Another Protest Begins Today Hundreds of black-clad Malaysians staged an anti-government protest in defiance of a ban on public gatherings under coronavirus curbs, piling pressure on the embattled prime minister to resign. (Photo credit: Channels Television) The protesters, wearing masks and keeping a distance from one another, waved banners reading "failed government" as well as black flags.
A lot of our brothers and sisters left home in search for greener pastures; most of them landed in their dream country by following due process, while some risked their lives by traveling on land and along the line, some lost their lives due to a boat mishap.
1. Malaysia Malaysia is one of the countries in the world with the most dangerous drug laws. In Malaysia, those who sell drugs can be punished with death. Just for having drugs in your possession, you can be fined, jailed, or deported. Driving drunk is also punished harshly in Malaysia.
In our struggle to make money, we should not forget that when our love for money becomes too much, we can easily indulge in illegal acts which will in turn ruin our lives. In today's post, Hotcelebrityblog is taking a look at 6 Nigerians whose love for money made them to indulge in drug trafficking and was sentence to death.
There are so many things we do freely in Nigeria or Africa that are considered as taboo or crime in some other countries in Asia, Europe, America and so on. For example, it is considered a taboo to gift a Chinese person a clock or wrist watch.
Christianity is the most widely practiced religion in the world, with some 2.4 billion followers. In Asian continent, Christianity is the predominant faith in few countries. The rise of Islamic extremism has, in some Muslim dominant areas, led to persecution and, in the worse cases, torture and death.
Football stadiums are the confrontation playgrounds between two sides who are striving to emerge on top. Each of these playgrounds has specific capacities for spectators. In this article, we are going to look into the top 10 largest stadiums in the world. 10. BORG EL ARAB STADIUM
The man identified as Alowonle Oluwajuwon Gilbert has been found guilty and sentenced to death by hanging in Malaysia. Below is the picture of Alowonle Oluwajuwon Gilbert; Photo Credit: Google. Furthermore, the Nigerian man was sentenced to death by hanging after he was found guilty of killing Siti Kharina, the Chief Nurse of Serdang Hospital in Malaysia in 2019.Photo Credit: Google.
Bridges are often meant to be safe. There are platforms constructed inorder to help people get from one end to the other. But it may surprise you that today in certain parts of the world they are bridges that are constructed in such a manner that they look scary.
Recall: A 55-year-old woman who was identified as Hairun Jalmanl was sentenced to death by the Malaysian government after being convicted of drug possession and distribution. She was sentenced at the Tawau High Court in Sabah after she was arrested with 113.9g of meth. After her sentencing which has been met with worldwide condemnation, we shall take a close look at some of the reasons why the Malaysian government should look at some conditions surrounding the drug case of Hairun Jalmanl and possibly pardon her.
(Photo credit: Daily Trust) A court in Malaysia has sentenced a young man of Nigerian origin, called Alowonle Oluwajuwon Gilbert, to death for killing a nurse. According to reports, the young man will die by hanging, after he was found guilty by the court of killing a nurse whose name has been identified as Siti Kharina, a mother of three.
Highly rated rock solid defender, Uzoma Ofoegbu, opened his goal account at the weekend as his side, Klasiko FC, kicked off it's League Cup campaign on a good footing as they defeated, Squad Project MSN. After a long lay off owing to a minor injury, the 6ft left footed defender returned with a banger as he registered his name and his first goal in the current Malaysian league Cup campaign at the weekend.
Attacus Atlas, a stunning butterfly disguised as a snake, is the largest member of the Saturniidae family and the largest moth in the world. Considered one of the largest butterflies in the world. Attacus Atlas comes from the rainforests of Malaysia and is about 30 inches wide and about 25 inches long, which is thirty times larger than the average butterfly.
According to reports on Linda Ikeji Blog, a young Nigerian who is based in Malaysia has been sentenced to death by a court in Malaysia, over the murder of a nurse. This nurse has been identified by the name Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin, and she is also a mother of three children.
Yerima Abdullahi, a former Nigerian Ambassador to Malaysia under President Olusegun Obasanjo's administration, has stated that President Muhammadu Buhari has no wish to stay in office beyond 2023. Credit: Tribune As the 2023 general election draws closer, the political parties have started accusing each other of issues relating to the conduct of the election.
Today's Headlines: Why Nigeria is going backward at 61 —PANDEF chair; FG Off To Ethiopia For Progress
Photos Credit: Google Why Nigeria is going backward at 61 —PANDEF chair Let me first of all thank God for Nigeria at 61. Nigeria has gone a long way to celebrate 61 years of independence and there is reason to thank God that everything is still in order and we are still Nigeria as one and not divided.
Yerima Abdullahi who was a former Nigerian ambassador to Malaysia has come out to say that president Muhammadu Buhari has no intention of staying in office beyong 2023, according to him, he said that there was nothing there for the president to gain. He said that the president Muhammadu Buhari has respected the Nigeria's constitution.
Six Nigerian men and a Malaysian woman have been arrested in Malaysia on suspicion of being members of a love scam ring. The suspects, aged 33 to 42, were apprehended in two raids in Kuala Lumpur's Kajang neighborhood. Comm Datuk Mohd Kamarudin Md Din, director of the Federal Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID), said the syndicate was also linked to at least eight love scam cases involving RM3.7 million in losses.
The former high commissioner to Malaysia. Yerima Abdullahi, has declared that the igbos or any part of the Southern region will not be given the president on a platter of gold. The former commissioner who reported to correspondent in Gombe stated that if late M.K.O Abiola did it in the past by winning extensively.
Malaysia appoints a new prime minister. The country which practises parliamentary democracy with constitutional monarchy has announced Ismail Sabri Yaakob who is a politician from the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) political party as its new prime minister after the collapse of Muhyiddin Yassin's administration on 21, August 2021.