Archive for May, 2013


ISLAM: says there is no compulsion in religion and it allow everyone to live peacefully with one and other.

BOKO HARAM: against what ISLAM preaches BOKO HARAM says everyone must adhere to their ways or else face the music which totally is against the will of Almighty Allah.

ISLAM: Islam is a religion of peace and seeks Love among all and be just to all regardless of religion.

BOKO HARAM: against the backdrop of the above Boko haram position is If you are not with us you are against us.

ISLAM: the Prophet of Islam, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) lived peacefully with Christians and Jews as his neighbors and even gave his mosque out to christians to worship when they paid him a visit.

BOKO HARAM: in the case of Nigeria Boko Haram says all non-Muslims must leave the North despite what Islam teaches about oneness.

ISLAM: incase of been attacked Islam only permit you to protect yourselves when you are attacked first. And you should retaliate justly but if u leave everything to Allah it is better for you but BOKO HARAM position is to attack all who stand in their way

ISLAM: A Muslim is one whom his community is safe from his tongue and hands.

BOKO HARAM do not care about your religion. Muslim or Christian they crush anyone who stands in their way,infact more Muslims have died in their various attacks than christians a fact the british prime minister,David Cameron, recently testify to in his press conference while reacting to the woolwich attack.

ISLAM is totally against the killing of Innocent souls and its a great sin to Allah. Allah has ordered Muslims not to do it! No human being has the right to take a life,if you take a life Islam put as you have taken the lives of a whole town so if Boko Haram are trully fighting for Islam where is the justification for their actions?.

BOKO HARAM understanding is that Allah will understand them and He will not punish them.

ISLAM: When there is a war, Women and children must not be touched. Let alone of when there is no war.

BOKO HARAM do not respect the above Islam position and kill men, women and children in their various attacks.

ISLAM: When there is a war, all non-Muslims that run into their places of worship or their homes will not be harmed not to talk of when there is no war,churches are evetually the targeted places for the terrorist.

BOKO HARAM: We bomb non-Muslims in their places of worship. We also bomb Muslims in their places of worship and homes if we feel they are a threat to us.

So who really are these people with warped ideologies and intents?

I may not know what they are really out to achieve but I do know for sure they do not represent Islam. Rather, they are acting contrary to it in most cases.



The Inspector General of Police, Muhammed Abubakar says the suspected killers of Kwara State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Chinwike Asadu, have been arrested.

Asadu was murdered about three months ago at his Amorji Nike residence in Enugu State.

Briefing  journalists, Wednesday, in Enugu during his official working visit to the state, the IGP said the arms used by the killers during the operation were also recovered by the police.

He said following the confessional statements by the seven persons arrested, the police were on the trail of other collaborators in the murder.

“We have arrested seven of those behind the killing of CP Chinwike Asadu; his killing was indeed a sad incident and that’s why when I visited the family after the incident, I made a promise that we shall stop at nothing to get those behind that dastardly act.

“I am glad to tell Nigerians that of those who took part in the killing, seven have been arrested and arraigned before a court”, he said.

He gave the names of the suspects as Ogechukwu Uzoh, Ogechukwu Nnadi, Ugwuoke Obiora, Okwuosa Anthony, Chukwudi Enete, Davil Elvis Aja and Amobi Nnamchi”.

“These are the seven persons charged for murder; aside the killing of the CP, they also confessed to killing other innocent souls and several acts of criminality”, he added.

The police boss, however declined giving further details on the arrest as well as what could have informed the motive.

On the murder of several policemen by the Ombatse militia group in Nasarawa State, the IGP said the matter was still under serious investigation, stressing that “what happened there is condemnable by any reasonable person. After investigation, we will be able to brief the press adequately.

Earlier, the IGP who commissioned a medical clinic at the Enugu State police headquarters commended the media for their partnership role with the police.

He said several of such clinics were due to be commissioned in the South-East zone of the country

Arsene Wenger and Rafa Benitez could face the nightmare of a play-off for third place.

Arsenal, who beat Wigan 4-1 on Tuesday, and Chelsea are agonisingly close to finishing with the same points, same goal difference, and even the same number of goals scored and conceded after this weekend’s final round of matches.

