Woman delivers goat-like creature for the 4th time


 A woman just delivered of this monster in General hospital Jahun, Jigawa State, the monster which is still on the hospital bed at the time of this report has a goat legs and no neck.

The woman lamented that this was happening 2 her 4 d fourth time, “I am delivering of such unimaginable element 4 d fourth time”.

List of Nigeria’s biggest debtors unveiled, banned from borrowing from banks


Ironically, their number is 419 – a number which connotes fraud in Nigeria, being the number in the country’s penal code dealing with obtaining by fraudulent means.

Although they have not been accused of using 419 methods to obtain money from banks, the 419 mega rich Nigerians, alongside 113 companies and two states, have been banned from further borrowing from banks in the country so as to prevent the banking system from collapse. This is because these mega debtors who owe banks many billions of naira have refused to pay up.

The list below, which shows some of these unrepentant debtors, has been extracted from ThisDay newspaper, which broke the story today. It comprises “113 companies and 419 directors/shareholders, including those belonging to Mr. Femi Otedola, Alhaji Sayyu Dantata, Sir Johnson Arumemi-Ikhide, former Power Minister, Prof. Barth Nnaji, Mrs Elizabeth Ebi and Dr. Wale Babalakin,” said ThisDay.

According to the paper, “the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has barred banks in the country from extending further credit” to them “in a move aimed at strengthening financial stability and instilling discipline in the banking sector.”

It said that “the CBN arrived at this decision as a result of the reluctance by the debtors to pay back their loans despite the purchase of the debts at an agreed price by the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON).”

The ban is contained in a new circular dated September 17 and signed by CBN’s Director, Banking Supervision, Mrs. A. O. Martins. It stated that “it has become necessary to stop debtors who failed to repay their loans to banks and had these loans subsequently transferred to AMCON, from further enjoying credit facilities from Deposit Money Banks (DMBs) until they fully repay agreed outstandings to AMCON.”

The list of Nigeria’s biggest debtors

  1. Zenon Petroleum, owned by Otedola, owes banks N192.4 billion
  2. MRS Holdings Limited, owned by Dantata – N119.98 billion
  3. Seawolf Limited – N98.32 billion
  4. Arik Air Limited, belonging to Arumemi-Ikhide  – N85.481 billion
  5. NITEL Plc/M-Tel  – N71.547 billion
  6. Capital Oil and Gas Limited, which belongs to Ifeanyi Ubah – N48.014 billion
  7. Falcon Securities (MDirector, Mr. Peter Ololo) – N162.9 billion
  8. Rockson Engineering Limited, owned by Arumemi-Ikhide – N60.475 billion
  9. BGL Securities – N6.44 billion

10.  Rahamaniyya Oil & Gas Limited – N46.38 billion

11.  Bi-Courtney Limited – N20.214 billion

12.  Geometrics Engineering, owned by Prof. Barth Nnaji – N19.76 billion

13.  Aero Contractors Company, owned by the family of Olorogun Michael Ibru – N32.579 billion

14.  Tinapa Business Resort (Cross River State Government) – N18.509 billion

15.  Nestoil Limited, belonging to Ernest Azudialu – N13.506 billion

16.  Dorman Long Engineering – N9.667 billion

17.  Ascott Offshore Nig. Ltd, belonging to Henry Imasekha and the Berkley Group – N64.728 billion

18.  Gitto Constuzioni – N11.838 billion

19.  Dansa Foods (part of the Dangote Group) – N14.880 billion

Also affected by the ban are Cross River and Zamfara States because of the failure of the Tinapa Business Resort and the failure of the Accountant General, Ministry of Finance, Zamfara, to pay back loans collected.

The restriction came into effect from the date of the circular and shall remain “until full liquidation of agreed indebtedness to AMCON.”

