Thursday, December 20, 2012

Nkiru Slyvanus: Police arrest 16 suspects

Imo State Police Command yesterday said it has arrested 16 suspects in connection with the kidnapping of Nollywood actress and Special Assistant to the State Governor on Public Affairs, Nkiru Sylvanus. The state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Mr. Vitalis Onugu (DSP), disclosed that the suspects were arrested in a raid of suspected kidnappers’ dens in the forest, adding that they were already assisting the police in its investigation.
Meanwhile, the state government has directed security agencies to arrest any unauthorised person found using siren and vehicles with tinted glasses. Rising from a security council meeting, the state Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, said the renewed war against unauthorised use of siren and tinted glasses was part of the stringent measures adopted by the council to checkmate crime in the state, especially during the Yuletide.
Also, members of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Southeast Zone, demanded the immediate release of the actress. Members of the actors’ body, led by its National Vice President, Southeast, Ikechukwu Ezenagu, a legal practitioner, barricaded the entrance of Government House displaying placards with various inscriptions which include, “Southeast governors give Nollywood actors security,” “Insecurity is the bane of investment in the Southeast,” “Turn away from kidnapping and join Nollywood,” among others.

Principal test Female Student Virginity

Ogun State Government yesterday waded into the reported case of a school principal in charge of one of its schools, Mrs. Olufunke Olatundun Aladeojebi who was alleged to have conducted virginity test on some female students of Ajuwon High School, Iju Ajuwon in Ifo Local Government Area.
After preliminary investigations conducted by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Mrs. Aladeojebi had been suspended from work. The state commissioner, Barrister Segun Odubela said the Ministry had invited and interrogated the school principal to give her fair hearing. Odubela added that a five-man panel consisting of officials of both the Ministry and Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) was set up to further investigate the case and make appropriate recommendations on how to deal with the matter.
The panel has 14 days to submit its report. Odubela added that the government was concerned about the welfare and interest of the students and therefore would not tolerate any act that would compromise their fundamental rights or jeopardise their future. “We equally believe in the need to maintain discipline in our schools and to follow due process in the handling of this particular case. We appeal to the parents of the students involved to be patient and allow us to handle the case as dictated by the law of the land and service rules, ” he said.

 what do you think about this issue?

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Mad Woman Regains Her Senses After Being Hit By A Car

The miraculous  story has been told about the miraculous cure of a 40-year-old mentally ill woman who has been simply identified as Olubisi Aina at Sanyo area of Ibadan, Oyo State on Tuesday, 11th December, 2012 after an auto accident.

According to the Tribune, which reported the story, the way and manner in which Olubisi Aina regained her sanity after about a decade or more of insanity is amazing and it could be described as a wonder. Aina had been insane for 10 years or thereabout and paraded herself, most often nakedly, on the Sanyo-Temidire-Agbamu road, her habitation for over a decade.
She usually slept on her back with her face up in drainages or on the main road close to the bridge on Damo River in the area; and come rain or shine, Olubisi was always in her habitat and is well known in the neighbourhood. Perhaps that was her saving grace on Monday, 10th December, 2012 when a car ran over her where she was sleeping at about 9a.m.

Olubisi was quickly rushed to Oore-Ofe Hospital and Maternity Home where her bruised mouth and legs were attended to. However, after being discharged, patron of the hospital, Mr Toyin Adesina, advised that she should have a bath. She was later led by acquaintances to Damo River where she was given new sponge and soap for her bath. As she raised the sponge above her head, she said Thank you God  in Yoruba Language. Instantly, she regained her sanity and whatever question was posed to her, she answered accurately!

Our God Is Good

Monday, December 17, 2012

Why my mother was kidnapped – Okonjo-Iweala

 Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala who is the Coordinating Minister of the Economy and Minister of  Finace   revealed on Monday that her mother, Prof Kamene Okonjo was kidnapped by those who claimed their fuel subsidy payments were blocked and the non-release of SURE-P funds.

She further stressed  her mother was  neither given food nor water during her kidnap.

Is she right?

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Woman Gives Birth To Baby With A Frog Look

A woman in Ekiti finally gave birth to a baby after 13months of pregnancy with anencephaly .

Anencephaly is a abnormal condition caused by a neural tube defect, which causes the baby to have frog-like characteristics.Children born with this condition lack the forebrain which is responsible for thinking.

The remaining brain tissue is often exposed not covered by bone or skin.

It has been proven beyond every reasonable doubt that there is no cure or standard treatment for anencephaly and the prognosis for patients.

Things are happening recently oooo....I hope we are safe

Sullivan is not dead

It just came to our desk that the Executive Governor of Enugu State,sillivan chime is not dead,irrespective of the rumour carried around by various medias

Alhaji Mukhtar Yero sworn in as Governor of Kaduna state

Alhaji Mukhtar Yero was on Sunday sworn-in as the new Governor of Kaduna State by the state Chief Judge, Justice Rahila Cudjo.
The ceremony conducted at Sir Kashim Ibrahim Government House, Kaduna was witnessed by members of the state Executive Council, government officials and traditional rulers.

Gov. Yero replaced late Gov. Patrick Yakowa who died in a helicopter crash on Saturday in Bayelsa.

In his acceptance speech, the governor pledged to continue with the transformation agenda laid by his predecessor.