Friday, September 9, 2016

Parents Protest Over LAUTECH Shutdown

Collision of parents of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology and Ogbomoso indigenes have taken to street to protest the long shut down of the institution.

Placards carrying parents, especially those of Ogbomoso, Oyo State indigenes stormed the Senate building of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology earlier today to pour our their grievances over the shut. They demand the Oyo State government take over of LAUTECH, calling for the evacuation of all students from Osun State origin.

9/11 Terror Trading: 15 years later (Lars Schall interviews Professor Marc Chesney)

Since this Sunday will be the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 massacre, I am about to post analysis of where the 9/11 Truth movement stands today. In the meantime, however, I am sharing with you a most interesting video, so interesting in fact that I decided to post it on the “analysis” section of the blog. Lars Schall has kindly sent me his interview with Prof. Marc Chesney, for which I am most grateful to him. Enjoy this thought-provoking video!

Pentagon Put Us General To Ukrainian Defense Ministry

Gen. John P. Abizaid (Photo: DoD photo / R. D. Ward)
According to head of the US Department of Defense, Ashton Carter, ex-head of the US Central Command, John Abizaid, will get the post of a senior adviser to the Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s officials.

Ex-head of the US Central Command, John Abizaid, will get the post of a senior adviser on defense issues in Ukraine, head of the US Department of Defense, Ashton Carter, said.

ISIS Burns 2 Turkish Tanks In Syria (Video)

Photo: YouTube / Ivanov
Islamic State (IS) terrorists hit two Turkish Sabra tanks with an export version of the Russian Kornet portable anti-tank missile system. As result, the tanks were destroyed, three soldiers were killed and four others were wounded.

Washington Gives Russia an 'Ultimatum' on Syria, Moscow Responds

On Wednesday, The Washington Post published an article saying the White House is at its wits' end, and has issued the Kremlin an ultimatum on Syrian peace. The paper noted that the Obama administration "expects a decision from Moscow in the next several days." The question now is whether the Kremlin will allow itself to be bullied into agreement.

My income was cut by one-third, I go hungry too - S.A to Pres. Buhari on Media and Publicity

Femi Adesina said this in an article he titled “After Ye Have Suffered A While.” The article read in part: Come, let us reason together. Father Mbaka, that fearless priest of the Catholic church, gave an illustration recently. There is hunger in the land, with people severely famished.

Moulders increase block prices by between 11% and over 30%

The new price regime for blocks is expected to come into effect immediately after the moulders call off their 5-day strike today. They went on strike following the recent increase in the prices of cement from N1,500 to between N2,400 and N2,500.

The moulders suspended operation the previous day to protest the latest increase in the prices of cement, granite and other construction materials, with a hint of their plan to raise the prices of blocks unless the prices of cement and other moulding materials were reversed.

Washington 'Does Not Plan to Give Turkey Full Control' Over Raqqa Operation

The United States will not carry out a ground operation in Raqqa without Turkey's involvement, but Washington "does not intend to give Ankara full control over such an offensive," Turkish MP Mithat Sancar of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) told Sputnik.