Saturday, March 28, 2015
APC Presidential candidate Gen. Buhari and his wife Aisha pictured at his hometown, Daura in Katsina state this morning doing their accreditation.
President Jonathan and his wife Patience pictured at their polling unit in Otuoke, Bayelsa state this morning. President Jonathan is yet to be accredited following the failure of the card reader. The INEC officer tried reading President Jonathan's PVC but it failed after which Patience Jonathan's PVC was tried with no positive outcome.
The former VP and former president were seen at their polling units this morning getting accredited.
Friday, March 27, 2015
Photo of Germanwings killer pilot. Was receiving psychiatric treatment until the day he crashed plane
Pilot Andreas Lubitz might have been suffering a personal crisis at the time of the fatal Germanwings crash, it was claimed last night. Reports from Germany suggested the 28-year-old was struggling to cope after a failed relationship when he deliberately ploughed the Airbus A320 into the mountainside, killing his 149 passengers.
The theory emerged just hours after police investigating the disaster announced they had made a 'significant discovery' during a four-hour search of Lubitz's flat, which he is said to have shared with a girlfriend. Officers refused to reveal details of the potential breakthrough but insisted it was not a suicide note.
Find the EFCC press statement below...
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on March 24, 2015 arraigned Justice Unuafe and his son, Omorigho Unuafe, before Justice Lambo Akanbi of the Federal High Court Port Harcourt, Rivers State, on a 4-count charge bordering on obstruction, possession of fraudulent documents and obtaining money by false pretense.
Father and son were arrested by operatives of the EFCC upon intelligence gathered while investigating a reported case of internet scam.The duo who are jobless, were found in possession of Honda Accord 2004 model and an Acura ZDX, without document to prove how they got the vehicles. They also have an almost completed storey building located in Delta State . The accused persons decidedly refused to give the EFCC operatives the required information needed from them for the investigation.
Troops this morning captured Gwoza destroying the Headquarters of the Terrorists self styled Caliphate. Several terrorists died while many are captured. Mopping up of entire Gwoza and her suburbs is ongoing. More details later. GWOZA IS FREE - Defence Headquarters
The Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) has described as blatant lie the claim by the Enugu-based Catholic priest, Reverend father Ejike Mbaka, that his accounts had been frozen by the commission.
EFCC spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, stated this in an interview with Daily Independent in Abuja, yesterday.
His words: “There is no truth in the story and there is nothing like that. Our men have not frozen and do not intend freeze the account of cleric as he claimed.”
Thursday, March 26, 2015
A ballot box filled with ballot is pictured before being counted by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) at a polling station in Yenagoa in Bayelsa State
The People's Democratic Party (PDP) has alleged that the Master key of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Smart Card Readers may have been compromised by the opposition.
Femi Fani-Kayode, Director of Media and Publicity of the PDP Presidential Campaign Organisation, made the allegation at a news conference in Abuja on Wednesday.
Clare Burge thought that she had a good handle on her email, until she returned from a 10-day trip to Morocco in 2001 to find 10,000 new messages in her inbox. Stress took over her post-holiday glow and Burge wondered why she had even bothered to leave at all.
Then in a moment of madness, as Burge called it, she decided to embark on a bold one-year experiment: she’d stop using email. She put an automatic response on her personal and work email accounts that asked people to call her instead. For Burge it was a life-changing moment.
The Super Falcons forward will make history as the first transferred African footballer to play in the WSL if fielded for Liverpool Ladies on Wednesday
Nigeria striker Asisat Oshoala will make her debut with Liverpool Ladies in the opening game of the English Women Super League against Sunderland Ladies at the Select Stadium on Wednesday.
The 20-year-old who is the reigning African Women Player of the Year became the first African footballer to join a WSL outfit when she completed her transfer from Rivers Angels.
The Cranes' forward scored the lone goal against the hosts in Uyo to maintain their history against their more illustrious opponents
Nigeria were defeated 1-0 by Uganda in an international friendly in Uyo on Wednesday, as goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama earned his 100th cap.
However, the 32-year-old's celebration was ruined as Miya Faruku sent the visitors to an unlikely victory against their more established hosts.
The Department of State Services has advised voters in Saturday’s election to be wary of persons who dress in “loose or bulky midriff clothing”.
This advice is contained in a statement signed by Marilyn Ogar, the DSS spokesperson, in Abuja on Wednesday.
The DSS also advised them to look out for “unattended bags, luggage, dustbins, strange containers and other suspicious items.
“Equally, they should remain vigilant in crowded environments before, during and after the elections and abide by all stipulated guidelines emplaced to ensure peaceful conduct.
See Gov. Rochas Okorocha Eating Cucumber In My Farm
The top comedian dressed in a very casual and chic manner to the Chronicles of Ushbebe which took place last Sunday at the Muson centre, in Lagos. Princess seems to have finally moved on from her failed marriage. No sign of a failed marriage radiating around her at all.
President Jonathan in a group photo with leaders of International Election Observer Groups, State House.
Chairman of the Independent Electoral Commission, INEC, Professor Attahiru Jega, Wednesday, said he has no regrets for insisting on deploying Smart Card Reader machines for the conduct of the general election, saying he knew that the decision would attract unwarranted attacks on his integrity as a person.
Would-be riggers the ones crying foul, says INEC boss
Jega, who stated this while unveiling the Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room in Abuja yesterday,, maintained that it is only those that hitherto nurtured plans to fraudulently manipulate the outcome of the elections, that have been crying foul over the introduction of the technology which he said would only add credibility to the electoral process in the country.
One of the pilots of the ill-fated Germanwings plane was locked out of the cockpit minutes before the aircraft plummeted into a remote region of the Alps, it was sensationally claimed last night.
Audio files taken from the black box voice recorder that was salvaged from the wreckage of the Airbus A320 reportedly indicate the pilot left the cockpit and could not re-enter.
While speaking today Wednesday March 25th at the PDP women presidential campaign rally in Oyo state, the first lady Patience Jonathan is quoted by Thecable.ng to have said that the APC and its presidential candidate plan to jail many people, including herself if they win the 2015 election...
“I want to tell you the people of Oyo state, you don’t need to listen to APC. APC is a spare drug; they don’t have material to quantify PDP material. You should know that they have been in government before; they were there before PDP, before Goodluck administration. If they come to Oyo, ask them, what do they have for you, not ‘I will, I will’. You were there; when you were there, what did you do for the people of Oyo state? “All what they did for you people when they were there was to send your fathers and your children to prison.
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
A Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered the the Nigerian Communications Commission and five others to pay the All Progressives Congress N500m for unlawfully shutting down the party’s presidential campaign fund-raising platform.
Apart from NCC, the other judgment debtors are Etisalat, MTN Nigeria Limited, Globacom Limited, Airtel Nigeria Limited and Visafone Communications Limited.
Justice Ibrahim Buba gave the order on Tuesday in Lagos.
CCTV Installed In Redeemer's University Hostels?
It seems the management of Redeemer's University, Ede has decided to take steps in monitoring students' activities outside school hours.
A student sent this picture to me that shows CCTV cameras being installed around their hostels.
Well what can I say?
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Breaking News: An Airbus A320 operated by Germanwings crashed today in southeastern France after sending a distress call
An Airbus A320 operated by Germanwings crashed today in southeastern France after sending a distress call. There were 148 people aboard the plane traveling from Spain to Germany.
4 KEY REASONS WHY WOMEN CARRY HANDBAGS? DO YOU AGREE?