Iceland is known as the safest country in the world to live in.The country has a really low crime rate and a population of only 356,991.But this is not the only thing that makes Iceland unique.In this country, not only can you see amazing nature, but you may also be surprised to see other strange things, such as babies taking naps in cold weather and the strange shape of traffic lights.
2 Persons Shot as Cultists Battle for Supremacy in Rivers. Two persons have reportedly been shot in Port Harcourt City Local Government Area of Rivers State following a supremacy battle between two rival cult groups, the Icelanders and Greenlanders. Information coming in indicate that rival members of the groups engaged themselves in a gunfight early today 27th July 2020 morning at Amadi-Ama area of the state capital. Residents say two persons were shot in the ensuing gunfight which lasted until the police arrived
The senseless supremacy battle between two cult groups in Yenagoa the capital city of Bayelsa State, has created more fear and panic amongst Bayelsans more than the encroaching deadly coronavirus pandemic. So far, Bayelsa State is among the States in Nigeria that has not recorded any case of the dreaded coronavirus pandemic, and this great feat is attributed to God and also to the gallant steps taken by the miracle governor of Bayelsa State, Senator Douye Diri and the sensitivity of Bayelsans who had left n
The rivalry between the Icelanders and greenlanders has often times been called the cat and dog rivalry. Let's look a little closer at the inception of this rivalry, as it was believed that both were brothers. If you've ever stayed in Port Harcourt, Bayelsa you'd be familiar with these confraternities. Both of which have areas to which they dominate. In Rivers State for instance, areas like Borokiri, Bundu, and its axis are dominated by Icelanders although there are areas dominated by greenlanders but its not
When you watch the Iceland national team play, sometimes you will find the similarities in their names and it makes you wonder why so? The Iceland national football team is so familiar that even the names of its players match. World Cup fans even spotted the likeness and discovered that many Icelandic people have 'son' at the end of their names. The naming system over there isn't the same as other Western nations, as Icelanders do not not use family names, Instead of a family name, a person's second name indicates
Unidentified gunmen suspected to be cultists stormed Luebe community in Khana Local Government Area, killing a chief and three other residents. It was gathered that the bandits also attacked a nearby Loore community and killed another chief identified simply as Ajeboy around. A source, who spoke in confidence, said the incident occurred shortly after a rumoured death of an ex-militant leader. The source said that the gunmen besieged the community shooting ceaselessly in protest to the rumour, which they said
Below are strange fact that you might find strange, but are true. 1-The ocean holds enough uranium to power the planet for 10,000 years. 2-The sun is white, not yellow. 3-The neurological effects of cocaine are similar to falling in love. 4-The brain named it self. 5-A study found out that a woman, is far more likely to give a stranger her number if he is holding a guitar. 6-Allodoxaphobis, is the fear of opinions. 7-Anhedonia, is the word for that feeling when you cannot find joy, in the things that usually
You might find it difficult to believe this weird facts about this country,but it's makes the country unique Read ten amazing things about Iceland below; 1.There are no mosquitoes in Iceland There are no mosquitoes in Iceland. There are in fact very few insects that can do much more to bother a person than simply existing. 2.Babies in Iceland are routinely left outside to nap 3.There is no railway system of any sort in Iceland 4.There is no forest in Iceland 5.There are no surnames or family names in Icelan