Thursday, 17 December 2015
"I remember being that girl in the middle of the gas station trying to call 9-11 or call my mom and he's got me by my head and by my hair and he's pulling me back and there's people just watching and they don't know what to do. And all you could hope for is that someone will save you. But at the same time, you don't know how to save yourself."Another time,
"He literally put a bullet in the gun and pointed it at my face."
Herewith a further update on the fine imposed on MTN Nigeria and renewal of cautionary announcement: Further to the SENS announcement issued by the Company on 4 December 2015, shareholders are advised that all factors having a bearing on the matter have been thoroughly and carefully considered including a review of the circumstances leading to the fine and the subsequent letters received from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC).
This afternoon, heavy traffic was witnessed around the Niger bridge in Onitsha as a result of the security measures put in place to curb the activities of pro-biafra protesters. People had to walk with both hands up and many were subjected to stop and search before they were allowed to cross the bridge. Security agencies, including the Nigerian Police, the Military and road safety are still present there to control the movement of people and vehicles respectively.
Press statement from Lagos state Rapid Response Squad
Operatives of the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) acted on a tip-off from Governor Akinwunmi Ambode and arrested a gang of narcotic specialist with eighteen sacks full Indian-hemp. The four suspects that were apprehended were Quadri Jimoh, 23, Tajudeen Busari, 33, Ukowa Udomma, 34, and Yakubu Mudashiru, 30. One man later identified as Olumide (a.k.a. Aroso), the gang leader, who also deals in various drug substances, escaped.
Beautiful ladies. Photos credit: Manza beauty..