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Scary & Creepy: See How Little Children Posed with Snakes, Other Animals During Xmas in Edo (Photos)

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Some children in a local community somewhere in Benin, the Edo state capital, have been pictured playing around with snakes and killed bush animals.


Children with the killed snakes
 
A Facebook user identfied as Ewela Cletus, has shared some disturbing photos on his timeline which has generated some mixed reactions on social media.
 
In the photos making rounds online, some children were seen playing with dead snakes and bush meat after being caught by a hunter during Christmas period in Auchi, Edo state. 




Breaking News: Nigerian Senate Confirms Anthony Mkpe as Auditor-General Amid Petitions...See Details

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Despite petitions standing in his way, the nomination of the Auditor-General of the Federation, has scaled through.

The Nigerian senate
 
The Nigerian Senate on Wednesday confirmed the nomination of Mr. Ayine Anthony Mkpe as the Auditor-General of the Federation.
 
This was even as the Senate confirmed the receipt of petitions against the nominee with some Senators also standing on his way of confirmation.
 
The Senate had at its plenary session on Wednesday, 14th December, 2016 considered the request of President Muhammadu Buhari for the confirmation of the appointment of Mr. Ayine Anthony Mkpe to take over the office of the Auditor-General of the Federation.
 
Consequently, the Senate, after careful deliberations referred the request to the Public Accounts Committee, for further legislative action.
 
Presenting the report of the committee at the Wednesday’s plenary, the Chairman, Senator Andy Uba said, “The committee examined his educational qualifications, career progression, experience, character, Federal Character principles, understanding of the functions of the Office of the Auditor-General for the Federation, etc”.
 
Details shortly…


Suspected Goat Thieves Beaten and Paraded at Ilashe, Ogun (Photo)

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Two men accused of stealing domestic animals in the South-western part of Nigeria have been administered the bitter pill of jungle justice.
 
The accused being paraded on the street
 
These alleged two thieves were caught in Ilashe, Ogun State while trying to escape to Benin with the items they stole including two goats.
 
They were paraded in public and beaten mercilessly as they pleaded for mercy in the hands of an irate mob.
 
An emergency meeting of elders was convened to deliberate on their crime.


My Embarrassing Removal as Senate Leader Shocking - Ndume Explodes

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Senotor Ali Ndume is not a happy man following the shocking and embarrassing manner he was removed as Senate majority leader.

Senator Ali Ndume
 
Former Majority Leader of the Senate, Sen. Ali Ndume is still in shock over his sudden and embarrassing removal from his position in the Senate. He revealed that he had attempted to resign three times for the sake of unity among the lawmakers but was stopped.
 
He said this during plenary on Wednesday as he raised a point of order decrying the unfairness for which he was treated. He said the house never gave him the opportunity of a fair hearing before taking its decision.
 
He said members of the caucus should have made it known to him why they lost confidence in his leadership.
 
Ndume, however, thanked APC lawmakers for giving him the opportunity to lead them, while congratulating his successor, Senator Ahmed Lawan, on his appointment.


Nnamdi Kanu will be Freed in 2017, God is Angry with Buhari - Enugu Prophet Releases 2017 Prophesies

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Popular Enugu-based prophet, has released his 2017 prophesies where he predicted that prominent pro-Biafra activist would be freed before the end of 2017.

Prophet Nwoko
 
While speaking with journalists in Enugu, a popular prophet, Anthony Nwoko, who released his 2017 prophesies, has predicted that all the detained pro-Biafra activists would be freed before the end of 2017.
 
 The influential cleric who urged pro-Biafra activist, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu to be patient as his freedom was close, added that President Buhari would not die in 2017 but that God was angry with him.
 
He said; “This is a return of the Igbo glory; God will lift the Igbo nation; It is a year all the detained pro-Biafra agitators will be released.

“Enugu will be the City to watch as God’s glory will rise from there and extend to all other States in Igboland.

“I will lead the spiritual cleansing because there is hatred on Ndigbo, jealousy because of their glory. The wicked have planted evil in Igbo land but this is the time to uproot it.

“The enemies have done so much to make sure that Nbdigbo do not progress, that they will hate themselves.

“I prophesy that this is a year of liberation; a year of Biafra struggle; let Igbos wake up. The spirit is appealing to Nnamdi Kanu and others suffering in detention to be patient. God will bring all of them out this year.

“Ndigbo should take up former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s advice seriously. They should heed his advice and start developing this place. The world is waiting for Ndigbo.”
 