Source- News Express

BREAKING NEWS: President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Agrees to Reverse N5,000 note Plan


President Goodluck Jonathan has agreed to reverse his administration’s plan to introduce the 5000 naira note.
The currency restructuring, announced by the Central Bank of Nigeria, would have seen the unveiling of the N5000 as the highest naira denomination while lower currencies were to be converted to coins.
Weeks of public outrage criticizing the policy culminated in the Senate and the House of Representatives, approving separate resolutions on Tuesday, demanding that the plan be suspended.
Mr. Jonathan met with the leadership of the two arms hours after the National Assembly sessions on Tuesday and assured that any “approval given in the regards can be reversed since it is the wish of the people,” lawmakers informed about the decision said Wednesday noon.
It remains unclear whether the president has issued a directive to that effect.
More details later…

BEFORE YOU PULL OUT THAT TOOTH, READ THIS!- How traditional healer cures tooth ache -26 worms removed from teeth

This post was published first on May 24, 2012. We are republishing  it due to popular demand: 
Samson Oletu lived and worked in Lagos. Two weeks ago, he began to have pains in his gums, forcing him to chew less. In two days, the pain has become unbearable. He went to the chemist, and got some antibiotics, along with painkillers which he began to take. The pains continued. When he spoke with his colleague, who had suffered tooth ache in the past, he told him to use hot water to melt the antibiotics and pain killers in a cup, and use it to gargle the teeth before swallowing. Oletu began to do this, but he discovered that the pains continued. He increased the painkillers to three tablets, but all it could do was hold the pains for six hours. One night, he had miscalculated, and when he woke up at midnight to take his painkillers, they were just not there. After two hours, the pains were getting unbearable, and he was sweating. Then he began to pray. “I never knew I could pray so much. But the more I prayed, the more the pain, until I began to cry, the pain was that bad”, he told Jungle Journalist. When he called a doctor friend of his, he advised him to remove the tooth. “When the pain became unbearable, I had to remove the tooth. That is what everybody does”, he advised me.
 But Oletu did not see the sense in removing his teeth. How could he remove his teeth? What if the pain starts in another teeth, will he also extract it? No, there must be a way to cure the pain. Then another friend also advised him to remove the teeth. “I won’t, he replied. Not even if the pain is killing me.” “May be it was my resolve not to remove the teeth, but when I posted on Facebook that I had tooth ache, someone suggested I remove the worms in my teeth. But to do that, I had to go to Benin”.
Samuel Oletu had left Lagos on a Monday morning at the risk of a query from his company and travelled to Benin to treat his teeth. His plan was to return that evening as he hoped to be treated. As soon as he arrived Benin, he traced Dr Sunny Olu, the teeth doctor, and in about 45 minutes, he was cured. He was in the next bus returning to Lagos by five pm, and, as he explained to Jungle Journalist, he ate suya, as well as roasted turkey meat when they got to Ore, Ondo State, because “there was no more pain”, he said, smiling.
Dr Sunny Olu, the teeth doctor can always be seen under a mango tree, close to a redPassat, which served as his office and shop. The place is close to the Oba palace, in front of Oredo Local Government office, and on a bench are seated his patients. The herbal doctor, who hails from Orhionwon Local Government, Edo State, told Jungle Journalist that he started very early, at the age of seven to treat people for teeth-related illnesses: “I inherited it from my father.” His other clinic is at his house, at Oba Adolor Street, Upper Sakponba in Benin.
“When you go for medical treatment, what they tell you is that you have got bacteria in the teeth. They do not tell you there are worms in the teeth. But when the worms suck the marrow inside the teeth, it develops into holes. But the dentist will give you drugs and pull your teeth out. However, when you pull the teeth, the worm is still inside the gums. It does not make sense because if you keep extracting the teeth in your mouth, may be one day you will have no more teeth to extract. The herbs I use are simple to use. All you do is put a quantity in your mouth and hold it there for some time. The medicine attracts the worms and they will start coming out. When you pour it out, the worms are very easy to see, and with this toothpick, I carefully drag them out of their comfort zones, under the gums.”
He also explained that the herbs can also be administered by the patient at home and get the same results: “If you hold it in your mouth long enough, the worms will come out and you will spit them away.”
