Sunday, 30 December 2012

Akon dazzles his fans in Calabar.

 Wow!!!  this is very serious. Akon did the incredible in Calabar.

It all started like a big joke and Miss Petite was right there to bring you all the juicy details. Akon was in Calabar to perform at the Calabar festival along side Psquare, MayD, Jmartins. His performance was dope until a group of lawless boys started fighting somewhere in the middle of the UJ Esuene stadium. 
Akon noticed it and asked that they stop the fight or he would go through the crowd to where the fight was taking place. The boys were obviously engulfed in their thirst to shed blood that they didn't even listen.

  So, before you say jack Robinson, Akon just jumps in the mammoth crowd.His body guards were shocked and tried to jump in after him but they couldn't. Akon kept screaming"Lift me up..ama go out there,take me there"(na boat hin dey?)..Anyway, the crowd was too busy trying to rip off his belt..hehehe..and the left leg of his shoe the time his bodyguards got to him and brought him back on stage, his belt buckle was gone too.
 Akon didn't give up o. He kept insisting that they let him go over there and so, he went back stage and unknown to us, he had a balloon(abeg i dont know what they call it)..
He first stood on stage and before you know it, Akon jumped in the crowd, shielded by that balloon. It was the most amazing sight I've ever seen as the crowd kept throwing him around the stadium like a volleyball.
His body guards were running helter-skelter, trying to get into the crowd to steer him safely back on stage,but he kept going further to the excitement and shock of spectators. Calabar crowd rocks as they steered him safely back towards the stage and when he got back on stage and came out of the balloon. The crowd erupted in cheers.
 Now, that's some gangsta move...did i forget to mention, Psquare was peeping from behind the stage, with their mouths hanging open.(They no fit try am)lol

Saturday, 29 December 2012

Woman kidnapped and raped by 3 men for 5 hours on Chritmas day.

Three teenage boys kidnapped woman, 22, on Christmas, robbed her and raped her for five hours even after she vomited on them.

A young woman’s Christmas—and her life—was shattered Tuesday when she was kidnapped, raped, robbed and beaten in her own car by three teenagers over the course of five hours, according to police.
"You’ll get sick in the stomach," said Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood, before reciting the facts of the case.
Around 11:40 p.m. Christmas night, the 22-year-old victim was in her Jeep Cherokee, waiting for her boyfriend to come out of a nearby bar, when three men—one of whom had a gun—forced their way inside of her vehicle, Chitwood said. They made the woman move to the back seat and drove her around Philadelphia for hours, police said. One by one, the men took turns in the back seat, forcing the victim to perform sex acts, even after she repeatedly vomited on them, according to court documents.
The men hit her on multiple occasions and robbed her of her Coach purse, wallet, car stereo, cell phone, camera, GPS, ruby ring, diamond necklace, bracelet and her insurance-and-registration paperwork, according to police. After going through her belongings, the men realized the victim had a 2-year-old daughter and they threatened her life and the child’s life if she said anything to authorities. They then parked the car at Long Lane near Marshall Road, told the victim they would throw the keys under the car and fled on foot.The woman waited for several minutes, grabbed her keys and drove to her boyfriend's house, and they both went to the police station.
In a bizarre twist, authorities took less than an hour to track down the alleged attackers after police were called to an Upper Darby home to respond to a disturbance. A woman had called 911 saying a teenager staying over at her house with her son was bragging about having a gun. When officers, who knew about the vicious rape, arrived at the home, they discovered four teens—two of whom were the woman’s sons and one of whom, Kevin Jones, said he was a friend of the woman’s sons who stayed at the house so he could illegally attend Upper Darby High School, police said. The fourth teen at the scene, Kewon Matthews, said he was a friend to Jones, according to police.
Inside the house, the observant officers spotted a Coach handbag that matched the one stolen from the rape victim, Chitwood said. After confirming with the woman in the house that the bag was not hers, police opened it and found some of the victim’s stolen items inside. The victim was then brought to the house where she identified Matthews and Jones, both 17, as two of her attackers, Chitwood said. The sons of the woman who owns the house were questioned but not charged with any crimes. After the arrest of Matthews and Jones, police were able to identify the third suspect as Brehon Rawlings, 19, of Yeadon, Chitwood said. Rawlings was found hiding in the bathtub of his home around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, police said.
All three men were charged as adults with kidnapping, rape, robbery and related offenses and are being held on $500,000 bail each. They are scheduled for a preliminary hearing on New Year’s Eve day.

