Thursday, 8 January 2015

                                  
                                  
Here are more sexy photos from Nicki Minaj's Rolling Stone magazine photo-shoot shot by famed photographer, Terry Richardson. Nicki posed bottomless in a skimpy white t-shirt with the US flag inked across the front and an American flag bedazzled denim cap. Another pic after the cut


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Pres. Jonathan has refuted claims that he hates the people of Northern Nigeria. He set the record straight while hosting some Northern leaders at the state house in Abuja, yesterday January 7th.

“Some people say Jonathan hates the north; I have heard that statement and I tell Namadi Sambo; `they say I hate the north but you are here as my Vice-President’. I tell the National Security Adviser and my Principal Secretary the same thing. In fact my Principal Secretary (Hassan Tukur) has been my friend since I was the deputy governor of Bayelsa​.​ I never knew I was going to come here as Vice-President not to talk of President. But I have known him since I was the deputy governor of Bayelsa.
My Chief Detail, Yusuf, is from Borno and has been with me since I was a deputy governor in Yenagoa. I see him as a good person and I have carried him along with me. So I had to ask how can somebody wake up and say I hate the north?” he said. 
President Jonathan says he loves Northern Nigeria so much that out of the 12 Federal Universities his administration has established, 9 are within the Northern region. He says he has established more Almajiri schools in the north because he gets saddened by the percentage of school dropouts in the North.

"I feel we must enter the north with aggression through education. Whenever the statistics of school dropouts in the country is released, I’m not happy. The percentage from states in the north is sometimes as high as 50 (per cent) and even more. The last one was up to 70 per cent. I said no, we must change this statistics. Somebody who hates the people cannot talk about educating their children because the people we are educating are the future leaders of this country,” he said
While speaking to Northern elders, GEJ expressed his sadness over recent comments made by some Nigerians who are referred to as elder statesmen, According to him, elder statesmen who make provocative comments are just mere politicians

"Some people call themselves statesmen but they are not statesmen; they are just ordinary politicians. Being a statesman is not because you have occupied a big office before but the question is what are you bringing to bear? Are you building this country or are you a part of people who tell lies to destroy this country and to create enmity between people who ordinarily would have been living together? At the appropriate time Nigerians will know all of us even though I know most of you know us but the younger ones do not know. Some people are hiding under some clogs, some big names and creating a lot of problems in this country,” he said.


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President Jonathan will be kicking off his presidential campaign at Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos around11 this morning and as expected, there's heavy traffic in some parts of Lagos. Police officers are seen in some locations diverting motorist to take alternative routes. See the pics after the cut.


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Some members of Ijaw community in Lagos paid a solidarity visit to the Governor of Lagos state, Babatunde Fashola yesterday Wednesday 7th January, at Lagos House, Marina, where they pledged their support to the APC. The group was led by its Chairman, Barrister Patrick Agbeotu. More pics after the cut...
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APC Presidential candidate Gen. Buhari, has delivered the usual Nigerian promise to ensure stable power supply for all and also expand Nigeria’s economy if the people elect him as the next president.

According to Punch, Buhari said this at the Govt Sec. School in Calabar, Cross River State, while addressing a mammoth crowd yesterday Wednesday Jan. 7th. Concerning power supply, he said;
'The power sector would be stabilised in order to resuscitate dying industries in the country. “If you go down memory lane during the period of regional governments, the leaders then used to allocate 43 per cent of the budget to education and that is why their names will never be forgotten. We will try to secure our country; we will ensure industries are resuscitated. Our industries are dying and will continue to die unless we get the issue of power supply correct. We will resuscitate our industries.” he said
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Brothers Cherif Kouachi (left), 32, & Said Kouachi (right), 34, both from Paris, have been identified as the men who stormed into the office of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo yesterday and killed 12 people, including two police officers. A third suspect, 18 year old Hamyd Mourad, who didn't fire any shorts, surrendered to police late last night after seeing his name circulating on social media. The two brothers, who are said to have been trained in Yemen as assassins, are still at large.
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