Extracting the worms, instead of teeth
He went on to say that if the worms have cut the veins of the teeth, tooth is dead. After removing the worms, the affected tooth should be removed, because it is dead: “It can only cause you ache. But if the tooth is not dead yet, I also advise the patient to go and fill the cavity at the dentist’s.”
Jungle Journalist was privileged to see Dr Olu at work. According to Mrs Nneka Nwankwo, who came for treatment, she had had tooth ache for two years. “I have taken all kinds of medicine. I have gone to different hospitals, and the only reason why my tooth was not extracted was because I was pregnant when I had tooth ache. I went to University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH) and the injection I was to receive could not be used because it will affect the unborn baby.” She could not brush her teeth, and her upper teeth never met the lower. Her only way to clean her teeth was by carefully rubbing chewing stick on it, then gargling with warm, salted water: “it’s my tongue I always use to cushion it, as the pain is usually unbearable.”
When Mrs Nwankwo arrived the make-shift clinic, her jaws looked swollen, and she talked slowly and carefully, obviously to avoid pains. According to her, there was pus in the gums. The Nation watched as Dr Olu worked. First, he took a tiny bottle, and poured its contents into the lady’s mouth, telling her to hold it in the affected part. The he added two drops of another. She held it there for about five minutes, and poured it into a disposable bag. Next, he got a sharp tooth pick, and told her to open her mouth. He then carefully began to extract the worms. The worms look just like earthworms, but were very tiny, crawling on the white paper they were dropped. Blood also came out.
Worms removed from Mrs Nwankwo’s teeth
Seven worms were removed from her mouth, and she was given water to wash her mouth. Next, the herbal doctor gave her a list of drugs to use in order to get completely healed. He also gave her a tiny bottle, and directions on how to administer it to clean up the gums.
Speaking to Jungle Journalist, Nwankwo said the pain was almost gone completely. “For two years now, I don’t sleep at night. I hope the pain will not come back”. On his part, Samuel Oletu explained that he was shocked to the marrows that worms were coming out of his mouth. “Hers is small. Do you know he removed 26 worms from my mouth? And as soon as he finished, I felt free. I slept until ten am next morning”.
Dr Olu explained that tooth ache is just one of his fields “I treat ears that has pus. Worms can also cause pus in the ear. There is also gum infection, which is different from tooth ache. When one begins to bleed in the gums, medical science say it is caused by excess sugar, but there are also people who suffer from that infection without having excess sugar in the body. I treat that too. I also treat whitlow and fingernail infections. There are three types- the first makes the nails dry, black and dusty. The other one makes the finger swollen, and when you wash, or cook, you feel pains. In the other, the nail will grow but will not stick to the flesh. Those are the three types, and for each, there is a different herb to treat.”
But how does the worms get into the mouth? He answers the question too: “Every human has got worms, and they are in fact, useful to digestion. After eating, it is not everything that goes down into your system. The worms try to eat them, and break down the ones it can’t eat. When you brush your teeth, everything has become soft and just goes.”
He explained that he also prescribes anti-biotic, when there is a wound in the gums. He also named some of the herbs he uses: “it’s not everything I can reveal to you. There are some which are my trade secrets, but I can tell you some. There is one herb called emokhan, I also use the bark. There is also the unie herbs, it looks like pepper and comes in bunches. I boil them together with other ones in earthenware pots. I am supposed to bring these herbs in those earthenware pots, but people will feel that you are performing some mysterious deeds. That is why you see them in bottles. But they are more effective in the earthenware.
Advising those who shy away from the use of herbs, he said “Herbal medicine is very good. Our fathers lived to 100 and above, and all they needed was herbal treatments. Nigerians should learn to use herbs to treat themselves. There are fakes too, but then, there are also quack doctors. The modern medicines you see today are not better than what we have here. It’s just that they package them the way they do, and people accept them. We can also do the same.”
To reach Dr Olu, call these numbers:
Or visit:
53, Oba Adolor Street,
off Nomayo Street,
Upper Sakponba, Benin, Nigeria.

