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Sunday, 24 August 2014

Breaking News: Cameroon Footballer Albert Ebosse dies from 'head injury'



Footballer Albert Ebosse dies from 'head injury' after being hit by object thrown from crowd.

According to Richard Beech report on Mirror.co.uk, Albert Ebosse was playing a match in Algeria when fans started launching objects onto the pitch. The 24-year-old was taken to hospital but died after sustaining a head injury as he left the pitch.

Saturday, 23 August 2014

Nigerian artist; FEMI KUTI recieved a Grammy nomination 2014.


The Afrobeat star Femi Kuti Fela Anikulapo son of Kuti, creator of afrobeat is named for the fourth time at the Grammy Awards in the category "Best World Music Album" with his album "No Place For My Dream." He will face RAVI SHANKAR Indian musician at GIPSY KINGS French group and the South African group LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO. All supports to you Kuti. 

P-Square and T??!! What Are They Up To??


Well well, what is going on in this picture, P-Square and TI together on a music video shoot? no one either from P-Square or IT camp is talking about this yet, it is all quiet. I guess a new sound track will soon be hitting the chats.


Friday, 22 August 2014

Who really posted photos of Nathalie Koah???!!!

Forgive me all but, I still have a very big question on this Nathalie Koah pictures reaching the social media. Who really posted those photos? Eto’o, who got really upset for being dumped or rather for having Nathalie cheating on him with his friend Fally? Perhaps it is Fally Ipupa, who was just being shady and totally not in love with this woman? Right to this point, none of the two has commented on this controversial scandal.

Breaking news: Two new confirmed cases of Ebola in Nigeria??!!!


This was confirmed today by the Minister of Health, Onyebuchi Chukwu. Accoding the information released, the infected persons are the first secondary contacts. they are spouses of two previous Ebola patients. This could only make sence as they had primary contact with Liberian; Patrick Sawyer, who according the Misnistry of Health, brought the desease into the country.

A total of 14 cases of Ebola are recorded in the country, claiming the lives of 5 patients who tested positive including Patrick Sawyer .

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Is the search for Ebola cure promising ??!!!




Can we start jubilating??!! Despite having no cure for Ebola, BBC report today that a minister confirmed; three doctors in Liberia with Ebola who started taking an experimental drug last Thursday are showing remarkable signs of improvement. Nevertheless, the World Health Organization (WHO) has ruled that untested drugs can be used in light of the scale of outbreak in West Africa.

Breaking news: Missing 17 suspected Ebola patients have been found.



Thanking God as missing suspected Ebola patients were found.

People who were being screened for Ebola when they fled a health center during looting have turned themselves into a hospital, a Liberian official said Today.

As pointed out yesterday, the patients fled when an Ebola holding facility was ransacked in Liberia's capital, Monrovia, on Saturday night, raising fears that the deadly virus might spread into the densely populated slum surrounding it. Information Minister Lewis Brown said today that the last 17 people who were missing have now turned themselves in to a treatment center at a major hospital in the capital.

It was also confirmed that people who fled have not yet been confirmed to have Ebola; and that they were in the holding center because they were at risk of having the disease. Mr Brown said they are now being tested.

"They were traced and finally they turned themselves in at the JFK" hospital, Brown told The Associated Press.

Eventhough this is good news, there is still fear that the desease may have been spread during their escape and also the fact that, residents of the West Point slum stole bloody sheets and mattresses during the looting. It is still not clear where those items are.

This raid has certainly been a huge setback in the struggle to contain the outbreak.

Monday, 18 August 2014

Visit Yvonne Nelson (Yn's closet)....Call: @theynlook's ..loving it..!!


You rock Yvonne..!!


Spanish Businessman Arrested At The Airport In Ghana With 17 Parcels Of Cocaine.


Spanish businessman arrested at the airport in Ghana with 17 parcels of cocaine. The 52-year-old suspect was holder of a spanish passport and his name is Perez Serna Anthonio. His Spanish passport number: AAJ 470941R issued on July 21, 2014. 

His arrest was at Kotoka International Airport (KIA). The drugs he carried was weighing 11 kilogrammes, with a street value of about $800,000. He concealed the drugs in two travelling bags which he had checked into the aircraft.

Perez Serna Anthonio, had travelled from Brazil and transited in Togo before arriving Ghana on board of Asky Airlines flight KPOO14 on August 5, 2014.

According to the Deputy Executive Secretary of NACOB (Narcotics Control Board);
It was while going through arrival formalities, that the officials on duty at the time suspected that he had ingested narcotics drugs and so he was pulled aside. He said a urine test conducted on the suspect proved negative, but the officials decided to probe further by searching the two bags Anthonio had picked from the baggage claim, during which the 17 parcels were found.

Mr Blankson; Deputy Executive Secretary of NACOB said further investigations also revealed that Anthonio was an ex-convict who had spent seven years in jail in Spain for stabbing someone. Investigations are ongoing, after which the suspect will be arraigned.

Source: Daily Graphic

Breaking news: Ten Ebola patients have escaped a hospital facility


A medical facility in Liberia precisely Monrovia was attacked by an angry mob on Saturday evening.

According to a reporter telling BBC, 17 had escaped while 10 others were taken away by their families. Rebecca Wesseh an eye witnessed of the attack, told AFP news agency: "They broke down the door and looted the place. The patients have all gone."

After this attack and the resulted incidence, the local community has reportedly expressed their anger over the Ebola isolation centre which had been setup in their neighbourhood.

My question is? why are these infected persons not treated in adequate hospitals facilities with proper security surveilliance. I believe the WHO is desperatly in need of knowing how to combat this more or less invincible specie of a virus..! so why aren't they moving to these red areas to stop further spread. And what is UN doing? don't these patients need a camp to refuge themselves while recieving the proper care and treatements? 

Till date, more than 400 people are known to have died from the virus in Liberia, out of a total of 1,145 deaths recorded by the World Health Organization.
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