Saturday, 17 May 2014


 This sinful act was committed in a L.G.A here in Nigeria  ,One Mr Emeka was
 caught just now by our close reporter,Our reporter said he was just caught
 sleeping with his own blood married sister in her husband bedroom just
 now,our reporter also explain further that Mr Emeka said that  the incident
that happened just now has been going on for the past 7years, 4months,2
 weeks and 3days now after her weeding early this month, Our reporter also
said that Mr Emeka also confess that he has   been sleeping with his own
 blood sister seems 2007 when she was just 18th years old till this moment he
 was caught, Our reporter also confirm that the husband just weeded the lady
 on the 3thrd of this month and the incident just happened now, WHAT WE ARE
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Thursday, 15 May 2014

National Confab Committee Gets Proposals To Create 31 More States

The National Conference Committee on political restructuring and forms of government on May 14, 2014, Wednesday, said it received 31 proposals from several states requesting the creation of additional states.
National Conference Members
National Conference Members 
According to a report signed by the committee's rapporteur R.I. Chris Garuba, it was discovered that 11 out of the total proposals received were from the North, while the others were from the South.
The rapporteur disclosed that there was also a proposal seeking to change the name of Adamawa state to Gongola state, adding that the South East zone submitted proposals for the creation of seven additional states in the zone.
The states are; Aba state (Abia), Orimili (Anambra), Adada (Enugu), Etiti (South East geo-political zone), Anim (Anambra and Imo), Njaba (Anambra and Imo) and Uguwaku (Imo, Abia, Anambra and Enugu).
The South West zone, who requested for six additional states are; Oduduwa (Osun), Ijebu (Ogun), Lagoon (Lagos), Oke-Ogun (Oyo), New Oyo (Oyo) and Ose (Ondo).
The South-South zone, who also brought proposals for the creation of five additional states are; New Delta (Delta), Anioma (Delta), Ogoja (Cross River), Sombreiro (Rivers) and Old Calabar (Akwa Ibom and Cross River).
Five proposals came from the North Central zone requesting the creation of Okun (Kogi), Edu (Niger and Kwara), South Plateau (Plateau), Okura (Kogi) and Apa (Benue), while the North East submitted four proposals requesting creation of Yemen (Gombe), Amana (former Sardauna Province), Savannah (Borno) and Savannah states (Borno and Adamawa).
Two proposals came from the North West, requesting the creation of Ghari (Kano) and Hadejia states (Jigawa).
She added that there are two other proposals requesting state creation that cut across single geo-political zone, adding that they are Confluence state (Kogi, Edo and Nasarawa) and Toru-Ebe (Delta, Edo and Ondo).
Meanwhile, if these proposals are granted and the states are created, the number of states in Nigeria would become 67. 
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Boko Haram Strikes Again: 2 Dead, Village Burnt Down In Borno

No fewer than two persons were reportedly killed in the night of May 14, 2014, Wednesday, during a fresh attack by gunmen suspected to be the members of Boko Haram sect in Ngawa Fate village, Borno.
Boko haram members
Boko Haram members
The insurgents burnt down all but two houses in the village which is a few kilometres from Maiduguri, the state capital.
One of the residents who spoke with BBC said, majority of the villagers had abandoned the village and fled for their lives when they got news about the impending attack.
Residents of Gamboru Ngala Local Government Area of the state said they heard large explosions but had no idea if it was coming from the insurgents or the Nigerian military and so they stayed indoors in the early hours of Thursday for fear of the unknown.
According to report, Boko Haram had attacked the Ngawa Fate last week, killing over 150 people, setting cars, houses and public buildings ablaze.
Despite the state of emergency in Borno and the number of Military men deployed to the state, the Boko Haram has continued to wreck havoc there.
Last month, precisely April 14, they attacked Chibok community abducting over 200 girls from their school and the girls are yet to be found.
However the people of Borno have decided to fight against the insurgents. In the early hours of May 13, local residents attacked Boko Haram members who tried to wreck havoc in the town of Rann, headquarters of Kala/Balge LGA of the state. They killed about 200 terrorists while about 35 were captured.
As Borno state continues to come under attack from the terrorists, President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday requested for the extension of the emergency rule in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa by another six months, a move which governors of the state have opposed.
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SHOCKER: Eto'o Labels Jose Mourinho A 'Fool'

Cameroonian striker, Samuel Eto'o, has finally replied Jose Mourinho for the comment the Portuguese made recently about his age.
The Chelsea manager appeared to poke fun at the Cameroon international's age earlier in the season when he was unwittingly caught on camera questioning the veracity of Eto'o's official age at a sponsors' event in Switzerland in February.
A comment many analysts believe suggested that Eto'o could be older than he claims to be.
Days after Mourinho made the comment, the former Real Mallorca player appeared to react in jest by celebrating his next Chelsea goal by holding his back in false pain, aping the manner of a geriatric.
* Eto'o celebrating after scoring a goal for Chelsea
Eto'o, who is now out of contract at Stamford Bridge, today slammed Mourinho for his comments, while also insisting that he can continue playing at the highest level for the foreseeable future.
"Today, I am 33 years old and it is not because a fool called me an old man that you must believe it," the Cameroonian told africanfootball.com.

