BURIED: Peaches Geldof Coffin Decorated With Heartbreaking Family Portrait

Pictures from Peaches Geldof Funeral egosentrik.com

A  family portrait can be seen on Peaches Geldof’s coffin, as her devastated friends and family paid tribute at the funeral service.

The coffin was painted sky blue and decorated with a picture of Peaches alongside her husband, her two young children and their pet dogs.

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Armed Robbers Raid 8 Streets In Lagos For Over 7hrs, Rape women and Set Cars Ablaze

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Reports has it that  about 60 heavily armed robbers raided the Mushin area of Lagos State on Monday morning. They operated on no fewer than eight streets and destroyed about 30 vehicles. 

According to a report from PUNCH, the robbers fired bullets for over one hour before robbing from house-to-house.

An eyewitness told Punch correspondent that: “It was around 12am on Monday morning that we started hearing gunshots. It lasted for about an hour. Around 1am, they started going from house-to-house, robbing the occupants. They stole about seven laptops from the house opposite this mosque. They stole phones, money and everything they saw. They came inside the mosque and took our phones and money. People were crying throughout the night. It was terrible.”

Another witness said the robbers were not in a haste. He said they robbed till 5am and came back at 6am to continue before leaving around 7am.

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Very Funny: “Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?” Answers From Nigerian and American Leaders

Oh my freaking God! This actually made me laugh like never before. Someone actually sat down to mimic how some Nigerian leaders and Americans would’ve answered this simple question in different ways, based on their style of leadership and public speech….Lmao

EGO is back ooooo, trying to put together the pictures from my trip to the PEACE GARDEN(#reflectionRetreat), then I’ll share with you guys asap. In the meantime, lets start today on a lighter note:

Simple Question: “Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?”

GEORGE W BUSH:
We don’t really care why the chicken crossed the road. We just want to know if the chicken is on our side of the road or not.
The chicken is either against us or for us, there is no middle ground here.

BILL GATES:
I have just witnessed eChicken2014 which will not only cross roads, but will lay eggs, file your important documents, and balance your chequebook; internet explorer is an integral part of eChicken.

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR:

I have a dream… and envision a world where all chickens will be free to cross roads without having their motives called into question.

GEJ (Goodluck Ebele Jonathan) Nigerian President:
I guess it’s a manifestation of our transformation agenda for fresh air. Meanwhile, we’ll set up a committee to look into that and probably grant the chicken amnesty.

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Kano State Gov Kwankwaso and His Men Sweep President Jonathan Out of Kano

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The picture tells a whole story about Nigerian politics in a nutshell….thank God for social media, atleast Nigerians will know and understand the mentality of people that rule them.

First the president received similar treatment after his visit to Imo state, where APC women party members swept his imaginary feet out of Imo, when he visited them for political rally. He has received the same treatment in Kano state after his political rally visit to the state.

TUFIAKWA!!!!

Cure For Ebola Virus In Nigeria Found Already?

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Last week, there were health fears over the deadly Ebola Virus which has killed high percentage of individuals who contracted the virus in some West African countries. The media reported that Nigeria is at risk of getting the virus from their neighbouring  Ebola-hit west African countries like Ghana. As usual, it just  became a mere health scare and no clear tangible plans to control it, that I know of.

One of Africa’s most powerful presidents, President Yahya Jammeh of Gambia, had ordered airlines to cancel all flights from Ebola-hit west African countries, as one of his strategic measures to curb the deadly disease from his country. Although, passengers were stranded, but I must say that he atleast has shown concern regarding the health of his Nation.

My question is….What is Nigeria doing as a preventive measure? How many of the Nigerian villagers are aware of how not to contact Ebola disease?

One thing I dislike about Nigeria is this, once certain things hit headlines, it just dies off naturally the next few days, and both the Govt and the citizens just go into relaxation mood until it becomes deadly!!!

Typical example is Boko Haram, they could have been wiped out when they started. International inteligence would have been sought after earlier than now. But hell no! We waited until they got out of hand, we waited until their sponsors imported enough ammunitions…we waited and waited until they started kidnapping young girls and killing bread winners of their respective families. We waited until they started killing women and children.

