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Monday, 31 March 2014

BREAKING: NAFDAC Comfirms the Use of Chemical Weapon in Benue Attacks

NAFDAC DG Paul Orhii has alleged that chemical weapons were used in the killing of over 200 farmers in Benue state by suspected Fulani herdsmen.

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Bloody Jail Break Attempt: SSS quetioning detained Boko Haram suspects

Following the Sunday bloody jailbreak attempt at the Department of the State Security Service (SSS), Abuja, officials are now questioning detained Boko Haram suspects to know if external collaborators were involved in acclaimed  failed but bloody —jailbreak.
At least Twenty suspects died in the attempted jailbreak at the Abuja SSS facility, according to the Service. Some suspects, especially passers-by, arrested within the vicinity of the SSS Asokoro headquarters have been released – in line with the Service’s “respect for human rights”.
It was learnt that some of those arrested had valid identification cards and they were passers-by.
A new framework put in place by security agencies triggered the intervention of soldiers during the jailbreak.
A source, who spoke in confidence, said the Service had started finding out the remote and immediate causes of the botched jailbreak.

Army begins operation to stop clashes in Benue, Plateau, Nasarawa

The Nigerian Military troops has started a major anti-terrorist operation in three states in the North Central region of Nigeria. Director of Defence Information, Chris Olukolade, made the hint on Monday that the operation is aimed at putting an end to criminal activities in the concerned states.

The three troubled North-Central states are Nassarawa, Plateau and Benue where there are incessant communal clashes. Olukolade said military troops have been deployed to these states to launch offensive attack and bring an end to the recent killings and property destruction in the affected areas.

Defense spokesperson said the army operations in the three state will focus on Internal Security, capturing and neutralizing all criminal hideouts. He affirmed that the Nigerian Air Force, Police and other security agencies are also participating in the operation designed to restore peace in the troubled states.


Memory Verse: 2 Timothy 2:21
If a man therefore purge himself from these, he shall be a vessel unto honour, sanctified, and meet for the master's use, and prepared unto every good work.

Read: 2 Timothy 2:20-21

20 But in a great house there are not only vessels of gold and of silver, but also of wood and of earth; and some to honour, and some to dishonour.
21 If a man therefore purge himself from these, he shall be a vessel unto honour, sanctified, and meet for the master's use, and prepared unto every good work.


Our God is a God of purpose and plan. He does not do anything just for the sake of doing it. When He wanted to create man in Genesis 1:26 He said:
“...Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.”
Also, when God sent His only begotten Son to the world, it was for this purpose:
”…for he shall save his people from their sins.”
Matthew 1:21c
In the same vein, when God saved you and called you to Himself, it was for a purpose. You are not in Church just to add to the numbers. Every child of God must find out the purpose of God for his or her life within the community of believers. Also, every child of God must ensure that he or she is qualified to perform such duties as required of honourable vessels. While some vessels are shameful and ignoble, there are others that are glorious and majestic. The striking thing about this truth is that it is inevitable to have both honourable and shameful vessels in the Church! The task before every sincere child of God is to ensure that he or she is a vessel of honour.

Nigeria Army Admits Two Soldiers Killed, Six Missing in Sambisa Forest

Maj.-Gen. Chris Olukolade, who is the The Director of Nigeria Military Defence Information confirmed the death of two troops with six others missing in a clash between the Nigerian military Special Forces and the insurgents between Friday and Saturday in a very fierce encounter in Sambisa forest.

Director of Military Defence Information said that most of the 20 soldiers who were reported missing in the latest battle at the Sambisa forest as a result of communication misunderstanding between the ground troops and the Air force, had returned to military base and were already taking part in the mission.

Olukolade further confirms that a very large number of the Boko Haram insurgents were killed in the combined operation between ground troops and the Nigerian Air Force fighter jets. According to him, the Military Special Forces on the Sambisa forest operation discovered a larger number of Islamist insurgents which made one of the units to call for additional reinforcement to enable them to finish off the assignment.

Governor Fashola writes Ghana over killing of Nigerian student

Lagos state Governor, Babatunde Raji Fashola said on Monday that  he  e-mailed the Ghanaian Parliament, requesting it to investigate the recent killing of a Nigerian student in that country. Governor Fashola made the disclosure in Ikeja, while addressing some students who had come to protest against the hike in Lagos State University fees.
He said the killing of the student was unfortunate, adding that the case must not be allowed to be swept under the carpet. The News Agency of Nigeria recalls that Godwin Ayogu, a 300-level Nigerian student of the Gold Coast University, was recently murdered in Chana by unknown persons.
His body was dumped by the roadside, while the Ghanaian authorities were yet to begin any investigation into the matter.
Fashola said, “The killing of a Nigerian in Ghana is very unfortunate as he was a victim of very mindless violence.
“I am trying to reach the Ghanaian Parliament to see how we can intervene to assist in the investigation of Godwin Ayogu’s incident, who died at the Cape Coast University.
“I sent an email to one of the parliamentarians. I am still expecting a feed back and hope the right steps will be taken.”
Fashola condemned the recent killing of Adelabu Tunde, another Nigerian student in Malaysia, describing his death as unfortunate. The governor urged the relevant authorities to take urgent steps to end the incessant killings of Nigerian youths abroad.

Blasphemous statements: Youth burn two churches in Katsina State

Following an alleged blasphemous statements made by a corps member, protesting youths in Kastina state burned down two churches.

The rampaging youths set fire on two churches on Monday afternoon at Tudun Wada, Funtua Local Government Area on Katsina State.

Premium Times reports that the unrest started when some students at one Ideal School, a private secondary school in the community, reported to youth outside the school that a teacher was teaching an SS2 class lessons that were ‘blasphemous’ in Islam. According to a witness, who simply identified himself as “Alhaji Surajo,” the angry youth took to the streets of Funtua, vandalising property and ended up attacking two churches.

“I was around Tudun Wada, near the school, when we heard youth coming to the area, saying that they wanted to burn it (the school) down,” Mr. Surajo.

Abuja Jail Break: SSS Lied - Abu Kaka, 200 Other Boko Haram Inmates Escaped Detention Through Underground Tunnel

According to competent and reliable sources, notorious Boko Haram suspect, Abu Kaka and 200 other suspects linked with with the Islamist insurgent that has been giving the Nigeria state sleepless moments, have escaped from the SSS detention in Abuja, following what the DSS yesterday, called a failed jailbreak attempt by the dreaded group.

An insider sources near the activities of the Department of State Security Services [SSS] opined that the SSS spokesperson, Marilyn Ogar may have not been completely truthful with the Nigerian public when she appeared at the Channels Television News Program on the morning of Monday March 31, 2014 over the sporadic shootings an gun battle at the SSS Abuja headquarters on Sunday early morning.

The competent source, who claimed to have the firsthand knowledge of the operations the SSS, challenged the Department of the State Security Service and its image maker, Mrs Ogar , to make available Abu Kaka for the public to see.

Vacate House of Reps Now: Federal High Court Orders the 37 Decampee PDP-to-APC Lawmakers

An Abuja Federal High Court has affirmed that the PDP decampee federal lawmakers are not in any way competent to contribute or vote in the House of Representatives.

The Court gave an order of perpetual injunction on Monday , restricting the  concerned lawmakers who defected from ruling Peoples Democratic Party to the opposition, All Progressive Congress in the National Assembly.

Fresh Boko Haram attacks on Borno Highways

Borno state highways have been hit with a renewed wave of terrorist attacks by suspected Boko Haram fighters.

Reports by Daily Sun indicates that members of the Boko Haram Islamist sect made a number of trucks pull over and even set some of them on fire. According to the report, a military source revealed that troops along the road were put on high alert throughout the weekend.

