Monday, December 8, 2014

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Monday, January 20, 2014

A middle aged man, Tuwanse Kabiru serving life sentence in kirikiri, on Saturday graduated with 4,308 students at the 3rd convocation of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), in Lagos.
Kabiru was sentenced to life imprisonment after he was found guilty of m****r. The prisoner who came in company of the prison officials was awarded a Bachelors degree (BA) in Human Resource Management.
 Unbelievable: Kirikiri Prisons Life Jail Inmate Earns Bachelor’s Degree
“I want to thank God for what he is doing in my life. I have always had hope in God and that is what inspired me to enroll . I was actually imprisoned after being found guilty of committing m****r and I have served 11 years so far.
I am still hopeful that things will turnaround one day for the better having achieved what I have today,” he said.
The Assistant Controller-General Nigeria Prisons, Chuks Afejue, hailed the courage displayed by the graduating inmate, saying he was the first to enroll and kick start academic activities at the prisons study centre.
According to him, this will prove to people that the prison is not just a dumping ground for those who seem not to have any more hope.
“The prison is a place where reforms and rehabilitation take place. Currently, we have a total of 48 inmates who are enrolled in all the four major prisons study centres across the country.
“It is an exciting exercise and we want to seize this opportunity to plead with the Federal government to try and temper justice with mercy, having achieved this feat. He pleaded on behalf of Tuwanse.
What do you think about this ?
Received this open letter from Nigerian Army email asking Nigerian celebrities to stop using Nigerian Military camouflage in their music videos and concerts.
Read below the Open Letter To Nigerian Celebrities from Nigerian Army.
“This is to inform the general public and most especially Nigerian celebrities to abstain from the use and abuse of the Nigerian Military
camouflage.
Several investigations were carried out and we noticed the camouflage is mostly been used by Nigerian celebrities in music videos, photo-shoots and concerts.
In this same videos and photo sessions, Nigerian celebrities like “Jesse Jags” smoke m*******a while putting on the Nigerian Military
camouflage. This is a shameful act and it will NOT be tolerated henceforth.
Other Celebrities have also been noticed putting on the camouflage at will. They include Iyanya, Wizkid, Davido, Tekno, Chidinma etc.
The military camouflage is not meant for the entertainment industry, It is strictly meant for military personnels.
Henceforth, any civilian found GUILTY of putting on the camouflage irrespective of their social status will be dealt with severely”.
OUR ACTIONS WILL NOT BE QUESTIONED.
Best Regards,
Nigeria Army.

Barca's failure to beat Levante in a 1-1 draw on Sunday has tightened things up even further at the top of La Liga and the Blaugrana could live to regret the dropping of these two big points come the end of the season.

With Real Madrid now only a point behind Barca, Spain's big two could find themselves chasing an Atletico Madrid side for some time if they manage to beat Sevilla in the late game on Sunday.

On only four occasions has a side stopped Barca from winning so far this season, to the names of Osasuna, Athletic Bilbao and Atletico Madrid we can now add that of Levante, who were excellently organised and managed to blunt Barca's attacking instincts and limit their chances.

- Pique saves point for Barcelona

Friday, October 4, 2013

Lagos APC, PDP In War Of Words Over Ownership Of Newly Opened ‘Tallest’ Hotel. The Lagos State chapter of All ProgressivesCongress (APC) has challenged the PeoplesDemocratic Party (PDP) in the state to apopularity contest by mobilizing Lagosiansagainst Governor Babatunde Fashola if theycan.Lagos PDP had in a statement on Mondaysigned by its publicity secretary, Taofik Ganiasked Governor Babatunde Fashola to declarehis assets just as it alleged that Fasholaowned substantial shares in the newlycommissioned N30 billion IntercontinentalHotel at Victoria Island.But the ruling party, APC’s interim publicitysecretary, Joe Igbokwe said if the oppositionparty attempts to mobilize Lagosians againstFashola, there is no doubt the people ofLagos will surely meet them on the streets.In a press statement on Wednesday signedby Mr. Igbokwe, APC said it is the height ofirresponsibility for PDP to engage indisingenuous lie peddling just because itlongs for a political position it can neverattain through honest means.The statement advised Lagosians to treat thestate PDP as an unserious bunch of gossips,who have shown no knowledge of governingLagos besides salivating on how to milkLagos.“It is horrifying, indeed, highly alarming thata party should shamelessly engage in suchdubious, irresponsible and callous peddling ofpuerile lies for the dubious profit it aims toharvest from this. The ownership ofIntercontinental Hotel is The Milan Group,which is a reputable company with longhistory of doing business and a verifiablecompany and ownership structure.”The statement further explained that thehotel, which is the tallest in thecountry, attracted some support from theLagos State Government and Wema Bankand wondered how it translates to Fasholaowning 60 per cent of the hotel.The party warned PDP that nothing will saveit from final extinction as it has nothing tooffer Nigerians after 14 years in power.-Daily Trust


