Sunday, July 24, 2016

BOMBSHELL!! Pres. Buhari opens up on why Babangida & His Boys took over his government

President Muhammadu Buhari has finally opened up on the 1985 coup, saying he was removed from office 31 years ago because he was planning to purge the military hierarchy of corruption.

Buhari, who has not spared the military even in his ongoing anti-corruption war, said senior military leaders, led by former dictator General Ibrahim Babangida and General Aliyu Gusau, removed him in August 1985, to save themselves from his total war against corruption powerful men.

In an exclusive interview in the current edition of The Interview Magazine, Buhari challenged Messrs Babangida and Gusau to tell the truth on why they carried out the coup against him.

“I learnt,” he said, “that Aliyu Gusau, who was in charge of intelligence, took import licence from the ministry of commerce which was in charge of supplies and gave it to Alhaji Mai Deribe.

“It was worth N100,000, a lot of money at that time. I confronted them and took the case to the Army council in a memo...I wanted Gusau punished.”

In a statement on their site, the Managing Director/Editor-in-chief of The Interview, Azu Ishiekwene, said, “This is one edition that won’t let sleeping dogs lie.”

Babangida had told The Interview in its December edition that there was nothing in the memo which Buhari said he submitted to the Army council.

“Don’t forget that I was one of Buhari’s closest aides. I was the chief of army staff. So, I had an important position, an important role to play within that administration. I don’t think it had to do with a memo,” Mr. Babangida said.

But in a daring manner, President Buhari challenged Messrs Babangida and Gusau to come clean on why they removed him, asking The Interview to choose whose story to believe.

SAD NEWS: This pretty Lady lost her life just a day to her 25th Birthday

The Officials says that this beautiful news anchor fell about 160 feet to her death after being swept over the top of a waterfall in Transylvania County.

Multiple sources confirmed that 24-year-old Taylor Terrell fell on Thursday from Rainbow Falls. She would have turned 25 on Friday. What a sad end!

U.S. Forest Service spokeswoman Cathy Dowd says she was wading in a creek at the top of Rainbow Falls when she lost her footing on rocks covered in algae. The swift current swept her over the Falls.

Taylor Terrell, a CBS affiliate WMAZ reports, was an avid hiker and had taken Friday off from work.

She was an anchor at WMGT in Macon, Georgia, where colleagues say she started in August 2013 as a reporter before being promoted to anchor.

News director Brandon Long said in a statement: "Taylor was a hard worker with a bright smile. She rose through the ranks from intern to reporter, to weekend anchor, to morning anchor and was eager to prepare for her next chapter. This is a devastating loss for us here at 41NBC and most definitely for her family."

Her death marked the first fatality at Rainbow Falls in 2016, according to local officials. In the past 10 years, there have been seven deaths in the Pisgah National Ranger District.
Source: CBS News

AMAZING!!! Barack Obama's brother says he'll vote for Donald Trump

President Obama's half brother, Malik Obama told the NY Post that he's disappointed in Barack's administration and that he'll be casting his vote for Donald Trump in the November presidential elections in the US. Malik Obama, who was a longtime Democrat, says he won't vote for Hillary Clinton for several reasons which include her email scandal, Beghazi incident, same sex marriage and the killing of former Libyan dictator, Muammar Gaddafi.

Malik blames Hillary Clinton and his brother, Barack Obama, for killing the Libyan dictator, whom he said was his close friend.

He said, in regards to the email scandal, Clinton should have known better than to use her personal email for classified material, adding that he feels like he's more Republican now because he doesn't support same sex marriage.

Malik Obama currently lives in Kenya but says he used to live and work as an accountant in Maryland, and says he's still registered to vote there.

Graphic photo: This Woman kills her two children in Guinea Bissau

The woman pictured above and identified as Mariam Djelo Diallo of Conakry in Guinea Bissau, slit her two children's throat at her home in Bissau Plak1 District last night. The police is yet to unravel the reason behind her action. Preliminary investigations by the police say she is mentally unstable. Photo of the dead children below *viewers discretion advised*

We went to the church to teach them a bitter lesson because members were disturbing us with music during Juma'at prayer - Suspect says

18 year old Abba Usman who has been arrested by the police for allegedly participating in the July 15th attack by some Muslim youths on St. Philips  Catholic Church in Suleja, Niger State, says himself and his group attacked the church because the church members were playing their music so loud which was disturbing them as they were holding their Juma'at service at about the same time.

