Wednesday, November 9, 2016

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Graphic photos from a Boko Haram suicide attack in Golori, Borno state

 Two persons lost their lives while six others sustained serious injuries after two suicide bombers attacked Golori community in Borno state yesterday night. See graphic photos from the scene after the cut.

Dems find early scapegoat in FBI Director Comey

Democratic strategists will spend years seeking answers to how they could have charged into Tuesday's elections with such high hopes only to suffer such a catastrophic, across-the-board defeat.
In the meantime, they have James Comey.
The FBI director stunned the political world late last month when, just 11 days before the election, he announced an extension of his investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while she headed the State Department.

Taylor Swift went to the polls and quietly revealed who she's voting for

Taylor Swift completed her civic duty by voting and she wants you to do the same.
While remaining silent about who she's voting for, unlike fellow-extremely-famous-peopleBeyoncĂ© and Lady Gaga who publicly support Hillary Clinton, Swift simply encouraged her followers to "go out and VOTE." 

Heartbreaking! See Unbelievable Thing Zimbabwean Girl Did To Herself After Her Nigerian Boyfriend Rejected Her Pregnancy

A Zimbabwean student studying at Cyprus International University (CIU) allegedly committed suicide in her apartment on Saturday after her Nigerian boyfriend, who is studying at the same institution, reportedly got her pregnant and denied responsibility, The Herald reports.

Ministry Of Women Affairs Laments Increasing Cases Of Abandoned Babies

Yomi Adagazu, Director of Child Development in the Nasarawa State Ministry of Women Affairs, has raised alarm over increasing cases of abandoned babies in Lafia, the state capital, and environs.
Mrs. Adagazu expressed concern over the trend in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, on Tuesday in Lafia.
She noted that three babies were abandoned at different locations in Lafia and environs within the last one month.

Governor Fayose Visits Fani Kayode In Custody

The Ekiti State Governor Ayo Fayose, Tuesday said the continued detention of the former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani Kayode by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), was an act of vendetta.
Speaking with newsmen after his visit, the governor called on the federal government to stop playing god and allow the former minister to enjoy bail earlier granted to him by the court. The governor questioned the rationale behind the former ministers continued detention since the EFCC has resolved to arraign him on November 10.