Friday, 19 September 2014

South African Sports Don Nabbed For Drugs In Lagos



A 38 year old South African football coach, Steven Darlugar has been arrested by operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos for drug trafficking.

The married father of one was arrested during screening before boarding an Arik Air flight to South Africa. He is said to have neatly packaged the drugs which tested positive for methamphetamine in a compartment before it was discovered by officials.

When interrogated, Steven said he was promised $6,000 if he successfully trafficked the drug and that he ventured into the crime to support his family as the money he was making as a coach wasn’t enough.

“I am married with a child and have lived in South Africa for about a decade. I coach a team in South Africa. I have worked very hard to attain financial freedom, but have nothing in return. This is my first time of smuggling drugs. I was under financial pressure to cope with peers. A friend introduced me to drug trafficking as a way of making quick money.

They promised to pay me $6,000 to take the bag containing the drugs to South Africa.” NDLEA commander at the MMIA, Mr. Hamza Umar, said “Steven was apprehended on his way to South Africa. He was found in possession of 1.54kg of substances that tested positive for methamphetamine. The drug was concealed in a false compartment of the suspect’s luggage.”



Horror In UK! Jealous Nigerian Girl, 21 Bathes Friend With Acid Over Boyfriend




The victim before the acid bathe


The CCTV Footage

Jealous friend

A British born Nigerian girl, Mary Konye who has envied her friend, Naomi Oni for years ended up bathed her with acid, just in a bid to snatch her boyfriend. She has been charged to court and found guilty of the offense.
According to the information, a Victoria's Secret worker, Naomi Oni who had acid hurled in her face said her jealous childhood friend who attacked her spent years trying to emulate her looks.
Naomi Oni said Mary Konye was 'obsessed' with her, attempting to steal her boyfriend before deciding to 'destroy her'.
Miss Oni, 21, said Konye - who has been sentenced after being found guilty of the acid attack at Snaresbrook Crown Court last March, 2014 - copied her clothes and hairstyle, even mimicking the way she spoke, her laugh and walk.

She told The Sun: 'If I wrote texts, spoke, laughed or walked in a certain way, she'd do that too. And she'd say "I look just like you, don't I?"
'If police hadn't caught her, I'm sure she would have gone on to kill.'
On December 30, 2012 Konye, also 21, disguised herself in a Muslim veil to stalk her friend as she left the Victoria's Secret store in Westfield shopping centre in Stratford, east London, where she worked.
Shortly before Miss Oni reached her home in Dagenham, Essex, Konye doused her with concentrated sulphuric acid, leaving her scarred for life.
CCTV footage obtained by police after the attack showed Konye in a niqab following her as she left at the lingerie shop at around 11.30pm.
Konye faces jail after she was found guilty of the acid attack at Snaresbrook Crown Court last Match.
Miss Oni suffered serious burns to her face and chest, lost her hair and eyelashes, and required skin graft surgery to cover the burns. Miss Konye's obsession with her victim began when the friends were 11 years old.
But in April 2011 they fell out after Miss Oni discovered Konye was trying to steal her boyfriend, sending him anonymous texts claiming Miss Oni was sleeping with other men. Miss Oni said: 'She had copied my entire life - now she wanted my boyfriend.'
Giving evidence in court Miss Oni described how, on her way home, she got off at her bus stop in Dagenham and felt a ‘presence’ before turning to see someone in a niqab.
She then felt a ‘massive splash’ as the acid was thrown at her, disfiguring her face, dissolving her hair and eyelashes and burning her tongue as she screamed.
Describing how she felt after the attack, she said: ‘Am I a bad person? Why has this happened to me? I work hard ... No one’s going to marry me now.’
Miss Oni also revealed that when she told her alleged attacker what had happened, her friend texted back: ‘OMG. Can’t believe it. She also cried down the phone to Konye, who offered her support.
Miss Oni said in court: ‘I just had my bandages removed and it was the first time I saw my  face after surgery and I broke down and I had spoken to Mary that night  and I was crying on the phone to her and she was on the phone to me telling me, “don’t worry, you’ll be OK”.’
She added: ‘I was still on the phone to my boyfriend and I felt a presence. I turned to my left and I saw someone and a black abaya [cloak] or a black niqab. ‘I remember it facing me, staring. A presence directly looking at me. All I could see was eyes.’
She then said she felt the splash as the acid was thrown in her face and ran home shouting ‘acid, acid’. She said: ‘I immediately felt that someone was trying to kill me and so my instinct was to run as fast as I could to get home.
‘I felt, it wasn’t burning, it was a dissolving type of sensation. It was on my face and I remember,  as I had my mouth open screaming, it burnt my tongue.’
Mary Konye was born on 20 February 1992 in Newham, east London. Her father died when she was just two leaving her mother a single parent looking after her only child.
She gained eight GCSEs before studying for A-Levels in Sociology, Media, Business and Psychology at St Angela's Ursuline School, a Catholic secondary school for girls in Forest Gate. She spent another year at Southgate College doing A-Level retakes before winning a place at the University of Hertfordshire, studied accounting and finance in business.

