Showing posts from August 7, 2017

FFK - “The country Has Become Lawless And Ungovernable Under Buhari”

RIChief Femi Fani Kayode, PDP chieftain and Former Aviation Minister in his usual way took to social media to react to yesterday’s massacre at the St. Philip’s Catholic Church, Amakwa Ozubulu in Anambra state.

The strong critic of the present administration and all things APC, took to Twitter to shares his views on the barbaric attack that happen in the church and claimed the lives of Eight people with several others left with different degrees of injuries after some unidentified gunmen stormed the church and opened fire on the innocent worshipers.

The former minister said; “The country has become lawless and ungovernable under Buhari…”

Read his Tweets below;

Reno Omokiri - “Its Painful to Watch a Man Who Recklessly Had s*x With You Marry a Girl who Refused to Let Him Do The Same to Her”

Popular Broadcaster, Christian Television Show host and author Reno Omokri, has just shared his views on pre-marital s*x and the consequences of couples having s*x before marriage.

The renowned author sharing his views on Twitter said that; “the problem with pre-marital s*x is even if it leads to marriage, you have already set a precedent that s*x out marriage is okay”

Speaking to women the preacher said, “Every time you allow a man sleep with you before marriage you dramatically reduces the chance of a man getting married to you”.

Read his Tweets below;

Governor Wike Has Submitted A List Of 13 Commissioners For Screening.

Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has submitted a list of 13 Commissioner-Designates to the Rivers House of Assembly for screening after he sacked all his commissioners on July 24.

The Commissioner-designates include: Emma Okah, Charles Wogu, Ibibia Walters, Tamunosisi Gogo-Jaja, Isaac Kamalu, Mrs Sukelu Oyagiri, Damiete Afred Miller, Boma Iyayi, Emeka Onowu, Prof. Princewill Chike, Tasie Chinedu Nwabueze, Sylvanus Nwankwo and Prof. Kaniye Ebeku.

The nominees are to appear before the House of Assembly on Tuesday August 8 at 10 a.m.

It is noteworthy that some of the former commissioners are staging a comeback. Among them are Emma Okah, Prof. Kaniye Ebeku, Isaac Kamalu, Ibibia Walters and Boma Iyayi.

The Clerk of the Rivers State House of Assmbly, Mr. Stanford Oba revealed the names in a statement.

Governor Wike on Sunday, sacked all his Special Advisers, except one on Religious Affairs.

35 Killed, Scores Injured,In Amakwa Ozubulu Church.

IT was a bloody Sunday in Anambra State, yesterday, as unidentified gunmen invaded St Philip’s Catholic Church, Amakwa Ozubulu in Ekwusigo Local Government Area of the state, killing no fewer than 35 worshippers and injuring scores of others now receiving treatment in different hospitals in the state.

St. Philip Catholic Church, Umuezekwe Ofufe, Amakwa Ozubulu, attacked by gunmen, yesterday. Right: Blood stains after the killings in the church. But the state police command said only eight persons were killed, while 10 others sustained various degrees of injuries.

 It was learned that trouble started for worshippers who were in church for the 6:00am Mass, when at about 6:45am, the gunmen rode into the church in a Lexus SUV, as one of them entered the church and shot at close range an elderly man, later identified as Pa Ikegwuonu, while others remained in the vehicle outside. An eye-witness told Vanguard that after killing the old man, the gunman opened fire on other worshippers, as t…

Governor Wike.Relieved All His Special Adviser Their Duties.

Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, has relieved all his Special Advisers of their appointments.

A statement by Simeon Nwakaudu, Special Assistant to the Rivers State Governor on Electronic Media, however, noted that the Special Adviser on Religious Affairs, Bishop Winston Iwo retained his post.

The governor sacked all his commissioners on July 24 and  is yet to constitute a new cabinet.

To Claim The Community Shield On Penalties, Arsenal Wins Chelsea.

Alvaro Morata and Thibaut Courtois missed penalties as Arsenal won the Community Shield with a dramatic 4-1 shootout victory over 10-man Chelsea.

The season curtain-raiser between Premier League champions Chelsea and FA Cup winners Arsenal finished 1-1 after Sead Kolasinac, two minutes after Pedro was shown a straight red card, cancelled out Victor Moses' opener at Wembley.

An English football first followed as the 'ABBA' penalty shootout was deployed and the Gunners prevailed to extend their winning record at Wembley to nine straight games, including two in penalty shootouts.

Trailing 2-1 in the shootout, Courtois took Chelsea's second kick but failed to equalise, blazing over, before club-record signing Morata fired wide.

That handed Arsenal the initiative, allowing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to score before Olivier Giroud netted the decisive strike to secure the Shield, and a timely boost ahead of their Premier League opener against Leicester on Friday Night Football.