2015: Federal might won’t work in APC states – Saraki, Ahmed tell PDP
Thursday, 02 October 2014

Kwara State Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed and Senator Bukola Saraki have again predicted triumph of the All Progressives Congress (APC) over the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) at the federal level next year.

They dismissed the use of federal might to win elections, saying such days were gone.


Nigeria undergoing economic revitalisation, says Kalu
Thursday, 02 October 2014

Former Governor of Abia State and business mogul, Dr Orji Uzor Kalu, has said Nigeria is undergoing an intricate, but highly visible period of socio-economic revitalization.

He said the nation is far from the pariah state many in the international community would believe.


Independence: Amaechi speaks on education, transport, security and politics
Thursday, 02 October 2014

Rivers State Governor, Rotimi Amaechi has faulted discriminatory fees charged by the authorities of the Rivers State University of Science and Technology.

Governor Amaechi said there was no basis for the discrepancy in fees between indigenous and non-indigenous students of Rivers State.


Nigerian president praises Ebola fight on country's anniversary
Wednesday, 01 October 2014

Celebrating recent victories over Ebola and Islamic extremists, President Goodluck Jonathan marked Nigeria's 54 years of independence from Britain on Wednesday.

Jonathan congratulated his government on successfully curtailing the Ebola crisis blamed for the deaths of eight people in Nigeria.


INEC releases notice of 2015 general elections
Wednesday, 01 October 2014

The Independent National Electoral Commission on Wednesday released

the Notification for the 2015 General Elections to political parties, signalling its preparedness for the polls.

The Chief Press Secretary to the INEC Chairman, Mr. Kayode Idowu, said the  commission was, by virtue of Section 30 (1) of the Electoral Act, 2010 (as amended), expected to issue a Notice for the elections not later than 90 days (October 1) before the date of the elections.


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First Lady Died of Plastic Surgery Complications PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sowore Omoyele and Jonathan Elendu   
Sunday, 23 October 2005
USP Hospital of Marbella
Since the death of Nigeria’s First Lady, Stella Obasanjo, was announced early this morning, rumors have been rife as to the cause of her death. She died at about 02: 35 AM, Nigeria time. An Elendureports.com investigation can now confirm that Stella Obasanjo died due to complications arising from plastic surgery.
Dr. Roger E. Amar had been rumored to be the surgeon who performed the ill-fated surgery. In a letter to Elendureports.com, Agathe Dawson speaking on behalf of Dr. Roger E. Amar of Fat Autograft Muscle Injection (FAMI), said: “We would like to make it very clear that these events (First Lady’s death) were due in no part to Dr. Roger E. Amar and the FAMI Academy, or to any of his clinics.” While consoling President Obasanjo and the Nigerian people on Stella Obasanjo’s death, Dr. Amar said that it was his hope and those in the plastic surgery community that “through continued education and the enforcement of ever more stringent regulations the inherent risks of surgery no longer lead to the loss of any precious life.”

Stella Obasanjo, who would have turned 60 on November 14th, was put under an
Late Stella Obasanjo
operation in the clinic of aesthetic surgery, Molding Clinic, located near Banús Port, Spain. The surgery did not go as planned as complications arose. Stella Obasanjo was said to have entered an “advanced state of shock.” She was then transferred to the USP Hospital of Marbella. According to our sources, doctors at the hospital tried to resuscitate her from coma but were unsuccessful.
Molding Clinic (courtesy THE NEWS)

President Obasanjo and Stella had been in Spain last September for a State Visit. Her death is currently being investigated by a Magistrate from Court 2 in Marbella, Spain. Judicial sources said an autopsy will be carried out tomorrow to determine the First Lady’s cause of death. The autopsy will be performed at the Legal Institute of Malaga.

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