The attacks by the dreaded group in one of the Borno villages claimed four live while many injured.

A group of 30 suspected Boko Haram gunmen in Borno State attacked Azir village in Damboa council area of Borno State early hour of Saturday. 
Four residents were murdered, while seven sustained injuries.

Military, Boko Haram Encounters: Hundreds of terrorists killed, 20 soldiers missing in Sambisa Forest fight


 The late Mohammed Yusuf the former head and founder of the sect Jama'atu ahlis, sunna lidda' wati wal-jihad which metamorphosed into to the dreaded Boko Haram Terrorist group that has turned to Nigeria's nightmare.
I believe many Nigeria's will remember he was captured by the army and handed him over to the police The Nigerian army did not kill him but handed him to police for interrogation and possible prosecution or initiate a process for dialogue if possible but what did we hear that he was killed under police custody which was the excuse the sect members are giving as their reason for the escalating this violence to avenge the killing of their leader. 

Do we also remembered the madalla Christmas day Church bomber, after some serious investigation by security agencies especially SSS he was arrest somewhere up in north by a team of vigilant DSS men who brought him to Abuja handed him over to police for further investigation and possible prosecution what did we hear about him again that he escaped in a questionable circumstance in his hometown abaji during a trip to investigate him how he escaped in spite of over ten armed able bodied police officer in two hilux pick up vans, a suspect with handcuffs escaped?. 

Nigeria Troops Ransack Herdsmen's Village in Kaduna, Arrest 17 With Arms

Men of the Nigeria Army on Sunday March 30, 2014, cordoned off Ladugga village in Kaduna state. Fulani herdsmen dominated settlement, located in the federal grazing reserve areas in Kachia Local Government Area of the State. The troops' main goal of the operation was search of arms following a tip-off.

Army spokespersonn of the One Division, Nigerian Army, Kaduna, Col. Usman Abdul confirmed the incident that; “The raid was carried out at about 4:00am on Sunday in a cordon and search operation aimed at saving the natives from being attacked by the herdsmen.

One feared dead as Police, OPC clash in Ajegunle Lagos

A member of the Oodua People’s Congress, OPC, was reportedly killed on Saturday during a clash between police at the Tolu Police Division, Ajegunle, Lagos State and the group. According to report, a policeman was also injured in the attack.
Trouble ensued when a rape culprit in the custody of the OPC was released by the Police under heavy gunfire. According to the OPC Lagos State Governor, Wasiu Afolabi, members of the OPC had on Friday arrested a man for rapping an 18-year old girl but was forcefully released by the police from their custody.

Military, Boko Haram Encounters: Hundreds of terrorists killed, 20 soldiers missing in Sambisa Forest fight

An estimated 2,000 Boko Haram insurgents were killed in a combined operation by Special Forces and the men of the Nigeria Air Force on Friday and Saturday in the volatile Sambisa Forest of Borno State, which has become a prominent hideout of the violent Islamic sect, Boko Haram.

Punch reports that that would have been a great victory for the Special Forces was, however, marred by an operational misunderstanding between the ground troops and the officers in the Air Force Alpha Jet. Investigations revealed that 20 soldiers are still missing as a result of the operational misunderstanding.

Sunday, 30 March 2014

Threat of More Attacks: Curfew In Makurdi Markets

Following widespread fears that gunmen have planned to unleash terror on Makurdi town, the Benue State government has placed curfew on markets in the metropolis. The secretary to the state government(SSG), Dr David Salifu who announced this yesterday said the situation was prompted by the security challenges and frequent attacks faced by the state. The markets include Wadata, Wurukum and Modern Markets.

According to Salifu, the prohibition of commercial activities is part of government’s security measures to take preventive measures against the attacks. He said the markets should operate between 6am and 7pm every day.


The Department of State Security (DSS) who got the shock of their lives today when the dreaded Boko Haram sect paid them a visit are still at shock how the group were able to penetrate the impregnable defence of the SSS Headquarters.
In a move to cover up their security inefficiency, the SSS has resorted to issue out statement which sources who witnessed the attack described as untrue.

