Showing posts from October, 2019

#BreakingNews: Onitsha on Fire

 #BreakingNews: Fire 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥Break out for Upper-Iweka from Tanker  wey carry fuel driving on full speed and fail break. One woman don burn to death with her baby View this post on Instagram My igbo brothers and sisters In Onitsha Am deeply sorry for the fire outbreak Today Afflictions shall not Rise again God will continue to save his people And everything Gonn be alright Take Heart it is well . A post shared by Angela Okorie (@realangelaokorie) on Oct 16, 2019 at 2:22pm PDT The Fire don burn from Upper Iweka, reach Ochanja , Ochanja Round out about. All the decking ther don catch fire. The fire don burn go Amobi Market,. Still the fire enter one Plaza  wey dey behind UBA Bank for Ochhanja. The fire don kill one woman and her pikin. Properties, houses, business goods burn down. The Fire still dey o. #Fire_Service for Onitsha and Asaba don come, go back because their water. The one for Awka pack for Limc

Efcc recovered N65.5 million from INEC office

The EFCC raided INEC's Zamfara office following a petition by one of the INEC ad-hoc staff. Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have uncovered about N65.5 million during a raid on the Zamfara office of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). The recovered funds stacked in two fire proof safes, were recovered by the EFCC officials of Sokoto zonal office during a search conducted in offices of the HOD Accounts and Cashier of the INEC, Zamfara State. In a statement made available to the public, the anti-graft agency noted that the recovered funds, N65,548,000 in total, comprises 81 bundle of N1000 notes, 97 bundles of N500 notes and 96 pieces of N500 notes. The money, according to the EFCC, is suspected to be 40% illegally deducted on funds released to the INEC office in Zamfara, to cater for the rent of canopies, tables and chairs, as well as funds for Registration Area Center (RAC) and movement of men and materials to polling un

Man Utd told what to do Solskjaer after Europa League draw

Manchester United manager and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s former coach, Ole Olsen, has urged the Red Devils to give the Norwegian more time to build his team at Old Trafford. Olsen, who gave Solskjaer his debut for Clausenengen aged 17, claimed the current players the Norwegian inherited at the club from former Man United boss, Jose Mourinho have not been good enough. “This Manchester United team isn’t his. He handled it well in the beginning, but he’s been unlucky too, with injured players and with his players not scoring chances. “They have not been good enough either, but it’s difficult to play against teams who lie in their own box. “Liverpool and Man City can open teams up, United isn’t good enough yet. They are meeting a wall 60 metres from goal and United don’t have the service from someone like (Kevin) De Bruyne to create. “You have to be accurate to open up opponents, but United need better players too and they can’t buy any until 2020.” Solskjaer’s men will tak