Saturday, October 18, 2014

Six Unbelievable Facts About The Human Body That Will Blow Your Mind

1= You shed about 600,000 particles of skin every hour. That's about 1.5 pounds of skin shed per year, and around 105 pounds of skin by the age of 70.

 2=Men produce about 10 million new sperm every day. Do the math: That's enough to repopulate the entire planet in six months.

You have more bacteria in your mouth than there are people in the world.

4 =Your heart produces enough energy every day to drive a truck for 20 miles.

5= Ounce for ounce, your bones are stronger than steel.

 Your body is hot enough to boil half a gallon of water in just 30 minutes.

Boko Haram Takes Over Borno Villages, kills 9 People

Boko Haram has just ,launched yet another attack on another village, in Borno state.
According to Reuters, the insurgents attacked the village of Abadam on Friday night, killing at least one person and ransacking homes, while another attack on the village of Dzur on Saturday morning left at least eight people dead.
Nigeria’s armed forces chief, Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh, announced on Friday a deal with Boko Haram for a ceasefire that would enable the release of girls whose abduction in the remote northeastern town of Chibok in April caused international shock and outrage.
Nigeria had announced a similar agreement in the past, but it turned out government had struck the deal with the wrong people.
According to experts close to the conflict, any serious ceasefire would require having Abubakar Shekau or any other leader of the movement at the negotiating table.

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Meet the Nigerian serial killer who has killed over 60 people ( Photo )

33yr old cultist, Alawunmi Oluwafemi claims to have killed over 60 people as the immortal assassin of the Aye Fraternity. The most wanted man in Ogun state, who evaded police for years, was finally captured last week in the ancient city of Ijebu Ode. He was arrested by operatives of the Special Anti Robbery Squad, Ogun State police command after a gun battle.
Now in police custody, Oluwafemi told The Sun the story of his life as an axe man in the underworld and how he killed more than 60 men and women. You won't believe his story. Read after the cut...
                                                          Story by Chioma Igbokwe for Saturday Sun

The hunt 
Saturday Sun gathered that the inability to arrest the sus­pect led to the transfer of several police area commanders out of Ijebu Ode.
Disturbed by his exploits, the Ogun State Commissioner of Police, Ikemefuna Okoye directed the SARS team to relocate to Ijebu-Ode and fish Oluwafemi out at all costs. As a result, the team led by SP Mohammed Tijiani eventually succeeded in tracking down ‘the big fish’ on October 6 during the Ojude Oba festival.

According to CP Ikemefuna, members of Oluwafemi’s gang put up a resistance and a gun battle ensued. Eventually, he was arrested after he was shot in the leg. “He is not only a cultist but also a serial killer. He has confessed that he had led his gang to kill not less than 60 people”, Ikemefuna stated. The police boss, who described the arrest of Oluwafemi as a major breakthrough for the command, accused him of mas­terminding the spate of cult related killings in Ijebu Igbo and Ijebu Ode axis in the last three months. Subdued, the suspect argued that the police were able to arrest him because his charms, which were always in his pocket, were left at home on the fateful day. “I never knew that anyone will be looking for me on a day like this”, he said.

Faulty background 
Just like most criminals, Oluwafemi is from a broken home. The little he could remember of his family was that of chaos which led to the exit of his mother when he was eight years old. “When my mother left, I stayed back with my father and assisted him in the shrine. It was there that I knew how to make potent charms. After his death in the 90s, I moved over to stay with my mother who also died years later. I had no choice but to move over and live with my maternal grandmother who is based in Ondo. She also died few years after I moved in to stay with her. My only alternative was my paternal grandmother who is based in Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State. It was in her house that I stayed and learnt how to cut wood and was able to secure a job in one of the sawmills.
“It was when she died that I knew that I had to survive by all possible means. I was able to get married but when my wife discovered that my lifestyle was not good, she left and followed another man. From that day till sometime in 2009, I have been in and out of different odd jobs just to make ends meet.”

