the place, the people flow, and human interaction points are very poor.
People make up their minds about a country from the point of entry.
I hope the extension currently being built redeems our image.
For the doubters………..see the images attached
My Experience at Muritala Muhammad International Airport.
Nigerian National Security Adviser Dasuki Breaks Down The 2015 Elections And Security Threats (READ)
Twitter user reveals the current state of Ibadan airport (photos)
At the point when photographs of the immature airplane terminal hit the net late 2013, individuals expected that there will be a change in its framework soon. That being said, it looks not a lot has changed. The more we highlight this, the more the legislature is pushed to making a move. More pics bellow.
Ibafdan Airport: How can this be an airplane terminal in a nation like Nigeria?
On the ground, it looked like this:
16 Locals were killed, 83 injured in microdistrict Vostochniy, Mariupol
Kiev’s forces are shelling controlled by Novorossian forces microdistrict Vostochniy in Mairupol. 18 locals were killed and 83 were injured on this moment. Kiev’s military are using artillery and MLRS Grads to shell the microdistrict. Novorossian forces took over the control of the Kiev military’s checkpoint in Vostochniy in the morning today.
Mariupol, Ukraine: Just an "honest" mistake this time? Maybe
Did you know that centuries ago supposedly during the 18th and perhaps 19th centuries when Christianity was being introduced to Yorubaland, Kings of Ijebu people (the Awujale) executed anyone who practiced or worked as a Christian clergy ??
The rationale would be to protect indigenous Yoruba religion.
Ps: Pronounced and spelt by the colonialists as ‘Ejayboo’ but rightly spelt ‘Ijebu’ (Ijebu is a sub-ethnic of Yoruba nation)
Th meaning of Ejayboo back in the day !
by Alexander Mercouris
This may turn out to be a critical day in the evolution of the Ukrainian conflict.
1. The Russian Security Council met today. We do not (obviously) have a full account but Putin’s website has provided some details.
Strikingly, Putin referred to the junta as “official Kiev” and not “the Ukrainian government” or “the Ukrainian side”. He also referred to the two east Ukrainian republics as “the Donetsk People’s Republic” and “the Lugansk People’s Republic”.
This is the closest Putin has yet come to since Poroshenko’s election in implying that the junta is not the legitimate authority in the Donbass and that the two NAF republics are.
2. Putin also pointedly referred to “criminal orders” coming from “official Kiev”.
3. Putin has also had a telephone conversation with Lukashenko, who is a key partner in relation to the Ukrainian conflict. Again we have scarcely any information about what was discussed but Putin will have wanted to ensure that Lukashenko remains on board. I expect a phone call to Nazarbayev shortly.
4. We now know from comments made by Shuvalov at Davos that Beijing is being consulted all the time. The key point about what happened at Davos is that Shuvalov made it absolutely clear that Russia will not submit to sanctions and Kostin of VTB gave a very clear warning against any attempts to exclude Russian banks from the SWIFT payments system. The Financial Times has a good summary of the comments Shuvalov and Kostin made and I attach it below.
5. The Russian Justice Ministry meanwhile has formally banned a number of Ukrainian organisations including Right Sector. Some of us are surprised that they had not been banned already.
6. Zakharchenko has said that the Minsk Memorandum no longer applies. This is not the same document as the Minsk Protocol, which was the original ceasefire agreement that was agreed on 5th September 2014. Rather, it is the technical follow-up document that purported to set out the ceasefire line and which provided for the withdrawal of heavy weapons, which was agreed on 19th September 2014. Neither the Minsk Protocol nor the Minsk Memorandum have ever been implemented. By saying the Minsk Memorandum no longer applies Zakharchenko has freed the NAF to pursue offensive operations, which is currently what it is doing.
7. Lastly, Zakharchenko has also again been saying that the DPR’s/LPR’s decision to secede from the Ukraine is final.
Now it may be that all these discussions and conversations and comments are uncoordinated and do not in total amount to anything. Perhaps there has been no change in Russian policy. However they do look like a hardening of position and perhaps give clues that the Russians have at least for the moment given up hope of the diplomatic approach. They also suggest a preparation for a battening down of the hatches in case another round of sanctions is on the way.
From the Financial Times:
One of Russia’s top bankers on Friday warned that excluding the country from the Swift banking payment system would be tantamount to “war”.
