Imo State Governor Rochas Gives Workers 18 Days Christmas Holiday

The Imo State Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, has directed that the civil servants in the state to vacate for the Christmas holiday on Friday, December 22, 2017.
They will resume on Monday, January 8, 2018.

According to a press statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr. Sam Onwuemeodo, workers on essential duties were exempted from this development.
The release also said that government gives workers in the state workforce reasonable time every Christmas to enable them celebrate with their loved ones.
He said,

Don’t Send New Year Message To Nigerians, PDP Tells APC

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), yesterday, admonished the  Federal Government not to bother sending New Year message to Nigerians on January 1, 2018.

PDP in a statement issued by its National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, said this is because the current administration led by the All Progressives Congress (APC) has not fulfilled any of the promises contained in previous New Years’ messages since its assumption of office.
It noted that it will be the height of callousness for the ruling party and the government to “spew another round of propaganda and false hope in the name of new year messages.”
According to the opposition party, though Nigerians are very patient people, they are “ tired of APC’s incompetence, lies and endless propaganda.”
The PDP said what Nigerians are eagerly waiting for is the farewell address of the APC administration in 2019.
The statement read: “ Every New Year, since 2016, the APC and its Federal Government have been reeling out heaps of promises which they had no intentions to fulfill. Now they are warming up to reel out fresh ones in January 2018.

“What is the need of a New Year message from APC Government when it would be replete with propaganda?  What is the need of their yearly assurances when the only thing we see is an arrogant and incompetent government plunging the nation into economic recession and visiting the citizens with the worst forms of untold hardship.”

Beyonce Shares Behind The Scenes Snaps Of Husband's 'Family Feud' Music Video

She's featured in her husband Jay Z's music video for Family Feud. And now, Beyonce has shared behind the scenes pictures from the recently released music video.

The 36-year-old posted a series of images from the set of herself as well as with Jay Z. The mother of three flaunted her cleavage in a navy gown, complete with a chunky belt.
Their daughter Blue Ivy also makes an appearance on Beyonce's Instagram; the five-year-old posed with dad Jay Z.
Jay Z, 48, used his words to confess his undying devotion to his family during his star-studded music video for his latest song Family Feud.
The music video was released on his streaming service Tidal on Friday afternoon.
The nearly eight-minute video directed by Ava DuVernay spans between 400 years.

Blame Passing, President Buhari’s New Year Gift To Nigerians, Says Soyinka

• Country Now Dysfunctional, Declares Nobel Laureate • APC Backs Govt Decision On Fuel Subsidy
• PDP Seeks Forensic Probe Of New Subsidy Regime • Opposition Says Ruling Party Not Equipped For Governance
Professor Wole Soyinka
As the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) continue to bicker over the rationale for the covert restoration of fuel subsidy, Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, says he can only wish Nigerians less misery in the coming year.Soyinka stressed that prevailing socio-economic circumstances in the country make a genuine happy New Year greeting an extravagant wish, adding that 40 years after the country passed through the same problems associated with scarcity of fuel, the ugly development is still rife.
Making reference to a Daily Times publication of June 7, 1977, the laureate said, “The accompanying news clipping from June, 1977 came into my hands quite fortuitously. It is forty years old. It captures the unenviable enigma that is the Nigerian nation. It is however a masterful end-of-year image to take into the coming year, not only for the individual now at the helm of government, General Buhari, but for a people surely credited with the most astounding degree of patience and forbearance on the African continent – except of course among themselves, when they turn into predatory fiends. When many of us are blissfully departed, an updated rendition of this same clipping – with a change of cast here and there – will undoubtedly be reproduced in the media, with the same alibis, the same in-built panacea of blame passing.”
In a statement on the state of the nation, Soyinka continued: “Let this be called to our collective

Psychic Predicts Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Early Breakup After Marriage

An Australian psychic has predicted how 2018 will unfold for the royal family, and the news isn't promising for one particular couple.

Kerrie Erwin appeared on Sunrise on Sunday to reveal whether Prince Harry, 33, and his fiancée Meghan Markle, 36, would last and also claimed to know the gender of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge's third child.
And while it's happy news for one couple, Kerrie claims the other, is headed for a split months ahead of their highly anticipated wedding.

When asked how Meghan and Harry will fare once they settle into royal life together, Kerrie claimed

Dogara to establish football club in Bauchi

Yakubu Dogara, speaker of the house of representatives, says he will establish a football club in Bauchi state.
Dogara to establish football club in Bauchi
The speaker announced his plan at the final of the Dogara Unity Cup competition which held in the Bogoro local government area of the state.
Dogara expressed displeasure that no Bauchi indigene is currently in the lineup of the national football team.
He said in 2018, he will sponsor a football competition for teams from all the 20 local government areas in the state.
The speaker said he would invite officials from the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) to scout for players from the quarter-finals stage.
Dogara said his prospective football club players will be drawn from teams that participated in the just concluded competition.
Teams from seven local government areas took part in the competition.
3sc of Bauchi won the tournament while Dass team and Spiders came second and third respectively.

