Thursday, February 18, 2016

‘Senator Sheriff Is Substantive, Not Acting National Chairman’ - PDP

Read the press statement below...
The leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) wishes to draw the attention of the media and members of the public that His Excellency, Senator Ali Modu-Sheriff is substantive and not acting National Chairman of the PDP as being erroneously rendered by a section of the media.

EFCC seeks court's order to seize all Tompolo's properties until he appears


CHARGE NO: FHC/L/553C/2015




Photo: 13yr old Urhobo Girl allegedly kidnapped, forcely converted and married off by Hausa Muslim Lover in Bayelsa

A Hausa Muslim man identified as Yunusa from Kano state, has been accused of kidnapping and forcefully converting and marrying off 13 year old Urhobo girl, Ese Rita Orur pictured above.

According to The Sun, Yinusa who resides in Opolo, Yenagoa, had abducted Ese on August 12th 2015 and eloped with her to Kano and has refused to allow her return home.

Buhari appoints Tolu Ogunlesi as his SA on Digital/New Media

President Buhari has appointed Journalist and Blogger, Tolu Ogunlesi, as his Special Assistant on Digital and New Media. Senior Special Assistant to President Buhari on Media and Publicity, Shehu Garba, announced this in a statement released this evening. Congrats Tolu. See the statement below...

Mob Wives' Big Ang dies at age 55 after battle with cancer

 After giving it her all, Angela "Big Ang" Raiola has lost her battle with cancer. The Mob Wives star passed away early Thursday morning at about 3am. She was 55 years old.

"It is with sad regret that we inform you that at 3:01 a.m. Angelia Raiola peacefully ended her battle with cancer, and was called home," the statement, which was posted on Twitter, read. "She was surrounded by nothing but love from her immediate family, and the closest friends. YOU, (her fans) were some of the most special people in the world, and she loved you immensely. Thank you for your love, prayers, and unconditional support of Angela right to the very end."

New PDP Chairman, Ali Modu Sheriff, will work for APC- Kano state governor

Kano state governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje says the newly- National Chairman of PDP, Ali Modu Sheriff, will work for the APC going by his “antecedents”. Ganduje said this while addressing newsmen in Abuja today February 18th. He dismissed the threat made by the PDP Chairman in Abia yesterday that the PDP will regain control of Aso Rock in 2019

Russia Is Fed up With NATO-MSM Complex False Flag Attacks (Video)

The Russian MoD spokesman aptly exposed the total rubbish coming from the US military and western mass media

Just imagine, Russia offers the US and NATO cooperation, even supplying mission details and targeting maps, yet in return have one of their pilots shot out of the sky and US A-10s bombing behind Russia's back only to be blamed for it all after the fact.

Syria: Déjà vu

by Kakaouskia
Greetings to the Saker community and readers.
Let us imagine that we are tasked with producing a sequel to the 1990s masterpiece “First Gulf war”, this time to be filmed in Syria.
We will definitely need a villain; lucky for us we have two: Vladimir Putin and Bashar Al Assad. Throw in a criminal organisation – let’s call them ISIS – for good measure and the cast is ready as the good guys are again the same. This is after all part of the franchise.
Now for the plot. Hmm, first we need drama. How it was done the first time? Ah yes, the Nayirah testimony at the UN. This time though Nayirah got a bit old to be a protagonist, so we should useNadia Murad to testify.
Also how about a hospital bombing? Perhaps two? How about five on a single day? I have a better idea – how about showing a video of babies in incubators suffering?
If all the above sound familiar, then you are not mistaken. The events of the last 48 hours in Syria leave a bitter case of Deja vu to anyone old enough to remember how support was rallied for the First Gulf war.

Blast Occurs Next to Military Convoy in Southeastern Turkey

An explosion occurred next to military convoy on the road to Diyarbakir, at least seven people are reported dead, Haberturk reports.

A homemade explosive device detonated near a military convoy in the country’s southeastern province of Diyarbakir with reports of injuries, Haberturk news portal reported Thursday citing military sources.

Husband of Nigerian s3x worker found dead had no idea she was a call girl, 'I thought she was making money from hair extensions'

Estranged husband of Nigerian-born Jessica McGraa revealed that she hid her double life as a £220-an-hour call girl from him.  Gareth McGraa, 56, believed that Jessica, 37, was making money to fund the high life she loved by selling hair extensions. Gareth told of his grief at her death – and his hurt that she had deceived him.