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Re: Click Here To See The Faces of Latest Members (Introduction Thread) by Airdy(m) : 12:42 am On Jul 25

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Return Home, Militants Advise South-east, South South Indigenes. by Airdy(m) : 6:33 pm On Jul 25

*SAY NO GOING BACK ON AUGUST 1

*MEND WORKING TO FREE HENRY OKAH, AVENGERS’ AFFILIATE TELLS FG

The Adaka Boro Avengers (ABA) and other militant groups have asked indigenes of South-East and South-South all over Nigeria to immediately come back home.

Specifically, they called on former President Goodluck Jonathan; elder statesman, Chief Edwin Clark; King Alfred Diete Spiff; Ankio Briggs; Joseph Eva; Patrick Fufein, Pastor Good, past and present military personnel from the Niger Delta region, present senators and members of the Houses of Representatives to come to Kaiama for the official declaration of the Niger Delta Republic on August 1.

In a statement issued on Sunday, July 24, General Edmos Ayayeibo, the group’s spokesman, reiterated the earlier order that Northerners and South Westerners should vacate the South-South before August 1.

He warned the Federal Government to “move out all military personnel and all government agencies out of the Niger Delta,” noting that “failure will lead to destruction of military barracks and personnel.”

General Ayayeibo also warned that non-indigenes of South-South and SouthEast who remained in Niger Delta after the declaration of independence would have themselves to blame.

“The Nigerian community is aware of what happened some weeks back after our seven days ultimatum given to the multinational oil companies in the Niger Delta. Every one witnessed how many lives that were lost and how many oil installations that were destroyed,”

General Ayayeibo said. The statement reads in part, “We are also using this medium to call on the Niger Delta famous sons and daughters. Pa E. K. Clark, King Alfred Diete Spiff, His Excellency Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, Ankio Briggs, Joseph Eva, Patrick Fufein, Pastor Good, the children of late Pa Isaac Adaka Boro, past and present military personnel from the Niger Delta region. “Past and present governors from the Niger Delta, past and present senators and Houses of Representatives members. “Finally all sons and daughters of Niger Delta Republic to come to Kaiama for the official declaration of the Niger Delta Republic.” Independent recalls that on Wednesday, July 20, leaders of the Hausa and Yoruba communities in Warri dismissed ABA’s August 1 ultimatum to leave the South South.

One Mallam Rabiu Abdulraman, leader of Hausa youths in the town who spoke in Hausa Quarters, Igbudu area of Warri, said while the Ijaw militants had the right to agitate “for whatever they claim to be their right, they should also remember that other law-abiding Nigerian citizens who believe in the unity of the country have their rights to be protected and live in any part of the country of their choice.”

Similarly, Mr. Abiodun Oguntomisin, a Yoruba youth, said that no group could chase away Yoruba people from any part of Nigeria.

He said that the Yoruba also have militant group in Nigeria known to all and warned the Niger Delta militants to rethink their decision.

Oguntommisin accused the militants of pursuing a selfish agenda and added that “nobody will benefit from this unbridled brigandage of the Niger Delta militants.

Their leaders and our so-called human rights groups should call them to order now instead of keeping quiet in the face of the wreckage they are causing the nation because of imagined or perceived marginalisation by successive governments.”

Independent further recalls that ADA had on Tuesday, July 5, indicated that it would team up with the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) to attack more oil installations in the Niger Delta.

The activities of these militant groups have negatively affected Nigeria’s crude oil production and sales. As at May 2016, Nigeria’s oil production had dropped to 1.65m barrels a day, the lowest output in 22 years, as a result of resurgence of militant activities in the Niger Delta region.

Meanwhile, Ultimate Warriors of Niger Delta (UWND), an affiliate of the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA), alleged on Sunday that the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND), which recently unveiled the names of some respected leaders from the region to negotiate on behalf of the militants, is only working to free Henry and Charles Okah.