"And you may have noticed that the old man was better than the youngsters. Some believe I am going to retire in the United States or in the Middle East, but I have regained the joy of the Champions League and I am going to carry on playing in the Champions League.
 * Jose Mourinho says he is not sure of Eto'o's age
"Where? I am not going to tell you."

Eto'o is set to feature at his fourth World Cup for Cameroon when the football show piece kicks-off 12th of June in Brazil.

"I am going to carry on playing because physically and mentally I feel great," he added.

"So I am going to go to this World Cup and to the next one when I will be 37. Some did it at 42, so I can still play at two more World Cups." 
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Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Soldiers Mutiny In Maiduguri

By Saharareporters, New York
SaharaReporters has learnt that soldiers from the newly formed 7th Division of the Nigerian Army today mutinied in their barracks against Major General Abubakar Mohammed, their General Officer Commanding. Two soldiers who spoke to our correspondent revealed that numerous soldiers shot sporadically into the air at Maimalari Barracks, which is also home to the Artillery Corps, the Ordinance, as well as army signals in Maiduguri.  
The 7th Division was formed only recently as a unit devoted to fighting the war against Boko Haram. General Mohammed was appointed as the GOC in February 2014.
One of the sources revealed that the situation was extremely tense, adding that the GOC escaped by the whiskers as the mutiny by angry soldiers could have degenerated into a personal attack on him.

Our sources said the soldiers became enraged when they saw the bodies of their colleagues ambushed by Boko Haram terrorists in Chibok, a town in Borno State that has spurred global protests over the abductions of schoolgirls by members of the extremist Islamist sect.
The restive soldiers complained that their superior have not provided them with adequate weaponry with which to fight the war against the better-armed Boko Haram militants.
“We the soldiers don’t have the kind of arms and ammunition that [Boko Haram] fighters have. So everyday, they kill our men anyhow, but it is never published in the media,” said one source. The other source also complained that the commanding officers “are too busy ‘eating’ money. And they do not pay our allowances on time. And once [a soldier dies], nobody knows what happens to his allowances again.”
The two soldiers also disclosed that the mutinying soldiers were fed up that their military commanders have not devised a troop rotation system to ensure that those in combat can get some rest before being redeployed to continue the bloody and frustrating war with Boko Haram insurgents.

Residents who live near the barracks also told our local correspondent that they heard the sound of sporadic exchange of gunfire. “We thought that may be Boko Haram was attacking and the army was trying to push them back,”

