Sunday, November 8, 2015

A new war began on October 31…

The most up-to-date information indicates the October 31 tragedy was the result of a terrorist act on board the Airbus A321. If that supposition is confirmed, and considering the reaction by the Russian authorities, one might say that Qatar finally got what it wanted—a war.
Incidentally, Qatar’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Khaled al-Atyya publicly threatened Russia with “World War Three”. We can’t speak for Russia, but as far as Qatari clans are concerned, the war is on.

BREAKING: Wanted Boko Haram terrorist Member Nabbed

A member of the dreaded Boko Haram sect who was declared wanted by the Army was arrested today in Abuja. Army spokesman Colonel Sani Usman said the suspect was arrested at the Abuja airport on his was to Lagos.

Week Five of the Russian Intervention in Syria: The Russians Are Digging in

This column was originally written for the Unz Review:
Whether this tragedy was directly linked to the war in Syria or not, there is no doubt that the downing of Kogalymavia Flight 9268 was the main event of the past week. Since I have covered this issueelsewhere, I shall not return to it in detail again here. I will just repeat here my personal conclusion that this tragedy will not impact the Russian operation in Syria or affect the political situation inside Russia. As for the cause of the tragedy, there are increasing indications that both western and Russian security services have come to a tentative conclusion that it was, indeed, a bomb. On Friday, the head of the Federal Security Service has recommended canceling all flights to Egypt and the evacuation of all the Russian citizens in Egypt (roughly 70,000 people). Several EU countries have also taken similar measures.

5,000 Naira Monthly Stipend: Group Threatens To Drag Buhari, APC To Court

A group, South East Progressives Assembly, SEPA, has threatened to drag President Muhammadu Buhari and the governing All Progressives Congress, APC, to court over the inability of the Federal Government to commence the payment of the monthly five thousand naira (N5, 000 stipend) it promised unemployed Nigerian youths.

President Buhari and his party, the APC, had during electioneering campaigns, promised to drive the ‘change’ policy through certain programmes which include payment of N5, 000 monthly stipend to unemployed Nigerian youths.

Oba Eweka I, the kingdom's first 'Oba' of the benin empire

In this image: Oba Eweka I, the kingdom's first 'Oba' of the benin empire. The Benin Empire (1440–1897) was a pre-colonial African state in what is now modern Nigeria. It should not be confused with the modern-day country called Benin, formerly called Dahomey.

What is written on the walls of KEMET and in the books of TIMBUKTU is also written in the hearts of AFRICAN WARRIORS who carry the spirit of MENES, SETI, TUT-MOSES, HANNIBAL, SHAKA and other great AFRICAN "LEADERS.

Investigators Complete Preliminary Analysis of Data From A321 flight data recorder

The Moscow-based Interstate Aviation Committee said that investigators have completed the preliminary analysis of data from the black boxes that were abroad the crashed Russian airliner Airbus 321.

Investigators have completed the preliminary analysis of data from the black boxes that were abroad the crashed Russian airliner Airbus 321 when it came down in Egypt last week, the Moscow-based Interstate Aviation Committee (MAK) said early Sunday.