expr:class='"loading" + data:blog.mobileClass'>

Pages

Thursday, 13 January 2022

happy new year all

 happy new year to you all that have been sticking with us even when we have been so busy to post thank you for all that you do. we wish you a prosperous year. this year i want all of us to win so i have a couple of pdf materials i will be dropping here for those who want to secure the bag mind you is not free you pay a token any of the link i drop and you feel like the pdf material will help u go ahead and buy it we learn everyday.


https://app.expertnaire.com/product/7218386674/7169283889

https://app.expertnaire.com/product/7218386674/7200064678

https://app.expertnaire.com/product/7218386674/7187522048

https://app.expertnaire.com/product/7218386674/7183954369

Read More »

Monday, 22 November 2021

How Immigration Officials Prevented Soldiers From Wiping Out Our Village

 

 Taraba residents

Photo credit: Daily Trust

The many residents of of Manga, a Taraba community which shares boundary with Cameroon, have narrated the role played by officials of the Nigeria Immigration Service during the invasion by Ambazonian militia, according to Daily Trust.

Daily Trust had reported how the militia from the neighbouring country broke into the village last week, killing the monarch and some of his subjects.

When the committee the Taraba state government set up to look into the issue visited the community on Saturday, Abubakar Manga, spokesman of the village, said 13 people, including three children, were killed, while 20 others are missing.

He said if not for the fact that immigration officials were on ground at the time of the attack, the entire community would have been wiped out.

He told the committee that Ambazonian militia crossed the river and invaded the community through the mountains site at about 6am on Tuesday.

Manga disclosed that the Ambazonian militia first attacked the house of the village head and killed him.

He said the immigration officials responded with fire and the attackers withdrew immediately.

Manga also stated that the immigration officials rescued some people that fell into the river.

He said lack of mobile network in the village worsened the situation because they could not make distress calls.

On why the Ambazonian militia attack the community, the spokesperson said, “They are our kinsmen; we speak the same language. So when they ran to us we had no option than to give them refuge and that is our only offence.”

Also speaking, the chief of Kashibila, Mallam Zakari Musa, lack of communication and presence of army in most of the border areas put inhabitants at risk of attack by both Ambazonian militia and Cameroonian soldiers.

He said during late Abacha regime all border communities were manned by soldiers and other security agents which prevented aggression from neighbouring Cameroon.

He commended Governor Darius Ishaku and Takum Army Battalion for the deployment of soldiers in Manga.

”We urge President Buhari to revive the deployment of soldiers to man all border communities to secure the country’s international borders,” he said.

The state commissioner of information, Danjuma Adamu, told the affected community that the governor was concerned about their safety.

Read More »

Davido's Ex, Chioma Sends Him Birthday Wishes

 

 Davido

It appears that Davido and his ex-fiancee, Chioma Rowland are cool at the moment.

Chioma who is also the mother of his son, Ifeanyi, wished the singer a happy birthday via her Instastories today.

Chioma who is also the mother of his son, Ifeanyi, wished the singer a happy birthday via her Instastories today.

Recall that the singer turns 29 today November 21 and fans and colleagues have taken turns to wish the musician well.

Chioma also wished him a happy birthday signifying that even though they are no more together, there is no bitterness between them at all.

 

Read More »

#BBA Tayo Faniran Calls Out 'One Campaign' For Failing To Redeem his Ambassadorial Deal

 Tayo Faniran

Tayo Faniran, a former Big Brother Africa housemate has called out another person online.

Apparently, Tayo won a challenge in the house and his reward was a $100, 000 ambassadorial deal from one campaign.

Just days after calling out billionaire businessman, Ayiri Emami, for failing to fulfill the $350, 000 allegedly promised him while in the Big Brother Africa show, Tayo Faniran, has now called out one campaign organizer for failing to fulfill the $100, 000 ambassadorial deal they promised him while in the BBA house.

Apparently, Tayo won a challenge in the house and his reward was a $100, 000 ambassadorial deal from one campaign.

Tayo in a post shared on his Instagram page this afternoon said he is yet to receive the deal.

Read what he wrote below:

Read More »

Oh No! Prominent Journalist, Killed In Suicide Bomb Attack

 

Guled, a Radio Mogadishu director, commonly known as Abdiaziz Afrika, was killed in the blast which occurred as he was leaving a restaurant on Saturday, November 21. Abdiaziz Mohamud Guled, a prominent Somali journalist, has been killed by an Al-Shabaab suicide bomber in the capital, Mogadishu. 

Guled, a Radio Mogadishu director, commonly known as Abdiaziz Afrika, was killed in the blast which occurred as he was leaving a restaurant on Saturday, November 21. 

The attack wounded several other people, including the director of Somali National Television and a driver.

The veteran journalist, who was a critic of the Islamist armed group, was well known for his interviews with detained suspects and his broadcasts often attracted large audiences.

Government official Ismael Mukhtar Omar, an ex-colleague of Abdiaziz, said that police had confirmed that the blast had been caused by a suicide bomber.

"He came out of the restaurant and went into his car with a colleague after they had dinner and the suicide bomber ran onto the car window and detonated himself,” said another colleague Ali Mohamed.

“My cousin Abdiaziz was killed by a suicide bomber immediately after he went out to a restaurant … He died as he was rushed to hospital. He always shone a big light on al-Shabab, may God rest his soul." his cousin, Abdullahi Nur, told Reuters news agency. In a statement, Somalia’s Deputy Information Minister Abdirahman Yusuf Omar said the country had lost a “brave man”.

Somali Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble, who offered his condolences to Guled's family.

"Abdiaziz was a hardworking journalist and national hero who worked for his country, his people and his religion with courage and relentlessness," he said.

Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack and had targeted the journalist for 'committing crimes against Islam'

“The mujahideen had been hunting Abdiaziz for a long time. He committed crimes against Islam, he was involved in the killing of mujahideens,” Abdiasis Abu Musab, al-Shabab military operation spokesperson, told Reuters. 

The journalist was buried today. 

Read More »