Thursday, 31 July 2014

Presidency gave girls, parents N22.4m – Chibok community

President Goodluck JonathanThe Kibaku Area Development Association (Chibok community), has explained that the Presidency shared N22.4m to the Chibok parents and the escaped girls that held a meeting with President Goodluck Jonathan on July 22, contrary to reports that N100m was doled out to the recipients.
The Chibok community leadership refuted allegations that it was given N100m to share to the parents and women, adding that it did not handle or receive any money from the Presidency.
The association in a press statement signed by its spokesman, Dauda Ilya, in Abuja on Wednesday, said that 63 individuals comprising 51 escaped girls were given N100,000 each, 51 parents equally received N100,000 each and another 61 parents got N200,000 each.

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Landlady’s children cut tenant’s private parts

YinkaA 35-year-old man, Yinka Offehin, is battling for his life at a private hospital in Lagos State after his scrotum was cut by the children of his landlady.
The Edo State indigene, who resides on Popoola Street, off Abaranje Road in the Ikotun area of Lagos, was said to have been attacked while sleeping in his room with his family members.
His wife, Bisi, who was with him when the incident happened, identified the assailants as Solomon and Damilola, the children of the landlady.
She said, “On Thursday morning, around 3am, while we were sleeping, we heard loud bangs on our door. We initially thought they were armed robbers because the house beside ours had recently been robbed.

Panic as DSS operatives fire gunshots in Osun

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Panic gripped residents of Osun State on Wednesday when operatives of the Department of State Service in about 50 Toyota pickup vehicles fired into the air as their convoy rode through the capital city.
The officials, some of whom wore masks, were fully armed and were conveyed round Osogbo in the siren-blaring vehicles.
They were also sighted in Iwo and surrounding communities of Osogbo.
Our correspondent observed that some of operatives, who sat on the roofs of the vehicles, fired gunshots into the air, thereby causing fear among road users.

New e-passport takes off Friday

President Goodluck JonathanPresident Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday inaugurated Nigeria’s new 64-page e-passport with a call on Nigerians to protect the image of the country by shunning uncomplimentary statements and actions.
Jonathan launched the traveling document shortly before the commencement of the weekly Federal Executive Council meeting at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
He and Vice President Namadi Sambo later took turns to be captured in order to be issued with the new traveling document. The new passport takes effect from August 1 (tomorrow).

Bombers attack Kano poly, Potiskum mosque, kill 16

(Pix 1) A vehicle used by two female and male bombers that tried to detonate explosives in Funtua, Kaduna ... on Tuesday. (Pix 2) Police detectives inspecting the site of a suicide bombing outside the Central Administration building of the Kano State Polytechnic, Kano... on Wednesday.
Pix 1) A vehicle used by two female and male bombers that tried to detonate explosives in Funtua, Kaduna ... on Tuesday. (Pix 2) Police detectives inspecting the site of a suicide bombing outside the Central Administration building of the Kano State Polytechnic, Kano... on Wednesday.
Another female suicide bomber struck at the Kano Polytechnic on Wednesday, killing two people.
There was however conflicting figures by government agencies on the number of those injured by the bomber who also died in the process.
While the state police command put the injured at six, the National Information Centre said 13.
Before news of the incident which occurred at about 2.30pm on Wednesday, there were reports that   Boko Haram insurgents killed 13 people in a   mosque and market in Potiskum,   Yobe State.

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

"Don't attack religious houses over political issues."-Hon Rotimi Makinde.

Treat religious houses as sacred places
-To commission a new church soon.
-Presidency must ensure free,fair and peaceful election in Osun state.
-Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola deserves a second term in office.



Nigerian politicians have been urged to accord  religious houses the deserved respect  devoid of desperation to acquire political power. Honourable Rotimi Makinde  representing Ife Central constituency in Osun state dropped this hint today during a friendly chat with journalists ahead of the official commissioning of the new church he constructed for victims of the mayhem launched in the ancient city of Ile-Ife in preparation for the 2011 general election. 

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