Friday, 28 December 2012

Delhi gang-rape victim dies in hospital in Singapore

The Mount Elizabeth hospital in Singapore, where the victim was being treated  
The victim died in the early hours of Saturday morning, a hospital official said
A female student gang-raped on a bus in India's capital Delhi has died at a Singapore hospital, doctors say.
The 23-year-old had arrived in Singapore on Thursday after undergoing three operations in a Delhi hospital.
The attack earlier this month triggered violent public protests in India that left one police officer dead.
As news of the student's death spread across social media in India, police sealed off large parts of central Delhi and appealed for calm.
The BBC's Sanjoy Majumder tweeted that the centre of Delhi resembled a fortress, with armed police and riot troops maintaining a heavy presence.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said he was "very saddened" and promised to channel "emotions and energies" into a course of action.
Six men have been arrested and two police officers have been suspended following the 16 December attack.
A statement from the hospital said the woman "passed away peacefully" early on Saturday with her family by her side.
"The patient had remained in an extremely critical condition since admission to Mount Elizabeth Hospital," hospital chief executive Kelvin Loh said.
India's High Commissioner to Singapore, TCA Raghavan: "We extend our condolences to the family"
"She had suffered from severe organ failure following serious injuries to her body and brain. She was courageous in fighting for her life for so long against the odds but the trauma to her body was too severe for her to overcome.
"We are humbled by the privilege of being tasked to care for her in her final struggle," Mr Loh said.
A team of eight specialists had tried to keep the patient stable, but her condition continued to deteriorate over the two days she was at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, he added.
Officials from the Indian High Commission were also present when the patient passed away. The Indian home minister said the government had decided to send the victim overseas on the recommendation of her doctors.
Arrangements are being made to take her body back to India, said Indian high commissioner to Singapore TCA Raghavan.
"The requisite formalities for sending the body are being completed. The deceased and family members to be flown out in a chartered aircraft later today," Mr Raghavan said.
In a statement issued in Delhi, Prime Minister Singh said: "It would be a true homage to her memory if we are able to channelise these emotions and energies into a constructive course of action.
"The need of the hour is a dispassionate debate and inquiry into the critical changes that are required in societal attitudes.
"Government is examining... the penal provisions that exist for such crimes and measures to enhance the safety and security of women. I hope that the entire political class and civil society will set aside narrow sectional interests... to help us all reach the end that we all desire - making India a demonstrably better and safer place for women to live in."
Rising anger The victim and her friend had been to see a film when they boarded the bus in the Munirka area of Delhi, intending to travel to Dwarka in the south-west of the city.
Demonstrators shout slogans as they are surrounded by the police during a protest rally in New Delhi The woman's case has sparked public debate as well as several days of protests across India
Police said she was raped for nearly an hour, and both she and her companion were beaten with iron bars and thrown out of the moving bus and into the street.
On arrival at the hospital in Singapore, doctors said that as well as a "prior cardiac arrest, she also had infection of her lungs and abdomen, as well as significant brain injury".
The government has tried to halt rising public anger by announcing a series of measures intended to make Delhi safer for women.
These include more police night patrols, checks on bus drivers and their assistants, and the banning of buses with tinted windows or curtains.
The government has also said that it will post the photos, names and addresses of convicted rapists on official websites to shame them.
It has set up two committees - one looking into speeding up trials of cases involving sexual assaults on women, and the other to examine the lapses that might have led to the incident in Delhi.
But the protesters say the government's pledge to seek life sentences for the attackers is not enough - many are calling for the death penalty.
Since the Delhi incident, several cases have been highlighted of authorities failing to respond to reported rapes.
On Wednesday, a woman committed suicide in the state of Punjab, after having tried to report to police a rape which allegedly took place last month, local media reports said.
At least one police officer involved in the case has been sacked, according to local officials.
Are you in India? Have you been affected by the issues raised in this story? Did you go on a protest after the attack on the female student? Please send us your comments using the form below.

