IPOB dares security, march the street Of aba.


The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has dared Nigerian security forces as they marched the streets of Aba, in solidarity with its Anambra counterpart, protesting against the November 18 gubernatorial elections.

The agitators who mostly covered their faces, were publicly seen chanting Biafra songs, while declaring 18th November 2017 as ‘Sit at Home Day’ in Aba and Abia State in general.

Recall that Nigerian government had previously proscribed the secessionist group in the south eastern region.

The military had also declared IPOB as a terrorist organization.


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Meet the Man who has enough weapons to start a civil war called (Mel Bernstein) 

If Mel Bernstein were an African, he would have been a ‘war lord’.

The armoury of Mel is better than that of some 

In a place called El Paso County located in Colorado,  lies a massive 260 acre home turned military museum named ‘Dragonland’ by its owner.

Mel Bernstein is a 71-year man, originally from New York. He prefers to go by his nickname the Dragon Man, which was inspired by Harley Davidson.

His museum collection is estimated to be worth above $10 million, while his gun collection alone is estimated at $8 million.

This armoury is stored in different rooms, which are named after countries that have gone to war with the United States. These wars span between World War I and Afghanistan. The size of the room is 65,000 square feet.

One of many rooms in his museum with such heavy stock of weapons.  (Daily Mail)

Mel also has a reimagined World War II bunker with its complete bullet-riddled pots and pans. This machine of war has its uniformed mannequins stationed at anti-aircraft bazookas.

Among other collections in his museum include machine guns, military vehicles, landmines, military swords, grenades and countless other unused war memorabilia. These are all housed in 86 show cabinets and a tour of the museum would take 3-4 hours to be able to see everything.

Amazingly, everything works and nothing is fake. Since it’s a private collection and not a government museum everything can work.

A memorial World War II bunker tank.  (Daily Mail)

Some of the weapons in ‘Dragonland Museum’.  (Letters of Thought)
Mel Bernstein is a gun lover.  (Letters of Thought)

Surely Nigerians would have loved to be this man.  (Letters of Thought)


These firearms make him feel so comfortable that his bedroom isn’t spared from being decorated with hundreds of guns hung up on the walls. This is to portray his obsession with weaponry.

Mel has earned himself a reputation with a whopping 37,000 followers on Facebook. More so, this place is visited by hundreds of weekend visitors who come to shoot firearms at his range or to visit his military museum.

Source: Pulse.ng

​Nigeria has become nation of sorrow under Buhari – PDP


The Peoples Democratic Party has stated that Nigerians are suffering under the President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government.

The Vice-Chairman of the party in the North-East, Emmanuel Njiwah, made this observation in Yola, on Wednesday.

According to him, Nigeria had become a nation of sorrow under the All Progressives Congress.

Njiwah belongs to the Senator Modu Sheriff faction of the party, which is locked in a bitter leadership struggle with the Senator Ahmed Makarfi faction.

The factional vice-chairman, who spoke while inaugurating the Adamawa State executive committee of the PDP led by Abdulrahman Bobboi, said the APC had devastated the economy.

He said, “Anybody with a plan for Nigeria cannot come into power and within the spate of a year, plunge the largest economy on the continent into recession.

“They have actually devastated the economy of Nigeria but they kept blaming the PDP. But the fact remains that as of May 29, 2015, Nigeria was the largest economy in Africa and as of May 2016, we have become a nation of sorrow.”

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While presenting the 28-member Adamawa State chapter of the party with their certificates of return, Njiwah reiterated the determination of the PDP to reclaim power in 2019.

He said, “The PDP needs to come back. Is there anybody who is not suffering here? Those who voted them in and even we that didn’t vote them are suffering too. Our markets are not different. Our filling stations are not different. We are buying from the same markets.

“We want to buy a bag of rice for N7,000. We want to buy fuel at N87 per litre.”

A former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Ali Gulak, who was chairman on the occasion, deplored the poor state of the economy under the APC-led Federal Government.

Earlier in June, Vice President,Yemi Osinbajo also admitted that there’s suffering in the land.

According to him, his boss, President Muhammadu Buhari meant well for the people of the country and thus needed the support and cooperation of Nigerians to bring the desired change.

Source: DailyPostDailyPost

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​Trump election win prompts anger, protests across US


Protesters burned an orange-haired Donald Trump head in effigy, lit bonfires and blocked traffic late Wednesday as anger over the billionaire’s election to the presidency spilled onto the streets of major cities.

From New York to Los Angeles, thousands of people marched, rallied and chanted in around 10 cities against the billionaire president-elect a day after his stunning upset win, some carrying signs with slogans such as “Not our President” and “Love trumps hate.”

Source: Vanguard

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​Trump: Protests in US cities, 5 shot

Republican Donald Trump’s surprise U.S. presidential election win, sparked spontaneous protests across many cities on Wednesday, with marchers blasting his stance on immigrants, Muslims and other groups.

In New York, thousands of protesters filled streets in midtown Manhattan as they made their way to Trump Tower, Trump’s gilded home on Fifth Avenue. Hundreds of others gathered at a Manhattan park and shouted “Not my president.”

Source: Vanguard

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​Pitt wins Angelina Jolie in divorce case


An investigation into whether Brad Pitt was abusive toward his son on a private flight in September says the case has been closed with no finding of abuse by the actor, a source familiar with the inquiry said Wednesday.

The source, who was not authorised to speak publicly, told The Associated Press that the investigation was closed within the past few days.

Source: Vanguard

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​Trump in the eyes of Nigerians


Some Nigerians have expressed their thoughts about the emergence of Republican Donald Trump as the U.S president-elect. They gave their notions on what Trumps victory portends for Nigeria.

Source: Vanguard

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