Konye held down jobs in retail at New Look, Forever 21 and Next while studying. She was one term and an exam away from earning a BA honours degree when she was arrested last April for throwing acid over Miss Oni.
When she first appeared in court last May she applied on bail on the basis she was a regular churchgoer. Naomi Oni was born just nine days earlier than Konye on 11 February 1992 and had a far less turbulent childhood than her friend.
They became friends from an early age and Miss Oni, blessed with good looks, was encouraged by Konye to pursue a career in modelling and the fashion industry. Miss Oni was less successful in her education and she dropped out of sixth form.
She found a job at Victoria's Secret lingerie store in Westfield Stratford City and worked there full-time until Christmas 2013. She would often be put on late shifts, finishing at 11.30pm at night.
The aspiring make-up artist was being chased by several admirers and rowed with Konye about the attention she was getting. After Miss Oni fell pregnant she confided in Konye that her boyfriend at the time, was not being supportive.
Konye told him to provide the support Miss Oni needed. But Miss Oni was angered after learning that her friend had interfered with her relationship and the pair fell out.
Six months later they made up, but by then Konye had told college friends at Southgate that she wanted to throw acid over Naomi and that she would wear a niqab to disguise herself.
After becoming friends in year 8 at St Angela's Ursuline School they had a 'typical' relationship during their teenage years. Both admitted during the trial they would regularly fall out but then patch up their differences.


Thursday, 18 September 2014

Unbelievable! Archbishop of London Says, "There's No God"

Unbelievable! Archbishop of London Says, "There's No God" The archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, admitted to a crowd of hundreds at Bristol cathedral that he too has moments where he doubts the existence of God. He candidly told the many gathered about a recent moment of doubt that occurred while he was running with his dog. Welby shared these views during a live interview with BBC’s Lucy Tegg last weekend. “Do you ever doubt?” Tegg asked. “Yes. I do. In lots of different ways, really. It’s a very good question. That means I’ve got to think about what I’m going to say. Yes I do. There are moments, sure, where you think ‘Is there a God? Where is God?’” “I love the Psalms, if you look at Psalm 88, that’s full of doubt,” he continued. Welby then recounted a morning run with his dog, and pondering the injustice in the world. “The other day I was praying over something as I was running and I ended up saying to God: ‘Look, this is all very well but isn’t it about time you did something – if you’re there’ – which is probably not what the archbishop of Canterbury should say.” As the archbishop of Canterbury, Welby is the leader of the Church of England and the “80 million-strong Anglican community” around the world, the Guardian stated. Thus, it was an e

Hall of Shame! President Jonathan’s Steward, Taxi Driver, Traffic Warden Make National Honours’ List

The personal steward of Mr. President, a Taxi driver and traffic warden are amongst those that made the 2013/14 national honours list this time. The last time, his list was also as porous and controversial as his administrative style. Below are the full list, check it out whether you could find something that interest you too. 

