Latest Trend: UK Nigerian Women Chasing Husbands Out Of Home
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A United Kingdom based Nigerian lawyer have disclosed about a disturbing trend that is going on in London.

The Lady who has been in London for several years disclosed during a live Facebook session with Daddy Freeze that a lot of Nigerian Men are being driven from home by their wives.

According to her, the trend has reached a pandemic level. She said she has handled several cases regarding the issue.

Hear her "I think there is a pandemic of Nigerian wives chasing their husbands from home in the United Kingdom. I should not be disclosing this because these are my clients and I don't want to lose any clients. There is really a pandemic. Once one person gets court order and they tell their friends, the thing becomes rampant. I would be honest with you there is a pandemic in the United Kingdom. London today be precise. I don't know about other places".



Woman Arrested For Beheading Her 11 Months Old Son, Says A Spirit Ordered Her
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The police in Cross River state have arrested a yet-to-be-identified woman for allegedly beheading her 11-month-old baby in the Yonen community of Ugep, Yakurr local government area on Tuesday, November 29.

Confirming the arrest to newsmen, the spokesperson of the state police command, Irene Ugbo said the suspect was almost lynched by a mob after she was apprehended.  She added that the case would be transferred from Ugep to the homicide department for proper investigation.

“It is quite unfortunate and devastating, already she is in protective custody, but the matter will surely be brought to Calabar” the spokeswoman stated.

It was gathered that the mother of two allegedly used a machete to cut off the head of the baby. A witness said the woman’s eight-year-old son raised the alarm about the killing, which attracted neighbors.

27-year Old Yahoo Boy Arrested For Allegedly Beating His Undergraduate Girlfriend To Death In Ogun State.
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A 27-year-old suspected arrested by men of Ogun state Police Command for allegedly k!lling his girlfriend, one Idowu Buhari, an HND1 Mass Communication student of Gateway polytechnic Saapade.

The spokesperson of the state police command, SP Abimbola Oyeyemi, who confirmed the arrest, said the suspect was arrested following a distress call received at Ode -Remo divisional headquarters, that the suspect, who resides at No 3, Mojubade compound, Eredu Ishara, locked himself and his girlfriend inside his room and had started b€ating the girl and hitting her head against the wall, and all efforts made to persuade him to open the door proved abortive.

''Upon the distress call, the DPO Ode-remo division, CSP Fasogbon Olayemi quickly led his men to the scene where they met the victim in the pool of her blood after forcing the door opened. 

The victim was quickly rushed to State Hospital Ishara,but was pronounced d€ad by doctor on duty. ''A statement from Oyeyemi reads

He said the suspect who is an indigine of Enugu state was promptly arrested and taken to custody. 

''On interrogation, the suspect, Obeta John, informed the police that he is an internet fraudster, and that certain amount of money from one of his clients was paid into the account of his deceased girlfriend which she refused to relinquish to him.

He stated further that it was the argument over the said money that led to scuffle between them which eventually led to the d€ath of the girl. ''the statement further read

Abimbola added that the state Commissioner of Police, CP Lanre Bankole, has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspect to Homicide section of the State Criminal Investigation Departments for further investigation and diligent prosecution. - LIB



Ingredients Highlight: Bulgur
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This is simply wholewheat that has been cleaned and parboiled to make for faster cooking. It is a fiber rich alternative to rice and especially great for dieters because of its low calorie point and high
satiety level.

You will find bulgur in speciality food stores across Nigeria. There are also individuals who sell them, more details can be found on our Facebook group.
If you are sensitive to gluten, this might not be a great option.

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Idi Amin Dada Oumee was born around 1923 near Koboko, in the West Nile Province of what is now the Republic of Uganda. Deserted by his father at an early age, he was brought up by his mother, an herbalist and diviner. Amin was a member of the Kakwa ethnic group, a small Islamic tribe that had settled in the region.

