xmlns:og='http://ogp.me/ns#' TheKorro.net: November 2011

Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Today is World Aids Day with theme 'Getting to Zero

Today, seventy million people are infected with a virus that 30 years ago no one had heard of, Today is World Aids Day and its theme is ''Getting to Zero''
Zero New HIV Infections" and "Zero Discrimination" are equally as likely to spark high impact events from small scale community vigils to nation wide events using the universally recognized shape of zeros and the power of light to get life and death issues the attention they deserve.
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Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Charlie Boy at the NMVAs

@walegates Tweeted---->>>This is what the senate should ban

Racist British Woman Captured On Videotape

i think she was drunk though.

Nigeria Senate approves bill banning gay marriage in Africa’s most populous nation

LAGOS, Nigeria — Nigeria’s Senate voted Tuesday to criminalize gay marriage, instituting prison terms of more than a decade for violations in a nation where gays and lesbians already face discrimination and abuse.
The bill heads to Nigeria’s House of Representatives, who have to approve the bill and send it to President Goodluck Jonathan for his signature before it becomes a law. However, public opinion — and lawmakers’ calls for even harsher penalties for being gay — shows wide support for the measure in the deeply religious nation.

“Such elements in society should be killed,” Sen. Baba Dati said during the debate. Under the measure, couples who marry could face up to 14 years in jail, and witnesses or anyone who helps couples marry could be sentenced to 10 years behind bars. That’s an increase over the bill’s initial penalties. More on the Story

Monday, 28 November 2011

General Olusegun Obasanjo at Obasanjo Farms, Ogun State, 1989

General Olusegun Obasanjo, president 1976-79, at Obasanjo Farms, Ogun State, 1989 Courtesy Orlando E. Pacheco

New Video: Skales - Mukulu (dir. Clarence Peters)

Official Video for EME Artist - Skales titled Mukulu
Brand new video to “Mukulu” the recently released single by E.M.E Rap Star Skales. “Mukulu” is an infectious crowd pleaser, and this video which features a cameo by GOOD Music’s own Don Jazzy and EME’s R &B superstar Banky W is sure to have everyone on their feet.“Mukulu” is produced by SARZ and this very fun, clean video was directed by none other than the renowned Clarence Peters. _

Sunday, 27 November 2011

AKI (from Aki n PawPaw) gets Married

Aki(Chinedu Ikedieze ) gets married today at Mbano, Imo State and the bride is Nneoma Hope Nwajah.

Saturday, 26 November 2011

I Didnt Buy a Rolls Royce_Duncan Mighty

Early in November it was reported that Nigerian artist Duncan Mighty had acquired a Rolls Royce phantom, even with some pictures to show.
Apparently we were all misinformed, as the Artist(Duncan Mighty) has denied buying the Car and said, it was only hired for a video shoot. Even though I know Duncan Mighty is quite Rich enough to buy it....And maybe denying that he bought it for safety....

Wednesday, 23 November 2011

MessageInAPicture: Tonex then and Now

Tonex then and Now

Nigeria's anti-corruption chief Farida Waziri sacked

by BBC

Nigeria's President, Goodluck Jonathan, has sacked the head of the country's anti-corruption agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). No reason was given by the president's office for Farida Waziri's dismissal. Her predecessor at the EFCC, Nuhu Ribadu, was removed midway through his term in 2007 not long after Umaru Yar'Adua became president. Rights groups have been critical of the agency, accusing it of being under the influence of politicians. Nigeria has been plagued by allegations that its wealth has been used for corrupt purposes since the oil boom of the 1970s. Ms Waziri's deputy, Ibrahim Lamorde, has been appointed by the president to head the commission.

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Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Meet B-Slade, Formerly called Tonex

Interview between Walter Rutledge and recording artist B. Slade at his debut performance. The performance took place at Joe's Pub in New York City. Whatever it is, who are we to Judge...Just remember let him that thinks he stands, take heed lest he falls. And our prayer is that we all finish strong.

Monday, 21 November 2011

Only the Good Die Young.

More Than a poem.
2 people die a second....

Atumpan - The Thing ft. Stone (Bradez) (Official Video + Lyrics)

Mr Atumpan is back with another great track 'The Thing' Featuring Stone of The Bradez. Sunset Productions. The Lyrics Below CHORUS Small girl, you don't know the thing I am teaching you the thing You are playing with the thing 2x I say push it up, push it up Move am , move am Wind am wind am slow Make you no dey rush am Move am move am Aso we go

Sunday, 20 November 2011

NEW VIDEO: JINGLE BELL - Tunde Ednut Ft. Iceprince, JJC, Lynxxx, Davido.

JINGLE BELL video directed by MR SKILLZ (JJC)

So, who's that lady on the Chelsea bench?

She is the Reserve team doctor.... Eva Carneiro also took her place on the sidelines Carneiro previously worked for the England women's team and helped British athletes for the Beijing Olympics.

The Chairman and Publisher of the Guardian, Chief Alex Uruemu Ibru is.