The suggestion that Russia could be shut out of Swift triggered widespread alarm in Moscow’s financial community when it was floated by western politicians last summer. Russia’s banks rely heavily on the Belgium-based payments system for both domestic and international payments. However, the move was at the time considered too punitive a sanction, being described by one adviser as “the nuclear option”.
Speaking at a panel in Davos on Friday Andrei Kostin, chief executive of VTB, Russia’s second-largest bank, said: “If there is no Swift, there is no banking . . . relationship, it means that the countries are on the verge of war, or they are definitely in a cold war.”
“The next day, the Russian and American ambassadors would have to leave the capitals,” he added.
Mr Kostin’s comments highlight how the west’s sanctions regime is creating a sense of anger and defiance among the Russian political and business elite.
“The more you press Russia, I do not think the situation will change,” he said, pointing out that the country was moving to reduce its reliance on western payment systems such as Swift.
“We have already created a domestic alternative to the Swift system . . . and we need to create alternatives internationally.”
He drew attention to efforts under way between Russia and China to create a separate platform of their own, outside western control.
Igor Shuvalov, Russia’s deputy prime minister, echoed this theme. “We are developing our eastern vector,” Mr Shuvalov declared, pointing out that although efforts to build links with China had been under way before the crisis, they had dramatically intensified since sanctions started, as Russia looked for alternatives to the west.
Mr Shuvalov said that the so-called Bric countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) were ready to help each other in a financial crisis too. “Large Chinese investors are coming to us,” he said.
The “pivot to Asia” has become a key part of Vladimir Putin’s foreign policy since the breakdown in relations with the west over Ukraine. While several flagship deals have been signed, such as the $400bn contract to supply Russian gas to China for 30 years last May, few Russian policy makers or businesspeople believe China can save the Russian economy from a painful recession.
“The present situation looks like it is softer than [the 2008-09 financial crisis] but we are going into a long crisis situation and it may be protracted,” Mr Shuvalov said.
But he added that foreign pressure would not succeed in changing the political leadership of the country.
“We will survive any hardship in the country — eat less food, use less electricity,” he said.
Alexei Kudrin, the respected former finance minister, predicted Russia could see capital outflows of $90bn this year after a record $151bn in 2014. “We should clearly understand the price we are paying for sanctions,” he said.
A key day in the Ukrainian Conflict?
Ekiti PDP Youths Revolt as Fayose, Political Hyena turns reelection bid of Jonathan to a Business venture.
…Vow To Work Against Jonathan
“It is quite unfortunate that President Jonathan surrounds himself with political vultures and scavengers who will mess up his effort.
No longer a news that, the Ekiti Serving Governor, The Political Hyena, has turned President Jonathan’s election campaign into a business venture to make Money.
It was learnt that the #100,000,000 that was given for the Jonathan’s Campaign in Ekiti-State, Fayose never spent one kobo in the N100 million. Instead of him to spend the money, he levied PDP candidates in the February general elections, including wealthy members both in the State and Outside the State for the mobilization fee.
So dismal/abysmal, Mr. Governor frustrated all Pro-Jonathan campaign groups in Ekiti for selfish and greedy reasons. One of the Pro-Jonathan Groups, PDP Youth Network has vowed to work against and ensure President Goodluck Jonathan loses woefully in the forthcoming February presidential poll in the State. Courtesy of Fayose’s greediness
The State Coordinator of the said Network, Tope Musowo, made the threat in a press statement sent to Online Media for public consumption.
Musowo, who decried the way Fayose is taking the victory of Jonathan for levity in the State, said President Jonathan has failed by surrounding himself with sycophants.
Most of this groups have been using their earned hard resources to build the structure of their respective Organizations, long before Fayose retraced himself back to Power in the State, he got there and messed up all the effort of the Groups for selfish reasons.
Before the Rookies and the Party Bigots would call for my head, it is better who cares for Jonathan’s victory in Ekiti to call Fayose to order, because he can’t achieve what he boasts of by climbing a Jeep, turning to a passerby, buying sepe or paraga at the T-juncture. He should know that his gimmicks is no longer sell-able. Let him do things accordingly rather than living a fake life before ekiti people.
I pity Mr. President for the hand of the political Hyenas and the Magpies he found himself.
A word is strictly for the wise and not for the gullible!
Ekiti PDP Youths Revolt as Fayose, Political Hyena turns reelection bid of Jonathan to a Business venture.
