Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Russia Means Bussiness, Deploys Its Most Advanced Spyplane to Syria

The Tu-214R
'The Turks and Saudis know they will face humiliating defeat if they invade unless they can somehow "force" the US/NATO to come to the rescue of aggressors who support terrorists in a proposition where the US knows that Syria and Russia have already beat ISIS. Even the stupid greedy neocons in Washington can see that this is a gambit to get the US to do the fighting for these incompetent, corrupt cowards. The US government may be incompetent, corrupt and cowardly, but the people in military intelligence must be feeding the generals some very bad news: The Russians hold all the cards and they keep playing them exceptionally well.'

9 of Top 10 Things That Would Happen If The Earth Stopped Spinning

9. We Would Go Flying

Earth’s current rotation shoots us through space at 1040 miles per hour. Gravity keeps us rooted on the planet itself, but if Earth were to stop rotating, we would all go flying in the opposite direction at 1040 miles an hour. We wouldn’t go flying into space, but it would probably be lethal anyways.

Nigeria Customs intercepts 1,000 rounds of ammunition imported from U.S.

 The Tin-Can Island Command of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has intercepted a 40 ft. container with 980 rounds of 9mm type live ammunition and a pistol imported into the country from the U.S.
The spokesman of the command, Chris Osunkwo, made the disclosure in a statement on Tuesday in Lagos.
According to the statement, the area controller of the command, Bashar Yusuf, said the seizure, including camouflage military face cap, camouflage belt, a pair of hand gloves and a pair of shoes, were concealed along with other personal effects in two vehicles.

If You Believe These 3 Lies About $ex, You’ll Struggle To Find Love

Is s3xual liberation working against us?
Are you looking for true love?
If the answer is yes, but you’re having casual s3x with one or more partners, you have a choice to make: carry on having casual s3x or focus on finding true love?
This isn’t about being a virgin bride, nor is it about any moral questions surrounding s3x outside of marriage, women’s rights or s3xual freedom. Rather, it’s an honest review of casual s3x for women in the 21st century and it’s impact on her search for true love.
Let’s assume you’re reading this because you’re looking for true love — GREAT!
But, what if you like s3x and don’t see why this should prevent you from finding true love?
The reality is that s3xual freedom has backfired for many women. A recent report suggests that 1 in 5 women born in 1969 are childless today compared to 1 in 9 born in 1942.

4 Year Old Conjoined Twins Undergo Successful Head Surgery In 10-Hour Operation. (Graphic Photos)

Conjoined twins joined at the head have been successfully separated in an operation involving 22 doctors and nurses that was carried out this weekend. The surgery on female twins, Tuqa and Yakeen Al Khadar, who were conjoined since birth was carried out at the Specialist Children's Hospital in the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh. According to a hospital spokesman, the surgery was actually the fourth and final stage to be performed on the Syrian twins.
See more pics after the break.

'Ottoman Project': Did Washington Give the Nod to Ankara to Shell Syria?

Turkey should not be treated as a nation capable of carrying out independent policies, Syrian defense expert Hassan al-Hassan told RIA Novosti.

Instead, "Ankara should be seen as America's Turkish project, which is aimed at creating controlled chaos in the region," the retired general noted, adding that Washington, for instance, gave the nod to Turkey to shell Syria.

The US, according to al-Hassan, is upholding instability in the Middle East by simultaneously helping the Kurds, the Turks and the Saudis. Washington first launched this campaign in Tunisia and is now focused on Syria, he added, apparently referring to the so-called Arab Spring uprisings.

"We Came We Saw He Died" Did Not Happen This Time -

How many of you still remember demon Hilary clinton's favourite quote of the year after their isis terrorist with the help of world terrorist alliance NATO airstrikes killed gadaffi ?  'We came, we saw, he died '

I can't imagine how this world could be so cruel. A phrase that could have mean the end of a Political career only in a country with moral values but the opposite is the case in face of the falling and desperate anglozionist Empire. Reports bellow.

In an article in a British newspaper Russia’s ambassador to the UK reveals the Russians were told by the Western powers that after the US proclaimed a no-fly zone ISIS would capture Damascus

Russia Insiderby Alexander Mercouris for Russia Insider: http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/russias-ambassador-uk-drops-bombshell-us-expected-isis-seize-damascus-october/ri12860

Feeling the Heat: Syrian Army Retakes More Villages Amid Aleppo Offensive

The Syrian army seized back two strategic villages in eastern Aleppo and repelled a large-scale attack by Daesh and other terrorist groups in the north of the province, Iran’s Fars news agency reported on Monday.

Nigeria's Economy: Awakening The Snoring Giant

Adekoya Boladale is based in Lagos, Nigeria. He is a public affairs analyst and political commentator. His contributions have been featured in The Africa Report (France), The Star (South Africa), Ouestaf (Senegal), Islamic Channel (UK), Sahara Reporters (New York), Premium Times (Abuja), Punch, Guardian and Vanguard Newspapers (Lagos).

