Sunday, September 23, 2012

Cross Rivers State First Lady, critically ill from liposuction 'Tapeworm' Operation.

First Lady of Cross Rivers State, Obioma Liyel-Imoke is said to be dying of an infection caused by tapeworm ingested in her system by some Indian specialists 2 years ago during an operation they performed on her to reduce her size from an 18 to 14 or less.

US Ambassador killed in Libya: Barack Obama dispatches US marines to hunt killers

US embassy in Libya
Culled from: The Telegraph

Barack Obama dispatched 50 US marines to Libya to help hunt down the killers of American ambassador Chris Stevens as suspicions grew that the attack was planned and carefully orchestrated.

The president vowed that "justice will be done" after Mr Stevens, 52, was killed by an Islamist mob in an attack on the US consulate in the eastern coastal city of Benghazi. Three other Americans were also killed in the raid, which came on the anniversary of September 11.

Photos of the female British Soldier who didn't know she was pregnant until she gave birth in an Afghanistan Camp

 Yes, you read well.

This woman, 28 year old Lynette Pearce was fighting the Taliban when she went into labour and gave birth.

Rihanna Shows off her butt as she performs on stage with only a tiny top (Photos)

This Rihanna girl is strong sha.

Breaking News: Suicide Bomber hits Catholic Church in Bauchi during Mass

BAUCHI, Nigeria (AP) — A suicide car bomber attacked a Catholic church conducting Mass in northern Nigeria on Sunday, killing two people and wounding another 45 in a region under assault by a radical Islamist sect, officials said.

An Associated Press journalist heard the explosion after 9 a.m. Sunday in the city of Bauchi, which has seen a number of bombings and shootings blamed on  Boko Haram. The blast appeared to hit a parking lot alongside the St. John's Catholic Church in the city.

Sad story..Police Kill Ugo Ozuah 5 days after his wedding

A very sad BB broadcast about a young man who was allegedly shot by the Nigerian police has been going around with family and friend of the victim demanding for justice and requesting that the broadcast be carried around until it reaches appropriate authority.

One of the broadcast messages sent by Kemi Awe, his Unilag class mate who knew him personally read: