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|Nairaland / General / Please Help!!! My Blogsite Was Disabled Due To Copyright Report..what Do I Do? by olamitunde(m): 2:55am On Nov 29, 2018|
i need an urgent advice on what to do to get my blogsite active again. i got a mail yesterday that my site was reported for copyright and that the contents repoted will be diabled . But to my surprise, i've been unable to access the sire since then. Experience Bloggers here should kindly come to my rescue ASAP.
|Nairaland / General / Please Help!!! My Blogsite Was Disabled Due To Copyright Report..what Do I Do? by olamitunde(m): 2:30am On Nov 29, 2018|
i need an urgent advice on what to do to get my blogsite active again. i got a mail yesterday that my site was reported for copyright and that the contents repoted will be diabled . But to my surprise, i've been unable to access the sire since then. Experience Bloggers here should kindly come to my rescue ASAP.
|Politics / Gej,pdp,and The Nigerian Army by olamitunde(m): 9:07am On Feb 08, 2015|
The soldier who reportedly released an audio clip about plans to rig the June 2014 governorship elections in Ekiti State has spoken out.
Captain Sagir Koli was said to have recorded a conversation which allegedly occurred between the Governor of the state, Ayo Fayose, Former Minister of State for Defence, Musiliu Obanikoro and Senator Iyiola Omisore among others.
Koli was present at the alleged meeting where plans were made to use the Army to rig the elections.
He explained his side of the story in a statement titled, “How Nigerian Army personnel were used to rig Ekiti and Osun States Gubernatorial Elections 2014″.
Read his full statement below:
How the Nigerian Army personal were used to Rig Ekiti and Osun States Gubernatorial Elections 2014.
1. I was officially deployed as the 32, Artillery Brigade Intelligence Officer to provide credible Intelligence to the success of Ekiti State governorship election. At about 2030 hours on June 2014, a day to the election proper, the commander, Brigadier General AA Momoh told me to escort him to a place where the State Minister for Defence wanted to see him.
Reaching the place (Spotless Hotel in Ado- Ekiti), which serves as coordinating campaign office for the PDP candidate Mr. Ayodele Fayose, we met the Minister himself, Minister of Police Affairs, Mr Fayose, Mr. Iyiola Omisore, one Honoruable Abdulkareem and host of other top PDP chieftains.
The Outcome of what was discussed that gave the party victory during the election are as follows:
A. They told brigade commander that they are on presidential assignment and they cannot afford to fail. Also, they told him that they were there to remove any obstacles that would block their victory and the commander is the key; therefore, he has no option but to collaborate with them. They said, if the commander play(ed) with them, his promotion is in their hands and the president and the chief of army Staff would be very angry with him and he knows what that means.
B. They directed that soldiers on election duty must work hand in hand with the PDP agents and give them all the necessary support they needed without limitation.
C. They ordered the arrest of selected APC stalwarts that could greatly assist the party during the election including the DG campaign organisation for Dr Fayemi Mr. Bimbo Daramola. APC members in Ekiti State should be interviewed of what they went through. We were forced to do a dirty job for them with a threat of court martial.
D. They directed that soldiers must block APC members’ access to the electorates but all PDP supporters’ movement anywhere using a designated sticker with inscription, “National Security Task” it should be noted that some of these PDP agents were given NYSC uniforms because we were well briefed by the commander.
E. Chief Chris Uba who also said he was from the presidency entered Ado- Ekiti a day to the election accompanied by 16 commissioned Army officers (Major and blow) led by Major Ujung of 82 Base Ammunitions Depot from Nigeria Army 82 Division Enugu. Their major task was to effect arrest and move secret materials and money. This money was brought from CBN Umuahia.
F. Chief Chris Uba was physically present with the soldiers and the commander at Forward Operational Base (FOB) close to government house in Ado- Ekiti. He personally supervised the movement of the strike force. This act of a civilian directing military operation is highly unprofessional and tarnishing of the military discipline and regimentation.
G. Chief Chris Uba entered Ado-Ekiti a day to the election accompanied by military/police escort with 2 black tinted Hilux Vans with “secret” materials according to him. Items inside the vans were 1000/500 Naria notes closed and cloned marked ballot papers.
