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Friday, 13 October 2017


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A teenage girl was sexually assaulted by three different men within an hour as she walked home from a night out.
Police said the 17-year-old was attacked in Bethnal Green, east London, after becoming separated from friends.
It was also believed that the girl, who was found "distressed" by a member of the public, may also have been drugged.
The victim was spotted on camera shortly before midnight being carried by a man, who was wearing dark clothing, in Cambridge Heath Road.
The pair appeared to go into a doorway on the same road, and some of the girl's clothing was later found nearby.
Shortly after midnight, the girl was seen on CCTV stumbling down Mint Street, followed by another man on a racing bike who is described as having a beard and wearing a baseball cap backwards and a hooded zipped jacket.
Minutes later, detectives believe the girl suffered a third attack, possibly involving two or three men.
They say she was approached by a third man, who police describe as walking unevenly, "perhaps being slightly bow-legged".
Police say she was then found by a member of the public who saw her lying in Corfield Street in "a state of distress" and called 999.
Det Insp Suzanne Jordan said: "This is a horrific multiple sexual assault on an young female who was simply making her way home after a night out.
She urged anyone with information about the "hideous crimes" to contact them urgently.

Friday, 29 September 2017

Mumbai railway station stampede kills 22 amid heavy rain

A relative of a stampede victim grieves at a hospital in Mumbai, India September 29, 2017
A stampede on a footbridge at a Mumbai railway station has left 22 people dead and injured more than 30, Indian officials report.
The tragedy occurred during the morning rush hour at Elphinstone station, which connects two major local lines.
It was triggered by overcrowding and people seeking shelter from monsoon rains, the officials said.
The injured have been taken to a nearby hospital and senior railway officials are at the scene.
"The incident occurred as heavy rains lashed Mumbai and passengers took refuge on the foot overbridge. People at the front slipped and the huge crowd toppled over, leading to the stampede," Indian Railways spokesman Ravindra Bhakar told AFP news agency.
"Twenty-two dead have been confirmed, 14 men and eight women... Some 32 passengers are injured."
Akash Koteja, one of the injured, said: "Trains were rolling in and some people wanted to get out of the station, but others were not making way. When a few tried, it led to a stampede."
TV footage from the scene showed commuters trying to rescue fellow passengers from the crush and revive people by pumping their chests.
"We put everybody who was injured in cars, police vans and ambulances and tried to take them to the hospital as quickly as possible," said one witness quoted by AFP.
An investigation has been launched into the causes of the disaster, but overcrowding on India's vast, crumbling railway network is a perennial problem.
The BBC's Yogita Limaye in Mumbai says the incident has once again put the spotlight on Mumbai's transport infrastructure, which is often criticised for being old and insufficient given the millions of people who use it every day.


Trump vows to tackle N Korea on Asia trip

Trump meets South Korean President Moon Jae-in during UN meetings earlier this month

US President Donald Trump will travel to five Asian countries in November to participate in regional summits, the White House has announced.
He will visit Japan, China, South Korea, Vietnam, the Philippines and the US state of Hawaii for an 11-day trip.
"The president's engagements will strengthen the international resolve to confront the North Korean threat", the White House statement said.
North Korea and the US have engaged in heated rhetoric in recent months.
So what will the key issues be for the US president on his first official trip to Asia?
The economically-isolated Asian country conducted its sixth nuclear explosive test earlier this month despite international condemnation, and has promised to conduct another test in the Pacific Ocean.
At a speech to the United Nations, Mr Trump threatened to annihilate North Korea, saying the country's leader, Kim Jong-un," is on a suicide mission".
In exchange, Mr Kim in a rare statement, vowed to "tame the mentally deranged US dotard with fire".
Mr Trump will seek to rally the country's neighbours - including China - to continue an economic sanctions campaign against North Korea.
Several countries, especially Japan, were upset when Mr Trump withdrew the US from the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade pact - a deal which had been more than five years in the making and affected 40% of the global economy.
The 11 remaining countries, including Japan and Vietnam, will continue the pact and have left the door open for the US to rejoin at any time, however a US trade representative has vowed that Mr Trump will not change his decision.
"Bilateral negotiations are better for the United States than multilateral negotiations," said trade representative Robert Lighthizer.

