17 January 2019

Plan to endanger and "harm the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Walter Onnoghen”, blown open by CUPP after FG freezes account

An alleged plan to endanger and "harm  the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Walter Onnoghen”, has been blown open by the The Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP).
Imo Ugochinyere, CUPP spokesman, stated this on Wednesday in a statement which contained a letter by the office of the Attorney General of the Federation, directing the freezing or Onnoghen’s accounts.

The group said its petition, dated January 7, 2019, became necessary, “bearing in mind the imminence of the 2019 General Elections and the overwhelming roles of the Judicial Arm both before and after”.

ARDI said Onnoghen “is the owner of sundry accounts primarily funded through cash deposits made by himself up to as recently as 10th August 2016 which appear to have been run in a manner inconsistent with financial transparency and the code of conduct for public officials”.

ARDI alleged that prior to 2016, Onnoghen appeared “to have suppressed or otherwise concealed the existence of these multiple domiciliary accounts owned by him, as well as the substantial cash balances in them”.

Account balances listed against as follows: The Standard Chartered Bank dollar account 1062650 with a balance of $391,401.28 on January 31, 2011;

The Standard Chartered Bank Euro account 5001062686 with a balance of EURO 49,971 .71 on January 31, 2011;

The Standard Chartered Bank pound sterling account 5001062679 with a balance of GBP23,409.66 on February 28, 2011;

“It is curious that these domiciliary accounts were not declared in one of the two CCB Forms filed by Justice Onnoghen on the same day, 14th December 2016,” the group said.

But CUPP said the federal government was angry because Onnohen “refused to compromise the composition of the post-2019 election Supreme Court Appeal Tribunal.

The coalition said: “Lobbying of all sorts by the APC chieftains to get the Chief Justice of Nigeria to accept to compromise the Presidential Election Appeal Tribunal and to compose the Governorship election Supreme Court Appeal Tribunal Rivers State, Akwa Ibom State, Delta State, Lagos state, Benue State, Imo State, Kwara State, Plateau state, Kaduna State, Abia State and Sokoto State with their preferred choices of justices did not succeed as the Chief Justice had remained faithful to his Oath of office and said by his actions that the Supreme Court was neither going to be partisan nor partial and would not consider such requests.

“The current ordeal of the Honourable Chief Justice will not end soon. He is up against people who are desperate and who do not care if the engine of state grinds to a halt. They have taken this dastardly attack to a new low by freezing all the family assets of the family of the CJN.

“We are in possession of the letter from the Attorney General of the Federation to this effect. This onslaught on the judiciary is as undemocratic as it is unconstitutional. This is capable of furtherderailing our democracy as such brazen violation of the Constitution is
only tantamount to treason.

“With the happenings in the last 48 hours and the insistence of the Presidency to either get the CJN to comply or be removed from office, we hereby notify the nation that the life of the Honourable CJN, Justice Walter Nkanu Onnoghen as well as those of his family members is not safe.

“The situation will very quickly descend into compromising the security of the CJN. The APC govt views the resistance of the CJN to the plot to hijack the Supreme court as the only piece that has not been fixed in its grand design to rig and manipulate the 2019 general election for President Muhammadu Buhari and APC chieftains.

“Nigerians will be shocked by the contents of the letter directing the freezing of the accounts and assets of the CJN. We hereby attach it.

“We are also in possession of audio recordings of meetings of those behind the plot including call records which we will be releasing as we analyze them. It is still amazing how the Buhari led APC govt is continuing in this path of ignominy, opprobrium, reproach, and dishonour despite the widespread outrage by Nigerians across board. Their mind is made up. They believe nothing can stop them now.”
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Attack in Kenya -Man who tweeted a “goodbye message” to his family among the numbers rescued by force agents

A man who went viral on social media after bidding farewell to his family while trapped in one of the buildings at 14 Riverside complex during Tuesday’s attack has been rescued.
Mr. Ng’eno a man that was   trapped in one of the buildings at 14 Riverside complex during Tuesday was among over 174 people who were rescued overnight even as security forces continued to battle the attacker more the 12 hours after the siege started.

His tweet during the procces has gone viral as he tweeted  a “goodbye message” to his family should he die in the attack. In a series of tweets, he had given updates on the harrowing situation inside Dusit D2 Hotel at a time no one knew exactly what was happening.

In his first tweet, he said that if he died, he loved the lord and believed he will go to heaven.

“Please tell my family I love then I love you Caleb, Mark and Carol.”

"If I die I love the Lord and believe I will go to heaven please tell my family I love then I love you Caleb, Mark and Carol"
Mr Ng’eno who describes himself as a husband, father, communication consultant, trainer and photographer, tweeted at 6:20am on Wednesday to the relief of those who had been hoping to hear good news that he was well.

“Dear all thank you for your support. I am now out and at home with my family. Thanks to the brave @NPSOfficial_KE @kdfinfo for risking their lives to save others.”
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16 January 2019

“The officers were beating me and told me that if anything happens to me, no one will know'-Kidnapper Evans says confessional statement was under duress

Popular kidnapper and billionaire Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike a.k.a Evans, today shocked the public with his latest words regarding his earlier confession after his arrest in 2017 saying he made the confessional statement under duress and trait to kill him by the Nigerian police force.
As reported by the Nigeria News Agency NAN, Evans told the  Justice Adedayo Akintoye of Igbosere High Court, Lagos on Wednesday that he had to signed the statement to prevent him from being tortured to death by the police.

Evans is currently facing charges, bordering on conspiracy to kidnap, kidnapping and attempted murder before Justice Akintoye.

In the first charge, Evans is standing trial alongside Joseph Emeka, Ugochukwu Nwachukwu and Victor Aduba.

In the second charge, he is standing trial alongside Joseph Emeka, Linus Okpara and Victor Aduba.

The kingnap kidnapper gave full details on resumption of the hearing  as he said members of Inspector General of Police (IGP) Intelligence Response Team allegedly tortured and killed several others who were paraded alongside him in his presence.
According to Evans,  the security agents tortured the victims by suffocating them with plastic bags and threatened to do same to him if he failed to cooperate with them.

Evans said that some sheets of papers were brought for him to sign, adding that some of the papers were blank while other had things written on them.

“When I asked what I was to sign the police officers slapped me and even quenched a cigarette on my hand.

“The officers were beating me and told me that if anything happens to me, no one will know. They hit my head and blood was gushing, the scars are still on my head.

“When I saw how five men, who were paraded with me, were tortured and killed, I agreed to sign the papers with fear of what happened to the other men,” Evans said.

He also said that the contents of the papers he signed were not read to him and that there was no video recording during the statement taking.

Evans gave the details while a trial within a trial was conducted to ascertain whether his statement was taken under duress or not.

He was led in evidence by his counsel, Mr O. I. Ajanuku.

However, Evans was cross-examined by the Lagos State counsel, Mr Jide Martins, to prove that Evans statement was not taken under duress.

Earlier, the prosecution had told the court that the business of the day in the first charge was the adoption of the final written address in respect of the trial within trial done in that case.

The Lagos State counsel, however, said that they have not been served with the address of the defence.

Ajanuku, however, assured the prosecution that they would be served by close of work on Thursday.

Justice Akintoye, after listening to the evidence, adjourned the case until Jan. 30 for continuation of hearing.
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See photo of decomposing corpse of a young boy lying lifelessly along Murtala Muhammed Highway

Today along the Murtala Muhammed Highway, by Bishop Monyagh Avenue, Calabar, Cross River State, an already decomposing corpse of a young boy was seen lying lifelessly.
On close examination of the body,  the teenager is said to be about 13. The body has no injuries apart from a visible skin infection on the waist. The cause of the death is yet unknown.

The police and health authorities have been notified to evacuate the corpse.

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Ex supper Falcon player Chified cause stair on social media with her own #10yearschallenge photos

Ex supper Falcon player Chified  has caused a stair on social media after he took to her Instagram page to share her own #10yearschallenge

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Man left with severe bruises and broken face injury after he was caught maturating outside a window of Former NFL star, Tony Beckham's daughter

A man has been left with severe bruises and broken face injury after he was caught maturating outside a window of a young girl 15-year old who was  the daughter of Former NFL star, Tony Beckham in Florida.

According to the Former NFL star, he caught the pant out as he was  leering into his 15-year-old daughter's room right after she had showered at 6:40 a.m. 
Talking to WPBF-TV in West Palm Beach Beckham  said;

"I couldn’t believe it. I was like, ‘Is this for real?’ I thought I was getting 'Punk’d,'" Beckham said.

According to him, he yelled at the man, who then tried to run away but he fell out of luck after chasing him down the apartment complex's parking lot where he caught him,

Beckham said the two "had a good conversation." But the conversation left 48-year-old Geoffrey Cassidy with several broken facial bones.

“I’m sorry that it happened to me. I’m sorry that it happened to him,” Beckham said. “Because he’s never going to do that again on this side of town.”

Beckham's wife, Amanda, told WPBF she called the police, who arrested Cassidy for lewd and lascivious behavior with a victim younger than 16 years old. He's being held in Palm Beach County Jail on a $1,500 bond.

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15 January 2019

Here are the guidelines and regulations for the conduct of the 2019 general elections by INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)  yesterday released the guidelines and regulations for the conduct of the general elections.

In a  33 pages document obtained by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja, said Smart Card Readers (SCRs) and Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) would be used for the forthcoming elections.

It reads,

“Voting shall be in accordance with the Continuous Accreditation and Voting System (CAVS) procedures as specified in these Regulations and Guidelines, the Election Manual and any other Guide issued by the Commission.
“No person shall be allowed to vote at any Polling Unit/Voting Point Settlement/Voting Point other than the one at which his/her name appears in the Register of Voters and he/she presents his/her permanent voter’s card to be verified by the Smart Card Reader (SCR), or as otherwise determined by the Commission.”
It added that each voter shall cast his/her vote in person at the Polling Unit/Voting Point Settlement/Voting Point where he/she registered or was assigned, in the manner prescribed by the Commission.
It also stated that separate queue shall be created between men and women, where the culture does not allow the mingling of men and women.
It added that Presiding Officers would also create a separate queue for People Living With Disabilities (PWDs).
According Section 10 (b) of the guidelines, “accreditation and voting shall commence at 8.00am and close at 2:00pm, provided that all voters already on the queue by 2:00pm shall be allowed for accreditation and voting.
“(d) The accreditation process shall comprise reading of the Permanent Voter’s Card (PVC) and authentication of the voter’s fingerprint using the SCR; checking of the Register of Voter.”
Section 11 (v) of the guidelines also requested a voter to remove his/her cell phone or any photographic device before proceeding to voting cubicle.
Also section 11(c) stated that “where a voter’s PVC is read but the name of the voter is not on the Register of Voters, APO II shall refer the voter to the PO or APO (VP) who shall politely request the voter to leave the Polling Unit”.
Section 11(d) also states that: “In the event that the PVC fails to be read by the Smart Card Reader, the APO I shall refer the voter to the PO or APO (VP) who shall politely request the voter to leave the Polling Unit.’’
Subsection (e) added that “where a voter’s PVC is read and the SCR shows the details of another person, rather than the details of the cardholder as printed on the PVC, the APO I shall:
“(i) Refer the voter to APO II to confirm that the details of the voter in the Register of Voters correspond to those on the PVC;
“(ii) APO II if satisfied that the holder of the card is on the Register of Voters, shall record the phone number of the voter in the appropriate box on the Register of Voters; and
“(iii) Proceed with the accreditation of the voter.
“(f) In all cases from 11(b) to 11(e), the Presiding Officer shall fill the appropriate forms in the PU booklet and make a report.
“Affected voters in 11(b) and 11(e) qualify to be issued ballot papers after consultation with Polling Agents.”
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Founder of Boob Movement Abby Chioma goes topless and braless as she explains the goal of her movement (Photos