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Cribbage is a video game of technique, making use of the cards you have to reconcile the situation, providing each round of play its own refined differences. Cribbage boards, which the 29-year-old Higgins handcrafts, are comparable– each a special piece, crafted based on experience and also instinct.
For his capstone project in 2012, he constructed an iTorch, a flashlight-powered projector that functions as a media discussing gadget, as well as throughout the process, he educated himself the best ways to make use of the laser cutter and also other devices available at the college’s IMRC Facility Students like Higgins must pay a cost to use the devices at the center.
When Mommy’s Day came around this springtime, he required a present for his mother, a devoted cribbage player. So, he placed his new abilities and also the facility’s laser cutter to the driving test and also created a customized cribbage board for her in the form of France.
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Within the IFA’s teachings this statement means that throughout the day we all learn things and change things within us and from these changes have a third is to hold to deal with these psychological changes that directly reflect the material and the spiritual.
So a ORI is always changing and must always be well maintained and STRONG to keep us balanced.
For ORI always be the first to support us.
Ifa gbe wa o
"The ORI who leaves home in the morning is not the same ORI returning home at night."
Please I want some people to help me translate the following apraise to English Language:
Oko(husband) mi oge
Omo oye niran
Omo oye ori ota
Isale ipe lelede gbe n soso
Omo amuku sasa oladerin
Omo araba ma wo o lefo
Omo ori afa lako
Omo isale odo lagba
Omo abawon re mogamoga
Omo abawon re ma tile bawon re mo
Ta n lonipe o lomi
Ta n lonipe o lodo
Ta n loriwo ni peeele
Ta n lomi gbere ti n be lori ota
Ta n losi losisi ti n simo longbe tojo teerun
Ta n lafunfun teere omi ayaba
Ta n ni pakute omi ipuju
Yekan a re e fope sopo
Tekan omirude oba ni i se
Baba mi olododo ma ramin-in mo
Baba mi o rokoroko gbowo fuja le kukute.
Thanks in anticipation
Ifa university: Can you translate any of the following appraise to English Language:
This is ọkà or āmālā.
Là ń jẹ̀kọ.
Pounded yam is food
Oka is medicine.
When the home is dry
We eat eko corn meal.
Oka Or Amala: This is medicine !
Aboru aboye abosise., let hear from the oddu of orunmila , how patient have to be done In all ways , our father do say the patient is never much unless if is not enough, ifa reveal to us that we must have patient in all what we are doing , the oddu of iwori owonrin says that ” iwori owonrin awo alakan difafun alakan on lo soko eleke” iwori owonrin (oluwo) cast ifa for crab when is going to the farm of eke (a kind of seed) ifa warn him to be patient he refuse at forst stage he was beaten up at the farm by the people there, he was ashamed and embarrassed he come back and ask from the awos what to be done they say he should make a sacrifice and have patient , he does that and finally he come back with good and many eke, that is why when you see a crab he walk gently he do have patient a lot , have a lot of patient today there is much gain in it aseeeeeee, good morning to you
Patience: What Oddu From Orunmila says
Do they no longer perform rituals on bride as she sits..aga Iyawo? These important rites might help the 50% failure rate in the diaspora..or anywhere for that matter? Ifa knows more than the eyes and heart.
Is the tradition of paying a Bride price and consulting before marriage no more?
Six agents of the Department of State Security (DSS) appended to President Jonathan’s security detail in Bauchi have apparently been hospitalized after the assault on the President’s escort by a few young people at the PDP fight rally in Bauchi state on January 22nd.
As indicated by Channels TV, the young people attacked the escort of President Jonathan as it exited the venue of the fight, tossing stones, sachet water and shoes. The attack got more terrible as the last auto which was conveying the 6 DSS authorities was assaulted with huge stones, creating significant harm. The 6 authorities were promptly rushed to a close-by healing center for treatment. Two of them who sustained more wounds will travel to Abuja today for further treatment
PDP Bauchi attack: 6 of President GEJ's security aides hospitalized
As this lady fled Baga, Borno state a week ago with her family, she saw an infant Child crying beside his dead father.
She ceased and lifted him up. She now looks after him.
See photographs of other Nigerian refugees as of now in Chad bellow. There are loads of homeless Nigerians in Nigeria that fled the Boko haram terrorist arena as well. However, UN chooses to show the ones that fled to CHAD.
Woman saves baby lying next to his dead mother as she fled The terrorists Zone