Showing posts from August 12, 2017

Buhari Administration Has Succeeded in Nursing Nigeria’s “Very Sick Economy”.- Lai Mohammed.

In a statement issued by Segun Adeyemi, media aide of the minister, on Friday, Mohammed said this at the signing of a memorandum of understanding on media and cultural relations with China represented by Guo Weimin, visiting Chinese vice-minister of the state council information office.

He said the government was “working assiduously to redeem its electoral pledges, especially in the critical areas of developing the economy as well as fighting corruption and insecurity”.

“Contrary to the lies that are being purveyed daily in the social media, this government has been working assiduously to redeem its electoral pledges. Our fight against insecurity is yielding very positive results,” he said.

“Our fight against corruption is focused and is ongoing and we are resolute and we have resolved that we are going to fight corruption until corruption goes under. We are happy that in this regards, we have a very good partner in China because we are aware and we know how China fought corruption and…

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President Uhuru Kenyatta Has Won Re-Election In Kenya.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has won re-election in Kenya, defeating veteran opposition leader and longtime rival Raila Odinga in a tense contest.

Kenya's election commission declared Friday that the 55-year-old businessman and son of the country's founding President had received enough votes to secure a second five-year term.
Kenyatta garnered 54.27% of the final vote, similar to what he had in a preliminary count. Odinga received 44.74%.

The President, in a nationally broadcast speech, said he and his opponent were not enemies.

"We are all citizens of one republic," he said. "As with any competition, there shall always be winners and there shall be losers. But we all belong to one great nation called Kenya."
Kenyatta said he wanted to work with the opposition National Super Alliance (NASA).

"I extend a hand of partnership knowing fully well that this country needs all of us pulling together in order for us to succeed," he said.

Congratulations came from …

Governor Okowa -- PDP Is Set To End Sorrow In Nigeria.

Ahead of the 2019 general elections, the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) has disclosed it’s preparedness to end the sufferings of Nigerians by providing good leadership when the party takes back power from the ruling APC in 2019.

Chairman of the PDP Convention Planning Committee and Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa disclosed this when he led party bigwigs on inspection of Eagles Square, venue for the 2017 Non-Elective Convention on Saturday.

According to Okowa, It is no longer news that Nigerians are suffering and it was not like this when we were in control of the Federal government, stressing that the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, remains the only party capable of taking Nigeria out of its present economic challenges. “As a party we have realised areas we made mistakes and we are working hard to correct these mistakes with a view to putting smiles on the faces of Nigerians”.

“The reformed PDP is working assiduously to make life more meaningful for Nigerians and as you c…

In Africa, Nigeria Moves Up In FIFA Football Ranking.

Fifa African Football ranking

The Super Eagles of Nigeria have made progress in the August FIFA world rankings.

In the latest rankings released on Thursday by the world football governing body, the Super Eagles cemented the 38th position from the previous 39th and sealing the sixth position in the  Africa.

Also on the progress list was Cameroon, whom Nigeria will play against in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers next month. The Indomitable Lion climbed one spot to 37th in the world and fifth on the continent.

Both teams will clash next month in crucial World Cup qualifiers.Nigeria will host them in Uyo on September 1 while Cameroon will host the Super Eagles in the second leg game in Yaounde three days later.

Meanwhile, Brazil returned to the top of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking just after one month, replacing the reigning FIFA World Cup champions Germany who slipped back into the second spot.

Argentina remains in third while the 4th position is secured by Switzerland with Poland surpr…

Things To Consider, If You Want to Make On Top Sex Better.

Why do people always say being on top is better for women, anyway?
“You have more control over the speed, angle, and intensity, so it makes it easier to keep it at a rhythm that’s really doing it for you. Your vulva and cli**ris are also very accessible, and the vast majority of women find intercourse much more pleasurable if they are also stroking or being stroked in this area,” Martin explains. And then there’s also the mental element of control. Taking the reins and doing things exactly how you want  can feel beyond hot.

OK, but what can you try if you’re having trouble getting the right angle when you’re on top?
Yes, in theory it makes sense that being on top lets your clit get more stimulation, but if that angle just isn’t happening for you, you’ve got options. To find that sweet spot, Martin suggests moving your body forward and back very slowly, and left to right, to see if you can notice and slight differences in sensation. Basically, troubleshoot!

Too deep? No problem.
“If you a…

Four Pregnant Women Die Of Hepatitis "E" In IDP Camp.

Four pregnant women have been confirmed dead, according to Médecins Sans Frontières, also known as Doctors Without Borders, of Hepatitis E at the Ngala Internally Displaced Persons camp in Borno State.

The MSF Medical Coordinator, Nicoletta Bellio, said in a statement that over 400 people had been infected with the disease between July and August while 170 people had been treated so far.

According to information on the website of the World Health Organisation, Hepatitis E is a liver disease caused by the hepatitis E virus and common in areas with limited access to water, sanitation and health services such as war zones and IDP camps.

Bellio, who said there were 45,000 people living at the Ngala IDP camp, stated that the disease spread from Niger.

The statement said, “The situation in Ngala is very worrying. The onset of the rainy season has caused repeated flooding in the camp with water gushing across pathways, latrine holes and into people’s shelters.

“There are more than 400 cases of he…

Photos of Naked Animal Lovers In London.

Animal lovers streaked unclad through London Zoo on a sponsored run to help save tigers from extinction.

Many of those who took part stri*ped off everything and painted themselves in tiger stripes before jogging among the caged animals.

The annual event in question was the Zoological Society for London’s (ZSL) Streak for Tigers – which raises money to help protect tigers and their habitats around the world.

 Tigers are classed as an endangered species with global populations on the decrease due to poaching and the increasing destruction of their natural habitats.

It’s believed that there are now less than 6,000 wild tigers left worldwide.

The event began at 7pm and the so-called Tiger Streakers – because a group of tigers is called a streak – were encouraged to let go of all their inhibitions and go completely unclad for a whole five to ten minutes.

 At the end of their run they were handed a foil blanket and to protect their modesty.

Each runner paid a £20 registration fee and had pledged t…

Ex-President,Yahya Jammeh's Finances Gets Probed In Gambia.

A commission in charge of investigating former President Yahya Jammeh’s finances has started its hearings in Gambia.

The country’s ministry of justice believes that tens of million dollars of public money was looted from state funds by the former leader during his 22-year rule.

Three bankers and the director of the revenue service were questioned at the start of the public hearings.

The mining activities of one of Mr Jammeh’s companies, and the alleged disappearance of taxpayer’s money are all under investigation as well. The charity of the former ruler, the Jammeh Foundation for Peace is also under scrutiny.

The commission of investigation was set up by the new government of President Adama Barrow in July. Its five members will look into allegations of abuse of power, embezzlement of public funds, and possible violations of the constitution.

Earlier in the year, $50m in assets, including 86 bank accounts and over 100 properties were seized by the government from Mr Jammeh who ruled The Ga…