H. Chris Uba, Minster of police Affairs, Obanikoro and Co said this is just a test run that should not fail and its to be done in SS and SW states, moreover, Rivers State to make sure Rotimi Ameachi bow to the federal government.
2. Based on the aforementioned, they succeeded in rigging the Ekiti State election with victory in all the 16 LGAs. These really inspired them and they were with the euphoria that same would happen in Osun State. In preparation of the plans, they confirmed the posting of the commander and task him to prepare for Osun State election (remember that Osun State is not part of 32 Artillery Brigade Area of operations) but they ordered the Nigerian Army Construction Engineers Commander Brigadier General Adeyemi to proceed for 3 weeks compulsory leave until after the election just to pave way for General Momah to repeat the same dirty work that he has done to them in Ekiti State.
3. In build-up towards the Osun State elections, the commander directed me as his intelligence officer who has worked with him perfectly in Ekiti State to go ahead and recce the area as well as familiarize myself with all stake holders for the election.
While I and my team were working for the operations, the commander was in Abuja re-strategizing how to use the military to rig the elections. Feelers based on my discussion with him on phone confirmed to me beyond reasonable doubt that we were repeating the same compromise in Osun State. My heart got burnt and become disenchanted and in total disagreement with such being professional junior officer aspiring to become a General tomorrow.
4. However efforts to explain my grievances prove abortive due to the military dictatorial hierarchy in channel of communication vis a vis threat of court martial from the commander. I resorted to alert the APC high level officials with the aim of stopping Army from partisan involvement during election. A week to the election, the commander came back from Abuja and he made revelations being their final arrangement on how the PDP was to become victorious in Osun state as follows:
A. After welcome address by the commander, he thanked all his staff officers, and said “you all know who we are working for, so you guys MUST follow my direction. I am working for the presidency and the ruling party as you all know, is no longer a hidden thing” for those of you who are moles among us, the presidency is watching you, be careful because the consequence will be severe. I learnt that some of you went to Lagos and met with Tinubu without knowing that his line is already bugged at Abuja, then we are in trouble, but before somebody will kill me I have to kill him first” (referring to me). The commander asked how many of us were involved, that I should say the truth, he now held a secret talk with the operation officer and military police officer to tie and handcuff me to Army HQs, from there I know that my life was in danger.
B. The commander categorically told us that the soldiers were to work under PDP agents while their platoon commanders only supervise the soldiers conduct. He briefed the officers that were working the list of agents and those to be arrested at the SGF office in Abuja and once the list is out everybody must work with accordingly.
C. The commander briefed us on the formation of a strike-force in conjunction with police, DSS and NSCDC and he would command the strike force directly. Their duty was to work directly with the PDP aspirant for arrest and intimidation of APC supporters in their strong hold.
D. Money was shared openly at the NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp Ede to the strike force to ensure compliance.
5. Having said all of the above, I must state before concluding that:
A, My brother Adamu Koli a 15yrs old school boy was under detention since on the 2nd August 2014. The boy stays with me at 32 Artillery Brigade Akure.
B. Brigadier General AM Dikko who they consulted initially for the scam insisted that the army must remain professional and apolitical, was disgracefully removed from his command which he served only for 7 months just to allow General Momoh to carry out the dirty work.
6. Last but not the least, to further substantiate my submission and how my dear-loving, hard-achieving noble calling was de-professionalized; here is the recorded voices of the Ministers, the aspirant and the Brigade Commander. Other officers present at the hotel were Major Aliyu and captain Adegoke who were also part of the officers that escorted commander to the venue where the compromise was made. Also conversation between the commander and Abuja could be traced via MTN, GLO, on the under listed phone numbers (between 20-21 June 2014).
7,Lastly, in order to strengthen the unity and continue existence of Nigeria, I call on the federal Government to desist from using the military for partisan politics. This is to avoid the military from being divided along ethnic and regional lines which is dangerous to the defence of the nation. I remain a patriotic Nigerian and a loyal professional Army officer,
God bless you all
Thank you for listening. Captain Sagir Koli
Both Obanikoro and Fayose have denied the allegations
|Nairaland / General / Get To Know Very Famous People From Yoruba Tribe [you Won't Believe Your Eyes] by olamitunde(m): 8:46am On Jul 18, 2014|
Yoruba is one of the languages widely spoken in Nigeria. That’s why it may come as a surprise that some of the top celebs we see on TV screens, on the Internet, or hear on radio, aside of having Nigerian Origin are actually from Yoruba tribe.
We’ve made a list of international celebrities from Yoruba tribe below:
Hollywood actor. He was born on October 1, 1962, in Lagos State to Nigerian parents from Abeokuta, Ogun State.
He has featured in several hit movies such as Hotel Rwandan, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End and many TV series: 24, Lost, Law & Order, Criminal Minds amongst others.
He has also featured in blockbuster Nollywood movies like: Last Flight To Abuja, Black November, Half Of A Yellow Sun.
Hakeem is a brand ambassador for telecommunications company Etisalat Nigeria.
US Rapper Wale, real name Olubowale Victor Akintimehin, was born to Nigerian parents both from Yoruba tribe, Ogun State, but grew up in the USA.
Wale, aside being one of the top rappers in the US, has also become popular in Nigeria.
He has done collaborations with singers like Wizkid in ‘Nobody But You’, Olamide in ‘Make Us Proud’. The Maybach Music superstar, Wale, visited his motherland in December 2013.
British singer, Jacob Taio Cruz, real name Adetayo Ayowale Onile-Ere, is of Nigerian heritage. He was born on April 23, 1985, in London to a Nigerian father and a Brazillian mother.
Cruz, who started writing songs when he was 12, was signed on a US publishing deal at just 18 years of age.
He began his song-writing career at the age of 19 and has won several awards some of which are: BRIT Awards, Billboard Music Awards, ASCAP Awards and American Music Awards.
Hollywood actor Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje was born on August 22, 1967, in Washington, D.C to Nigerian parents.
Aside being fluent in Yoruba, he is also fluent in several languages such as: English, Italian and Swahili.
He has featured in movies like The Bourne Identity, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Mr. Eko on Lost, Simon Adebisi on Oz, The Mummy Returns amongst others.
British actor Adetomiwa Edun was born in 1984 to a Nigerian father from the Yoruba tribe and a half-Ghanaian, half-English mother.
Edun, who moved to the United Kingdom at the age of 11, has featured in movies like Slaves, Law & Order: UK, The Hour, Passengers.
He is popularly known for his role in the TV series, Merlin, when he played ‘Sir Elyan’ and he became the second black in 2009 to play Romeo at the Globe Theatre.
In addition to being fluent in English and Yoruba, he speaks French.
Richard Ayoade is a British actor born on June 12, 1977, to a Nigerian father and a Norwegian mother.
The comedian, actor and writer has written several award-winning stage plays in the UK.
He is also a well-known face on British TV having starred in the highly popular The IT Crowd. He made his Hollywood debut in 2012 after starring in the comedy The Watch alongside Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill.
Hollywood actor David Oyelowo was born on April 1, 1976, in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, to Nigerian parents.
He has featured in movies like: The Butler, Small Island.
In March 2010 he played the part of Keme Tobodo in the BBC’s drama series ‘Blood and Oil’ (a film about Niger-Delta area of Nigeria).
American actress Adepero Oduye might not quickly ring a bell but she featured in hit movie ’12 Years A Slave’ alongside British-Nigerian actor Chiwetel Ejiofor.
Adepero Oduye is born to Nigerian parents from Yoruba tribe. She played Alike in Pariah (2011), TV series, Law & Order amongst others.
She has received several awards, including a nomination for Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead.
Hope Olaide Wilson
Hollywood actress Hope Olaide Wilson was born on August 16, 1985, to Nigerian parents from the Yoruba tribe.
Hope Olaide Wilson, who moved to the United States in 1996, has featured in Tyler Perry’s movies ‘I Can Do Bad All By Myself’, ‘After the Dark and Faith and Dreams’ amongst others.
She is also fluent in English, French, and Yoruba.