His initiation 
In his so-called attempt to survive, Oluwafemi joined bad gangs. “I needed to survive, so I did everything possible. Sometime in 2009, a friend of mine, Ahmed invited me over for a birthday party at Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State. At about 8pm, he asked me to escort him to see a friend who was also cel­ebrating his birthday. I was surprised when he started entering a bush close to Olabisi Onabanjo University. I was about to ask him what his friend would be doing there, when some young men emerged from the bush and started beating me up.
“They overpowered me and threatened to shoot if I dare to run away. It was then that Ahmed told me that I was actu­ally on my way to participate in the Aye initiation ceremony. There were so many of us who were beaten. They blindfolded us and marched us further into the bush. It was when we final­ly stopped that I saw the crowd of young men who came for the initiation, most of them were students. They kept beating us and forced us to lie on the floor, while they marched on our bodies. 
“Later, they brought kolanut and pierced our hands with razor blade. We were forced to eat the kolanut mixed with our blood as a sign of oath-taking. We were given new names and mine was Aye Skyppo. At about 4am, we were handed over to those who brought us to the ini­tiation camp”, he narrated.

After initiation, Oluwafemi said he was taken away by his friend who took him to a house where he took his bath and changed his dress. He was then taught some of the things he needed to know as a member of the Aye fraternity cult. “It is known as orientation, where the person who introduced you will tell you the rules and regulations. The first and most important is that if you reveal their secret, you will die. The mem­bers of the cult will hunt you down and kill you. I was also taught some of the nicknames used among cult members. For instance, to shoot means to light someone up. If you hear a sen­tence like, Femi light him up, it means that you should shoot. Gun is known as four, fire as er­ayo, matchet asmeche, freedom as axe, stab as enter, cartridge as red nut.”

Beginning of bloodbath 
He claimed that he was advised to secure a gun for his personal safety. “Sometime in 2010, there was a clash between Aye and another cult group known as Eiye. One of our members who was a student was killed, and there was a man­date to hack down anyone who is from Eiye. “I was always going around with a gun, anytime there is crisis. I bought it at a price of N12,500 from Ondo State. This was necessary in case there was any attack. In 2010 during Olabisi Onabanjo University matriculation ceremony, we were assigned to retaliate. As soon as we spotted one Eiye member who was vulnerable, we attacked and stabbed him till the police res­cued him. He later died on the way while most of us were arrested and remanded in prison. I was in prison for a year and some months before I was granted bail. The case was later struck out because it was a cultism case and since I had spent sometime in the prison, I was free to go.”

Back home, Oluwafemi claimed that he wanted to stay completely away from the group but when Ahmed learnt that he was free, he tracked him down. “Ahmed told me that if I stay away from them, I would be endangering my life as the other cult group might come after me since I had already stained my hands with their blood. I had no choice but to go back but I decided to fortify myself. My late father was a native doctor and I have seen him prepare charms for people. All I did was to get the eyelid of a cat, cotton, black and white thread and mixed it with my urine before I dried it up. It was the reason till date, they have not been able to arrest me or kill me. I was arrested this time because I did not come out with the charm, since there was peace among the various cult groups in the area.”
According to him, he rose in ranks and was named Femi Kuti since all attempts to kill him failed. “I am not making mouth or celebrat­ing my success, you can ask ques­tions. I have been shot at close range severally and stabbed without any injury. This was why they named me Femi Kuti, meaning ‘he that cannot be killed’. I impressed them so much that I was later called Badoo. Nor­mally the overall leader of the group must be a student. We that are not un­dergraduates are still under them but do the main hits. If there is any clash, it is people like us that are contacted to go and kill because we cannot be easily traced. The students, if caught, will be expelled and that is not good because most of them are our spon­sors. They are the ones whose duty it is to sponsor the cult, that is why the leader must be a student.” Throwing more light on how they managed to initiate stu­dents, Oluwafemi said that their targets are nor­mally boys from very rich homes. “They love life and can be found wherever there is a party. You promise them power and security and they will gladly follow you anywhere. Just as I told you, I was lured into the bush because I thought that there was a bigger party there. We do the dirty jobs while they fund the fraternity. Most of them are the ones that are killed because they do not have the experience to protect themselves”