 Usman who is from Manumfachi in Katsina State and has no fixed address, said they attacked the church for having the effrontery to disturb the peace of the mosque while prayers were going on.

    “We went to the church to teach them a bitter lesson so that they will never disturb the peace of the mosque again, especially on a Friday when we are having a prayer. They have the whole of Sunday to themselves and we have never disturbed them from doing their own programmes. “We all entered the church and vandalised some of their property, while we took some of their musical instruments and other valuables. I went for two of the microphones with the aim of selling them, but I was not lucky as I was caught with them” he said while being paraded in Niger state.


Jealous female student at UNIBEN poisons her crush & his girlfriend to Death [photos]

A jealous female student at the University of Benin has allegedly poisoned to death her crush's girlfriend and the crush himself.

Read snapshots from the bearer of the sad news below:


Mob parades 3 men for stealing a bike in Agbor, Delta State [Photo]

See the punishment a mob served alleged motorcycle thieves in Agbor Delta state last Wednesday, July 20th.

The three men were made to walk around with the stolen bike naked in a bid to shame them.

''If I've been using occultic power, my congregation will not increase'' - Prophet TB Joshua

Prophet TB Joshua, the Supreme pastor of The Synagogue Church of All Nations reveals what many do not know about his background in this interview with TheNEWS:

  • Many people are confused and they keep asking the question, what is the source of your power? There are critics who keep saying you use demonic or occult power, while others think otherwise.

The source of my power? It is written that by their fruits, you shall know them. If I open my mouth and say this is the source of my power, it would seem I am arrogant or boasting.

Rather, I should boast about what God is doing in my life. It is by this kind of trial that you know the true minister of God.

  • Please explain

In the Act of Apostles, the early Christian preachers were being disturbed by the Pharisees, Sadducees and the High Priests in the Synagogue and the Temple in Jerusalem.

But among the elderly religious Jews was a man called Gamaliel, a doctor of the law. He quoted the example of Theudas who boasted to be somebody and who attracted over 400 men. He was slain and his followers scattered.

Gamaliele cited example of Judas of Galilee (not Iscariot) who rose in the days of the taxing. He attracted many people, but he perished while his adherents were dispersed. Those were in the days when Israel was under Roman colonialism.

Gamaliel, therefore warned the Jewish, elders. “Refrain from these men (Christian preachers) and let them alone. For if this counsel or this work is of men, it will come to nought. But if it be of God, ye cannot overthrow it, yet, haply ye be found to be even to fight against God” (Acts 5:38-39, King James Version).

So, if I am not of God, I will not survive this trial. But if I am of God, this trial will not destroy me. Trial is the soil in which faith flourishes. God sees his own people through trial.

  • Let me ask once again, what is the source of your power, the secret?

I said God. Jesus comes to give abundant life, while satan comes to kill and to destroy.
Are you saying that I use demonic powers to deceive all these foreigners you see around Synagogue here? Right now I am talking to you, there are over 400 foreigners from 10 different countries here. Are these people being deceived, destroyed or killed (as my detractors alleged)? If I have been using occultic power, the congregation here will not increase. If my mission here is not of God, it won’t stand just as Gamaliel said.
When people have their problems solved or they have salvation, they tell others.

  • There was one Pastor Solomon who made some serious allegation against you. That you were born a Moslem, that your name was Fatai. That you learnt occultism in Kaduna from a Moslem palmist. Pastor Solomon even added that you consult snakes and even wanted to assassinate a woman journalist who wrote a story about you…

This pastor Solomon you named was just a member of the church. So I will not bandy words with him or give dignity to his tissue of lies. “Iro ni gbogbom kini yen o Olorun fori jin won o (these are all lies, God will forgive them)”. I have never done all these things.
I was born a Christian, my parents were Christians. The only connection I had with Muslims was that I attended Ansar-Ud-Deen school, Ikare. I attended 10 different secondary schools under one year.

