Wednesday, April 29, 2015

EXPOSITO!!! 293 Rescued Women, Girls are Indigenes of Bumisiri Village

The Borno State Government on Wednesday said the 293 women and girls, rescued from the Boko Haram stronghold in Sambisa Forest, were from Bumsiri Village in Damboa Local Government Area of the state and not from Chibok.

State Commissioner for Information, Dr. Mohammed Bulama, told journalists that the profiling of the 200 girls and 93 women, rescued by the military on Tuesday, showed that they were abducted from Bumsiri village.

Bulama commended the Nigerian Army for rescuing the 293 women and girls from captivityadding that the government has started making plans to put in place all the necessary structures to
rehabilitate and integrate the freed 293 females back into the society. PUNCH reports that he said:

 "These girls and women rescued are still our daughters as much as the Chibok girls and we have to commend the military for liberating them, hoping that the rest will equally be liberated. 

Though everyone had thought they were the Chibok girls because of the hype surrounding the abduction of the girls, but we should not lose sight of the fact that they are as important as the Chibok girls and those that are still in captivity, which we hope would be liberated soon. 

But at the moment, we are looking up to the time the 293 women and girls would be handed to us so that we can begin the process of rehabilitating and reintegrating them back into the society."


The Borno State Governor, Alhaji Kashim Shettima, in a statement by his Special Adviser on Media, Mallam Isa Gusau, said the military's operation that led to the liberation was "gratifying regardless of whether or not the rescued women were part of the over 200 schoolgirls stolen by insurgents at Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, on April 14, 2014."

Ladies See What Abortionists Won't Tell You About The Dangers Of Abortion (graphic photos)

This just came in and it is a must read, 

Not only does every abortion kill an innocent human being in the womb; but also abortion is also more dangerous to the mother than if she were to give birth to the child. The evidence overwhelmingly proves that the morbidity and mortality rates of legal abortion are several times higher than that for carrying a pregnancy to term.
Abortion is not safer than full-term pregnancy and childbirth. Less than one in ten thousand pregnancies result in the mother's death. Statistics indicate that the chances of death by abortion are even less. But while deaths from childbirth are accurately reported, many deaths by legal abortion are not. This completely distorts the statistics. Furthermore, "abortion actually increases the chance of maternal death in later pregnancies." This means that some maternal deaths in full-term pregnancies are actually caused by earlier abortions, which creates a double inaccuracy.


THOSE WHO PERFORM ABORTIONS RARELY EXPLAIN THE TRUE RISKS OF ABORTION TO WOMEN.
It is common to talk to women physically or psychologically damaged by abortions, who say, "I had no idea this could happen; no one told me about the risks."

Abortion is the only surgery for which the surgeon is not obligated to inform the patient of the possible risks of the procedure, or even the exact nature of the procedure. Indeed, abortion providers are the only medical personnel who have a "constitutional right" to withhold information, even when directly questioned by the patient.

Some abortion clinics may object that they voluntarily offer consent forms, which patients must sign. Yet many patients testify that they did not read these forms, that the forms did not give specific information, or that they did not understand what they signed. The few who do ask questions are assured by clinic workers that any references to possible complications are just a formality, and there is nothing to worry about. Because of the nervous anxiety associated with an abortion, and the desire to get it over with, signing such a form is no different than not signing a form at all—except that it absolves the clinic of legal responsibility for the health problems the woman may suffer later.

The evidence indicates that the only way to avoid the risks of abortion is not to have one.

Here are some real and severe abortion risks;

Infertility:
Infertility and sterility mean that a woman cannot get pregnant. Abortion causes sterility in 2-5% of the women who have an abortion.

Psychological/Emotional Trauma:
50% of women who have had abortions report experiencing emotional and psychological problems lasting for months or years.

These emotions include, but aren't limited to:
•Acute feeling of grief
•Depression
•Anger
•Fear of disclosure
•Preoccupation with babies or getting pregnant again
•Nightmares
•Sexual dysfunction
•Termination of relationships
•Emotional coldness
•Increased alcohol and drug abuse
•Eating disorders
•Anxiety
•Flashbacks of the abortion procedure
•Anniversary syndrome
•Repeat abortions
Suicide

Many of these women go on to report that they regret their choice and would do anything to go back and undo the decision that resulted in so much pain.