Founder of The Boob Movement Abby Chioma has opened her full breast out to the public as she explains the goal of her movement.
 Abby Chioma
Abby posed topless and  braless leaving her jean jacket unbuttoned to expose her entire breasts. But she made sure to blur her nipples.

On  the reason for The Boob Movement, she wrote:

The goal is not to desexualize breasts. The goal, rather, that the woman finds refuse, understanding and a sense of belonging in the movement.

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Gov Nyesom Wike has described the Buhari-led government as being worse than the military era

Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike, today described the Buhari-led government as being worse than the military era. The Governor was quoted by TheCable during the  inter-denominational service held to mark the year’s armed forces remembrance day

Governor Wike  expressed sadness over the CJN incident adding that the plan to arraign Walter Onnoghen, chief justice of Nigeria, is aimed at “frightening the judiciary, ahead of the attempt to manipulation of the polls”.

“Since 1960 when Nigeria gained independence, for the first time in 2011, a Niger Delta person became the president. The entire country ganged up against him. They gave excuses and denied us a second term. We did not fight. We did not shed blood. He said his ambition was not worth the blood of any Nigerian and they called him a weak man.

“Since 1960, no Niger Delta person has been the chief justice of Nigeria. When it came to his own time to be appointed the chief justice of Nigeria politics came in. They were not willing to appoint him. It was God that created the circumstances. The president was sick and was flown out. That was how Onoghen became the chief justice of Nigeria."

Wikw added that the Presidency already removed the Niger Delta from being a part of the country. he further argued who the Buhari led administration intend to replace the CJN with after he eventually vacate office.

“Now, because they believe that the Niger Delta is not part of this country, they have come again with all kinds of stories. They think they are talking to small children. Fabricated stories and said he did not declare his assets in 2011. Step aside for who take over? We must know whether or not we belong to this country. Enough is enough. I have never seen people who are so desperate to cling to power. Nigeria will resist any attempt to truncate this democracy. “We are no longer in a democracy. This system is worse than the military. Even under the military, opinions of the people count.

“In order for them to consolidate in their rigging machinery, they want to gag the judiciary. The only that they want to do is to intimidate the judiciary. How can an attorney general who calls himself an attorney general sit and file such charges against the chief justice of Nigeria one month to the general election. What kind of crisis are they setting up. They want to cause crisis in the judiciary and they think everyone should keep quiet?
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Riterment of Police IGP Ibrahim Idris -See Dele Momodu's reaction

Yesterday the Inspector General of Police Ibrahim Idris retired and was replaced  by Assistant General AIG Adamu Muhammed. Dele Momodu reacted on his social media page to it and here is what he had to say;

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14 January 2019

CJN Walter Onnoghen must face trail- APC

After a High Court sitting in Abuja today dismissed the charged filed against CJN Walter Onnoghen, the All Progressives Congress  has insisted he must face trail for his corruption at the  the Code of Conduct Tribunal.
The party in a statement singed by its spokesperson  Lanre Issa-Onilu insisted that the claims by the opposition party PDP that the allegations made against the CJN was politically motivated was false.

Read the statement below.

“Following the notice of the charges preferred against the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen, by the Code of Conduct Bureau at the Code of Conduct Tribunal, the Peoples Democratic Party has been on overdrive vituperating over an issue that should at best be left to the judiciary to resolve.

While we would not want to be lured into discussing issues that are presently before the courts and for which any respectable political party hoping to hold positions of responsibility should restrain itself, we regret to suggest that the PDP’s attempt to hoodwink Nigerians into believing that there is a political motive behind the allegation brought against the CJN might itself be indicative of some unholy alliances.

The likely affinity existing between the PDP and a section of the judiciary is further accentuated by the nonappearance of Justice Onnoghen before the Code of Conduct Tribunal on Monday, in line with the suggestions made by the PDP governors from the South-South on Sunday.

“Are Nigerians expected to see this as a mere coincidence? Is the PDP and their governors acting a script? Haven’t we missed an opportunity to show confidence in an institution headed by the CJN?

“This becomes more worrisome, knowing that the PDP campaigns have been receiving cold shoulders everywhere they have gone to and it has become apparent the party and its presidential candidate are facing imminent defeat in the February 2019 elections and may be searching for some unorthodox means of forcing itself on the Nigerian people.

“If this were not so, the PDP should, before coming to these distracting conclusions, have taken cognisance of the facts of the allegations made against the CJN and his admission to the facts so stated. The only logical conclusion in the circumstance is that realising the refusal of Nigerians to allow the deception of the PDP con them into returning the party to power, the opposition party has alongside some pliable human rights activists devised a plot to distract the APC and indeed the good people of Nigeria from addressing the very important issues on the APC’s manifesto in the electioneering process.”

''We have noticed the very dangerous attempt to designate the CJN’s arraignment along ethnic and religious lines, thereby trying to heat up the polity by evoking primordial sentiment which would do the country no good. This is an ungodly ploy when we consider that the CJN was an officer of the federation rather than that of any region,” he warned.

“We therefore urge all Nigerians of good conscience to caution the PDP as the country is bigger than any political party or the interest it represents, and nothing should stop the country’s steady march into sustainable democratic governance. In our earlier statement on the CJN’s CCT trial, we had noted the PDP’s shocking and innate proclivity to defend cases of corruption anytime it arises. The call by the PDP South-South Governors for the CJN to boycott the CCT trial further cements our position. Let it be reiterated that nobody– no matter how highly placed — should be above the laws of the land.

“We wish to put on record that the virulent attack that has come from the PDP in the wake of the trial of the CJN over alleged false asset declaration is particularly worrisome and suspicious when the PDP has in fact called for the removal of virtually all heads of government’s arms, particularly the Chairman of Independent National Electoral Commission and Inspector General of the Police over frivolous issues.

“While the will not be drawn into debates on the legality and sponsored conspiracies of the CCT trial, we insist that our democratic and constitutional institutions must be allowed to operate without interference and undue pressure from partisan and sundry interests as being done by the PDP and its cronies.

“The CCT trial is a legal matter, let the law run its course. The CJN must go through the instrumentalities of the courts, more importantly as an institution he represents. Indeed, this is the true test of our constitution, rule of law and will deepen democracy. Where there are contestations on institutional procedures, we must allow same institutions perform their functions unhindered, autocorrect if necessary and set good precedence on future matters. This is the only way we can build strong and lasting institutions,”
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17ft long crocodile drags and eat a scientist while she was feeding it in a lab{Photos}

A  17ft long crocodile has dragged and eaten a scientist  while she was feeding it in a facility named the CV Yosiki Laboratory.
The deceased identified as Deasy Tuwo 44-years who was dragged in and eaten by the  crocodile  named Merry as she gave him lumps of  fresh meat last Friday morning in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. The giant reptile stood on its hind as she was carried away while feeding him and leaped an 8ft high concrete wall to pull the researcher into the shallow water where it ate her alive.

Staff discovered what had happened around 8.45am when they noticed a "strange shape" in the water. They then saw the crocodile laying on the ground with Deasy's savaged body in its jaws. The reptile had ripped off Deasy's left arm and mutilated her upper torso.

Rescue workers battled to retrieve Deasy's body from the crocodile but everytime they tried to approach it to retrieve the body, the beast thrashed violently.

Merry was pictured strapped to a flat-bed truck to be taken for medical tests to confirm that he had eaten the body parts.

Deasy who was the the head of the lab was described as a quiet person who loved animals.

Deasy's former colleague Merry Supit said:

She was the head of the lab. A quiet person. We're confused about how this has happened.

The crocodile eats chicken, tuna and meat. Everything must be fresh, he doesn't want to eat if it's frozen or has died a few days.

Ass reported by working staff, Merry had been an aggressive animal that had previously attacked and killed another crocodile that had been in its pool.

The crocodile will be evacuated to a wildlife rescue center in Bitung district where tests will be carried out on its stomach
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Here are the requirements and procedures to apply as Nigerian Air Force begins recruitment process

The recruitment process for Airmen and Airwomen by the Nigerian Air Force has commenced.

The recruitment exercise started on January 12, 2019, and will be ending by on February 23, 2019 as revealed by the NFF.

The NFF via a post on their Facebook page stated the the requirements and how prospective candidates can apply, adding that the process is free.

He is how to apply is as below:

Candidates that qualify after the registration process would be invited for Zonal Recruitment Exercise which would hold from Saturday, 9 March – Saturday, 23 March 2019. Also, candidates that qualify after the Zonal Recruitment Exercise would be invited for Final Selection Interview Exercise, after which the list of successful candidates would be published for Basic Military Training.

Nigerian Air Force Recruitment General Instructions.
1. Nationality: Applicant must be a Nigerian citizen by birth.

2. Age: Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 22 years for non-tradesmen/women, 18 and 25 years for tradesmen/women. Those applying as assistant chaplains/assistant imams and drivers must be between the ages of 18 and 28 years.

3. Marital Status: All applicants must be single.

4. Height: Minimum height is 1.66meters or 5.4ft for males and 1.63 meters or 5.3ft for females.

5. Medical Fitness: All applicants must be medically fit and meet the Nigerian Air Force medical and employment standards.

6. Attestation Forms: Applicant’s attestation Form must be signed by a military officer from the same state as the applicant and not below the rank of Squadron Leader or equivalent in the Nigerian Army, Nigerian Navy and Nigerian Air Force. Also a Police Officer of the rank of Assistant CP and above. Local Governments Chairmen/Secretaries, Magistrates and Principals of Government Secondary Schools from applicants’ state of origin can also sign the attestation forms. The signees passport photograph and either photocopy of drivers licence, international passport, national identity card or voters identity card must be attached. In addition, applicants are to bring with them Local Government Indigene Certificate to the Zonal Recruitment Centers and final selection interview.

7. Presentation of original credentials: Applicants are required to submit their original credentials for scrutiny, at the zonal and final selection exercises. The credentials include the following:

Two recent passport size photographs to be stamped and countersigned by officer of appropriate rank specified, Local Government Chairmen/Secretaries and other specified officers in Paragraph 6.
Photocopy of Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age (Any age declaration done later than 4 years to this exercise will not be acceptable)
Photocopy of Educational/Trade Certificates
Indigeneship certificate from applicant’s State of Origin
Attestation of Parent/Guardian Consent Form
Attestation of Local Government Area Form
Acknowledgment Card
Writing Materials (for aptitude test)
Any applicant suspected to have impersonated or submitted false document(s) shall be disqualified from the selection exercise. Also, any false declaration detected later may lead to withdrawal from training. Such applicants will be handed over to the Nigeria Police for prosecution. The Nigerian Air Force will not entertain any enquiries in respect of applicants whose applications have been rejected. Interested applicants are to note that the online registration is free of charge. Applicants are required to fill valid email addresses and Telephone numbers in the appropriate spaces provided in the application form.

