Tuesday, 22 December 2015
It all started with this post from 50 Cent where he accused her of turning his son against him. It was quickly deleted.
Then Shaniqua fired back with this.
And a day later, 50 Cent predicted Shaniqua would go insane once her child support is cut off in the next 18 months...
He also added the need for more funding for the programme in the hospital as well as a bigger space for the HIV clinic in Abuja. Mrs Buhari was accompanied by the wife of the vice president Mrs Dolapo Osinbajo and other dignitaries
Somalia Ministry of Religious Affairs bans Christmas and New Year celebrations, says they are contrary to Islamic culture
Somalia's Federal government today Tuesday, December 22, banned the celebrations of Christmas and New Year in the capital Mogadishu. It says celebrating Christmas is against faith of Somali Muslims and won't allow it happen in the country.
Director General of Somalia’s Ministry of Religious Affairs, Sheikh Mohamed Khayrow announced the decision in a Press Conference held in Mogadishu along with the Vice Chairman of the Supreme Religious Council (SRC), Sheikh Nur Barud Gurhan.
All events related to Christmas and New Year celebrations are contrary to Islamic culture, which could damage aqidah (faith) of the Muslim community. He added:
"All security forces are advised to halt or dissolve any gatherings. There should be no activity at all."
Sheikh Nur Barud Gurhan, the deputy chairman of the Supreme Religious Council of Somalia said that such events might motivate extremist group al-Shabaab to launch attacks in the capital.
"We [Islamic Scholars] are warning against the celebration of such events which are not relevant to the principles of our religion. Such events give also al-Shabaab to carry out attacks."
A recent post by an online community has stirred panic, as the message suggests that the Iranian military.
An unverified post by Iran Military suggests that Nigeria might soon be a target tmight be planning an assault on Nigeria, in revenge for the Shi’ites who were killed in Zaria, Kaduna state.
According the post by a Facebook community called the “Iran Military”, the Iranian forces are apparently preparing to “pay a visit” to Nigeria, to avenge the souls of the Shia Muslims killed by the Nigerian army last week.
The threatening post dated December 15 made a joke of the Nigerian administration, terming it a “puppet regime”. Below is the snapshot of the post that has started generating heated arguments, sending shivers down the spine of many.
The controversial clash, which began on Saturday, December 12, and continued a few days more, has generated diverse reactions both locally and in the international community. There has been a series of protests both at home and abroad.
Iranian officials and media condemned and expressed concern over the attack on the prominent Shi’ite cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky by the Nigerian military. The Iranian foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, called on Nigerian authorities to respect religious figures and rites.
On Tuesday, December 15, President Muhammadu Buhari received a call from the Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, over the Shi’ite bloodbath.
Various Iranian media outfits report that President Rouhani urged Buhari to act on the issue and “not allow a small matter degenerate into a bigger one“.
Earlier Tehran summoned Nigeria’s charge d’affaires to express its outrage at the Nigerian army’s deadly crackdown. The Nigerian government was required to “immediately shed light on the incident, treat the injured, and compensate for damages”.
The Shia Muslims have continued to protest, calling for the release of their leader Sheikh Zakzaky. The Shiites and the family of El-Zakzaky have said that they were unaware of his whereabouts and were uncertain of his current health status.
Certain photos have been allegedly released by the Nigeria army, seemingly showing the cleric in a terrible state.
A reprisal by the Muslim group is feared. However, leaders of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria have listed five conditions for a possible truce.
The leaders presented a catalogue of demands to the federal government. One of their major demands is the immediate release of their leader, who the Nigerian army has said is no longer in their custody.
The leader of the small Shi’ite community in Nigeria has close political and religious ties with Iran dating back to the 1979 revolution. Hence, the reason Iran and all its people are putting their weight behind him.
Opinions are divided on the recent Zaria clash. While some believe that the Nigerian army acted in accordance with its rules of engagement, others believe that they massacred unarmed civilians and should have exercised more restraint rather than using lethal force.
He said he has been doing this business for sometimes now. Please those of you that eat roasted chicken from road side in
Akajo and Onne or Eleme as a whole beware, because some of these people that roast chicken do mixed them with vulture and customer will not know they will buy and eat. Though it happened in Port Harcourt, it can happen any where. Buyers beware.
'It was a photo shoot to promote a very hot body on a 51-year-old,' The Real Housewives of Melbourne star confessed. 'I want to say "You know what? Just because you turn 50, it doesn't mean that you have to accept a flabby ass and saggy tits,''' she added.
Insisting her looks are natural, she puts her youthfulness down to losing weight and a new makeup routine. 'My aim was to inspire women in their fifties, and women who are not in their fifties, to know that you can be like this with a lot of hard work and no surgery and no Hollywood lifestyle.'
Her youthful appearance prompted speculation that she had gone under the knife but the Sri Lanka-born beauty, who is an exotic mix of Swiss, Dutch, Portuguese and Sinhalese, insists that she's all natural.
'Let's be honest here, there's not a lot of 51-year-olds that look like me unless they are from Hollywood with surgery out of control,' she said. 'I'm 100% natural. I've not had anything touched on my face, contrary to what people are talking about.'
Pettifleur explained that her changed appearance was down to a different style of make-up and a change in her weight.
'I've always been very blessed with my features. I've got super high cheekbones, I've got full lips, I've got big eyes and a small face.
'Hello, you can't ask for a lot more than that!' she added.
So confident is she in her claim that her looks are all natural she has offered a million dollars to anyone that can find a doctor who has performed cosmetic surgery on her.