MEND had earlier confirmed that it was in talks with the Federal Government to end attacks on oil pipelines in the Niger Delta region and urged the Federal Government to ignore NDA, whose members it described as criminals.

http://independentnig.com/2016/07/25/return-home-militants-advise-south-east-south-south-indigenes/

Nigerian man on death row cries- they electrocuted my penix by Airdy(m) : 1:26 am On Jul 26

Recently, Michael Titus Igweh who is facing imminent execution in Indonesia, tearfully told a court that police electrocuted his genitals to force him to confess to possessing heroin.Recently, Michael Titus Igweh who is facing imminent execution in Indonesia, tearfully told a court that police electrocuted his genitals to force him to confess to possessing heroin.

It was reported that Igweh, is among several prisoners on death row whom lawyers and human rights groups are frantically lobbying to save amid claims that they’re tortured and their legal cases riddled with corruption, errors and miscarriages of justice.

Igweh, a clothes importer who was sentenced to death in 2003 for possessing 5.8kg of heroin, said: “I was constantly beaten, and my genitals electrocuted until I was helpless. In fact, I was threatened to be shot.”
However, sources revealed that the third wave of executions in Indonesia could be held within days. It is understood the Nigerian embassy has now been notified that their national is among those to be killed.
Recently, Michael Titus Igweh who is facing imminent execution in Indonesia, tearfully told a court that police electrocuted his genitals to force him to confess to possessing heroin.

Michael Titus Igweh
It was reported that Igweh, is among several prisoners on death row whom lawyers and human rights groups are frantically lobbying to save amid claims that they’re tortured and their legal cases riddled with corruption, errors and miscarriages of justice.

Igweh, a clothes importer who was sentenced to death in 2003 for possessing 5.8kg of heroin, said: “I was constantly beaten, and my genitals electrocuted until I was helpless. In fact, I was threatened to be shot.”
However, sources revealed that the third wave of executions in Indonesia could be held within days. It is understood the Nigerian embassy has now been notified that their national is among those to be killed.

According to the Indonesian human rights group, Imparsial executive director Al Araf, said an anti-death penalty coalition would present the staff of Indonesian President Joko Widodo, with a list of about 7 death row prisoners who had faced unfair trials and miscarriages of justice, saying: “It is very dangerous to carry out executions when the legal system is fragile and riddled with corruption, error, manipulation and collusion.”

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court last week rejected an application for a case review into the case of Igweh. His lawyer, Sitor Situmorang, said that Supreme Court judges should try cases based on the law and not to achieve popularity or appear tough.

He said: “We accepted Michael’s case because we saw it had merit,” Sitor said. He said Igweh’s conviction was based on the testimony of 2 alleged accomplices, Marlena and Izuchukwu Okoloaja, who died in police custody and could therefore not testify in court. We believe Marlena and Okoloaja gave Michael’s name just so the police would stop torturing them. They were healthy when they’re arrested, they had no history of illness, they all just suddenly died while in police custody. We all know what that means.”

https://www.naij.com/903144-ewoo-meet-man-whose-electrocuted-indonesia-photo.html

Speed limiting devices will reduce road crashes by 70% – FRSC by Airdy(m) : 1:10 am On Jul 27

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) on Tuesday said the speed limiting devices introduced by the commission had the capacity to reduce road accidents by 70 per cent annually.

Mr Adegoke Adetunji, the Ogun Sector Commander of FRSC, disclosed this in Ota during an awareness campaign and stakeholders forum on speed limiting devices organised by the commission with Megatracker Speed Limiter.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that theme of the forum was ”Speed Limiter- A Nostrum for Road Traffic Crash Reduction in Nigeria”.

NAN reports that the National Assembly, had on April 1, directed the FRSC to postpone the enforcement date on the installation of speed limiting devices on vehicles.

Adetunji said that full enforcement of the policy would soon commerce.

He said that there was need for FRSC and relevant stakeholders as well as the media to embark on massive public enlightenment to raise awareness among the public.

Adetunji advised Nigerians to embrace the use of speed imiting devices to save lives on the nation’s roads.

”No nation can attain sustainable development by continuously losing its future leaders to road crashes,” the sector commander said.

Mr Leye Adegboyega, the Unit Commander of FRSC, Sango-Ota, said that the major cause of road crashes is speeding.

