Saturday, June 11, 2016

Clinton Approved Drone Assassinations With Her Cell Phone, Emails Reveal

Mirror mirror on the wall show me where the bombs will fall.
As Hillary Clinton climbs to become the first female major US party presidential nominee, more and more incidents from the notorious email scandal are being revealed. This time it turns out she used her cell phone to approve drone assassinations in Pakistan and many other countries.

According to a new FBI report, during 2011-2012, Hillary Clinton, who served as a Secretary of State at the time of events, used her cell phone to approve of drone strikes that killed as many as 1,000 civilians, including up to 200 children in Pakistan alone.

Mohammed Idiagbon: "Envious Colleagues Set Me Up" - UNILORIN Lecturer Says

A former Head of English Department, University of Ilorin, Dr Muhammed Idiagbon, who was accused of sexually harassing a female student of the school, says his ordeal is a set-up by his colleagues.

He said his co-workers, who were envious of his success and achievements, were behind the incident.

Idiagbon, who said this in a text message to our correspondent on Thursday, promised to give a detailed account of what happened in a press conference.
He said, “The allegation is harassment and not rape. It is a conspiracy; a set-up by my colleagues over my rise to stardom. I will address the media at the appropriate time.”

Ondo State Is Broke,I Can't Pay Workers, Mimiko Says.

Ondo State Governor Olusegun Mimiko announced on Thursday that the State government is “broke” and therefore cannot afford to pay the striking civil servants’ their salaries.

Mr. Mimiko announced this while addressing the protesting workers, explaining that the State treasury is empty and that the government is struggling to survive.

“So, we can no longer pay salaries, even when they are due,” the embattled governor said to the workers.

The protesting workers in a deliberate action had earlier shut down the entrance to the government house to prevent Mr. Mimiko and his convoy from entering the building.

How We Killed Colonel Samaila Inusa In Kaduna - Suspects Confess

The suspected killers of kidnapped Colonel Samaila Inusa, yesterday opened up on how they killed the later military officer.

The suspects were paraded by Kaduna State Police Commissioner Adamu Ibrahim.
Col. Inusa was abducted on the highway and taken away. His body was later found.

Prime suspect Emeka Okeke, 44, told reporters that they did not originally plan to kill the officer but he died during a struggle with the gun.
“Me and my group specialise in car snatching, we are not kidnappers,” Okoke said

Desmond Nunugwo Dies In EFCC Custody

Desmond Nunugwo, a suspect who was arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), over allegations of fraud, has died after spending six hours in EFCC custody.

Wilson Uwujaren, EFCC spokesman, disclosed this on Friday, saying Nunugwo was taken into custody on Thursday, but died a few hours later. Uwujaren said Nunugwo’s demise was confirmed at a hospital where he was rushed to after he suddenly took ill.