8. On completion of the application forms, applicants must print out the underlisted documents:

Acknowledgment Card
Attestation Form
Local Government Indigeneship Form.
Nigerian Air Force Recruitment Academic/Professional Requirements.
1. Non-Tradesmen/women: Applicants must possess a minimum of 5 creditsincluding Mathematics and English Language in SSCE/NECO/GCE/NABTEB. In addition, applicants are also required to possess their school’s testimonials.

2. Tradesmen/women:

a.Applicants must possess ND (with minimum of Lower Credit), NABTEB, RN/RM/NCE or City & Guild Certificate.

b. Candidates with only Trade Test Certificate (including Drivers) are required to also have a minimum of 2 passesin GCE/SSCE/NECO including English Language.

Note: that applicants with HND or First Degrees/Post-Graduate Certificates, University Diplomas and Grade II Teacher’s certificates will not be considered for recruitment as airmen/airwomen into the Nigerian Air Force and should not apply. Applicants with medical qualifications should possess evident of registration with relevant professionals bodies and current practicing licence.

3. Requirements:Applicants are advised to carefully read the requirements below before filling the Form:

a. Medical Records: ND Medical Records.


c.Lab Technician:ND Medical Lab Science.

d.X-Ray Technicians:ND X-ray Technology.

e.Dental Technician: ND Dental Technology/ Dental Therapy.

f.Pharmacy Technician: ND Pharmacy Technology.

g.Environmental Health Technician: ND Environmental Health Technology.

h.Biomed Technician: ND Biomed Technology.

i.Optometry Technician: ND Optometry Technology.

j. Physiotherapy: ND Physiotherapy.

k. Medical Supply: ND Medical Supply.

l.Dieticians/Nutrition: ND Dietetics/Nutrition.

m.Assistant Chaplain:Diploma in Theology.

n.Assistant Imam:ND Arabic/Islamic Studies.

o. Engineering Technicians: ND Mechanical Engineering/Electrical Electronics Engineering/Chemical Engineering/Air Engineering Technology.

p. Works: Trade Test Cert in Welding/Carpentry/Painting/Sign Writing/Plumbing/Mason/Domestic Electrician/Refrigeration and Air Conditioning/Tailors.

q. Domestic Electricians: ND Electrical Electronics, ND/Trade Test Certificate 1,2,3 Domestic Electrician, Works.

r. Building Technology:ND Building Technology/Quantity Surveyor/ Land Surveying/ Civil Engineering.

s.Statistics:ND Stats.

t. Meteorologist:WMO Class III Meteorology Assistant Certificate, Certificate in ATCA/Base Operator and Fire.

u. Public Relations/Info:ND Mass Communication/Journalism/Broadcasting/Trade Test Certificate in Videography/Photography.

v. Secretarial Assistants: ND Office Technology Management.

w. Library Assistants:ND/NCE Library Science.

x. Music:ND Music. In addition, playing experience in any recognised Band will be an advantage.

y. Driver/Mechanic:Trade Test and current driver’s license with practical experience.

z. Computer/Space Tech:ND/Computer Hardware Engr/Tech, Software Engr/Tech, Satellite Image Interpreter/GIS Tech, SatCom Hub Installation Tech, Fiber Optic Tech, Network Tech, Cyber Security Tech, Web Designer/Master and Software Developer. Possession of recognized certifications will be an advantage.

aa. Sports: Certificate of participation/Medals in National and International sporting competitions and in addition ND/NCE Physical Education can be an added advantage.

ab. Catering: ND Catering Services/Catering Certificate.

ac. Education:NCE Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, English, Home Economics, Nigerian Languages, French, Business Management, Fine Art, Basic Science/Integrated Science, Computer Science, Music, Technical Education/Basic Technology, Christian Religious Knowledge, Islamic Religious Knowledge.

ad. Administration/Logistics: ND Business Studies/Business Administration and Management/Purchasing and Supply/Financial Studies/Economics.

ae. Legal Clerks: ND/Diploma in Law.

Nigerian Air Force Zonal Recruitment Exercise.
Qualifying Recruitment Tests will hold in the following Centers:

a. Bauchi: 251 Nigerian Air Force Base, Bauchi.

b.Benin: 107 Air Maritime Group, Nigerian Air Force Benin.

c. Enugu: 155 Nigerian Air Force Base, Enugu.

d.Ilorin: 303 MAG – Nigerian Air Force, Ilorin.

e.Ipetu-Ijesha: 209 Quick Response Group, Ipetu-Ijesha.

f.Jos: 451 Nigerian Air Force Station, Jos.

g. Kaduna: Nigerian Air Force Base, Kawo – Kaduna.

h.Kano: 403 Flying Training School, Kano.

i. Lagos: Sam Ethnan Air Force Base, Ikeja – Lagos.

j.Maiduguri: 105 Composite Group Nigerian Air Force Base, Maiduguri.

k.Makurdi: Nigerian Air Force Base, Makurdi.

l. Minna:351 Nigerian Air Force Base, Minna.

m.Port-Harcourt: 115 Special Operations Group, Nigerian Air Force, Port-Harcourt.

n.Sokoto: 119 Forward Operation Base Mabera, Sokoto.

o.Yola: 103 Strike Group, Nigerian Air Force, Yola.