FULL LIST OF THE NATIONAL HONOUR AWARD RECIPIENTS

The Nigerian government has released the list for the 2013/2014 National Honours Award recipients. They include President Goodluck Jonathan's personal steward and others
See full list below.
The President, Federal Republic of Nigeria, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR, has approved the award of National Honours to the following Nigerians and friends of Nigeria, in various categories as listed below:
2013 AND 2014 NATIONAL HONOURS AWARD
S/NO NAMES STATUS CLASS OF MEDAL 

AIR MARSHAL ALEX SABUNDU BADEH CHIEF OF DEFENCE STAFF CFR
MAJ. GEN. KENNETH MINIMAH CHIEF OF ARMY STAFF CFR
REAR ADMIRAL USMAN JIBRIN CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF CFR
AIR VICE MARSHAL ADESOLA AMOSU CHIEF OF AIR STAFF CFR
ALHAJI SULAIMAN ABBA ACTING INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE CFR
HON. JUSTICE BOLARINWA O. BABALAKIN FMR. SUPREME COURT, JUDGE CFR
HON. JUSTICE ABUBAKAR BASHIR WALI JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT, (RTD) CFR
HON. JUSTICE IBRAHIM TANKO MUHAMMAD JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT CFR
HON. JUSTICE CHRISTOPHER M. CHUKWUMA – ENEH JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT CFR
HON. JUSTICE MUHAMMAD S. MUNTAKA COOMASSIE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT CFR
HON. JUSTICE JOHN AFOLABI FABIYI JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT CFR
HON. JUSTICE OLUFUNLOLA OYELOLA ADEKEYE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT CFR
MOHAMMED SAMBO DASUKI NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER CFR
BUKAR GONI AJI FORMER HEAD OF SERVICE OF THE FEDERATION CFR
MR. DANLADI I. KIFASI, OON, mni HEAD OF SERVICE OF THE FEDERATION CFR
AMB. AYO OKE DIRECTOR-GENERAL, NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY CFR
HRM OBA DR. VICTOR ADEMEFUN A. KILADEJO TRADITIONAL RULER CFR
CHIEF PHILIP C. ASIODU OUTSTANDING PUBLIC SERVANT CFR
BRIG. GEN. JONES O. AROGBOFA (RTD) CHIEF OF STAFF TO THE PRESIDENT CFR
HRH ALAYELUWA OBA (DR.) JIMOH OYEWUMI A. TRADITIONAL RULER CFR
CHIEF KOLAWOLE BABALOLA JAMODU, OFR FORMER MINISTER/ PRESIDENT OF M.A.N. CFR
CHIEF OLUDOLAPO IBUKUN AKINKUGBE ENTREPRENEUR CFR
CHIEF (DR.) EMMANUEL C. IWUANYNWU BUSINESS MAN CFR
JIMOH IBRAHIM FOLORUNSHO, OFR ENTREPRENEUR CFR
ALHAJI IBRAHIM ADEJOH IDRIS FORMER GOVERNOR CON
HON. JUSTICE OLATOKUNBO ODUYINKA OLOPADE CHIEF JUDGE, OGUN STATE CON
HON. JUSTICE ALOY NWEKE NWANKO CHIEF JUDGE, EBONYI STATE CON
HON. JUSTICE ISUA IDONGESIT NFEM BASSEY CHIEF JUDGE, AKWA IBOM STATE CON
HON JUSTICE NASIRU A, AJANAH CHIEF JUDGE, KOGI STATE CON
HONOURABLE JUSTICE HAKILA YALAH HEMAN CHIEF JUDGE, GOMBE STATE CON
HONOURABLE JUSTICE KATE ABIRI CHIEF JUDGE, BEYELSA STATE CON
ALH. ABDULKADIR SAIDU TAMBUWAL GRAND KHADI, SOKOTO STATE CON
HON. JUSTICE AMINA ADAMU AUGIE JUSTICE OF THE COURT OF APPEAL CON
HON. JUSTICE ABUBAKAR JEGA ABDUL-KADIR JUSTICE OF THE COURT OF APPEAL CON