OGENYI ONAZI SCORESSalvages a Point at Trabzonspor.Ogenyi Onazi netted the opening goalfor Serie A outfit, Lazio, who were on atrip to Turkey against Trabzonspor asthe Europa League entered Matchdaytwo Thursday night.The Super Eagles midfielder helped thevisitors gain a footing, in a contest which theearly stages was dictated by the Super Ligclub, netting a first-half goal to reduce a two-goal deficit.Trabzonspor were up by two goals throughYusuf Erdogan and Adrian Merzejewskigetting to the half-hour mark before theNigerian rang a wake-up call to hisfloundering teammates.Following a good passing move, Bryan Perea’sball invited Onazi to dart into the box andshoot home a composed finish past theonrushing Onur Kivrak in the half-hour mark.Trabzonspor increased the two-goal cushionwhen Paulo Henrique whizzed into the box tocollect Merzejewski’s pass before beatingLazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti.Ogenyi Onazi (L)Onazi almost scored a brace in the 57thminute when his rasping effort from outsidethe area was comfortably saved by Kivrak.With scores set at 3-1 and the hosts werealmost running away with victory with sixminutes left, Lazio’s substitute Sergio Flocarriscored a brace in two minute to help sharethe spoils for both sides amid a heavydownpour at the Huseyin Avni Aker Stadium.The draw leaves the sides level on four pointsat the top of the Group standings. Onazi’scompatriot Godfrey Obaobona was not listedby Trabzonspor.


PLANE CRASH: READ ShockingDetails As Eyewitness RecountOrdealAn airport taxi driver, MathewBabatunde who witnessed the crashnarrated how it happened.He said, “I was just passing the toll gate withpassengers in my car when I saw the aircraftcoming down.I even thought the plane will crash on my carthe way it was bent.My passengers immediately shouted at methat I should swerve the car. Immediately, Iswerved my car then I saw that the planewas struggling to go back up.It eventually hit a Mango tree behind SarahaTank Farm. Immediately the plane hit thetree, it divided into two and caught fire. I sawone man walked out with his leg, he wassupported by two other people. It took about20 minutes before ambulance came andanother forty minutes before fire servicepeople arrived the scene.“Those around, including Air Force, Arik andother Nigerians were helping to rescue thevictims.“I am not working again today, I want to goand park my car now. I am no longerinterested.”Another witness, Mrs. Chidinma Nwoke spokewhile crying, saying she was among the firstpeople who arrived the scene of the crash.She said “we tried to help the victims but thesoldiers and airport officials refused. They saidit is dangerous and that we were not wearingsafety boots.“It is horrible. I saw a woman who tried tojump out but she got hooked on the fenceand she died there. The fire outbreakconsumed most of them, including one manwho was almost out. That man would havebeen alive if the fire services were on groundearly enough. He was almost out of theaircraft but fire caught his trousers and thatwas how he got burnt”.“I saw a man who wore a white trouserwalked with his legs from the crash. He hadonly a slight injury on the head and wastaken to the clinic near the toll gate”.Another person who witnessed it, Mr. NasirRamon Olanrewaju, a senior communicationsmanager working at the headquarters ofUnited Bank for Africa (UBA), simply said, “Iwas at a private hangar waiting for a flight toGhana when I saw the plane, an Embraercome down at the airport. I saw it plungedinto a building, close to Tank Farm at theairport, close to toll gate”.Source: VanguardPosted by foluso on October 4, 2013.Categories: News Feed