A High Court of Edo State Monday remanded a former secretary to the state government (SSG) Mr. Simon Imuekemhe for a N77.8 million fraud in the state Universal Basic Education board.
Remanded alongside the SSG were Joseph Emoabino, David Igbiniba, and Aghator Efea, former chairman, secretary, and Director of Finance and Accounts of the board respectively.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had recently arraigned the four former top government officials on an eight count charge of corrupt practices and other related offences. Continue reading
The Emir of Ngelzarma in Fune Local Government of Yobe State, Alhaji Mahammadu Mai Yeri Ibn Isa II, is dead.
The first class Emir was reported to have died in a ghastly car crash in Gerei, in Adamawa State. The Secretary of the Emirate Council Alhaji Abubakar Ibn Mai Yeri, who confirmed the death to newsmen in Damaturu, informed that royal father died in an auto crash which occurred around 2:00p.m., Monday afternoon.
Aged 49, the royal father was survived by two wives and 13 children. It was gathered that his father, whom he succeeded, also died in an auto crash on Damaturu/Maiduguri highway.
In August 2012, A suicide bomber tried to kill the Emir but failed. The bomber was noticed trying to get close to the traditional ruler. A policeman attached to the Emir however barred the bomber. Seeing that he might end up being prevented from achieving his aim, the bomber brought out a gun which had been concealed in his clothes. The bomb on him however exploded before he could open fire.
A new report says that the relatives of the missing plane could still hear the cell phones of their relatives ringing. Wow this is one mystery that needs to be solved quickly. I jokingly said maybe the Alliens took the plane just like we see in movies, but it’s not a joke at all. Below is a report I saw on dailymail UK:
The ‘unprecedented mystery’ behind the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370 deepened on Monday when relatives claimed they were able to call the cellphones of their missing loved ones.
These women protested on the 8 of March 2014, during the international women’s day. Below are pictures and Video.
WARNING +18 Continue reading
I will definitely say that this is the second step in the right direction after deploying plenty Nigerian army officials to the affected region to battle with the BOKO BOYS. I remember my open advice HERE on my Blog to seek international intelligence from experienced countries. My advice came after the Nigerians in London went to protest at the Nigerian High Commission in London. I am glad we are making a head way, so by the time I am fully and officially prepared to relocate to Nigeria (coming up really soon), the Boko Haram story will be a story of yesterday by the grace of Allah the all merciful and all knowing God!!!
Meanwhile I gathered that, Few hours after resumption of work by the new Minister of Defence, General Aliyu Gusau (rtd), there are strong signals that discreet moves are on to conscript what a top security source called “dark forces within Western intelligence agencies” to tame insurgency in North eastern Nigeria. Continue reading
Rescue helicopters were scrambled to investigate reports of a ‘yellow object’ spotted floating in waters near where contact was lost with a Malaysian Airlines flight with 239 people on board.
Vietnamese officials initially said it was thought the object could be a life raft from flight MH370, which disappeared without a trace on Saturday local time after leaving Kuala Lumpur. Continue reading
I confirmed this report you are about to read from a very close source to the Governor, and we thank God that perpetrators didn’t gain access into the Governor’s house.
According to reports, Armed attack by about 50 young men on Government House, Enugu in the early hours of yesterday was repelled by security operatives attached to the state seat of power.
There was heavy shooting by the security operatives comprising policemen, men of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, and soldiers who prevented the assailants from gaining entry into the official residence of Governor Sullivan Chime. Continue reading
If Nigerians are always being treated like Animals in some parts of SHIT countries they relocate to, I bet it’s time for some of these guys to realise that they are in the wrong place. Countries like Cyprus, Malaysia, South Africa, India,Thailand etc. For a very long time, Nigerians have had this stigma of being scammers, drug pushers, bla bla bla!!! The guy in the video you are about to watch, was said to have interfered in South African police affairs(whatever that means) and that’s why they stripped him naked in public and beat him up like a nobody.
Last year, a 27- year- old Mozambian cab driver, known by the locals as Mido Macia, was handcuffed to the back of a police van before being ruthlessly dragged away over the rough coal tar road in top speed. The driver later died in his cell as a result of heavy bleeding. Why do they treat other Nationals like this?