Kogi State Governor Idris Wada, Involved In A Ghastly Car Accident.

 Governor Idris Wada of kogi state was on Friday involved in a ghastly motor accident along Ajaokuta-Lokoja road on his way to Lokoja, the state capital, after attending the annual Igala education summit held at the Kogi State University, Anyigba.
Eyewitness inform that the governor’s convoy, which was on high speed in order to meet up with another assignment in Lokoja on getting to Emi-Woro village in Ajaokuta local government area of the state, about 12 kilometer to the state capital when one of the tyres of the staff jeep suddenly bust off, causing it to somersault three times and multiple crashes by all the vehicles in the convoy.
"In the process the jeep driver lost control and ended up in a ditch leading to the death of the governor Aide-de-camp [ADC], Idris Mohammed, an Assistant Superintendent of Police [ASP] who died on the spot."
Other members of the governor’s aides who were on the convoy immediately rushed the governor to the state specialist hospital where the governor was taken into the emergency care unit for treatment.
However, newsmen were prevented from having access to the governor and to know his state of health as heavily armed security agents were deployed to the hospital.
Also in Government House, heavily armed security agents were also on guard preventing both workers and newsmen from entering the complex. Those allowed to enter the office were close aides of the governor and all of them declined to talk to the press.
But sources close to the hospital informed reporters that in order to save the life of the governor, doctors advised that he should be taken to National Hospital, Abuja for urgent treatment.
Immediately after this information was divulged, a Kogi state government house ambulance with registration number KG33 was seen driving toward the emergency unit. Within a minute, security agents took over the unit preventing newsmen from taking pictures of the governor until he was taken into the ambulance and driven out with high speed to Abuja.
Meanwhile, the State Commissioner for Information, Alhaji Bologi Yabagi has confirmed the incident. In a press statement, Yabagi said the governor survived the road mishap and is in a stable condition.
He explained that Wada was taken to Abuja in order to rest and also receive better medical treatment.
Reports reaching us say that governor Idris Wada of Kogi State may have lost one of his legs in the fatal road accident that immediately killed his aide.
Doctors at the Lokoja Specialist Hospital, where Mr. Wada received first aid treatment, say his leg is "totally broken".
The governor was brought into the intensive care unit with a severely fractured femur, a senior government official said. He added that the doctors said the governor is in good condition and did not sustain major head or spinal cord injuries.
"There is hope," he said.
The state government arranged for a helicopter which flew the governor to the National Hospital in Abuja.
The governor is in "serious pains," the aide, who saw the governor at the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital, said.

