Thursday, December 1, 2016

First Class Graduate Who Died At Kano State NYSC Camp, Due To Negligence, Buried In Osun State


The remains of Ifedolapo Oladepo, the corps member who died in NYSC camp, Kano was today interred in Osogbo at her family’s residence. 

Many were not able to hide their feelings as the first class graduate of Transport management from the Ladoke Akintola university of Technology, ogbomoso began her final journey. 

She died on Tuesday at the NYSC orientation camp in Kano state. 

May Her Gentle Soul RIP

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Saturday, November 26, 2016

Ex-AWELGA boss seeks FIFA's help to unmask Joseph Izu's killers

A former Chairman of Ahoada West Local Government Council of Rivers State, Ikechukwu Obuzor has called on world's football governing body, FIFA, to suspend Nigeria from all competitions until the government orders the military to produce the rogue soldiers involved in murder of 3SC of Ibadan defender, Joseph Izu.
Izu was allegedly murdered by soldiers attached to the Joint  Task Force (JTF) based in Akinima while holidaying at his hometown Okarki in Ahoada West Local Government Area of Rivers State. Obuzor in a statement released in Port Harcourt said the appeal has become necessary as the Nigerian government is not doing enough to apprehend the culprits and secure justice for the late footballer. Parts of the statement read:

Angry Kenyan women beat up drunken men, say they don't satisfy them sexually

Angry women of King'eero village in Kabere constituency, Kenya, on Thursday, raided the home of a chang'aa seller and beat up four men. The group of women numbering about 50 rained slaps, kicks and blows on the drunk men during the early morning raid.
Members of Destiny of King'eero Women's Group, formed to monitor drinking joints in King'eero township, found the four men drinking at the home of a suspected chang'aa seller. The men fled to a nearby maize plantation following the ambush at the home of 50-year old Franco Okori.(pictured being questioned by the women)

"They said we were only there to sire children, give them food and wash their clothes, not control their happiness," said member Martha Wairimu. "Many young men have been affected as they normally flock the home on early mornings. They do notbring anything home but still ask for food."

Friday, November 25, 2016

Foreign planes combat Israel wildfires as arrests made

Foreign firefighting planes on Friday helped Israel tackle a wave of wildfires that have forced tens of thousands to flee their homes, as police announced a dozen related arrests.
Faced for the past four days with blazes across the country fed by drought and high winds, Israel received airborne assistance from Russia, Turkey, Greece and Croatia.
The flames in many places appeared to be easing somewhat despite the persistent wind, but a new fire erupted close to Jerusalem on Friday afternoon that the emergency services said was apparently started deliberately.
"Things can change and develop as we speak," police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld told AFP.
Support from France, Spain and others was due while a US Supertanker, considered the largest firefighting aircraft in the world, was expected to arrive Friday night.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel had also accepted pledges of support from Arab neighbours Jordan and Egypt, though the two governments declined to comment.
On the ground, Palestinian firefighters on Thursday night joined the Israelis, sending four fire engines to the northern city of Haifa and four more to the village of Beit Meir, near Jerusalem.

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Senate: Buhari has no plan to end recession

Senate said, yesterday, that President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration has no no economic blueprint to pull Nigeria out of recession.
The country’s upper legislative chamber gave the verdict during reconsideration of Buhari’s Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) and Fiscal Strategy Paper (FSP), yesterday.
The lawmakers also added that the president’s economic team is in disarray.
The legislators described the MTEF/FSP as shallow and empty and warned that if the documents are passed, as presented, they would have created room for the executive to present a faulty 2017 national budget.
Last month, Senate returned the MTEF/FSP to Buhari and in an October 19 letter, signed by Senate Leader, Ali Ndume, the chamber said it expected Minister of Budget and National Planning, Senator Udoma Udo Udoma to brief its leadership on some key issues contained in the documents.
Udoma did not turn up for the proposed meeting. The two documents, alongside the rejected borrowing plan, were returned to president Buhari.

Aleppo's people deliver powerful message to the world

From a city under seige, a group of people in Aleppo, Syria, filmed this desperate message to the rest of the world.
"Both Russian and Syrian regime air forces are intentionally targeting the civilian infrastructure," says Dr. Hamza al-Khatib, standing among a crowd of activists that includes doctors and nurses. "People are afraid to go to the hospital."
He estimates that  271,536 people are trapped in Eastern Aleppo, facing death from bombardment and starvation.
"The dysfunctionality of the world is responsible," he says.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

At least 40 killed in east China scaffolding collapse

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 At least 40 people were killed in a scaffolding collapse Thursday morning at a construction site in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangxi, state media reported.
A work platform at a power plant cooling tower being built in the city of Fengcheng came tumbling down at about 7:30 a.m., an official with the local Work Safety Administration said by telephone.
He put the confirmed death toll at 22 but the official Xinhua News Agency said that figure had risen to at least 40 by midday. Xinhua did not cite its source for the information and calls to local government information offices rang unanswered.
Xinhua said an unknown number of others were still trapped in the debris.
Television footage and photographs from the site showed iron pipes and wooden planks strewn across the floor of the massive concrete cooling tower.

Family escapes death as stray cow smashes car

Family escapes death as stray cow smashes car

Four members of a family resident in Aba, the commercial nerve of Abia State have reportedly escaped death by the whiskers as a cow believed to have strayed away from a herd rammed into their moving vehicle, smashing his car windscreen.
The incident, The Nation gathered happened along the road leading to 7-Up Breweries, off Ogbor Hill.
Sources within the area where the incident happened said that occupants of the vehicle, a Toyota Camry, with Registration number, Abuja FF 923 ABJ were unhurt except that their car’s windscreen was badly damaged.
They said that the cow believed to have strayed away from a herd of cow around the area suddenly emerged from a nearby bush and jumped unto the Camry heading into Aba, the heart of the commercial city.
“We came to clean our vehicles at the car wash; nobody knew where the cow emerged from. We only heard a bang when it (the cow) crashed into the car which was approaching the junction to head into town. The woman and her husband were trapped, we managed to rescue them unhurt,” eyewitnesses narrated.

Friday, November 18, 2016


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Monday, November 14, 2016

4 types of people who should never use ginger – it can cause serious health problems!

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Why do people use Ginger?
Ginger is a flowering plant loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds that hold incredible benefits for your physical and mental health. Its medicinal use dates back thousands of years to ancient China. The rhizome of the plant is the root that is typically used in cooking and medicine. (1)
Using natural remedies for common ailments can be an effective alternative to prescription medication. Ginger is an incredibly useful form of medicine, treating conditions ranging from poor digestion to inflammation, and heart disease. But it can be dangerous to some people. If you have any of these conditions, you need to stop using ginger immediately.

1. Underweight people

Ginger is known to aid weight loss for patients with diabetes, obesity, and hypoglycemia. A study found that treatment with ginger extract produced significant reductions in body weight and lipid levels. (2)
Ginger increases the pH of the stomach and stimulates digestive enzymes for its high fibercontent. (3) When the body efficiently processes bulky elements of ingested foods, weight loss can result.

Police teargas Shi'ites members staging protest in Kano


Police have reportedly teargassed members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria aka Shi'ites that are currently staging a protest in Kano over the continued detention of their leader, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky in DSS custody. The same protest is also holding in Gombe state. More photos from the protest after the cut.