Nigeria’s Economy: Awakening The Snoring Giant
By Adekoya Boladale

On January 28th, 2016 Channels Television aired a community programme where a man in Benin, Edo State with little education and has never left the shores of Nigeria was able to build an operational unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), commonly known as drone, without any special training using everyday tools and parts within his environment. This is just one in the tones of unsung stories of innovations and creativity Nigerians have been producing for decades.

Terrorists in Syria's Idlib, Aleppo Receive Weapons, Reinforcements Via Turkish Border - Russian MoD

Russian warplanes have conducted 444 sorties, hitting 1,593 terrorist targets in six Syrian provinces in a week, the Russian Defense Ministry said Tuesday.

"Warplanes of the Russian air group in the Syrian Arab Republic have conducted 444 sorties, hitting 1,593 terrorist targets in the provinces of Deir ez-Zor, Daraa, Homs, Homs, Latakia and Aleppo from February 10 to February 16," Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said.

The Syrian army liberated over 800 square kilometers and 73 villages from terrorists since the beginning of February, the Russian general said.
The Russian Defense Ministry spokesman said that terrorists in Syria's Idlib and Aleppo continue to receive weapons and reinforcements through the Turkish border.

Brief History Of The Fall Of The Nigerian Naira

Following a discussion from last night, I had planned doing a research today on the subject and coming up with an article, then I came across this beautiful piece, may still put up a chart later revealing the nexus between global oil prices and the value of the naira.

A (not so) brief history of the fall and fall of the Nigerian naira - Feyi Fawenhimi December 06, 2015

LADOL & Samsung Invest $400m In Vessel Fabrication, Integration Yard In Lagos

February 16, 2016

The Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics (LADOL) base and Samsung Heavy Industries have invested $400 million in a vessel fabrication and integration yard in Lagos, The Nation has learnt.

Additional $200 million will also be injected in the yard in the next few months.

The yard, it was gathered, has the capacity for Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) integration and conversion.

The $600 million LADOL free zone within the Apapa Pilotage District is a world-class facility. Access to the place is restricted.

It has extensive infrastructure and equipment layout, making it an ideal environment for vessel integration, offshore oil and gas mega-fabrication, pipe coating, engineering and agricultural processing centre.

EFCC May Go After Ex-first Lady Over N1trn Campaign Funds’ Disbursement

The wife of a former president may soon be invited by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to explain her role in the sourcing and disbursement of huge funds spent by the Presidency in the last two weeks before the general elections.
The fund, estimated at over a trillion naira, was routed and disbursed through the Amnesty Office to some notable politicians in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Investigators of the disbursement noticed that the release of about 40 per cent of the funds was authorized by the former First Lady.

Budget: South-West Gets Lion’s Share Of Projects

The Southwest geo-political zone has got the largest share of N88.7 billion for major projects in the 2016 proposed budget for the Ministry of Power, Works and Housing, a Daily Trust analysis has revealed.
The ministry has N433.4 billion total sum for the capital projects of the ministry and some agencies under it.

The main ministry’s capital budget is N334.3 billion, NREA N15.3 billion, TCN N50 billion and FERMA N25 billion.
Other agencies are Electricity Management Services Limited (EMSL), N19 billion; National Power Training Institute, N1.8 billion and Nigeria Electricity Liability Management Limited, N2 billion.

Mob Amputates Mechanic For Stealing N10k In Lagos (pic)

Cyriacus Izuekwe

Jungle justice has taken place in Ajegunle, a Lagos suburb also known as the Jungle, after an angry mob amputated a 25-year old mechanic, Seun Adisa, for allegedly stealing N10,000.

The incident happened at Ajegunle, a suburb of Lagos State, western Nigeria.

Kwara State-born Adisa was allegedly caught in the early morning after robbers invaded Mokoya street in Olodi Apapa, an extension of Ajegunle in Lagos State, western Nigeria, and carted away valuables.

Man Slices Lover’s Face In Lagos, Assaults Rival On Valentine’s Day

mathew Dike

A jealous lover on Valentine’s Day, inflicted horrific facial injuries on his lover and a rival at Langbasa, in Eti-Osa area of the Lagos.

The angry man identified simply as Gbenga was said to have sliced the face of his lover, Magdalene Onyebuchi with a razor blade.

Gbenga also attacked his rival identified as Olatunji, and after beating him abandoned him with bodily injuries.

German Firm To Partner Katstina State In Construction Of 125mw Solar Plant.

The partnership between Nigeria and Germany on energy received a boost as a German firm in conjunction with other international finance cooperation and Nigeria indigenous company, are set to begin the construction of a 125 megawatts (MW) solar power plant in Kankia, Katsina State.
The German company, Nova Solar power, in partnership with the katsina state government is to construct the 125mw solar plant under the Public Private Partnership Agreement (PPP).

EFCC Boss Magu Blasts Lawyers Defending Looters

The acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Ibrahim Magu Tuesday said senior lawyers collect stolen funds to frustrate prosecution of corruption suspects.

Magu said this in a speech delivered to a coalition of Civil Society Groups that rallied to the EFCC Headquarters in Abuja.

