The question why cats are not mentioned in the Bible is a funny question if you haven't thought of it before. Let's dive into this neglected question and see if we can come up with an answer. A Short History of Cats Historians believe ancient Egypt was the site of cat domestication, due to the clear depictions of house cats in Egyptian paintings about 3,600 years … [Read more...] about Why Aren’t Cats Mentioned In The Bible?
The British National Crime Agency is currently investigating Nigerian former petroleum minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke in a massive corruption case where she is said to have laundered more than £13 billion to the UK and other countries. This case that involves money laundering and bribery is currently ongoing in the United Kingdom. Read the full details in this exclusive … [Read more...] about How Diezani Alison-Madueke Laundered (£13 Billion) Nigerian Money
The Illuminati has been popularized in recent years all over the world by the media and entertainment industry. Many popular celebrities have been seen wearing The Illuminati symbols and some making the tattoos, while others are using it in their lyrics. Jay Z, Miley Cyrus, Rihanna, Kanye West, and Beyonce are all said to be members of The Illuminati. I was doing my regular … [Read more...] about See How to Join The Illuminati, The Scams, And The Conspiracy Theory
Traffickers smuggling migrants across the Mediterranean are more likely to lock Africans, including women and children, into packed boat holds than Syrians and others from the Middle East, an official who interviewed survivors said on Friday. Up to 900 people are feared to have drowned last weekend when their crowded vessel capsized as it headed to Europe from Libya, with many … [Read more...] about Traffickers treatment to African migrants is inhumane and horrific
The co-pilot of the Germanwings plane that crashed in the French Alps on Tuesday, killing 150 people, appears to have deliberately flown it into a mountain after locking the flight commander out of the cockpit. During the last eight minutes of the flight, the co-pilot “voluntarily” carried out actions that led to the destruction of the aircraft, Brice Robin, a French public … [Read more...] about French prosecutor: Co-pilot wanted to ‘destroy’ the plane
Two journalists working for Aljazeera Television who were found to have been loitering around areas where military operations are ongoing in the North East have been restrained in Maiduguri. The journalists, Ahmed Idris and Mustafa Andy who were noted to have been moving around various locations including restricted areas in Yobe and Borno State were also operating without any … [Read more...] about Two Loitering Aljazeera Journalist restrained by troops in Maiduguri
President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan is shocked, surprised and highly embarrassed by the controversy that has erupted over whether or not he had a telephone conversation with His Majesty, King Mohammed VI of Morocco. The regrettable furore that has developed over the matter is due entirely to misinformation as President Jonathan has neither spoken with King Mohammed or told … [Read more...] about President Jonathan orders full investigation into cause of diplomatic row with Morocco
The Forensic audit conducted by the audit firm of PriceWaterHouseCoopers on behalf of the Federal Government on the operations of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation [NNPC] has indicted the management of the national oil company for various questionable transactions. Part of the recommendations include that the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company, NPDC, the upstream … [Read more...] about forensic audit indict NNPC, Corporation to refund $1.48bn to federation account
The All Progressives Party (APC) has accused the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) of being the brains behind the attacks on President Goodluck Jonathan in Katsina and Bauchi, using it as part of its plan to force a postponement of next month's general elections in Nigeria. This was made known in a statement issued in Lagos on Sunday by its National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji … [Read more...] about Attacks on Jonathan were sponsored by the PDP – Alhaji Lai Mohamammed.