  • Why?

I don’t want to go into that. But I thank God.

  • We read somewhere that you studied mysticism in India…

I have never visited India. It is a lie.

  • What about the Kaduna Mallam or palmist that allegedly thought you magic?

If somebody taught you how to do something, will you be greater than he is? Tell me, somebody taught you how to write, can you beat that teacher? Can you beat that teacher? Can you beat your editor-in-chief in writing? Where then is the Mallam?

  • If you maintain that you neither lived in Kaduna nor was trained by palmist, let us know your background.

I was born 12 June 1963 at Arigidi, Ikare-Akoko, at Akoko North Local Government Area of Ondo state.

My father was Pa Kolawole Balogun from Imo quarters and my mother, Madam Folarin Aisha Adesiji Balogun of Oosin quarters of Agbaluku in the city.

Like the John Baptist, whose father went dumb when an Angel predicted his birth or Samuel whose coming was predicted , were there some signs that heralded your birth?

That is a very good question. Over 100 years back, there was one Balogun Okoorun, a farmer, hunter and warrior who was from Oosin Quarters of Agbaluku, at Arigidi Akoko. The man had prophetic powers.

  • What were his prophesies which were fulfilled?

He predicted that a section of my town would move from their original place to Imo in the north of Arigidi. That was fulfilled in 1952.

The second prophesy was about my humble self. He said that a young man would emerge from Oosin quarters, who would be powerful, famous and would have a multitude of followers, as well as that his life and works would explain that the human grace is one, notwithstanding different religions, culture and skin pigmentation.

  • Tell us more about Arigidi…

It is one of the biggest towns at Akokoland in Ondo State and it has a population of over 70,000. The town has two nursery schools, 10 primary schools and three secondary schools. All these serve the different quarters of Agbaluku, Ayase, Ekiteji, Ilepa, Imo, Ita, Iyu, Oguo and Osin. The entire town is ruled by an oba called The Zaki of Arigidi.

  • So much about your town. You said your birth was predicted. Were there signs that you were the one?

My mother was pregnant in April 1962. After six months, the foetus did not seem to be moving. My mother was taken to a medical doctor and the baby kicked.

  • That was medical science and not mystery…

Wait now! The response was not permanent, because the child stopped kicking again. Seven, eight and nine months, there was no kicking. A strange man advised my mother to stop visiting medical doctors. The old man recommended prayers and that my mother should move to a different area entirely.

After the 14th month, my mother gave birth to me. The information was conveyed to my father in the farm, who became so happy that he threw away his hoe and cutlass, ran home and named me Temitope (my experience requires gratitude to God).

  • There have been cases of prolonged pregnancies. But was there anything in particular that was mysterious about your birth or childhood?

Let me narrate one story to you. On the eight day when people gathered for the naming ceremony of this new child, I was sleeping on a mat. Nearby, the Water Corporation contractors were blasting rocks to make way for their pipes. They were using this thing called dynamite. The site of the blasts is the present saint Luke’s Anglican Church, Arigidi.

As the blasts were going on, my mother carried me off the mat and placed me on her lap. No sooner did she do that than a big boulder pierced our roof and landed on the very mat that I slept. And would you doubt the mystery of that also?

  • Ok, when you were growing up did you display certain extraordinary qualities?

You see, I attended St. Stephens Anglican Primary school, Imo, Arigidi from 1971 to 1976. That time, I lived with an uncle of mine. In the secondary school, I taught my colleagues the Scriptures, although I did not have any Bible training. You can go and find out from one of my teachers, Mrs. Margaret Tolani Adejumo who would attest to my brilliance, ability to lead during school devotions and aura of power that surrounded me. At school, my mates called me “Small Prophet” because of my power to foretell.

  • How and when did your church start?

I used to bring children together for the word of God. In 1992, the church began because people who came to listen to the word of God were increasing in number.
Thus, the Synagogue Church of All Nations became a church for the rich, poor, the powerful, the powerless.

  • What do you charge for the different healings?

I am not the healer, but I know the healer. His name is Jesus Christ. If I collect money from you, then I am indirectly telling you that I am your healer. In Mathew chapter 10 verse 8, Jesus says: “freely you receive, freely you should give”.

  • Did you ever experience what is usually referred to as the baptism of the Holy Ghost?

What a question to ask a man of God of this stature?

I experienced the baptism of the Holy Ghost which changed my life completely. Apart from experiencing peace and joy, I was able to praise God in other languages. I also conducted a service that was characterized by the power of the Holy Spirit.

  • How come you were accused of using demonic powers?

When I was baptized in the Holy Spirit, I had power in my prayers. I do everything in the power of the Holy Spirit who is a Divine Person, Helper and Comforter.

  • All these criticism must be a big weight on you…

Whatever happens, I give myself to prayer. When people hate or criticize you in spite of all you do, remembers Christ’s rejection. If Jesus Christ, himself could be ill-treated and called names, (he was even accused of using the power of Belzebub, the King of the devils), who am I, a mere servant, to feel exceptional?

  • Many people still think that you are a mysterious person…

Nobody really knows you more than you know yourself. The belief of others about you does not really matter in life. Rather, it is what you believe about yourself.

  • So, how do you cope with attacks, misconceptions and criticisms?

Persecution is a tonic to my anointing. Jesus was slandered and falsely accused. But he believed in Himself, knowing that his accusers were ignorant and proud. He ignored them because he knew the truth. He stayed focused.

Photo: Nigerian man scarred with machete by members of the Black Axe in Palermo, Italy

Emmanuel, a 25 year-old Nigerian living in Palermo, Italy claims his face was scarred with a machete by members of the feared Nigerian clan, Black Axe.

Austin Ewosa,32,  the head of the Nigerian Black Axe in Italy, a criminal organisation born as a sort of student fraternity in the 1970s at the University of Benin City, was among the three Nigerians sentenced to prison on Friday, July 22.
His street name is John Bull and he was arrested in September 2014, in a local bar in BallarĂ². He was accused of assault, intimidation, criminal association, attempted murder and sentenced to 12 years in prison.

Prosecutors in the Sicilian capital of Palermo have revealed a new alliance between Italian mafia and Nigerian criminal gangs moving in from Libya.

"Even the Sicilian mafia has to deal with the wave of migration from Africa," said Leonardo Agueci, Palermo’s deputy chief prosecutor. "The neighbourhoods under mafia control have changed profoundly in recent years due to the growing presence of foreigners, especially Nigerians coming on boats. Among them, there are a small number] of people who want to transfer their illegal trafficking, linked to prostitution and drug dealing, to Sicily. And the mafia was quite happy to integrate them into their criminal business."

On the night of 27 January 2014, Ewosa and his thugs allegedly dragged a 27-year-old man called Don Emeka down Via del Bosco, not far from Piazza BallarĂ², where they brutally disfigured him with axe and machete blows. Emeka, like Emmanuel was one of dozens of Ewosa’s victims and was punished for not having submitted.

According to the prosecutors, some of the Black Axe members, including Ewosa, and also his victims, arrived in Sicily by boat. Most of them were temporarily hosted in the immigration camp at Caltanissetta, in the centre of the island.

Legal and well established Nigerians in Sicily are paying the price for this new criminal alliance between the gangs and the mafia.

"Many honest Nigerians live in Palermo," says Osas Egbon, 35, vice-president of Women of Benin City, an association that tries to take Nigerian prostitutes off the streets. "They work hard and live in fear. These families are victims on two fronts. They are victims of both Sicilian and Nigerian criminality."

Photo credit: Francesco Bellina. Additional report from The Guardian UK

ISIS fighters disguised as women captured while attempting to flee Manbij, Syria

Islamic State fighters disguised as women were reportedly caught by opposition forces while attempting to flee Manbij, Syria. The men, dressed in full black veils, attempted to blend in with civilians fleeing the northern city, after coalition forces issued an order to leave Manbij within two days.

Footage of the three men was published online by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) on Thursday, which consists of predominantly Kurdish fighter. The video shows the men sitting in front of the opposition fighters, with their faces still covered.