The Chairman and Publisher of the Guardian, Chief Alex Uruemu Ibru is dead. According to a statement by the paper, Ibru gave up the ghost at about 2.30pm today. He had been sick for a while and was aged 66.
Ibru was born on March1, 1945, the youngest of the famous Ibru brothers who hailed from Agbhara-Otor, in today’s Delta State and whose entrepreneurship made the name almost synonymous with business in Nigeria. He attended the Yaba Methodist Primary School(1951-1957), Ibadan Grammar School(1958-1960), Igbobi College, Lagos(1960-1963) and the University of Trent (formerly Trent Polytechnic)(1967-1970) where he studied Business Economics. After working briefly in the family business under the tutelage of his older brother and patriarch, Micheal C.O. Ibru, Alex Ibru launched out on his own and soon became one of the most successful young businessmen in the country. More on this story

Thursday, 17 November 2011

Ortega-Hernandez charged with trying to assassinate Obama

Oscar Ortega, a man with an apparent obsession with President Barack Obama, has been arrested in Pennsylvania in connection with shooting at the White House. After the Secret Service discovered two bullets struck the residence Friday night while the president was away, authorities launched a full scale investigation. One bullet smashed into a window of the mansion but was halted there by ballistic glass. Additionally, a round of ammunition was found on the exterior.

Monday, 14 November 2011

Nigeria: National Honours Awards 2010 and 2011 (Full List))

The Federal government of Nigeria has released the list of 2010 and 2011 National Honours Award recipients. The Economic Confidential has discovered that over 80% of the awardees came from the public sector as either public officers or political appointees. Less than 15% of the recipients are actually from the private sector including the tradition rulers, religious leaders and artists whose individual contributions were considered for the awards. The highest award of Grand Commander of the Niger (GCON) goes to Aliko Dangote of Dangote Group of companies while the category for Commander of the Federal Republic goes to mostly retired and current service chiefs, heads of service and top ranking traditional rulers. The title of Commander of the Order of the Niger (CON) has some former/ current governors and ministers as beneficiaries.

Saturday, 12 November 2011

Berlusconi Steps Down, and Italy Pulses With Change

ROME — Marking the end of a tumultuous week and of an era in Italian politics, Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi resigned Saturday evening after Parliament approved austerity measures sought by the European Union.

The lower house passed the measures on Saturday by a vote of 380 to 26, a day after they were approved by the Senate, trying to keep a step ahead of market pressures that sent borrowing rates on Italian bonds skyrocketing last week to levels that have required other euro zone countries to seek bailouts. The vote, and Mr. Berlusconi’s resignation, come amid the biggest crisis facing the European Union in decades, in which the power of financial markets has upended traditional democratic processes. Pressured by European leaders struggling to shore up the euro against speculative attacks, Prime Minister George A. Papandreou of Greece resigned last week to make way for a technocrat-led unity government. Mr. Berlusconi followed suit, a rare about-face for a leader known for his perseverance and his refusal to bow to critics. The end of Mr. Berlusconi’s 17-year hold on Italian politics sets off the country’s most significant political transition in 20 years.
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Thursday, 10 November 2011

How to Dance Etighi(Nigerian Efik dance)

Learn how to dance Etighi

Lecrae - Just Like You - OFFICIAL VIDEO (@Lecrae @ReachRecords)

"Just Like You," a lead single from his album Rehab, explores the impact of substitutionary male role models that pale in comparison to the perfect example found in Christ. The song gives a clear picture of what biblical manhood should really be.

Monday, 7 November 2011

Sharon Bialek, Herman Cain Accuser Speaks Out

She claims he sexually harassed her 14 years ago.
Is He being set up? Is this a scam. Someone does not want Cain in the Oval Office. A lie detector could be of help.

US warns of attacks on luxury Nigerian hotels after 150 killed

The five-star Hilton, Nicon Luxury and Sheraton hotels in Nigeria’s capital, which are frequented by diplomats, politicians and Nigeria’s business elite, were identified by the US embassy. In an unusually specific warning on Sunday, US diplomats have advised their staff to avoid luxury hotels in Abuja. The embassy said the attack may come as Nigeria celebrates the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha. Experts say the militant Islamist group Boko Haram, which claimed responsibility for Friday’s violence and threatened more attacks, is working with al Qaeda which could push Nigeria into a Somalia-style civil war. The series of synchronised bombings on churches, mosques and police headquarters and running gun battles took place in Damaturu, capital of Yobe state. There were also synchronised attacks in Maiduguri, capital of neighbouring Borno state, and two small towns. Seven police officers and two soldiers were among the dead and 100 other people were injured in violence the country’s president Goodluck Jonathan labelled “heinous”. “This place was like a war zone. There is no single policeman on the street now. The attacks destroyed mosques and churches ... There were dozens of dead bodies, and no vehicles on the road,” said Benard Ogbeifun, a Damaturu artisan.lamist group is planning to bomb three luxury hotels in Abuja after 150 people were killed in coordinated attacks in northeast Nigeria. Culled from the Telegraph

Thursday, 3 November 2011