Jonathan: I’ll soon open up on 2015 polls

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has promised to open up on what happened in the  2015 general elections, which led to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) losing the presidential poll to the All Progressives Congress (APC).
The former president has promised to speak, in due course.
Jonathan said this at a meeting with the Forum of Ex-Speakers of State Houses of Assembly,  who visited him in Abuja yesterday.
The former president said no matter what anyone says,  the PDP recorded several achievements through innumerable reforms it introduced and implemented in the 16 years it ruled the country. 
“PDP is still the strongest party. We know the reasons why we lost elections. People may be writing left and right; at the appropriate time, some of these things would be properly addressed, because of history.
“There are certain things you don’t write now because it would be misunderstood, as if you are playing politics.
“After some years, five, six or eight years, when the beneficiaries have left, you can state it in writing and people will not fight with you.”
Speaking on the anti-corruption war,  Jonathan urged party members not to be intimidated by the manner it is being prosecuted in the country.
The former president  said the issue of corruption in the country is worrisome, and noted that there is need to combat it.
He, however, noted that approach, in the fight against corruption, is also very important.  
“There are stories of corruption. I say this will always be there because if you read the statement of the organisers of the first military coup, their statement was attributed to corruption.
“It will continue to be, but, one day, we will get out of it. Most nations passed through this stage of life.
“The only thing I plead with you is not to politicise certain basic things. Issues of corruption, yes, it is worrisome. Nobody will encourage it.
“The society must come up with reforms, to reduce it, if you cannot eliminate it totally. No society is 100 percent free of some of these vices but the approach you go about it is key.
“You may approach it in a way that it will become detrimental  to the society. It should be done in a way that will enhance the development of the nation.So, we encourage people to do well.”
In a related development, former governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido said the PDP governed very well when it was in power. The former governor, who spoke when he received the former speakers in Abuja, yesterday,  said it is unfortunate that it is those who benefitted from PDP are the same people who vilify  the party.
He berated the APC-led administration for persecuting members of the opposition and also urged PDP members across the country to be courageous.
“The APC cannot take us hostage. Be courageous and stand up. Nigeria has been around before APC and it will be around after APC.  We need to stand up. We need people to be courageous.We shall not keep quiet.
“It is our country. Enough of this culture of nepotism and fear. Government should be respected, not feared. Government should be there for all of us, whether APC and PDP. 2019 will be a defining moment for Nigeria,” noted Lamido.
Reacting to Ekiti State Governor, Ayo Fayose’s Abuja declaration, that he would contest for the party’s 2019 presidential ticket, Lamido said he is constitutionally entitled to contest for the ticket, “even though it has been zoned to the North.”
Also,  former Ogun State governor, Gbenga Daniel, who also hosted the Forum in Abuja said the fight against corruption should not be politicised.
“We have been labelled as being corrupt but, the truth is that corruption in Nigeria is not partisan,”he said.

source: the sun.

2019: PDP rejects Fayose’s presidential bid

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The Board of Trustees (BoT) of the People Democratic Party (PDP), has poured cold water on Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose’s Abuja bid to seek its presidential ticket in the 2019 election.
A member of the PDP BoT, Dr Okwesilieze Nwodo, conveyed the message to Fayose, yesterday, when he told the governor, pointblank, he cannot contest in the party’s primary poll for the 2019 presidential election.
Nwodo stated this yesterday, in Abuja, shortly after Fayose’s formal declaration of intent to contest for the party’s ticket in 2019.
Nwodo said PDP’s ideology forbade Fayose and other members from the South from contesting in the presidential race in 2019.
He said that the ideology would be followed to the letter, in spite Fayose’s declaration.
“Fayose cannot run and I will tell you my reason…Now, we did not only zone the presidency to the North, we have re-emphasised at every opportunity we had that the zoning will take place. So, the party will not collect Expression of Interest money from anybody else who is not from the North and will not issue him a nomination form to contest. No, we will not do that,’’ said Nwodo.
Earlier, Fayose had, in a letter to PDP leaders, insisted that his ambition to be president was without prejudice to the party’s position, and added that it was in the interest of the party and Nigeria.
Elsewhere, his formal declaration ceremony  in Abuja, Fayose vowed to defeat President Muhammadu Buhari at the poll.”
Fayose reiterated he would defeat Buhari in a free and fair contest.
He said despite the party’s decision to zone the its 2019 presidential ticket to the North,  the Nigerian constitution guarantees his right to contest for the position.
Pushing his position, the Ekiti state governor said the PDP needs someone like him,  who has a knack for defeating incumbent to fly its flag in the 2019 presidential contest.
“Our party must not lose sight that Nigerians at this period are desirous of a president with demonstrated capacity to change their fortunes. Furthermore, we must be mindful of the fact that our party needs a candidate like me, with a penchant for defeating incumbents.
“Twice, I defeated incumbents to become the governor of Ekiti state and I am confident that with your support, as my party leaders and supporters, I will defeat the incumbent president, Muhammadu Buhari, in a free and fair election…
“My name is Ayo Peter (Peter, the rock) Fayose.  I will defeat this Goliath for you,” he declared.
“(Late President Umaru Musa) Yar ‘Adua  was sitting quietly in his house when (former President Olusegun) Obasanjo sent me to go and tell him  he wants him to succeed him.  The man said no but God said yes.
“ Today,  for the doubting  Thomases, I want to be president of Nigeria.  I know I have haters; they will not die.  They will watch me enter Aso Rock. I am here to tell you that the hour of the Lord has come for Nigeria.  I have not lost any battle.”
Furthermore,  Fayose challenged PDP presidential aspirants in the North to openly declare their ambition,  if truly they want the party’s ticket zoned to them.

Thursday, 28 September 2017

Elite Model Look Nigeria 2017 finalists unveiled

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The National Casting for the 2017 Aquafina Elite Model Look Nigeria took place in Lagos on the 26th of August 2017 at the Eko Hotel And Suites with over 1000 young aspiring models in attendance. A total of 100 contestants were pre-selected and had their images sent to the Elite Management in Paris for final selection.
These young models will compete for the opportunity to live their dreams while following in the footsteps of international supermodels like Cindy Crawford & Gisele Bundchen, as well as Nigerian supermodels like Mayowa Nicholas, Victor Ndigwe & Davidson Obennebo whose journeys started with Aquafina Elite Model Look Nigeria.

Mayowa Nicholas went on to be the first Nigerian in a Dolce & Gabana campaign. Victor Ndigwe was the finest Nigerian model to take part in the Paris, Milan & London fashion weeks.
Last year’s winner Davidson Obennebo, went on to win the Elite Model Look World Finale and is the first African to win in 33 years.
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LOL...Photos: Mic stands, belts, chairs used as weapons as another fight erupts in Uganda's parliament; presidential guards, police arrest 27 MPs

A joint force of presidential guards, the elite Special Forces Command (SFC) soldiers and police officers attached to parliament forcibly pulled out several legislators opposed to lifting the age limit from the chambers of parliament on Wednesday afternoon.
Recall that the commotion began yesterday, ahead of a debate on whether to grant long-serving President Yoweri Museveni another term in office. The move to extend Museveni's rule has met widespread opposition from civic rights activists, the political opposition, religious leaders and even some members of Museveni’s own ruling party.
On Wednesday,  the House proceedings was disrupted when fighting broke out between opposition and NRM MPs, forcing the Speaker to adjourn the House.
In a scuffle that lasted more than an hour, at least 30 SFC soldiers in plain clothes poured into the chambers to pick at least 25 MPs who were named and suspended by the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga for three sittings at the beginning of the session, for engaging in disorderly conduct during yesterday’s plenary sitting.
The operation was commanded by Kampala Metropolitan Police Commander, Frank Mwesigwa, who was seen earlier in the day, patrolling the precincts of Parliament with the Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Kayihura.
Those suspended from the House include Ronald Kibuule the state minister of Water, who was accused of carrying a firearm during the House sitting, an act Kadaga explained was a violation of Rule 74 of the Rules of Procedure.
“I have received some terrible information that Hon Kibuule endangered the safety of members by bringing a firearm into this House. I have checked the footage and Hon Kibuule did not go through security checks. He came through the Office of the President into the North wing and into this chamber so I will be suspending you,” Kadaga announced.
Kadaga also suspended 23 opposition legislators, whom she accused of flouting the House rules by engaging in chaotic behavior. They will not be allowed to access Parliament, including committee and plenary sittings.
“The Speaker was not heard in silence. Members were standing, jumping over tables and chairs; they were dressed in a manner that contravened the Rules and despite calls from the Speaker to sit down and be orderly, this was not adhered to. Some members crossed from one side to another in a menacing manner…This Parliament is a place to speak, to exchange views even if you don’t have the same views,” she reminded the legislators.
When the Speaker directed them to leave the chambers with immediate effect, only Kibuule and Mbwatekamwa complied. The opposition legislators refused to budge and kept shouting, “procedure, procedure”.
However, Kadaga did not budge and ordered them to leave immediately or be forced out by officers from the Sergeant-at-Arms. When the MPs remained defiant, Kadaga suspended the House for 30 minutes.
At that point, the police officers walked into the chambers to escort the MPs out but the legislators instead grabbed the microphone stands and tried to scare away the officers.
Some legislators were seen shoving the police officers away, prompting more commotion that saw the SFC soldiers enter the chamber and grab MPs indiscriminately. MPs Odonga, Gerald Karuhanga (Ntungamo Municipality) and Hassan Kaps Fungaroo (Obongi) jumped on the Table of the House, where the mace is usually placed, with microphone stands and warned the officers against touching them.
Zaake pulled out his belt and repeatedly tried to whip the officers. Other MPs hurled chairs at the officers, leaving one of the Parliament police officers bleeding profusely.
The provocation saw the SFC officers, three or four at a go, lunge at the MPs and drag them out of the House. Ssemujju was the first victim to be dragged out. Others followed suit, however the opposition MPs did not go without a fight.
One of the SFC officers jumped on the seats and grabbed Nabila Naggayi Ssempala (Kampala Woman) and tried to drag her out. However, some MPs nearby rushed to save her. It was not until one of his fellow officers shouted that she is not on the list of suspended MPs that were suspended that she got relief.
Former Chief of Defence Forces (CDF) and State Minister of Works, Gen. Katumba Wamala tried to quell the commotion by calling for calm and speaking to the SFC officers; however this did not help save matters.
For close to two hours, the suspended MPs were dragged out, one by one and swiftly taken to the North Wing entrance, opposite National Theatre, where a number of police pickup trucks were waiting to whisk them off to unknown destinations.
At least three MPs fainted, including Osegge, Lucy Achiro (Aruu North) and Angiro Gutumoi (Erute North). Zaake has also been admitted in hospital.
-Observer Uganda