For those with their original Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs), it is now another means of making money in some states of the federation. The latest mode of making some cool cash with your Voter's card, is to lease it out to some certain individuals and then get it back after some details on it has been extracted. The price per card is just N20,000. This is happening barely six … [Read more...] about PVCs now goes for N20,000 in some states of the federation
According to Anthony Anabogu, an Activist who claimed knowledge of the visit, President Goodluck Jonathan's private visit to UK last night was in fact to see convicted former Delta State Governor, James Ibori. See his reports and comment below! President Goodluck Jonathan visits convicted former Delta State Governor James Onanofe Ibori in Prison in the United Kingdom. James … [Read more...] about President Goodluck Jonathan visits James Ibori in UK Prison
The Jonathan administration has been accused by the All Progressives Congress (APC), of trying to suppress the audit report on the missing $20 billion oil money. The party pointed out that the deadline for the release of the report, which was set by the government has come and gone. As contained in the statement issued by the APC National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai … [Read more...] about APC demand probe into $20 billion oil missing money
I went to a nearby ATM machine today to withdrew few cash for immediate use thinking it's what I could do within minutes as usual, but I ended up spending 3 hours because of the sheer number of people waiting for their turn. So, we decided to check on other ATMs in different places across the state to see if it's the same thing. In some of the ATMs we visited, we counted up to … [Read more...] about Long queues in Lagos ATMs as people scramble for Xmas cash
Hoodlums invaded a church in Akure at the weekend during the service and reportedly flogged the presiding pastor and some members of the congregation. Report has it that some of the hoodlums were arrested by the police but they were later rescued by a mob, during which a policeman was stabbed with a broken bottle on the neck, the properties of the church, which includes … [Read more...] about Hoodlums attack church, cart away offerings and flogged pastor
Dubious and highly embarrassing! That was how the Senate President David Mark described the allegation by the Divisional Police Officer, DPO,attached to the National Assembly, that Mark's security aides were the ones who threw teargas canister at the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon Aminu Tambuawal when the police invaded the National Assembly last month. It was … [Read more...] about David Mark denies allegation of his aides throwing teargass at Tambuwal
No, not business as usual for the suspected Islamic sect who disguised themselves as Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) at the Maiduguri camps Borno state capital. The news has it that scores of the militants who disguised themselves as IDPs were arrested on Tuesday evening. The militants were said to have fled Bama along with the IDPs few months ago. They were reported to … [Read more...] about Suspected Boko Haram members arrested at IDPs camp Maduguri
Fresh facts has emerged that the Federal Government had all these while been negotiating with fake Boko Haram members in a bid to end the insurgent that had crippled the country for about five years now. This revelation came as the Department of State Service (DSS) announced the arrest of an aide to Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno state, Mr. Junaid Idrissa Khadi. The … [Read more...] about Fake boko haram members, governor’s aide, arrested by DSS for duping FG
It was confusion on Saturday evening as a pastor of the Foursquare Gospel Church Ghana committed suicide and blamed it on a former roommate. Pastor Kwabbena Bonsu in his late thirties, hanged himself in his single room apartment at Kasoa Chinese near Tuba Junction in Accra. This sad event came exactly a week after his wife died. The wife, a hairdresser by profession, is … [Read more...] about Foursquare pastor hangs himself a week after the wife’s death
When the terrorist group Boko Haram kidnapped more than 250 Nigerian schoolgirls last spring, many news reports noted that Nigeria had long been one of the biggest suppliers of oil to the United States, suggesting that economic relationship gave Washington a strong incentive to help track down the kidnappers. That was wrong. In April, the same month the girls were snatched from … [Read more...] about Nigeria has big issue: The loss of its biggest oil market in the U.S
Africa most populous country Nigeria, health system is ranked 197th out of 200 by the World Health Organization (WHO), the health system in Nigeria so depleted and underfunded by the government that it cannot meet half the demands of its citizens. Basically, poor citizens are left to cater for their medical needs in their own way, while the good hospitals are for the … [Read more...] about Quack Doctors arrested in Delta State
The Ebola funds approved by the federal government last August, to curtail the spreads of the dreaded Ebola virus disease, which was believed would be distributed among the states and the FCT, has turned a different story as facts emerging from documents give contrary breakdown. The N1.9 billion, approved by the federal government for the disease control, as emerging facts … [Read more...] about How the ebola fund was spent
More facts about the collapsed Synagogue of All Nations continues to emerge as the proceeding of the coroner court investigating the collapse of a guest house belonging to the Synagogue Church of All Nations continued yesterday with the police witness, DSP Olushola Agboyi, officially identifying the aircraft which allegedly hovered over the building as Hercules CH 130 … [Read more...] about Synagogue church collapse: More facts emerge.
By Laura Seay, and Kim Yi Dionne - This week’s Newsweek magazine cover features an image of a chimpanzee behind the words, “A Back Door for Ebola: Smuggled Bush meat Could Spark a U.S. Epidemic.” This cover story is problematic for a number of reasons, starting with the fact that there is virtually no chance that “bush meat” smuggling could bring Ebola to America. (The term is … [Read more...] about The Long And Ugly Tradition Of Treating Africa As A Dirty, Diseased Place