Showing posts from November, 2022

Wives Of ‘Repentant’ Boko Haram Terrorists Give Birth To 263 Babies In Four Months

Over 16,000 ‘repentant’ terrorists are being accommodated in the camp. Wives of some ‘repentant’ Boko Haram fighters have given birth to no fewer than 263 babies in four months, the Borno State Government has said. The delivery was conducted at the health facility located inside the Hajj camp in Maiduguri, which is currently being used as a temporary shelter for ‘repentant’ terrorists. According to the state government, over 16,000 ‘repentant’ terrorists are being accommodated in the camp. The De-radicalisation, Rehabilitation and Reintegration Camp was established under Operation Safe Corridor in 2016 to help reform terrorists, who renounce their old ways to embrace a new life. Giving the breakdown of the delivery to journalists, the Medical Officer in charge of the health facility, Dr. Mohammed Saleh said 94 children were birthed in July 2022, 98 in August, 60 in September, and 11 in October. “Almost on a daily basis, we carry out delivery,” Saleh said. The Senior Special Adviser to

Pence Defends Trump Against Anti-Semitism Claims

Former Vice President Mike Pence speaks to guests at the Republican Jewish Coalition Annual Leadership Meeting on November 18, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images) Former Vice President Mike Pence defended 45 th President Donald J. Trump by assuring that he is not anti-Semitic. On Monday, Pence said that Trump should apologize for hosting Nick Fuentes at a dinner at his Mar-A-Lago estate last week. Pence suggested better judgment should have been exercised in screening invites. However, he also pointed out that Trump’s daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren are Jewish. Trump denied knowing who Fuentes, saying he was Kanye West’s guest. On his podcast following the dinner, Fuentes, who has been condemned by many on the right, said he does not believe that Trump initially recognized him. Latest Video from OAN

Qatar: 400-500 Migrant Workers Died Amid World Cup Building

A photo shows a tournament sign on the Corniche promenade as skyscrapers of the West Bay are seen in the background in Doha, on November 28, 2022, during Qatar 2022 World Cup football tournament. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP) (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA/AFP via Getty Images) Qatari officials say hundreds of migrant workers died while working on projects related to the World Cup. The Secretary of the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy recently said the number of deaths is anywhere from 400 to 500. He added that the workers died while building the $200 billion project that included several stadiums, metro-lines and new infrastructure. Officials previously reported worker deaths at 40, with 37 being non-work-related deaths such as heart attacks or COVID-19. The new data has reinvigorated criticisms of the Middle Eastern country for its’ several human rights abuses.

‘Blueprint’ for 2024? DeSantis pens book on going after 'entrenched elites' as presidential speculation swirls

Video DeSantis responds to question about 'GOP civil war': 'People just need to chill out' Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis reacted to the midterm election results. (WINK) EXCLUSIVE:   Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis  of Florida will chronicle his life in public service in a new book that will publish in late February in what will be seen by political pundits as another step by the conservative champion toward a possible 2024 presidential run. The autobiography by DeSantis, who was overwhelmingly re-elected three weeks ago to a second four-year term steering the  increasingly red Sunshine State , is titled "The Courage to Be Free: Florida's Blueprint for America's Revival."  Word of the book, scheduled to be published Feb. 28 by Broadside, the conservative arm of HarperCollins Publishing, was shared first with Fox News Wednesday. The publishers highlight that the autobiography will cover key moments in DeSantis’ life, from "growing up in a working-class fam

Supercell storms rip through southern states leaving millions at risk for dangerous tornadoes

A tornado was spotted in Mississippi. (Credit: SEVERESTUDIOS.COM / RYAN HEARNE) Counties across Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana are under a  tornado watch  Tuesday as a severe supercell storm system continues its trek across the United States. The National Weather Service confirmed that several tornadoes have touched down in Mississippi through Tuesday evening leaving a path of destruction in their wake.  No injuries were reported as multiple tornado warnings were issued throughout the South, and heavy thunderstorms extended from eastern Texas to Georgia and as far north as Indiana. Heavy rain and tennis ball-sized hail were also possible as forecasters reported that the storm was expected to continue. The National Weather Service has extended its "Particularly Dangerous Situation" tornado watch for southeast Arkansas, northeast Louisiana and central Mississippi through 2 am CT. The watch was originally meant to expire at 7 pm CT. The National Weather Service in Jackson e

Power-drunk First Lady, Aisha Buhari Orders Police Inspector-General To Charge Nigerian Student To Court Over Twitter Post

According to a top police officer, Aisha asked the police to stop maltreating Muhammed but insisted he must be charged before a court of jurisdiction. The Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, has been ordered to charge to court, a student of the Federal University, Dutse, Aminu Adamu Muhammed, who was arrested for tweeting that the wife of President Muhammadu Buhari, Aisha, was feeding fat on poor people’s money, SaharaReporters has gathered. According to a top police officer, Aisha asked the police to stop maltreating Muhammed but insisted he must be charged before a court of jurisdiction. “The student was taken before IGP Baba Usman today (Monday) at the Force Headquarters,” the source told SaharaReporters. “He will be charged to court; Aisha insisted she must be taken to the court to explain how she (Aisha) embezzled money. She has given an order to the IGP that the boy must be charged to court.” SaharaReporters earlier reported that Muhammed, a final-year student in the Departm