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Thursday, 27 September 2012

Man U Beat Newcastle




Goals from Anderson (44 minute) and Tom Cleverley (58 minute) yesterday 26th September 2012 where all Manchester United needed to go past Newcastle and set up a cracker against Chelsea at Stanford Bridge.



Man United fans were happy to see Wayne Rooney and Daren Fletcher back in United’s line up after 33 days and 10 months absence respectively.

However, Cisse scored at the 62nd minute for Newcastle to keep the score line at 2-1 in favour of Manchester United. United are gunning for their fifth League Cup.

Appeal Bakassi judgment now Senate Tells FG





Most people will agree with me if I say there is no place like home. This is the picture been painted by the people of Bakassi, whose land have been given to Cameroun by the International Court Of Justice.

Oh Bakassi My Father Land


They are not alone in rejecting the ceding of their dear father land to Cameroun as the Senate yesterday declared their total rejection of the judgment of the ICJ ceding Bakassi Peninsula to Cameroun. The Senate directed President Goodluck Jonathan to appeal the judgment urgently. The Nigerian Bar Association are not left out as they have given the Federal Government a seven-day ultimatum to approach the ICJ to review the Bakassi case.

The UN charter on Human Right clearly stated the right to self determination, my argument is that are the people of Bakassi exempted from this right? The Federal Government should please appeal this judgment before it expires on the 9th of October.

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Shocking: A Life Fish In A Mans Anus






eel fish
Wonders shall never end, a man had to go for emergency treatment in Auckland to remove an eel fish from his anus.

Does it mean that fishes also breed in the anus or stomach of a man? How did the eel find its way into his anus? What would have happened if the eel fish was not removed from his anus? Is the man a mobile pond? So many questions begging for answers.

This news was reported in The New Zealand Herald

Monday, 24 September 2012

Doggy Style Poster


 
The poster above is one of the most recent Ghana films titled Doggy Style. What I don’t really understand is if this is real or not. Those of you in Ghana can you help verify if this film exist or not.

If the film is real, what has happened to our African culture? What are our producers up to? In Africa generally and Nigeria in particular, parents hardly have time for their children, as they work day in day out to make ends meet. No time to monitor what films the children are watching. When kids watch films like this, it will only lead to incest and the like.

Our producers should please consider our children and the economic situation in Africa when producing their film, or are they now promoting porn instead of moral and culture?

 

Thursday, 20 September 2012

Flood Send Man To Grave In Kwara



The residents of Akerebiata, Ilorin Kwara state were thrown into confusion and mourning on Tuesday night 18th September 2012 when the news of the death of Mr. Kehinde Ajongolo was announced. 65 years old Mr. kehinde Ajongolo, a building materials dealer, was swept into the river by flood following a heavy downpour on his way home.



The heavy rain, which lasted for about two (2) and half hours, flooded many parts of the metropolis, cutting off the link road between Sobi Barracks and the adjourning communities around Akerebiata.

The deceased relative Mr. Isa Ajongolo confirmed to journalist in Ilorin that he spoke with his uncle on phone few minutes before the rain and never knew that will be his far speech to him. A search party was organized when his efforts to reach his uncle on phone proved abortive. The search party he said found the deceased motor cycle in the river and his corpse was seen a few kilometers away. 

May his soul rest in peace. We pray the government to expedite action to repair our roads to forestall similar incident.  

Okada Riders Protest Over Lagos Traffic Law



There was protest by motorcycle operators popularly known as ‘Okada riders’ yesterday in different parts of Lagos metropolis against restrictions placed on their operations by the new Lagos state traffic law. 


Reliable Sources confirmed that the Okada riders stormed major highways in Lagos such as Apapa, Ajegunle, Lagos island and the Lagos Abeokuta Express way, in an attempt to urge the government to revert the restrictions placed on their operations. The motorcycle operators were seen in hundreds chanting anti-government slogans as they took over the roads causing traffic jams. However, a combined team of Rapid Response Squad (RRS) were able to put the situation under control and restore normalcy.

According to some sections of the traffic law, Okada riders are restricted from operating in about 475 roads across Lagos state. According to the Commissioner of Transport Mr. Kayode Opeifa, the state government has added about 15,000 road signs in addition to the already existing 10,000 signs.