Showing posts from May 20, 2015

NLC Threatens To Shut Down NIPOST Offices Nationwide

The president of The  Nigeria Labour Congress Mr. Ayuba Wabba and the employees of The National Union of Post and Telecommunication on Wednesday shut down the operations of the Nigerian Postal Services in Abuja to protest an alleged decision of the management (of NIPOST) to compel Level 07 members of staff, numbering over 4,000, to join the Senior Staff Association of Communications, Transport and Corporations, against their wish
Wabba said that the NIPOST management wrote the Accountant General’s Office to send check-off dues deducted from Level 07 officials of the organisation who have been in NUPTE for over 30 years to the SSACTAC. He said the NIPOST management violated the rights of workers to belong to unions of their choice. The NLC President also denied a claim by SSACTAC that the matter was before the court and that a prevailing court order had been issued to restrain the NLC from further action.
He said: “Section 40 of our Constitution says there is freedom of association. T…

Nigerian police unveils 259 customized patrol vehicles

On Monday May 18th, the Nigerian police launched 259 customized patrol vehicles at a ceremony at the Force Headquarters in Abuja. IG of Police, Solomon Arase, who unveiled the vehicles said the vehicles are specially designated 'Safer Highway Patrol Vehicles' that will work nationwide. Each vehicle has been customized to specific states. 

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National Assembly members move out of Assembly complex

Ahead of the May 29th inauguration of a new administration, some lawmakers have started moving out their personal effects from their offices within the National Assembly complex. Pictures show some of their assistants helping them move. 

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Amaechi paid out N300million to acquire illegal injunction to stop my inauguration - Wike

Press statement from Rivers State Governor-Elect, Nyesom Wike. Read below... Barrister Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has decried the use of the office of the Attorney General of Rivers State by outgoing Governor Rotimi Amaechi to file a suit for Rivers State All Progressives Congress ( APC ) to stop his inauguration.  Addressing members of the inauguration and transition committees on Tuesday in Port Harcourt,  Barrister Wike announced that the Federal High Court in Owerri has struck out the suit filed by Attorney General of Rivers State and the Rivers APC.  He informed that credible information available to him indicates that Governor Amaechi paid out N300m to some lawyers out of an agreed N500m for the procurement of the illegal order which has failed. 
Barrister Wike noted that the state became bankrupt because of the outgoing governor's fixation on stopping his inauguration and his siphoning of government funds to shop for unconstitutional court orders. 
He said it was unfortunate that …

Bruce Jenner says he may be transforming into a woman, but he's not removing his eggplant..for now!

During Keeping Up With the Kardashians aired few days ago: About Bruce special, Kim K asked her step dad if he was planning to undergo gender reassignment surgery 'So, like you don't have a surgery to remove your genitals and then that means you're the woman?' Kim asked. 'Remove...oh, the little thing down there? That's kind of the last thing you do. You can do an awful lot down there (before that). As of right now, no, I haven't scheduled an appointment.' Bruce said. Bruce admitted having a nose job, laryngeal shave, and cosmetic procedures on his upper lip and forehead but said he hasn't fully decided on breast augmentation but promised his daughters that Bruce the man will be gone in five to six months and his new female identity will replace him.
When Kourtney asked him if he was going to date men or women, the 6 '2' former athlete said he had no present plans. 'I am not planning on dating or doing any of that. I don’t know what I wo…

See Beautiful Gowns worn at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet

Doutzen Kroes in Christian Dior.

The female celebrities that attended the 2015 Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet worn beautiful and show-stopping gowns you wish you were the one in it.

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Emily Blunt in Stella McCartney.

Cate Blanchett in Armani Privé.

Natalie Portman in Lanvin.

Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton

Irina Shayk in Versace with Chopard jewels

Adriana Lima in Ulyana Sergeenko with Chopard jewels.

Mindy Kaling in Salvador Perez with L’Dezen by Payal Shah jewels.

Eva Longoria in Gabriela Cadena with Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

Lily Donaldson in a beaded gown

Salma Hayek in Gucci.

Camila Alves in a Gabriela Cadena gown and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.

Anja Rubik in Atelier Versace with Chopard jewels.

Petra Nemcova in Zuhair Murad Couture with Chopard jewels