Showing posts with label Politicians. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Politicians. Show all posts

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Edo State politician and businessman, Barr. Ken Imasuangbon escaped death in fatal auto crash (Photos)

Barrister Kenneth Imasuagbon narrowly escape death when a heavy duty vehicle veered off its lane and crashed into his convoy along Benin-Agbor expressway while he was returning from a function in Ewohimi, Ondo State. The politician and businessman popularly known as Rice-man, is currently in intensive care at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital, UBTH.

Talking on the victim's present health condition, the chairman medical advisory committee, UBTH, Doctor Alfred Ogbemudia said Barrister Kenneth Imasuangbon was responding to treatment as a team of doctors were working to ensure his speedy recovery. Some PDP members who were present in the hospital, Senator Odion Ugbesia and Chief Dan Orbih, expressed appreciation to God for sparing the life of the victim. Barrister Kenneth Imasuangbon is a former PDP governorship aspirant in Edo state.
See pix from the accident scene after the cut:

Thursday, 12 December 2013

President Goodluck & Olusegun Obasanjo had breakfast in Kenya after Obasanjo publicly criticized him.

While Nigerians were fighting each other over the 18-page letter of open critics Obasanjo wrote to President Jonathan, the duo were busy having breakfast in Kenya.
 According to Channels,
President Goodluck Jonathan and former president, Olusegun Obasanjo on Thursday had breakfast together in Nairobi, Kenya. Both men were among other African leaders that graced the 50th Independence Anniversary celebration of Kenya on Thursday, December 12. Obasanjo’s visit was said to have taken everybody by surprise as it contradicts the expected nature of the relationship between both men, owing to recent public criticisms of the President by Obasanjo. 
The unexpected meeting held prior to the anniversary event which was held at the Safaricom Stadium in Kasarani, Nairobi with former president, Obasanjo paying a surprise visit to President Jonathan at the Intercontinental Hotel, Nairobi where they had a private breakfast together.

Wednesday, 11 December 2013

John McCain compares President Obama to Hitler for shaking hands with Cuban President (Photos)

This is the reason why people should stop voting anyone over the age of 50 into political office. These old timers are still fighting wars that happen over 50 years ago. Let's move on people. For goodness sake who are we to judge with all the violence and nasty videos that is shown via the internet. it's really sad.
According to MSNBC
John McCain knows about friendly contact with dictators. 
That’s the best explanation for the Arizona senator’s attack on President Obama Tuesday for shaking hands with Cuban President Raul Castro at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service in South Africa. 
“It just gives Raul some propaganda to continue to prop up his dictatorial brutal regime,” McCain told Public Radio International. And then the money quote: “Neville Chamberlain shook hands with Hitler.” 
It was inevitable Obama would take some heat for shaking hands with Castro. But the level of vitriol from McCain is genuinely surprising.

Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Photo of the day! President Obama takes a selfie with David Cameron & Helle Thorning-Schmidt.

At the memorial service of late Nelson Mandela in South Africa, David Cameron and Barack Obama took a picture of themselves alongside Denmark's prime minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt. Who would have guess these world leaders are into selfie? It's fun to have fun!

Sunday, 8 December 2013

"Send all immigrants back home" British top politician Victoria Ayling says in a shocking video.

British high profiled politician, Victoria Ayling, was caught on tape referring to illegal immigrants in clumsy wording that wasn't meant to be public. The video has caused uproar among british citizens and non; although, most people think she spoke for majority while others think she is a racist.
According to Daily Mail
A high-profile UKIP politician is facing a racism storm after being caught on camera saying all immigrants to Britain should be sent back home. Victoria Ayling, who made headlines when she defected from the Tories in March, made the inflammatory comments in a 20-minute video seen by The Mail on Sunday. 
On the subject of immigration she talks about restricting the numbers of foreigners entering the UK, but then adds: ‘I just want to send the lot back, but I can’t say that.’
She then goes on to joke that her controversial remark could one day come back to haunt her. She said: ‘[It could be used for] some future get back at me. Bribery, blackmail – we need the blackmail music don’t we.’

Friday, 22 November 2013

ALERT! Spanish ten new laws with outregeous fine that are shocking Spaniards

Foreigners living in Spain and tourists in visiting Spain should take note of these new laws so as to avoid getting into big trouble. On Tuesday Spain unveiled a draft Citizen Security Law which demands huge fines for everything from filming a policeman to drinking on the street. The release of Citizen Security Law has raised more than a few eyebrows. Thee prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, said the law was not meant to gag citizens but protect them. "One of the obligations of the government is to guarantee the liberty and security of all of its citizens," he said. But Joan Coscubiel, a spokesperson for the Izquierda Plural group in parliament, called the law a kick in the teeth for democracy, saying; "This is not a citizens' security bill, it is a citizen-repression bill.
Read the new laws after the cut:

Friday, 8 November 2013

Ghanaian minister fired for saying she plans to make $1million from politics

According to BBC News, Ghana's Deputy Communications Minister Victoria Hammah has been sacked after she was recorded allegedly saying she would stay in politics until she has made $1m (£600,000).

"If you have money then you can control people," she seems to say on the tape which has been widely circulated. Ms Hammah has not yet commented on the tape or her sacking. The BBC's Sammy Darko in Accra says she played a key role in President John Mahama's election last year.

Some pundits will feel vindicated over her sacking, as they warned that she was too young and inexperienced to serve in government, our correspondent says.
In August, she said there was a lot of pressure on her to steal public money because people thought that, as a minister, she was rich. She described such demands as "obnoxious", reports the Ghanaweb news site. "Corrupt politicians are the reflection of [a] corrupt society!" it quotes her as saying.

Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Spaniards write on banknotes to show their anger with bankers & politicians. (see screenshots of banknotes)

Can someone please travel back in time and stop Rajoy's (Mariano Rajoy: current Spanish Prime Minister) parents from meeting each other?
Some Spaniards have found an unusual way to vent their anger with the country's politicians and bankers by writing messages on banknotes. It's quite an act of rebellion as Spain's crisis crawls on into its sixth year and some Spaniards have taken to expressing their disaffection by writing messages on banknotes. Apparently no one is going to rip up these little messages because of the value of the paper they are written on; Instead the notes are passed from hand to hand, providing food for thought for people.
See more banknotes after the cut:

Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Photo Of The Day! Honorable Chidi Lloyd Caught In Lies.

Honorable should hide his face for all these lies and for trying to fool Nigerians.

Dishonorable Honorable Chidi Lloyd Claims He Was Almost Killed Whereas He Almost Killed Someone. (Photos & Video)

River State House of Assembly leader, dishonorable honorable Chidi Lloyd, shared his own version of the brutal incident that happened yesterday in the House Of Assembly. Click HERE read the full gist and watch the shameless actions of Nigeria lawmakers. 

I'm speechless! How did these hoodlums become politicians? How can a lawless man make laws for the people? 
I beg, watch the video and the previous post and see to what extent Nigeria has fallen. 
See the pictures of him at the hospital and watch the video after the cut:

Saturday, 6 July 2013

Chadian Ex-President Charged With War crime In Senegal.

Senegalese police have arrested Chadian ex-president Hussein Habre and a special court in Senegal has officially charged him with war crime. He is accused of torturing and killing thousands of opponents during his rule.

Mr Habre seized power in a bloody coup d'├ętat in 1982 and ruled the country till 1990 when he was forced out as the country's president. After his reign, he fled to seek refuge in Senegal with his nuclear family.

The 70-years-old was arrested in his resident in Dakar and put to trial. He had denied the allegations laid against him. Meanwhile, his victims filed complaints against him under Belgium's universal jurisdiction law to have him tried wherever he was.

Friday, 5 July 2013

President Goodluck Jonathan Condemns Egyptians For Ejecting President Morsi.

Nigeria’s Federal Government said Thursday that it had received news of the ousting of President Mohammed Morsi of Egypt and the suspension of the country’s constitution with serious concern.

Egyptian Armed Forces overthrew the first democratically elected President of Egypt after protesters gathered near the Presidential Palace for days.

Nigeria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a statement referring to the developments as "a truncation of the aspirations of the Egyptian people to freely express themselves through the ballot box." 

"This unfortunate development is a gross violation of the Constitutive Act of the African Union, which prohibits unconstitutional change of government. It constitutes a serious setback to the remarkable progress which Africa has made in fostering the culture of democratic governance in the continent," the statement further read. "Nigeria calls for the immediate restoration of the democracy order in Egypt and urges the Egyptian Armed Forces to allow the democratic culture to thrive in the country."

#I dont expect a chicken to be happy when watching another chicken being roasted. lol

Thursday, 4 July 2013

Morsi Mohammed Is No Longer Egyptian President As Egyptian Army Takes Power.

Thousands celebrate after military chief, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, declared the removal of elected president Mohammed Morsi on Television. 

In a military coup, president Mohammed Morsi was forced out and the head of Egypt's armed forces issued a declaration suspending the constitution and appointing the head of the constitutional court as interim head of state.

General Sisi called for presidential and parliamentary elections, a panel to review the constitution and a national reconciliation committee that would include youth movements.

The Egyptian military have assured the U.S. that they are not interested in a long-term rule. A statement on the Egyptian president's office Twitter account quotes Mohammed Morsi as calling military measures "a full coup."

U.S. officials say the Egyptian military has said it will take steps to ensure the safety of Americans in Egypt, including the diplomatic mission.

Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Has Peter And Paul Okoye Of Psquare Ported From Music To Politics? (Photos)

It seem Peter and Paul Okoye of P-Square are switching from music to politics has they are always seen around politicians these days. Check them out with Chinedu Ikedieze and the Oga@thetop himself, President Goodluck Jonathan. 

Sunday, 28 April 2013

President Obama Diss Media & Political Foes At This Year's White House Correspondents' Dinner.

After his rap entrance music, President Obama entertained 3,000 guests with controversial jokes at this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner on range of subjects from Jay-Z, his wife's haircut and his political foes.

He said his advisers said he should stick to the traditional format and make jokes knocking himself down a peg or two.
He added: "After four and a half years, how many pegs are there left."
"I still make rookie mistakes", he said, "Like i'm out in California, we are at a fundraiser, we are having a nice time and i happened to mention that Kamala Harris is the best looking attorney general in the country. As you might imagine, i got trouble when i got home. Who knew Eric Holder was so sensitive?:
He referenced his likeness to the Satan actor in The History Channel's show "The Bible" saying that maybe the channel didn't attend because they were too embarrassed for associating him with evil. He then added, "That never stops Fox News from turning up, they thought that comparison was not fair to satan."
On his appearance, the president noted his graying hair and presented a picture of himself photoshopped with Michelle Obama style bangs. He said he wanted a little energy and a bit of change for his second term with the new look.

He also acknowledge his controversial celebrity relationships and his rap star pal's trip to Cuba, he said, "I have got 99 problems and now JayZ is one."
Watch and enjoy the full speech after the cut:

Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Nigeria Politics: 419 Politicians Made In Naija!

Can you read what's written on the sign board?
It's only in Nigeria people leave government and still remain in government to milk it dry.
This office was built during James Ibori's tenure for the former deputy governor. Naija na wa!

Tuesday, 12 February 2013

Video shock: Silvio Belusconi made a sheep of himself in italian radio program "A day to be sheep"

Silvio Berlusconi, ex-prime minister of Italy was a host yesterday at the radio 2 program "Un giorno da pecora" meaning "a day to be sheep" and despite intelligently trying to be on the defensive side, the crew outsmarted him and ended up making a fool out of him by asking him to hail his eternal rival football team, Inter Milan. He actually did hailed them at the 1:09 minutes by saying "with great happiness i say 'Forza Inter!'"

Being the smart politician that he is, he started playing politics when the crew asked him to say "Mafia is bad & irritating" lol

Anyway, they really made a sheep out of him by pressing him to say what he never would have said. lol

Wednesday, 6 February 2013

LMAO! Christiane Amankpour Of CNN Mocks President Goodluck Jonathan Of Nigeria On Electricity.

I'm officially a fan of Christiane Amanpour! This woman sure knows how to deal with and bring out the legs of politicians like Nigerian's president GEJ. The last interview she had with him, he lied about Nigerians being happy with the electricity, but guess what, something happened at the Super bowl that brought out the issue and you trust Nigerians can never fail to make reference in such things.
Watch this video, you will get the full gist and cannot help but love this woman.

Saturday, 15 December 2012

Check Out P-Square's Pictures From Their Rwanda Show Last Night.

Nigerian R&B duo P-Square performed at the Amahoro Stadium in Kigali, Rwanda on Friday night as part of the country's ruling political party's 25th anniversary celebrations. The stadium was filled up with 52,000 sitting capacity and a football pitch. 

I really envy these guys but does anyone notice anything from the 1st and 2nd pictures .....abi na my eyes dey deceive me? uhm..don't mind me jare...i'm a bad chick! lol