Okonjo-Iweala “Tired” Of Talking About Missing Chibok Girls – PREMIUM TIMES

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BE PREPARED

68338,1194558201,6.8It is also very important to remind others outside of the disabled community – young children employers and employees – that
just because you might have a disability does not mean you necessarily can’t do a job.
Preparation, that is the key word in everything we do for success. Growing up I was not only involved with DO-IT but I was also involved in a wide range of activities. “Be Prepared” is my motto.   As a young man I didn’t quite understand the meaning of this. I thought this simply meant be prepared for the activities of the day. I was wrong. Last week I had a personal
experience that reminds me that being prepared means a lot more than that.  I picked up a job through the temp agency here in town. The job seemed like just a typical
manual job.  After few month of working there, I ran into my formal boss.  I asked him if there were other jobs available because I felt my skills and talents were not being used at all at my previous place of working.His answer: Yes, an Graphic  Artist and Cafe Engineer position
opened up and they needed someone with experience for it. This week they are considering me for that position. i am no the Managing Director Simply because, I was prepared!
I have an excellent chance at obtaining this permanent position and only because I was prepared.    There are so many ways to be prepared, handling your instructor a business card with the signed alphabet on the back, to talking to your instructor about seating
arrangements and testing locations. So as you are starting your day, think real quick what you could throw into your backpack that could help you be prepared. Remember these words of wisdom, Be Prepared!

BE PREPARED

68338,1194558201,6.8It is also very important to remind others outside of the disabled community – young children employers and employees – that
just because you might have a disability does not mean you necessarily can’t do a job.
Preparation, that is the key word in everything we do for success. Growing up I was not only involved with DO-IT but I was also involved in a wide range of activities. “Be Prepared” is my motto.   As a young man I didn’t quite understand the meaning of this. I thought this simply meant be prepared for the activities of the day. I was wrong. Last week I had a personal
experience that reminds me that being prepared means a lot more than that.  I picked up a job through the temp agency here in town. The job seemed like just a typical
manual job.  After few month of working there, I ran into my formal boss.  I asked him if there were other jobs available because I felt my skills and talents were not being used at all at my previous place of working.His answer: Yes, an Graphic  Artist and Cafe Engineer position
opened up and they needed someone with experience for it. This week they are considering me for that position. i am no the Managing Director Simply because, I was prepared!
I have an excellent chance at obtaining this permanent position and only because I was prepared.    There are so many ways to be prepared, handling your instructor a business card with the signed alphabet on the back, to talking to your instructor about seating
arrangements and testing locations. So as you are starting your day, think real quick what you could throw into your backpack that could help you be prepared. Remember these words of wisdom, Be Prepared!

68338,1194558201,6.8

It is also very important to remind others outside of the disabled community – young

children employers and employees – that
just because you might have a disability does not mean you necessarily can’t do a job.
Preparation, that is the key word in everything we do for success. Growing up I was not only

involved with DO-IT but I was also involved in a wide range of activities. “Be Prepared” is

my motto.   As a young man I didn’t quite understand the meaning of this. I thought this

simply meant be prepared for the activities of the day. I was wrong. Last week I had a

personal
experience that reminds me that being prepared means a lot more than that.  I picked up a

job through the temp agency here in town. The job seemed like just a typical
manual job.  After few month of working there, I ran into my formal boss.  I asked him if

there were other jobs available because I felt my skills and talents were not being used at

all at my previous place of working.His answer: Yes, an Graphic  Artist and Cafe Engineer

position
opened up and they needed someone with experience for it. This week they are considering me

for that position. i am no the Managing Director Simply because, I was prepared!
I have an excellent chance at obtaining this permanent position and only because I was

prepared.    There are so many ways to be prepared, handling your instructor a business card

with the signed alphabet on the back, to talking to your instructor about seating
arrangements and testing locations. So as you are starting your day, think real quick what

you could throw into your backpack that could help you be prepared. Remember these words of wisdom, Be Prepared!