DR. PETER ODILI FORMER GOVERNOR CON
ENGR. MUHAMMED ABBA GANA FORMER MINISTER CON
CHIEF THOMAS IKEOKWUADEM AGUIYI-IRONSI FORMER MINISTER CON
HM OBA (DR.) FREDRICK E. OBATERU AKINRUNTAN TRADITIONAL RULER CON
AMB. DAN SULEIMAN FORMER AMBASSADOR CON
OLOROGUN FELIX O. IBRU BUSINESS MAN CON
CHIEF OLUSEGUN OLADIPO OSUNKEYE CHAIRMAN, NESTLE PLC CON
HON JUSTICE ALI UMAR ERI FORMER C.J. KOGI STATE/DG NATIONAL JUDICAL INSTITUTE CON
HAMIDU GAMBARI ERUBU RETIRED CIVIL SERVANT/ PROMINET EDUCATIONIST FOR OVER 50 YEARS CON
JUSTICE OBANDE FESTUS OGBUINYA JUSTICE OF THE COURT OF APPEAL CON
CHIEF JOHN E. KENNETH ODIGIE OYEGUN FMR. GOVERNOR CON
CHIEF TOM IKIMI POLITICIAN/FMR. MINISTER CON
AHMAD RUFA’I SANI SENATOR /FMR. GOVERNOR CON
HRH MUHAMMODU ISA MUHAMMADU TRADITIONAL RULER/EMIR OF JAMA’A CON
ERELU OLUSOLA I.A. OBADA FORMER DEPUTY GOVERNOR/FORMER MINISTER CON
MR. MUTIU OLANIYI A. SUNMONU M.D. SPDC CON
HON. JUSTICE P.D. DAMULAK CHIEF JUDGE, PLATEAU STATE CON
CHIEF (DR.) MICHAEL OLAWALE COLE FORMER PRESIDENT, NIGERIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT CON
CHIEF (DR.) MRS. ONIKEPO AKANDE FORMER MINISTER CON
SEN. NKECHI J. NWAOGU SENATOR CON
SEN. CHRISTOPHER BABAJIDE OMOWORARE SENATOR CON
DAME VIRGY N. ETIABA FORMER DEPUTY / ACTING GOVERNOR/EDUCATIONIST CON
SENATOR IYIOLA OMISORE FMR. SENATOR/FMR DEPUTY GOVERNOR CON
SEN. MARAFA KABIR GARBA SENATOR CON
UMAR AYINLA SARO BUSINESSMAN CON
FUNSO K. LAWAL, OON INDUSTRIALIST CON
CHIEF (DR.) THEODORE AHAMEFULA ORJI GOVERNOR CON
MALLAM ISA YUGUDA GOVERNOR CON
BARR. SULLIVAN IHEANACHO CHIME GOVERNOR CON
DR OLUSEGUN MIMIKO GOVERNOR CON
ALHAJI SA’IDU USMAN NASAMU DAKINGARI GOVERNOR CON
DA DAVID JONAH JANG GOVERNOR CON
SENATOR IBIKUNLE AMOSUN GOVERNOR CON
DR JOHN KAYODE FAYEMI GOVERNOR CON
BRIG. GEN. RAJI RASAKI (RTD) FORMER MILITARY ADMINISTRATOR CON
MALLAM IBRAHIM SHEKARAU HON. MINISTER CON
PROF. CHINEDU O. NEBO, OON HON. MINISTER CON
MRS. SARAH RENG OCHEKPE HON. MINISTER CON
ARC. MIKE ONOLEMEMEN HON. MINISTER CON
MR. LABARAN MAKU HON. MINISTER CON
HAJIYA ZAINAB MAINA, MFR HON. MINISTER CON
ARC. MUSA MOHAMMED SADA HON. MINISTER CON
AMB. BASHIR YUGUDA HON. MINISTER CON
MR. EZENWO NYESOM WIKE HON. MINISTER CON
SENATOR FEMI OKUNRONMU SENATOR CON
MR. OLATUNDE JOHN AYENI CHAIRMAN, SKYE BANK PLC CON
MR. GODWIN EMEFIELE GOVERNOR, CBN CON
SENATOR GEORGE THOMPSON SIKIBO JP SENATOR CON
MAJOR GEN. SURAJ ALAO ABDULRAHMAN FORCE COMMANDER, LIBERIA ARMED FORCES CON
DR. ABDUALLAHI UMAR GANDUJE DEPUTY GOVERNOR, KANO STATE OFR
AMB. (DR.) MARTIN IHOEGHIAN UHOMOIBHI PERMANENT SECRETARY, MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OFR
KOBIS ARI THIMNU SSG, ADAMAWA OFR
ALH. SAHABI ISA GADA SSG, SOKOTO STATE OFR
PROF. MKPA AGU MKPA SSG, ABIA STATE OFR
GARVEY ACHEN YAWA SSG, TARABA STATE OFR
HANNATU INTI UGAH (MRS) HEAD OF SERVICE, KADUNA STATE OFR
MAJ. GEN. SHEHU USMAN ABDULKADIR PIONEER FORCE COMMANDER, FIRST AFRICAN UNION AND ECOWAS PEACE MISSION IN MALI OFR
BOLAJI AYORINDE, SAN LEGAL PRACTITIONER OFR