If the Gunners win 2-1 at Newcastle on Sunday and the Stamford Bridge club draw 0-0 at home Everton, the clubs will be tied with identical figures.

The Premier League confirmed on Tuesday night that Chelsea’s home-and-away wins over their London rivals would not be used as a tie-breaker and that, instead, there would be a play-off for third place – with ­automatic entry to the Champions League’s group phase at stake.

The losers would finish fourth and have to negotiate a two-leg play-off in August to reach the Champions League proper,

The situation is complicated by the fact that Chelsea head straight off to the United States after Sunday’s matches to play Manchester City in two friendlies on May 23 and 25.

After that, England play two friendlies, against the Republic of Ireland at Wembley on May 29 and Brazil in Rio on June 2.

The victory over Wigan makes it nine games without defeat for Arsenal, and goalscorer Aaron Ramsey said: “It’s a perfect way to finish the season here.

“We did what we had to do. Now we have one game left to get the job done and get that Champions League place

Armed robbers in their numbers around fifteen past six (6:15pm) on Tuesday evening raided three commercial banks in Omu Aran,the headquarters of Irepodun Local government area of Kwara State.

The robbers were reported to have used explosives to blow off the security doors of the banks.

They are earlier reported to have attacked the police station that was close to one of the commercial banks and shot sporadically at the men and officers of the Nigeria Police on duty,the police vehicle was also reportedly burnt by the armed gang.

A member of the Odua People’s Congress (OPC) who tried to repel the attack according to an eye witness was reportedly shot dead by the gang numbering about fifteen with four cars.

The eye witness account also confirmed two staff of one of the commercial banks dead.

The eye witness account informed that a family member of the OPC man who was shot dead by the robbers approached the Police station and demanded to see the corpse of the deceased was reportedly shot on one of his legs by the Police.

The development led to Hundreds of youth from the town protesting the police action and laid siege on the police station in Omu-Aran.

The youth accused the police of taking no action to stop the robbers.

It would be recalled that banks in the town reopened recently after weeks of closure due to the same development which the Nigerian Police in the area has no answer to on till this evening attack.

A new commissioner for Kwara State command of the Nigerian Police only assumed office last week,he’s Mr Agboola Oshodi Glover.

Arsenal close in on strikers, with Jovetic also poised to move, as Fabregas emerges as shock United target

PERHAPS those rumours linking Arsenal with a move for Wayne Rooney weren’t true after all… because it seems the Gunners have agreed a deal for a rather more plausible target, Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain, who has reportedly been on Arsene Wenger’s radar for some time.

According to the Spanish website, the 25-year-old Argentine hitman is on the verge of a £18.5m move to the Emirates, with a five-year deal already in place.

However, the website suggests that the move hinges on Arsenal scraping into the Champions League, and if they fail then Higuain could turn his back on the Gunners and start fluttering his eyelids in the direction of Spurs.

The Argentina striker, who arrived in Spain from River Plate in 2007, has been linked with a move to both Arsenal and Spurs in the past, and appears determined to leave the Bernabeu at the end of the season after losing his place in the starting line-up to French international Karim Benzema.

Meanwhile, the rumours linking Fiorentina striker Stevan Jovetic to Arsenal have been strengthened after one of the club’s former players revealed that he thought the forward would jump ship this summer. Italian website Tuttomercato quotes Daniele Amerini as saying that the 23-year-old Montenegrin would leave the club but added that he did not think he was worth the £25m valuation placed on him by the club.

Whether or not Amerini’s opinions carry any weight is unclear, but the news will go down well in certain parts of north London.

While Wenger may be closer to solving his striking dilemma, it appears that his problems in the goalkeeping department rumble on. The Arsenal manager has been linked to almost every goalkeeper in Europe since apparently losing faith in current stopper Wojciech Szczesny. Last week it appeared that the nutty professor had decided that QPR keeper Julio Cesar was the man for him, but now Talksport claims that Arsenal have had an £8.5m offer for Rui Patricio of Sporting Lisbon turned down.