On President Buhari, he said: “Buhari cannot change Nigeria. Let my people go and there will be peace in Nigeria. Buhari will not die; he will live to see the glory of God in Igbo land; those saying Buhari will die are not speaking the mind of God.

“There is a lot of killing of innocent people in Igbo land. God is not happy with Buhari at all; God is not happy with the government of APC. Let Buhari pray and dream of what God thinks about Nigeria and what He expects him to do. You cannot fight God and expect to have peace.”


See How Big Girl was Disgraced for Stealing Clothes at a Supermarket (Photo+Video)

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A woman who came to a supermarket to steal has been disgraced after she was caught stealing.

The female thief after she was arrested
 
A lady has been disgraced after she was caught stealing at a shop. The woman was forced to bring out all that she stole from her body. 
 
The woman was caught after a metal detector at the door sounded the alarm, she had to shed her loot – pound by pound!
 
According to Daily Sun ZA, the video of the incident has become a hot topic on social media. The thief was forced to remove goods hidden under her clothes one by one – from panties to baby clothes! Some are removed from her panties and bra while shoppers watch in shock.

“It looks like she stole the goods to sell them. This woman is brave,” said one of the shoppers.
 
Shop employees said they suspected the woman packed the goods into a basket and went into the fitting room to stash them under her clothes.
 
“She wasn’t so big after removing her goods and was back to her normal size,” they said.
 
She was handed over to the police for prosecution.
 


Horror! Bird Flu Spreads to 26 States, 3.5 Million Birds Now Affected - FG Makes Stunning Revelation

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The horrible and highly dreaded virus, bird flu, has infiltrated Nigerian again and is spreading really fast through states.

 
The Federal Government has revealed that a new strain of Avian Influenza virus, popularly known as bird flu, has entered Nigeria and spread to 26 states and the Federal Capital Territory, with over 3.5 million birds affected, The Punch reports.
 
According to the government, in a bid to prevent the entry of the disease into their respective countries, Nigeria’s neighbours have proposed a ban on poultry and poultry products from Nigeria.
 
The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Chief Audu Ogbeh, disclosed this in Abuja for Tuesday at a consultative meeting with commissioners for agriculture/livestock, states directors of veterinary services and major stakeholders in the poultry industry.
 
Ogbeh explained that the first outbreak of bird flu in Nigeria was reported in 2006 and spanned through 2008, but was controlled and eradicated through concerted efforts facilitated by the availability of resources from a World Bank-sponsored project and support from the country’s development partners.
 
The minister said, “Almost a decade later, precisely in December 2014, the disease reoccurred in a commercial poultry farm and a live bird market in Kano and Lagos states, respectively. The current status of the disease in the country is quite alarming; it has now affected 26 states and the FCT, with over 3.5 million birds culled so far.

“Recently, a new strain of the bird flu virus (H5N8) was reported in Kano. The new strain is believed to be very pathogenic and more devastating to poultry species and, therefore, it may further add to the burden of the H5N1 strain that is currently circulating in the country.

“The disease is transboundary in nature and also trade-limiting; some of our neighbouring countries have proposed to ban poultry and poultry products from Nigeria. This may undesirably lead to an egg glut in the country.”
 
Ogbeh stated that there were already huge and unacceptable losses in the poultry industry and the nation as a whole, and urged the agriculture commissioners of the various states to retrace their steps in order to provide safe food for Nigerians as well as ensure national self-sufficiency in food production.
 
He noted that aside from paucity of funds, other challenges that led to the outbreak of the disease included lack of compliance with on-farm quarantine measures and movement restriction; violation of biosafety measures leading to rapid spread of the disease; and clustering of poultry farmers with limited adherence to hygienic measures.
 
Others, according to the minister, are reluctance of poultry farmers to register with the state directors of veterinary services for easy monitoring and regulation; and unregulated activities of egg and manure merchants.
 
To help address the challenges, Ogbeh said the Federal Government had provided disease containment materials, reviewed the national emergency preparedness plan on Avian Influenza, enhanced the laboratory diagnostics capacity at the National Veterinary Research Institute in Plateau State, and created awareness and advocacy on the disease.
 
He stated that other measures put in place to address the situation were the allocation of quality grains to the Poultry Farmers Association to support its members across the country, and the payment of N707.67m to 276 farmers as compensation.
 
“The Federal Government is determined to continue to work with state governments, PAN and other stakeholders in the poultry industry to come up with sustainable measures to prevent, control and eradicate this disease from our country within the shortest time possible. This is the major reason for our meeting here today,” Ogbeh said.
 