Serial killings 
He admitted that he cannot remember all, but all those that were killed were young men who were members of another cult. “Once there is a clash, they will declare war which means that that I am free to kill. They depended on me so much to deliver whenever there is a clash which is normally paid for with human blood. In 2014, I led the team that killed someone at 911 club at Ijebu-Ode, I gunned down another at Ibadan garage, I also killed one Seun along Benin ex­pressway. I do not know where to start but to ask God to forgive me and give me another chance to live a better life. I know that I have killed more than 60 people but all of them are cultists or unclean people who must have soiled their hands one way or the other. All I want now is for God to forgive me and wash my hands clean of their blood”

On how he was arrested, Oluwafemi said he never knew that the person who was calling him on the phone was a policeman. “They tracked me down and lured me out to the open. We were there for the Ojude Oba festival which is sup­posed to be peaceful. Although my boys tried their best to protect me, they were overpowered by the police who later handcuffed me. The truth is that I did not come out with my charm and besides, if there was any problem among cult members, I will not come out in the open.”

On how he has survived till now, he said since his parents and grandparents were deceased, he has chosen the path of crime because he cannot be engaged in anything meaningful. “I started selling hard drugs especially the one known as Skunk which is stronger than cocaine. Among us, it is known as bible because of the shape. I normally buy one at the cost of N15,000, I will grind and wrap it in a paper at N100 per wrap. At the end of the day, I will make about N20,000 gain from each N15,000bible. I was also sus­tained by the cult because they knew the impor­tance of having me around them.”

Jordin Sparks No Make-Up Picture.

Jason Derulo Sure Must Be Kicking Himself Right Now

Jordin Sparks, that newly single, forever gorgeous Jordin Sparks, hopped on Instagram to share a few photos of herself without a stitch of makeup on, and isn't she just painfully adorable? She's so beautiful, inside and out, and she looks so sincerely happy too, especially considering that she just went through a breakup with her gross jerk of boyfriend, Jason Derulo. It's kind of inspiring, right? Of course it is.

