Monday, 7 October 2013
Last Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians is proof — because it was the reality TV show’s lowest ratings of the season. The one-time hit E! show gathered a mere 1.79 million viewers overall and only 1 million viewers between the ages of 18 and 49, which is said to be the most important demo in TV, compared to the Season 8 premiere, We’re Having A Baby, that boasted 3.02 million overall viewers. “This is looking really bad for the Kardashians and their show,” an industry insider said. “When Kendra Wilkinson‘s show dropped below 1 million viewers they dropped it, so the Kardashian reality show is definitely in trouble.” Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and Kris Jenner‘s show has hovered all season in the 2.5 million average viewers mark, so Sunday’sBaby Shower Blues episode proved a steep decline in interest by viewers. Finally am happy if it ends. Why am i surprised though the game is up after all in America they are known as the 1st family of fakery.
Radar On Line.
Governor Godswill Akpabio of AkwaIbom State, on Friday, attributed the many problems in the country to false prophecies by some clergymen. A statement sent to Sunday Punch by the Special Assistant to the governor on Media, Mr. Jackson Udom said the governor made the observation at a Gala night in honour of the participants of the 28th General Assembly of Christian Council of Nigeria in Uyo. The governor said, “A lot of problems we have in this country are because some bishops and pastors speak when God has not spoken.”
A 9-year-old boy snuck through security at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and boarded a Delta flight to Las Vegas without a boarding pass on Oct. 3. The boy, believed to be a runaway, passed through three security checks and found a seat on the plane — even though he did not have a ticket! "He had to pass three levels of security," Trippler says. "You have the TSA, the gate agents, and the flight crew and a child comes through without even a seat assignment." What a very brave boy. Its obvious the security is very lax and needs to be overhauled.
President Zuma receiving blessing
President Jacob Zuma, who has been under sustained attack from young politicians like Julius Malema and Lindiwe Mazibuko, says those who insult leaders in positions of authority would be cursed. Zuma says this is because God has made a connection between the government and the church. He was addressing the 33rd Presbyterian Synod in Giyani, Limpopo, on Sunday.
Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has described as a primitive, display of self- righteousness, comments credited to the former Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode over last Thursday’s crash of an Associated Airline in Lagos. Fani-Kayode has however, joined issues with PDP, saying, “I was not indicted of stealing any money by the Senate Aviation Committee that they referred to in 2008.” PDP in a statement by its Deputy National Publicity Secretary, Mr. Abdullahi Jalo, said it was unbecoming of a man that used every opportunity to sermonise on virtues of his faith to employ the occasion of any air mishap to vaunt an un-existing legacy as former aviation minister. Jalo noted that PDP stood firmly on its exhortation to the aviation authority that last Thursday’s mishap should not constitute a set-back to the progress so far achieved in the sector.
A report submitted by a staff of Associated Airlines in 2009 detailing the fraud involved in the maintenance of aircraft at the airline might have prevented the fatal crash that claimed 15 lives on October 3 when the Embraer 120 twin prop aircraft plunged to earth less than three minutes after takeoff. The Ikeja–Lagos based Associated Aviation Limited, which is linked with the corrupt former governor of Edo State, Lucky Igbinedion, has reportedly cut corners in the maintenance of the 23-year-old aircraft. According to aviation records, it was last flown on August 30, two weeks before the crash. Nigerian aviation officials often collude with influential airline owners by looking the other way in lieu of bribes frequently taken from aircraft owners. For instance, it took the effort of a whistleblower within the defunct Air Nigeria for the aviation authorities to revoke the airworthiness licence of Air Nigeria in the wake of the fatal Dana Air crash in 2012. The licence was however swiftly restored shortly under mysterious circumstances, to the consternation and outrage of families who were left bereaved or impoverished by the crash.
Diezani Allison Madueke
There is a fresh call for the investigation of Petroleum Minister, Diezani Allison Madueke. This move comes via the demand of a group of civil rights organisations operating under the banner ' Coalition against Corrupt Leaders'. The coalition put action to their voice, with a protest call at the office of anti corruption agency, the E.F.C.C. (Economic and Financial Crimes Commission) on October 1. Sources confirmed they chose that date (Independence day), to show the significance of their demand.
Allison Madueke. The group ( CACOL) led by it's executive chairman, Debo Adediran- and accompanied by a huge number of supporters - submitted a 3page petition to the Head of Operations of the agency. Part of their demand is that the agency should investigate alleged Oil deals between the minister and oil companies, as well as rate of Oil theft.
At least 20 people were killed when Islamist group Boko Haram attacked a town in northeast Nigeria, triggering clashes with troops stationed there, the military said on Sunday. A spokesman for Nigerian forces in northeastern Borno state, said the Islamists crept into the town of Damboa in the early hours of Saturday. They killed five worshippers at a mosque as they said their morning prayers, he said. "While they were unleashing their mayhem, troops ... engaged the terrorists, killing 15 in the process while others fled," the military spokesman, Captain Aliyu Danja, said in a statement.
Police in Abuja are investigating the suspected murder of a female lawyer, Mrs. Ijeoma Micah, whose lifeless body was found mutilated, yesterday, in her chambers in the highbrow Maitama area of Abuja.
Ijeoma, the owner of Micah and Micah Chambers, was found dead in her office three days after she was said to have gone missing. Her husband, who it was learnt, arrived from London on Sunday morning, rushed to her office, as it was gathered that he had not heard from her for three days, only to discover her lifeless body.
Kenyans Go Hard On Controversial Kenyan Housemate Huddah Monroe After She Instagams Naked Picture Of Her Bum
Yesterday Kenyan BBA Housemate uploaded a naked picture of her arse in the air with a curse finger up. I guess the heat got too much, Kenyans via Twitter , Facebook went hard on her and she deleted/replaced the picture See picture after cut:
Barbaric and extremely shameful are the words I can use to describe the gruesome killing of four UNIPORT students.
The deed has been done, but are we sure that would be the last, would there not be a repeat??? Are we just going to talk about it till it becomes stale?
There are lessons to be learnt. I have some to offer:
A FAILED POLICE FORCE
1) We have lost faith in our Police Force, if we still believe in them, the boys would have been taken to the Police Station, and everyone would be rest assured that the case would be handled well. Can you imagine, the Policemen on ground complained that they didn’t have enough bullets to scare the mob away? The Police has failed us, Aluu is not a remote village, and this barbaric act lasted for about four hours.
- We need a total overhaul of our Police Force, an a re-introduction of it should carefully mapped out.
Wg Cdr Oyinprebi Soroh. rtd.
Wing Commander Oyinprebi Soroh, (rtd) brother to Elaiye in an interview with Vanguard said: “I cannot explain the way I feel at the moment but I wish I could have stopped the crash. I feel said about the entire event.” Oyinprebi, who now operates an online prayer ministry, ‘The Network Prayer Partners,’ said: “ I had a dream that it would happen. After that, I prayed about it and I called on others members of the page to also do so.” “I know that if we hadn’t prayed about it, there wouldn’t have been any survivors,” he added. Vanguard gathered that the late engineer had planned to leave Associated Airlines for another employer.
The family of late former Governor of Ondo State, Dr. Olusegun Agagu, whose remains, while being conveyed to Akure in an aircarft chartered from Associated Airlines, crashed last Thursday in Lagos said, yesterday, that the choice of the ill-fated plane was not that of the family. 15 of the 20 passengers and crew on board the aircraft died in the crash. The Agagu family in a statement by Femi Agagu to clear the air on the controversy surrounding the choice of the airline said: “The contracts for the purchase of the casket, the hiring of the hearse, arrangement for the flying of the corpse from Lagos to Akure, the stage for the lying-in-state as well as the transportation to Iju Odo were between Ondo State Government and MIC as part of the plans to give the former governor a state burial.”
Efforts to buy another casket after the gold one bearing the remains of former Governor of Ondo State, Olusegun Agagu, was retrieved from the crash site were rebuffed by coffin sellers, Saturday Independent has revealed. According to a reliable source, “some members of the Agagu Burial Planning Committee and close family associates were seen making frantic efforts all morning to buy another casket from Lagos sellers but they were snubbed.”
The Director General of the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Mr. Fola Akinkuotu, Sunday suspended the operations of Dana Air. General Manager, Public Affairs, NCAA, Fan Ndubuoke, who confirmed the suspension, said it was because its flight from Port Harcourt to Lagos made on air return due to technical problem. THISDAY investigations learnt that the aircraft lost one of its engines and this was the second time in a week that such an incident would happen. An informed source revealed that the aircraft had flown 38 miles away from Port Harcourt when one of the engines shut down, when it called the control tower. It was gathered that by the time it was making the air return, it had flown 45 miles with one engine, in an aircraft laden with passengers. Last year, the airline recorded a tragic air accident in Lagos that killed 153 persons on board. I think they should stop them from flying totally. My opinion. Do you think they should stop them flying or all local airlines should be stopped from flying. Share your thoughts.
Halle Berry and husband Olivier Martinez! A representative confirms that the couple welcomed a baby boy into the world on Saturday, Oct. 5. No other details about the baby, including his name or place of birth, has been released. Berry, 47, is already mom to 5-year-old Nahla, her daughter from a previous relationship with Canadian model Gabriel Aubry. Berry and Martinez married in a private ceremony in his native France in July.
Maybe it’s not exactly a mystery because it’s pretty obvious that Meg has been hitting the plastic surgery pretty hard, but none of these things are making her look younger or more attractive. Meg Ryan, who forged a career on her adorable girl-next-door looks, now looks freakish after too much Botox, filler injections and a bad lip augmentation. How has looking like a plastic surgery mutant become more desirable than looking like a human in their 50′s? Are old people really that repulsive that we’ll do anything to not show the signs of age nowadays?