Adegboyega said that speed played vital roles in the determination of crashes and chance of survival.

”The higher the speed of a vehicle, the higher its chances or propensity to crash,” he said.

Adegboyega advised motorists, especially commercial drivers, to embrace the devices so that road accidents could be reduced to the barest minimum.

Mr Tunde Adesanya, the Chief Marketing Officer, Megatracker Speedlimiter, said that the speed limiting devices would put drivers in check and ensure sanity on the roads.

”The more we encourage people to embrace the policy, the more lives would be saved from crashes,” Adesanya said.

Adesanya said that with proper sensitisation, the people would be willing to use the devices.

Source: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/07/speed-limiting-devices-will-reduce-road-crashes-70-frsc/

panicked residents following militants attack in lagos by Airdy(m) : 4:55 pm On Jul 27

– Suspected militants created panic in Adaxson community in Lagos

– Security operatives were deployed to maintain peace after the attack

– This is a series of attack recorded in the region suspected to be perpetuated by militants

The Adaxson community in the LASU area of Lagos state has been thrown into frenzy following an attack by suspected militants from the Niger Delta region.

The attack was carried out on Tuesday, July 26 and multiple sources said many people were killed as the militants entered into people’s houses to torment them.
A report by the Eagle Online said the militants attacked the patrol van in which the policemen drove and that the car was left riddled with bullets.
Soldiers were drafted to the scene where another round of gun battle began leaving residents trapped in their houses.
The report said the militants were overpowered and that they retreated to the Igando Creek.

The report said the militants are also battling with another set of militants in the creek over a deal gun sour.
Sources said the money, which came from the deal that took place in Ikorodu area of the state, was whisked away by one of the militants who was tracked to the Igando creek and that this was the genesis of the gun duel experienced in the area early Tuesday, July 26.
Attack by suspected militants in Lagos who access the city through the waterways has been on the rise as a monarch, Oba Yushau Oseni was abducted few days ago.

The militants who have requested for N500 million ransom warned that this is one of a series of attacks that will be carried out in the south west

Female Prisions Staff Dismissed For Smuggling Alcohol, Banned Items Into Yard by Airdy(m) : 5:38 pm On Jul 27

A female Prisons staff attached to Kirikiri female prisons, Lagos, has been dismissed from the service for smuggling alcoholic drinks into the prison yard.



The dismissal letter signed on behalf of the Controller-General of Prisons by the officer in-charge of discipline, DCP Agun Olatunji Esq, stated that the staff was found guilty of negative activities which borders on trafficking, an act that contravenes the enabling provisions of Sections 14 (i) (a) and Section 82 (n) of Prisons Act Cap P.29 LFN 2004 and punishable under Sections 14 (i) (g) and Section 83 of same Act.

Trafficking, in prisons parlance, is the act of smuggling prohibited item(s) or unauthorized information into or out of the prison yard.
The offence is usually viewed seriously because of its potential threat to security.

DCP O.F. Enobor, Head, Public Relations of NPS, in a statement on Tuesday, stated that cases of inmates making illegal phone calls from their cells, organising jail breaks, having access to weapons, escapes, etc are all traced to trafficking sometimes perpetrated by staff and this has often been a source of embarrassment not only to the Service but the nation at large
“Such compromising acts no doubt, do not augur well for the security of a custodial institution like the P risons Service and also put the lives of innocent staff and inmates in serious danger.

“The arrest of the wardress is certainly an indication of the dawn of a new era in prison management in Nigeria and a justification of the recent mass re-deployment of officers and men nationwide to strengthen security.

“It should be recalled that the Controller General of Prisons, Ja’afaru Ahmed in his maiden address to officers and men of the Nigerian Prisons Service decried the appalling state of indiscipline in the System which, more often than not, drags the reputation of the Prisons Service to public ridicule.
“He therefore vowed to restore discipline in the Service as a convenient entry point towards making the prisons a secured and true reformation centre, warning that those that lack the moral strength to impact positive values on offenders in custody should have no business being prisons officers.”