MEDICAL (CHEMICAL) ABORTION RISKS INCLUDES (but are not limited to):

"The Morning After Pill" (Emergency Contraception Pill) - If taken within 72 hours of intercourse it prevents pregnancy 75% of the time. Medical problems would be similar to birth control pills, however effects could be more pronounced.

Methotrexate - (given prior to 8 weeks) Doctors don't like to prescribe this chemical because of its high toxicity and unpredictable side effects. Those side effects include but are not limited to:
•Nausea
•Pain
•Diarrhea
•Bone marrow depression
•Anemia
•Liver damage
•Lung disease
.Heavy bleeding for as long as 40 days
•Abortion may occur anywhere

This chemical may not work and a surgical abortion may still be required.

Psychological/ Emotional Trauma: In addition to the risks listed above, women having chemical abortions often see the complete tiny bodies of their unborn child and are even able to see the child's developing hands, eyes, etc. So traumatic is this for some women that it is recommended that women unprepared for the experience not take the drugs. Learn more about what a preborn child looks like:

If you are considering abortion because of your circumstances, know that you can change your situation. If you aren't sure about this choice, take time to find out "why" you have these feelings. Pregnancy care centers are here to help you in any situation regardless of your decision. Please talk to a Counselor or walk into a general hospital and request to see a specialist doctor. or better still still you can send us reach us on this platform and we can walk through the situation together.

Buhari Denies Barring AIT; Issues Warning to his Team

President-elect Muhammadu Buhari has denied barring African Independent Television (AIT) from covering his activities and said he only became aware of the matter after the public uproar it generated.

AIT had been barred from covering his activities on Monday, but the APC overturned the decision the following day. Buhari says he was neither consulted nor informed about the AIT barring. And in a statement released on Wednesday evening by Garba Shehu, the head of the media and publicity directorate of the APC presidential campaign, Buhari was quoted as saying:
"The time of change has come and we must avoid making the same mistakes that the
outgoing government made."


Shehu's statement said Buhari has instructed all his staff, including the personnel attached directly to him, "to steer clear of all dealings with the media, and leave all media affairs to his official media team". Adding that his media team should be left to deal with their media colleagues as they best knew how.


"I would like everyone to henceforth stay within his/her defined area of responsibility." 
On Monday, Shehu had said AIT has been asked to step aside based on security and family concerns. In addition, that Buhari has decided that they will have to resolve some issues relating to issues of standard and ethics.

"We will be talking with them to try and resolve the matter, but for now the station has been asked to stay aside because, like I said, there are some family and security concerns. They have been asked to step down their coverage until we resolve the matter with them on ethics and standards‎.  
You can quote me that I said that we have asked them to step aside and that we are resolving the the issues of ethics and standards with them."

King Salman of Saudi Arabia Replaces Next in Line to The Throne (pics)

Saudi Arabia on Wednesday said King Salman bin Abdulaziz had removed his crown prince and foreign minister, as part of a dramatic reshuffling of his top officials.

The king replaced his younger half-brother, Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz, as crown prince, appointing his nephew, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammedbin Nayef, as his new heir apparent. He appointed his son, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, as deputy crown prince, making him second in line to the throne.

He replaced veteran Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al Faisal with Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the U.S. Adel al-Jubeir.

The Day I Recorded Dami Duro, I Had Just Come Out From The Police Station --Davido

Award winning Pop act, Davido, rated among the A-list artistes in Nigeria, has revealed how he got the inspiration that led to his first hit song, 'Dami Duro'.

Speaking during the third edition of Nigerian Entertainment Conference which took place on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at the Eko Hotel and Suites, the 'Aye' singer, who teamed up with Shizzi (his producer) to produce a song live gave an insight about how his encounter with the Police inspired him to record the song, 'Dami Duro.'

'The day I made Dami Duro, I had just come out from the Police station, most of all the songs I do are from the things that happen to me and inspire me in the society.'

'Dami Duro', which paved the way for the Osun State- born singer, was well-received throughout Nigeria and beyond after it was released in 2011.

Davido, who has been buzzing in the Nigerian entertainment industry and across Aftrica since then, released his debut album, Omo Baba Olowo in 2012. The album has singles like – 'Back When' featuring Naeto C, 'Dami Duro', 'All of You', 'Overseas' featuring Sina Rambo, 'Ekuro', 'Gbon Gbon' and 'Feel Alright' featuring Ice Prince.