How to Apply for Nigerian Air Force Recruitment.
Interested candidates who meet the criteria listed above should apply by clicking on the “Apply” button below:


Online Registration starts on 12th January 2019 and closes on 23rd February 2019.


1. Applicants will be required to submit for scrutiny, the original copies of their documents at the recruitment centers and during the final selection interview. Applicants will be required to present following documents if selected for the zonal recruitment test:

a. Two recent passport size photographs to be stamped and countersigned by officer of appropriate rank specified, Local Government Chairmen/Secretaries and other specified officers in Paragraph 8.

b. Photocopies of:

(1) Birth Certificate/ Declaration of Age (Any age declaration done later than 4 years to this exercise will not be acceptable).

(2) Educational/ Trade Certificates.

(3) Indigeneship certificate from applicant’s State of Origin.

2. Any applicant suspected to have impersonated or submitted false document(s) shall be disqualified from the selection exercise. Also, any false declaration detected later may lead to withdrawal from training. Such applicants will be handed over to the Police for prosecution.The Nigerian Air Force will not entertain any enquiries in respect of applicants whose applications have been rejected. Interested applicants are to note that the online registration is free of charge. Applicants are required to fill valid email addresses and Telephone numbers in the appropriate spaces provided in the application form.

3. On completion of the application forms, applicants must print out the Acknowledgment Slip.

For Technical Support, please call: 09064432351, 09055840142, 08053440802 or Email: Note: All phone lines are available Monday – Friday between 8:30AM and 5:30PM.
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Arraignment of CJN Onnoghen stopped by Court

The arraigning of the Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN Justice Walter Onnoghen has been stopped by the a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja.
Justice N.E Maha of the Federal High Court directed that no steps should be taken in respect of Justice Onnoghen’s trial until January 17 when all parties to the two suits should return to court for the hearing of the plaintiffs’ motion on notice.

Onnoghen who was expected to appear before the Danladi Umar-led Code of Conduct Tribunal on Monday was absent.

Justice N.E Maha, while ruling on two separate ex parte applications on Monday, ordered parties to maintain status quo till January 17.

He further directed all that all defendants should be served with all the papers filed adding that they should all appear in Court at the next hearing.

Incorporated trustees of the Centre for Justice and Peace Initiative filed one of the suits marked FHC/ABJ/CS/27/2019.

Joined as defendants in the suit, are: the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Abubakar Malami, the Chairman of CCT, Danladi Umar; the National Judicial Council, the Inspector-General of Police, ‎Mr. Ibrahim Idris, and the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki.

‎Also the other suit marked FHC/ABJ/CS/28/2019 was filed by the incorporated ‎trustees of the International Association of Students Economists and Management.

The suit has as the defendants, Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Malami; the CCT, the CCB, the Chairman of CCT, Umar; and the Inspector-General of Police, ‎Idris.

The ex parte application in the suit FHC/ABJ/CS/27/2019 was moved by R.A Lawal-Rabana (SAN), before Justice Maha on Monday, while the ex parte application filed in the suit marked FHC/ABJ/CS/28/2019 ‎was moved by Mr. Jeph Njikonye.

The applications were filed before the Federal High Court in Abuja on Monday while the CCT proceedings where Onnoghen was being expected to be arraigned was ongoing.
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FG engages CJN Onnoghen same prosecutor who grilled Saraki, Ekweremadu [Full details of proceedings

The Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) has adjourned to Tuesday, January 22, the proceedings in the non-declaration of assets charge against the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Walter Samuel Onnoghen.

The adjournment came following the agreement of all parties that the charge and summons was not properly served on the CJN who did not appear at the tribunal.

The Federal Government has employed the services of a former Commissioner of Justice in Kano State, Aliyu Umar, to head the team of prosecutors, while a leading Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Wole Olanipekun is the lead counsel to the defendant.

Umar was also the prosecutor during the trial of Senate President, Bukola Saraki and his deputy, Ike Ekweremadu.

The tribunal chairman had at exactly 10am when the charge marked CCT/ABJ/01/19, was called up, demanded to know why the CJN was not in court and if he was served with the charge.

Responding, Umar, the prosecutor told the court that the CJN was served through one of his personal assistants.

“When we went to his house, he directed his personal assistant to collect the charge on his behalf. His personal assistant endorsed it, so he has been served”, Umar who led five other government lawyers, told the tribunal.

However, Chief Wole Olanipekun, who led many Senior Advocates of Nigeria and other lawyers, told the tribunal that the CJN had filed a motion dated January 14, challenging the jurisdiction of the tribunal to try him.

He said: “My lord we are not just challenging the jurisdiction, we are even challenging the jurisdiction of this tribunal to even sniff that charge”, Olanipekun submitted.

Olanipekun further challenged the competence of service of the charge, insisting that under sections 123 and 124 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, ACJA, 2015, criminal charge ought to be personally served on a defendant.

Meanwhile, after a clerk of the Tribunal, following a query from the Chairman, confirmed that the charge was received on behalf of the CJN, by one Sunday O. Osai who was identified as his personal assistant, the prosecution counsel, applied for FG to be allowed to effect another service of the charge on Justice Onnoghen.

The prosecution,however, pleaded the court to direct that the charge should not be handed to another person aside the CJN.

Following argument over legal technicalities for about an hour, the Chairman of the tribunal, Justice Danladi Umar directed that the six-count charge against the CJN should be served on CJN personally before adjourned date.

He also directed that all the interlocutory applications would be heard on that day.