Two Protesters Killed, Social Media Apps Blocked As Iranians Rally Against Economic Hardship

 Iran on Sunday blocked access to Instagram and a popular messaging app used by activists to organize and publicize the protests now roiling the Islamic Republic, as authorities said two demonstrators had been killed overnight in the first deaths attributed to the rallies. The demonstrations, which began Thursday over the economic woes plaguing Iran and continued Sunday, appear to be the largest to strike the Islamic Republic since the protests that followed the country's disputed 2009 presidential election.
A wave of spontaneous protests over Iran's weak economy swept into Tehran on Saturday, with college students and others chanting against the government just hours after hard-liners held their own rally in support of the Islamic Republic's clerical establishment. (AP Photo)
They were fanned in part by messages sent on the Telegram messaging app, which authorities blocked Sunday along with the photo-sharing app Instagram, which is owned by tech giant Facebook.
Many in Iran are learning about the protests and sharing images of them through Telegram, a mobile phone messaging app popular among the country's 80 million people. On Saturday, Telegram shut down one channel on the service over Iranian allegations it encouraged violence, something its moderator denied.
On Sunday, Telegram CEO Pavel Durov wrote on Twitter that authorities had blocked access to the app.
"Iranian authorities are blocking access to Telegram for the majority of Iranians after our public refusal to shut down ... peacefully protesting channels," he wrote.
Iran's state TV news website,, quoted an anonymous source saying that social media in Iran would be temporarily limited as a safety measure.
"With a decision by the Supreme National Security Council, activities of Telegram and Instagram are

Buhari Sacks Femi Adesina, Replaced Him With Late Dele Giwa- FFK

 Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani Kayode has appeared to be making jest of the Federal Government over the recent appointment of seven dead persons into the Board of Agencies and Parastatals
He tweeted "Reliable sources at the Presidency said President Muhammadu Buhari has sacked his spokesperson Femi Adesina and replaced him with the late Dele Giwa! Another great appointment for the dead! Corpsocracy (the rulership of the living by the dead) is alive and well in Nigeria!

Buhari Appoints Dead Persons Into Boards Of Government Agencies

With heavy hearts but gratitude to God for lives well spent, we wish to announce that the death toll on the board appointments list released by the secretary to the government of the federation on Friday has increased to eight.

There are fears that the death toll may rise to 10 by year-end after more post-mortem is conducted on the list.

It was earlier discovered that two of the appointees — Francis Okpozo and Donald Ugbaja — had gone to be with the Lord long before the list was released.

Okpozo, who was a senator in the second republic, was appointed chairman of the Nigerian Press Council (NPC) while Ugbaja, a retired deputy inspector-general of police, was appointed member of the Consumer Protection Council (CPC).

But after a closer look at the list, three other persons were discovered to be deceased. They are Christopher Utov, Ahmed Bunza and Kabir Umar.

Ahmed Bunza, who died at Usman Danfodio University, Teaching Hospital, Sokoto, was buried May 22.

Bunza was a staunch supporter of the APC. He served as the sole administrator of Jega local government of Kebbi state.

Utov, a former proprietor of Fidei Polytechnic, Gboko, passed away in March 2017.

He was appointed a member of the board of the Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research.

Umar, a former emir of Katagum in Bauchi state, died on December 9.

He was picked to join the board of the Federal Medical Centre, Azare, also in Bauchi.

His son and successor is also Kabir Umar, so that gives the government an opportunity to declare that incarnation is real.

When contacted, Femi Adesina, Buhari’s spokesman, directed TheCable to the office of the secretary to the government of the federation from where the statement announcing the appointments emanated.

“Anything on that (the list), it is the office of the SGF that handles it. The office of the SGF has a spokesman,” Adesina told TheCable.

Boss Mustapha, the SGF, did not pick his calls or reply messages.

The wicked have done their worst. May their souls rest in peace.

The appointees

Senator Francis Okpozo

€Rev Fr Christopher Utov

DIG Donald Ugbaja(retd)

Garba Attahiru

Umar Dange

Magdalene Kumu

Dr Nabbs Imegwu

Comrade Ahmed Bunza

Nigeria Loses N222 Billion In One Year In Shady Crude Oil Swap Deals— NEITI

Nigeria lost over $723 million (about N221.5 billion, at N306.3 to $1) through the Offshore Processing Arrangement, OPA adopted by the Federal Government in 2015 to supply refined petroleum products in the country, the latest Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, NEITI 2015 Oil & Gas Industry Audit Report, has revealed.
Oil ship used to illustrate the story. [Photo credit: Livemint]
Oil ship used to illustrate the story. [Photo credit: Livemint]
The controversial arrangement was introduced by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation under the supervision of the then Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, and was quite popular during the Goodluck Jonathan administration.
It was an arrangement that involved the allocation of Nigeria’s crude oil to select indigenous and foreign oil traders under agreed swap contract terms, in exchange for refined products for local consumption.
Considered an alternative arrangement for the country’s four dysfunctional refineries in Port Harcourt, Warri and Kaduna, the OPA was criticised by Nigerians as a channel for corruption and waste of the country’s crude oil resources.
Apart from the difficulty in getting commensurate value of petroleum products for the volume of crude oil allocated for refining, the arrangement was identified as one of the ways corrupt

How George Weah Won Liberian Presidential Election (FULL RESULT)

Crowds of people rushed to the streets of Monrovia and other towns in Liberia as the country’s National Elections Commission, NEC, announced that George Weah, the candidate of the opposition Coalition for Democratic Change, CDC, has won 61.5 per cent of the total votes cast.
With a total of 720,023 votes, Mr. Weah, a former football star, scored 268,935 more votes than the incumbent vice president of the country, Joseph Boakai, and the candidate of the ruling Unity Party.
Liberian crowd after the announcement of George Weah as elected president. [Photo credit: Facebook]
Liberian crowd after the announcement of George Weah as elected president. [Photo credit: Facebook]
With at least 98 per cent of the results from the polling units collated and counted, analysts say Mr. Weah’s lead is unassailable and he is merely waiting for the official pronouncement as the country’s president-elect on Friday when the remaining results will be collated and computed.
From the provisional results announced, Mr. Weah won 14 out the 15 counties in the country. Mr. Weah only lost to Mr. Boakai in Lofa county where he scored a paltry 15.9 per cent of the vote to Mr. Boakai’s 84.1 per cent.
Below is a breakdown of the results announced on Thursday:
Bomi County:
Weah – 17,850 (57.4 percent)
Boakai – 13,268 (42.6 percent)

Buhari fails to award national honours in two years

President Muhammadu Buhari has failed to confer national honours on any individual since his inception of office in 2015 contrary to the usual practice of holding the investiture every year.
The President, who assumed office on May 29, 2015, failed to host the investiture in 2015 and 2017
Buhari fails to award national honours in two years
With only three working days left this year, there are no indications that it can hold in 2017.
The national award, which is instituted annually, has as its objective to recognise and honour citizens and friends of Nigeria who have distinguished themselves in their various endeavours and contributed immensely to the development of the nation.
It is also intended to serve as motivation for all Nigerians to emulate the exemplary conduct and services of those being honoured and inspire them for such national

71-Year-Old widow, Asks Gov. Ambode To Intervene In Illegal Takeover Of Her property By Govt' Officials.

Madam Edna Osaghae, a 71-year-old widow, has begged Governor Akinwunmi Ambode to resolve the mystery surrounding the illegal takeover of her property in Magodo by government officials.

She, however, commended Ambode over his swift intervention to halt alleged plans by some officers in the office of the State’ Surveyor General to illegally take over her property in Magodo area of the State.

71-Year old widow begs Governor Ambode to resolve her Magodo property takeover
Gov. Ambode
Osaghae had, in a petition dated September 20, 2017 to the Governor, recalled how troubled started when she applied to regularise the title of the property after the demise of her husband and two favourable judgements of Lagos High Court and Supreme Court.

The widow had been living in the said property situated at No 2, Roberts Street, Magodo, G.R.A, Phase 2 for the past 33 years having purchased it with her late husband in 1975. In a letter dated November 10, 2017, Osaghae said she was pleasantly surprised to receive a letter from the office of

Oil Price Inches Towards $70, 44% Above Benchmark- The Guardian

Crude oil price has risen by $20 per barrel above Nigeria’s benchmark of N45 a barrel in the 2018 proposed yearly budget.In the proposed N8.6 trillion ‘Budget of Consolidation’ presented by President Muhammadu Buhari to the National Assembly for approval, crude oil benchmark price was put at an average of N45 per barrel, based on low benchmark price of $35, medium ($45) and high ($55) scenarios, while production was set at 2.3 million barrels per day. At the close of Tuesday trading hour, global benchmark, Brent crude oil price was $65.25 a barrel, while the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) settle at $58.47 per barrel.What this means is that, at Nigeria’s production peg of 2.3 million proposed in the 2018 budget, the country will be making an excess crude oil earnings of $46 million per day (N16.5 billion), if crude oil price remain at $65 a barrel in 2018.
Brent crude oil has remained at above $60 a barrel level in the last few days, sparking talks that this could be the new floor under oil prices and that $70 a barrel oil in short term is now not only a producers’ wildest dreams, but a reality.This also shows that the crude oil production capping embarked upon by members and non-members of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is yielding positive result.
For example, as of November 2017, the OPEC and participating non-OPEC producing countries

Football legend, George Weah, Set To become Liberia’s president

Dismissed as illiterate when he first contested in 2005, George Opong Weah could become Liberia’s 25th president.The only African to have won the Ballon d’Or and FIFA World Player of the Year, Weah looked set to beat his opponent, 72-year-old vice president, Joseph Boakai, clinching 12 of the 15 counties in the West African state. He has already claimed victory in a tweet saying: “It is with deep emotion that I want to thank you, the Liberian people, for honouring me with your vote today. It is a great hope. I am deeply grateful to my family, my friends and my loyal supporters, who contributed to our campaign during this extremely long election season. We are on the verge of making history for our people.”
Football icon and candidate for the president election for the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), George Weah casts his ballot for the second round of presidential elections on December 26, 2017 at a polling station in Monrovia. Liberians go to the polls in a run-off presidential election on December 26 between Vice President Joseph Boakai and footballing icon George Weah, a vote that will mark the country’s first democratic transition since 1944.SEYLLOU / AFP
The countries National Elections Commission (NEC) however is yet to make any official declaration on the outcome of the election. On its website yesterday, NEC said it would “on Thursday December 28 (today) begin the announcement of provisional results of the 2017 presidential runoff”.
If he is declared winner, he would take over from Nobel Peace Prize winner, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who defeated him in the 2005 election. With 60 per cent of the country’s population under the age of 30, Weah’s clout as a footballing icon appeared to have given him support among the youth.
Weah topped the first round of voting in October but failed to secure the 50 per cent needed for an outright win. The runoff was delayed twice following allegations of fraud and irregularities.
Born on October 1, 1966, he came into footballing prominence when he joined Cameroun’s Tonerre Kalala in 1988 and left for Europe after a CAF Champions Cup defeat at the hands of Nigeria’s Iwuanyanwu Nationale.In Europe, he was recruited by Monaco, with the then coach, Arsene Wenger,

Buhari’s Son To Be Flown To Germany For Further Treatment- The Cable

The family of President Muhammadu Buhari is seriously considering flying their son abroad for advanced medical treatment, TheCable can report.
Yusuf, who was involved in a bike accident at Gwarinmpa in Abuja on Tuesday night, is currently at Cedacrest Hospital in the nation’s capital.
When TheCable visited the hospital on Wednesday evening, armed mobile policemen were seen guarding the place.
EXCLUSIVE: Buhari’s son to be flown to Germany for further treatment
Yusuf sustained a head injury and broke a limb in the accident, which made him undergo a surgery.
In a statement on Wednesday, Garba Shehu, senior special assistant to the president on media and publicity, said the only son of the president is in a stable condition.
But a source told TheCable that Shehu’s statement was not very accurate.
“The statement did not reflect the true situation of things. The boy is in a critical condition. He has been in the intensive care unit,” the source told TheCable.
“Some doctors in the hospital were even scared to attend to him just in case anything went wrong. Imagine doctors being scared to perform their duty. He is the only son of the president.”
The source added that the president’s family were making plans to get an air ambulance that would convey Yusuf to a German hospital which Cedacrest has an affiliation with.
Cedacrest is said to be the only orthopaedic specialist hospital in Abuja.
The doctors have reportedly advised them not to fly Yusuf out at the moment, explaining that it is

NNPC Incurs N9.4bn Petrol Subsidy In Seven Days

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has incurred about N9.4billion in subsidy since Tuesday last week going by its own admission that it has ramped up petrol import by 52million litres daily to tackle an embarrassing fuel scarcity that marred the holidays.

According to the NNPC, 52million litres of daily petrol importation translates to 364million…

Nigeria Made ₦10 trillion Profit In 2017 And Want To Borrow To Fund ₦8.6 trillion 2018 Budget?

Sleaze Hits $321m Abacha Loot Recovery As Malami Creates ‘Job For The Boys’

The celebrated imminent repatriation of $321 million stolen by Sani Abacha, former military ruler, has run into a storm with suspicious moves that may amount to “re-looting the loot” through the backdoor.
Abacha and Malami
 The federal government had, between 2013 and 2014, used the services of Swiss lawyers, Enrico Monfrini and Christian Luscher, to recover the stolen funds from Liechtenstein and Luxembourg — and domiciled the monies with the attorney-general of Switzerland since then.
Nigeria also undertook to pay 4% of the recovered Luxemburg assets as professional fees and expenses to the lawyers, in addition to roughly $6.8 million in fees to be paid to Monfrini for the Liechtenstein recoveries.
With the fees settled, all that was left for the money to be returned to Nigeria, TheCable understands, was for Abubakar Malami, Nigeria’s attorney-general, to sign an MoU with the Swiss authorities and commit to an undertaking that the funds would be properly utilised.
Previous repatriations were reportedly mismanaged with no obvious benefits for the people of Nigeria, a development that stalled further return of recovered loot to the federal government.
However, in a suspicious move, Malami went ahead to engage two Nigerian lawyers to act on his

In 21 months, 7.9 million Nigerians became Unemployed – NBS

According to data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) total of 7.956 million Nigerians became unemployed between January 2016 and September 30, 2017.
In 21 months, 7.9 million Nigerians became Unemployed?? NBS
This unemployment report survey for the third quarter of 2017 released by the NBS on December 22, 2017 puts the number at 7.956 million more than the 8,036 million it stood in 2015 Q4.  The bureau in the report stated that the number of Nigerians that became unemployed rose from 8,036 million in 2015 fourth quarter to 15.998 million in third quarter of 2017.
The report said further that between the second quarter and third quarter of 2017, the number of economically active or working age population (15 – 64 years of age) increased from 110.3 million to 111.1 million.
“The unemployment rate increased from 14.2 per cent in Q4 2016 to 16.2 per cent in Q2 2017 and 18.8 per cent in Q3 2017. The number of people within the labor force who are

''When Are We Going To Get It Right As A Country? ''Daughter Of Pres. Buhari Most Loyal Gov. (Ganduje, Kano State) Reacts To Lingering Fuel Scarcity

Posting the photo on the left, Fatima who is one of the daughters of the Kano state governor, Umar Ganduje, wrote
''I have asked myself the question over and over again, when are we going to get it right as a country? Development is a two way street, the leadership and the followership must understand this. Until we get the basics for our foundation right, we will continue to roam in darkness''.

Buhari paid Boko Haram €3m for release of Chibok girls — Report

The Federal Government paid €3m for the release of some Chibok schoolgirls who were in Boko Haram custody, according to Wall Street Journal.
In 2014, Boko Haram insurgents had kidnapped 276 girls from Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok in Borno state.
Report: Buhari paid 3m euros for release of Chibok girls
Buhari and the bought back Chibok Girls
Of the 276, 163 are now free: 57 fled in the early days after their abduction, three escaped later, and a Swiss-coached mediation secured 103.
Twenty-one of the 103 were freed on October 13, 2016, while the remaining 82 were freed on May 6 this year.
In a detailed report on the incident, WSJ said while €1m was paid for the 21 first freed, additional €2m accompanied the five Boko Haram commanders that were exchanged with the next batch: the 82 girls.
TheCable had earlier reported how the €2m were reportedly paid.
Ahmad Salkida, a journalist known to have links with the sect, and Zannah Mustapha, a lawyer, were said to be key mediators involved in both deals.
After months of talks involving Salkida and Mustapha, a breakthrough was finally reached when in late 2016, both parties agreed on a plan concerning the girls’ freedom.
WSJ said: “The plan called for two exchanges. In the first one, Boko Haram would free 20 Chibok hostages in exchange for €1m.
“If both sides were satisfied with the outcome, the rest of the girls who wanted to come home would

Photo Of Nigeria 'Before Indiscipline' As Shared By Lauretta Onochie

 President Buhari's personal assistant on social media, Lauretta Onochie shared the photo above saying it perfectly describes Nigeria 'before Indiscipline'.
Lauretta Onochie shares a photo of Nigeria

According to her, 'Nigeria before Indiscipline'; No one would believe that this was Nigeria. This was before Mr & Mrs Indiscipline Impunity, the parents of ALL our bad habits were born. Pedestrians & cyclists, did d right thing Doing d right things at all times make life a lot easier for everyone'.

Yet To Be Convicted And Never-Will Be-Convicted: See The Interesting SR Caption Of Tinubu, Ibori and Orji Photo At Orji Uzor Kalu's Daughter Wedding

See the interesting way Sahara Reporters reported news of James Ibori
Can you spot any economic criminals in the photos? See SR's caption below...

From Millionaire To Trash: Sad Story Of Ex Arsenal Star, Emmanuel Eboue Who Now Hides From Bailiffs And Sleeps On Friend's Floor

Ex-Arsenal defender Emmanuel Eboue, during an illustrious seven-year career in the Premier League earned millions of pounds in wages, lived in a mansion and drove flashy cars.

Video: Sad story of? former Arsenal star, Emmanuel Eboue who now hides from bailiffs and sleeps on a friend
But today, he spends his days hiding from ­bailiffs, sometimes sleeps on the floor of a friend’s home, travels by bus and even cleans his clothes by hand because he has no washing machine. The 34-year-old tells how his staggering riches-to-rags plight has pushed him to the brink of suicide.

In exclusive interview with Mirror,  Eboue says, “I want God to help me. Only he can help take these thoughts from my mind.”

Eboue, currently unable to play football because of ill-health, says he has been pushed to the brink. He has lost a bitter divorce battle, with his wife Aurelie awarded all of their assets. He had to hide from cops and bailiffs after being ordered by a judge to transfer his remaining Enfield home to his wife. He's faced a heartbreaking estrangement from his three kids, who he has not seen since June

Fuel Scarcity Can't Stop Us From Airing Buhari's Documentary- Femi Adesina

Femi Adesina,  spokesman of President Muhammadu Buhari, has defended the decision of the presidency to release a documentary on his principal at a time when millions of Nigerians are struggling to get fuel.Femi Adesina: Why should fuel scarcity stop us from airing documentary on Buhari?Some Nigerians have faulted the timing of the documentary, saying focus should be on the resolving the fuel crisis.
But Adesina, who disagreed asked: “Should we then be perpetually like King Lear at his worst, and consign ourselves to the doldrums occasioned by fuel scarcity at a festive period?”
He said the government is doing its best to solve the fuel crisis which he blamed on “deliberate mischief and sabotage by some marketers, who want to force the hands of government to increase the pump price”.
Here is a statement issued by Adesina on Sunday:
I have read a lot of reactions, particularly online, on the timing of the airing of the documentary on President Muhammadu Buhari, slated for December 24 and 25, 2017, respectively, by 8 p.m on NTA and Channels Television.
Some of the comments are borne out of genuine concern, which we appreciate, while others are virulent, coming from inveterate complainers. Fault finding is the stock-in-trade of such people, and

Pregnant Khloe Kardashian Steps Out For The First Time Since Announcing Her Pregnancy

Pregnant Khloe Kardashian steps out for the first time since announcing her pregnancy
The 33year old reality star is expecting her first child with boyfriend, Tristan Thompson...

Man caught giving head to his wife in Traffic while they had their baby in the car (Video)

While stuck by a minor traffic in Miami, Florida, a horny couple decided to get freaky in the car despite having their baby with them.
Man caught giving head to his wife in Traffic while they had their baby in the car (Video)
The husband was caught giving head to his wife as they sat in front, while they had their baby in the back seat of the car.
The act was captured by another car driver who was equally stuck in traffic.
Watch the video here

The people were starving in the streets and king Louis XVI of France and his wife, were celebrating in the Palace: Like Versailles, like Aso Rock

By Reno Omokri

RENO OMOKRI Tweeted: This is what happened during the French Revolution. The people were starving in the streets and king Louis XVI of France and his wife, Marie Antoinette, were celebrating in the Palace of Versailles. Like France, like Nigeria. Like Versailles, like Aso Rock!