Amin received little formal education. In 1946, he joined Britain's colonial African troops known as the King's African Rifles (KAR) and served in Burma, Somalia, Kenya (during the British suppression of the Mau Mau), and Uganda. Although he was considered a skilled soldier, Amin developed a reputation for cruelty and was almost cashiered on several occasions for excessive brutality during interrogations. Nevertheless, he rose through the ranks, reaching sergeant major before finally being made an effendi, the highest rank possible for a Black African serving in the British army. Amin was also an accomplished athlete, holding Uganda's light heavyweight boxing championship title from 1951 to 1960.

As Uganda approached independence, Amin's close colleague Apollo Milton Obote, the leader of the Uganda People's Congress (UPC), was made chief minister and then prime minister. Obote had Amin, one of only two high-ranking Africans in the KAR, appointed as first lieutenant of the Ugandan Army. Sent north to quell cattle stealing, Amin perpetrated such atrocities that the British government demanded he be prosecuted. Instead, Obote arranged for him to receive further military training in the U.K.

Soldier for the State

On his return to Uganda in 1964, Amin was promoted to major and given the task of dealing with an army in mutiny. His success led to a further promotion to colonel. In 1965, Obote and Amin were implicated in a deal to smuggle gold, coffee, and ivory out of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. A parliamentary investigation demanded by President Edward Mutebi Mutesa II put Obote on the defensive. Obote promoted Amin to general and made him chief-of-staff, had five ministers arrested, suspended the 1962 constitution, and declared himself president.

Coup d'Etat
Idi Amin began to strengthen his position within the Army using the funds obtained from smuggling and from supplying arms to rebels in southern Sudan. He also developed ties with British and Israeli agents in the country. President Obote first responded by putting Amin under house arrest. When this failed to work, Amin was sidelined to a non-executive position in the Army. On January 25, 1971, while Obote was attending a meeting in Singapore, Amin led a coup d'etat, taking control of the country and declaring himself president. Popular history recalls Amin's declared title to be "His Excellency President for Life, Field Marshal Al Hadji Doctor Idi Amin, VC, DSO, MC, Lord of All the Beasts of the Earth and Fishes of the Sea, and Conqueror of the British Empire in Africa in General and Uganda in Particular."

Amin was initially welcomed both within Uganda and by the international community. President Mutesa—fondly known as "King Freddie"—had died in exile in 1969, and one of Amin's earliest acts was to have the body returned to Uganda for a state burial. Political prisoners (many of whom were Amin followers) were freed and the Ugandan Secret Police was disbanded. At the same time, however, Amin formed "killer squads" to hunt down Obote's supporters.

Ethnic Purging
Obote took refuge in Tanzania, from where, in 1972, he attempted unsuccessfully to regain the country through a military coup. Obote supporters within the Ugandan Army, predominantly from the Acholi and Lango ethnic groups, were also involved in the coup. Amin responded by bombing Tanzanian towns and purging the Army of Acholi and Lango officers. The ethnic violence grew to include the whole of the Army, and then Ugandan civilians, as Amin became increasingly paranoid. The Nile Mansions Hotel in Kampala became infamous as Amin's interrogation and torture center, and Amin is said to have moved residences regularly to avoid assassination attempts. His killer squads, under the official titles of "State Research Bureau" and "Public Safety Unit," were responsible for tens of thousands of abductions and murders. Amin personally ordered the execution of the Anglican Archbishop of Uganda, the chancellor of Makerere College, the governor of the Bank of Uganda, and several of his own parliamentary ministers.

In 1972, Amin declared "economic war" on Uganda's Asian population, a group that dominated Uganda's trade and manufacturing sectors as well as a significant portion of the civil service. Seventy thousand Asian holders of British passports were given three months to leave the country, and the abandoned businesses were handed over to Amin's supporters. Amin severed diplomatic ties with Britain and "nationalized" 85 British-owned businesses. He also expelled Israeli military advisors, turning instead to Colonel Muammar Muhammad al-Gadhafi of Libya and the Soviet Union for support.

Amin was considered by many to be a gregarious, charismatic leader, and he was often portrayed by the international press as a popular figure. In 1975, he was elected chair of the Organisation of African Unity (though Julius Kambarage Nyerere, president of Tanzania, Kenneth David Kaunda, president of Zambia, and Seretse Khama, president of Botswana, boycotted the meeting). A United Nations condemnation was blocked by African heads of state.

Popular legend claims that Amin was involved in blood rituals and cannibalism. More authoritative sources suggest he may have suffered from hypomania, a form of manic depression characterized by irrational behavior and emotional outbursts. As his paranoia became more pronounced, Amin imported troops from Sudan and Zaire. Eventually, less than 25 percent of the Army was Ugandan. Support for his regime faltered as accounts of Amin's atrocities reached the international press. The Ugandan economy suffered, with inflation eclipsing 1,000%

In October 1978, with the assistance of Libyan troops, Amin attempted to annex Kagera, the northern province of Tanzania (which shares a border with Uganda). Tanzanian president Julius Nyerere responded by sending troops into Uganda, and with the aid of rebel Ugandan forces they were able to capture the Ugandan capital of Kampala. Amin fled to Libya, where he stayed for almost 10 years before finally relocating to Saudi Arabia. He remained there in exile for the remainder of his life.

On August 16, 2003, Amin died in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The cause of death was reported as multiple organ failure. Although the Ugandan government announced that his body could be buried in Uganda, he was quickly buried in Saudi Arabia. Amin was never tried for his gross abuse of human rights.

Amin's brutal reign has been the subject of numerous books, documentaries, and dramatic films, including "Ghosts of Kampala," "The Last King of Scotland," and "General Idi Amin Dada: A Self Portrait." Often depicted in his time as an eccentric buffoon with delusions of grandeur, Amin is now considered one of history's cruelest dictators. Historians believe his regime was responsible for at least 100,000 deaths and possibly many more. 

Qoutes from IDI Amin

"I am not a politician but a professional
soldier. I am, therefore, a man of few
words and I have been brief through my
professional career."

2. If we knew the meaning to
everything that is happening to
us, then there would be no

3. In any country there must be
people who have to die. They
are the sacrifices any nation has
to make to achieve law and

4. I am the hero of Africa.

5. My mission is to lead the country
out of a bad situation of
corruption, depression and
slavery. After I rid the country of
these vices, I will then organize
and supervise a general election
of a genuinely democratic civilian

6. Politics is like boxing — you try to
knock out your opponents.

6. There is freedom of speech, but I cannot guarantee freedom after speech" Idi Amin

7. I'm a good Muslim and I'm only
interested in Islam.

8. It's not for me. I tried human
flesh and it's too salty for my

9. I myself consider myself the most
powerful figure in the world

10. Although some people felt Adolf
Hitler was bad, he was a great
man and a real conqueror whose
name would never be forgotten.

11. You cannot run faster than a

12. I do not want to be controlled by any
superpower. I myself consider myself the
most powerful figure in the world, and
that is why I do not let any superpower
control me.

13. I want your heart. I want to eat your
(Idi Amin to an adviser just before
I ate them before they ate me

14. We Africans used to carry
Europeans, but now Europeans are
carrying us. We are now the masters …
They came from Britian and wanted to show that they really have power in mycountry.”


The Toilet Can Generates Gas for Cooking & Electricity

Nigerian Man Builds Toilet That Generates Gas For Cooking & Electricity
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The toilet generate gas for cooking

A young talented Nigerian man has constructed a toilet that generates electricity and cooking gas on its own. 

Bekwarra Blog, shared the news on Facebook group, known as Rant HQ Extention, disclosed that the innovation is very cheap and lasts longer. 

Social media users have reacted to the photos of the man constructing the toilet and putting it to use. 

It was reported that the man's name is Okwudor and he hails from Njaba local government area of Imo state. 

Many Nigerians commended his innovation and sought to get his contact. 

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