Saturday, August 31, 2013

Peter Okoye at the strip club in canada

All stories told about Peter Okoye at the strip club in canada seems untrue.

See what really happened at the strip club in canada with Peter Okoye.

From the image posted as the original image that was edited came out and has proven that previous gist about him squandering money may not be true.



Stands for Abused?- Have you been abused sexually, physically, emotionally, psychologically and do you abuse alcohol and other drugs!

Addiction can be defined as the continued use of a mood altering substance despite adverse dependency consequences. Or a neurological impairment leading to such behaviors.

Untreated addiction is more expensive than heart disease, diabetes and cancer combined.

Drug and/or alcohol addiction is surprising common.

Rates of addiction to drugs and alcohol are on the rise. The number of people who are living with some type of addiction are increasing steadily over the past decade or two

Approximately 15 percent of children under the age of 18 have admitted to experimenting with illegal drugs.

Addiction to prescription drugs is a growing problem among young people.

Approximately 70% of people who are using illegal drugs are employed. The fact that they have a drug problem means increased costs to the employer in terms of absenteeism, decreased productivity and staff turnover

Ninety percent of muggings and property crimes (theft) are related to drugs

One- quarter of all hospital admissions are related to alcoholism.

A vast majority of road traffic accidents are due to alcohol and other substance abuse.

Are u, a friend or relative experiencing any abuse of alcohol and/or other substances? You need to SPEAKOUT NOW and get the required HELP. Get screened today....... Says

I remain committed to your psychological well-being.
Dr. Maymunah Yusuf Kadiri

..........To Be Inspired, Is To Be Informed

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Friday, August 30, 2013

NEWS: SOME suspected assassins attacked the Managing Director of Young Shall Grow Motors Limited, Chief Vincent Obianodo, killing his driver and a police detail attached to him.

SOME suspected assassins attacked the Managing Director of Young Shall Grow Motors Limited, Chief Vincent Obianodo, killing his driver and a police detail attached to him.

  The Guardian learnt that the suspects also shot Obianodo in the hand during the attack.

  Police authorities said the incident occurred in FESTAC area of Lagos State on Tuesday night while Obianodo was returning from office.

 The Guardian learnt that two of the suspected assassins were killed after policemen engaged them in a gun duel.

 According to the police source:  "On Tuesday night, Obianodo was on his way back from work. A police corporal and another private guard were in the vehicle with him. When they reached 22 Road in FESTAC, the entire place was deserted. From nowhere a vehicle crossed his own and some armed men opened fire on them. The policeman, who sat in front, was killed instantly while the driver was also killed."

 "The assailants also shot Obianodo in the arm. However, the shooting attracted the attention of some policemen on patrol who rushed down to the scene and engaged the culprits in a gun duel."

  It was learnt that two of the suspects were killed while the others escaped with bullet wounds.

  A police source told The Guardian that it could not be ascertained if the assailants were robbers, hired killers or kidnappers.

  "The way the attackers operated seemed as if it was an assassination attempt. Most times, kidnappers do not shoot their victims while trying to abduct them. At most, they only kill the person's guard and abduct the victim unharmed."

  "In this case, they shot him in the arm and would have killed him if the police did not arrive on time."

  Police Public Relations Officer, Ngozi Braide, confirmed the attack adding that efforts were on to apprehend the suspects at large.

  "The attackers escaped with bullet wounds. We are, therefore, calling on hospitals to report cases of bullet injury to the nearest police station as this would increase our chances of further investigation.

Friday, August 23, 2013


FG Distributes N100bn to 59 Universities

 Minister of Education, Prof. Ruquayatu Rufa'I

•  Seeks end to strike

• ASUU withdraws from negotiations

Nigeria: 22,000 Deported to Niger, Cameroon, Chad

Obasanjo, Jonathan Strike Deal To Make Andy Uba Anambra Governor
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News Update: Three officials of the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) were today remanded in prison by a Benin City High Court over missing N50B.