Why we doubt Boko Haram ceasefire – Chibok principal, Borno residents

Several Borno residents have expressed doubts about the ceasefire deal announced by the federal government to have been reached between the government and the Boko Haram insurgent group.
The federal government announced on Friday that it had reached a temporary ceasefire with the group, which would also lead to the release of the over 200 teenage girls kidnapped by the insurgents from Chibok in Borno State. A formerly unknown man, who claimed to be the Boko Haram secretary, also told the VOA Hausa service that the group had accepted the ceasefire.
Borno residents, who spoke to PREMIUM TIMES in Maiduguri, the state capital, however, gave diverse reasons for their doubts.
In her reaction to the ceasefire, Asabe Kwambura, the principal of the Government Secondary School, Chibok, where the girls were kidnapped on April 14, said she had doubts about the ceasefire.
“Many of us are still forced to doubt government,” Ms. Kwambura said, “because we thought since our last meeting with the president in Abuja, these girls would have since been rescued and reunited with their parents.”
She however described the ceasefire as news that would gladden her heart if it is true.
“If what we hear is true, I will be the most grateful person to God today and always I will be the happiest person in the world to see these girls of mine return home in one piece,” she said. “Nothing will supersede my joy. But all this will not be possible if the federal government does not follow this declaration with action, honesty and sincerity.”
Ms. Kwambura added that “Government must see to the fact that the parents of these girls are suffering, some are dying many have died of high blood pressure and post trauma stress disorder. I was in Chibok with the parents yesterday, and their plight is beyond words.
“We need to have these girls back; this is another opportunity for us to do so.”
Like the principal, other Borno residents spoken to also expressed some reservations about the ceasefire.
The Coordinator of Peace Ambassadors in Borno State, Ahmed Shehu, said his concern about the ceasefire was with the timing of the announcement.
“My concern is on the nature of the present crisis and it’s timing,” he said “it would be very difficult for people and humanity to forgive Boko Haram and allow them to integrate to the society just like that, considering the atrocities they have committed.”
He added that “the timing for the cease-fire is suspicious. Why now; why would they wait for the four African countries to step up the fight before they announce a ceasefire; why would they wait until their capacity and strength be weakened before they announce a ceasefire? For me, there is more to it than meet the eye. It’s suspicious, and I don’t want to sound as a pessimist; (but) it is ill timed and it’s not feasible”.
Mr. Shehu, however, said his group had always called for dialogue with the insurgents.
“It’s a welcome development if it’s a genuine one,” he said. “Conventionally, we are always advocating for use of dialogue to bring an end to this lingering security challenges; because in the history of world crisis, no war was won comfortably through warfare. Dialogue is the key.”
Abu Ismail, a civil servant, was more concerned about the implications of the ceasefire.
“What happens to the Boko Haram insurgents after the ceasefire and the possible release of the Chibok girls,” he asked. “Are we supposed to pat them on the back and say well done for shedding the blood of all these innocent Nigerians and thank you for helping us to kidnap our school girls for six months, causing their parents to die of trauma and then releasing them now.”
In his reaction, Zannah Mustapha, proprietor of Future Prowess Islamic School, Maiduguri, said “something is logically wrong with the whole ceasefire issue.”
“This is not the first time that we are hearing declarations of ceasefire or its proposal by the Boko Haram,” Mr. Mustapha, whose school offers free education to children orphaned by the insurgency, said.
“There was a time when some members of the Boko Haram, though unknown, came out to say if we must cease fire, the federal government had to arrest so and so personality and even rebuild their destroyed central mosque in Maiduguri. The pattern with which such declarations were made was very unique and consistent. But from the tone of the declaration made by the federal government as well as the manner with which the so-called secretary of the group had spoken in the radio, one tends to have some doubts.
“There is doubt because there had never been a time in the life of the Boko Haram leaders where we hear them lamenting loss of members or admitting the magnitude of pains they have suffered. If Shekau is to speak, his message is all about the doctrines of his group and what they stand for. He would emphasise that dying in the course of what they are doing is a thing of pride to them.
“But the problem is that we don’t even learn from history; if we are to follow the trend of these kind of announcement, right from the time of Abukakar (the erstwhile spokesman of Boko Haram) period, there wasn’t a time where any persons speaking on behalf of the Boko Haram, be it Shekau or any other Amir would come and talk without reciting some verses of the Holy Quran first. But here we have one coming out to say he is the Secretary of the group and they have decided to ceasefire. It is really difficult to believe; but we all hope for a true ceasefire, anyway”.
Just like Mr. Mustapha, some security personnel in Borno also expressed doubt about the ceasefire.
A top security official in Maiduguri, who spoke to journalists on condition of anonymity, said, “We are in the dark about this whole issue; how could it be possible that we on ground in the frontline don’t know anything about this ceasefire issue, only to wake up one morning to hear about it?”
He said though a ceasefire is “a welcome idea, but we need to be very much coordinated in our doings; we are not in the picture of the whole thing, but we pray it is true so that all of us can go and rest once and for all.”
Perhaps the Borno State government’s reaction to the ceasefire also perpetuates the doubt in the state of the ceasefire.
Though his state is the most affected by the insurgency, the Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima, simply declined to comment on the ceasefire.
Borno, which is the major base of the sect, has witnessed the death of thousands of residents while hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced from their homes, with several property destroyed.
In his reaction to the ceasefire, Mr. Shettima, who spoke through his spokesperson, Isa Gusau, said he had “no comment for now” and “would speak at an appropriate time.”
“Governor Shettima has always believed in a tripartite approach that involves dialogue for peaceful resolution, military and economic strategies in addressing the Boko Haram problems and he has been a strong advocate of these measures through his practical efforts and sustained public appeals at various fora, which was why he firmly supported the efforts initiated by the President, Goodluck Jonathan through the setting up of the Tanimu Turaki led committee on dialogue and peaceful resolution of security challenges, in 2013, which worked actively and remained in force,” Mr. Gusau said.

