Monday, March 7, 2016

James Ocholi's Driver passes on In National Hospital,abuja

The driver of the Sport Utility Vehicle which conveyed the Minister of Labour and Productivity, Mr James Ocholi, SAN who died along with his family members on Sunday in a ghastly accident in Doma Village, Along Kaduna- Abuja high way has dead, bringing the number of deaths to five.
The driver whose name was unknown as at the time of filing in this report was said to have sustained serious injuries during the auto crash and was rushed to National Hospital, Abuja for treatment where he eventually died in the early hours of today

Appointments That Shows Buhari's Administration Is Wasteful

When President Muhammadu Buhari won the April 11, 2015 presidential elections in Nigeria last year, one of the promises he made to Nigerians is that he will run a lean government to save cost.

But, the recent appointments by the president suggest that it is either Buhari lied to Nigerians or he has simply forgotten his promise.

The president has embarked on a needless and unnecessary ’employment’ drive, which seem to be a calculated attempt to reward political patronage. lists five appointments which raised eyebrows across Nigeria.

Activist USA Ambassador pushes aggressive LGBT agenda in the caribbean.

by Martin Arauxo
HomoprideObama ambassadorial appointee and LGBT activist, James Wally Brewster has endeavored to promote alternative lifestyle values in the conservative Dominican Republic.

Ever since Ambassador Brewster (who donated heavily to Barak Obama) arrived in the D.R. he has been pushing against the traditional values of the majority, by openly and steadily attempting to steer the nation into accepting ultra liberal North American culture.

He took under his stewardship the various LGBT groups on the island nation and has now set up an exclusive LGBT chamber of commerce for them (in spanish).

Man kills and buries his father in shallow grave in Anambra state

The man pictured left allegedly killed and buried his own father in Umuajana Village Umudioka, Dunukofia LGA of Anambra state. The old man had gone missing for some days and his family had started looking for him. The shallow grave where the son buried him was discovered on Sunday March 6th, around 2pm after someone raised suspicion. The son was handed over to the police for further investigation. See more photos after the jump.

Saraki Bribes Judicial Reporters Ahead Of Corruption Trial - Sahara Reporters

With his trial before the Code of Conduct Tribunal scheduled for Friday, March 11, 2016, Senate President Bukola Saraki’s aides have given bribes to judiciary numerous reporters based in Abuja in order to shape the reporting of the trial, two reliable sources have confirmed to SaharaReporters.

An undercover investigator for SaharaReporters was present when Mr. Saraki’s aides met with Judiciary reporters inside an Abuja garden called Nelson Nuek Gardens, and handed each of the reporters the sum of N50,000. The garden is located in the Central Business District of Abuja, quite close to the International Conference Center.

Man Gruesomely Murdered By Cultist In Ikorodu Area Of Lagos.. Very Graphic Photo

According to online reports, cultists on rampage attacked and hacked a man to death gruesomely on Sunday night ago at Jaladugbo street, Ikorodu area in Lagos. The deceased reportedly known as Sunshine was hacked to death by some cultists who shot sporadically before escaping on a motorcycle.

NNPC Pays N85bn Into Federation Account

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) says it has paid N85.96 billion into the Federation Account for January 2016.
This was contained in its Monthly Operations and Financial Report for January, released on Sunday in Abuja.
The corporation said it made the payment in spite of recording a loss of N3.55 billion in the same month.
It also said it paid N1.05 trillion into the Federation Account within a 12-month period, from February 2015 to January 2016.
Giving a breakdown of the amounts transferred in January, NNPC said N85.077 billion was from the sale of crude oil while N880.3 million was receipts from gas sales.

Suggestions On How To Check The Hausa/fulani Menace

I will start by stating my observation. Whenever there are attacks from the core northerners in the south, instead of us to rise as one man to condemn and address the issue, you see Igbos mocking Yorubas if the attack was in the west and you see Yorubas mocking Igbos if the attack was in the east. This has to stop because we need a united front to effectively check the fulani caliphate.

James Ocholi's Dead Body (Graphic Photo)

The Minister of State for Labour and Productivity, Hon James Ocholi (SAN) died this afternoon in a fatal motor accident along Abuja – Kaduna road while travelling with his son and wife. Here are photos from the car crash.

Gov. Ambode Addresses Media On The Rescue Of The Three Female Students

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode addressed the media on the rescue of the three female students of Babington Macaulay Junior Seminary, Ikorodu at the Lagos House, Ikeja, on Sunday, March 06, 2016. With him were Commanding Officer, 9 Mechanized Brigade, Brigadier General Bulama Biu; Commissioner of Police, Mr. Fatai Owoseni; Attorney General & Commissioner for Justice, Mr. Adeniji Kazeem and Commissioner for Information & Strategy, Mr. Steve Ayorinde, Commander, Nigeria Navy Ship Beecroft, Apapa, Navy Commodore Abraham Adaji and Director, Department of State Security Service, Mr. Adekunle Ajanuku. More photos after the jump...

13 Facts About The Late James Ocholi

The Minister of State for Labour and Productivity, Mr. James Ocholi, his son and wife were Sunday killed 57 kilometers away from Kaduna after a rear tier of the Jeep they were driving in had a rear-tire bust, skidded off, and somersaulted several times into the bush, said the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC. Vanguard presents

13 facts about the late minister Ocholi during ministerial screening:

1.) Enojo James Ocholi, Senior Advocate Of Nigeria(SAN) was born on 26th November 1960.

2.) He hails from Dekina Local Government area of Kogi State.

Support police, LASG tells residents

Samson Folarin
The Lagos State Government has asked residents to help the police in fighting crime by reporting criminal activities in their areas.

The government urged all residents to take advantage of the anonymous platforms of telephone calls and text messages to make such reports.

The Special Adviser to the Governor on Communities and Communication, Kehinde Bamigbetan, spoke during the monthly meeting of Community Development Committees and Neighbourhood Watch Security outfit with other stakeholders across the state, a statement said on Sunday.

UPDATED: Ogun communities protest lack of power, social amenities

Sodiq Adelakun and Samson Folarin

Residents of Ibafo and Magboro and other communities in Obafemi Owode Local Government Area of Ogun state are protesting the lack of power supply and social amenities.

The protesters who stormed THE PUNCH office on Monday at about 7am to express their grievances, also blocked the Lagos-Ibadan expressway causing heavy traffic gridlock.

The group sang solidarity songs as they urged the government to intervene in their plight before the rainy season.

BREAKING: Court remands ex-Chief of Defence Staff, Badeh in prison

A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja has remanded a former Chief of Defence Staff, Alex Badeh, in Kuje Prison.

Badeh was arraigned before the court today on 10 counts of money laundering.

The arraignment was initially billed for Thursday last week, but had to be shifted because of the absence of Justice Okon Abang.

The EFCC had on Monday last week filed 10 counts of money laundering against Badeh and a firm, Iyalikam Nigeria Limited, accusing them of fraudulently removing N3.97bn from the account of the Nigerian Air Force in 2013.

[VIDEO] War against Boko Haram: I haven’t failed, Buhari Updates Qatari Media, Al Jazeera

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Arab days of shame (MUST READ!)

by Ghassan Kadi
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has finally had it its way. A meeting held last month of GCC and other Arab Foreign Ministers has condemned Iran for the attack on the Saudi Embassy incident, and the Lebanese Foreign Minister Basil; from the 8th of March Coalition pro-Hezbollah camp, abstained from voting. As a result, Lebanon was punished by Saudi Arabia as the latter decided to renege on the $4bn aid promise to the Lebanese Army and Internal Security.