They are then shown walking with their face veils removed, and eventually stripping down to their underwear. One of the captured fighters said he was a sniper, according to Storyful news verification service, as cited by Middle East Eye.

The attempted escape came after the Manbij Military Council (MMC) – part of the SDF - gave IS fighters 48 hours to leave the strategic town with their “individual weapons” on Thursday, saying that was their last chance to leave alive.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

"Buhari is not a man of honour. He has no integrity & sense of fairness": You Will DISLIKE Buhari After Reading This Report About Him By Sahara Reporters

This article by  REMI OYEYEMI, published by Sahara Reporters is interesting; Read below;

For those who have followed my writings, it is not news to them that I have no iota of confidence in President Mohammadu Buhari either as a candidate or as President of Nigeria. It is not news that it has been difficult for me to believe that anything good could come out of Buhari’s Nazareth. My convictions are based on his trajectory on the political landscape of Nigeria. A trajectory of corruption, incompetence, deceit, nepotism and a genre of noxious tribalism are the contaminating clouds characterizing his contoured career.

But for someone like me, who is an avowed unbeliever in Buhari, it is nothing personal. It is all about the future of my children who despite having several opportunities for being Americans have fallen in love first of all with Ijeshaland, the Yoruba Nation, the unfortunate country called Nigeria and the continent Africa. That is the order of priority in which I have tried to educate them and they understand, or rather I did everything to make them understand, why it has to be that way.

So, because this is about the future of my children, I have prayed ceaselessly and hoped untiringly that President Buhari would disappoint me in his second coming. This is despite the fact that I did not think he would be able to rescue Nigeria. This is despite the fact that I know his second coming is a tragic mistake. This is despite the fact that I know that Buhari is a born –again corrupt military man turned politician dressed in the borrowed robe of integrity. This is despite the fact that I know that he does not believe in Nigeria.

But somehow, you just hope that you are wrong. You hope that the man could have been softened by age and experience. You just hope that at his age he would realize the futility of vanity and would seek to ingrain his name in immortality by doing the right thing and disappoint doubting Thomases like me. You hope that some of your friends and colleagues who bought into him hook, line and sinker would come around to wipe it in your face “we told you so.”

It would have been beautiful and worth it if I found myself in that position. It would not have mattered if President Buhari had disappointed me and performed very well. I would have appreciated it. I would have praised him. I would have been converted to one of his hailers. I would have been shameless about making a u-turn. All would have been worth it for the sake of the future of my children.

But rather than disappoint me, President Buhari further confirmed why I have been against him in the first instance. He cemented his reputation that made Nigerian electorate reject him three times as a congenital failure and incorrigibly untruthful. He continues to prove that he is not worthy of even the fake integrity with which he has been invested by the Asiwaju Bola Tinubu’s propaganda machine that ensured his election as Nigeria’s president.

Nigerians are wondering why Buhari has refused to act on the evidence based corruption charges against his Chief of Army Staff, General Tukur Yusuf Buratai. And with Sahara Reporters Expo on the current Interior Minister, Abdulrahman Dambazau, Nigerians are perplexed that President Buhari is still silent and not saying anything. But what do Nigerians expect from someone who told the world that General Sanni Abacha stole no money belonging to the country in spite of the overwhelming evidence to the contrary?

What makes Nigerians believe that if evidence did not matter in General Abacha’s case, why should it matter in General Buratai’s case? Why should evidence matter in General Dambazau’s case? Did Nigerians forget so soon how Buhari allowed retired Vice Admiral Murtala Nyako who stole the commonwealth of Adamawa State dry not to be detained? Are they surprised that the case has since receded into the background?

But for someone under whose nose $2,8 billion disappeared when he was Petroleum Minister in 1978, this ought not to be too strange. For someone who fails to account for the 100 Billion naira Petroleum Trust Fund that he presided over under the same Abacha, this should not be strange. For someone who led Nigerians in a lie that he did not have a house in Abuja when the contrary is true, why should this be news?