“Governor Shettima is permanently committed to all genuine efforts that would bring the insurgency to an end especially given the fact that Borno State and its people have remained the worse hit by the unfortunate killings and destructions since 2009.”

Fayose's official vintage car unveiled (Photos)


Ekiti State Governor Ayo Fayose on Thursday has  unveiled his official car...a 1957 or 1965 vintage Mercedes Bens car.Quoting  that the car was choosing  to  able him  get closer to the poor in the state See more pics below...


Church Corruption! Is Bishop Oyedepo Banned From Entering The UK ?

According to Saharareporters ''The UK Home Office has banned flamboyant Nigerian pastor, Bishop David Oyedepo, from entering Britain, a British government source told SaharaReporters. Mr. Oyedepo is known as the general overseer of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, otherwise known as Winners Chapel. Headquartered in Ota, Ogun State, the church has branches in numerous parts of the world, including the UK and US.
According to the source, the ban arose from preliminary investigations by Britain’s Charity Commission that determined that monies donated to Bishop
Oyedepo’s church for charitable purposes were funneled to Nigeria to fund the preacher’s flamboyant lifestyle. 

Bishop Oyedepo owns a plush private jet and has a fleet of expensive cars, among many other astonishing personal assets. 
Bishop Oyedepo was barred from entering the United Kingdom in July. However, when SaharaReporters contacted Nicola Kelly, a press officer at the immigration desk at the UK Home Office, she declined to comment on the case.
The same day, our reporter spoke to one Emmanuel Igban, a media aide to Bishop Oyedepo, but he denied that the high-flying preacher had been banned.
But our British source asserted that Bishop Oyedepo and one of his sons had been aware of the probe of church finances for at least three years now. 

He added that the probe was triggered after the British Charity Commission found out that the wealthy pastor had taken out more than £16 million from the UK since 2009. He added that the commission closely monitors any repatriation of church resources, disclosing that any repatriation of funds of that size was most likely illegal. 

According to the source, Bishop Oyedepo claimed that he was running a not-for-profit religious organization, “but the commission determined that he was diverting funds to engage in a series of profitable ventures.”

Bishop Oyedepo, who recently turned 60, is believed to be Nigeria’s richest pastor and is widely regarded as one of the richest televangelists in the world. 

The UK government has distributed notices warning airlines that operate flights to the UK not carry the bishop. 

List of Nigerian Female Celebrities That Owns Range Rover SUV


Arguably Nigeria’s biggest Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji is one of Nigeria’s A-class actresses and her deal with Range Rover in 2012 saw her emerge a face of the brand.

Ruth Kadiri

Ruth Kadiri has remained on a steady rise to fame and of course, fortune. The rumour mills were recently busy with unconfirmed reports that her boyfriend bought her a Range Rover but she has come out to deny the rumours and affirming that she bought it herself.

Laide Bakare

Laide Bakare, a Yoruba actress with her beauty and acting pedigree working for her as she remains on the list of actresses to reckon with in the Nigerian movie industry. She owns a Range Rover and doesn’t hesitate to show off her luxury ride

Mercy Aigbe

Mercy Aigbe is beautiful and has come a long way and her acting prowess and passion for the art has never been questioned. Mercy Aigbe own a black coloured Range Rover and she always achieves a fabulous outlook whenever she steps behind the wheels.

Empress Njamah

Despite relocating to Abuja, Empress Njamah has not lost any of the qualities that brought her into the limelight in the first place. She no longer appears in Nollywood flicks but the actress has apparently built upon the foundation of popularity she achieved from her days as a fiery actress. She also owns a Range Rover.

Stephenie Okereke-Linus

Stephanie Linus nee Okereke is also on the list of Nigeria’s A-list actresses and her style, beauty, carriage, beauty and personality has seen her emerge one of the most admired in the nation’s movie industry. She owns a white Range Rover amongst other automobiles.