According to the SSS spokesperson, Marilyn Ogar, “At 0715 hours, the Service suspect handler went to the detention facility within the Headquarters to feed the suspects. One of the suspects attempted to disarm him by hitting him at the back of his head with his handcuff. His attempt to escape drew the attention of other guards at the facility who fired some shots to warn and deter others.

“The gun shots attracted the attention of the military with whom we have an understanding of mutual assistance in the event of any threat. The Army immediately deployed a team to reinforce our perimeter guards to forestall any external collaborators. The situation has since been brought under control.”

Boko Haram Gunmen Attack Security Location In Yobe State

Suspected members of the dreaded Boko Haram sect, On Sunday attacked a security location in Ngelzarma community of Fune Local Government Area of Yobe State. Witnesses said the sect members first launched attack on a military check point in the town at about 6:00pm local time.

There was gun battle between the gunmen and security forces in an effort to repel the attack. Security details of the attack are yet to be released but the State Commissioner of Police, Sanusi Rufai, who confirmed the incident, said the sect members launched attack at the security location in the town.


Memory Verse: 1 Peter 5:2
Feed the flock of God which is among you, taking the oversight thereof, not by constraint, but willingly; not for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind;
Read: Lamentations 4:1-5
1 How is the gold become dim! how is the most fine gold changed! the stones of the sanctuary are poured out in the top of every street.
2 The precious sons of Zion, comparable to fine gold, how are they esteemed as earthen pitchers, the work of the hands of the potter!
3 Even the sea monsters draw out the breast, they give suck to their young ones: the daughter of my people is become cruel, like the ostriches in the wilderness.
4 The tongue of the sucking child cleaveth to the roof of his mouth for thirst: the young children ask bread, and no man breaketh it unto them.
5 They that did feed delicately are desolate in the streets: they that were brought up in scarlet embrace dunghills.


Our Bible reading for today is a grim lamentation of Prophet Jeremiah. It concerns both the spiritual and physical state of affairs of the people of God of his time. This state of affairs sadly reflects the current state of affairs of God’s people in our time. The Bible says that all these were written as examples for those upon whom the ends of the world are come (1 Corinthians 10:11). This state of affairs is therefore indicative of the times we live in; these are the end-times. Let us learn one or two lessons from this lamentation to deliver our soul from impending doom. In this end-time, many pastors and preachers are no longer building with precious stones on the Sure Foundation – Jesus Christ. Rather, they are building with rubble, i.e. the philosophy of men and modern ideologies in order to make Christianity “intelligible” to a 21st century audience. 

Adams Oshiomhole to Edo Traffic Mgt Agency: Arrest me if… ,no one is too big to obey laws

BENIN — Edo State Comrade Governor, Adams Oshiomhole has charged operatives of the state Traffic Management Agency, ESTMA, to arrest him or the state deputy governor, if their vehicles beat the red lights, saying that “no one is too big to obey laws in the state.” Speaking at a meeting with officers and men of the agency at Government House, weekend, Oshiomhole charged operatives of the agency to be firm, but civil in carrying out their duties, noting that they must not treat ‘big  men’ with levity because of their status in the society.

Oshiomhole said: “You must not extort, you must not criminalise innocent people, you must not let offenders go after extortion. If anybody beats the red light, you must arrest the person, no matter his status. If it’s the governor or deputy governor, you must arrest and interrogate him. 

Ukraine Unrest: Kerry and Lavrov fail to reach a deal

United States Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov, have discussed ways to defuse the Ukraine crisis during their Paris  talks in which Mr Kerry made clear Washington still considered Russian actions in Crimea "illegal and illegitimate."
Lavrov reaffirmed Russia positions and her commitment to finding a diplomatic solution in Ukraine but had not agreed to move Russian troops from the Ukraine border.

