Thursday, April 30, 2015

Governor Bala Ngilari Spends ₦400m To Buy 2 Vehicles, Sacks DG For Questioning Purchase

The choice of the Adamawa state senator, Bala Ngilari to purchase two Lexus SUVs for N180million, about $900,000 and two Hilux get vans at N400million have activated shock from members from the state House of Assembly.
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On Wednesday, the members passed a resolution approaching the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to look into the purchases.


The House, now split into groups, further ccalled the state government to re-instate the sacked Director General of the state Public Procurement Bureau, Malam Bello Umar, who it said was sacked by the official for questioning the purchase and for not taking after due process. At its plenary presided by the Speaker, Ahmadu Fintiri, the House likewise recommended a national honor for Umar for questioning the purchase and other official executive excesses that cost his sack.

South Africa To Start Placing Tattoo On Privates Of People With HIV / AIDS

President Zuma has signed a bill that is by all accounts the best step in history of attempting to battle HIV/AIDS.From now on every individual who gets tested and discovered to be HIV positive would not simply get counselling and medicine.
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They would likewise get an imprint in a form of a tattoo close to their privates as per the bill singed by the president.


The mark is to protect those who can’t say no to sex. I mean if you can’t read between the lines you should read between the legs because that’s where the status would be tatted.


The choice to be HIV positive is now in your hands or your genitals for that matter….We also encourage those who had been living with the virus to go to the nearest public hospitals to get their status tatted in”. Said Jacob Zuma after signing the bill.

Lilian Esoro Share New Stunning Photos to cool off Canceling of Wedding Plans With Ubi Franklin

The Nollywood on-screen character yesterday imparted new photographs of herself on Instagram with this inspiring message:”Hate no one, no matter how they ve wronged you. Stay humble u might go out of fashion.


Think positively no matter how hard life is. Give plenty no matter how little u receive. Keep in touch with the ones who have forgotten you, forgive those who wronged you, n don’t stop praying for those who loves you, n those you love in return. For God is love. [I’ve] gat nothing but love to give. Its a beautiful day. Let nothing take ur smile away , she wrote.”

Pics: Nigerian bags 2015 Commonwealth Short Story Prize

Nigerian Lesley Nneka Arimah (above left) is champ of the 2015 Commonwealth Short Story Prize (African region) for her short story ‘Light’. Congratulations to her.


 



 


PDP will return to power at the Federal level in 2019– President Jonathan declares

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan declared Thursday in Abuja that if members of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) remain committed to the vision of its founding fathers and work very hard, the party will return to power at the Federal level in 2019.
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Speaking after receiving the report of the PDP Presidential Campaign Organization at the Presidential Villa, President Jonathan said that the party already had all that it will require to win the 2019 elections, but needed to return to the drawing board to re-strategize for the future.


“Whatever happened was like a slip. You don’t need to travel to America to know how power moves from the Republicans to the Democrats and from the Democrats to the Republicans.


“You can even go to Ghana that is very close to us. The present administration lost some years back and of course they came back, and won the elections. So the problem is not whether we lost or won elections, which is already history, but how we can reconsolidate our party.


“If we are committed and we work hard, definitely the PDP will spring back,” President Jonathan told members of the party’s Presidential Campaign Organisation. Noting that the outcome of future elections will be determined by the party’s preparedness, President Jonathan urged members of the PDP to be more united and remain loyal to the party.


“We must continue to be united as a party. And continue to work hard so that as we move towards subsequent elections in 2019 and 2023, PDP will come out stronger.


“Let’s not judge PDP by the results of the presidential elections, because in some of the states where we saw the PDP score so low, it was probably due to problems within the PDP. The party will come back stronger. PDP is still the most organized party. PDP is still the party that nobody owns. PDP is still the party that whoever you are, you can get to any level that you aspire to through competence. I encourage members of our party to remain faithful and not be disillusioned,’’ the President said.


In his remarks at the occasion, the Director General of the PDP Presidential Campaign Organisation, Sen. Ahmadu Ali, commended President Jonathan for putting the nation before his personal ambition. “Our great party will emerge from this debacle stronger, wiser and prouder. Even in defeat, we are able to impart some valuable lessons to the Nigerian electorate.


“This is the first time in the history of this country that a sitting Government has handed over power peacefully to an opposition party after an election. We are proud of you,’’ he told President Jonathan.


Reuben Abati

Special Adviser to the President (Media and Publicity)

April 30, 2015

Pics: Hot Actress Mide Martins shines as she rocks denim bum short



Super hot body… You like ?


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Check out More Pics of rescued females from Sambisa Forest



Some of the ladies and young ladies (with their children) found by Nigerian troops at Sambisa Forest two days ago.

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I'll handover a Nigeria completely free of terrorist strongholds Pres. Jonathan assures

The State House Press statement below..
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President Goodluck Jonathan pledged Thursday in Abuja that he will do all within his powers to ensure that all Nigerian territory still held by terrorists and insurgents are totally liberated before May 29, 2015. Receiving a delegation of Heads of Customs from the West and Central African Region of the World Customs Organisation led by the Secretary-General of the organisation, Mr. Kunio Mikuriya, President Jonathan said that he was determined to hand over a country completely free of terrorist strongholds to the President-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari.

The President said that ongoing military operations in the North-East had already recorded huge successes, with two states completely free from the control of terrorists, while operations in the third state had reached a concluding stage.


“We can now say two states are completely free from terrorist control, while in the third state, it is only in one Local Government Area that they are still present.


That is in the Sambisa Forest,” he said. President Jonathan noted that the military had already moved into the forest to seize the remaining camps of the terrorists, adding that the recent rescue of about 300 abducted girls and women was further evidence of the success being achieved in the ongoing operation.


On his decision to concede victory to the President-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari, before all the results of the presidential elections were announced, President Jonathan said that elections must be approached from a nationalistic point of view. “Our elections should be about where Nigeria is going. If Nigeria is moving forward, it is for the good of all Nigerians. My children and grandchildren will live and grow in this country and contribute to it. I always tell my colleagues to leave office when their time is up. We are trying to encourage African leaders not to remain in power as kings until death,’’ he said.


Mr. Mikuriya commended the President for supporting the reform of the Nigeria Customs Service, noting that other African countries had already started emulating the vision, strategy, adoption to new technology and result- oriented training of officers that were captured in Nigeria’s reforms. Reuben Abati Special Adviser to the President (Media and Publicity) April 30, 2015

Check out artistic Biro drawing of president Jonathan 



Here’s a lovely piece on President Jonathan by Nigerian craftsman, Oscar Chuks.

Drawn with a ball point Pen (BIC) on white decorated paper.

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New lovely photos of baby rescued from Nepal's earthquake rubble


 


The 4-months old infant, Sonit Awal, who was saved yesterday April 29th from the rubble of the Nepal earthquake in the wake of being caught for 22 hours picture looking cool new photographs released today.

See more pics bellow.


 

"I go Ride my Bike from Abuja to China if Buhari fit make 1Naira =1Dollar" - Charly Boy


New study shows Nigerian women lead pack of female entrepreneurs in the world



A study by the Gates Foundation and the Clinton Foundation demonstrates that Nigerian ladies stand out of female business people on the planet. Above is a chart attracted via specialists to show nations with most elevated number of female business people on the planet. Up naija ladies!


Pic of some of the rescued girls; military now says identity of girls still unknown

Above is a photograph of a percentage of the young ladies as of late rescued by Nigerian troops from Sambisa Forest. In the main time Spokesperson of the Defense Headquarters, Major General Chris Olukolade, says personality of the safeguarded females is still obscure. He said this while tending to newsmen in Abuja today.

Chike Ike flaunts body in work-out gear!


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PDP's statement: PDP NWC not in dispute with Governors - PDP

There were reports in some dailies today that PDP Chairman Adamu Mu-Azu has been asked to resign and that he and other PDP National Working Committee members who attended a meeting yesterday were asked to go out  by some governors before the official end of the meeting.

PDP has released a statement denying there was a dispute or that Mu'azu was asked to resign. The statement below
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Paul Okoye shares lovely photo with his son and niece


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Gospel artist Solomon Lange's pre-wedding shoot


Prominent Gospel singer Solomon Lange will be getting hitched to his lady Florence this Saturday in Abuja and simply discharged these stunning prewedding photographs.
Congratulations to them. See more photographs bellow after the break.

Lagos state government shuts 24 religious buildings over noise pollution


Lagos state government says in the last one year it has shut down 24 religious buildings in the state following complaints of noise pollution they produce in areas where they are situated as well as their non adherence to the state guidelines on noise pollution.

