Tuesday, 2 December 2014


Namibia’s Swapo leads preliminary poll result
Namibia’s Swapo leads preliminary poll results
Namibia’s Swapo leads preliminary poll results

Namibia's ruling party looks set to win Africa's first electronic election, according to a second round of preliminary results.
Namibia has one of Africa's healthiest economies and SWAPO, the former liberation movement that secured independence from South Africa, has maintained its popular support although dissent is growing over inequality and a lack of housing.
With slightly more than half of votes counted, the South-West Africa People's Organisation party - in power since 1990 - was leading the polls with 77%.
In the booth on Friday, voters found a grey electronic device with pictures or logos of the candidates and a green button next to each one. Instead of marking a cross on paper, voters selected their choice by pressing the button.
SWAPO's candidate for president, Hage Geingob, received 86% of votes in a presidential election also held on Friday.
Geingob, who served twice as prime minister in the former German colony rich in diamonds and uranium, faced eight challengers.
On Saturday, the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) had released a first round of preliminary data putting Swapo in the lead with slightly more than 66% of the vote.
Namibia is aiming to become the world's second-largest uranium producer after Kazakhstan with the construction of its Chinese-backed Husab mine, expected to start production in 2015.
The sparsely populated, southern African state has been one of the world's best performing economies and growth is forecast to rise to 5 percent in 2014 from 4.4 percent last year. But lower metal prices, especially for its key export uranium, poses a risk, according to Namibia's central bank.

Saturday, 29 November 2014

Sunday, 23 November 2014


The All Progressives Grand Alliance,
APGA, has fixed a date, December 17 for the Special National Convention where it will adopt President Goodluck Jonathan
as its presidential candidate, approve and adopt APGA amended constitution and endorse the appointment of the Anambra State Governor, Chief Wiliie Obiano as its leader and Chairman of the Board of Trustees. National Vice Chairman South-East, Uchenna Okogbu has been directed to oversee the workings of the state in Abia
state after the Chairman of the National Working Committee suspended the state’s chairman Prince Nnanna Ukaegbu
with immediate effect for ] anti-party
The party after a meeting of its NWC in Abuja approved the outcome of the Screening Exercise for the National Assembly aspirants in Anambra State.

How Chadian President Sponsors Boko Haram Insurgency In Nigeria.........

A Cameroonian investigative journalist, Bisong Etahoben, is reporting via Twitter the arrest of Mahamat Bichara Gnoti, a close associate of Chadian President IIdriss Déby Itno. According to Sahara Reporters,Mr. Gnoti was reportedly arrested on the Chadian-
Sudan border with 19 SAM2 missiles he purchased from the Sudanese army meant for the Boko Haram terrorist network in northeastern Nigeria. Mr. Gnoti who claimed that President Idriss Déby gave him the funds to purchase the weapons, had waved a presidential pass issued to him by Mr. Deby’s office in order to get past border
guards but was stopped and searched by the guards who found the deadly weapons on him.
There has not been an official
confirmation or denial either by the
Chadian or the Nigerian authorities. A text message sent to the office of Colonel Sambo Dasuki (rtd), the National Security Adviser in Nigeria regarding Gnoti’s arrest did not receive a response, an aide said Mr. Dasuki is traveling in Mexico.
However, the arrest of Mr. Gnoti, if
confirmed, will provide solid evidence that the Chadian president is largely behind the Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria’s northwest.

Saturday, 22 November 2014

Jonathan’s performance as President Below Average Speak by Obasanjo

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Friday described the performance of President Goodluck Jonathan as below average. Obasanjo spoke during an encounter
with book writers in Abeokuta, Ogun
State, as part of activities marking the popular Ake Festival. When asked of his view on Jonathan’s administration, he said, “His performance is below average. I will not accept responsibility for his
performance. There is nobody that gets such a position without being helped.” The former President also debunked the insinuations that he had selected Jonathan as the running mate to the late President Musa Yar’Adua because he knew the latter was sick.
“Yar’Adua told me he was well. He
showed me his medical report and I even consulted experts,” he said.
He said he had only supported the idea of a South-Southerner succeeding Yar’Adua to extend the sense of belonging that the emergence of a Southern President in 1999 represented. When the former President was also asked on why he preferred Jonathan to
the former governor of Rivers State,
Donald Duke, he said, “In my own life, I don’t put all my eggs in one basket. Duke was young enough to be in the reserve. “He did not agree with me. Donald Duke
is my friend but he needs a little of
toning down. He needs to get his feet on the ground.”
The former President had, in a
December 2, 2013 18-page letter to
Jonathan titled: “Before it is too late” raised many issues concerning
Jonathan’s administration.


The Nigeria Police have released a
complete video of what really happened
that day to justify their action.It gives a
deeper insight into events of the House
of Representatives on Thursday 20th of
November 2014.
Watch complete video on: http://www.chukwe.blogspot.com


A magician worked on a cruise ship in the
Caribbean. The audience would be different each
week, so the magician did the same tricks each
week. However, there was a problem, the
captain's parrot saw the shows each week and
began to understand how the magician did every
trick. Once he understood, he started shouting
out the secrets in the middle of the show, "Look,
it's not the same hat." "Look, he is hiding the
flowers under the table." "Hey, why are all the
cards the Ace of Spades?" The magician was
furious but couldn't do anything, it was, after all,
the captain's parrot. One day, the ship had an
accident and sank. The magician found himself
with the parrot, adrift on a piece of wood, in the
middle of the ocean. They stared at each other
with hatred, but did not utter a word. This went
on for a day, then another, and another. Finally,
after a week, the parrot said, "Okay, I give up.
Where the heck is the boat?"