Did Buhari do anything on the Central Bank of Nigeria’s fraudulent employment practices that unfairly benefited his family members? Did he not keep silent with the hope that Nigerians would soon forget the monumental corruption? Did Buhari say anything about the murderous Fulani herdsmen rampaging across the south of the country? How could Nigerians forget so soon the trajectory of Buhari as someone inflicted by a dangerous version of tribalism? Have Nigerians forgotten what he did to Shehu Shagari and Alex Ekweme?

How can Nigeria not know by now that Buhari is a recidivous nepotist? Otherwise, how can a man who claims to fight a war against corruption fill his cabinet with corrupt elements and eat at the same table with born again crooks? Have Nigerians forgotten the Kwankwanzos, the Fasholas, the Amaechis, the Fayemis, the Dambazaus, the Dalongs of this world? How can Nigerians expect justice and fairness from Buhari with his history?

For those who still doubt if Buhari has nepotism flowing in his veins, the taste of the pudding is in the eating, according to Kay Gezzy who provided the information below for Nigerians to behold:

a) “Mamman Daura is President Buhari’s nephew. His father is the elder brother of Buhari.

b) Mamman Daura has a son. His name is Kabir Daura. He is President Buhari’s Personal Assistant.

c) Abba Kyari is the Chief of Staff to President Buhari. He also happens to be the foster child of Mamman Daura.

d) Hadi Sirika is the Federal Minister of Aviation. He is the son of Buhari’s elder sister.

e) Hadi Sirika has an elder sister – a niece of President Buhari. Her name is Amina Zakari. She was INEC acting Chairman last year.

f) Aisha Abubakar – Minister for Trade, Industry and Investment. Her mother is Buhari’s sister.”

In a country of 170 million people, this is what President Buhari is doing without let or hindrance. He has no qualms doing this because he could not see anything wrong. He could not just disappoint me.

Now, let us look at the Security appointments under the Buhari led APC government. According to the PUNCH newspaper the following are self evident:

Army – North
NSA – North
EFCC – North
Defence – North
Airforce – North
Police – North
SCDC – North
DSS – North
NIS – North
NIP – North
FRSC – North
Fire Service – North
NEMA – North
Customs – North
Defence Staff – North
NIA – South
Navy – South and

If by any chance, you consider the Ports Administration as important to Security of the country – North.

There is a lot of corruption going on under President Buhari. Buhari is the number one obstacle to the war on corruption. Buhari would never allow the war on corruption to succeed. The reason is that he is himself, eminently corrupt and dishonest. He has no integrity. This is why he has no qualms distancing himself from the promises he made during the electioneering campaign.

Buhari is not a man of honour. He has no sense of fairness. This has been evident from his trajectory. It was why I never supported him. It was why I was hoping that he would disappoint me. But as usual, he failed again. He could not even try to disappoint me.

Please, Buhari, if only for the sake of the future of my children, disappoint me and perform. Please.

Checkout The Amazing Facial Surgery Transformation Of This Young Lady [Photos]

A woman born with a rare condition which stopped her jawbones growing properly has had her life transformed by pioneering surgery.

Ellie Jones from Wales was born with the facial deformity condition meaning her teeth were not aligned. When the Rhyl woman went to have her braces fitted to straighten her teeth, aged 14, consultant orthodontist Joy Hickman realised her jaw had not grown since she was eight-years-old.

Over the next six years Miss Hickman worked with consultant maxillofacial surgeon Emma Woolley at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd to transform Ellie’s looks and her whole life’s outlook.

She underwent her first operation at the age of 16 and Ellie, who is now 20, said: “It was really painful, but had to be done to sort the problem. Continue...

“I was on a liquid diet for about a month, which was really hard, and I couldn’t talk properly – I had to use a notepad to communicate.

“After a while I was able to mumble a few words, and had a lisp for a while due to how swollen my mouth was.”

The surgery paid almost immediate dividends: “About six months after it was my Year 11 prom and it looked good.”

Her jaws were cut horizontally and vertically, then a year later she endured more corrective surgery on her chin, which was also misshapen: “I’d always felt like my chin was too small, so the second procedure, which was optional, made another big difference.

“I mostly just felt relieved – I finally felt like I could be myself.”

“I was shy but now I feel really confident. It has changed my whole life.”


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