Fayose Assaults Buhari over Rivers Re-run

Representative Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state has depicted the Saturday, race re-keep running in River state as a miserable indication of the level of decimation effectively done to the nation's constituent procedure by the All Progressives Congress (APC) legislature of President Mohammadu Buhari.

Fayose said: "Free, reasonable and believable race is dead in the nation and that whatever triumph that is recorded by any political gathering in the Rivers State decision will be only triumph at firearm point."

Vanguard reports that the senator mourned that it was troubling that the legacy of free, reasonable and trustworthy decision left by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has been crushed under two years that the APC accepted power, saying: "We imagined that we have gone past this time of controlled constituent process after the 2015 general races, which conveyed the APC and President Buhari to control, however the Buhari's organization has taken us back to the stone age by consolidating his gathering, APC with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the police, military and other security offices."

Chibok Girls Analysis


A man stumbled into this.. It's really funny..

THE MIRACLE OF CHIBOK

Analysis Number 1.
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Girl's Age = 15

Nigeria's educational system = 6 3 3 4

Date of abduction = 2014 (2 years ago)

Age at abduction = 15 - 2 = 13

Girl's class at abduction = SS3 (©Chibok girls taking SSCE physics)

So, a 13 year old girl who cannot speak English was taking physics at Chibok secondary school mbok?

6yrs primary school + 6yrs Secondary school = 12 years. This implies our miracle Chibok babe entered primary school at age 1, yet can't speak English! If this lack of knowledge of English made her repeat any class in this trajectory of divine educational trajectory, that means the bigger miracle that she started school in the womb!

I love the way APC and Buhari are insulting the intelligence of Nigerians in 'wetin una go do' style. Una never see something!



Analysis Number 2
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So Amina Ali was Abducted 2 years ago at the age of 15 bearing one name, now she has returned at 19 with a 15 month old baby
bearing two different names? God forgive my
curiosity!

Is 15+2 no longer 17?

15 months + 9 months = 24 months ( Two years) and these girls were kidnapped in April, 2014 and we are in May 2016.

Does it mean Amina was pregnant before her abduction?

If YES, was she seeing the Boko Haram man they are referring to as her husband before her abduction?

Nigeria is the real Game of thrones!.... ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜‚
Chibok Girls Analysis

Chibok Girls Analysis

A man stumbled into this.. It's really funny..

THE MIRACLE OF CHIBOK

Analysis Number 1.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Girl's Age = 15

Nigeria's educational system = 6 3 3 4

Date of abduction = 2014 (2 years ago)

Age at abduction = 15 - 2 = 13

Girl's class at abduction = SS3 (©Chibok girls taking SSCE physics)

So, a 13 year old girl who cannot speak English was taking physics at Chibok secondary school mbok?

6yrs primary school + 6yrs Secondary school = 12 years. This implies our miracle Chibok babe entered primary school at age 1, yet can't speak English! If this lack of knowledge of English made her repeat any class in this trajectory of divine educational trajectory, that means the bigger miracle that she started school in the womb!

I love the way APC and Buhari are insulting the intelligence of Nigerians in 'wetin una go do' style. Una never see something!