Social media: Five predictions for 2013

Social media: Five predictions for 2013

The big players got bigger in 2012, and they show no sign of slowing down. But Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram have company. Just don't bet on MySpace ever being an important player again.
(Credit: Illustration by James Martin/CNET)
When you think of social media these days, you probably think primarily of Facebook and Twitter, and perhaps Instagram. But while those services have massive -- and growing -- user bases, they're of course not the only games in town.
The world of social media is filled with other services, and millions of people get a daily fix without ever going near Facebook or Twitter. There are big general networks like Tagged, and plenty of smaller, purpose-built ones like Path or celebrity-focused ones like Lady Gaga's Little Monsters. There's even a revamped MySpace.
So what does 2013 hold in store for the world of social media? Only time will tell, naturally, but CNET put on its prognosticator's hat and took a stab at a few predictions for the year ahead.
1. MySpace relaunches; no one cares
If all goes as planned, sometime in the next few months a fully revamped MySpace will launch, attempting to lure in a hip, young audience with a media-centric theme and an ownership that includes celebrities like Justin Timberlake.
The company knows it will never again be as big as it once was, but launch it will. And the collective response will be crickets. Though MySpace's new senior management knows they can't compete with Facebook as people's primary social network -- they expect that it will be integrated with both Facebook and Twitter and focus on music -- it's still hard to understand why anyone needs a new MySpace.
After all, Facebook, with its Spotify partnership, already makes it easy to listen to and share music. And Facebook and Twitter both give musicians easy ways to connect with fans. So the entire rationale for relaunching a beleaguered brand whose raison d'etre has been superseded by bigger, stronger rivals, is hard to figure.
And users will come to the same conclusion. Though there may be a little bit of excitement as Timberlake and others lend their names and glamour to the new MySpace, that will quickly wear off as everyone realizes no one cares.
2. Twitter-Instagram photo rivalry continues to develop
A major 2012 story, which just happened to take place in the closing weeks of the year, was the intensifying battle between Twitter and its former ally Instagram. Twitter had seemingly hoped to buy the photo-sharing service itself, but saw its hopes dashed as Mark Zuckerberg swooped in with what turned out to be $715 million worth of cash and stock and bought Instagram for Facebook. In the process, Twitter lost its shot at a huge amount of revenue potential, not to mention being able to bring tens of millions of passionate and committed new users instantly into the fold.
In the wake of the Facebook-Instagram acquisition, Twitter began rolling out a set of fresh features that seemed intended to mimic the Instagram experience. That effort included making relevant photos show up atop Twitter search results; creating a more consistent mobile experience; and, then, most important of all, releasing its own photo-filtering tools.
But Instagram still boasts some significant advantages over Twitter when it comes to photo-sharing and creating and sharing artistic photography. Perhaps the most obvious is the extremely passionate -- and fast-growing -- community it enjoys. Still, Twitter has its own massive user base, and the potential to leverage it as its tools improve. Twitter needs to make its mobile photo experience even better and more focused than it is. It might even find that one way to attract more photographers is to add a photo tab to the current set of tabs: Home, Connect, Discover, and Me.
To date, Twitter has released eight free filters, and that number will have to increase and get closer to Instagram's 18. That would help Twitter users see photo-sharing as a major part of what they choose to use the service for. Twitter is a force to be reckoned with, but the key question is whether it can work rapidly enough to catch up to Instagram before it's too late.
3. Tout breaks out
In some circles, Tout is already a household name. The video-sharing service, which lets users quickly create and share 15-second clips, has become a favorite of athletes, news stations, and others. But many people have yet to even hear of it.
That could change in a big way in 2013. Though the company doesn't seem to spend much on marketing, it has a loyal fan base, which uses the service consistently and smartly and are known to see their Twitter followings go up at faster rates than normal Twitter users.
And why not? If a picture's worth a thousand words, then a short video must be worth far more than that. Tout is easy to use, and it's easy to embed a tout in a tweet, and who doesn't think a short video can say more than 140 text characters?
So far, though, despite being the service of choice for things like basketball star Shaquille O'Neil announcing his retirement, Tout has yet to break through. This could be the year that changes, as more and more people realize the value of creating and sharing 15-second videos. It turns out you can say a lot in 15 seconds, and as people learn that, they'll have a service at the ready to help them get their messages out.
4. Bigger bucks for Twitter
Almost since its inception, despite its rapid growth, Twitter has had to fend off questions about its financial prospects. It was always seen as a great service, but few could see how it would make money. Now its critics are quieting down as it has beefed up its advertising platform.
But investors have put $1.16 billion into Twitter, according to Crunchbase, and it's certain those VCs want the microblogging giant to step up its revenue machine. And soon.
How does it do that? It can continue doing what it began to get good at in 2012: getting brands involved, and deeply involved at that, while not making users unhappy by watering down the service with ads.
Plus, it could develop easier ways to place ads. Google became a financial juggernaut when it answered that problem, in part with self-service ads, and brands wanting to place ads on Twitter would surely like to have an easier experience. As well, Twitter needs new ways to make sales.
Fortunately, the company appears to take these challenges very seriously, and is investing real time and energy into how to take the next step. One advantage it has over Facebook is that mobile is just as good a platform for advertising on Twitter as the Web. That could bode very well down the line.
5. Facebook buys RockMelt?
Facebook has built a platform that offers users almost any tool you can imagine, from timelines to chatting to photo-sharing to groups, and so on. But one thing it doesn't have is its own browser, either for the Web or for mobile.
Google, of course, has a browser, Chrome, that it leverages to gather data on what people are looking for, to boost advertising, and generally to keep millions of users tied to Google in ever more ways.
While Facebook could build its own browser -- and could conceivably be doing so -- it could choose instead to buy one that's already developed and that has already proved attractive to users, as well as one that was created specifically to integrate well with Facebook.
To those who follow such things, that browser is RockMelt. Built as the browser for social, this Chromium-based tool is designed to easily work with Facebook and Twitter, yet it can also browse the Web normally. Its special sauce, however, is surely the way it seamlessly integrates social elements of Facebook.
As far as anyone knows, RockMelt's not for sale, and there's been no public indication that the company wants to sell, or has interest in selling to Facebook. But then again, RockMelt and Facebook share investors (Andreessen Horowitz), public relations firms (Outcast), and a sense that Facebook is at the heart of the social experience.
Bringing RockMelt in house would give Facebook a browser of its own, and one that might come at a reasonable price. Why would Facebook want to have a browser? Because it would suddenly have access to far more information about users' behaviors, and could potentially keep users inside an all-Facebook fence, and away from its competitors, especially Google. Plus, RockMelt has an iPad version.