Portuguese international Patricio has been Sporting’s number one gloveman since 2008, but with the club in danger of missing out on Europe it is thought he could be tempted away. However, Talksport says his employers want £12.5m from the Gunners.

Over at Manchester United there is talk that new manager David Moyes intends to announce his arrival at Old Trafford in dramatic style, by raiding Barcelona for ex-Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas.

The Evening Standard claims that United have launched a “stunning” bid to sign the midfielder as a replacement for Paul Scholes, and are continuing to negotiate with Real Madrid over the possible re-signing of Cristiano Ronaldo.

However, the Standard warns that the Gunners could scupper United’s move for Fabregas, as it has been reported that there is a clause in his contract that gives Arsenal first refusal on the player if Barcelona do decide to offload him. · 

Coming about three weeks after a gun duel between security forces and some gunmen suspected to be Boko Haram members, the troubled capital of Borno State, Maiduguri, on Sunday, came under heavy bombardment, once again , as explosions and sporadic gun shots were heard in different parts of the town.
Many residents of the affected areas, especially the GRA, were left with no option than to run for cover so as not to be caught up in the crossfire as the explosions became even deafening..
 Though details of the incident were still sketchy when filing this report, the explosions were said to have been preceded by a series of heavy gunfire which erupted immediately after a 20-minute downpour .

 The spokesman of the Joint Task Force (JTF) in Borno State, Operation Restore Hope, Lt. Col. Sagir Musa, could not confirm the development as he did not pick the several calls  made to his mobile telephone.

POLICE: IGP redeploys 11 CPs

Posted: May 7, 2013 in Security

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar, Tuesday, ordered the redeployment of 11  Commissioners of Police (CPs) to commands and formations across the country.

The IGP’s order followed the recent elevation of some senior officers to the rank of commissioners of police and  retirement of  others in state commands and police formations.

The CPs and their commands are: Agboola Oshodi-Glover, Kwara State; Abubakar Adamu, formerly the DC in charge State CID, Kaduna State Command, is now CP, Enugu; CP Tonye Ebitibituwa was redeployed from Force headquarters as CP, Bayelsa; CP Umaru Shehu, formerly DC, Operations at FCT Command, is now CP, Nasarawa State.

Acting CP Hurdi Mohammed is now CP, Katsina State, Sylvester Umeh moves from Force headquarters to CP Port Authority Police, Eastern Port; Kudu Nma is new CP, Gombe State; CP Saidu Madawaki is CP, Border Patrol; CP Usman Isa Baba is CP, Cooperative; CP Abdulmajid Ali is CP in charge Explosive Ordinance Department while CP Usman Yakubu is CP, Welfare.

The IGP charged the newly redeployed CPs to show commitment in the fight against crime and criminality in their respective new beats.

Culled from Vanguard.

Against the backdrop of yesterdays signing of a 3yrs title sponsorship deal for the NPFL by the League management company, the association of the 20 premier league club chairmen otherwise known as club owners said they were not aware of any such deal as it was brokered without their knowledge and approval.

The club owners have also threatened to disassociate itself from any further deal entered into by the LMC until the current issues being handled by the NFF is settled.

However, the association has warned that unless the issues are settled no club should allow any bill board or pitch panel bearing LMC Ltd or any of its sponsors at league venues forthwith.

Speaking in an interview monitored in Ilorin, Acting Secretary of the club owners Alloy chukwuemeka said the issue of league management company Ltd is still a matter of debate which the NFF is trying to make peace over it and as such they have no such right to sign any deal or receive any cheque unbehalf of the league clubs without their knowledge and supports.

He said the club owners are still waiting for the inconclusive meeting to be reconvened and salient issues thrashed before any deal could be entered into.

He added that the rush by LMC in accepting a cheque is a mere celebration of tokenness adding similar deals in the past between the league and Globacom had brought more money than what they are celebrating.

He noted that all he can say for now is that since they had the inconclusive meeting last time they are yet to meet so he’s not sure any meeting where such deal was discussed before it was sealed and paid for.

So we are still waiting for NFF to reconvene the meeting. ” My friend all I know is that the clubs are not aware of any deal sealed in Lagos but even at that the amount you are mentioning we are used to it or are they celebrating tokenness”…Alloy said”