Over Senior Advocates of Nigeria (SAN) sighted at the CCT as part of the defence team of the Chief Justice of Nigeria included: Wole Olanipekun, Adegboyega Awomolo, Kanu Agabi, Chris Uche, Yusuf Ali, Garba Tetengi, Effiong Offiong, Kehinde Ogunwumiji, Paul Erokoro, Tawo Tawo, Victoria Awomolo, Sebastine Hon and Chukwuma-machukwu Ume among others.
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Court fixes new date for commencement of CJN Onnoghen trial as Judge demands he is served with the charge personally

After CJN  Walter Onnoghen was allegedly not present at the Court today, the Code of Conduct Tribunal, CCT, sitting in Abuja has directed that the six-count charge the Federal Government preferred against him be severed in his presence or personally.
A three-man panel of Justices of the tribunal headed by Justice Danladi Umar also fixed Tuesday next week for the CJN to appear before it to enter his plea to the charge.

Aliyu Umar, SAN, who nis the leading prosecuting counsel told the Tribunal that Onnoghen directed his personal assistant to received the charge on his behalf after he was absent at the hearing.

The CJN was expected to appear before the Danladi Umar-led tribunal on Monday to defend cases bothering on failure to declare his assets.

Danladi Umar had demanded to know why the CJN was not in court and if he was served with the charge.

The head of prosecution council, Alhaji Aliyu Umar, told the court that the CJN was served through one of his personal assistants.

He said, “When we went to his house, he directed his personal assistant to collect the charge on his behalf. His personal assistant endorsed it, so he has been served.”

Hhowever, the Judge directed that the CJN be served personally and adjourned the matter till next week Tuesday.
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Presidency to Gov Samuel Ortom- Desist from further basing your campaign to be re-elected on lies regarding the President

Benue State Governor  Samuel Ortom  has been called out by the Presidency to desist from further basing his campaign to be re-elected on lies regarding President Muhammudu Buhari but rather give more attention to the dire issues relating to his State.

The Presidency in a statement signed by its spokesperson  Garba Shehu says, 'Governor Ortom's campaign is clearly one designed to stir division and hatred, and to divert the people's attention from his inability to pay staff salaries and pensions for several months'.

It read thus;

"It has been noted that the governor has been visiting churches in the state where he falsely tells congregations about President Buhari's so-called plans to Islamise Benue State.

"This nonsense has formed the basis of his campaign, because he has nothing to offer Benue people.

"The allegations coming from Ortom were particularly unfair, when one considers how much support the governor received from the Federal Government, which supported his grazing laws as a means to end the farmer-herder crises that have plagued the state.

"If not for President Buhari's insistence that the governor be given a chance to effect the law, he would have faced resistance from different sources and found it difficult to implement.

"While advising Ortom to immediately stop his dubious attacks on President Buhari, the Federal Government calls on the people of Benue State to not fall for Ortom's deception and allow themselves to be hoodwinked by such a negative campaign.

"They should instead, ask him why he has refused to pay staff salaries and pensions for months, and what he did with the funding from the excess crude account which should ideally have gone towards addressing such payments"
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Welcome back to school- Here are 3 tips which will help your kid at his upcoming common entrance exams.

As parents, you always have to be at the forefront to get the best for your child and excelling at a common entrance exam is no exception.

Most kids might even forgotten their bags, school sandals, uniform and writing materials already after all the enjoyment and after eating all the christmas chicken and jollof rice. So as a parent you might want to start brushing them up again to speed and help them regather their stuffs so as to have a very good term in school this year.

Many parents get shoved with their children not meeting up with cut off marks of top schools and end up sending their children to an average school they might end up regretting later in future.

Here are 3 tips which will help your kid at his upcoming common entrance exams.

1. Get an experienced home teacher or tutor for his exams preparations

Hire a proficient home tutor or private lesson teacher from Prepclass Home Tutors to help assist your child in his preparations. Parents often make the mistake of getting a home teacher from their child's school to help in preparations.

For the preparation of the common entrance exam, parents would have to work with tutors or teachers that have or have shown experience in taking children for the common entrance exam. You can hire the best maths tutors, general science tutor, quantitative home tutors, english home tutors, and verbal home tutor for your child's exam preparations from Prepclass today.

They currently have a database of over thirty thousand (30000) home tutors in Nigeria today and the best part about them is you can always hire a tutor in your location such as home tutors in Lagos, home tutors in Abuja, home tutors in port Harcourt , home tutors in Lekki. Or you can reach out to them on the following lines 09035321117 or 08059811502 or click here to sign up.

2. Get past common entrance questions for your kid.

In preparing your child for the upcoming common entrance. You would have to get past questions on the various subjects he would be taking in the upcoming exams. Solving past questions helps your child get used to the types of questions frequently asked and setting a time limit while solving the questions is also advised. The easiest way to get past question material is work with a Prepclass trained home tutor

3. Change your kids previous reading strategy .

 As parent you might want to bring up new ways to help your kid learn faster and last longer while reading that might to get the child burnt out or too tired. so you should introduce the automatic 6-8pm daily hours evening reading for your kid if you must allow him have a good night rest and at least have to entertain himself watching the TV to keep his mind sharp.

Furthermore, It is important to develop a homework routine for your kid that fits with your family’s schedule. Generally, it has been shown that kids are more successful with homework completion shortly after school.

The later your kid does his homework the more likelihood he would demonstrate frustration, lack of motivation or behavior problems. Determine what time homework will be started, remove distractions and ensure a quiet work area with access to necessary study materials. Treat homework similar to a sporting event by cheering for accomplishments and offering support and encouragement when difficulties arise.

