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Monday, 30 November 2015

ISIS being mocked online (photos)


Internet pranksters led by subversive website 4chan have taken the war to ISIS by making caricatures of the terrorists. Duck heads, tails and toilet brushes are photo shopped onto propaganda pictures released by the radical Islamic group.
 
 
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Buhari, Minister of Environment, Amina Mohammed at UN Climate Change Conference. Photos:

President Buhari and Minister of Environment Amina Mohammed pictured discussing at the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris today November 30th.
 
 

Who attacked Jonathan? Bayelsa Police reacts


The Bayelsa State Police Command on Monday, November 30, disclosed that former President Goodluck Jonathan was not attacked in the state.
The state’s Police Public Relations Officer(PPRO), Butswat Asinim, who spoke to The Nation, blamed the rumor of the attack on mischievous rumour peddlers.
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Asinim revealed that a band of vexed youths wrongly thought the Jonathan’s convoy was one of the governorship candidates’ in the state and followed the convoy, only to discover that the convoy belonged to the ex-president.
The youths, on discovering it was Jonathan’s convoy after following him to his abode in Yenagoa, ran away as security operatives chased and successfully arrested a few of them.
Asinim said: “There was no attack on the former President. The youths mistook his convoy for a governorship candidate engaging in campaigns.
“But when they discovered on getting to the entrance of his house in Yenagoa that it was that of the President, they ran away. Some of them were arrested. They did not haul stones at the President’s convoy. They did not attack the convoy and no weapon was found on them.”

Ben Bruce replies someone criticizing him for selling popcorn for N800 at his Cinemas


justify?

Under-23: Nigeria Beat Mali 3-2 In Senegal

The national Under-23 team has gotten their campaign at the under-23 African Cup if Nations in Senegal, on a solid note with a 3-2 win over the Junior Eagles of Mali in a five- goal thriller.


Tunisia-based junior Ajayi netted a brace, while Usman Mohammed was on target for dream team six in the first half.
The Malians dominated the second half firing two quick goals in ten minutes, but the Under-23 team held on to pick their first three points.
Nigeria leads the group B with three points while group opponents Egypt and Algeria have a point each.
The Dream Team VI will face Egypt in their next game on Wednesday.

 

Goodluck Jonathan allegly said to be attacked in Bayelsa

Former President, Goodluck Jonathan was allegly said to be attacked on Monday morning, by suspected militants, who drove into his convoy, Leadership reports.
The reports states that the militants intercepted and drove into Jonathan’s motorcade at the Julius Berger bridge area of Yenagoa, Bayelsa state.

The assailants were said to have followed and pursued the motorcade to the entrance of Jonathan’s private residence in the Kpansia area of Yenagoa.
At Jonathan’s residence, the men reported to be militants, were overpowered and arrested by the former President’s combined team of security operatives.


Jonathan’s assailants are said to be in the employ of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Bayelsa state, but the veracity of this claim is yet to be ascertained.
The arrested suspects have been taken to the Bayelsa State Police Command for questioning, the reports says.

Prince Harry meets Desmond Tutu, confers the Queen's 'Companion of Honour' on him


British royal prince Harry has conferred the Queen's 'Companions of Honour' on Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu for his commitment to International Peace and Reconcilliation. Prince Harry who is in Cape Town as part of a four-day tour of South Africa, met with the 83yr old anti-apartheid icon today at his foundation's offices, where he presented the oval-shaped medallion to him.



Tutu on his part thank the prince for his commitment to the fight against AIDS. The Archbishop now joins the list of other recipients such as David Attenborough, Stephen Hawking and Harold Pinter.



Source: Tutu Legacy

Schoolgirl, 15, found hanged after 'developing an allergic reaction to the WiFi at her school'

   The parents of 15-year-old Jenny Fry, from Oxfordshire, claim that she suffered from electro-hypersensitivity (EHS), which caused her to suffer tiredness, headaches and bladder problems.

A schoolgirl was found dead in woodland after suffering an allergic reaction to her school's WiFi that made her life a misery, an inquest heard.
The parents of 15-year-old Jenny Fry claim that she suffered from electro-hypersensitivity (EHS), which caused her to suffer tiredness, headaches and bladder problems.
Her mother Debra told the hearing that Jenny was badly affected by the wireless internet connections at Chipping Norton School in Oxfordshire, where she was a pupil.
After becoming increasingly distressed by her symptoms - which were never investigated by a doctor - the schoolgirl was found hanged in Brooke Woods, near her home in Chadlington, in June 11 this year.
Earlier in the day she had texted a friend telling her she was not going to school that day, the inquest heard.
Mrs Fry and her husband Charles Newman told Oxfordshire Coroners' Court that they believed their daughter became ill because of WiFi, and had removed the internet connection from their own home.
They told today how she would often hide herself in empty classrooms and would only sit in certain seats in lessons so that she would be as far away from the router as possible, they said.
Speaking after the inquest, Mrs Fry said: WiFi and children do not mix. I believe that WiFi killed my daughter.' 

Mrs Fry had told how Jenny started showing signs of EHS in November 2012. She said: 'Jenny was getting ill and so was I. I did some research and found how dangerous WiFi could be so I had it taken out of the house.
'Both Jenny and I were fine at home but Jenny continued to be ill at school in certain areas.

APC is now guilty of every evil thing PDP was accused of – Sule Lamido


Former Governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido has accused the All Progressives Congress, of dividing the country, ethnically and politically.
Lamido says the new ruling party is presently guilty of everything the Peoples Democratic Party, was accused of, during the last administration.
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While receiving an award of excellent service in Kano, Lamido said: “I may sound a little different of what is today Nigeria. Because in today Nigeria, everything is politics and there are very strong divides.
“One is either here or there and even those who are arbiters or referees or monitors if stand on your own belief you will be accused by both sides. We are going through a very difficult political evolution with so many distortions and the 1999 Constitution is compounding Nigeria’s problem”.
“If one goes through the social media before the 2015 election, everything evil was PDP, that PDP was Boko Haram, PDP was fuel shortage, PDP was poverty, PDP was agony, PDP was fake and was dividing Nigeria, PDP was looting Nigeria, in fact, everything evil was PDP.”
“Everything PDP in the past is now with the present APC. PDP was throwing bombs, bombs are being thrown now, PDP was fuel shortage, there is fuel shortage now, PDP was killing Muslims, Muslims are being killed now, PDP was causing poverty and hunger, it is the same thing with the APC today. PDP was promoting ethnic politics, it is the same thing now with the APC.”

Kogi Election: APC Adopts Yahaya Bello As Substitute For Abubakar Audu

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has adopted Yahaya Bello as its candidate in the December 5 supplementary election in Kogi State                  
Yahaya Bello
Mr Bello replaces Abubakar Audu who died before the governorship election in Kogi State was concluded on November 21.
Bello was the first runner up in the primary election in which the late Audu emerged as candidate
The running mate to the late Audu, James Faleke, disagreed with the choice of the APC and threatened court action.
Mr Faleke had vowed to reclaim the mandate of the people of the state given freely to the APC during the election, insisting that he should take over as the governorship candidate of the party. 

He had earlier on Monday chosen the son of late Audu, Mohammed Audu as his running mate, before the APC choe Mr Bello.
In Abuja, supporters of James Faleke and Yahaya Bello clashed at the party’s secretariat hours after Mr Faleke chose Audu’s son as his running mate.
The party’s National Working Committee members, reporters and visitors at the secretariat were held hostage by feuding youths.

The children who work for 20p a day to make jeans for the West: Shocking pictures reveal how youngsters are crammed into squalid sweatshops in Bangladesh

 
Inside the horrific unregulated sweatshops of Bangladesh
These are the photographs that show the grim reality for thousands of children in Bangladesh who are forced to work crippling hours stitching labels into our jeans.  Despite continued campaigns and intermittent outrage, a photographer has revealed both the shocking lack of safety controls inside some of Bangladesh's unregulated clothes 'factories' as well as the grueling routines of the children that work there.  Informal factories' are companies not officially registered in Bangladesh producing garments for the local and sometimes the Indian market. 

