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The video has lots of comedy and it also has a great song called Crank That from soulja Boy.It has two Nigerians making a remix of Crank That.
27 Dec 2007
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A young Nigerian girl, showing her ability for dancing and her dancing style
20 Feb 2009
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This is the television interview granted to Dr Nkolika Obiako-Anyabolu, a Zambian born Nigerian Medical Doctor who has a deep seated admirable talent and despite her very tight schedule still finds time to do what she loves most....PAINT!!. It was aired on Nigeria’s major TV stations in 2007. It was also broadcasted round the world. This interview affected and still affects the lives of a lot of young people esp. young women because it showed them that one can really achieve his/her dreams by simply being resilient and determined. It also showed the world that great talents can be found in Nigeria.....not just the ones that have been discovered but a lot more that are yet to be For more information visit****
21 Jul 2008
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Miss Dike a Nigerian lady thanked the medical staff of India for her mother’s eye vitrectomy surgery at Mumbai. She says that even after going to Abuja at the biggest eye surgery clinic of Nigeria the doctors there were not able to fulfil the surgery expectations plus it was getting difficult to get an expensive treatment at western destinations at this hour Miss Dike chose to get her mother eye vitrectomy surgery at Mumbai in India where the best kind of medical recuperation, cost effective hospitality and inland travel facilities were provided. The procedure of eye vitrectomy surgery may be performed to clear blood and debris from the eye, to remove scar tissues, or to alleviate traction on the retina. Blood, inflammatory cells, debris, and scar tissue obscure light as it passes through the eye to the retina, resulting in blurred vision. The vitreous is also removed if it is pulling or tugging the retina from its normal position. You can enjoy the best medical recuperation facilities for your eye vitrectomy surgery in India can provide the best healthcare provisions at an affordable price that will pleasantly surprise you. And the expertise, friendliness and caring support provided by the doctors and nurses is world renowned. Know more about reduced price eye vitrectomy surgery in India at www.forerunnershealthcare**** or mail us at enquiryforerunnershealthcare****
11 Jul 2009
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*******www.facebook****/people/Timi-Korus/689395373---Nigerian music rnb 2009 music:Enjoy a short nigerian movie First singles album of Timi Korus. Best of rnb African Nigerian Music UK.Started his music in naija singing romantic love songs.Best for Naija nigerian music r&b latest
3 Oct 2009
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9 Nov 2009
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Music of Happiness with Nigerian Master Drummer Rasaki Aladokun (In Nigerian Patois). Episode: 1097, Air Date: 15 September 2009.
21 Nov 2009
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DETROIT (AP) — A Northwest Airlines passenger from Nigeria, who said he was acting on al-Qaida's instructions, set off an explosive device Friday in a failed terrorist attack on the plane as it was landing in Detroit, federal officials said. Flight 253 with 278 passengers aboard was 20 minutes from the airport when it sounded like a firecracker had exploded, witnesses said. One passenger jumped over others and tried to subdue the man. Shortly afterward, the suspect was taken to a front row seat with his pants cut off and his legs burned. ........ Law enforcement officials identified the suspect as Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab. Others had slightly different spellings. One law enforcement source said the man claimed to have been instructed by al-Qaida to detonate the plane over U.S. soil. (Yea right, sounds like a FAKE terror plot. I bet this guy was funded by the Mossad, AL QAIDA MADE ME DO IT!) "It sounded like a firecracker in a pillowcase," said Peter Smith, a passenger from the Netherlands. "First there was a pop, and then (there) was smoke." At least one passenger acted heroically. Smith said the passenger, sitting opposite the man, climbed over passengers, went across the aisle and tried to restrain the man. The heroic passenger appeared to have been burned. The incident was reminiscent of convicted shoe bomber Richard Reid, who tried to destroy a trans-Atlantic flight in 2001 with explosives hidden in his shoes, but was subdued by other passengers. Reid is serving a life sentence. Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., ranking GOP member of the House Homeland Security Committee, said the flight began in Nigeria and went through Amsterdam en route to Detroit. King identified the suspect as 23-year-old Abdul Mudallah of Nigeria, and King said Mudallah "definitely has connections" to Al Qaeda. King said Mudallah was not on any terrorism watchlist. "This could have been catastrophic," said King, speaking to "FOX Report" Friday night. "We were lucky on this one." A statement Delta, which acquired Northwest, said, "Upon approach to Detroit, a passenger caused a disturbance onboard Northwest Airlines Flight 253. The passenger was subdued immediately and the crew requested that law enforcement meet the flight upon arrival. "The flight, operated by Northwest using an Airbus 330-300 aircraft with 278 passengers onboard, landed