ENGR. (CHIEF) AMIN IBRAHIM MOUSSALLI GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR AIM GROUP LTD OFR
CHIEF GAFAR KAYODE ANIMASAHUN GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR AIM GROUP LTD OFR
PA. MICHAEL TAIWO AKINKUNMI DESIGNER OF THE NATIONAL FLAG OFR
MIKE AGBEDOR ABU OZEKHOME (SAN) LEGAL PRACTITIONER OFR
CHIEF SIMON NSUNNDU OKEKE FMR. CHAIRMAN POLICE SERVICE COMMISSION OFR
HRH. ABUBAKAR UMAR SULEIMAN TRADITIONAL RULER OFR
CHIEF VICTOR UMEH POLITICIAN OFR
ALHAJI BUHARI BALA FORMER MINISTER OFR
SENATOR UMAR ABUBAKAR ARGUNGU SENATOR OFR
PROF. OLOYEDE IS-HAQ OLAREWAJU FORMER VICE CHANCELLOR UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN OFR
DR. GREGORY IKECHUKWU IBE VISITOR GREGORY UNIVERSITY OFR
CHIEF JOE KYARI GADZAMA, SAN, MFR LEGAL PRACTITIONER OFR
SIR EMMANUEL N. MADUEKWE CHAIRMAN FIRST TARZAN MOTORS LTD OFR
CHIEF ADENIGBA F. FADAHUNSI RTD CUSTOM OFFICER OFR
HRH. PRINCE AL WALEED BIN TALAL FOREIGN INVESTOR OFR
JUDE NNODUM, SAN LEGAL PRACTITIONER OFR
DAFE AKPEDEYE, SAN LEGAL PRACTITIONER OFR
DR. IGWE AJA-NWACHUKWU PRO. CHANCELLOR, EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY OFR
MR. ERICO MONFRINI LEGAL PRACTITIONER OFR
PROF. PETER T. AKPER, SAN LEGAL PRACTITIONER OFR
ENGR. BEKINBO R. DAGOGO-JACK CHAIRMAN, PRESIDENTIAL TASK FORCE ON POWER OFR
AMB. GODSON ONYEMACHI ECHEGILE FORMER AMBASSADOR OFR
PROF. WILLIAMS BARNABAS QURIX VC, KADUNA STATE UNIVERSITY OFR
ALAHAJI SANI SIDI D.G . NATIONAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (NEMA) OFR
SHEIKH ABDULHAFEEZ ABOU RELIGIOUS LEADER OFR
BRIG. GENERAL NNAMDI OKORIE AFFIA FORMER D.G. NATIONAL YOUTH SERVICE CORPS OFR
RT. HON. BATHEL NNAEKA AMADI SPEAKER, PAN AFRICAN PARLIAMENT OFR
DR. ALEX C. OTTI M.D. DIAMOND BANK PLC OFR
ENGR. M. A. K. ABUBAKAR, MFR DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF TO THE PRESIDENT OFR
LT. GEN. CHIKADIBIA ISAAC OBIAKOR CHAIRMAN UNITED NATIONS BOARD OF INQUIRY IN ABIYEI OFR
MR. MIKE OMERI AGBO-OMERI DG. NATIONAL ORIENTATION AGENCY OFR
UKURA SAMUEL TYONONGO, FCA AUDITOR GENERAL FOR THE FEDERATION OFR
MR. JONAH OGUNNIYI OTUNLA ACCOUNTANT GENERAL OF FEDERATION OFR
BASHORUN SEINDE AROGBOFA EDUCATIONIST/AUTHOR OFR
MR. JOHN KENNEDY OPARA PUBLIC SERVANT OFR
DR. VALERIE AZINGE SECRETARY, NATIONAL CONFERENCE OFR
MR. DAVID SHIKFU PARRADANG COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION OFR
HONOURABLE ARUA ARUNSI MEMBER, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE OFR
PROF. BARTHOLOMEW OKOLO FORMER VC, UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA OFR
MRS. CATHERINE UJU IFEJIKA MANAGING DIRECTOR, BRITENIA–U NIG. LTD OFR
FAITH TUEDOR MATHEWS GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR/CEO MAINSTREET BANK OFR
PROF. KIMSE AMAEBI BIYE OKOKO CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE OF PRO-CHANCELLORS OFR
PROF. EPIPHANY AZINGE DIRECTOR-GENERAL, NIGERIAN INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED LEGAL STUDIES (NIALS) OON
DIG SULEIMAN DAUDA FAKAI DIG OON
ATIKU YUSUF KAFUR DIG OON
EMMANUEL ONYEDIKACHI UDEOJI DIG OON
PETER YISA GANA DIG OON
DIG. MARVEL ENAJERO AKPOYIBO DIG OON
ABDEL RAHMAN OLAJIDE AKANO DIG OON
PHILEMON IBRAHIM LEHA DIG OON
JALAL AHMAD ARABI STATE HOUSE COUNSEL OON
HON. JUSTICE GABZIU ADEMOLA BAKRE RTD. JUDGE OON
MAJ. GEN. FELIX O. A. IORSHASE (RTD) FORMER PROVOST MARSHAL NIGERIA ARMY OON
ADAMU MUHAMMED GARIN GABAS PERMANENT SECRETARY IN JIGAWA STATE OON
CHIEF (DR.) FABIAN NWAORA BUSINESS MAN OON
PROF. OSITA OGBU ACADEMICIAN OON
MR. AKINSANYA SUNNY AJOSE RETIRED HEAD OF SERVICE, LAGOS STATE OON
MAJ. GEN. SUNDAY NLEMCHUKWU CHIKWE FORMER GOC 81 DIVISION, NIGERIA ARMY OON
PROF. ISRAEL OLATUNJI ORUBULOYE ACADEMICIAN OON
PROF ANDREW JONATHAN NOK ACADEMICIAN OON
PROF. CYPRIAN OGBONNA ONYEJI VICE CHANCELLOR, ESUT OON
PROF. OPEOLUWA OLADEINDE ADEKUNLE MEMBER POST GRADUATE COMMITTEE, ACADEMIC HEALTH SERVICE COMPUTER OF EASTERN CAPS OON
MR. OSCAR ONYEMA CEO, NIGERIAN STOCK EXCHANGE OON
DR. PATRICK I. OKPAH BUSINESS MAN OON
AMB. ALIYU DALA HASSAN DIPLOMAT OON
FOLUSHO OLANIYAN (MRS) MANAGING DIRECTOR, UTC NIG. PLC OON
MOHAMMED SANI KALLAH RESEARCHER OON
OTUNBA THEOPHILUS OLUWOLE AKINDELE ENGINEER OON
BEN MURRAY – BRUCE (MR) BUSINESSMAN OON
HRM. OVIE RICHARD L. OGBON TRADITIONAL RULER OON
SIR STEVE B. OMOJAFOR CHAIRMAN ZENITH BANK PLC OON
MR. CHUKWUEMEKA GODSWILL ONWUKA CHAIRMAN ENTERPRISE BANK OON
ALH. SULEIMAN YAHAYA CHAIRMAN NAHCO OON
CHIEF (SIR) EMMANUEL UMEOHIA CEO, EMABUMEH AND SONS LTD OON
ABUBAKAR LADAN ZARIA MUSICIAN OON
MR. BERNARD O. N. OTTI GED FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS NNPC OON
DR. AMINU LADAN SHAREHU DG/CEO, NATIONAL TEACHERS INSTITUTE KADUNA OON
MR. JOSEPH OLUREMI AKANDE COMMISSIONER FCSC, ABUJA OON
AMB. CHUKWUDI N. OKAFOR NIGERIA’S AMBASSADOR TO THAILAND OON
MR. ADEYEMO M. TUNDE ACCOMPLISHED CIVIL SERVANT OON
DR. SHEHU YAHAYA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (ADB) OON
CECILIA AKINTOMIDE SECRETARY, ADB TUNISIA/ IVORY COAST OON
MAHMOOD AHMADU CEO. OLS SERVICES OON
DR. ADO JIMADA GANA MUHAMMAD CIVIL SERVANT OON
DR. ABDULLAHI Y. SHEHU DG. INT. GOVT. ACTION AGAINST MONEY LAUNDRING IN WEST AFRICA OON
AMB. BINA CITIP SELCHUM DIPLOMAT OON
AMB. ESTHER AUDU (MRS) NIGERIA’S HIGH COMMISSIONER TO THE GAMBIA OON
MANU GARBA (MFR) CHIEF COACH, UNDER 17 FOOTBALL TEAM OON
MRS. BEATRICE E. JEDY-AGBA EXECUTIVE SECRETARY NAPTIP OON
OBONG MICHAEL A. AFANGIDEH ENTREPRENEUR/ POLITICIAN OON
HIS EMINENCE IME A. UMOETTE RELIGIOUS LEADER OON
HRM OFFONG (ENG) EFFIONG ROBIN ASABI TRADITIONAL RULER OON
ALHAJI MUHAMMADU NADADA UMAR FORMER DIRECTOR-GENERAL SMEDAN OON
ALHAJI GIMBA YA’U KUMO MANAGING DIRECTOR, FEDERAL MORTGAGE BANK OF NIGERIA OON
BOMA OZOBIA, LLM FORMER PRESIDENT COMMONWEALTH LAWYERS ASSOCIATION OON
PROF. SHEHU ARABU RISKWA FORMER VC, USMAN DANFADIO UNIVERSITY, SOKOTO OON
DR. (CHIEF) DAVID OGBA ONUOHA ENTREPRENEUR OON
IBRAHIM MOHAMMED MERA PUBLIC SERVANT/DCG CUSTOMS OON
PETER DEDEVBO COACH UNDER 20 NATIONAL FEMALE FOOTBALL TEAM OON
DR. AKILU NDABAWA SECRETARY PRESIDENTIAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL CONFERENCE OON
PROF. ABDU IGANIYU AMBALI VC UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN OON
IDRIS ABIODUN JAWANDO RETIRED DIRECTOR ENGINEERING CIVIL AND SANITARY INFRASTRUCTURE OON
STELLA UGBOMA PROMINENT LAWYER, FMR. PRESIDENT OF FIDA OON
MRS. KATHERINE PHILIP ADAMU CHIEF CATERING OFFICER, STATE HOUSE MFR
HAMALAI JUMMAI GWALEM HOUSE KEEPER, PRESIDENTIAL WING, NNAMDI AZIKIWE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MFR
MR. FELIX IKUMAPAYI, FDC DIRECTOR, DIRECTORATE OF STATE SERVICE (DSS) MFR
OLALEKAN ODUGBEMI, FDC DIRECTOR, DIRECTORATE OF STATE SERVICE (DSS) MFR
HON. FARUK MALAMI YABO HON. COMMISSIONER IN SOKOTO STATE MFR
HON. GABRIEL HAMADAMA HON. COMMISSIONER, IN ADAMAWA STATE MFR
ELDER (DR,) MRS. HANNAH ODEPO-YAMA RETIRED SECONDARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL MFR
MR. KNUT ULVMOEN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, DANGOTE GROUP MFR
ENG. YUVAL LEVY GM. SCC NIGERIA LTD. MFR
HAJIYA ZAINAB ABU BELLO EDUCATIONIST MFR
ALH. KABIR ALKALI MUHAMMED ACCOUNTANT MFR
PROF. HAFEZ ABUBAKAR EDUCATIONIST MFR
DOUKPOLA FRANCIS AMAEBI BANKER MFR
ALH. NUHU ABDULKADIR TRADITIONAL RULER MFR
MR. N. G. PATEL INDUSTRIALIST MFR
AMB. ADAMU SAIDU DAURA POLITICIAN MFR
CHIEF (MRS.) LEILA EUPHEMIA APINKE FOWLER LEGAL PRACTITIONER MFR
KENNETH EMEKA NWABUEZE (ENGR.) CONSULTANT MFR
BARR. JOEL SABO ANINGE TRADITIONAL RULER MFR
BLESSING OKAGBARE ATHLETE, GOLD MEDALLIST 2014 COMMONWEALTH GAMES MFR
BISHOP DR. (MRS.) IREYEESORISEONE AKUMAGBA CLERGY MFR
CHHIEF (DR.) CHRISTIAN OBIDINNA OGEDAZI, BL LEGAL PRACTITIONER MFR
IDRIS IBRAHIM GINSAU DIRECTOR IN JIGAWA STATE CIVIL SERVICE MFR
CHIEF (MRS.) DOHERTY BOLAJOKO BIMBOLA EDUCATIONIST MFR
MR. UDEME ONOFIOK UFOT BUSINESSMAN MFR
PROF. OLUWOLE DANIEL MAKINDE SCIENTIST MFR
MRS. MAIDEN IBRU PUBLISHER GUARDIAN NEWS PAPER MFR
MR. IMEH USUAH TAXI DRIVER MFR
DR. JOE OKEI-ODUMAKIN HUMAN RIGHT ACTIVIST MFR
PROF. NIYI AKINNASO LECTURER MFR
ALH. AHMAD BADAMASUIY RETIRED CIVIL SERVANT MFR
CHIEF (DR.) MURTALA ADEBAYO LEGAL PRACTITIONER MFR
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2. The Investiture holds by 9.00 a.m. on Monday, September 29th, 2014 at the International Conference Centre, Abuja.
3. All Award Recipients are entitled to come with two guests only.
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6. Attendance is strictly by invitation.
7. Please note that the accreditation of all Award Recipients and the Media will be done from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th September, 2014 at Agura Hotel Abuja, beginning 8.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. daily.
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SIGNED:
Dr. Adeyemo, M. Tunde, MNIM, FCIA
Director(Special Duties Office)
for: Secretary to the Government of the Federation

Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Exclusive! CAN President, Pastor Oritsejafor Behind Private Jet With Stolen $9.3m Cash



Stunning facts have emerged on the ownership of the seized private jet which was said to have ferried a whopping $9.3m cash into the South African territory in anticipation for fire arms purchase yesterday with 2 Nigerians and an Israeli citizen as occupants.

According to investigations conducted by this office, the private jet which flew into South Africa via Lanseria airport, northwest of Johannesburg, on Sept. 5 with the illegal cash belongs to Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, the head of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN). The man of God, Oritsejafor is a close friend and confidant of President Goodluck Jonathan.

The CAN leader’s private plane with US registration number N808HG was one of the two jets cited by South African officials on September 5 arriving with $9.3 million cash loaded in several suitcases. News of the seizure of the cash broke over the weekend, triggering questions about the ownership of the jets and weapons they intended to purchase.

Nigerian aviation authorities disclosed that one of the jets belonged to Pastor Oritsejafor while the second one was registered to Felix Idiga, the owner of Jafac Aviation Limited.

Two Nigerians and an Israeli defense contractor, Eyal Mesiaka arrived in the jet when they were accosted in South Africa by the authorities. A South African source disclosed that Mr. Oritsejafor’s jet was released after top Nigerian officials intervened, claiming that the weapons to be purchased had the official blessing of the Nigerian government. The jet arrived with two plastic suitcases and two hand luggages with combination locks only known to the Isreali contractor.