EFCC Arrests Former Minister Of State For Finance Yuguda

 The former Minister of State for Finance under former President Goodluck Jonathan, Ambassador Bashir Yuguda, has been arrested by operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
                  
Federation Accounts

He was picked up on Monday evening in Abuja at about 4:00pm local time.
According to a source in the EFCC, is being questioned by a team of EFCC operatives for allegedly receiving suspicious payments from the office of the former National Security Adviser, Colonel Sambo Dasuki, who is being investigated over a two billion dollars arms deal.
Some of the monies allegedly traced to Ambassador Bashir include 1.2 billion Naira paid to him by the office of the NSA through a company and for unclear reasons.
The former minister also allegedly received 775 million Naira from the office of the Accountant General of the Federation for unclear reasons.
He is also alleged to have received another 1.275 billion Naira from a conglomerate, Stallion Group, during the last presidential election campaign.
All these funds were allegedly transferred to him between December 2014 and May 2015.

Buhari Commits To 20% Emissions Cut At Conference Of Parties 21

President Muhammadu Buhari has announced Nigeria’s Intended National Determined Contributions, committing to emissions cut of 20 per cent. 


At the ongoing Conference of Parties 21 on Climate Change in Paris, President Buhari on Monday explained that Nigeria would meet this goal by making more use of natural gas and climate smart agriculture.
“There will also be more focus on energy efficiency measures and investment in renewable energy,” the Nigerian leader told the conference.
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He asked developed countries to honour their promises in relation to providing climate finance to help developing countries including Nigeria adapt to and mitigate climate change.
President Buhari insisted that there must be constant review and monitor of The Paris Agreement, which he stressed must be legally binding and result orientated.
The Nigerian President is one of the 150 world leaders at the Conference of Parties 21 (COP21) on climate change.
President  Buhari is expected to also later in the day participate in the launching of the International Solar Alliance, an initiative of Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.
The alliance, which is code-named the International Agency for Solar Policy and Application (INSPA), comprises all African nations located within the tropic of Cancer and tropic of Capricorn.
President Buhari will on Tuesday, also participate in the summit of the heads of state and government of the Lake Chad Basin Commission and Benin Republic which would dwell on Boko Haram and other issues on security.
He will also attend another event of the African Union, AU, tilted “Conference on Climate Change and African Solutions”.
Meanwhile, French authorities have elevated security level in the cities ahead of the meeting to prevent any eventuality.
The measure follows the recent devastating terror attacks in the capital city.

Buhari welcomed by French President to UN Climate Change Conference

 President Buhari being welcomed by President Francoise Hollande of France to the Opening of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris, France today November 30th. More photos of other world leaders at the event


Chude Jideonwo delivers inspiring speech at Africa Shapers Summit 2015

The Managing Partner of Red media Africa, Chude Jideonwo spoke at the inaugural Africa Shapers Summit on Entrepreneurship.
The summit, themed Africa – The Last Frontier: Fostering Innovation for Growth and Development held on Thursday November 19 2015 at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Lagos Nigeria.

Saw this on Instagram, pupil's answer when she's told to Find X


she got it for her little mind, is she to be blamed?

Pope Francis meets with the IDPs in CAR


On Sunday, the Pontiff visited a refugee camp in central Bangui in the Catholic parish of Saint Saviour, where he met with some of 447k displaced by sectarian crisis. Over 6,000 people have been killed since 2013 and close to 450,000 remain internally displaced by recent violence. Pope Francis urged world leaders to ensure peace return to CAR and for evangelical leaders to use their calling to preach hope and unity.


     "I come to this land for the first time following my predecessor John Paul II. I come as a pilgrim of peace and an apostle of hope" he said.
 
As he wandered around the camp, hands reached out to him, parents held out their children towards him.
     "The Pope has come to ask God to save us," a camp inmate said.