Osun Workers Search For Periwinkles To Celebrate Christmas, Oyo LG Owe Workers 20 Months Salary.. Tinubu Media Still Defending Buhari's Bad Governance

  Oyo LG owes workers 20 months
·        Frustration as ATMs fail to dispense cash in Jos, others
·        LG workers, retirees groan over unpaid 10-month salaries
·        Nigerians spend hours at filling stations as fuel crisis worsens
·        Commercial drivers hike fares by 200%
The yuletide is usually a period associated with merriment and fun memories, when families get together to bond and dance away their sorrows during the holiday. But reverse seems to be the case this period, with tales of woes and lamentations across the federation as workers, retirees, artisans, travelers, unemployed graduates and a host of others groan in hardship under a condition that has left many distressed, even as the fuel scarcity continues to bite harder, leaving commuters to their fate. Investigations by Saturday Telegraph across the states painted a pathetic and helpless situation that has left a lot of people beleaguered while many have become ‘citizens’ in the graveyard.
Osun workers resort to periwinkles, snails
In Osun State, Civil Servants are in a state of frustration, rejection and dejection as their expectation over payment of their October, November and December salaries by the state government have been
dashed. This has resulted in some of them going in search of periwinkles and small snails in nearby bushes to feed their families.
The state government, despite its receipt of over six billion naira as the third tranche of the Paris Club refund, is yet to offset the state workers accumulated salaries and arrears running to hundreds of millions of naira.
As a result of this, majority of them who are expecting their salaries to be paid into their different

More Than Four Million Nigerians Lost Their Bobs This Year(2017) –NBS

Between January and September this year, 4.07 million Nigerians became unemployed, an analysis of the unemployment report for the third quarter released by the National Bureau of Statistics has revealed.

The bureau, in the report made available to our correspondent on Friday, stated that the number of Nigerians that became unemployed rose from 11.92 million in the first quarter of this year to 13.58 million and 15.99 million in the second and third quarters respectively.
It said between the second quarter and third quarter, the number of economically active or working age population (15 – 64 years of age) increased from 110.3 million to 111.1 million.
The NBS report said the increasing unemployment and underemployment rates implied that although Nigeria’s economy was officially out of recession, domestic labour market was still fragile and economic growths in the past two quarters in 2017 had not been strong enough to provide employment in Nigeria’s domestic labour market.
It read in part, “The labour force population increased from 83.9 million in Q2 2017 to 85.1 million in Q3 2017. The total number of people in full-time employment (at least 40 hours a week) declined from 52.7 million in Q2 2017 to 51.1 million in Q3 2017.
“The unemployment rate increased from 14.2 per cent in Q4 2016 to 16.2 per cent in Q2 2017 and

First You Bring Us One LAI Mohammed And Now Bring Us One Bolaji Abdul-LAI. A govt. of liars, by liars- Fani Kayode

First u bring us one LAI Mohammed and now u bring us one Bolaji Abdul-LAI. What is it about the APC and its obsession with mendacious lickspittles, pernicious LIARS, unconscioble spirits, corrupted souls and delusional propagandists? A govt. of liars, by liars and for liars!

Former biggest penis world record holder brands new holder a cheat (See their sizes)

New York man once thought to have the world
47-year-old Jonah Falcon from New York who formerly held the record of the world's biggest penis for having a 13.5-inch manhood has called out the current holder.
Jonah lost the gong for the planet's longest penis to Mexican Robert Esquivel Carbrera, 54, who cannot have sex because of the size of his manhood, measured at 18.9 inches.

Nigeria, Others Delivered A Stinging Rebuke To Trump Jerusalem Move

Trump said he’d cut aid to countries who criticized the US at the UN. They did it anyway.

In a stinging rebuke of President Donald Trump’s controversial decision to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel earlier this month, 128 countries including Nigeria, and some of the US’s most trusted and reliable allies, voted in favor of a United Nations resolution on Thursday calling for a reversal of his position. Only nine countries voted against it.
Though the resolution doesn’t explicitly refer to the US, it’s clearly directed at the White House. The measure declares that any changes to the status of Jerusalem “have no legal effect, are null and void and must be rescinded.”
Nikki Haley threatened that the US would cut off funding to the UN over the resolution, but the world voted for it overwhelmingly anyway.
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It also “calls upon all States to refrain from the establishment of diplomatic missions in the Holy City of Jerusalem” — another shot at the administration, which announced plans to move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
The closest thing the US got to support from allies was 35 abstentions. Friends of the US like Canada, Mexico, and Australia refrained from voting on the resolution — which means that while they didn’t support the US with a vote against it, they didn’t criticize the US either with a vote in favor of it.
While the passage of the resolution isn’t binding — meaning the US doesn’t actually have to reverse

List of wars by death toll

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This list of wars by death toll includes death toll estimates of all deaths that are either directly or indirectly caused by war. These numbers usually include both the deaths of military personnel which are the direct results of battle or other military wartime actions, as well as the wartime/war-related deaths of civilians, which are the results of war-induced epidemics, diseases, famines, atrocities, genocide, etc.

List of wars with greater than 20,000 deaths by death toll

Hijab: I am ready to fight to the end – Firdaus Amasa, UNILORIN Law graduate

A Nigerian Law School graduate denied access to the venue of the call to bar ceremony recently, Miss Firdaus Amasa, has revealed that she was prepared to fight the battle until she gets justice.
She said her demand remains the need to grant approval for the use of hijab among Muslim law graduates.
 Firdaus Amasa, a graduate of the University of Ilorin, had been denied access to the ceremony after insisting on wearing hijab during the ceremony.
She was specifically refused entry into the hall for insisting to wear the wig on top of her hijab–a headscarf.
The case has attracted significant attention on social media, with Nigerians divided on her decision and that of the authorities of the law school.
Amasa while speaking on Saturday maintained that she remained resolute in her convictions to set a precedent for Hijab-wearing Muslims during the ceremony.
She said, “My major concern is the approval of Hijab so that every person coming behind me will be able to use it for the call to bar (ceremony)”.
When asked whether she was aware of rules and regulations against the use of Hijab at the ceremony, she said there was none, stressing that it was merely based on conventions.
“There is nothing like that (laws preventing the use of Hijab)”.
“When you ask them too, they tell you it is convention; that that is how it is done and it has to remain

When They Think Convering Head To Toe Is Righteousness

This was the daughter of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. She is a member of the first family. Her father as we all know is a devout Muslim who at one point advocated the application of Sharia throughout the country.