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CJN, Walter Onnoghen must be present before CCT for his trial to continue- FG

The  prosecution team has insisted that Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Walter Onnoghen must be present at the Code of Conduct Tribunal, CCT for his trial to continue.
Recsll that CJN  Walter Onnoghen is being prosecuted by the President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government for alleged false assets declaration.

Aliu Umar, who is the lead prosecutor, told the Danladi Umar-led tribunal that Onnoghen must appear in CCT to have his charges read to him.

Umar argued that Onnoghen cannot afford to be absent during his trial.

He maintained that there was no law that says a defendant can refuse to appear before a court just on the grounds of contesting jurisdiction.

“He should be here, he may refuse to be arraigned and say that he is contesting the case,” Umar said.
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Sentor Dino Melaye charged by Police for illegal arms possession

Embattled Senator Dino Melaye has been charged by the Nigerian Police for possession of illegal weapon. According to the charged filed before the Federal High Court in Abuja the department recovered a pump-action gun from the residence of the Senator after the raid in July last.
The charge sheet marked, FHC/ABJ/CR/07/2019 reads

“That you, Dino Melaye, representing Kogi West district in the 8th National Assembly, on or about the 20th day of July 2018, at about 12.30 hours under the jurisdiction of this honourable court, unlawfully had in your possession one automatic pump-action shotgun and 20 cartridges, which were recovered at your residence located in the Ayetoro Gbede area of Kogi State, when a search warrant was executed on the directives of the Nigeria Police Force at your above mentioned residence under your control and thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 27(1)(a)(i) of the Firearms Act Cap F28 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.”

According to the police the Eight persons that were present at Dino Melaye's house when the discovery was made will stand as a witness against him.

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See First photos form the Code of Conduct Tribunal where CJN Chief Justice of Nigeria Walter Onnoghen is arraigned

The Chief Justice of Nigeria Walter Onnoghen is scheduled to be arraigned before the Code of Conduct Tribunal in Abuja today after he allegedly refused to declare his assets after he assumed office back in March 2017
In support of the CJN,  Senior Advocates of Nigeria who have volunteered to be on the defence team of the CJN have since arrived the court. They include Wole Olanipekun, Chief Kanu Agabi, Chief Chris Uche, Chief Adegboyega Awomolo, Mrs. Victoria Agabi, Sebastine Hon, Chukwuma-Machukwu Ume, Kehinde Ogunwumiju, Garba Tetengi A.T Kehinde, Effiong Offiong, Yusuf Ali, Sylva Ogwemoh, Paul Erokoro, Tawo, and many others.

Security within the CCT is water tight as police officers in their numbers are positioned all around the vicinity.

The CJN is yet to arrive the tribunal.

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Walter Onnoghen conspicuously absent as the Code of Conduct Tribunal CCT, commenced hearing before the tribunal by the Federal government.

As revealed by photos that has now gone viral online today in the proceedings into the charges filed before against Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen, the CJN was  conspicuously absent as the Code of Conduct Tribunal CCT, commenced hearing before the tribunal by the Federal government.
The Chairman of the Tribunal, Umar Danladi and the two other presiding judges of the tribunal, are already seated.

The lead counsel in Onnoghen's defence team, Wole Olanipekun, has informed the CCT that it does not have jurisdiction to hear the case. He argued that the procedure for service was not adhered to based on the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, ACJA. Says Onnoghen was not personally served and he ought to be served.

The case is still being heard at the moment.

His absence might be due to the instruction by the South South governors forum to the CJN to shun the shun the tribunal's invitation. Onnoghen is being accused of failing to declare his assets after assuming office in March 2017.

There are allegations that Onnoghen is being harrassed because he is from the South South region. Militants in the Niger Delta region have threatened to shut down the country if Onnoghen is removed from office.

47 SANs led by Chief Wole Olanipekun (SAN) with about 47 other lawyers are representing Onnoghen.
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Man sets social media on fire after sharing photos of all the ladies he had sex with 18+

A young man has taken to social media to share photos of him alongside women he has had sex with and the pictures are making strands online as he is seen having sex with some of the ladies in the pictures.
Continue to see more photos below.

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Veteran rapper Olusegun Osaniyi A.K.A known as Lord Of Ajasa critically ill needs funds to undergo surgery

Olusegun Osaniyi otherwise known as Lord Of Ajasa is now critically ill after it was confirmed he was  Peptic Ulcer Pperation. and need s surgery if he stands any chance of  survival.

Lord of Ajasa is currently at the Ikorodu General Hospital where he's receiving treatment.

 A s reported by Alariwo of Africa who shared the story,

'he needs to be moved to a better and more equipped hospital so as to get the BEST medical attention. I got a message from his wife begging me to speak to his colleagues to save her husband. When I called Ajasa earlier today, he confirmed that the story is true.

'Let's all come together as fast as we can to help out as nothing is to small..Supporting him financially to stay alive is the best remedy than saying sorry, which we reject in JESUS name. Send your donation to his account details: 0015198342 Osaniyi olusegun GTB..GOD Bless us all' he wrote.

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See photos of 10-year old girl"s skin brutally slashed by her madam for stealing her baby milk

In a photo that has bow going viral online is a house-girl badly battered by her madam and this has got everyone talking
According to reports, the injury on the girls body was inflicted by her employer because she stole the woman's baby's milk.

The 10-year old girl"s skin was brutally slashed by her madam after the alleged theft leaving her bleeding incessantly.

Ibadan woman disfigures her househelp for allegedly stealing her baby

The girl's madam is reportedly now in custody in Sanyo police station, Ibadan, while the little girl has been taken to the hospital to have her injuries treated.

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