She won the 2009 Diversity Awards Female ‘Nova’ Award Recipient for promising talent.
|Technology Market / MTN Nigeria Denies Involvement In Hike In Prices Of Recharge Cards by olamitunde(m): 8:14am On Jan 09, 2014|
Nigeria’s largest telecoms network, MTN has told HumanIPO it is not responsible for the hike in the prices of the various denominations of its recharge cards.On Monday, the network’s subscribers across the country were informed of a 10 per cent increment in the prices of various recharge card denominations, with the NGN100 denomination rising to NGN110 and the NGN200 denomination rising to NGN220, while subscribers who want to purchase higher denominations are now being compelled to pay additional charges.
However, MTN Nigeria public relations and protocol manager Funso Aina told HumanIPO the network is not aware of the hike and did not give the directive.“Any variance from the authorised face value of recharge cards is without MTN’s knowledge or authority,” he said. “The cost of every recharge card is the value stated on it. Any third party selling recharge cards at a value at variance with the face value is acting illegally.”Cities affected by the increment include Lagos, Abeokuta, Ibadan, Abuja, Owerri, Port Harcourt and Kano.Aina said there is a distribution structure for recharge cards that all partners must adhere to.
Prior to this official response from the network, many subscribers believed the hike was an attempt by the network to compel its subscribers to switch to various electronic platforms, such as ATMs and third-party apps that have QuickTeller functionalities, since the extra charge does not affect those that recharge using these platforms.On social media and forums such as Nairaland, the network’s subscribers have expressed their dissatisfaction with the price hike and a cross-section of aggrieved subscribers have called upon the regulatory body, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), to intervene and sanction MTN.
|Nairaland / General / LAWRENCE ANINI, The Robber. The Gangster That Seized A Nigerian State . by olamitunde(m): 2:53pm On Dec 11, 2013|
SMALL things matter, but little attention is always paid to small matter. When Kingsley Eweka, a prince of Benin was about to be shot for armed robbery in mid 1986, he craned his neck on the stake to tell those asking If he had anything to say: “My friend and his boys will avenge my death!” A smile slipped out the cheeks of the questioners: no one knew his friend, and no one wanted to know. It was a matter for laughter, and since they could not laugh, they sneered. But soon, everyone knew Kingsley’s friend in Bendel State of Nigeria.
Yes, Bendel State. There was once a state in Nigeria called Bendel. It was the old Benin and Delta provinces of Western region that was merged on 8 August, 1963 to become Midwestern State, and was changed to Bendel State on 17 March, 1976, That was its name until 27 August, 1991 when it was divided into two: one part named Edo, and the other now called Delta. But in 1986,, it was Bendel, and this was where Kingsley’s friend took his revenge.
The friend was a young man called Lawrence Nomanyagbon Anini, Nigeria’s acclaimed most notorious armed robber, was born sometimes in 1960 to the family of Owuo quarters in Orogbo village, Orhionmwon area of the state. He was brought to Benin as a toddler where he attended Oza Primary School, and was a known truant while in the School. All the same, he completed the school and got admission to Igiedumu Secondary School. He was there for three years before he abandoned it in about 1976 and started learning how to repair motor vehicles. But he spent only three months in the mechanic workshop.
Anini, dreadfully called ‘The Law’ or ‘Ovbigbo’,. At an early age, learned to drive and became a skilled taxi driver in a few years. He became known in Benin motor parks as a man who could control the varied competing interest among motor park touts and operators. He later resorted to criminal acts in the city and soon became a driver and transporter for gangs, criminal godfathers and thieves. Later on, he decided to create his own gang and they started out as car hijackers, bus robbers and bank thieves. Gradually, he extended his criminal acts to other towns and cities far north and east of Benin.
He terrorized the old Bendel State, especially its capital, Benin City in the 1980s, but in 1986, his robbery exploits reached a terrific level that it became a national issue. He operated along with his lieutenant, Monday Osunbor, and others. However, one striking feature in the Anini reign of terror was the police complicity. It was soon discovered that the Anini gang had insiders within the police hierarchy of which George Iyamu, a Deputy Superintendent of Police, was their arrowhead.
The complicity of the police is believed to have triggered Anini’s reign of terror in 1986. In early 1986, two members of his gang were tried and prosecuted against an earlier under-the-table ‘agreement’ with the police to destroy evidence against the gang members. The incident, and Anini’s view of police betrayal, is believed to have spurred retaliatory actions by Anini. In August, 1986, a fatal bank robbery linked to Anini was reported in which a police officer and others were killed. That same month, two officers on duty were shot at a barricade while trying to stop Anini’s car. During a span of three months, he was known to have killed nine police officers.