Look at how she dressed during her Call to Bar not long ago. She complied strictly with the code of dressing prescribed by the Rules and the Body of Benchers.
She is also a Muslim.
You cannot quote the Quran to justify the violation of secular laws of a secular institution in a secular country. The Quran, The Bible, Seven Book of Moses and other holy books should never be used to justify lawlessness or invalidate national laws.
The Legal Profession in Nigerian is not governed by any religious book. I guess this may not be the case in Saudi Arabia and Israel. But when you choose to be a Nigerian lawyer, you must abide by the Rules here.

Kaka: Former Milan, Real Madrid and Brazil Player Retires From Football At 35

Kaká has been linked with return to Milan in off-field capacity
Brazilian won 2007 Champions League and 2002 World Cup

Kaka and Real Madrid President Florentino Perez-real
Kaká, the former Milan and Real Madrid midfielder, announced on Sunday that he is retiring from football.
The 35-year-old Brazilian announced his retirement on Twitter. “It was much more than I could ever imagined. Thank you!” he said. “I’m now ready for the next journey. In Jesus’ name. Amen.”
Kaká announced this year that he would not extend his contract with Orlando City but opened the door to a possible return to Milan, the club where he made his name.

“I would like to participate in the club in another way, as a manager, a sporting director, as someone who is between the pitch and the club,” he said in a farewell interview with Globo TV in Brazil. “I prepared very hard to be a professional footballer and I want to prepare for this new role.”
Kaká said Milan, with whom he won the Champions League in 2007, had offered him a role but did not specify the exact nature of the job or say if he would accept it.
Milan and his first team, São Paulo, both offered him a playing contract to extend his career but Kaká, who was in Brazil’s World Cup-winning squad in 2002, said the time was right to call it a day.
The Brazilian joined Milan in 2003 and stayed for six years before joining Real Madrid for a then-

Thief, Thief, Thief!!!!: Yaba College of Technology: Plethora of graft trails Rector, staff

Sheltered in the heart of Lagos mainland, its sultry environment belies the rot within. But this has not always been so.
Established in 1947, Yaba College of Technology is Nigeria’s pioneer higher educational institution. The institution, rather than attract fame for educational achievements, is currently embroiled in different corruption allegations.
The school has been rocked by financial misappropriation, maladministration, insider dealings in contract awards, contract splitting and kickbacks, among others.
Unfortunately, the name of the outgoing Rector, Dr. (Mrs) Margaret Kudirat Ladipo keeps popping up in every finding of questionable actions of financial activities.
Also questionable is the seeming inability of the bodies with supervisory powers over the Rector and the institution, namely the school’s Governing Council and the Ministry of Education, to address the severe rot within the citadel of learning, even after a panel of investigation set up by the Ministry of Education found the leadership led by Ladipo wanting in the discharge of its responsibilities.
Rather, those who have dared to speak out against what they felt was improper have found themselves at the receiving end of the whipping stick.
The Adamu Adamu intervention
In December 2015, based on several petitions and complaints against the management of the YabaTech, the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, instructed the Director, Tertiary Education Department, Mrs. Hindatu Umar Abdullahi to set up an Ad-Hoc Committee to investigate the allegations contained in the petitions.
The six-man committee had Prof. Idowu Awopetu as chairman, and O.P. Oshiba served as the

I Was Not Among The Governors Who Approved The Withdrawal Of $1bn, Fayose Clear Self

Ekiti  state governor, Peter Ayodele Fayose has stated that he was not a party to the go ahead given to the FG and President Muhammadu Buhari to withdraw a whooping some of N1b said to be used to fight Boko Haram which the government said it has defeated more than a year ago 
He wrote on twitter: 

"F or posterity sake, I wish to place it on record that I was not among the governors, who approved the withdrawal of $1bn, almost half of our savings in the Excess Crude Account, which belongs to the three tiers of govt to fight an already defeated Boko Haram.

Nigeria Demographics Profile 2017

note: estimates for this country explicitly take into account the effects of excess mortality due to AIDS; this can result in lower life expectancy, higher infant mortality, higher death rates, lower population growth rates, and changes in the distribution of population by age and sex than would otherwise be expected (July 2016 est.)

Age structure0-14 years: 42.79% (male 40,744,956/female 38,870,303)
15-24 years: 19.48% (male 18,514,466/female 17,729,351)
25-54 years: 30.65% (male 29,259,621/female 27,768,368)
55-64 years: 3.96% (male 3,595,293/female 3,769,986)
65 years and over: 3.12% (male 2,754,040/female 3,047,002) (2016 est.)
Dependency ratiostotal dependency ratio: 87.7
youth dependency ratio: 82.6
elderly dependency ratio: 5.1
potential support ratio: 19.5 (2015 est.)
Median agetotal: 18.3 years
male: 18.2 years
female: 18.4 years (2016 est.)
Population growth rate2.44% (2016 est.)