Niger Govt. Confirms Death of Emir of Agaie

The Emir of Agaie, Alhaji Muhammadu Abubakar, has died on Sunday in a private hospital in Abuja, the Secretary to the Niger Government, Alhaji Saidu Kpaki, has said.
Kpaki confirmed the monarch’s death in a telephone interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Minna. “I can confirm that the Emir of Agaie, Alhaji Muhammadu Kudu Abubakar, is dead and the burial is slated for 5.00.p.m in Agaie, today (Sunday),” he said.
Abubakar Ubandoma III, aged 52, was appointed the traditional ruler of Agaie Emirate in Niger on April 30, 2004. He had Higher Diploma in Animal Health and Husbandry and a Post-graduate Diploma in Public Administration from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
Abubakar was one of the promoters of the creation of the proposed Edu State out of Niger and Kwara, being homeland for the Nupes with the capital in Bida. (NAN)

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PHOTOS SPEAK: Wild Pics From Los Angeles 5.1 Earthquake

A car sits rolled over in the wake of Friday nights March 28, 2014 earthquake on Carbon Canyon Road in Brea, Calif., near Olinda Village. (AP Photo/The Orange County Register, Rod Veal)

Abuja Gun Battle Updates: DSS statement

The spokesperson for the DSS, Marilyn Ogar issued a statement earlier today on the attempted jailbreak at the Abuja headquarters of the Nigeria’s secret police.

Her Statement:
“At 0715 hours, the Service suspect handler went to the detention facility within the Headquarters to feed the suspects.

“One of the suspects attempted to disarm him by hitting him at the back of his head with his handcuff.

GOK Ajayi, Chief M K O Abiola’s Lawyer, Dead

A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Godwin Olusegun Kolawole Ajayi, one of Nigeria’s legal luminaries died on Friday. A family source confirmed his death today, Mr. Ajayi death came after a prolonged sickness that sidelined him from active legal practice in the last few years.

Once one of Nigeria’s most sought after lawyers, Mr. Ajayi represented Chief MKO Abiola, presumed winner of the June 12 1993 presidential election. But over the last decade, Mr. Ajayi made few public appearances due to his poor health, the family source said.

He was 83 years old. Members of Ajayi’s family and friends around the world are discussing a plan for a befitting funeral.

Egypt presidential election set for May 26-27, electoral commission says

Egypt presidential vote set for May 26-27, electoral commission says.
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Abuja Gun Battle: 20 Boko Haram suspects killed

Abuja Gun Battle: 20 Boko Haram suspects killed

At least, 20 Boko Haram detainees have been shot dead in a shout-out that ensued this morning at the Department of State Security Service in the Asokoro a district of Abuja. Shoutout erupted when some of the suspected terrorists attempted to free their members and leave the detention facility, which is by the precincts of the Presidential Villa.

The President Jonathan's special adviser on media and publicity, Dr Reuben Abati said the incident Neither affected President Goodluck Jonathan Nor the Aso-Aock Villa. He made public, the statement through his twitter's page.

Abuja Shooting: Nothing Do Mr President - Reuben Abati

The President Jonathan spokesperson, Reuben Abati said that Abuja shootout was an attempted jail break which the security Operatives foiled and has not in anyway affect President Goodluck Jonathan.

What happened at the SSS HQ this morning was an attempted jailbreak which has been effectively foiled. There is no cause for alarm.
— Reuben Abati (@abati1990) March 30, 2014
He said the Sunday Morning gunshots heard in the vicinity of the Presidential villa was actually from the SSS Headquarters which is in the area.

Full Security in Aso Rock as Gun Battle Erupts at Abuja SSS Headquarters - Sunday Punch

Security was quickly beefed up around the Presidential Villa, Abuja on Sunday morning as heavy shootings were recorded at the neighbouring headquarters of the State Security Service known as Yellow House. The SSS headquarters is located behind the Villa.
The access gate to the seat of power through the Fire Service office in Asokoro was quickly shut while more heavily armed soldiers were seen at the gate leading to the Villa through the Federal Secretariat.  Military helicopters were also seen hovering the sky at the time of filing this report.