Help find the parents of this missing child!

Help find the parents of this missing child!
3-year-old Ibrahim pictured above, was found around the Epe axis of Lagos state yesterday September 27th. He does not know the whereabouts of his parents. Anyone who knows him or his parents should contact @findmealert on Facebook or twitter or the Epe Police station

LOL...Desperate single mother of three takes to the street to look for white husband (photos)

Desperate single mother of three takes to the street to look for white husband (photos)
A desperate single mother of three from Kenya who probably got fed up of being disappointed by black men in her country decided to go in search of a white husband.
The 27-year-old lady identified as Cate Gachara, recently took to the busy city of Nairobi to announced she's looking for a white husband using a placard.
Desperate single mother of three takes to the street to look for white husband (photos)
Standing by the roadside with the placard displaying her personal details, including phone number and photos of children she had in past relationships, the bold lady said she's ready to be a Godfearing wife to any potential husband who must be a white man.
Desperate single mother of three takes to the street to look for white husband (photos)
Last month, another single mother of one caused an outrage online when she dressed in her wedding gown and took her daughter along to the street in search of a husband.


Wednesday, 27 September 2017

WORLD WAR 111: How the 1% are preparing for the apocalypse.

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The threat of global annihilation may feel as present as it did during the Cold War, but today's high-security shelters could not be more different from their 20th-century counterparts.
A number of companies around the world are meeting a growing demand for structures that protect from any risk, whether it's a global pandemic, an asteroid, or World War III -- while also delivering luxurious amenities.
"Your father or grandfather's bunker was not very comfortable," says Robert Vicino, a real estate entrepreneur and CEO of Vivos, a company he founded that builds and manages high-end shelters around the world.
Many of the world's elite, including hedge fund managers, sports stars and tech executives (Bill Gates is rumored to have bunkers at all his properties) have chosen to design their own secret shelters to house their families and staff.
Gary Lynch, general manager of Texas-based Rising S Company, says 2016 sales for their custom high-end underground bunkers grew 700% compared to 2015, while overall sales have grown 300% since the November US presidential election alone.
The company's plate steel bunkers, which are designed to last for generations, can hold a minimum of one year's worth of food per resident and withstand earthquakes.
But while some want to bunker down alone, others prefer to ride out the apocalypse in a community setting that offers an experience a bit closer to the real world.
Developers of community shelters like these often acquire decommissioned military bunkers and missile silos built by the United States or Soviet governments -- sites that would cost hundreds of millions of dollars to build today.
The fortified structures are designed to withstand a nuclear strike and come equipped with power systems, water purification systems, blast valves, and Nuclear-Biological-Chemical (NBC) air filtration.
Most include food supplies for a year or more, and many have hydroponic gardens to supplement the rations. The developers also work to create well-rounded communities with a range of skills necessary for long-term survival, from doctors to teachers.
Vicino says Vivos received a flurry of interest in its shelters around the 2016 election from both liberals and conservatives, and completely sold out of spaces in its community shelters in the past few weeks.
"Our clients are sold on the unique advantage of having a luxury second home that also happens to be a nuclear hardened bunker," says Hall, who is already starting work on a second Survival Condo in another silo on site.
"This aspect allows our clients to invest in an appreciating asset as opposed to an expense."
The Survival Condo has several different layouts, from a 900-square-foot half-floor residence to a two-level, 3,600-square-foot penthouse that starts at $4.5 million.
Owners have access to their homes and the facilities at anytime, whether a disaster is imminent or they just want to get away from it all, and the complex features a pool, general store, theater, bar and library.
The condo association sets the rules for the community, and during an emergency, owners would be required to work four hours a day.