Analysis Number 2
~~~~~~~~~~~~~

So Amina Ali was Abducted 2 years ago at the age of 15 bearing one name, now she has returned at 19 with a 15 month old baby
bearing two different names? God forgive my
curiosity!

Is 15+2 no longer 17?

15 months + 9 months = 24 months ( Two years) and these girls were kidnapped in April, 2014 and we are in May 2016.

Does it mean Amina was pregnant before her abduction?

If YES, was she seeing the Boko Haram man they are referring to as her husband before her abduction?

Nigeria is the real Game of thrones!.... ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜‚

Fuel Subsidy Removal

The federal government of Nigeria has removed subsidy on fuel and it will now start to sell for N145 per litre.
This removal was made on Wednesday, May 11.
Until the removal, the official price of petrol was N87 per litre although consumers have been paying as much as N200 for fuel due to scarcity.
Ibe Kachikwu and President Muhammadu Buhari
The removal in fuel subsidy has been a lingering issue since President Muhammadu Buhari took over power.
The minister of state for petroleum product, Dr Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu had said that the citizens were not benefitting from the subsidy which made it necessary to be removed.
An official in the petroleum industry had earlier said the federal government would deregulate the downstream sector of the Nigerian petroleum industry so as to put an end to scarcity.
The petroleum minister in a statement said the decision was taken based on the current challenges and that Nigerians have been paying exorbitant prices for fuel.
We have just finished a meeting of various stakeholders presided over by His Excellency, the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
The meeting had in attendance the Leadership of the Senate, House of Representatives, Governors Forum, and Labour Unions (NLC, TUC, NUPENG, and PENGASSAN).
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The meeting reviewed:
“The current fuel scarcity and supply difficulties in the country.
“The exorbitant prices being paid by Nigerians for the product. These prices range on the average from N150 to N250 per litre currently.
“The meeting also noted that the main reason for the current problem is the inability of importers of petroleum products to source foreign exchange at the official rate due to the massive decline of foreign exchange earnings of the federal government. As a result, private marketers have been unable to meet their approximate 50% portion of total national supply of PMS.
Following a detailed presentation by the Honorable Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, it has now become obvious that the only option and course of action now open to the government is to take the following decisions:
“In order to increase and stabilise the supply of the product, any Nigerian entity is now free to import the product, subject to existing quality specifications and other guidelines issued by Regulatory Agencies.
” All Oil Marketers will be allowed to import PMS on the basis of FOREX procured from secondary sources and accordingly PPPRA template will reflect this in the pricing of the product.
“Pursuant to this, PPPRA has informed me that it will be announcing a new price band effective today, 11th May, 2016 and that the new price for PMS will not be above N145 per litre.
“We expect that this new policy will lead to improved supply and competition and eventually drive down pump prices, as we have experienced with diesel. In addition, this will also lead to increased product availability and encourage investments in refineries and other parts of the downstream sector. It will also prevent diversion of petroleum products and set a stable environment for the downstream sector in Nigeria.
“We share the pains of Nigerians but, as we have constantly said, the inherited difficulties of the past and the challenges of the current times imply that we must take difficult decisions on these sorts of critical national issues. Along with this decision, the federal government has in the 2016 budget made an unprecedented social protection provision to cushion the current challenges.
“We believe in the long term, that improved supply and competition will drive down prices.
“The DPR and PPPRA have been mandated to ensure strict regulatory compliance including dealing decisively with anyone involved in hoarding petroleum products.”
The vice president, Professor Yemi Osinbajo hinted earlier on Wednesday that Nigeria had reached a point where tough decisions had to be taken.
He said: “No matter how we slice it, we are in economic times that are challenging, but they provide us with some of the best opportunities for making a real difference in our economic life.
“I think that we are at a point that a lot has been said about subsidies and what to do with subsidies. I think we are at a point where we must make many difficult decisions and make very tough choices.
“But I think the Nigerian people are prepared for all what is required and all it would take to make a real difference. “In no way can a country make the kind of progress we expect it to make without being able to ensure that in public life our finance system is transparent and would ensure that there is accountability.”

NS Ben – “Karambani (Remix)” ft. Morell & Jaywon

After a brief hiatus, XODUS Music Factory signee and emerging pop sensation – NS BEN marks his return with the remix to his 2015 hit single – Karambani.
Produced by T-YANX and mixed by ONE PLUS, Karambani Remix goes further to prove NS Ben as one to watch out for in the very near future in the Nigerian music industry and Africa at large. The featured artistes – Morell and Jaywon also brought their A-game to then party in solidifying what is already a jam!

Listen, download and share “Karambani Remix”.

North Korea Warns US to stop 'hooliganism with immediate effect or die a dog's death'

North Korea on Friday accused US soldiers of trying to provoke its frontline troops with "disgusting" acts and encouraging South Korean soldiers to aim their guns at the North.
A North Korean military statement warned US soldiers to stop what it called "hooliganism" at the inter-Korean border village of Panmunjom or they'll meet a "dog's death any time and any place."
"GIs hurled fully armed MPs of the South Korean puppet army into perpetrating such dangerous provocations as aiming at" the North Korean military side last week, said the statement carried by Pyongyang's official Korean Central News Agency.
It said US troops pointed their fingers at North Korean soldiers and made strange noises and unspecified "disgusting" facial expressions.