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BREAKING: Food Dealers Agree To Lift Ban On Supply To South

BREAKING: Food Dealers Agree To Lift Ban On Supply To South
BREAKING: Food Dealers Agree To Lift Ban On Supply To South
BREAKING: Food Dealers Agree To Lift Ban On Supply To South

 

iexclusive News Nigeria reports that the leadership of Cattle and Foodstuff dealers under the aegis of Amalgamated Union of Foodstuff and Cattle Dealers of Nigeria (AUFCDN) has agreed to…

They reached the agreement at an ongoing meeting with some governors in Abuja on Wednesday.

 

Abdullahi Tom, a youth leader of the cattle dealers in Lagos, told Daily Trust Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State is among the leaders who appealed to them to end the industrial action.

 

Details later…

 

Toyin Lawani Goes Naked To Show Off Amazing Body Art Photos

Toyin Lawani Goes Naked
Toyin Lawani Goes Naked To Show Off Amazing Body Art Photos
Toyin Lawani goes naked to show off amazing body art in celebration of her 39th (photos
 

Fashion entrepreneur, Toyin Lawani, took to Instagram to share these photos of herself posing completedly naked to show off her amazing body art in celebration of her 39th today, March 1.

 

See full photos below.

Prophet Iginla: Sheikh Gumi, Buhari Should Secure The Release Of Pst Bulus

Prophet Iginla
Prophet Iginla: Sheikh Gumi, Buhari should secure the release of Pst Bulus
Prophet Iginla: Sheikh Gumi, Buhari should secure the release of Pst Bulus

 

iexclusive News Nigeria reports that Prophet Iginla has called on FG and Sheikh Gumi to urgently negotiate for the release of Pastor Bulus Yakuru

 

Prophet Iginla said the federal government and Gumi should adopt the negotiation measure used in releasing abducted students to ensure pastor Bulus’ freedom.

 

The Abubakar Shekau-led faction of Boko Haram had abducted the pastor of Church of the Brethren (EYN) on 24 December, 2020, during an attack on Pemi village in Borno State.

 

The terrorist group had threatened to killed Pastor Bulus within seven days.

 

He said: “Am a bit worried over the pastor that was captured in Borno and given 7 days ultimatum.

 

“I watched the clip asking for the federal government to come to his rescue.

 

We will pray for him and urge government to look at it that aside being a pastor and a Christian, he is a citizen of this country.

 

“If the captured students can be released through negotiation with the bandits, then they should negotiate for this pastor too.

 

What is good for the goose is good for the gander.

 

“I beg the federal government to negotiate for his release if they can’t rescue him by sending military personnel.

 

If we don’t have a clergy who knows these people then the sheikh Gumi should rise to this occasion too for the release of this pastor.

 

“If we don’t speak out, they might behead him. We still have Leah in custody, and I’m worried. If the other people from other religions were being released then they should use the same means to release these other people from other religions too.”

 

Messi Will Leave Barcelona If I’m Not Elected President-Laporta

Messi Will Leave Barcelona If
Messi Will Leave Barcelona If
Messi will leave Barcelona if I’m not elected president-Laporta
Messi

iexclusive News Nigeria reports that Barcelona presidential candidate, Joan Laporta, has warned that the club’s captain, Lionel Messi, will leave Camp Nou if he is not elected president.

 

Laporta believes he is not guided by money and is hopeful the Argentine captain will agree to his offer when it comes to renewing his contract.

Joan Laporta

Lionel almost sensationally quit Barcelona last summer in the wake of the club’s humiliating 8-2 defeat against Bayern Munich after growing disillusioned with proceedings both on and off the pitch.

 

His future at Barcelona is uncertain as he is yet to sign a new deal with the La Liga giants.

 

The 33-year-old’s contract with Barcelona will expire this summer.

 

But Laporta, who is favourite to win a second spell in charge of Barcelona when elections to replace Josep Bartomeu as president are held on Sunday, promised he would do everything possible to keep Lionel at the Blaugrana.

 

“I have a great relationship with Lionel and he will consider whatever proposal I make,” Laporta said during a TV debate on Catalonian channel RAC1 on Tuesday with rivals Toni Freixa and Victor Font.

 

“If I don’t win, I’m sure that Leo will not stay at Barcelona.

 

“Messi will weigh up the offer we make him. I am convinced that if the other candidates win, Messi will not remain at Barcelona. He was not happy during Freixa’s time on the board.”

 

Bobrisky Gives Cash Prize To 3 Fans Who Tattoo His Name On Their Body Video

Bobrisky Gives Cash Prize To 3 Fans
Bobrisky gives cash prize to 3 fans, who tattoo his name on their body (Video)
Bobrisky gives cash prize to 3 fans, who tattoo his name on their body (Video)

 

iexclusive News Nigeria reports that Nigerian Cross-dresser, Bobrisky, has again shown appreciation for a plethora of loyal fans.

Who tatted his name/face on their body.

