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Monthly Archives: January 2018

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End of the road for notorious cultist kidnapper and mass murderer – Don Waney

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END OF THE ROAD FOR NOTORIOUS CULTIST KIDNAPPER AND MASS MURDERER- DON WANEY

Don Waney at the middle

The authorities of 6 Division Nigerian Army Port Harcourt wish to inform the peace loving people of Omoku in ONELGA in particular, Rivers State and indeed the entire good people of Niger Delta in general that the notorious cult leader, kidnap kingpin and mass murderer Don Waney is dead.

Recall that in the early hours of Monday 20th November 2017, troops of 6 Division Nigerian Army acting on credible information from some patriotic members of the public raided the evil Don Waney enclave in Omoku, ONELGA Rivers State where shocking discoveries of assorted weapons, dynamites, bags of suspected cannabis, full military camouflage uniforms, military boots, military communication radios, 10 human skulls and human bones were discovered. Additionally, in continuation of the operation on Tuesday 21st November 2017, the troops also exhumed decomposing bodies of some of his victims in his shrine in the glaring eyes of the media who were invited to witness first hand. Continue reading

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Governor Wike calls for the establishment of schemes to take care of ex-service men

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Governor Wike is been decorated by an ex-service man

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has called for the establishment of a permanent scheme to cater for ex-servicemen and families of deceased ex-servicemen.

Governor Wike also announced the release of N100million to the Rivers State Command of the Nigerian Legion as Grant for widows of ex-servicemen and their families to set up businesses.

Wike addresses the mammoth crowd of ex-service men present at the event

Speaking during the emblem appeal fund launching for the 2018 Armed Forces Remembrance Day on Thursday in Port Harcourt, Governor Wike said that support for the ex-servicemen should not be restricted to the Armed Forces Remembrance Day.

He said: “It is only when January 15 approaches that ex-servicemen are remembered. I suggest that a permanent scheme be set up to serve the ex-servicemen.

“The scheme will serve as an incentive to serving military personnel to put in their best for the country. ”

He called on Nigerians to do everything humanly possible to support ex-servicemen and their families.

The governor directed local government areas in the state to also redeem their pledges to the Nigerian Legion. Continue reading

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Cult-Related Violence: Governor Wike alleges orchestrated plot to make Rivers unsafe

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Governor Wike

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has declared that there is an orchestrated plot to create the impression that the state is unsafe through the promotion of targeted cult killings.

This is as the Federal Government called for partnership between it and the Rivers State Government to tackle security challenges in the state.

Speaking during a visit of the Minister of Interior, Lt General Abdulrahman Danbazzau, to the Government House Port Harcourt on Friday, Governor Wike said that the security agencies in the state know the cult kingpins terrorising flashpoints in the state.

He said: “The Security agencies have the profiles of all cult kingpins in different parts of the state and they know their locations.

“There is no wisdom in the politicization of security. Insecurity can affect anybody. You can never know the next victim of insecurity “.

He urged the security agencies and the Federal Government to deploy personnel to cult flashpoints in the state to forestall repeated attacks by cultists. Continue reading

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Eighteen hoodlum suspects arrested in Oyo State for cult activities

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Cultists on the prowl. Photo credit. Dailypostng

The Police in Oyo State has arrested 18 suspected hoodlums for alleged involvement in bloody cult clashes in some densely populated areas of Ibadan.

The Commissioner of Police, Mr Abiodun Odude warned the warring groups that have been unleashing terrors in some parts of the Oyo State capital to desist from such activities and that if otherwise, they will be made to face the full wrath of the law.

Hoodlums numbering over 100 from Foko and Itamaya area of Ibadan had on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 2 and 3 launched an attack they called ‘Operation No Mercy’ against their rival at Oke-Ado in Ibadan. Continue reading

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Presidential spokesman, Femi Adesina receives traditional title in Igboland

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Femi Adesina,

Three days ago, Mr Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity was conferred with the traditional title of Nwanne Di Na Mba (A brother in another land) of Mmaku Kingdom, Enugu State.