BREAKING: Security Operatives foil a Jail-break Attempt In FCT, Abuja

The Detained Nigeria’s terrorist sects, the Boko Haram members' attempt to force a jailbreak was foiled today at the headquarters of Nigeria’s secret police, the Department of State Security in Abuja.

There was a report of heavy gunfire exchange between the security operatives and detainee sects, the military were alerted too.

The SSS spokeswoman Marilyn Ogar said, “There was an attempted jail break by our inmates when the suspect handler went to feed them”

Latest Updates: Boko Haram, SSS in total shootout in Abuja

Abuja SSS Yellow Cover Headquarters has been under Boko Harm gun attack at the moment please tell anyone approaching the 3 arms zone
There are reports of heavy gunfire exchanges between the Boko Haram sects and security operative around the vicinity of Nigeria’s presidential palace and the headquarters of the Department of State Services in the Asokoro District of  Abuja in the past one hour, security sources and residents of the area said.

Islamist Boko Haram Kill Four, Torch Houses In Borno State Village

A group of 30 suspected Boko Haram gunmen in Borno State attacked Azir village in Damboa council area of Borno State early hour of  Saturday. Four residents were murdered, while seven sustained injuries.
Borno  state - Azir village is a community of farmers and herdsmen, located about 107 km South of Maiduguri, the state capital. Boko Haram attackers, armed with improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and petrol bombs, also torched several houses and shops before fleeing into the Sambisa forest, East of the village.

BREAKING NEWS: Gunfire exchanges at Abuja SSS headquarters - Premium Times

Heavy gunfire around presidential villa, SSS Yellow House headquarters

There have been heavy gunfire exchanges around the vicinity of Nigeria’s presidential palace and the headquarters of the Department of State Services in the Asokoro District of  Abuja in the past one hour, security sources and residents of the area said.
The expansive headquarters of the State Security Service, popularly known as Yellow House, is almost adjacent one of the remote gates of the presidential villa.
Residents of the nearby Aso Drive Area said the gunshots were either coming out of the SSS headquarters or the presidential villa.

YOU MUST SEE THIS: Rihanna’s Male Makeup Artiste Searching for something under her, raises her skirt and looking at her Thing firmly (PHOTOS)

Rihanna shared these photos on Instagram and fans went hard at the people preparing her up especially the main one behind… Well, that's why she is named Bad gal Riri. 

Besides they are paid to do that and I understand many guys would offer to accomplish it for free.

However, wish I know what Rihanna’s Male Makeup Artiste is really searching for  under her that warrant raising her skirt 

Etisalat Nigeria Telecom In Crisis, Over 2000 Staffs Sacked Nationwide

Telecommunications company, Etisalat Nigeria Friday sacked over 2,000 permanent staffs across the country. The sacked workers were paid off as the Telecom operator seeks to hire adhoc staff to run the operations of the company.

The company is said to be broke currently and can no longer retain the permanent work force. Most of those sacked have expressed surprise and disappointment over the development which has thrown them into the already saturated unemployment market.

“We were asked to leave and our cheques handed to us yesterday, it is unfortunate that I am again back to the Job market” a source who does not want to be mentioned revealed. "They want to recruit contract staff/new agents and they can no longer run the cost of paying those of us that are permanent staff, they claim.”

Saturday, 29 March 2014

Unknown gunmen kill 19, kidnap 17 in Benue

As the security situations in Benue state remain unfavourable will the acclaimed and continuous Fulani herdsmen killing spree, no fewer than 19 persons among them women and children were yesterday killed by unknown gunmen while 17 others were abducted in different villages of Agatu Local Government Area of the Benue State. 
Agatu Local Government Chairman, Hon. Stephen Dutse told newsmen in Makurdi yesterday that the attackers stormed, Olegaje, Ogumogbo, Ejuma and Ogbagaji, headquarters of the local government about 10pm in a guerrilla manner and started shooting sporadically making the people to run for dear life.