The statement added that the dismissed staff is to hand over all government properties including her uniform and Service Identification Card to the authority before leaving.

Source:Dailypost

Slain Priest Forced To Kneel Before Throat Cut by Airdy(m) : 6:05 pm On Jul 27

A Catholic priest was forced to kneel by two men armed with knives before they killed him by slitting his throat.

A nun who witnessed the deadly attack said the killers of 86-year-old Father Jacques Hamel also filmed the murder at the parish church in Normandy and gave a "sermon around the altar in Arabic".

An 86-year-old worshipper is also in a serious condition in hospital after suffering severe knife wounds during the hour-long siege, which started after the knifemen stormed the building in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, near Rouen, during morning mass.

They took Father Hamel, three nuns and two worshippers hostage.
The alarm was raised after one of the nuns escaped.

The murderous pair, both carrying fake bombs and one a handgun, were shot dead by police as they charged out of the church shouting "Allahu Akbar" (God is greatest), using the nuns as human shields.

One of the attackers has been identified as 19-year-old Adel Kermiche, who was from the town where the atrocity happened.

Known to the security services, he had twice attempted to travel to Syria and was under house arrest with an electronic tag, but this was turned off for a few hours each morning to allow him to leave home.
Describing the murder, the nun, identified as Sister Danielle, told French TV: "They forced him to his knees. He wanted to defend himself. And that's when the tragedy happened.


"They recorded themselves. They did a sort of sermon around the altar in Arabic. It's a horror."

She said of her dead colleague: "He was an extraordinary priest. He was a wonderful, kind man."
Islamic State claimed two of its "soldiers" carried out the deadly assault.

Visiting the scene of the atrocity, French President Francois Hollande described it as a "vile terrorist attack" and vowed to fight the IS extremists "using all means possible".

Anti-terror chiefs have been appointed to take charge of the investigation and have arrested one person in connection with the attack.

French media have also reported that the church targeted was one of several Catholic sites on the hit-list of a 24-year-old Algerian student.
Sid Ahled Ghlam was arrested last year on suspicion of murdering a mother-of-one during a botched attempt to attack a church in Villejuif.

He was sent by Belgian Abdelhamid Abaaoud, who directed a cell which carried out the 13 November attacks in Paris during which 130 people were killed and the 22 March attacks in Brussels that killed 32 people.

Pope Francis also expressed his "pain and horror" and said he was appalled by the "barbaric killing".

The attack comes almost two weeks after the Bastille Day massacre in Nice which left 84 people dead after Tunisian Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel drove a truck into a crowd celebrating the national holiday on 14 July.

Re: Prisons wardress dismissed for smuggling alcoholic drinks to prisoners by Airdy(m) : 7:40 pm On Jul 27

What else, BT dis is already in fp na, y d repitition?

Blackberry's second android phone after priv by Airdy(m) : 7:52 pm On Jul 27

Its now Official,the Blackberry DTEK50 is Blackberry's second Android powered Smartphone.Its almost the same as the Alcatel Idol 4 in design and internals,but unlike the Blackberry Priv,the new comer is an all touch screen device.

The device highlights a special security feature which gives its users secure voice calls, text messages and file sharing capabilities, while the DTEK app allows you to control and monitor security and privacy on the handset.

See full specs & images below

BlackBerry DTEK50 specifications

5.2-inch (1920 x 1080 pixels) Full HD scratch-resistant display
Octa-Core Snapdragon 617 (4 x 1.5GHz + 4 x 1.2GHz) processor with 550MHz Adreno 405 GPU
3GB RAM with 16GB internal storage, expandable memory up to 2TB with microSD
Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)
13MP rear camera with dual-tone LED Flash, PDAF, f/2.0 aperture, 6P lens
8MP front-facing camera with LED flash, f2.2, 84-degree wide angle lens
Dimensions: 147×72.5×7.4mm; Weight: 135g
3.5mm audio jack, FM Radio
4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac (2.4 GHz & 5 GHz), Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, NFC
2610mAh battery with fast charging

Price tag? Its already available for preorder from bb official shop

OAU re-opens, fresh students to resume Aug 3 by Airdy(m) : 6:55 pm On Jul 29

Osogbo —The Senate of the Obafemi Awolowo
University, OAU, Ile-Ife, yesterday announced the re-
opening of the university barely 36 days after it
was shut following the crises that rocked the
institution.
Osogbo —The Senate of the Obafemi Awolowo
University, OAU, Ile-Ife, yesterday announced the re-
opening of the university barely 36 days after it
was shut following the crises that rocked the
institution.