Participants at the meeting urged the Federal Government to complete the payment of compensation to farmers who lost millions of naira as a result of the previous outbreak of bird flu in Nigeria.
 
This, they said, would encourage the farmers to make public any further development of bird flu in their respective areas before the disease would spread to other locations.
 
Responding, Ogbeh said, “We acknowledge our inability to act promptly in the past to be ahead of the disease and to complete payment of compensation to affected farmers. This was due to constraint of funds as a result of the prevailing economic downturn.”

“But I want to assure you that we are looking for money and we will pay the compensation.”


Heartbreaking! Fire Kills Family of Five in Kebbi State (Photo)

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Tragic news spreading on social media reveals a family of 5 gruesomely became history after being caught in a fierce inferno caused by the electricity company in the north.
 
Sarafa Lasisi and his family
 
Sarafa Lasisi and his entire family – beautiful wife and three children - died in a drastic fire incident yesterday in Koko, Kebbi state.
 
A brother to the deceased shared the story online with pictures of the deceased before the fatal event. According to a source who spoke to Tori News, Mr Lasisi - the head of the family was killed by a power surge.
 
He had printing workshop where he was actively engaged when there was a high current from the power company. This triggered an electrical fault in the massive printing machine and there was an explosion in the workshop which was attached to his house.
 


 
A wild fire emanated from the accident and ravaged his entire house. His family wasn't lucky enough to escape the fire outbreak including the man who was burnt to ashes alongside his family members.
 
"I have never seen such an accident in my life. The corpses of the family was actually unrecognizable" the source revealed to a Tori New correspondent via telephone. The house of the victim has become a beehive of activities as the good people of Koko town pay sympathy visits to the gory scene of the mishap while others troop in to sight-see.
 
The residents of Koko also lamented on the widespread damage of household appliances by the power surge.


Buhari's Aide, Femi Adesina Endorsed MMM? Presidency Talks on Ponzi Scheme

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The Special Adviser to President Buhari on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has addressed online speculations that he endorsed ponzi scheme, MMM to Nigerians.


Femi Adesina & his boss, Buhari
 
President Muhammadu Buhari's Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has dismissed insinuations and reports in certain quarters of the media saying that he endorsed popular ponzi scheme, Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox, MMM.
 
 
Taking to his official Twitter account, the presidential aide wrote; "A statement endorsing MMM is being credited to me on digital media. It is false. Please ignore it. Impostors and identity thieves at work."
 
 
It can be recalled that the popular money doubling scheme had announced a ‘freeze’ on accounts of users in December 2016,  with a promise to return on January 14, 2017. 
 
Ahead of its anticipated resumption, MMM, announced some of its comeback plan which includes, the introduced of Bitcoin as part of its payment mode.


Gambia: President Yahya Jammeh Takes Major Step to Concede to Adama Barrow...See Details

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The President of Gambia may have finally come to his senses as he is now looking for a way to reconcile with the President-elect.

President Yahya Jammeh
 
Gambia’s outgoing President Yahya Jammeh on Wednesday appointed a mediator to facilitate meetings between himself and president-elect Adama Barrow, News Agency of Nigeria reports.
 
Jammeh who is in the middle of a heated controversy for his refusal to accept the Dec. 1 presidential polls, which saw him, lose power after over two decades of being in power, is now looking for a peaceful way to reconcile with Barrow.
 
West African bloc, Economic Community of West African States has been heaping pressure on Jammeh to do the obvious and respect the constitution of his country or face military action, although top mediators from ECOWAS have agreed to use peaceful means to convince him before the due date of the new president's inauguration.
 
Barrow, a former real estate agent, who was little known before he announced his candidacy, is scheduled to take office on Jan. 19.
 
The ruling party’s secretary general will mediate between Jammeh’s supporters and the opposition to “resolve any mistrust and issues,’’ Jammeh said in a televised address to the nation early Wednesday.
 
He refuses to accept the election result because it was “full of arithmetic errors and anomalies, it also could not be credibly explained,’’ the outgoing president added.
 
Jammeh ordered the justice minister and national assembly to draft a general amnesty bill, while issuing an executive order not to arrest or prosecute citizens for “acts or omissions’’ committed during the pre and post electoral period, between Nov. 1 and Jan. 31.
 
The announcement comes a day after the Supreme Court postponed hearing a court petition filed by Jammeh to challenge the election results. The case was adjourned to Monday, since only one of a required minimum of five judges was present, the court’s registrar said.
 
Several West African heads of state meanwhile postponed a meeting with Jammeh aimed at helping to resolve the political crisis from Wednesday to Friday.