Don't Be Caught In Their Web Of Lies Again, Osekita Warn Nigerians As Aisha Buhari Goes About Like A Humble Fellow

No time is too early for politicians to campaign must especially the families of  public office holders, displaying a 'act' of sympathy and showing up at public places to pretend they have the love of the people at heart.
The wife of Nigerian President Aisha Buhari was seen in a tricycle for the first time in a long while to show she belongs to nobody and she belongs to everybody to dissuade the public from doing the right thing by voting out her husband in 2019 and divert the attention of the people from her husband ineffectual-ity  and hardship he brought to the people since he came on board in 2015.
Pro Folayan Osekita @Osekita has warned that danger lies ahead if Nigerians falls for her tricks

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 14th December

The Guardian
FG, stakeholders pledge end to fuel scarcity soon
The Producers’ Forum of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria(PENGASSAN) has said it is working in partnership with the Federal Government to urgently address fuel scarcity in some parts of the country.
I Have No Plans To Replace Osinbajo, Says Tinubu
The All Progressives Congress (APC) national leader, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has put a lie to a speculation that he may be picked by President Muhammadu Buhari as his running mate in 2019, describing the report as  a “classic case of utterly and irredeemably-fake news.”

The Sun
Anambra: Identity consciousness, reason for APGA’s landslide victory – Offodile
Chudi Offodile, a former House of Representatives member played a key role in the November 18,

Court declares PDP candidate, Obiora Okonkwo as Anambra Central Senator

On Wednesday, a Federal High Court in Abuja, declared Obiora Okonkwo as the Senator representing Anambra Central senatorial district.
At its sitting, the court ordered the immediate return of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate.
Ever since the election tribunal sacked Uche Ekwunife who was sworn in as Anambra Central Senator in 2015, the seat has remained vacant.
The presiding judge, John Tsoho, delivered the ruling following the withdrawal of arguments against the plaintiff by other counsels involved in the case.
Tsoho said he was prompted to grant the plaintiff’s request, as there were no pending objections from the defendants.
The defendants include Ekwunife, the PDP; Adamu Muazu, its former chairman, and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
Recall that three weeks ago, INEC fixed January 13 as date for a rerun election for the senatorial district.

Democrats' Floors Trump's Rebublican Moore In Alabama Senatorial Election

How Tinubu, inside his bedroom, asked Dogara to step down for Gbajabiamila

The intense politicking that went into the election of Yakubu Dogara as the speaker of the house of representatives in 2015 has been detailed in his biography by Ovation publisher, Dele Momodu.
EXCLUSIVE: How Tinubu, inside his bedroom, asked Dogara to step down for Gbajabiamila
In the book, ‘A Reed Made Flint’, Dogara narrates how he came against all odds to win the nation’s No. 4 position, including surmounting a fierce opposition from Bola Tinubu, a national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), who wanted Femi Gbajabiamila on the seat.
The book, made available to only TheCable, is due for public presentation on December 26, 2017 to mark the 50th birthday of the speaker.
Gbajabiamila had been endorsed by APC for the speakership but Dogara, who defected from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in 2014, decided to give it a shot.
Dogara recounted: “As a matter of fact, Asiwaju (Tinubu) is someone that we respect very much and no one can doubt the sterling role he played in the emergence of APC as a government. Asiwaju had through emissaries sought audience with me and in deference to him I went to see him along with a colleague, then Right Honourable Kawu Sumaila. When we got to the Asiwaju, seasoned politician that he was, he asked us to come to his bedroom. We held this meeting in his bedroom!
“He appealed to us and said what he only wanted, as a leader, as a political father, was for us to please collapse our campaign into Femi’s and declare our support for him. Asiwaju maintained that,

Adesua Etomi shares 20 things God has taught her in recent times

Beautiful newly wedded Nollywood actress, Adesua Etomi-Wellington has shared 20 things God has taught her in recent times.

She took to her Twitter page to list them below…

Nigerian lady emerges overall outstanding graduate at the university of Louisianan, U.S

Peace Eze emerged the overall outstanding graduate at University of Louisiana, U.S.

She shared the good news on her Instagram page writing;
“I️ am so grateful to have been honored as the UL college of science outstanding graduate and the overall UL outstanding graduate for fall 2017. This has been a long and wonderful journey and I️ am so grateful to God for giving me the opportunity to be a Ragin Cajun
#geauxul #nigerianpride #beautyandbrains ”

SA Secondary School Student Flaunts Her Boobs, says "I'm Proud Of To Do So'

17-year-old Míllíćént O’Nókuthúlà Mśizá, is the latest South African Secondary school student to flaunt her stuff on social media. Secondary school student
Sharing a collage of her flaunted boobs, she wrote “I’m proud to be a Ndebele ”; 

‘I want to be Nigeria’s President because I have something in my head’ -Okorocha says as He defends appointing family members

Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, has defended appointing his family members as cabinet members in his government.

Rochas Okorocha
According to Rochas, those challenging his ideology are myopic and if his in-law wants to run for Governor of the state and is qualified, he would support him.

When asked about his Presidential ambition in the interview with Channels TV, Governor Rochas further disclosed that he wants to be President of Nigeria because he has something in his head, that can change the country within the shortest possible time.
He further claimed that he is the best Governor Imo has ever had since the creation of the State, and has done better than past Governors of the state put together. Here’s the video of the interview

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