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Friday, 26 August 2016

How Innocent Nigerians Are Being Set Up And Executed For Drug Trafficking

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Sometimes I wonder if Nigerians are been set up in Indonesia for drug trafficking or if all of them are guilty of that crime that was committed.

Its something worth taking a close look at.
Nigerians should take a close look at the executions taking place in Indonesia because some of these guys might be forced or pressurized to admit crimes that they didn’t do. We should always look at things both ways before placing judgement on Nigerians in Indonesia.
If Indonesians wants to get rid of Nigerians from their country, they should just come out plain. I don’t trust them. if I would advised, Nigerians should avoid traveling 2 Indonesia for any purpose.

The executed convicts, Michael Titus Igweh, Nonso Kingsley Okonkwo and Humphrey

Statement On Video Circulating About Nigerian High Commission, Ottawa, Canada

Read the statement below...
The attention of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa has been drawn to an old CBC video circulating on social media creating an impression that Nigerians in Canada go through hell in securing a new Nigerian Passport. This is not true.
The video in circulation was broadcast on CBC in 2013 and the High Commissioner to Canada at the time, the late Amb. Ojo Maduekwe diligently dealt with the issue then to strengthen the structure of the Passport Section of the Nigeria High Commission, in Ottawa, making it possible to obtain passports in less than a day in Ottawa.

The lady who was at the helm of affairs in Immigration section at the time was asked to

I Almost Gave Up On Acting But Look At Me Now – Omoni Oboli

For award-winning Nollywood actress, director and producer, Omoni Oboli, life hasn’t been a bed of roses as she almost packed her bags when she returned to Nollywood years ago.

The actress who decided to take a break from acting in 1996 to complete her studies and to give birth to three boys returned to Nollywood in 2009 only to see there was practically no place for her in the industry.

The delectable actress had to show doggedness and resilience in a bid to show that quitting is not on the menu for her. "I did Figurine and Anchor Baby shortly after I came back, the two movies made weighty impacts in the then returning cinema culture," Omoni recounts.
Despite the fact that she was making a re-entry into the industry, she turned down scripts

Hillary Clinton’s Connection To Nigerian Tyrant Sani Abacha

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A senior official of the Clinton Foundation, the politically well-connected charity started by former US President Bill Clinton, sought State Department favors for Gilbert Chagoury, the Nigerian-Lebanese businessman convicted of helping former head of state Sani Abacha steal billions of public dollars. 
The revelations, contained in a 2009 exchange of emails between Clinton Foundation executive Doug Band and two senior State Department officials during Mrs. Clinton’s time as Secretary of State, raise new questions about the relationship between the Foundation and the Clinton State Department that is currently a subject of intense debate in the US presidential campaigns.
In this US presidential election year, these developments are fueling accusations by the

Man Who Was Arrested For Naming Dog Buhari Says " Going To Prison Was A Golden Moment For Me"

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40 year old Chinakwe Joachim Iroko who was arrested and arraigned for naming his dog Buhari, says his stay at the Ibara prison in Ogun state was a golden moment for him. He fulfilled his bail condition yesterday and was released from prison custody...
“I am so happy. It is a joy to me. I have missed my family; that was most painful. Prison is a place to experience in one’s life. It is like a rehabilitation home: you learn many things there and there are many people you may not have the opportunity to talk to. But in prison, you will sit down with them and discuss.
There are many things you take for granted, but when you go to prison you know there is law. The only thing I am regretting about my coming to prison is the intimidation from the Hausa community. Going to prison is a golden moment for

President Buhari's Reaction To Dog Named After Him...

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...So a dog was named Buhari and all hell broke loose with some people even saying Buhari the President Ordered the arrest and detention of Buhari the dog's owner....
Media spokesman Garba Shehu in these tweets explains what the Presidents reaction is....

Thursday, 25 August 2016

Photos: Moment 10-Year Old Girl Is Pulled Alive From Rubble Of Italy's Earthquake After Being Trapped For 17 Hours

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This is the moment a little girl was pulled alive from the rubble of the apocalyptic Italian earthquake.

The 6.2 magnitude quake which struck early on Wednesday morning has claimed the lives of at least 159 people.

The 10-year-old girl was rescued after spending 17 hours buried under rubble in the devastated town of Pescara del Tronto.

The incredible moment was caught on camera as one rescuer is heard saying: "You can hear something under here. Quiet, quiet."

Another rescuer shouts into the darkness: "Come on, Giulia, come on, Giulia. ... Watch your head."

The gathered crowd erupted into cheers as the child was pulled from the debris, covered in

Moby’s Epic Takedown On This Tacky Donald Trump’s Family Picture Goes Viral

World-famous musician Moby took to Facebook to analyze the now infamous picture of Donald Trump and his family in their outrageously gaudy home.

Moby brings up some amusing points, but there’s much more here than meets the eye. Once you really look at it, the little details really sink in, and makes for a very introspective portrait of the Trump family.

We must go deeper.
Trump has bought his child toy limousines, so that the boy may play at pretending to sit in the back of an unnecessarily extravagant vehicle while servants ferry him about, teaching him at a young age the others exist only to serve him. The listless, heavy eyes of the stuffed lion weep with sadness, perhaps mourning how many magnificent beasts of the savanna the boy will grow up to slaughter, if he follows in the footsteps of his brothers. The glare of the

Photos: When The Baker Becomes The Bride! Olamide Of 'Sweet Indulgence' Shuts Down Instagram With Her Wedding Cakes

The wedding of popular baker, Olamide of 'Sweet Indulgence' who got married to her lover on saturday has been trending for weeks now and it's all because of the amazing cakes she used for both the traditional and white wedding.

Here's the story behind the traditional wedding cake
"The inspiration behind this cake ....well i tried to incorporate some elements peculiar to our own ceremony ..i love blings and we love the design of the ring from @eternalgems_ng , the beads from @perfectmelange was also incorporated into the design ,Of course not forgetting the Holy bible ..we the yorubas love music hence the talking drum , the palm wine beside it is peculiar to people from the south south ...The big suspended luggage is for me , the bride leaving Lagos to Akwaibom of course with my aso oke from @eviritasooke and shoe from

Tears As Libya Deports 241 Nigerians, Arrive Lagos

About 241 Nigerians, who were stranded in Libya, have been repatriated to the country. It was learnt that the returnees arrived in the country on Tuesday around 3.45pm through the Muritala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos.

The worried-looking Nigerians were received by officials of the National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, who assisted them with food and transport fares.

Some who were sick, were taken to Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja, for treatment.

NEMA Spokesperson, South-West zone, Ibrahim Farinloye, said the returnees had been dispatched to their various destinations.

He explained that of the 241 repatriated, 174 were males while 67 were females.