 

This trend is on the increase as his fans keep getting tattoos of the cross-dresser to show solidarity and perhaps, get some money from the Nigerian male barbie.

In a video shared on his Instagram page, Bobrisky rewarded three fans, a boy and two girls with cash in his own little way to thank them for immortalizing his name on their body.

 

He also promised to have dinner with them.

 

See video below

IPOB Won’t Handover ESN To Govs – Nnamdi Kanu Replies Uwazuruike

IPOB Won’t Handover ESN To Govs
IPOB won’t handover ESN to govs – Nnamdi Kanu replies Uwazuruike
IPOB won’t handover ESN to govs – Nnamdi Kanu replies Uwazuruike

 

iexclusive News Nigeria reports that IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu, Wednesday berated Ralph Uwazuruike, founder of the Biafra Independence Movement.

 

For asking that the Eastern Security Network, ESN, be handed over to the Southeast governors.

 

Kanu challenged Uwazuruike to create his own security outfit and hand it over to the governors.

 

Kanu stated this in a statement signed by the spokesman of IPOB, Emma Powerful.

 

The statement reads: “The attention of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has been drawn to the shameful statement credited to the hotelier and hostel builder in our society.

 

Who has been parading himself as the leader of a shameless and disgraceful group called MASSOB /BIM, Chief Ralpheal Elebeanya Uwazuruike.

ESN

That God-ordained Eastern Security Network, ESN, security outfit established by our liberator Mazi Nnamdi Kanu should be handed over to South East Governors to manage.

 

“How on earth did Uwazuruike think that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu should handover the heavenly ordained ESN to the slaves installed by the Caliphate in different Government Houses in Biafraland?

 

His intention of making such stupid suggestion is to turn ESN into another Eastern region version of the heavily politicized and now toothless security outfit formed in other regions.

 

IPOB cannot fall for their trap!

 

“Uwazuruike is not ashamed of himself by trying to use ESN to cover his atrocities in Biafraland.

 

Uwazuruike was the man who boasted that he had more boys than Mazi Nnamdi Kanu that should he unleash his boys no place would contain them.

 

“We, therefore, challenge Uwazuruike to form his own security outfit and hand over to the South East and South-South governors. IPOB and its leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu are capable of managing ESN to pursue its mandate.”

 

Produce Tinubu Assets Declaration Form – EFCC Ask CCB

Produce Tinubu Assets Declaration Form
Produce Tinubu Assets Declaration Form - EFCC Ask CCB iexclusive News Nigeria reports that EFCC has asked CCB to produce Tinubu's asset declaration form as probe deepens
Produce Tinubu Assets Declaration Form – EFCC Ask CCB

 

iexclusive News Nigeria reports that EFCC has asked CCB to produce Tinubu assets declaration form as probe deepens

The EFCC probe of Bola Tinubu has taken a different turn as the anti-graft agency has asked for copies of the former Governor of Lagos state asset declaration form from the Code of Conduct Bureau.

 

This online news medium recall that the Peoples Gazette had first reported that the investigation into BAT began last year after the removal of erstwhile Chairman, Ibrahim Magu.

 

The letter marked CR/3000/EFCC/LS/Vol4/322, dated November 6, 2020 and addressed to the Code of Conduct Bureau, was signed by the then Lagos zonal head, Abdulrasheed Bawa who is now the Chairman of the EFCC.

 

It read;

 

“In view of the above, you are kindly requested to furnish the commission with the outstanding requested information of Bola Ahmed Adekunle Tinubu.

 

“This request is made pursuant to Section 38(1) and (2) of the EFCC Act 2004.”

 

A senior EFCC official who confirmed the authenticity of the letter, told Punch that it was part of a wider probe.

 

The source added that the probe was sequel to some petitions written against him since 2018 which Magu had failed to act on.

 

He said;

 

“The letter is authentic. The EFCC is in receipt of several petitions against him including one involving alleged fraud in Alpha Beta Consulting

Toddler Falls From 12 Story Building But Survives

Toddler Falls From 12 Story Building
Toddler Falls From 12 Story Building
Toddler falls from 12 story building but survives thanks to a delivery driver 

iexclusive News Nigeria reports that a toddler fell from 12 story building but survived, thanks to a delivery driver who saved her

 

A delivery driver in Vietnam is being called a hero after he miraculously caught a toddler who fell from a 12th-floor balcony.

 

Nguyen Ngoc Manh, 31, was sitting in his truck, waiting to deliver a package to a residence in Hanoi on Sunday, Feb 28, when he heard a child crying and a woman screaming overhead.

 

He said that he initially brushed off the commotion as just a kid having a tantrum.

 

But when Manh noticed people on the street panicked and shouting, he rolled down his window and looked up.

 

To his horror he saw a little girl dangling 164-feet in the air, VN Express International reported.

 

The heart-stopping moment was captured on video and shared on social media.

 

Manh, a father himself, immediately exited his truck. Trying to gauge where the girl may land, he climbed a 6-foot wall between where he was stopped and the apartment complex.

