Sunday, November 22, 2015
Reminds me of the say, once beating twice shy ! Well, I think PMB again is in the right direction and being careful here so as not to let history repeat itself. It's a known fact that Saudi Arabia is a puppet Government to the AngloZIonist Empire and they have in the past engaged in Mutual interest of taking out a Muslim Nigerian Head of state or President. Finally, Nigeria has understand being super careful in dealing with the Eastern leaders. This is a strong message to Saudi Arabia that the President instead of visiting Saudi arabia first, decided to visit Iran.. Saudi Arabia's acclaimed enemy in the region.
On Monday, Nov. 16, Catalan regional police launched a large-scale raid against human trafficking and sexual exploitation of women in Barcelona, Spain. 21 people, 15 men and 6 women, tall Nigerians, were arrested in the early morning operation for forcing Nigerian women into prostitution. Above is one of the arrested Nigerians The Central Unit against Human Trafficking disclosed that the suspects are part of a criminal organisation, known as "Supreme Eiye Confraternity", that has forced more than one hundred women into prostitution since the beginning of 2014. Investigators believe the group may have exploited dozens of women, many of whom were charged large sum of money to be brought to Spain from Africa with the promise of a job and a better life.
A Washington Times report has criticised President Muhammadu Buhari over the current ordeal of former National Security Adviser Col.Sambo Dasuki (rtd) who had been under house arrest since November 4, despite a subsisting court order which granted him permission to embark on a medical trip abroad. Dasuki who was former President Goodluck Jonathan’s National Security Adviser and served briefly in that capacity under the current government, is currently standing trial on a two-count charge of money laundering and illegal possession of firearms before a Federal High Court in Abuja.
Nigeria’s former Minister of Petroleum Resources Diezani Alison-Madueke emerged a few weeks ago in Ovation Magazin epublisher Dele Momodu‘s new publication, The Boss Newspaper. In the interview,Diezani insisted her sister did not have an intimate relationship with former President Goodluck Jonathan and more. In the concluding part, Dele Momodu shares a reader confession that because of the first part of the interview, he “began to empathise” and“see beyond (his) contempt” for the former minister, due to her illness. Diezani calls herself “one of the most vilified women in Nigeria’s history” and insists she followed due process – “I carried out my duty in the strictest terms”, but believes she “stepped on toes, very powerful toes” by doing so. Dele Momodu has released the 2nd part of the Magazine where Diezani talked about how much she left in Nigeria's account,approving Tinubu's deal and many more.It also features HID's funeral
An investigation was launched after the man said that his donkey had been tied to a car and dragged for some distance on the asphalt.
PBS NewsHour, a daily US television news program shown on the US Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), used footage of Russian airstrikes against ISIL targets, claiming that they were US airstrikes, an Information Clearing House article revealed.
Earlier this week, the US government said it would intensify anti-ISIL airstrikes and bomb the terrorist organization's oil infrastructure, which is ISIL's primary source of income.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has approved international mobile money as part of international money transfer services nationwide. The CBN explained that the approval followed series of representations by financial stakeholders on the need to facilitate foreign exchange transactions through a more convenient and flexible payment window. It also said that its approval followed widespread use of mobile telephone in Nigeria and in recognition of telephone potential as a tool for financial inclusion and efficient payment system. According to the CBN the International Mobile Money Remittance Services would complement existing guidelines on the use of mobile telephone locally. The guidelines cover the business rules governing the operation of the IMMRS and specify the infrastructural and risk management requirements for international mobile payments services in Nigeria.