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Post time 2014-5-6 09:10:01 |Display all floors
KIyer Post time: 2014-5-6 08:54
One should rightly condemn all the acts that led up to this and all the actors (seen and hidden). al ...

Who do you think is supporting them?
  
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KIyer Post time: 2014-5-6 08:54
One should rightly condemn all the acts that led up to this and all the actors (seen and hidden). al ...

I have a question for you.

Who was behind Ghandi?

Was he just another CIA stooge?

You're not one of those who can't believe that people can have their own minds? their own heroes and villains?  

Why does that seem like something far-fetched to people?  Its insulting if you think about it.  People don't just walk around like half-dead zombies just waiting to take the orders and suggestions of others...

I try to give most people more credit than that.

  
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Post time 2014-5-6 09:17:39 |Display all floors
robert237 Post time: 2014-5-6 08:59
Not much oil to be had bozo. I never said they didn't have a drop of oil. The whole of Africa only ...

It should be regional countries that lend a hand to help.  Reports are saying that the girls might be getting sold across the borders.

Its just kind of sad that there is so much attention about the missing people from the airplane, but the same amount of people go missing and no one cares.

  
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Post time 2014-5-6 09:25:35 |Display all floors
Here is another sickening example of how someone is thinking of the country's reputation and not the plight of the mothers who just lost their children.  

Screwed up priorities.....that's all I can say.

Protest leader arrested

In a separate development, a leader of a protest march in support of the schoolgirls has said that Nigeria's First Lady ordered her and another protest leader to be arrested, expressing doubts that there had been any kidnapping and accused them of belonging to the group blamed for the abductions.

Saratu Angus Ndirpaya said state security service agents drove her and protest leader Naomi Mutah Nyadar to a police station on Monday after an all-night meeting at the presidential villa in Abuja, the capital.

She said police immediately released her but that Nyadar remained in detention.

A national police spokesman referred a journalist to the spokeswoman for police in Abuja. Reached on the phone, the spokeswoman said she was driving and could not immediately respond, the Associated Press news agency reported.

Other reports said three women had been arrested on Sunday night.

'Abductions fabricated'

Ndirpaya said First Lady Patience Jonathan accused them of fabricating the abductions.

"She [Jonathan] told so many lies, that we just wanted the government of Nigeria to have a bad name, that we did not want to support her husband's rule," she said in a telephone interview with AP.
  
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Post time 2014-5-6 09:46:22 |Display all floors
KIyer Post time: 2014-5-6 08:54
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Did a search to see who was tied to funding them, this is what I found.

Report Claims Boko Haram Has Benefited from $70m Overseas Funding

By Senator Iroegbu    with agency report   

The deadly militant sect, Boko Haram, has received over $70 million from overseas between 2006 and 2011 to organise its campaign of violence, a media report has said.

The report, which quoted retired Major Chris Moghalu of the US military, also claimed that the sponsors of the insurgency in Nigeria were closely linked to al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsular (AQAP) and al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM).

It noted that in the collaboration with AQAP and AQIM, members of the militant sect had been receiving regular support in cash and kind to maintain the momentum of their sporadic attacks across Nigeria from the two foreign terror groups.

Quoting Major Moghalu, it said trans-national criminal activities including kidnapping for ransom, drug trafficking, weapons trafficking and armed robbery were being used by Boko Haram militants to raise funds to plan and execute attacks in the North-east, an area which has been under constant campaign of violence of the deadly sect.

Though the activities of the violent sect had substantially been restricted to the Northeast,  two recent bomb blasts in Nyanya in the outskirts of Abuja,  have shown how daring the group had become.

The first bomb blast at the Nyanya motor park claimed 75 lives, while the second bomb attack around the vicinity last week claimed 20 lives.

On a visit to the general hospitals in Asokoro, Maitama, Wuse and Gwarinpa districts where victims of the blast were receiving treatment,  FCT Minister, Senator Bala Mohammed, called on relatives of those killed in the attacks to come forward and claim the corpses of their loved ones deposited in the various morgues.

He attributed the appeal to the fact that all mortuary facilities in the hospitals had become overstretched.

He said the FCTA was ready to provide logistic supports such as free ambulance service to convey the remains of the victims of the attacks to any part of the country for burial.

He also disclosed that the FCTA had reached agreement with the police authorities for the release of the victims’ corpses. When asked whether government would compensate families of the victims, he said no decision like that had been taken by the government.

A statement issued by the Special Assistant to the Minister on Media, Mr. Nosike Ogbuenyi, also said Secretary of Health and Human Services of FCTA, Dr. Demola Onakomaiya, had earlier told the minister that while many of the corpses from the first blast were yet to be claimed by relatives for burial, all the 20 corpses in the second blast were equally lying in the various mortuaries.
  
  
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Post time 2014-5-6 10:06:57 |Display all floors
soapdodger Post time: 2014-5-5 17:27
Not much oil to be had, says Bozo the Clown ... eh ... Robert.

Half the oil reserves of Russia .. ...

Only 10% of the reserves of Venezuela. No wonder the U.S. is trying it's best to cause unrest in Venezuela.
Give up you dimwitted Scot.
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