In an operation in August of 1986, the Anini team struck at First Bank, Sabongida-Ora, where they carted away N2, 000. But although the amount stolen was seen as chicken feed, they left the scene with a trail of blood. Many persons were killed.
On September 6, same year, the Anini gang snatched a Peugeot 504 car from Albert Otoe, the driver of an Assistant Inspector General of Police, Christopher Omeben. In snatching the car, they killed the driver and went to hide his corpse somewhere. It was not until three months later that the skeleton of the driver was spotted 16 kilometers away from Benin, along the Benin-Agbor highway. A day after this attack, Anini, operating in a Passat car believed to have been stolen, also effected the snatching of another Peugeot 504 car near the former FEDECO office, in Benin.
Two days after, the Anini men killed two policemen in Orhiowon Local Government of the state. Still in that month, three different robbery attacks, all pointing to Anini’s involvement, took place. They include the murder of Frank Unoarumi, a former employee of the Nigerian Observer newspapers; the killing of Mrs. Remi Sobanjo, a chartered accountant, and the stealing of the Mercedes Benz car in Benin, of the Ughelli monarch, the Ovie.
Before September, 1986 drew to a close, Anini, now steaming hot and an elusive dread, struck at a gas station along Wire Road, Benin, where he stole a substantial part of the day’s sales. He shot the Station’s attendant and gleefully started spraying his booty along the road for people to pick.
The height of Anini’s exploits, however, took place on October 1, 1986, the Independence Day when the state’s Commissioner of Police, Casmir Igbokwe was ambushed by the gang in Benin, and nearly yanked off his nose in a hail of bullets. The police boss survived the attacks with serious injuries. Earlier that day also, the Anini men had gunned down a police man within the city
Also, on October 21 of same year, the Anini robbery gang terminated the life of a Benin-based medical doctor, A.O Emojeve when they gunned him down along Textile Mill Road, in Benin. Not done, Anini and gang went and robbed the Agbor branch of African Continental Bank and carted away about N46, 000. A day after the operation, Anini, The Law, turned to a ‘Father Christmas’ as he strew wads of naira notes on the ground for free pick by market men and women at a village near Benin.
Anini’s image thus loomed larger than life, dwarfing those of Ishola Oyenusi, the king of robbers in the 1970s and Youpelle Dakuro, the army deserter who masterminded the most vicious daylight robbery in Lagos in 1978, in which two policemen were killed. Anini thus spear-headed a four-month reign of terror between August and December 1986. Anini also reportedly wrote numerous letters to media houses using political tones of Robin Hood-like words, to describe his criminal acts.
He gave six conditions that must be met “for peace to return to police in Bendel.’’
‘They are to put a stop to the persecution of innocent armed robbers; a stop to police collusion with NURTW (Nigerian Union of Road Transport Workers) and Ogboni cult members; non-harassment by the police of market women returning from village market; abolition of the collection of 5Ok - N5 (by Highway Patron); equal treatment for everybody; and fair treatment for all legitimate drivers by the police.’’
Of course, Anini had an eye on the public for sympathy and support and he thought that his ‘manifesto’ would win for him this, but his chief enemy was time and the police. The police had said they would do everything to get Anini into the cooler. The force quickly replaced Akagbozu, the hospitalized commissioner of police, with Parry Osayande who until then was the Benue State police commissioner. On arrival, the Governor, John Mark Inienger, gave a million naira to the police so that fund would not be the hindrance in the Anini project. And on Wednesday, 15 October 1986, Muhamadu Gambo was appointed the Inspector General of police. With this, the police seemed set to nail the most wanted criminal of the time.
My friend, where is Anini?
Worried by the seeming elusiveness of Anini and his gang members, the military President, General Ibrahim Babangida then ordered a massive manhunt for the kingpin and his fellow robbers. The police thus went after them, combing every part of Bendel State where they were reportedly operating and living. The whole nation was gripped with fear of the robbers and their daredevil exploits.
However, Police manhunt failed to stop their activities; the more they were hunted, the more intensified their activities became.