Two Killed, Four Injured In Separate Crashes On Lokoja-Abuja Road

Two persons were killed and four injured in three separate crashes on Lokoja-Abuja Expressway on Friday.
The Federal Road Safety Commission stated these in separate posts.
It said two persons were killed and one injured in an early morning crash on Lokoja -Abuja Road at about 05:25a.m at Yagoji.
It said the driver of a Toyota Haice bus with registration number XA 838 EDT lost control of the vehicle and crashed it into a stationary MACK tanker registered as XB 974 EFR.
After the bus slammed into the truck parked off the road, two of the occupants of the bus died and one was injured.
The dead and injured were taken to the General Hospital at Kwali near Abuja.
FRSC indicated that the crash occurred as a result of driver fatigue.
On the same road, a lone crash involving a Nissan Sunny AH 405 ABJ as well as two men and four women left one male and one female injured.
The injured were taken to the General Hospital, Kwali for further medical attention.
In the third incident, FRSC said one woman was injured in a crash involving a Honda Accord with registration number AM 653 MAG at Gegu on the stretch between Lokoja and Abaji.
The two men travelling in the car along with the woman did not sustain any injury.

Thursday, 27 December 2012

Richard Branson - turn a weakness into a strength

How do you turn a disadvantage into an advantage? Having overcome dyslexia to become one of the world’s greatest entrepreneurs, this is something that Richard Branson knows a fair bit about.
It’s believed that the Virgin Group Founder is the only person in the world to have built eight billion dollar companies from scratch in eight different countries, that’s no mean feat. So, how was he able to do this after struggling so much with his studies?
“Back when I was in school, few people understood dyslexia and what to do for it,” explained Branson to The Washington Post.
“My teachers thought I was lazy and not very clever, and I got bored easily...thinking of all the things I could do once I left school. I couldn’t always follow what was going on. On one of my last days at school, the headmaster said I would either end up in prison or become a millionaire. That was quite a startling prediction, but in some respects he was right on both counts!”
The key was to use this perceived disadvantage as motivation to get out there and prove people, such as his headmaster, wrong – or right as the case may be.
“Whenever something goes wrong or you find yourself at a disadvantage, often the best way to handle it is to turn a negative into a positive. I learned this early on.
“Whatever personal challenge you have to overcome, you must be brave enough to accept that you are different. You must have the courage to trust your instincts and be ready to question what other people don't. If you do that, you can seize opportunities that others would miss. Believe in yourself, and use everything you can - including the obstacles - to propel you along the road to success. Who knows what you might achieve?”
Have you overcome any disadvantages this year? Let us know

ABU Professor Hyacinth Mbibu Shot Dead in Zaria

The Head of Department of Surgery, Ahmadu Bello Univeristy Teaching Hospital, Shika, Zaria, Professor Hyacinth Nong Mbibu was killed by unknown assailants on motorcycle this evening.
The professor was on his way home after attending to his patients at the hospital after 8 p.m when he was attacked.
According to a close associate, with his death Ahmadu Bello University has lost a very hardworking, impartial professor.
A nurse whom he gave a lift in his car at the gate of the hospital was also shot in her arm. She is presently on admission at the hospital.
For about eight years now, the late Professor Mbibu has been among the coordinators of the West African College of Surgeons. Sources at the hospital said that his students are extremely saddened by his departure as they knew him to be a very compassionate and hardworking professor.

Obasanjo’s house on fire

The country home of Nigeria’s former President, Olusegun Obasanjo at Olusegun Osoba Hilltop in Abeokuta, Ogun state has been damaged by a fire outbreak, which consumed the office building in the complex.
The fire started just about 20minutes after the former president left his Abeokuta Hilltop Mansion residence on Thursday. Photo by Dimeji Kayode-Adedeji
The fire which lasted for about 30 minutes was allegedly caused by a power surge.
One of the attendants in the house, who does not want to be identified, said that as soon as the blaze was noticed, men of the Ogun state fire service and the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps were contacted.
The inferno was reportedly brought under control.
The former president is said to be out of town.

Janet Jackson engaged to Qatari Billionaire


Janet Jackson has reportedly become engaged to Qatari billionaire Wissam Al Mana, whom she's been dating since 2010.
The 37-year-old businessman 'gave her a huge, expensive ring' and the 46-year-old pop star is so afraid it will get lost, 'she keeps it locked up,' according to Us Weekly.
Wissam is the managing director of Al Mana Retail, which represents A/X Armani Exchange, and he's a shareholder in the Saks Fifth Avenue.
Janet's wealthy beau plans on sparing no expense for their spring nuptials in Qatar, and 'he is flying in all of Janet's friends and family on private jets.
Culled from Daily mail

Wednesday, 26 December 2012

Good Governance Is Key for Africa's Development

We at the Africa Progress Panel consider good governance, both on the continent and across the rest of the world, as the key enabling factor for Africa's development. While we have seen great progress towards a more democratic and rules-based political culture since the early 1990s, advances have become patchier, and democratic recessions more frequent recently.
We have seen the return of coups and efforts by leaders to perpetuate their rule, including by abolishing constitutional term limits or outright election rigging. Add to this the rise of China as an investor who does not ask questions about good governance, and the situation has become worrisome.
Over the last decade, the African Union has created a number of initiatives to support the democratization of the continent and build the foundation for sustainable and inclusive development. Its most famous efforts, the Charter on Democracy and the innovative African Peer Review Mechanism, may not be able to prevent rogue behaviour by individual leaders, but they can help to set standards and open the political space to the majority of citizens. Unfortunately, both initiatives are currently going through rough times, with the Review Mechanism lacking a prominent champion, and the Charter still not ratified.

Are Christians More Dangerous Than Boko Haram?

Controversial Muslim cleric, Sheikh Ahmed Gumi, has declared that Christians are more deadly than Boko Haram, the Islamic terrorist sect which has killed thousands of people mostly worshippers in places of worship.
Gumi made this declaration on his facebook page. He also said some Christians have hidden under the guise of government apparatus to perpetrate the murder of many prominent politician of northern extraction.
Gumi also linked the insecurity in the country to the activities of unidentified Christians whose motives have been to take over the leadership of the country.
Below is the full statement from Sheikh Gumi's facebook page:
Any entity that employs unauthorized killing as a principle in achieving whatever goal it aspires is EVIL. Henceforth it is evident that the evil of terror is not confined to a small group of fanatical Muslims youth that employ the tools of terror to achieve their goals or revenge any perceived injustice against them or against Muslims as they claim. The Evil of terror is bigger and greater than that. The Evil of terror knows no boundary, religious, ethnic or racial. Evil killers are found everywhere.
For the Muslims, we are very fortunate that only a small fraction of misguided youth have recently adopted this evil ideology. Islam has seriously condemned the unauthorized killing of souls. The authority in Islam only belongs to a government duly elected by the consensus of the Ummah. We therefore see that except for very few instances, Muslims do not commit murder. The rampant murder committed in the west, is as a result of the irreligious life the west has adopted and bears little with the clamor of gun control. In Yemen, the populace is armed yet such murders are not an occurrence because Islam instills in the individual the discipline of self-restrain and control and forbids taking of one’s life and that of the others too. This cannot be said about the other religions.
The more deadly evil, is that evil that camouflage behind the ‘government’s security agencies’ to kill innocent people either to perpetuate power or score some political goals. For instance in Nigeria we have seen how some Christian elements in the Nigerian security apparatus have been killers of innocent Muslims leaders for political reasons. Such elements are deadlier evil than boko haram. They aimed to destroy the Muslims as a whole by decapitating their leadership thus exposing the Ummah to perpetual subservience. That is why, Ababakar Tafawa Balewa, Sardauna, Akintola, and Gen Murtala all went victims of these terrorist.
These similar terrorist are still the ones now that are supposedly ‘leading’ the war against terror or war against boko haram. It is a double edge sword of r them. Kill Muslim leaders and kill the youth at the same time all under camouflage. They are entrenched in the security apparatus. They are retiring good Muslims in the armed forces to enable them perfect their evil plans they started since 1966. They think they are in control because they are blinded by hate, rancor and evil, they cannot see that their evil is exposed and evident. They cannot see that Allah Has taken up the fight against them since their intentions are evil. Kaduna was meant to be devoured like Maiduguri when Allah The Al-mighty stroke.
They cannot see that you don’t guaranty your life by killing others; you do that by giving life to others. They fantasize that they can keep power by evil machinations whereas power belongs to Allah. Nigeria can only know peace and stability when such evil elements of the security apparatus are flushed out of the system instead of the good diligent officers. This is the deadliest segment that has been neglected and the public should know and watch. Evil will never prosper.
May Allah protect us all from all Evil.

Davido Slapped Again?

Davido a.k.a Omo baba olowo was given a slap not from a policeman this time but from King Saheed Elegushi. Yeah... King Saheed Elegushi.

It all went down at the after-party of the Dynamix awards which took place at Voodoo lounge, Elegushi beach. A reliable eye witness stated that B-Red was heavily drunk and was arguing with the King when Davido moved forward to touch the King. In a flash the monarch delivered a hot slap on Davido’s face and they were mercilessly beaten including Davido’s bouncer by the Elegushi guards.
Davido & B-Red amidst others later prostrated and apologized to King Saheed when they were corrected by a member of the Crew.

BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: Explosion Rocks Lagos, 1 Confirmed Dead, 40 Injured

Fireworks explosion rocked Lagos Island on Wednesday morning. The incident, which affected three buildings located at Okoya/Ojogiwa, Lagos Island, Lagos, occurred at about 8:00am. The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has confirmed the death of one person in the Lagos explosion. Ibrahim Farinloye, the NEMA South-West spokesperson, confirmed that one person died from the explosion, while 40 others sustained minor injuries.
Witnesses said the dead body - and it was confirmed as an 11-year-old boy - was recovered after the explosion.
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About 15 houses – mostly three-storey buildings – were severely destroyed by the explosion in the Idumota area of Lagos.
Firefighters are still struggling to put out the inferno.
A spokesperson of the Lagos Fire and Safety Services said that they arrived 30 minutes after the explosion, but the crowd at the scene hindered their operation.

More details later...
It was gathered that trouble started when a locked-up shop under one of the three buildings stocked with fireworks popularly called 'bangers' suddenly exploded and went up in flames.
The building is said to be located on Oko Awo Street in the popular Jankara area of Lagos, close to King Ado Secondary School.
Firefighters and rescue agencies were swiftly deployed on the scene and battled the huge blaze.
Within minutes of the explosion, the fire spread to a nearby building, sending hundreds of residents, traders and shoppers fleeing in the usually boisterous market area.
As a result of the explosion, it was learnt that the building which had the shop under it and two others adjoining collapsed.
Residents of the three buildings, who were still celebrating the Christmas festivity mood but were still on beds to witness the boxing day, were affected during the explosions.
A score of other residents were said to be currently trapped in the debris of the collapsed three buildings.
As at press-time, officials of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), fire service, police, Nigerian Security Civil and Defence Corps (NSCDC) and others had visited the scene for rescue operations.
The exact casualty figure is yet unknown, although many injured persons have been rushed to the hospital with serious burns.
Fireworks are banned in Nigeria.
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