US flying ‘manned’ Missions to Track Down Nigeria girls

The United States was Monday flying “manned” missions over Nigeria to track down more than 200 abducted schoolgirls as experts pored over a new video seeking clues to where they are being held. “We have shared commercial satellite imagery with the Nigerians and are flying manned ISR (intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) assets over Nigeria with the government’s permission,” a senior administration official said, asking not to be named. It was not immediately clear what kinds of aircraft were being deployed, nor where they had come from. But a new video released by the Boko Haram group purportedly showing about 130 of the girls was being carefully studied by American experts in the hope it might yield vital clues as to where they are being held. “Our intelligence experts are combing through every detail of the video for clues that might help ongoing efforts to secure the release of the girls,” State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said earlier Monday. “We have no reason to question its authenticity,” she added of the video. In the video, the Islamic militant group’s leader Abubakar Shekau said the girls may be released once Nigeria frees all the Boko Haram prisoners it has in custody. But that proposal has been rejected by the Nigerian government, and Psaki recalled that the US policy is also “to deny kidnappers the benefits of their criminal acts, including ransoms or concessions.” A 30-strong US team arrived on the ground last week in Nigeria to help growing efforts to find the girls aged between 16 to 18, snatched from their boarding school in the northeast of the country on April 14. The White House said the team included five State Department officials, two strategic communications experts, a civilian security expert and a regional medical support officer. Also on the manifest are 10 Defense Department planners already in Nigeria, seven extra military advisors from US Africa Command and four FBI officials expert in hostage negotiations. “We are talking about helping the Nigerian government search an area that is roughly the size of New England,” White House spokesman Jay Carney said, referring to the region in the US northeast. “So this is no small task. But we are certainly bringing resources to bear in our effort to assist the government.” Psaki stressed the Nigerian authorities were “in the lead” during the investigation. The girls’ plight has triggered a storm of outrage across the United States, and First Lady Michelle Obama on Saturday for the first time delivered her husband’s weekly address to the nation to say they were both “outraged and heartbroken” by the kidnapping. “This unconscionable act was committed by a terrorist group determined to keep these girls from getting an education — grown men attempting to snuff out the aspirations of young girls,” she said.

Nigerian Transgender Mocks Patience Jonathan

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Iris Sahhara Henson, a Nigerian transgender who was vocal in January 2014 about President Goodluck Jonathan‘s same sex bill – read it here, is lashing out about the current state of the nation, while also mocking Patience Jonathan.

As we all know, the First Lady of the country broke down in tears while addressing First Lady of states, and staff of the school where 200+ girls were abducted.

Iris, who was formerly known as Oche, took to her Facebook page to speak on the issue.

DRAMA QUEEN! The pantomime called NIGERIA…………Rulers playing with human lives like pawns in a Chess game………..Here is the ‘eloquent’ Nigerian first Lady ‘Crying’ on national tv in her ‘Perfect’ diction ….Where are the tears? She is hiding her face with a handkerchief!…..Apparently she is a ‘Dame’ too. It took her and her husband two weeks after the abduction of over 200 school girls by terrorists to react…………………….. WELCOME TO NIGERIA; WHERE BY LAW, TWO OR MORE CONSENTING ADULTS CAN BE STONED/KILLED/PERSECUTED OR LOCKED UP FOR LOVING EACH OTHER, IN THE NAME OF GOD & IN THE NORTH,PAEDOPHILIA IS LEGAL!……………..How about the 200 Missing girls? The constant murder and terror of innocent people by Boko Haram? Corruption? Lack of electricity, clean drinking water and basic amenities? Talk about skewed priorities by the lawmakers!……….Shedding crocodile tears for sympathy…………..I’m not feeling it! She is only crying now because international leaders are weighing heavily on how badly her husband has handled the situation!

Popular Nigerian Singer, Niyola Calls President Jonathan ‘Animal

Famous Nigerian singer, Eniola Akinbo, popularly known as Niyola, has likened President Goodluck Jonathan to the animal leader in the novel Animal Farm.

The EME Records singer made this comparison while expressing her displeasure with the leadership style of President Jonathan especially on his handling of the missing school girls in Chibok, Borno State.

The Love To Love You crooner, who is fondly called the first lady of EME Records, likens the situation in the country to George Orwell’s legendary novel, Animal Farm.

* Niyola slams President Jonathan on her twitter handle

A novel where animals, led by some pigs, chased away the human minders of the farm, took over the helms of affair and turned round to inflict untold hardship on other animals, killing some, maiming others and generally making life difficult for their subjects.

While tweeting on her Twitter handle, Niyola also describes the president as a Zoologist, blaming him for the troubles the country is going through presently.

Below is aquote of her tweets: