Monday, 11 August 2014

Newly married nurse confirmed to have Ebola in Lagos

A newly married nurse who had direct contact with late Patrick Sawyerr, the Liberian with the first case of Ebola virus in Nigeria, has tested positive to the deadly disease.
According to the Minister of Health, Onyebuchi Chukwu, the husband of the nurse is among the 177 people placed under surveillance.
He said that ten cases of the disease have so far been confirmed in Nigeria, two of them dead while eight are alive and undergoing treatment.

A nurse who had direct contact with Patrick Sawyer died last Wednesday August 6th.

Saturday, 9 August 2014

Graphic pics: ISIS behead Christian children plus Horrific pics of ISIS atrocities

Islamist Militant group ISIS has been killing non-Muslims in many cities in Iraq and Syria in their effort to eradicate the Christian faith in the countries...and they are not sparing children. There's been several executions of believers, including crucifixions and the beheadings of children. The children's heads are being erected on poles in a city park according to an eyewitness who spoke with CNN.
"There is a park in Mosul where they actually beheaded children and put their heads on a stick and have them in the park. The world hasn't seen this kind of atrocity in generations"  a prominent Chaldean-American businessman Mark Arabo told CNN.

See some of the horrific photos and images of extreme brutality by ISIS on their prisoners. Members of the Sunni Shaitat tribe are taken from their homes rounded up and marched to their deaths. ISIS shared some these horrific images online. Continue...

Tuesday, 25 February 2014


Gunmen suspected to be members of the Boko Haram sect have attacked and killed some students of the Federal Government College Buni-Yadi in Yobe State north-east Nigeria. Witnesses said the students were attacked in their hostels at night and slain by the hoodlums instead of the usual gun to avoid the attention of security men within town.

The Federal Government College Buni Yadi is a co-educational institution located some 55 kilometres south of Damaturu the Yobe State capital. The spokesman of the 3 Special Operation Battalion, Damaturu, Capt Eli Lazarus, who confirmed the assault on the innocent students said the casualty figure is yet to be confirmed because of the destruction of telecom masts in Buni- Yadi by the sect. However, the Hausa Service of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is reporting that about 29 students were slain during the attack while an unknown number burnt to ashes.

The service also reports that the perpetrators of the attack burnt down the school. Buni Yadi is the capital of Gujba Local Government Area of the state. Today’s attack is the fourth recorded on schools in Yobe since the commencement of the insurgency as GSS Damaturu, GSS Mamudo and College of Agriculture, Gujba were attacked last year.

Yobe state governor, Ibrahim Geidam is on his way to the school for an on the spot assessment.