Rukky Sanda

She’s pretty and she’s indubitably controversial. Rukky Sanda is one of those actresses that fans have come to love and critics have come to despise for a galaxy of reasons yet she remains relevant in the Nigerian movie scene. Rukky Sanda also drives a Range Rover

Iyabo Ojo

Nollywood actress, Iyabo Ojo also drives a Range Rover and has featured in quite a number of movies in the last one decade.

Linda Ikeji
One of the most popular Blogger Linda Ikeji recently acquired  2014 model of the Range Rover Sport presently costs N24 million. dating scam! 4 Nigerians jailed 14 years total for money laundering

Four Nigerian men, Monty Emu, Adewunmi Nusi, Emmanuel Oko, and Chukwuka Ugwu (pictured above) have been jailed a total of 14 years for duping single women out of about $350,000.

According to the UK Mirror, the four men duped these women after they responded to a false profile of an "attractive middle-aged man" on popular dating site, See the full detail below 

From UK Mirror

"They then fell for the conman's story that he was due to receive a £100 million inheritance from his father but that it was tied up by red tape in India.
Once the relationship had developed with the fake man, normally called James Richards, the conspirators started requesting cash.
At first the women were asked for a £700 legal fee by a fake solicitor but then the sums requested rose to up to £100,000, Winchester Crown Court heard.
The trial was told that vulnerable women were conned out of £220,000, with one victim, Suzanne Hardman, handing over £174,000.
Some realised it was a scam and did not hand over any cash.
Following a three-week trial, Monty Emu, 28, of Frencham Road, Southsea, Hampshire, and Adewunmi Nusi, 37, of Bomford Close, Hermitage, Berkshire, were convicted of money laundering.
At the start of the trial, Emmanuel Oko, 30, of Waverley Grove, Southsea, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud and money laundering and Chukwuka Ugwu, 29, of Somers Road, Southsea, admitted money laundering.
Oko, who was said by the judge to be at the centre of the conspiracy, was sentenced to eight years' imprisonment for the fraud and four years to run concurrently for the money laundering offence.
Emu, who laundered about £55,000 during nine months, was jailed for three and a half years, Ugwu was jailed for 46 weeks and Nusi was imprisoned for 18 months.
Sentencing the four men, Judge Susan Evans QC said: "This was a highly sophisticated conspiracy to defraud, it preyed on the trusting, the lonely and the emotionally vulnerable. The amount of planning was, in my view, substantial and would have required a highly organised group of individuals. Some of those females that were targeted were utterly taken in by this cruel scam and the sophistication of the crime means it's unsurprising that some of them were taken in. The hurt and distress you caused them was enormous. It's not even about the loss of the money being at the forefront of this, it's about the emotional hurt you caused them."
 In a victim impact statement, Ms Hardman, from Basingstoke, said that the fraud had led to her suffering sleepless nights and not eating because of the stress and that she had lost her self-respect.
She said: "From the day I reported the incident to the police, I felt very vulnerable and sick to my stomach. As I look back, I felt groomed and that is how I became a victim of this, I wouldn't want anyone else to be a victim of this type of crime. I do feel a duty to warn others, women specifically, of this type of theft over dating websites and the internet. The money itself was to act as a pension and to support my family as I got old, one could say I have lost everything that I had from a 28-year marriage."
Sylvia Tai Sen Choy, who lost £11,300 to the scam, said that she had been put on anti-depressants since falling victim and at one point I was too frightened to answer the phone.
"All I wanted to do was meet someone so I wasn't on my own, it sickens me that there are people out there who want to prey on people's emotions."