Some of the locals in the area even began to tell stories of their invincibility and for a while, it felt like they were never going to be caught.
However, at the conclusion of a meeting of the Armed Forces Ruling Council in October 1986, General Babangida turned to the Inspector- General of Police, Etim Inyang, and asked, ‘My friend, where is Anini?’.
At about this time, Nigerian newspapers and journals were also publishing various reports and editorials on the ‘Anini Challenge’, the ‘Anini Saga’, the ‘Anini Factor’, ‘Lawrence Anini – the Man, the Myth’, ‘Anini, Jack the Ripper’, and ‘Lawrence Anini: A Robin Hood in Bendel’. The Guardian asked, emphatically, in one of its reports: ‘Will they ever find Anini, “The Law”?’.
Finally, it took the courage of Superintendent of Police, Kayode Uanreroro to bring the Anini reign of terror to an end. On December 3, 1986, Uanreroro caught Anini at No 26, Oyemwosa Street, opposite Iguodala Primary School, Benin City, in company with six women. Acting on a tip-off from the locals, the policeman went straight to the house where Anini was hiding and apprehended him with very little resistance. Uanreroro led a crack 10-man team to the house, knocked on the door of the room, and Anini himself, clad in underpants, opened the door. “Where is Anini,” the police officer quickly enquired. Dazed as he was caught off guard and having no escape route, Anini all the same tried to be smart. “Oh, Anini is under the bed in the inner room”. As he said it, he made some moves to walk past Uanreroro and his team. In the process, he shoved and head-butted the police officer but it was an exercise in futility.
Uanreroro promptly reached for his gun, stepped hard on Anini’s right toes and shot at his left ankle. Anini surged forward but the policemen took hold of him and put him in a sitting position. They then pumped more bullets into his shot leg and almost severed the ankle from his entire leg. Already, anguished by the excruciating pains, the policemen asked him, “Are you Anini?” And he replied, “My brother, I won’t deceive you; I won’t tell you lie, I’m Anini.” He was from there taken to the police command headquarters where the state’s Police Commissioner, Parry Osayande, was waiting. While in the police net, Anini who had poor command of English and could only communicate in pidgin, made a whole lot of revelations. He disclosed, for instance that Osunbor, who had been arrested earlier, was his deputy, saying that Osunbor actually shot and wounded the former police boss of the state, Akagbosu
Anini was shot in the leg, transferred to a military hospital, and had one of his legs amputated. That was after Monday Osunbor was also captured.
When Anini’s hideout was searched, police recovered assorted charms, including the one he usually wore around his waist during “operations”.
It was instructive that after Anini was captured and dispossessed of his charms, the man who terrorised a whole state and who was supposed to be fearless suddenly became remorseful, making confessions. This was against public expectation of a daredevil hoodlum who would remain defiant to the very end.
Revelations on Iyamu, others
Shortly after the arrest of Anini and co, the dare-devil robbers began to squeal, revealing the roles played by key police officers and men, in the aid ing and abetting of criminals in Bendel State and the entire country. Anini particularly revealed that Iyamu, who was the most senior police officer shielding the robbers, would reveal police secrets to them and then, give them logistic supports such as arms, to carry out robbery operations. He further revealed how N50,000 was paid to lyamu for destruction of evidences and the rent of guns and ammunitions after each operation, would join them in sharing the loot. It was further exposed how Iyamu planned to kill Christopher Omeben, an Assistant Inspector-General of Police in charge of Intelligence and Investigation. But Iyamu was later to be disappointed as the assailants dispatched to eliminate Omeben were only able to kill his driver, Otue, a sergeant.
Iyamu, whom the robbers fondly referred to as ‘Baba’, reportedly had choice buildings in Benin City; being how he invested the loots he obtained from men of the underworld.
Anini drew out laughter from spectators when he said he did not have any supernatural “disappearing power. “What had been happening was that lyamu informed them of all police moves, and all they did was circumspect or preempt such ambush. Of course, lyamu denied it all, but that did not save him from bagging a death sentence. On Saturday, 14 February 1987, he and eight others faced the music of death from staccato of gun shots. They never lived to tell the story.
