Spotted this on facebook and i think it's so funny...Lmao. where would your clock be and what will it be doing? I don laugh tire ooo.lol
Thursday, 26 November 2015
The Senate yesterday set machinery in motion to investigate the alleged failed N2.4billion project, which was said to have been awarded by Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) in Delta State in 2009.
Following a petition to this effect which the upper legislative chamber received, it yesterday directed its committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions, to investigate the project, which is a 2.3km Agbarho township road project in Delta State.
We're deep into the territory of Adele fever now; the world's fallen at the singer's feet upon the release of her album, 25.
A new map on Digital Spy illustrates exactly what a global success the album has become, with it currently sitting at #1 on the iTunes charts of 110 countries. For context, iTunes is available in 119 countries; the only places Adele's album isn't a chart-topper on the service include Kyrgyzstan, Niger, Anguilla, and Burkina-Faso.
Northern Lawmakers kicks against birth control, says it is anti-Islam and a direct attack on their religious beliefs
A member of the lower chamber of the National Assembly, Babatunde Gabriel Kolawole on Tuesday, November 24, moved for the motion titled "Need for the federal government to curb population explosion in Nigeria." Kolawole in his arguement urged the Federal Government to come up with a policy to check the alarming rate of population growth and to educate Nigerians on the importance of family planning through the National Orientation Agency (NOA).
History was made in China on November 20, as the county's first womb transplant was carried out successfully on a 22-year-old woman with a uterus donated by her mother. According to a statement by the Xijing Hospital which is affiliated to the Fourth Military Medical University, the transplanted organ had been accepted by the recipient and she was recovering well after the successful surgery.
Banking giant Barclays has been fined £72 million by the City watchdog for failing to handle potential financial crime risks relating to a £1.88 billion transaction for ultra high-net-worth clients.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said the clients were "politically exposed persons" and should have been subject to extra checks and monitoring.
The FCA found Barclays used a lower level of due diligence and did not follow standard policies, and accused the bank of seeking to take on the clients as quickly as possible to make £52.3 million in revenues and of keeping the deal confidential.
Buhari to visit Lagos Nov. 27 for the commissioning of 3 helicopters purchased by LASG for security mgt
President Buhari will on Friday November 27th visit Lagos state for the formal commissioning of three helicopters, patrol vehicles, power bikes and other security gadgets acquired by Governor Ambode-led administration to beef up security in the state through the Rapid Response Squad.
In a press release issued by the State's Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Steve Ayorinde, President Buhari will be the special guest of honour at the ceremony which will hold at the Lagos House, Alausa in Ikeja.
Wednesday, 25 November 2015
An angry husband stormed a church service demanding his Sh200,000 loan that his wife gave as tithe for prayers against demons in a local church last Sunday.Mr. Geoffrey Odhiambo said his wife took the money, for which a bank used his car as collateral, and gave it to the church, without his consent.According to the wife,she gave the money as “tithe for prayers as there were evil spirits and devils in her house”.
Lagos State Governor’s Monitoring Team arrests vehicles for violating traffic rules and other related offences, on Wednesday, November 25. This was sent as a press statement, hopefully, one day they will send us photos of them arresting those hoodlums who rob people in traffic.
Peoples Daily gathered that the group of rustlers was arrested around Zungeru in Wushishi local government area of the state when they were intercepted on Monday by the army where they recovered the cattle from them.