He stated that: “One of the big challenges we have in the effective prosecution of the war on corruption is that of very senior lawyers who Nigeria has been very kind to.”

Turkey's Heavy Artillery Fires 100 Valleys on Residential Areas in Aleppo

The Turkish artillery has been massively shelling Syrian troops and patriotic opposition in border areas since last week, with over 100 valleys registered in the Aleppo province, the Russian Defense Ministry's spokesperson told journalists on Tuesday.

"Since last week, Turkey's heavy artillery has been shelling Syrian troops and patriotic opposition in border areas. According to reconnaissance, the Turkish artillery has fired more than 100 valleys at border residential areas in the Aleppo province," Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said.

Russia Denies Ankara's Claims of Ballistic Missile Strike on Hospital

Russian Defense Ministry Denies Ankara's Allegation that it has Bombed a Hospital in Idlib, Syria

In the Russian Caspian flotilla, there are no ships with the ability to launch a missile strike on a hospital in the Syrian province of Idlib, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov told reporters.

"While visiting Ukraine, Turkish PM Ahmet Dacutoglu accused Russia of striking a hospital in Idlib with a ballistic missile from the Caspian Sea. But we have no any ships in the Casian flotilla which are able to launch such strikes," Konashenkov said.

Ribadu Hides As PDP Moves To Appoint Him Party Chairman

FILE PHOTO: Nuhu Ribadu smiles to himself as fans cheer during a rally

As the opposition Peoples Democratic Party gets set to name a new leader of the party, governors and other chieftains of the PDP are on a manhunt for a former chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Nuhu Ribadu, in their bid to make him chairman.
PREMIUM TIMES gathered that a meeting of the national caucus of the PDP is currently holding in Abuja, after which the National Executive Committee would meet at the Wadata Plaza secretariat of the party by 2p.m. on Tuesday.

Mr. Ribadu was tipped for the chairmanship position last year, shortly after the then chairman, Ahmadu Muazu, resigned from office.

There is no resurgence of Boko Haram despite recent attacks – FG

The Federal Government has said the recent spate of attacks by Boko Haram is not an indication of any resurgence by Boko Haram, insisting that the terrorist group remains largely decimated, dispersed and disoriented.

Speaking at a press conference in Abuja on Tuesday, the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, said anyone who is conversant with the technicalities of insurgency will not be surprised by the attacks.

I’m not ready for trial - Dasuki

Former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, today told a Federal High Court in Abuja that he was not ready for his trial to be continued. Speaking at the hearing of the money laundering charges filed against him by the Department of State Security DSS today February 16th, speaking through his Counsel, Joseph Dauda, Dasuki said he will not be available for the trial until the Federal government obey the court orders that granted him bail last year.

10 Facts Most People Do Not Know About Diabetes!

Diabetes is one of the most widely misunderstood conditions around, which is surprising considering how widespread it is. Diabetes is a life-long disease that affects the way your body handles glucose, a kind of sugar, in your blood. Most people with the condition have type 2.

415 million people have diabetes in the world and more than 14 million people in the Africa Region; by 2040 this figure will more than double. There are about 27 million people in the US with it. Another 86 million have prediabetes: Their blood glucose is not normal, but not high enough to be diabetes yet There were more than 1.56 million cases of diabetes in Nigeria in 2015. Statistic: International Diabetes Federation (IDF )Africa

Photos: Drugs, criminals, trafficked children, guns, gold intercepted in Interpol operation across Nigeria, Togo, Ghana, Benin

An operation to strengthen border controls along the Abidjan-Lagos corridor has resulted in major seizures of drugs, stolen cars, currency, firearms and fake travel documents, in addition to arrests for migrant smuggling.

The 10-day (26 January – 4 February) Operation Adwenpa saw more than 100 officers deployed to 10 air and land border control points across five countries ‒ Benin, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria and Togo – to conduct additional security checks against INTERPOL’s databases.

Two men who were the subject of INTERPOL Red Notices were identified – a Ghanaian national wanted by Brazil for drug trafficking was taken into custody at the Ghana/Cote d’Ivoire border, and a French national wanted for fraud and embezzlement by Benin was arrested at Abidjan’s Félix-Houphouët-Boigny International Airport.

Argentine player shoots referee dead & injures another player after he was given red card

An amateur football match was marred by violence after a player shot and killed a referee and also injured another player after he was given a red card. The match took place on Sunday in the Campo de la Ribera area of Cordoboa, Argentina. The referee, Cesar Flores, 48, was killed after being shot three times - once in the head, neck and chest, according to police.

Photos: Decomposing body of a 9-year-old girl found in a drain more than a month after she went missing

Decomposing body of a 9-year-old young girl who went missing more than a month ago was found in a stormwater drain on the corner of Mathlare and Tsomo streets, Mamelodi, SA on February 12.

Zinhle Ndala was playing outside with other children when she disappeared on the afternoon of January 4. No one can explain what happened to her. She was last seen wearing blue jeans, a lime t-shirt and brown shoes. Zinhle is a pupil at Zakhele Primary School and had passed with good grades and was ready to get into grade 2 this year.