HELP! I DON’T WANT TO DIE – Man who made film that ridiculed Muhammad


The man who made the controversial film that ridiculed Prophet Muhammad has gone into hiding with his family in a desperate bid to escape death.

Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, 55, sent a passionate appeal to American security seeking protection folowing death threats he received after the release of the film’s trailer sparked riots last week Tuesday in Libya and Egypt before spreading to about a dozen countries.

American security authorities quoted him as saying that he was “scared to death” about the safety of himself and his family, according to ABC News.

Nakoula had disappeared from his California home and gone into hiding after being interviewed late Friday night by US federal probation officers about his role in the creation of the film. The man who used the pseudonym Sam Bacile and claimed to be a Jew, has been unmasked as an Egyptian-American Coptic Christian and an ex-convict. He told authorities during his questioning that that he and his son, Abanob Basseley, 21, were responsible for producing the movie entitled Innocence of Muslims at a cost of $50,000 to $60,000, which he claimed came from his wife’s family in Egypt.  

Nakoula’s family members fled their home early Monday morning to join him in hiding.

Their faces covered, they were escorted into police vehicles by officers from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department shortly before 4 a.m.

“They decided they would be safer where they could move about and live a normal life,” said Steve Whitmore, a spokesman for the Sheriff’s Department. “All we did was pick them up and reunite them with Mr. Nakoula.”

Whitmore said the family’s current whereabouts are unknown to him, and it was his understanding that they won’t ever return to their Cerritos house, though that decision was “entirely up to the family.”

“What we do know and what they told me is that for the time now and for the immediate future, for the weeks and months to come, they will not be returning to this address,” Whitmore said.

Jungle Journalist reports that at least ten people have lost their lives in the protests trailing Nakoula’s film, among them the US Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens, and three other diplomats during an attack on the American mission in Benghazi, Kibya.

Bauchi flooding

Bauchi flooding

People swimming out of a flooded area after their canoe capsided at Kore, Bauchi state on Sunday.


Please who knows Mr. Okunlola Ojo from Oduotin LGA in Osun State or his family? He has been hit by a hit & run driver. Now in National hospital Abuja. We need help. No number to trace, he is losing blood and both legs are broken. HELP PLZ. Pls SHARE till it gets 2 d person dat knows him.

Nigerian Troops Quell Anti-Islam Movie Protest In Jos


Nigerian forces in Jos dispersed protesters at the Central Mosque in Jos by firing live ammunition into the air. It will be the second protest in Jos since the US-made anti-Islam movie ignited Muslim fury in the Middle East and Africa.

Eyewitness said two people are killed in Jos, but a military spokesperson, Captain Salihu Mustapha said there were no casualties.

Protesters had begun the protest march carrying placards denouncing the US and moving towards the main street on Ahmadu Bello way when soldiers began firing off.

Businesses in the area hurriedly closed, and several residents retreated to their homes.


This is the Muhammad Movie by Sam Becile that caused a bunch of Muslims to kill United States ambassador, J Christopher Stevens. The film claims Islam is a lie and Muhammad was a pedophile.

Anti-Islamic video- US Under Attack On All Fronts!!

ImageAngry demonstrations against an anti-Islam film spread to their widest extent yet around the Middle East and other Muslim countries Friday. Protesters smashed into theGerman Embassy in the Sudanese capital and set part of it on fire and climbed the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Tunis, waving an Islamist banner.

One protester was killed in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli in clashes with security forces, after a crowd of protesters set fire to a KFC and an Arby’s restaurant. Protesters hurled stones and glass at police in a furious melee that left 25 people wounded, 18 of them police.

Protests were held in cities from Tunisia to Pakistan after weekly Friday Muslim prayers, where many clerics in their mosque sermons called on congregations to defend their faith, denouncing obscure movie produced in the United States that denigrated the Prophet Muhammad.

The numbers were not huge — in most places, only a few hundred took to the streets, mostly ultraconservative Islamists — but the mood was often furious. The spread of protests comes after attacks earlier this week on the U.S. Embassies in Cairo and the Yemeni capital Sanaa and on a U.S. consulate in Libya, where the ambassador and three other Americans were killed.

After standing aside earlier this week in the face of protesters, security forces in Yemen and Egyptfired tear gas and clashed with protesters Friday to keep them away from U.S. embassies.

Egypt’s Islamist president, Mohammed Morsi, went on state TV and urged Muslims to protect foreign diplomatic missions — his first direct public move to contain protests.

“It is required by our religion to protect our guests and their homes and places of work,” he said. He also condemned the killing of the American ambassador in Libya, saying it was unacceptable in Islam. “To God, attacking a person is bigger than an attack on the Kaaba,” he said, referring to Islam’s holiest site in Mecca.

His speech was an apparent attempt to repair strained relations with the United States, which was angered by his slow response to Tuesday night’s assault on the embassy in Cairo. Police did nothing to stop protesters from climbing over the embassy walls, and Morsi was largely silent about the breaching for days afterward.

Ahead of the expected wave of protests on Friday — a tradition day for rallies in the Islamic world — U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton delivered an explicit denunciation of the anti-Muhammad video, aiming to pre-empt further turmoil at its embassies and consulates. The movie, called “Innocence of Muslims,” ridicules the Prophet Muhammad, portraying him as a fraud, a womanizer and a child molester.

“The United States government had absolutely nothing to do with this video,” she said before a meeting with the foreign minister of Morocco at the State Department. “We absolutely reject its content and message.”

“To us, to me personally, this video is disgusting and reprehensible,” Clinton said. “It appears to have a deeply cynical purpose: to denigrate a great religion and to provoke rage.”

Nonetheless, protests in several places attempted to move on American diplomatic missions — and other Western countries were pulled into the dispute.

Several thousand demonstrators protested outside the US embassy in Tunis and battled with security forces, throwing stones as police fired volleys of tear gas and shot in the air. Some protesters scaled the embassy wall and stood on top of it, planting a black flag with the Islamic profession of faith, “There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his prophet.”

Police chased them off the wall and took the flag down.

In Sudan, a prominent sheik on state radio urged protesters to march on the German Embassy to protest alleged anti-Muslim graffiti on mosques in Berlin and then to the U.S. Embassy to protest the film.

“America has long been an enemy to Islam and to Sudan,” Sheik Mohammed Jizouly said.

Soon after, several hundred Sudanese stormed into the German Embassy, burning a car parked behind its gates and setting fire to trash cans. Protesters danced and celebrated around the burning barrels as palls of black smoke billowed into the sky.

Part of the embassy building was also in flames, German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle told reporters in Berlin. “Fortunately… the employees are safe,” he said.

Police firing tear gas drove the protesters out of the compound. Some then began to demonstrate outside the neighboring British Embassy, shouting slogans, while others left, apparently heading to the American Embassy, which is outside of the capital.

In east Jerusalem, Israeli police stopped a crowd of around 400 Palestinians from marching on the U.S. consulate to protest the film. Demonstrators threw bottles and stones at police, who responded by firing stun grenades. Four protesters were arrested.

Security forces in Yemen shot live rounds in the air and fired tear gas at a crowd of around 2,000 protesters trying to march to the U.S. Embassy in the capital, Sanaa. Though outnumbered by protesters, security forces were able to keep the crowd about a block away from the mission.

A day earlier, hundreds of protesters chanting “death to America” stormed the embassy compound in Sanaa and burned the American flag. The embassy said nobody was harmed. Yemen’s president, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, quickly apologized to the United States and vowed to track down the culprits.

In Egypt, several hundred people, mainly ultraconversatives, protested in Cairo’s Tahrir Square after weekly Muslim Friday prayers and tore up an American flag, waving a black, Islamist flag.

A firebrand ultraconservative Salafi cleric blasted the film and in his sermon in Cairo’s Tahrir Square said it was upon Muslims to defend Islam and its prophet.

Many in the crowd then moved to join protesters who have been clashing for several days with police between Tahrir and the U.S. Embassy. “With our soul, our blood, we will avenge you, our Prophet,” they chanted as police fired volleys of tear gas.

Ahead of the clashes, the president spoke for more than seven minutes on state TV, saying, “It is required by our religion to protect our guests and their homes and places of work.”

“So I call on all to consider this, consider the law, and not attack embassies, consulates, diplomatic missions or Egyptian property that is private or public, ” he said.

He denounced the killing of the American ambassador in Libya. “This is something we reject and Islam rejects.

His own Muslim Brotherhood group called for peaceful protests in Tahrir to denounce the film.

A small, peaceful demonstration was held Friday outside the U.S. Embassy in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur.

Hundreds of hardline Muslims held peaceful protests against the film throughout Pakistan, shouting slogans and carrying banners criticizing the U.S. and those involved in the film.

Police in Islamabad set up barricades and razor wire to prevent protesters from getting to the diplomatic enclave, where the U.S. Embassy and many other foreign missions are located. Protests were also held in Karachi, Peshawar and Lahore, where protesters shouted “Down with America” and some burned the U.S. flag. About 200 policemen and barbed wire ringed the U.S. Consulate in Lahore.

About 1,500 protest in the eastern city of Jalalabad, shouting “Death to America” and urge President Hamid Karzai to cut relations with the U.S.

A prominent cleric in Indonesia urged Muslims there to remain calm despite their anger about the film. But Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia, a branch of the international network that advocates a worldwide Islamic state, on its website blamed the U.S. government for allowing the film to be produced and released, calling it “an act of barbarism that cannot go unpunished.”

Meanwhile, the airport in Benghazi, the city where Tuesday’s attack on the consulate took place, was closed for several hours on Friday. An airport official said the closure was due to security concerns, and the airport re-opened in the afternoon.