Kaduna Mass Killing: ‘Police on the trail of killers’

Kaduna State Commissioner of Police (CP), Umar Shehu, on Wednesday, marked his first month in office parading armed robbery suspects among others.  

But he confessed he had not been able to make any arrest over the attack that killed scores of villagers in Kaura Local Government Area (LGA) of the state, and the banditry that almost on daily basis happens in communities in Birnin Gwari LGA.

Asked whether any arrests had been made over the killings in three villages in Kaura LGA on March 14, the police boss said: “No, we have not made any arrest. Investigation is still going on. And we are on the trail of the killers. But all stakeholders in the areas concerned will be holding a meeting very soon, so we can find an end to this problem”.

Boko Haram: Sokoto State Governor Calls for Prayers to Expose those Behind Insecurity in Nigeria

Sokoto State Governor, Aliyu Wamakko on Saturday called for prayers to expose those behind insecurity in Nigeria.

He also called for God’s intervention in the socio-economic and political activities of the country.

Wamakko made the call when he addressed members of All Progressives Congress (APC) on his return to Sokoto after a two-week official trip to the United States of America and the United Kingdom.

News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Governor said the nation was in dire need of prayers for the restoration of peace across the country. 

Crimea Updates: Kerry, Lavrov meet in Paris today

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry changed course after a week of travel in the Mideast and arrived in Paris Saturday for talks with his Russian counterpart, Lavrov  on the Ukraine crisis. From Saudi Arabia, Kerry landed in Shannon, Ireland for a refueling stop, when he decided to turn his plane around and head to Paris. 

Jonathan Says External Forces Arming Boko Haram

Nigeria President Goodluck Jonathan said external forces are arming the Islamist sect, Boko Haram fighters, in its insurgency in the north. He made the statement yesterday in Abuja that ordinarily the sect members whether as a group or as individuals lack the wherewithal to buy the sophisticated weapons they are using in terrorising people especially in Adamawa,Borno and Yobe States.

WALLAI!!! President Jonathan Pampers And Breastfeeds Corruption

Alison-Madueke was alleged to have spent N10b on a chartered Challenger 850 aircraft in two years for which the House of Representatives is currently probing her.

The Nigerian President has once again proven beyond doubt that his administration tolerates, pampers and breastfeeds corruption with the recent lackadaisical attitude of the government towards the recent misappropriation of funds by the Minister of Petroleum resources in the person of Deziani Alison Madueke, who has always enjoyed presidential sympathy no matter the magnitude of her crime, which is evident as she has the effrontery to embezzle with impunity. 


Memory Verse: Luke 17:15
And one of them, when he saw that he was healed, turned back, and with a loud voice glorified God,
Read: Luke 17:12-19
12 And as he entered into a certain village, there met him ten men that were lepers, which stood afar off:
13 And they lifted up their voices, and said, Jesus, Master, have mercy on us.
14 And when he saw them, he said unto them, Go shew yourselves unto the priests. And it came to pass, that, as they went, they were cleansed.
15 And one of them, when he saw that he was healed, turned back, and with a loud voice glorified God,
16 And fell down on his face at his feet, giving him thanks: and he was a Samaritan.
17 And Jesus answering said, Were there not ten cleansed? but where are the nine?
18 There are not found that returned to give glory to God, save this stranger.
19 And he said unto him, Arise, go thy way: thy faith hath made thee whole.


It is not a big deal for God to perform miracles in the life of anybody. The problem that hinders the working of miracles lies with the children of men and is multifaceted in nature. It has to do with ignorance of what the Almighty is capable of doing and lack of faith among others. However, there is one problem that seems insignificant to many people but is a big hindrance to the manifestation of God’s power: It is ingratitude! Many times I have to compel people to clap in praise of the Almighty God when fantastic testimonies are being given during our big meetings. This problem is evident in the story of the ten lepers. Jesus in Luke 17:17b-18 asked in dismay:
“Were there not ten cleansed? but where are the nine? There are not found that returned to give glory to God, save this stranger.”

