Wednesday, August 17, 2016

George Soros’ Open Society Foundation unmasked in a major leak

By Dave

A leak of private documents of George Soros’ Open Society Foundations has been released, courtesy of DC Leaks.
George Soros is known to be involved in pretty much any revolution or coup around the world as well as heavily influencing politics. But these leaks provide direct evidence and show how deep and serious his involvement is. Here’s a quick analysis of what one can find.

Man allegedly poisons neighbour’s pot of soup with 'sniper' - The Nation .

Gordon Daniel has been arrested over an alleged attempt to kill his neighbour’s family over electric bill disagreement. Daniel, a resident of Ajegunle, Lagos State, was accused by Saidat Shakiru of putting 'sniper,' an insecticide, in a pot of soup she was cooking on Tuesday.

FG approves four oil wells for Lagos, to commence payment of 13% derivation fund

The Federal Government today announced that four out of the five Aje oil wells have been approved for production of crude oil in Lagos. A team led by the Chairman of the Indices and Disbursement Committee of the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC), Aliyu Mohammed, paid a courtesy visit to Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, at the Lagos House, Ikeja.

Russia Uses Airbase in Iran as a Safeguard Against 'Satellite Surveillance'

Russia decided to use the Hamadan airfield in Iran to prevent terrorists from spying on its strategic aircraft taking part in the Moscow-led counterterrorism operation in Syria, the Vzglyad newspaper asserted.

The business daily maintained that spying appears to have become a major issue since some radical groups fighting in Syria have lately succeeded in hiding from incoming Russian airstrikes. This, according to the media outlet, seems to indicate that someone has been tracking Russian strategic aircraft and sharing this information with the militants.

Trader arrested for naming pet dog ‘Buhari’

By Emma Nnadozie, Crime Editor Sango-ota—A 30-year-old trader has been arrested by the police in Ogun state for naming his pet dog ‘Buhari.’ The trader, Joe Fortemose Chinakwe, of No 10, Omikunle Street, Sango-Ota, Ogun State, was reportedly arrested last weekend, after one of his neighbours of Northern extraction complained bitterly that he named his dog after his father, Alhaji Buhari.

3 pilgrims arrested in Saudi Arabia with cocaine

Today, the Saudi Arabia security operatives in Madina arrested three pilgrims from Kwara State for alleged possession of substance suspected to be cocaine. While confirming the news, the Executive Secretary, Kwara Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board, Fatima Abolore-Jimoh, said the Saudi Arabian law would certainly take its course.