Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Osun State: Teacher Slashed With Machete As Fighting Breaks Out Over Educational

Osun State parents and students are protesting the new educational reforms as fighting are breaking out.  

TODAY'S DATE IS .... 11-12-13.

Mandela's Message To Nigerian Leaders.

“YOU know I am not very happy with Nigeria. I have made that very clear on many occasions. Yes, Nigeria stood by us more than any nation, but you let yourselves down, and Africa and the black race very badly.


OBJOn 2nd December, this year, an apparently angry and frustrated ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo wrote to ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo letter that clearly competes as one of the most acerbic in modern history, accusing him of ineptitude and of taking actions calculated at destroying Nigeria.
“Nigeria is bleeding and the hemorrhage must be stopped,” Mr. Obasanjo said in the 18-page letter he titled “Before It Is Too Late” exclusively obtained by PREMIUM TIMES Tuesday.

Uruguay become the first country to legalises sale and production of cannabis

Uruguay has become the first country in the world to legalise marijuana after passing a law which allows the production, sale and use of the drug

John Terry spotted with heavily stocked basket in Poundland - despite earning £170k a week

Footballer John Terry has been photographed shopping at Poundland – despite earning £170,000 a week.
The Chelsea captain was spotted by a fan in the store in Woking, Surrey, which is less than ten miles from the club’s training ground in Cobham.

World's biggest child porn dealer' who says 100 years in U.S. jail is 'too harsh

An Irishman wanted in the U.S. for allegedly being the world's biggest child porn dealer could go free, it emerged today.
Irish authorities have revealed Eric Eoin Marques will not be prosecuted under their jurisdiction and may challenge an attempt by the U.S. to get him extradited.

Sign language translator at Nelson Mandela's memorial was a FAKE

An interpreter who was seen by millions of television viewers worldwide translating Nelson Mandela's memorial service into sign language was a 'fake', according to South Africa's deaf federation.

Desmond Tutu's house burgled while he was delivering a prayer at Mandela's memorial service

Anti-apartheid icon Desmond Tutu was burgled while he was paying tribute to Nelson Mandela at yesterday's memorial service.
The thieves apparently targeted his home in the suburbs of Cape Town in the knowledge that he was more than 800 miles away at the ceremony in Johannesburg.