Letter To Mr President: My Many Letters Urging You To Sack Diezani

Letter To Mr President: My Many Letters Urging You To Sack Diezani

By Comrade Timi Frank
Mr. President, recall that long before the revelation of an un-remitted $20billion to the Federation Account by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and the alleged use of N10billion to fly private jets by the Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, I had advised you through several open letters in national newspapers to give bite to your anti-corruption battle by sacking and prosecuting those found wanting in your cabinet especially the Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke.
My contention then and even now is predicated on the several reports detailing the financial recklessness pervading the operations of the NNPC, which has Madam Minister as its board chairman. Among the reports are the KPMG report on NNPC carried out in 2010, the 2012 Nuhu Ribadu Report on NNPC, Aigboje Aig-Imhokhuede's report, Farouk Lawan's Report on fuel subsidy and the Berne Declaration Report which indicted the NNPC of massive corruption. Added to these is the alleged un-remitted $20billion to the Federation account by the NNPC and the alleged use of N10 billion to fly private jets by Madam Minister.
Besides, there have been international outcry about the menace of corruption in our country which had further emboldened me to forge ahead because the little efforts one is  making to right the wrongs in Nigeria have not failed to galvanize world attention to the malaise of corruption in this country which has ultimately culminated in world leaders recognition and outcry against the ravages of official kleptocracy in Nigeria.
Recently, Mr. President, a former Secretary of State of the United States, Hilary Clinton, made scathing remarks about how official sleaze and corruption had retarded the economic growth of our country. According to Hilary, "Nigeria has made bad choices, not hard choices. They have squandered their oil wealth, they have allowed corruption to fester and now they are losing control of parts of their territory because they wouldn't make hard choices."
Also, the U.S. State Department in its year 2011 report on global human rights, asserted that even though the three tiers of the Nigerian government were ridden with “massive, widespread and pervasive corruption,” the Federal Government failed to respond with "appropriate punitive" measures.
My concern is that since the buck stops at the table of Madam Minister, over the alleged missing $20billion and the use N10billion to fly private jets, one individual's action or inaction should not be allowed to tarnish the image of the entire citizenry both at home and in Diaspora.
Mr. President, what is the need for a forensic audit when you have publicly raised doubts about the possibility of such a humongous amount being missing? Recall that while responding to a question on the ‘missing’ $20 billion'  during last week's media chat, you said, “If anyone steals $50 billion or $20 billion anywhere, America will know. They will tell you where it is; it is their money.” Why not wait for the verdict of the US instead of further wasting taxpayer's money on a frivolous project already doomed to fail? Besides, how logical is it to name a man accused of stealing a needle among the search party to find it?
Therefore, permit me sir, to urge Nigerians to disregard the work and ultimate report of the panel if Diezani is not suspended or sacked before the commencement of their investigation. This has become imperative because  Diezani's case is not different from that of Sanusi that was suspended over allegations of 'financial recklessness' nor that of the former Minister of Aviation, Ms. Stella Oduah, who was sacked on allegation of using N255million to purchase two bullet-proof cars. Why should Sanusi and others not be allowed to enjoy the same 'presidential protection' apparently being accorded Deizani? Moreover, I would want to believe, with great suspicion, that Mr. President has had a change of mind as to the missing money, hence, the forensic audit.
Again, Mr. President, since you told Nigerians that Sanusi was suspended as chair of the CBN Board, based on ongoing investigation to validate the report of the Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria, one would want to believe that what is good for Sanusi is also  good for Diezani, since she also chairs the Board of the NNPC.  Is it not worrisome that many eminent world leaders have blamed the sadistic occurrences in our country on the inability of our government to provide social justice due largely to kleptomania?
I want to say without equivocation or fear of contradiction that with the sum of $20billion now declared missing, our Armed Forces would have been better equipped to forestall dastardly national emergencies like the over 200 girls now held captive by terrorists.
The questions agitating the minds of Nigerians at this time include: On whose recommendation was the audit firm appointed? Was the job advertised as prescribed by the Public Procurement Act? How many audit firms bided for the job? Was the present firm selected through competitive bidding?
Who appointed the audit firm? Is it Diezani? Ngozi? Presidency?
As a concerned  Nigerian, I need to know like many other Nigerians equally need to know. Flowing from widespread suspicion surrounding the credibility of the auditors, permit me to use this medium to enjoin the National Assembly to probe the process that led to their selection to carry out the forensic audit.
Even though there are susurrations in some quarters that the money concerned was moved to a subsidiary of NNPC under an agreement, what I am interested in as a taxpayer is the whereabouts of the money and if at all it was moved to a subsidiary of NNPC, what is the legality of such an action?
Moreover, in the light of worrisome information that emissaries have been allegedly dispatched to 'arrange' the Senate probe report in order to give Madam Minister a clean bill of health, kindly permit me to use this opportunity to urge the House of Representatives' panel investigating the matter not to relent until the truth is unearthed.
Sir, permit me to say that since my first open letter to you on this matter last year, I have been inundated with several threat messages, phone calls and unbearable intimidation and harassment, all designed to shut me up. However, I will resolutely continue on this path which promises a better future for Nigerians and a country free of corruption, notwithstanding increasing threats to my life and safety.
Above all, the missing $20billion is a national embarrassment. It has painted Nigerians in bad light both at home and in Diaspora. This is why I will not fail to go to court to stop the investigation and ask the court to order the sack and prosecution of Madam Minister, if Mr. President refuses to replicate his action against Sanusi on this issue.
With best regards.
Comrade Timi Frank

Tuesday, 13 May 2014


I trust Nollywood, very soon them go produce "The missing girls" 1&2, "Bring back our girls" 3&4, "The arrival of the US army" 5&6 and The arrival of the girls 7&8. MTN is not also left out,you go hear "impress ur callers with "The cries of the missing girls" by Davido, Send Chibok Cry To 4100. Composed by www.lasgidisnews.blogspot.com
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Monday, 12 May 2014

Rita Ora flashes her Calvins & celebrates number 1 single

Rita Ora flashes her Calvins & celebrates number 1 single

Congratulations to
Rita Ora - yesterday she hit the number ONE spot in the singles chart with
I Will Never Let You Down, and today it is revealed that she will be involved in the Pepsi MAX
Beats of the Beautiful game album alongside Kelly Rowland and Janelle Monáe - not a bad week, is it?
At the weekend
Rita Ora also showed off her mega fit body by taking to the stage at London's G-A-Y nightclub and stripped down to her Calvin Kleins.
That's right,
Rita whipped off her androgynous white shirt and black tailored trousers, to reveal a matching set of Calvin Klein undies.
Well, it is all the rage these days...#MyCalvins.
Rita Ora also celebrated hitting number one on the iTunes chart this weekend by stripping off to a black pair of black Calvin Klein pants and writing '1' on her back in lipstick.

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