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Monday, October 31, 2011

Ben Murray Bruce not eligible says the Gubernatorial Screening Appeal Committee of PDP

Silverbird chairman, Ben Murray Bruce, was yesterday screened out of the Bayelsa governorship race by the Gubernatorial Screening Appeal Committee of the PDP in Bayelsa State, for possessing dual citizenship.

According To LIB, The committee only cleared three candidates; Youpele Kalango, Christopher Enai and Henry Seriake Dickson as eligible candidates to contest in the upcoming Guber election.

The panel also excluded the name of current governor of the state, Timipre Sylva, for allegedly operating foreign accounts.

Prophesies to Nigeria from Prophet David Abiola

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These prophecies came expressly from God to His servant, Prophet David Abiola concerning Nigeria and Nigerians -


1. Anytime from now, Boko Haram would again, bomb a major building in Abuja and lives would be destroyed.

2. A foreign Coach would be engage to replace Sam Siasia and the coach would re-arrange Su...per Eagles

3. There would be an attempt of assassination on Barrack Obama's life before the next US election

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

President of the Silverbird Group, Mr Ben Murray Bruce joined the Bayelsa Governorship Race

The President of the Silverbird Group, Mr Ben Murray Bruce has joined the Former Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission [NDDC] and Special Adviser to the President on the Niger Delta, Mr Timi Alaibe in the Bayelsa state 2012 governorship race.

Bruce, President of the Silverbird Television and Rhythm FM was said to have collected his Expression of Interest and Nomination forms over the weekend.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

My Weekend Video to you guys: N'ergi- like a Guitar

This is my weekend song for you guys...

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Speech Reaction from Hon Patrick Obahiagbon to Fuel Subsidy Removal

I have read with acatalectic disgust, governments asinine and puerile ratiocinations attempting to justiceate the proposed removal of subsidies from petroleum products. It has asseverated that it’s intentions is guided by the need to checkmate the odoriferous excesses of a machiavellian and mephistophelean cabal and I have said to myself, what a shame? What a self indicting admittal of the failure of governance? What an hocus-pocus?

Jonathan launches job creation scheme for 3,600 youths

President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday formally launched a program called YouWin, also known as Youth Enterprise with Innovation in Nigeria. This is one part of his administrative programmes to empower the youth of Nigeria. It is also geared at providing employment and wealth creation as he has pledged to make job creation a top priority of his government.

The scheme is an innovative business plan competition that harnesses the creative energies of young people between the ages of 18 and 35, and is largely targeted at owners of existing formal and informal businesses who will be asked to submit their business plans for a competition.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

There are pains and gains of stardom, Peter Okoye ( P-Square)

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There are pains and gains of stardom but for now, the gains are more than the pains.

I think travelling on road when we first started was the major pain because we couldn’t afford flight ticket. I can’t remember the number of road accidents I and my brother had. It was so scary.

Monday, October 3, 2011

High school cheerleader collapses and dies on the sideline during football game

Model student: Cheerleader Angela Gettis, a student at Washington Prep High School, apparently suffered sudden cardiac arrest during a game Friday night

A football game between Los Angeles high school football rivals turned tragic when a cheerleader collapsed on the sideline and died.

Angela Gettis was briefly revived after passing out Friday at Fremont High School, according to LA Unified School District spokesman Tom Waldman. 

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Woman sentenced to dearth by Hanging

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Woman To Die By Hanging Emotions were high at High Court Number 10, Maiduguri, Borno State, northeast Nigeria today when Rebecca Emmanuel who was accused of poisoning her 9-year old son, Ishaya Emmanuel sometime in 2008 was sentenced to death by hanging.

Rebecca, mother of four who was earlier granted bail by the court and had consistently appeared at the court during her trial, could not get the sympathy of the trial judge Justice Pirogai Ngada who, while delivering her judgement said: “I agree that she has four children and has never absconded from bail but Section 221 of the law under which she is convicted is a mandatory provision of culpable homicide punishable by death. I wish I can temper justice with mercy. But I can’t because she is hereby sentenced to death by hanging.”