Dateline of major Boko Haram killings in Nigeria

  • August 11, 2014: Boko Haram killed 28 civilians, kidnapped 97 in attacks on villages in Borno State.
  • July 11 – July 17, 2014: Terrorists killed 81 civilians in four attacks.
  • June 27 – July 3, 2014: Insurgents killed 112 in two attacks in the North of Nigeria.
  • June 20 – June 26, 2014: Boko Haram carried out four attacks, killed 93 civilians and abducted 60.
  • May 29 – June 5, 2014: Boko Haram killed 506 civilians and abducted 20 women and three men in North-eastern Nigeria.
  • June 2, 2014: Militants dressed as soldiers slaughtered at least 200 civilians in three communities in Gwoza.
  • May 30, 2014: Boko Haram militants assassinated Emir of Gwoza, Alhaji Idrissa Timta.
  • May 20, 2014: Two bomb explosions suspected to have been planted by Boko Haram went off killing118 people.
  • May 13, 2014: Boko Haram attacked three villages, killing around 60 people in Menari. Vigilantes fought back, killing over 200 Boko Haram militants.
  • May 5, 2014: Boko Haram killed 336 in attacks on Gamboru and Ngala in Borno State.
  • April 14, 2014: Two bombs explode at a crowded bus station in Abuja, killing at least 90 people and injuring over 200.
  • April 14, 2014: Over 200 schoolgirls of the Government Secondary School in Chibok, Borno State, were kidnapped by Boko Haram militants.
  • February 25, 2014: At least 29 killed during attack by the Boko Haram on the Federal Government College, Buni Yadi
  • March 14, 2014: Attack on the military barracks in Maiduguri, nearly 600 detainees freed. The latters were executed when government forces retook control.
  • February 16, 2014: 106 killed people were killed in the Izghe massacre
  • September 29, 2013: 40 male students of the College of Agriculture in Gujba were killed.
  • July 6, 2013: 42 people, mostly students, were killed in a school attack in northeast Nigeria
  • May 7, 2013: At least 55 killed and 105 inmates freed in coordinated attacks on army barracks, a prison and police post in Bama town.
  • April 19, 2013: Seen as the deadliest attack since 2009, a gun battle with security forces left 260 dead and nearly 1000 injured.
  • March 18, 2013: At least 22 killed and 65 injured as a suicide car bomb exploded in Kano bus station.  
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Bruce Jenner Has Found Love Again With His Ex Wife Formal BFF

It looks like Bruce Jenner has found love again... with his formal wife Kris Jenner's best friend and assistant Rhona Kamihira.

The pair were seen together at an Elton John gig on October 4 and onlookers remarked how much mother-of-two Rhona looked like Kris.
The formal Olympian Bruce has known Rhona a former neighbour of the Jenners in Hidden Hills, for more than twenty years and her two children Maddy and Spencer are very close to Kendall and Kylie.

Missy Elliot shows of new look: Photos

Missy Elliot   took to her Instagram to show off her amazing  new look. She is looking 22 at 43. Looks like she's aging in reverse..

Chibok Girls: Boko Haram to Release 218 Chibok Girls Monday.

The Boko Haram sect  may be released the 218 Chibok girls  on Monday  following the ceasefire agreement that was reached on yesterday. 

The Federal Government, through the Nigerian military, had on Friday said that it had agreed to a ceasefire with the violent sect and that the Chibok girls would soon be released. And now according to a new report on PUNCH, the President’s Principal Secretary, Hassan Tukur, told BBC Focus on 

Tukur said Boko Haram announced a unilateral ceasefire on Thursday and the government had responded. He said:

 “The Boko Haram members have assured us that they have the girls and that they will release them. I am cautiously optimistic.”
Tukur and Danladi Ahmadu, who calls himself the Secretary-General of Boko Haram, told VOA’s Hausa-language service that the abducted girls would be released on Monday in Chad.

The girls are alive and “in good condition and unharmed,” Ahmadu said.

Mr Tourism Nigeria 2014 Finalists.( Photos )

The Mr Tourism Nigeria 2014 season 4  grand finale will take place on November 29,2014 in Uyo Akwa Ibom state.
Derenle Edun and Ella Marrie are to host the show
Green Carpet starts at 5pm and the them is 'THE BUSINESS IDEA'..

See the pictures below


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