Trial and execution
Due to amputation of his leg, Anini was confined to a wheelchair throughout his trial. Iyamu, on his part, denied ever knowing and collaborating with Anini, but Anini The Law furiously retorted, “You are a shameless liar!” Anini had accused him before Justice James Omo-Agege in the High Court of Justice, off Sapele Road in Benin City. Of the 10 police officers Anini implicated, five were convicted. The robbery suspects, including Iyamu, were sentenced to death. But in passing his judgement, Justice Omo-Agege remarked, “Anini will forever be remembered in the history of crime in this country, but it would be of unblessed memory. Few people if ever, would give the name to their children.” Their execution took place on March 29, 1987. “ Lawrence Anini, alias Ovbigbo the Law” died, saying ‘Let me reap what have sown!”
|Travel / Re: QATAR And UAE General Visa Enquiries by olamitunde(m): 4:28pm On Nov 11, 2013|
thank you for your quick response. what are the requirements including fees involved?
|Travel / Re: QATAR And UAE General Visa Enquiries by olamitunde(m): 3:03pm On Nov 11, 2013|
Are you saying you call only apply for visa through Etihaad and Emirates?
Please,i need more explanation because i need a visa to Dubai to buy stuffs. thanks
|Sports / Chelsea Are The Best Team In The World... by olamitunde(m): 10:57pm On Mar 05, 2013|
REVEALED: Chelsea are the best team in the world... the news that will get United, Real Madrid and City fired up
Chelsea are the best team in the world, while Real Madrid are the seventh best and Manchester United are 19th.
This is according to the International Federation of Football History and Statistics, an organisation recognised and supported by, although not affiliated with, FIFA.
Their latest Club World Rankings, accounting for results between March 1 2012 and February 28 2013, have produced some results that seem bizarre.
Another accolade: European champions Chelsea should enjoy being the No 1 team in the world while it lasts
In second place are Atletico Madrid and third, Chelsea's vanquished Champions League final opponents Bayern Munich.
Fourth are Club World Cup champions Corinthians, while the mighty Barcelona are down in fifth.
The rankings are calculated by including results from national league matches, continental and intercontinental competitions and the most important national cup competition, ignoring results before the last 16 phase.
Nothing special: Cristiano Ronaldo and his team-mates are down in seventh
Results are awarded points depending on the level of competition. A draw in a national league game is worth two points and a win is four.
Champions League draws and wins are worth seven and 14 respectively, while Club World Cup semi-finals are worth the same.
A win in the Club World Cup final is worth 21 points - which explains how high up Corinthians are.
Lowly: Manchester United are only 19th, according to these bizarre rankings
Celtic are level with Manchester United in 19th, while Liverpool are 25th, Tottenham 37th and Arsenal 50th.
Premier League champions Manchester City languish in 56th, largely because of their shoddy Champions League showings.
Off target: Man City are way down the rankings after poor European showings
The top 20 sides in the world
1. Chelsea (307)
2. Atletico Madrid (304)
3. Bayern Munich (292)
4. Corinthians (287)
5. Barcelona (283)
6. Boca Juniors (281)
7. Real Madrid (277)
8. Juventus (241)
9. Inter Milan (234)
10. Sao Paulo (230)
11. Universidad de Chile Santiago (223)
12. Fluminense (222)
13. Basel (220)
14. Fenerbahce (216)
16. Dortmund (215)
17. Lyon (214)
18. PSG (210)
19. Manchester United (205)
= Club Libertad Asuncion
Other English sides in the top 100
25. Liverpool (200)
37. Tottenham (186)
50. Arsenal (169)
56. Man City (161)
65. Newcastle (152)
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2288379/Chelsea-worlds-best-team-according-statistics.html#ixzz2MhlaDX3f
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|Family / Had Quins Due To Over Dose Of Potent Fertility Drug by olamitunde(m): 2:03am On Jul 06, 2011|
A NIGERIAN mum who headed for Britain when she learned she was pregnant is battling to stay after having QUINS, The Sun can reveal.
Bimbo Ayelabola, 33, had been taking twice the prescribed dose of a potent fertility drug while at home in Lagos.
Within days of discovering she was expecting she obtained a visitor's visa for Britain.
And she ended up getting the best treatment possible on the NHS following an emergency Health Service scan which showed she was expecting four babies.
After months of taxpayer-funded care - costing an estimated £200,000 - Bimbo had a complex Caesarean op 32 weeks into her pregnancy on April 28.
Doctors at Homerton Hospital, in Hackney, East London, then discovered there was a fifth baby.
Now, two months later, Bimbo is applying to the Home Office to extend her stay in the UK because boys Tayseel and Samir and girls Aqeelah, Binish and Zara - although healthy - are too fragile to fly home.
Bimbo is also arguing that there is no "support network" of family and friends left in Nigeria to help her bring up her kids because they are all in the UK already.
Bimbo's husband Ohi, 37, is not. He came to Britain to visit her in hospital but fled back to Nigeria after discovering it was a multiple pregnancy and he faced being responsible for the brood.
The Home Office will now decide whether to grant Bimbo a six-month extension of her visa which expired on June 27.
Officials are also considering sending her a bill for the huge cost of her six months of care which included treatment by consultants, paediatricians, nurses, midwives, social workers and back-up staff. But Bimbo would be unable to pay anyway.
She insists she had no idea she was expecting more than one child when she sought a UK visa after getting pregnant in November.
|Phones / Re: Why Is Airtel Stealing My Money Arbitrarily? by olamitunde(m): 9:05pm On Jun 10, 2011|
subscribers sha, last week it was MTN,it's Airtel this week.whose turn next week?GLO or Etisalat?
|Politics / Re: Nigerians Arrested For $80 Million Counterfeit Money by olamitunde(m): 12:44pm On Jun 07, 2011|
, this is serious
|Phones / Re: Should Any Sensible Person Be On The MTN Network? by olamitunde(m): 8:44pm On Jun 06, 2011|
i wont blame you when obviously your father is political thief.so we should love expensive thing.people allover the world love sales.there is this particular monday in US when prices are reduced you see queues of pple.dont worry buy thuraya and spend 2naira/
@evilspirit, i don't talk to someone like you.your name has already shown the kind family background you are from. SATAN
|Phones / Re: Should Any Sensible Person Be On The MTN Network? by olamitunde(m): 8:39pm On Jun 06, 2011|
Things i use ma mtn sim for
1.send free mms
2.browse and download unlimited
3.send sms to mtn numbers
things i dont do on ma mtn
2.send sms 2 other ntwrk
3.do any of their useless callertunez n other b*||sh*ts,.
Imagine the above post, if every subscriber is like this no network operator will survive because all you care about is cheap , free and
bonus. it"s a pity that most people on this thread think and behave this way
|Phones / Re: Should Any Sensible Person Be On The MTN Network? by olamitunde(m): 8:21pm On Jun 06, 2011|
Consumer satisfaction must first, and dats wat d etisalat family b'livs in, reason for d wide range of products nd services targetin consumer satisfactn. No coy can survive without profits, bt dnt let it get in2 your head. Improve services, study d market very wel b4 bringin up unique services (magic_number) so u dnt fumbl, be consumer oriented. Cheap call tariffs nd internet services is feasible in nigeria, der is no such fin as unsustainability. In dis market, d consumer is king! Yea. .
It is so disheartnen and unfortunate that majority of our youth especially nairalanders are still ignorant or may be they re just not well informed.
Where on earth has it happened that the MARKET LEADER has the lowest price because as it is MTN controls more than 30 percent of the telecomms market
in nigeria.so why would you now compare that with Etisalat that just came to the market with so many strategies in order to have a share in the market or ZAIN that isjust strugling to survive in the maket. i have realised that nigerians like cheap and or free things/services. Just like the case of HITV and DSTV.
|Politics / Re: Fashola Can Be President In 2015; I Don't See Him Getting There Under Acn by olamitunde(m): 9:42am On Jun 04, 2011|
@poster, how could you have of fashola decamping to pdp because of being the president? for your information , fashola is not
one of he desperate politicians you mentioned.
, and for those who have not seen what fashola is doing, i pray you will never see it. ameeeeeeeeeeeeen
|Family / Re: Wigwe (Beaten Ambassador's Wife): The Other Side Of The Story by olamitunde(m): 3:17am On Jun 01, 2011|
it's unfortunate that the FG could not also investigate the matter before the ambassador was recalled to nigeria.
i hope other men learn from this.
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