 

Toddler falls from 12 story building but survives thanks to a delivery driver (video)

 

“I scaled the wall and saw that she could fall onto the metallic roof of the house used to store electric generators for the complex, so I tried to climb on top of it,” Manh told VN Express.

 

“I made it, but couldn’t stand firmly, as the roof was crooked.”

 

As the girl lost her grip on the balcony railing and started falling, Manh slipped. But he flung himself forward and caught the toddler.

 

She wasn’t crying, he said, but blood was dripping from her mouth.

 

“She looked so much like my child at home. I was so confused, only able to tell her, ‘Please, please, I’m here now,'” Manh told VN Express International.

 

The little girl was taken to a hospital, where doctors treated her for a dislocated hip, but said she had no other injuries.

Manh sprained his arm catching her.

 

Many on social media hailed Manh as a hero, but he told VN Express he doesn’t care for the label. He said he just wants to “do good.”

South East Town Union Igbos can feed themselves 

South East Town Union
South East Town Union Igbos can feed themselves 
South East Town Union Igbos can feed themselves

 

iexclusive News Nigeria reports that following the threat by some Northern Groups to end the supply of food items to the South.

 

The Association of South East Town Union has said the people of the region are capable of feeding themselves.

 

The Union National President, Emeka Diwe, and the Secretary, Gideon Adikwuru, in a statement on Tuesday, said it would within a short time put a stop to the capital flight caused by what they called “the imperialism of the northern agro-cartels in Igboland.”

 

The union noted that the blockade on food supplies to Igboland by the North cannot make them cower, shake or scamper for help as may be the belief of some Nigerians.

 

According to the statement, the decision of the Northern traders had helped the plan of Ndigbo through the association to attain total self-sufficiency in food production.

 

“The target is to encourage the steady and seamless repatriation of Igbo wealth back home, thereby unleashing the potential in all the sectors of the local economy and facilitate job and wealth creation for our people through various value chains.

 

“We prepared for it, and it has aided the materialisation of our initiative and fast-tracked our agenda which is to harvest home our wealth and make our land an oasis of prosperity among the Black race,” ASETU said.

 

This online news medium recall that the Amalgamated Union of Foodstuffs and cattle Dealers of Nigeria had embarked on an indefinite strike.

 

Vowing not to supply food items to the South to protest alleged maltreatment of Fulani herdsmen and some Northerners residing in the south.

 

The union also demanded compensation of N4.75 billion to its members, over alleged losses incurred during razing of their properties at Shasha market in Oyo State

 

 

386 Soldiers Quit Army In 1 Year – Reps

386 Soldiers Quit Army In 1 Year – Reps
386 Soldiers Quit Army In 1 Year – Reps
386 Soldiers Quit Army In 1 Year – Reps

iexclusive News Nigeria reports that 386 soldiers quit Nigerian army in one year, house of representatives reports

 

The House of Reps Committee on Army says its investigation revealed that 386 soldiers voluntarily disengaged from the army due to medical and other reasons in the second quarters of 2020.

 

The chairman of the committee, Abdulrazaq Namdaz, who presented a report to the house yesterday, said records by the army indicated that 356 soldiers left the army after losing interest, 24 left to take up traditional titles; while six were discharged on medical grounds.

 

He said the records also indicated that 6,752 soldiers were discharged from the service in the last five years; while 25,655 soldiers had got enlisted within the same period.

 

“The lack of commitment on the part of some soldiers is the major reason for voluntary discharge from service. The army disclosed to the committee that some soldiers, having seen the reality of going to the battle front, especially against Boko Haram usually voluntarily discharge from the service.

 

“Those soldiers did not realize that engagement in the Army is more than a job; it entails personal commitment, regardless of welfare package.

 

“The documents show that all the voluntarily discharged soldiers were Non-Commissioned Officers (NCO), ranging from Master Warrant Officer (MWO) to private (PTE).

 

“Based on the facts available to the committee, there was no mass resignation from the army. Individual soldiers resigned on their own from their units.

 

“The army also told the committee that many soldiers also voluntarily resigned because they simply lost interest in the profession and wanted to take up or look for another job.

 

“Others voluntarily discharged from the service to take up traditional titles. There are also a few who voluntarily resigned for health reasons.

 

“Soldiers do not resign in group, rather each soldier resigns on his/her own choice as an individual by submitting his/her own hand-written resignation letter to his/her own unit.

“It has become a routine that every year soldiers resign voluntarily, and so the case of the resignations in the second quarter of 2020 is not unusual.”

 

Namdas further said that the document presented to the committee by the army command also revealed that 1,908 soldiers left the Army voluntarily or on medical ground, while 4,844 left was as a result of regular run out date.

 

The committee recommended that the Nigerian Army improve on the welfare of its personnel, especially those in battle fields or other combat operations, to make them more committed to their job and to the nation.

 

It also recommended effective monitoring or follow-up in the delivery of the welfare packages in all the Army formations to ensure that they reach the soldiers in a fair and equitable manner.