Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Ban On US Exports: Obama Retaliates, Suspends South Africa From Trade Benefits

U.S. President, Barack Obama, on Tuesday, said America would suspend duty-free benefits for South Africa on March 15, a move that could cost South Africa up to seven million dollars.
He said this in Washington, adding that the suspension was because South Africa failed to meet the requirements of a trade deal.
He noted that “I have determined that South Africa is not meeting the requirements and that suspending the application of duty-free treatment to certain goods will be more effective in promoting compliance.”

Buhari Hates Free And Fair Election – PDP

Opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of being against a free and fair election.PDP Acting National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus said this in a statement on Monday.
He noted that the victory it recorded in the election in Bayelsa was a product of the resilience of the people of the state whom he said rejected the APC by voting enmass for the PDP.
“In fact, the steadfastness and resilience shown by the people, particularly in Southern Ijaw will go down in history as one of the many sacrifices made to defend democracy in the land.

PDP Reps Issue 48hr Ultimatum To EFCC To Release Metuh

PDP Members of the House of Representatives yesterday issued a 48 hour ultimatum to Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to release party spokesman Olisa Metuh who has been in its custody. The EFCC has accused Metuh of receiving N400 million from the embattled former National Security Adviser Sambo Dasuki. Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, said the spokesman had not been released owing to his refusal to refund the money traced to his company.
Speaking at a press briefing, PDP caucus leader Leo Ogor said it was illegal to detain Metuh beyond the allowed 48 hours.

We Have Decimated Boko Haram – Chief Of Defense Staff

The Nigerian Military yesterday insisted that troops operating in the North East have decimated Boko Haram terrorists to the point that it can no longer launch attacks and claim territories.
Chief of Defense Staff, General Gabriel Olonisakin, said in a statement that: “Boko Haram has been degraded and they are not fit any longer to carry out coordinated attacks; but of course suicide bombings are an issue we are still battling with.”

$2.1 Billion Arms Scandal: Angry Olisa Metuh Tears Statement He Made To EFCC

The embattled spokesperson of the Peoples Democratic Party on Tuesday tore a statement he voluntarily made to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission regarding his alleged involvement in the $2.1billion arms fraud being investigated by the anti-graft agency.
Those familiar with the matter told PREMIUM TIMES Mr. Metuh tore the statement after it was presented to him by the investigating officer for endorsement, as part of preparations for his prosecution.

Looted Funds: Nigerians Bless Abacha

In what can be described as a rarity, Nigerians popular for their stern stance especially against public office holders blessed late military dictator, Sani Abacha for indirectly saving the funds he looted from Nigeria to safe places where such funds could be retrieved.
The government of Switzerland had reportedly planned to transfer the sum of $300 million of the Abacha loot to the Nigerian government.

Metuh To Remain In detention – EFCC

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has given reasons for its continued detention of Chief Olisa Metuh, the PDP National Publicity Secretary, noting that, he would be released when he satisfies his bail conditions.
The EFCC spokesman, Mr Wilson Uwujaren, gave the reasons in a statement he issued in Abuja on Tuesday.
The statement said that Metuh’s continued detention was due to his refusal to refund or sign an undertaking to refund the N1.2 billion linked to him in the arms scandal.

We Need New Constitution To Perform – PDP

The Acting National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Mr. Uche Secondus, has said the party requires a new constitution or order to guarantee internal democracy.
Secondus said this in Abuja on Tuesday while inaugurating the party’s Constitution Amendment Committee.
He said the party’s expected new constitution should also provide an efficient organizational structure and process under which the aspirations of its members could be maximally articulated.
Secondus said since the formation of the party in 1998, it had been driven by five constitution amendments; 2000, 2001, 2006 2009 and 2012.

I Did Not Recieve Money From Dasuki - Ribadu.

The pioneer Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Nuhu Ribadu, has denied ever receiving any money from the former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki.
Ribadu said in a statement on Tuesday denied insinuations in some quarters that he returned some money he received from the former NSA.  He explained that he had nothing to do with Dasuki while he was in office and could not even remember meeting him during the period.

Armsgate: Ohanaeze Declares Nwobodo Persona Non Grata

The Ohanaeze Ndigbo on Tuesday passed a vote of no-confidence on former Governor of old Anambra State, Senator Jim Nwobodo over his reported involvement in the controversial $2b arms money.  They, therefore, asked the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to arrest him without further delay. Nwobodo, who was named by former NSA, Sambo Dasuki to have received N500m has defected to the All Progressives Congress, APC, a move many had described as a move to shield himself from EFCC prosecution.

I Was Not Involved In Ekiti Polls – Andy Uba

Senator Emmanuel Andy Uba representing Anambra South has refuted allegation that he was involved in the rigging of the last gubernatorial polls in Ekiti State.
DAILY POST recalls that the army panel set up to look into the activities of its men in the controversial election, submitted its report on Monday. Even though it remains unclear whether Uba was fingered in the report, it has been alleged at different quarters that he worked with the military and swung victory in favour of the sitting Governor, Ayodele Fayose.

UN Peacekeepers Scandal: Troops in CAR Paid 13-Year-Olds 50 Cents for Sex

Claims that United Nations peacekeeping troops have been sexually abusing young girls in Central African Republic (CAR) continue to emerge - bringing the number of cases brought against soldiers to 26.

The UN has asked three countries to investigate claims that four young girls were abused by soldiers serving in the Minusca mission. The victims have been interviewed by investigators from children's charity, Unicef.

The troops are accused of rape, sexual exploitation and transactional sex with young girls living in a camp in Bangui, paying them as little as 50 cents for sex.

6 of Top 7 Sex Reasons Why S3xual Intercourse Is Good For You (pain)

6) S3x relieves pain

Endorphins are freed during s3xual intercourse because of the heightened levels of the hormone oxytocin in the human body. This supposedly relieves arthritic and period pains, and more. Lower blood pressure is good for migraine relief.


7 of Top 7 Reasons Why S3xual Intercourse Is Good For You (Sleep)

7) S3x helps you sleep
Does it though? Would I be right in saying that this would depend on how long you're at it, and the length of time it takes, and maybe what's involved? If explosive s3x is included then wouldn't anybody be exhausted and ready to give it some shut-eye afterwards? S3x doesn't haven't to be full on and action packed for you to lie back when it's over, and nod off. In addition to relieving stress and pain, the oxytocin created during s3x helps you sleep better. S3x relaxes you, encouraging deeper, more restful sleep. Take this information on board, and not only will you see s3x as something you do, but now something that needs to be done to stay healthy and in shape. Show this to the wife and there may be no need for headache tablets again.