Everyday for the thief, one day for the owner!! See photos of Boko Haram members captured by the Civilian JTF in Borno days after attacking some villages. The insurgents were presented to the state Governor, Kashim Shettima earlier today being 5th Of August 2015.
Wednesday, 5 August 2015
Kim Kardashian flew all the way down to New Orleans to celebrate the 21st birthday of her biggest fan, a woman from Louisiana who goes by the name Myleeza Kardashian. Over lunch on Tuesday, Kardashian had her daughter North West sing “Happy Birthday” to Myleeza on FaceTime, along with Kourtney Kardashian’s kids Penelope and Mason. She was also given a pair of Yeezy sneakers. See the photos below!
There was mild drama in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Monday night, as scores of commercial s*x workers staged a candlelight procession in honour of their colleagues, who were allegedly killed by suspected ritualists, weekend.
Dressed in black apparels, the s*x workers, who stormed the state secretariat of Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, Oke-Ilewo, Abeokuta, wailed as they mourned their colleagues.
One of the dead, who was simply identified as Sitira, was found dead at a refuse dump site at Olomoore junction in Abeokuta on Sunday morning.
Suspected ritualists were said to have abandoned the corpse of the 23-year-old prostitute after severing some flesh from her body.
The late Sitira was said to have been thrown off a moving Sport Utility Vehicle, SUV, along Abeokuta-Lagos Expressway.
Speaking with reporters, the protesters claimed that beside Sitira, another colleague was killed by suspected ritualists.
They said the mutilated remains of the second s*x worker was discovered in a ditch at Olomoore, Abeokuta.
During the procession, about 50 commercial s*x workers, plying their trade in Abeokuta, converged on the NUJ secretariat and also at the nearby residence of former Head of Interim National Government, Chief Ernest Shonekan.
They identified Sitira with different names: Titi and Folake.
Bearing candle sticks, they chanted solidarity slogans and rained curses on the killers of their colleagues.
The s*x workers momentarily barricaded the NUJ secretariat and later departed for the MKO Abiola International Stadium, Kuto, Abeokuta, where they continued their mourning.
They chanted: Oro nla leda, oro nla leda, eyin tepa Titi, t’eje odagba, oro nla leda. Omo yin maku, eeeheee omo yin maku, eyin tepa Titi t’eje odagba, omo yin maku.
It means: You have done something grievous, you have done something grievous. The killers of Titi (Sitira) have done something grievous.
Their children will die, their children will die, those that killed Titi will lose their children.
Looks like the interest in Caitlyn Jenner is waning as ratings for her reality seriesI Am Cait
plummeted for the show’s second episode.
According to Entertainment Weekly,Sunday’s hour had only 1.3 million viewers, a drop of more than 50 percent from the show’s premiere.
I Am Cait
premiered somewhat modestly too,considering the amount of media buzz surrounding Jenner in recent months.The series debut had 2.7 million viewers, then grew to 3.9 million with DVR playback.
A sneak peek for the next episode of the reality series shows Jenner and her transgender girlfriends talking about dating and their femininity at a dinner party at her Malibu beach house. They looked surprised when she said they would be more feminine if they date guys
'You would feel more feminine if you were with a guy,'I can appreciate the male form,' she admits
Paul Okoye may be enjoying marriage a little too much as he has described it as “a beautiful experience”, saying unless you are married you will hardly discover the truth about it.
“For example, the issue of oil theft that we talked about when they came before us. We hope that during their period of time, they will take up the responsibility required. We are all keen to restore the image and reputation of the Armed Forces.
“I believe that what we are starting today with their confirmation is the beginning of that journey to restore the glory of the Armed Forces of our great country.”