The singer also went ahead to release more singles such as 'Gobe', 'One of a Kind', 'Skelewu', 'Aye', 'Tchelete (Goodlife)', 'Naughty' and 'Owo Ni Koko,' all of which are expected to make up his upcoming album, earlier slated to be released in the fourth quarter of 2014, along with other unreleased materials. The album release date was shifted to Monday, June 8, 2015, a date he confirmed at the 2015

Coffins Bearing the Dead Bodies of Indonesian Drug Convicts get Buried (Sad Photos)

Indonesia brushed aside last-minute appeals yesterday and executed eight people including 4 Nigerians convicted of drug smuggling in their country. Photos of the dead being buried and details from their last minutes on earth have now been revealed.

According to the pastors who were with them in their final hours, reformed Bali Nine ringleaders Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran and their six fellow death row prisoners refused to wear blindfolds and were singing as they were executed by a 13-member firing squad in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

The eight men chose to face their executioners and spent their last minutes of life praying, praising God and singing songs including Amazing Grace.

On Wednesday morning, Pastor Christie Buckingham - who read Chan and Sukumaran their last rites - said the eight death row inmates walked out onto the killing field singing religious songs in the
moments before they were executed.

Pastor Buckingham said the men conducted themselves with 'dignity and strength until the end'. Another pastor, Karina de Vega, said it was a 'beautiful experience'.
'It was breathtaking. This was the first time I witnessed someone so excited to meet their God,' Pastor de Vega told Fairfax.


Photo: Sympathisers carry the coffin bearing the body of Indonesian drug convict Zainal Abidin

Indonesian Attorney General Muhammad Prasetyo confirmed at a news conference hours after the deaths had been widely reported that each of the eight had been executed simultaneously at 12:35 a.m. (1735 GMT) by a 13-member firing squad. Medical teams confirmed their deaths three minutes later, he said.
"The executions have been successfully implemented, perfectly. All worked, no misses," he said of the deaths of two Australians, four Nigerians, a Brazilian and an Indonesian man.
Prasetyo also dismissed concerns that Indonesia had done long-term damage to bilateral relations through the executions. According to him:
"It's just a momentary reaction. What we're doing is carrying out court decisions."
He said that the message was "do not try to smuggle drugs in Indonesia, because we will be harsh and firm against drug-related crimes."

Photo: Ambulances with the bodies of the eight men executed by Indonesia overnight

Ambulances carrying the executed men's coffins have left the prison island of Nusakambangan, Death Island for burial.

Australians Sukumaran and Chan requested that their bodies be flown back to Australia. Nigerian Martin Anderson chose to be buried in the West Java town of Bekasi, and fellow Nigerian Raheem Agbaje, wanted to be buried in the East Java town of Madiun where he had been a prisoner. Indonesian Zainal Abidin is to be buried in Cilacap.

The wishes of two other Nigerians — Sylvester Obiekwe Nwolise and Okwudili Oyatanze — as well as those of Gularte, the Brazilian, have yet to be made public.

Originally, 10 inmates were to be executed, but Frenchman Serge Atlaoui was excluded because he still had an outstanding court appeal against Jokowi's rejection of his clemency application. The government says Atlaoui will face a firing squad alone if his appeal is rejected by the Administrative Court.


Execution ground: The 4 Nigerians plus others were killed here

In reaction to the killings, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced that Australia will withdraw its ambassador from Jakarta in response to the executions of two Australians, Myuran Sukumaran, 33, and Andrew Chan, 31.

Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff said in a statement the execution of a second Brazilian citizen in Indonesia this year "marks a serious event in the relations between the two countries."

Brazil had asked for a stay of execution for Rodrigo Gularte, 42, on humanitarian grounds because he was schizophrenic.

The lady that was spared, Mary Jane Veloso's mother, Celia, said that the stay of execution for her daughter was nothing short of a miracle. Presidential spokesman Herminio Coloma thanked Indonesian President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo for giving due consideration to the appeal of his Philippine counterpart, Benigno Aquino III.

He said the reprieve provides an opportunity for her testimony to expose how a criminal syndicate duped her into being an unwitting accomplice and courier in drug trafficking.

Jokowi's predecessor, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, canceled a trip to Australia this week because of growing anger over the executions. He was to give a speech at the University of Western Australian in the city of Perth on Friday on Australia's diplomatic and economic relationships with its Asia-Pacific neighbors, including Indonesia.

MAKE Up MaGic!! See How Appealing Men Would Look If They Always Wore Make Up (pic)

This photo is really amazing, average men don't do make up so we are bound to look like the guy on the left really natural, but look at him after his facial make up, all the spots and rough face are all gone , So women before you call a man ugly , take off your make up and hair attachment , then compare .lol.

Coffins Bearing the Dead Bodies of Indonesian Drug Convicts get Buried (Sad Photos)

Indonesia brushed aside last-minute appeals yesterday and executed eight people including 4 Nigerians convicted of drug smuggling in their country. Photos of the dead being buried and details from their last minutes on earth have now been revealed.

According to the pastors who were with them in their final hours, reformed Bali Nine ringleaders Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran and their six fellow death row prisoners refused to wear blindfolds and were singing as they were executed by a 13-member firing squad in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

The eight men chose to face their executioners and spent their last minutes of life praying, praising God and singing songs including Amazing Grace.

On Wednesday morning, Pastor Christie Buckingham - who read Chan and Sukumaran their last rites - said the eight death row inmates walked out onto the killing field singing religious songs in the
moments before they were executed.

Pastor Buckingham said the men conducted themselves with 'dignity and strength until the end'. Another pastor, Karina de Vega, said it was a 'beautiful experience'.
'It was breathtaking. This was the first time I witnessed someone so excited to meet their God,' Pastor de Vega told Fairfax.


Photo: Sympathisers carry the coffin bearing the body of Indonesian drug convict Zainal Abidin

Indonesian Attorney General Muhammad Prasetyo confirmed at a news conference hours after the deaths had been widely reported that each of the eight had been executed simultaneously at 12:35 a.m. (1735 GMT) by a 13-member firing squad. Medical teams confirmed their deaths three minutes later, he said.
"The executions have been successfully implemented, perfectly. All worked, no misses," he said of the deaths of two Australians, four Nigerians, a Brazilian and an Indonesian man.
Prasetyo also dismissed concerns that Indonesia had done long-term damage to bilateral relations through the executions. According to him:
"It's just a momentary reaction. What we're doing is carrying out court decisions."
He said that the message was "do not try to smuggle drugs in Indonesia, because we will be harsh and firm against drug-related crimes."

Photo: Ambulances with the bodies of the eight men executed by Indonesia overnight

Ambulances carrying the executed men's coffins have left the prison island of Nusakambangan, Death Island for burial.

Australians Sukumaran and Chan requested that their bodies be flown back to Australia. Nigerian Martin Anderson chose to be buried in the West Java town of Bekasi, and fellow Nigerian Raheem Agbaje, wanted to be buried in the East Java town of Madiun where he had been a prisoner. Indonesian Zainal Abidin is to be buried in Cilacap.

The wishes of two other Nigerians — Sylvester Obiekwe Nwolise and Okwudili Oyatanze — as well as those of Gularte, the Brazilian, have yet to be made public.

Originally, 10 inmates were to be executed, but Frenchman Serge Atlaoui was excluded because he still had an outstanding court appeal against Jokowi's rejection of his clemency application. The government says Atlaoui will face a firing squad alone if his appeal is rejected by the Administrative Court.


Execution ground: The 4 Nigerians plus others were killed here

In reaction to the killings, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced that Australia will withdraw its ambassador from Jakarta in response to the executions of two Australians, Myuran Sukumaran, 33, and Andrew Chan, 31.

Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff said in a statement the execution of a second Brazilian citizen in Indonesia this year "marks a serious event in the relations between the two countries."

Brazil had asked for a stay of execution for Rodrigo Gularte, 42, on humanitarian grounds because he was schizophrenic.

The lady that was spared, Mary Jane Veloso's mother, Celia, said that the stay of execution for her daughter was nothing short of a miracle. Presidential spokesman Herminio Coloma thanked Indonesian President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo for giving due consideration to the appeal of his Philippine counterpart, Benigno Aquino III.

He said the reprieve provides an opportunity for her testimony to expose how a criminal syndicate duped her into being an unwitting accomplice and courier in drug trafficking.

Jokowi's predecessor, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, canceled a trip to Australia this week because of growing anger over the executions. He was to give a speech at the University of Western Australian in the city of Perth on Friday on Australia's diplomatic and economic relationships with its Asia-Pacific neighbors, including Indonesia.

#15questions4buhari Comedian IGoDye writes an open letter to President Buhari, asks questions

Popular comedian IGoDye took to his Instagram page to write an open letter to the president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari. According to him, ...