safely. The passenger was taken into custody and questioned by law enforcement authorities." The FBI and the Homeland Security Department issued an intelligence note on Nov. 20 about the threat picture for the 2009 holiday season from Thanksgiving through Jan. 1. At the time, intelligence officials said they had no specific information about attack plans by al-Qaida or other terrorist groups. The intelligence note was obtained by The Associated Press. President Barack Obama was notified of the incident and discussed it with security officials, the White House said. It said he is monitoring the situation and receiving regular updates from his vacation spot in Hawaii. There was nothing out of the ordinary about Flight 253 on Friday until it was on final approach to Detroit, said Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Elizabeth Isham Cory. That is when the pilot declared an emergency and landed without incident shortly thereafter, Cory said. The plane landed at 12:51 p.m. EST. One U.S. intelligence official said the explosive device was a mix of powder and liquid. It failed when the passenger tried to detonate it. The passenger was being questioned Friday evening. An intelligence source said the Nigerian passenger was being held and treated in an Ann Arbor, Mich., hospital. All the sources spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation was continuing. The official said an official determination of a terrorist act would have to come from the attorney general. The official added that additional security measures were being taken without raising the airline threat level, but declined to describe them. The White House was coordinating briefings for the president through the Homeland Security Department, the Transportation Security Administration and the FBI. A law enforcement source said the explosives may have been strapped to the man's body but investigators weren't immediately certain, partly because of the struggle with other passengers. One passenger from the flight was taken to the University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor, hospital spokeswoman Tracy Justice said. She didn't know the person's condition, or whether the person was a man or woman. She referred all inquiries to the FBI. Passenger Syed Jafri, a U.S. citizen who had flown from the United Arab Emirates, said the incident occurred during the plane's descent. Jafri said he was seated three rows behind the passenger and
2 Feb 2010
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The First Thing You Should Notice About Nigerian Bank Scams
19 Feb 2010
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ر أزمة قلبية Nigerian Footballer Dies During Sudan Game KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Nigerian footballer Endurance Idahor died after collapsing during a game in Khartoum on Saturday, football association officials said. Idahor, 25, who played for Sudan's Al-Merreikh club, clashed with another player minutes after the start of the match, an official from the Sudan's Football Association told Reuters. "It was a normal incident of obstruction," said the official who asked not to be named as he was not authorised to talk to the media. "He fell over and now he has passed away. It is a huge shock to Sudan's whole sporting family." The official said Idahor collapsed during a game with Sudan Premier League rivals Al-Amal, held at Al-Merreikh's stadium in the Khartoum suburb of Omdurman.
8 Mar 2010
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Nigerian Kids Invent Awesome Dance
13 May 2010
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BY HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Good news for Goodluck Jonathan -- Preliminary poll results show the Nigerian incumbent president is set up for a landslide victory. “Nigerian leader Goodluck Jonathan is winning the vote count in the presidential elections there. He has secured more than double the votes of his main rival.” (Video: Bloomberg) Observers are praising Nigeria for holding what’s being called the country’s fairest election in decades. The BBC offers some perspective on the reported improvement. “In 2007, you know, most people talked about the level of fraud. It was perhaps the one of the worst elections ever conducted, not just in Nigeria but also in Africa. But Nigeria seems to have to turned the corner. I was in Kano, there was a large turnout. People were standing in the sun for several hours and they just waited patiently to cast their votes.” Even with the improvements- CNN reports the election wasn’t totally error-free. “And it does seem that most observers and many Nigerians do believe their votes this time did matter. That is not to say, Zain, that this was...not a Nigerian election. We did see underaged voters. There are reports of inflated figures, particularly in the home region of Goodluck Jonathan, in the Delta region...” Al Jazeera reports -- some Nigerians from the northern part of the country are beginning to show their discontent over the results. That region is the stronghold of Jonathan’s closest contender, Muhammadu Buhari. “Concerns were raised late on Sunday over extraordinarily high totals favouring Jonathan in parts of his native south. Riots broke out in parts of the predominantly Muslim north over allegations of rigging.” Buhari has officially filed a complaint with the Independent National Electoral Commission in Abuja. But for now, analysts say it looks like Goodluck Jonathan is set for another term. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Apr 2011
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