Source: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/07/oau-re-opens-fresh-students-resume-aug-3/

Condemnation as Indonesia executes Osmane, Eleweke, Igweh by Airdy(m) : 7:07 pm On Jul 29

Indonesia Friday executed four drug convicts, three of
them foreigners, by firing squad, an official said,
drawing swift condemnation from rights groups as
Jakarta pushes on with its campaign of capital
punishment.
Ten others expected to have faced the firing squad,
including nationals from Pakistan, India and Zimbabwe
as well as Indonesians, were not put to death but
officials said they would be executed at a later
stage.
Authorities did not give a reason for the reprieve,
but the prison island where they were expected to
be executed in outdoor clearings was hit by a major
storm as the other sentences were carried out.
"This was done not in order to take lives but to
stop evil intentions, and the evil act of drug
trafficking," Noor Rachmad, deputy attorney general
for general crimes, told reporters.
He added that "the rest (of the executions) will be
carried out in stages", saying that the timings had
not yet been decided.
Amnesty International condemned the executions with
the group's Rafendi Djamin labelling them "a
deplorable act".
"Any executions that are still to take place must
be halted immediately. The injustice already done
cannot be reversed, but there is still hope that it
won't be compounded."
The UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the
European Union had also voiced opposition to the
plan in recent days.
It was the first round of executions in Indonesia
since April last year when authorities put to death
eight drug convicts, including two Australians, which
sparked international outrage.
Friday's executions came after a day of frenetic
activity, with distraught relatives travelling to
Nusakambangan island to say farewells to their
loved ones and ambulances carrying coffins over to
the heavily guarded penal colony.
- Execution drive -
The executed Indonesian was named as Freddy
Budiman, while the three others, Nigerians, were:
Seck Osmane, Humphrey Jefferson Ejike Eleweke and
Michael Titus Igweh.
Eleweke's lawyer, Afif Abdul Qoyim, told AFP the
execution should not have gone ahead as his client
this week filed a legal appeal.
"When this process in not respected, that means
that this is no longer a country that upholds the
law, nor human rights," he said.
Two people whose cases had raised high-profile
international concern among rights groups were not
executed.
The first was Pakistani Zulfiqar Ali, whom rights
groups say was beaten into confessing to the crime
of heroin possession, leading to his 2005 death
sentence.
Syed Zahid Raza, the deputy Pakistani ambassador in
Indonesia, hailed his reprieve as a victory and said it
was due to diplomatic efforts in Jakarta and
Islamabad.
The other was Indonesian woman Merri Utami, who was
caught with heroin in her bag as she came through
Jakarta airport and claims she was duped into
becoming a drug mule.
At Cilacap, the city closest to Nusakambangan,
family members were initially shocked to learn on
Thursday morning their relatives would be executed
in a matter of hours, having initially thought it
would take place a day later.
Some distressed relatives protested their loved
ones' innocence, while 10 women's rights activists
rallying in support of Utami were detained.
It was the third batch of executions under President
Joko Widodo, and means 18 drug convicts -- mostly
foreigners -- have been put to death since he
became leader in 2014.
Widodo has defended dramatically ramping up the use
of capital punishment, saying that Indonesia is
fighting a war on drugs and traffickers must be
heavily punished.
But his execution drive has shocked the international
community and disappointed activists, particularly as
hopes were high that Widodo, seen as a fresh face
in a political world dominated by figures from
Indonesia's authoritarian past, would improve the
country's rights record.