Femi Adesina receives traditional title

Adesina received the chieftaincy title during the 1st Grand Ofala festival of Igwe Cyprain Nevobasi, Igwe Omeluenyi 1 of Agunnese, Ezeani 111 of Nmaku Kingdom in Enugu. Continue reading

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Chibok girls: 107th school girl rescued after four years

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How the Chibok girl, Salomi Pogu, and 2,000 others including women and children were rescued following military operations around Gwoza and Sambisa general area of Borno state.

The Theatre Commander of the Operation Lafiya Dole, Major General Rogers Nicholas, noted that Pogu is the 107th Chibok school girl to be rescued nearly four years after abduction.

Addressing journalists on Thursday, he explained that Operations are going on across the Sambisa General area and as a result, one of the abducted Chibok girls was rescued alongside one other girl who has a baby. Continue reading

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HOW LIBERIA’S NEW PRESIDENT PAID THE FEE TO GREATNESS AND WHAT YOUNG PLAYERS CAN LEARN FROM HIM – Nelson Dafe

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Football legend, George Weah. Photo: zeenews

A former grassroots footballer, one who rose from the slums and war ravaged Liberia of the 90s to become best player in the world in 2005, has just become president of Liberia.
George Opong Weah, the former Arsenal star defeated vice President Joseph Boakai in the run off presidential election recently held in that country and will now succeed current President Ellen Sirleaf.
The National Elections Commission said that with 98.1% of ballots counted, Mr Weah had won 61.5% of the vote.
Opponent Joseph Boakai was far behind with 38.5%.
For young boys in the grassroots football level, there’s a huge lesson to learn in the George Weah’s story. Here’s a man who lacked basic education, but had raw football skills. A man whose upbringing was tainted by a war that consumed many friends and family members and one which could dampen the highest of spirits and turn the most innocent of souls into a revengeful murderous monster.
But Weah had finer dreams. He wanted greatness in better ways than carrying a gun. For him, what separated him and the best football stars in the world were simply skills, mental and physical skills that he could learn. And he set apart to make the necessary sacrifices to become great.
A retired basketball player, now a World renowned psychologist John Amaechi in one of his motivational videos on YouTube urged aspiring basketball stars to be ready to pay the FEE  to greatness if they ever really desired to be great.  By the FEE, Amaechi meant Focus, Effort and Execution.

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Benue killings: Police arraign six suspected Fulani herdsmen

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The Benue State Police is currently arraigning six Fulani herdsmen allegedly involved in the killing of 19 farmers in Akor village of Guma Local Government Area of Benue State.

The suspects are being arraigned at a Chief Magistrate Court 1 sitting in Makurdi the state capital, before the Chief Magistrate, Isaac Ajim.

The incident which occurred onJanuary 2, 2018, had a pregnant woman killed and five others in a fresh attack in the state.

The death toll later increased to 20, the governor of the state, Samuel Ortom confirmed the number of casualties shortly after the state security council meeting was held. Continue reading

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South and North Korea to hold talks

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As their face-off rages, North and South Korea have agreed to hold talks to broker peace on 9 January , the first in two years.

The truce talk was agreed by the two neighbours , hours after Seoul and Washington decided to defer joint military exercises which always infuriated Pyongyang until after the Winter Olympics.

The meeting, the first since December 2015, will take place in Panmunjom, the truce village in the heavily fortified Demilitarized Zone that divides the peninsula.

Tensions have been high after the North carried out multiple missile launches in 2017, including a number of ICBMs, and its sixth atomic test, by far its most powerful to date. Continue reading

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Only the revamp of the nation’s refineries can stop fuel scarcity, says Ibe Kachikwu

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Minister of Petroleum for State, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu

The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, says the Federal Government is working assiduously to revamp the country’s refineries to address the problems of lingering fuel crisis.

Kachikwu said this on Thursday in Abuja during a one-day public hearing of the National Assembly Joint Committees on Petroleum (Downstream), investigating the causes of recent fuel scarcity recorded across the country in December 2017. Continue reading

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