While strutting the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival in her glamorous gown,Hollywood actress,Salma Hayek held up a sign reading '#Bring Back Our Girls..
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“These girls are not held in Chibok. Sometime, people want the President to go to Chibok. If the President goes to Chibok today, it does not solve any problem. The problem facing the President and indeed the Nigerian government is how to get these girls from wherever they are.”The President had not visited the community since the incident happened over a month ago. Although he was earlier scheduled to visit the school on Friday, the trip was called off later in what many people believed
“It is true that we saw two letters informing us of the intention of the sect to invade our school on Friday or Monday by Boko Haram. The letters were dated May 14, 2014, stating that they were coming either of the two days to abduct our boys whom they would marry to the secondary school girls abducted in Chibok.
In the letter, we were asked to inform the Mount Saint Gabriel Secondary School opposite us to also get prepared as they promised to invade the place too.’’According to him:
“We immediately alerted the police and the Commissioner for Education. A report has been
"I am still single because I have lost all interest in marriage and I don’t believe in the institution any more. Nigerian men are too controlling and overbearing for me and I am already set in my ways. Besides, I have been on my own for too long. My major concern is training my daughter. I praise married women; I think they are the real stars of this country. Women in their husbands house looking after their husbands and children are amazing especially the ones with nine to-five jobs who come back home tired and still go to the kitchen to cook for their husbands. These are the women that women magazines should be celebrating because they are the real super women. Men are not easy to look
The number of the dead following the rocket attack on Soye village market near Bama which killed 29 and injured many others has risen to 31. Chairman of Bama local government area, baba Shehu Gulumba has visited the general hospital in the area to sympathize with victims and also made a fifty thousand naira cash donation to a boy who sustained severe burns. Three out of the seven who were injured having died; the remaining four are receiving treatment in Maiduguri while five have already been discharged.
“this particular corpse was buried five years ago and the suspected ritualist attended the burial in Ilobu.There are indications that he did not dig the grave alone. What we discovered is that he may have been attempting to cut off the head of the corpse when something suddenly hooked him as he managed to force half of his body into the grave to cut off the head.He got hooked
"The automotive policy is derived from the National Industrial Revolution Plan, and we are happy with the response we have been getting from the automotive industry worldwide; and with your coming, it shows that this policy is working. When the policy was introduced, people criticised it and most of them do not understand the benefit of the policy. We have had several stakeholders from the automotive industry approaching us to set up assembly plants and spare parts plants in the country. I want to assure up you on behalf of the government that we will do
“He does not want to keep his family life in the public glare. That is why he joked about it. Marriage is a good thing and it is good to keep it private.”