Friday, January 25, 2013

Rot in Police College: Senate Orders Police To Submit 5-year Financial Records

The Senate’s Public Accounts Committee has ordered the Nigerian Police authorities to submit to it the records of appropriation and implementation of the budgets on the Nigerian Police College in the last five years.
Chairman of the committee, Senator Ahmed Lawan, in a telephone interview on Thursday, that the committee would commence its investigation by first examining the contents of the documents on the budgetary allocations to the college before taking further steps.

He said, “We are asking the police authorities to submit the documents first. We are going back in five years, because we know that the rot in the police college did not start last year; it has been there for a very long time.
“We have refrained from inviting anybody because we don’t want them to tell us what they want us to hear. We will first look at the books and ascertain the facts. Then, we will invite anyone, where necessary.”
He also promised that the investigations would be thorough and be different from the usual probes by Senate’s standing committees.

Lawan said, “As the Senate’s Public Accounts Committee, we operate differently. It will not be the usual invitation of people and then hold a public hearing.
“We will be take a careful look at what has happened, and we suspect that other agencies of the Police are involved. We will move from this stage to the other so that we can get to the bottom of the problem.”
The rot in the police came to the fore after Channel Television showed pictures of the degraded state of the police college in Ikeja.
The executive had already set up a committee to investigate the situation at the college, with a view to proffering corrective measures to the problems of the institution.
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May D welcomes baby boy with girlfriend, Debola

May D's longtime on & off girlfriend, Debola, gave birth to a baby boy yesterday. Debola is the same chick that tattooed May D’s name on her arm and back. Congrats to them.

Police arrests Bisi Komolafe’s husband over property

The family of late actress, Bisi Komolafe have used the police to arrest and detain Tunde Ijaduola for failure to return the properties of the late actress.
MetroNews exclusively gathered that Tunde was arrested on Tuesday at his family house in Epe and was brought to State Anti Robbery Squad office in Ikeja where he is currently cooling off as a guest.
It could be recalled that the family of the late actress have been at war with Tunde after the death of the actress over her properties which they believe are in possession of Tunde.
Last week, Tunde returned the Honda Pilot car to her Ikorodu house but still took a Tv set which he claimed was his inheritance from his late dad.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Man Burn Pregnant Brothers Wife to death

A seven-month pregnant woman was recently set ablaze and burnt to death in Umuekechi village, Umuekwunne community in Ngor-Okpala Local Government Area of Imo State. It was learnt that she was doused with fuel and set ablaze by her brother-in-law. The woman's sin was that she poured water on the man’s dog.
The man has since been handed over to the police.
Source from Sun Newspaper

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Steve Jobs Apple 'visionary' dies aged 56

Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple and the man who led a mobile-computing revolution with wildly popular devices such as the iPod and iPhone, dies aged 56.
 Jobs' death was announced Wednesday by Apple, the Silicon Valley company he co-founded with Steve Wozniak.
The hard-driving executive pioneered the concept of the personal computer and of navigating them by clicking onscreen images with a mouse.
Good night Steve

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Determined To Fight Wrinkles ?

If you love the white stuff -- we're talking sugar, folks -- your sweet tooth could be making your skin sag, crinkle, and wrinkle before its time. Blame glycation. That's what happens when sugar hits your bloodstream, gloms on to proteins, and forms the aptly named AGEs, or advanced glycation end products. AGEs are bad news for your skin. They damage the collagen and elastin fibers that keep it strong and supple.
While scientists aren't ready to say "sugar causes wrinkles," docs know from observing people with poorly managed diabetes what out-of-control blood sugar does to skin -- and it isn't pretty. Bluntly put, it causes "premature" aging.
That should be extra inspiration to skip the cakes, cookies, and sugary drinks and fill your plate with wrinkle fighters. Here's even more: There is plenty of scientific proof that certain nutrients help nourish the fibers that keep skin stretchy and healthy, says Manhattan dermatologist Amy Wechsler, MD, RealAge expert and author of The Mind-Beauty Connection. Step right up to the beauty buffet and serve yourself this way:

Monday, May 16, 2011

Quotable Qoutes

 "Each generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it"
George Orwell