PDP NEC meeting: Automatic ticket for Jonathan may top agenda

APC unfolds manifesto, targets 40,000MW

Rivers, PDP disagree over appointment of acting CJ

Fola Adeola's governorship campaign posters flood Ogun

NBA urges ASUU not to end strike

APGA: Okwu sues Umeh, INEC over Anambra poll

3 nabbed after attempt to abduct ex-Miss Nigeria

Insurgents kill two policemen, four others in Borno communities

No reversing disqualification of Soludo, others – APGA

Why northern voters will back Jonathan – Tafawa Balewa

2015: Tension in Ogun APC as Osoba faction tips Adeola for governor

House of Reps Committee on Education urges FG, ASUU to end strike

Chinese firm sells toxic waste to Nigerian importer

Anti-Amaechi forces after Rivers resources – Sen Abe

$2m fraud: Police arrest suspected Nigerian fraudster in Dubai

Nigeria, US agree on security strategy

Kano Govt dismisses six officials for fraud

CAO audit certifies Nigeria's airspace

Police arrest PDP councillorship aspirant over alleged certificate forgery

Man sets octogenarian mum on fire in Lagos

5 die in Edo road crash

FG declines comment on alleged killing of Shekau

Bayelsa varsity loses accreditation of key courses

Orji asks immigration to flush out illegal immigrants in Aba

FEC approves N124bn for roads repair

APC unveils programmes, endorses Ngige as candidate for Anambra guber poll

PDM, party of expired politicians – Junaidu Mohammed

Jalingo agog over Suntai's planned return to Taraba

Labour faults BPE on payment of PHCN workers' severance benefits

We want implementation, not palliatives – ASUU

Bode George, Filani's supporters in war of words

PHCN: FG rakes in N358.04bn...Morning Everyone.
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UPDATES: Gunmen Kill 3 Policemen , 1 Civilian In Kaduna. Lagos Deportation: Pan Igbo Group Demands N500bn Compensation For Victims. Delta Spends N22bn On Schools' Infrastructure In 4yrs. 2015: I'm More Than Qualified To Become Benue Governor — Jime. First International Flight Lands In Akanu Ibiam Airport, Enugu. Jega Accuses Party Leaders Of Operating Like Garrison Commanders. Buhari, Akande, Others Unfold APC Manisfesto Today. At Last, PDP Holds NEC Meeting Tomorrow. Military Begins Search For Shekau's Body. Firm Completes Payment For Power Company – BPE. Primaries: Jonathan not afraid of Lamido, says Presidency. INEC to monitor parties' campaign expenses. ASUU strike: FG to meet varsity councils, VCs. Lagos demolishes building, shuts 15 houses. N220bn MSME fund'll support entrepreneurs -CBN. Banking industry recorded N18bn fraud in 2012 -NDIC. N774bn spent on calls, SMS in six months. Detectives recover N13m stolen motorcycles. Fracas in Ikorodu as Police allegedly kill Okada rider. Labour Union demands 15% employee contribution in pension amendment. Champions League – 1st leg play-off Results: Shakhter Karagandy 2-0 Celtic, Lyon 0-2 Real Sociedad, Pacos de Ferreira 1-4 St Petersburg, PSV Eindhoven 1-1 AC Milan, Viktoria Plzen 3-1 NK Maribor...Afternoon Everyone.
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Sunday, August 18, 2013


Sensible: International Development Secretary Justine Greening defended giving aid to Nigeria, which has launched a space programmeBritain giving millions of pounds to Nigeria while it embarks on a space programme is a ‘sensible investment’, the government insisted today.The oil-rich country, which has accepted £300million from Britain in aid this year alone, has set in train ambitious plans to launch its own rockets and even put a man into space.But International Development Secretary Justine Greening was backed by Downing Street after arguing that it was money ‘well spent’ by Nigeria.However a Department for International Development spokesman was keen to stress to Mail Online that Britain is 'not providing any aid funds to Nigeria’s space programme'.The first Nigerian astronauts are being trained to join Russian, Chinese or American missions within the next two years.At the same time the UK taxpayer is sending £1.14billion in foreign aid to the country over the five years of the Coalition.The revelation sparked a storm of protest last week, coming after UKIP MEP Godfrey Bloom accused the government of ‘treason’ for sending billions in aid to ‘Bongo Bongo land’ while making cuts to police and social services at home.But Ms Greening insisted the foreign aid sent to Nigeria would ‘help Nigeria progress and develop as a country’.She told BBC Radio 4: ‘I believe it is being well spent but we obviously have to make sure that we critically assess the projects underway.‘We do expect them to invest in their country as well. The so-called space programme was in fact investment in satellites, weather satellites and for communication.