All that our leaders and Boko Haram sponsors seem to be doing is playing blame games of political opponents! PDP  pointing fingers at APC and vice versa, yet Nigerians fold their arms and are happy for these two political parties that have kept the Nation in bondage to carry on? When two elephants fight, who bears the impact?.

I have never voted in Nigeria in my entire life and never will until young vibrant people take over leadership. Because I know my vote won’t count as the elections get rigged.

I vote in the UK were atleast I could see some level of transparency!!! The moment Nigerian people from opposition parties are selected to monitor elections in Nigeria, it will become free and fair. All political parties will select a candidate to represent them at each polling boot. Heavy security prescence and international supervisors will be present to also monitor the activities, and by so doing, we can go forward politically in Nigeria. Me and my Dad’s political motto is simple: Politics without bitterness.

Ehen…back to Ebola virus matter! I found this article about how monkeys with the virus were cured in Canada. Shouldn’t African Presidents put heads together and fund the research to get the cure asap?

Read it below:

Canadian scientists may be on the verge of finding a cure for Ebola after an experimental drug “cocktail” apparently cured monkeys infected with the deadly virus.
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Photo: Fire Broke Out At PDP National Secretariat in Abuja

PDP National House Caught Fire

The National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, Olisah Metuh, has confirmed that some part of the PDP National Headquarters building, situated in Wadata House, Wuse Zone 2 Abuja, caught fire last night, however rules out any form of s sabotage, and insisted it was an electrical fault.

He mentioned that the fire started from an air-conditioning unit in one of the cabins and was promptly put under control by men of the Federal Fire Service.

Below is  a short statement by Metuh:

“The PDP rules out any form of sabotage or attack and hereby wishes to inform all our members and teeming supporters that the fire has since been put under control,’’

Obama Condemns ‘senseless’ Bombing In The Nigerian Capital Territory Today

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The United States through their State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki  condemned the bomb attack on a packed bus station in Nigeria which killed 71 people, and calls for thorough investigation.

We are outraged by this senseless act of violence against innocent civilians,” State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters, also condemning a series of attacks on three villages in Borno State over the weekend.

The bomb, which also injured 124 people, rocked the Nyanya station on Abuja’s southern outskirts as it was filled with morning commuters, leaving body parts scattered across the terminal and destroying dozens of vehicles.

“We continue to stand with the Nigerian government and people as they grapple with violent extremism,”.

 

President Jonathan; Alhaji Adamu Mua’zu; Governor Sullivan Chime In Enugu

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President Goodluck Jonathan; Alhaji Adamu Mua’zu; Governor Sullivan Chime and other governors and top government officials during thePDP’s South East Zonal rally on Friday.

Gov Obiano Swears In Commissioners and Special Assistants

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ANAMBRA State Governor, Willie Obiano, Friday inaugurated the state executive council of 19 Commissioners and 10 Special Assistants to enable him function effectively.

The governor,urged them to put in their best to meet the yearnings of citizens.   The appointees took oaths of office and allegiance to the admiration of the guests.

Below is a list of some of the appointees

 Chief Tony Nnacheta- Commissioner for Youth/Sports. He was a former boss of the Nigerian Football Association (NFA).

Tony Onyima – head of the Ministry of Information and Culture. He was a former Managing Director of Sun Newspapers.

Nnamdi Meko – Agriculture

Calistus Ilozumba – Works

Mrs. Azuka Enemuo – Local Government/Chieftaincy Matters.

NIGERIA: Police Officials Prevent Jobless Graduate From Committing Suicide In Uyo

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I hope President Jonathan, his advisers and all state Governors can now prioritise job creation across all Nigerian states in order to save the lives of the unemployed youths. The rise in crime and insecurity in Nigeria is because the Youths are not empowered to own their businesses or gain employment. Small businesses have no access to unsecured loans from banks etc.

Below is a report from Punch regarding the incident in Uyo Akwa Ibom state:

An unemployed engineering graduate of Ekiti State University, Mr. Sunday Omotayo, was on Wednesday prevented from committing suicide by the police and prison officials.

Omotayo, who caused a stir along Wellington Bassey Way, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State capital, when he deliberately jumped out of a speeding Toyota Hiace bus, expecting to be crushed to death by other vehicles, said he was tired of life as he had been searching for a job for the past 10 years after graduation.
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