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Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Jonathan maybe impeached as Senators initiate moves

Investigations has revealed that some Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) senators on Monday had started compiling impeachable offences against President Goodluck Jonathan.
The impeachment moves against the president is what they described as the high level of impunity and corruption allegedly being condoned by his administration.
An All Progressives Congress (APC) member of the Senate, who confided the development in Punch correspondent on the condition of anonymity, explained that his aggrieved PDP colleagues in the upper chamber had started reaching out to the opposition senators.
He said, “I was personally consulted this evening over the issue and I also cross-checked from my colleagues who also told me that they had been contacted.
“The grouse of the lawmakers, according to the person that contacted me, was that Jonathan’s handling of the last week Thursday’s invasion of the National Assembly by the police was carelessly handled by the Jonathan administration.
“From the look of things, the proceedings will start on Tuesday because some signatures had been collected already.”
Another senator from the PDP, who also craved anonymity, also confirmed the development to our correspondent stating that it was certain that the President was not capable of superintending over a free and fair election in 2015.

Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Dangote cement now sell for N1000

Succour is now in place for Nigerians as Dangote Cement Plc has announced a 41% reduction in the prices of cement, with the different grades now selling for between N1,000 and N1,150, exclusive of Value Added Tax. Now, 50kg of the 32.5 cement grade sells for N1,000, while the higher 42.5 grade will go for N1,150 per bag instead of the current N1,700 that both grades were sold for.

President Jonathan to unveil N100 centenary note Wednesday

President Goodluck Jonathan will on Wednesday unveil the specially designed commemorative N100 banknote by the Central Bank of Nigeria.
The CBN disclosed this in a statement on Monday in Abuja.
The bank said the commemorative note was part of its contribution to the centenary celebration and was in line with its mandate of issuing legal tender currencies for the country.

How police man kills child, crushes wife over N2,000

Like a scene from a horror movie, a police corporal, Lucky Ikharia, on October 30, allegedly used a bus to crush the legs of his wife, Dupe. Having left her for dead, Lucky went home where he allegedly stabbed his baby, David, to death, ripping out the toddler’s intestines.
Still in a rage, the policeman turned the knife on himself in an attempt to take his own life.
PUNCH Metro, however, learnt that Lucky and his wife survived but both were in critical conditions.
PUNCH Metro learnt that the incident occurred at the family’s rented apartment in Kale Close, Mafoluku, Oshodi last week.

Sunday, 2 November 2014

Flourish land Assembly presents free medical camp

The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Flourish land Assembly  is set to organise a two-day free medical camp. It is tagged : Health and Wellness Seminar.

According to the Church parish Pastor, Oludare Adanri, the programme is organised to address various health challenges facing the society.

He said "there will be free medical check-up on hypertension, Cancer, Diabetes, Arthritis and many more.

The major organiser of programme, The Good Women, called on the society to avail their self of the opportunity.
The programme will hold on 15th and 16th of November at 7 Ilupeju bypass,  Ilupeju Lagos.