Lagos state Commissioner for Environment, Mr. Tunji Bello pictured left above disclosed this at the 2015 ministerial press briefing held in Alausa Secretariat, Ikeja yesterday April 29th

“We received over 1, 000 petitions in the year under review. But we have been able to resolve some and some have relocated. We have shut about 24 religious outfits in the last one year because they failed to adhere to the state guidelines on noise pollution.”he said

Jonathan hindering smooth transition, displaying misplaced anger – APC

The All Progressives Congress has accused the President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration of plotting to hinder a smooth handover of power on May 29.
It says it is becoming apparent that the incumbent administration will not fully cooperate with the incoming government, despite its “public posturing” in that regard.
In a statement in Abuja on Thursday by its National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the party also described as “an act of hostility and a patently-misplaced aggression the unnecessary vituperation” against the incoming Muhammadu Buhari administration by the Jonathan government, ostensibly because of the terms of reference of the Buhari transition committee.

S’Africans attacks on foreigners planned – S’African Mayor

Police reinforcements have been rushed to Thabazimbi in Limpopo after shops owned by foreign nationals were looted and vandalised.
About 50 foreign nationals, including women and children, have been accommodated at a local sports centre. Police have arrested 15 suspects, with Thabazimbi mayor, Patricia Mosito, having condemned the incident.

May Day: IG assures workers of adequate security

The Acting Inspector-General of Police, Mr Solomon Arase, on Thursday expressed happiness with the nation’s labour movement and assured it of adequate security during the 2015 Workers’ Day celebrations.

Experts advocate more funding for Malaria research

Malaria experts have said more strategic planning and effective partnership with investment of more resources into malaria research remained the best way to eliminate the scourge in the country.

The experts made the assertion on Wednesday at a Symposium organised by the Nigerian Institute of Medical Research, Yaba, Lagos, to mark World Malaria Day.
World Malaria Day is commemorated very April 25 to draw attention to the ailment and scale-up strategies to eliminate the disease.

Lagos election tribunal begins sitting May 5

The Lagos State Election Petitions Tribunal will on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 hold its inaugural sitting.
The tribunal will sit in one of the family courts on the premises of the recently commissioned Roseline Omotoso Court in Ikeja.
The secretary to the tribunal, Hafsatu Suleiman, revealed on Thursday that the tribunal had received 20 petitions.

10 militants jailed for life over Malala attack

An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan on Thursday in Islamabad condemned 10 men to life in prison for involvement in the attempted murder of teenage education activist and Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousafzai.
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Malala was shot in 2012, as she returned with two classmates from school in Mingora town of the Swat District in the northwest.  The military said in September 2014 they had arrested 10 militants in connection with the attack.

Jonathan dumps NPA MD

President Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday sacked Mallam Habib Abdullahi as the Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority.  He has also named Alhaji Sanusi Bayero as his replacement.

In a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati, the President said Bayero’s appointment would take effect from Thursday (today).
No reason was given for Abdullahi’s sack.

Reverse Abba’s removal


For me, the recent removal of the Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Suleiman Abba, is illegal and unconstitutional, as it is a contravention of Section216(2) of the Nigerian 1999 Constitution,which states that before removing the IGP from office, the President shall consult the Nigeria Police Council.While the President is at liberty to either appoint or sack the nation’s police chief, he can only do so after consultation with the Nigeria Police Council.

Akume, Tinubu meet in Lagos over Senate presidency


One of the top contenders for the Senate presidency, Senator George Akume, and the national leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, on Wednesday met at the Lagos home of Tinubu.
Our correspondent learnt that at the meeting which took place around 3pm, Tinubu told Akume to shelve his ambition and support Senator Ahmed Lawan, who represents Yobe-North senatorial district in the 8th Senate.

Concern over naira as dollar falls ?

The dollar sank to its lowest level in more than two months as the currency market adopted a markedly dovish view on the United States monetary policy after data showed the economy virtually stagnating in the first three months of the year.

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Patience Jonathan’s many battles


In this piece, OLUSOLA FABIYI recounts the style brought to the political space by the wife of President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience, during the outgoing political dispensation

The wife of President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience, was not a contestant for any political office in the just concluded general election. However, she was more prominent at the various campaigns of her political party, the Peoples Democratic Party, was involved in – during the countdown to the polls.