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Thursday, 8 October 2015

Hilarious! Nigerians reactions to Sunday Oliseh after defeat to DR Congo


Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh is not Nigeria's favorite person right now. First we lost Enyeama after a tussle with him, & now we lost 2-0 in a friendly with Dr Congo. 

See some tweets after the cut

Scout Willis put her entire boobs on display


This is becoming a growing trend and also in support for the new campaign tagged #FreeTheNipple. The train has now move to Bruce Willis daughter Scout Willis (a strong advocate of campaign) who showed off her boobs in a sheer jumpsuit as she attended Rihanna's eighth album cover unveiling in LA on Wednesday. 

More photos after the cut...

355 Nigerians involved, 99 confirmed dead in Mina stampede


The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) today said that 355 Nigerians were involved in the Mina Stampede that occurred on September 24th and that out of the 769 people that died, 99 of them were Nigerians. 

The Commissioner in charge of Information, Research and Library Service of NAHCON, Dr Saleh Okenwa said 214 Nigerian pilgrims were still missing, 42 were injured and 7 are still on admission getting treatment.

President Buhari says Improving National Security Remains Topmost Priority


President Muhammadu Buhari has said that significant improvement in national security remains the topmost priority of his administration.

The President made the disclosure on Thursday in a statement signed by his Special Adviser on Media & Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, stressing that other socio-economic initiatives cannot be successfully implemented without adequate security in the Nigeria.

President Buhari, who was speaking at an audience with Britain’s Chief of Defence Staff, General Sir Nicholas Houghton, reaffirmed his administration’s determination to end the Boko Haram insurgency as quickly as possible.

Nigerian House of Representatives to commence investigation of $470 Million CCTV Contract


An ad-hoc committee of the Nigerian House of Representatives is to investigate the $470 million contract for the installation of CCTVs in Lagos and Abuja, which was awarded in 2010. The committee is expected to report back to the house in four weeks time.

This is in the wake of recent bomb blast in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Super Eagles of Nigeria Suffer Defeat to DR Congo


With all hopes high on newly appointed coach Sunday Oliseh, it seems the Eagles are yet to find their flying wings as they Super Eagles of Nigeria on Thursday lost 2-0 to the Leopards of Congo DR in a friendly played in Belgium.

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