FG promises to generate 6, 000 megawatts by Dec 2016 by Airdy(m) : 4:11 am On Jul 30

The Federal Government has promised to generate 6, 000 megawatts by December 2016 based on the measures put in place to achieve maximal supply of electricity to consumers in the country. This was stated by the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola during a visit by delegates from the International Monetary Fund, IMF, in his office. The Minister who was represented by the Minister of State Power, Works and Housing, Hon Mustapha Shehuri, maintained that the Buhari-led administration will not rest until it achieves the target of power generation, address infrastructural decay in the sector and a sustainable economy. He also acknowledged that the country a population of over 160 million people has a severe challenge of infrastructural decay and deficiency and traceable to endemic corruption over the years by past administrations. According to the Minister the government through its unveiled Road Map to Power will tackle the decay of infrastructure via a holistic approach. “We are expecting that our generating capacity will be over 6, 000 megawatts by end of 2016, 10, 000 in 2019, and 30, 000 megawatts in 2030, and as planned within the maxim of incremental, stable and un-interrupted power”, he stated. The Minister further assured that with the recent steps taken by the government to harness the abundant solar energy in the country by the signing on the Power Purchase Agreements, PPAs, with 14 companies in nine states and the Federal Capital Territory, FCT.

Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/07/fg-promises-generate-6-000-megawatts-dec-2016/

Adeboye Frowns At Pastors Growing Beards by Airdy(m) : 11:57 pm On Aug 02

THE General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, has frowned at ministers of the gospel growing beards in the name of new fashion, just as he declared that as tough as things are in the nation today, “we are not owing anybody any salary.

“I don’t want to see any of my pastors looking like fellows from the training camps of Al-Qaeda,” he said, stating that any elderly person who cannot show the noble journey for the youths in terms of dressing is not worthy to be described as an elder.

According to him, the youths are young and they don’t know where they are going, but if you watch closely you will find that they don’t know where they are going, noting “they often look up to their fathers for direction but if a father himself does not know what he is doing then there something wrong.

“The youths don’t respect an elder that looks like them. You are supposed to be their guiding light after they have fooled around,” Adeboye stated, saying pastors should be clean shaven at all times and must not in any way grow beards that will portray them as persons of different persuasion.

He also decreed that anybody who brings tribalism into the church should either leave the church immediately or will soon die like Annanais and Sapphira.

In the same vein, he said no pastor has the church’s blessing to impose Yoruba songs as part of the church sevice in other parts of the country, emphasising the need for pastors in other parts of the country to encourage the locals to sing and rejoice in their local dialects.

The 74-year General Overseer also enjoined all pastors in the church to regularly do a medical check up to avoid unnecessary and sudden deaths that can be avoided if the proper thing is done.

Worried about various reports of arranged marriages among brethren some of which have been linked to various disruptions in several relationships, Pastor Adeboye also decreed that no RCCG pastor should be seen to be involved in arranging marriages among brethren in the church.

We recall that Pastor Adeboye has earlier counselled youths of the church on marriage, saying “don’t ever marry outside the church and you have no reason to marry outside RCCG. The reason is that if you are both from the same church even when trouble comes it is easier for the pastors to handle it!

“Don’t marry a girl simply because she can sing! In the choir there are some people that can sing but they are fallen angels! Marry a prayer warrior! If a girl cannot pray for one hour, don’t marry her.

“Don’t marry a girl who is lazy! Don’t marry a girl who cannot cook, she needs to know how to do chores and cook because you cannot afford to be eating out all the time.

“Don’t marry a girl who is worldly! If you do, you have carried what you’ll worship for the rest of your life!” he advised.

The General Overseer also announced the establishment of an Investigation Committee to assist the mission on issues bordering on security.


http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/08/adeboye-restricts-pastors-from-growing-beards/

best selfie of the year by Airdy(m) : 11:02 pm On Aug 13

Lol..so cute, d little guy's sandal tho

Majid Michel, Ivie Okujaiye-Egboh, Tope Tedela & More star in Eric Aghimien’s “Slow Country” | Watch the Trailer on BN TV by Airdy(m) : 6:25 am On Apr 30




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Stunning Female School Janitor Allegedly Rapes Male Student After He 'Turned Her Down' (Photos) by Airdy(m) : 6:25 am On Apr 30




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