Hot Like Fire, Osaze Odemwingie strike maintains Stoke momentum

AFP –  Nigeria international, Peter Osaze Odemwingie scored for the third game running as Stoke City continued their impressive form with a 1-0 win over Hull City in the Premier League on Saturday.

Odemwingie struck in the 62nd minute at the Britannia Stadium, seizing on a loose pass from Hull wing-back Ahmed Elmohamady before drilling home from the edge of the box. It was Stoke’s third successive win, taking Mark Hughes’s side to the 40-point mark synonymous with safety from relegation and leaving FA Cup semi-finalists Hull seven points above the bottom three in 14th place.

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Nigeria , Other West African Leaders Disagree with EU Trade Plans

ECOWAS leaders has  disagree with the European Union free trade deals . Nigeria and the rest of the regional block refused to open their economies to free trade with the European Union at a summit on Saturday.
Nigeria, the regional heavyweight Nigeria voiced concerns which stalled the deal of any further negotiations over the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) since ECOWAS countries resisted lifting tariff barriers over fears that they could crush nascent industries unable to cope with European imports.

Breaking: Boko Haram Jihadists trails Governor Jang, Compiles list of schools to be attack in Plateau state

A report from Jos, the Plateau state capital indicates that the Governor of the state, Dr. Jonah David Jang is being targeted by the Islamist Boko Haram terrorist group.
The report also has it that a State House of Assembly member, Daniel Dem, is also being trailed by Islamist terrorits, allegedly on the orders of the group’s leader, Sheikh Abubakar Mohammed Shekau. 

Fulani Herdsmen: Katsina, Zamfara to convene security meeting over attacks

Left Gov. Ibrahim Shema  of Kastina state and right, Zamfara state Governor,  Abdulaziz Yari
Gusau – As a way to fight crime and incessant attacks on the villages, Katsina State Government said it had concluded arrangement to convene a special security meeting with the neighbouring Zamfara state on the  ways forwards.

Disclosing this, Gov. Ibrahim Shema  of Kastina state, while in a meeting with his Zamfara counterpart, Gov. Abdulaziz Yari, at the Government House, Gusau, said it become imperative to find a solution to the every day attack on the people of these area that cut across the two states. Expressing the concern of the two state governments over the increasing criminal activities where large number of heavily armed hoodlums invaded villages, maimed and killed several community members.

Russia Will settle for Crimea Peninsula, "No Intention" of Further Ukraine Incursion - Russian Lavrov

After the US president Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin telephone conversations in the early hour of today, Russia Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said on Saturday that Russia  had "no intention" of invading eastern Ukraine. This is response  to Western warnings over a military buildup on the border following Moscow's annexation of the Crimean peninsula.

Abuja; Garki Market On Fire, Over 20 Shops Razed

Early morning fire has destroyed property worth millions of naira at  the Garki model market in Abuja,the FCT.  
READ MORE: http://news.naij.com/63156.htmlChairman of the market’s union, Prince Edozie Ugwu, said his secretary phoned him on Thursday morning to intimate him of the incident. He said 20 shops in Block 6 of the informal section of the market which accomodates mostly foodstuff and frozen items were consumed by the fire.

BREAKING News : Petroleum tankers association’s leader kidnapped in Kaduna - PREMIUM TIMES

The National Treasurer of the Petroleum Tanker Drivers Association, PTD, Abdullahi Haruna, also known as 63, has been kidnapped by gunmen in Kaduna.

Family sources say the kidnappers stormed Mr. Haruna’s residence near Bibal Hospital in Tudun Wada around 10 p.m. on Friday and whisked him away at gun point.

The kidnappers did not harm anyone else during the operation.