Thursday, 28 June 2018

Beautiful Female Corper Faces Sexual Assault, Threatens To Report Her Director (Photos)

A pretty female serving youth corper, Medlin Chisom, has threatened to report her Director over what she termed sexual assault.
She explained how people can't get their eyes off her big buttocks and how they want a share of it.
Read what she wrote.
See more photos below...

Sunday, 24 June 2018

Why I Avoided APC Convention – Kwankwaso

Senator Rabiu Musa    Kwankwaso who is the immediate past governor of Kano State, has explained that he deliberately avoided the APC national convention held on Saturday and Sunday to avoid breakdown of law and order.
Mr. Kwankwaso said he and his supporters intended to attend the convention but did not due to the APC leadership of John Odigie-Oyegun refusing to recognize the congresses that favoured his loyalists at the state, local government and wards in Kano.
 “I wish to inform the leadership of the party and the general public that we had wanted to be part of the National Convention but regrettably all the congresses that we conducted at the wards, Local Government Councils and at the State level were not recognized by the outgoing National Executive Council of the party.
“Therefore, I felt that presenting ourselves at such an important event will not be in the overall interest of the entire convention that is assuming we are allowed access into the convention ground.
“Because there are high chances that our presence could create embarrassments and a lot of friction similar or even worse than what occurred in the pavilions of delegations from Imo and Delta States during yesterday’s convention. However, as the new EXCO settles to start the efforts of uniting the party we wish you the very best,” he said.
The senator congratulated the newly elected national chairman of the APC, Adams Oshiomole,and others who emerged leaders of the party.
Mr Kwankwaso has been locked in a fierce political confrontation with the current Kano governor, Umar Ganduje. Over the past two years, several attacks and reprisal attacks between the supporters of the two politicians have been reported.
Both men are members of the APC and the incumbent was Mr Kwankwaso’s deputy when the senator was governor of the state, the most populous in Northern Nigeria.
However, after the ward and state congresses of the party, the APC headquarters recognised the Kano APC loyal to the governor.

38 People Allegedly Wounded in the Fracas that Ensued in APC`s National Convention (Photos)

At least 38 people have allegedly fallen victims and have sustained different degrees of injuries in the fracas that ensued during All Progressive Congress, APC, national convention which held yesterday in Abuja.

According to a Facebook user, one veteran Malam Mustapha Yamusa Rigasa has gathered that the problem started after the APC chairman from Delta State slapped a friend of a serving senator because he accused them for excluding and omitting the name of their candidate in the authentic unity list of those anointed to be elected as as national APC officials under the chairmanship of a sole candidate comrade Adams Oshiomale.

Thursday, 21 June 2018

Passengers Caught having S.x in a Plane (Photos)

The passengers were caught having sex behind other passengers in a flight between US and Mexico. It could however not be confirm if they were couple.
Passengers on a Silver Airways flight were shocked to find that the people seated behind them were joining the Mile High club from their seats.
“My mom and dad were just trying to have a peaceful trip to Mexico and then they sent me this...” Twitter user Kiley Tully posted on Sunday.
Tully's mom caught the couple in the throes of unbridled plane passion on video, and showed that the rest of the cabin seemed unaware of the shenanigans.
According to the report, Silver Airways confirmed the video was taken on one of its flights. They had not yet confirmed that the video was authentic, but did note that the airline did not condone the behavior.
“We are taking this very seriously and working to determine the legitimacy of the video and specific flight information,” airline spokeswoman Misty Stoller revealed.
Tully's mom, for her part, seemed less offended and more amused.
The couple's faces are not visible, and that's probably for the best. Although their behavior is clearly not ok on several levels, they aren't the first to push the limits of in-flight propriety. In March, two passengers were found in the lavatory in a compromising position on a Virgin Atlantic flight. Last year, two passengers who had been strangers before the flight were caught in the act on a Delta flight.

Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Sad! Tanzanian conjoined twins die at age 21 (Photos)

Maria and Consolata Mwakikuti were conjoined at their abdomen and shared organs such as the stomach and part of the aorta, a crucial artery that runs from the heart down to the abdomen. They had separate heads and hearts.
Early investigations soon after their birth confirmed the two sisters could not be separated, said Dr. Faith Kundy, a physician at Iringa Regional Hospital, where the women died.
In December, Maria was diagnosed with a respiratory problem resulting from an inoperable chest deformity, the ultimate cause of her death, Kundy told Reporters.
"They underwent tests and it was very unfortunate that nothing could be done," said Kundy, who was with the twins during their last few days. "It was very sad for me. Apart from being patients they were friends, they were funny people. I feel so sad because they had a hope of living."
But Kundy added it was a major achievement that the twins reached age 21.
Maria and Consolata were taken care of by a congregation of nuns, the Consolata Sisters, and were born at the Consolata Regional Hospital, where their parents left them after birth, according to Sister Jane Nugi.
"They were very lovely, very enthusiastic," Nugi said. "Their plan was to work and to help other people less fortunate in the community. They were suffering of course but they were able to live and want to live. In spite of the bonding condition, they had passion for life."
The women had been studying education at Ruaha Catholic University, added Kundy.
Having become well-known in the East African country, and an inspiration to those who knew them, the twins' deaths cast a somber spell on the country on Sunday.
"I'm saddened by the death of Maria and Consolata. When I visited them at the hospital, they prayed for the nation. Their dream was to serve our nation. Condolences to their family ... and all those affected by their deaths. May they rest in peace," tweeted Tanzanian president John Magufuli in Swahili.
Living with a disability is notoriously difficult in Tanzania. People with disabilities make up some of the poorest and most marginalized segments of Tanzanian society, according to Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania, an organization that provides rehabilitation and disability services across the country.

See the Woman, 'Mother Meral' who has Vowed to Chase Turkey's Erdogan from office (Photos)

She is the female opposition presidential hopeful in the forth-coming Turkey`s general election, she is fondly called, ` Mother Meral` but her real and full name is Meral Aksener.
Quarrels between men end when a woman throws her headscarf on the ground, according to Turkish tradition.So presidential candidate Meral Aksener is going from town to town collecting these colorful pieces of cloth, known as "yemeni," from her supporters.
The 61-year-old is leading what she calls the yemeni revolution to bring an end to the aggression of Turkish politics. If she becomes the one to finally end President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's long reign, she will put the headscarves on display in Cankaya, the former presidential palace in Ankara.
"Turkey has been ruled by a very harsh male for a very long time," she told reporters in the southern city of Adana, on the campaign trail.
Some abroad call Aksener Turkey's Iron Lady, but others at home call her Asena, a mythical blue she-wolf that led Turkic tribes away from danger. But there are other names she prefers.
"Some people call me sister, but there are many young people who call me 'Mother Meral,' and I like being a mother," Aksener said.
Aksener is the only woman running for president in the June 24 elections, but her appeal is not based solely on her gender. Her conservative and longtime nationalist credentials are what make her most likely to lure support from Erdogan's base, even though she polls third.
The main opposition candidate, Muharrem Ince, is in second place and has galvanized his own center-left base. But he is unlikely to split the conservative vote in the way Aksener can.
Aksener and her envisaged revolution have been drawing crowds across Turkey. Women at the Adana rally eagerly handed their headscarves up to the candidate on stage.
Esra Demirkol, a fervent supporter who waited for hours to get a photo, jumped on stage to hug the candidate.
"For the future, for our kids, for our country for many reasons, I will vote for Meral Aksener. A woman's touch makes everything better. I want a mother to rule our country," said a breathless Demirkol as she returned from stage.
Aksener's Iyi Party (Good Party) is new to the political scene, but Aksener is a veteran politician. She served as interior minister for eight months at the height of the dirty war against Kurdish separatists when human-rights abuses were rampant in Turkey.
When questioned about those allegations, Aksener is defiant, claiming there was not a single human-rights violation by the government during her time as minister.

Tuesday, 19 June 2018

United States Pulls Out from United Nations Human Rights Council

The United States is withdrawing from the United Nations Human Rights Council, Nikki Haley, Washington's ambassador to the UN, has announced.
Halley made the announcement on Tuesday in Washington, DC.
"We take this step because our commitment does not allow us to remain a part of a hypocritical and self-serving organisation that makes a mockery of human rights," she said.
The move comes after the council voted last month to probe killings of Palestinian protesters in Gaza and accused Israel of excessive use of force.
It also follows intense criticism faced by the US for detaining children separated from their immigrant parents at the US-Mexico border.
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein on Monday called on Washington to halt its child separation policy.
"The thought that any state would seek to deter parents by inflicting such abuse on children is unconscionable," al-Hussein said.
Haley said a year ago that Washington was reviewing its membership of the Human Rights Council, and called for reform and elimination of a "chronic anti-Israel bias."
"When the Human Rights Council treats Israel worse than North Korea, Iran, and Syria, it is the Council itself that is foolish and unworthy of its name. It is time for the countries who know better to demand changes," Haley said in a statement on March 2018.
Washington's withdrawal is the latest US rejection of multilateral engagement after it pulled out of the Paris climate agreement and the Iran nuclear deal.
"The Trump administration's withdrawal is a sad reflection of its one-dimensional human rights policy: Defending Israeli abuses from criticism takes precedence above all else," said Kenneth Roth, the executive director of Human Rights Watch.