Monday, September 21, 2015

Large-Scale Military Operation Against Bodo Militants Under Way in India

Indian military forces have reportedly launched their biggest operation yet against militants of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland, part of which was conducted in areas close to the international border with Bhutan.

India's military forces have staged their biggest operation yet against a militant group known as the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), sometimes operating near the international border with Bhutan, Indian media reported.

Pics: President Buhari welcomes Dein of Agbor Kingdom

President Buhari yesterday received the Dein of Agbor Kingdom, HRM Benjamin Ikechuku Keagborekuzi I in Aso rock villa Abuja. More photos bellow.


Photos: Female Zookeeper killed by a tiger in New Zealand

Samantha Kudeweh (left) was on Sunday, September 20 attacked by one of Hamilton Zoo's Sumatran tigers in New Zealand. According to local reports, the tiger attacked the 43-year-old mother of two while the animal's enclosure was being cleaned. The Zoo will be closed until Thursday Sept. 24th.

A staff confirmed that the tiger will not be put down following the tragedy.

Lance Vervoort, Hamilton City Council’s General Manager Community, says although Samantha’s death is a tragedy for the wider zoo family and international wildlife conservation community, senior zoo staff have ruled out euthanizing Oz.

Strong Report Reveals That Jonathan Used Bullion Van To Loot N67.2Bn Cash From CBN

Strong reports have raised dust that former Nigeria’s President, Goodluck Jonathan authorized the withdrawal of a whopping N67.2 billion in cash from the Central Bank of Nigeria between November 2014 and February 2015 for “special services”.

PREMIUM TIMES authoritatively reported that the withdrawals were made in the build up to the 2015 general elections.

Information further gathered says more ‘curious’ large withdrawals were made from the bank during the period, however, PT was unable to obtain documents to back up the claims.

South Africa Police nabs man after 21 pieces of female private parts are found in his freezer

A father of 2, 58 year old Danish man was arrested in South Africa after pieces of female genitalia were found in a freezer in his home. Police spokesman, Hangwani Mulaudzi said that 21 pieces of women’s genitalia were found stored in plastic bags in a freezer. Police also discovered anaesthetic and other surgical implements in his home. Mulaudzi said: “We are not sure how many victims there are; we are in the process of tracing them’ The spokesman said police were alerted by one of the man’s victims. The man was arrested on Thursday in the city of Bloemfontein in the central Free State province. They are asking women who have been assaulted by the man to come forward. Mulaudzi couldn’t identify the man’s motive. It is not known if the body parts are from 21 different women. It is not known how the man committed the assaults or if the women are dead or alive. The Danish citizen owns a gun shop in the city of Bloemfontein in the central Free State province, reported Volksblad, a local Afrikaans language newspaper.

Multiple bomb blasts in Maiduguri signifies desperation of Boko Haram - Military

Press statement from Nigeria military on yesterday's multiple bomb attacks in Maiduguri, Borno state
 This is to inform the public that there were three improvised explosive devices explosions at Gomari and Ajilari general area in Maiduguri at about 7.21pm today evening. Although details are not clear, it is important to note the attacks signify high level of desperation on the part of the Boko Haram terrorists.