Monday, October 27, 2014

completely out of this world!! meet Girl, 12, who has 3ft 4in golden locks which she's only cut three times in her life (and take an hour to wash!)

Katy White, of Bishop Road, Ammanford, is 4ft 11in and her hair, which flows to the back of her knees, measures 3ft 4in. In her 12 year life she has only had her hair cut three times (apart from the time she cut her own fringe). 'There was a time, when Katy was about six, when she decided to cut two big chunks out of the front of her hair,' said mother Barbara. dalymail

Incredible moment!!! RAF Tornado flew so low above couple taking a stroll in the country that they could see the pilots' faces

Doncaster couple Craig Sluman and his wife Paula were enjoying a peaceful and scenic walk on a mountain called Cadair Idris in North Wales, just south of Mount Snowdon, when they saw a speck that turned out to be a Tornado GR4 approaching. It shot over them, about 300 feet above the ground on a low-flying training mission and Craig's camera was at the ready to record the moment.

Photo news:President Jonathan,Oritsejafor,Oyedepo, & More At Special Sunday Service In Israel

Nigerian President who is on pilgrimage to Israel, attended a special Sunday service with several dignitaries and men of God tagged”A Day With Jesus For Nigeria in Israel .Also present are Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor,Bishop David Oyedepo,Govs.,Willie Obiano,Godswill Akpabio,Jona Jang and more…

Gobe!!! Nigeria Is 31st Most Corrupt Nation – Transparency International

Nigeria Is 31st Most Corrupt Nation – Transparency International
The Corruption Perceptions Index 2013 released by the Transparency International, which shows that corruption remains a global phenomenon, rates 15 countries while Nigeria now ranks 31 among the most corrupt nations.
The Corruption Perceptions Index 2013, according to the TI serves as a reminder that the abuse of power, secret dealings and bribery continue to ravage societies around the world.
“The index scores 177 countries and territories on a scale from 0 (highly corrupt) to 100

UK:Faces of the heroes who never saw 20 - and the memorial we couldn't leave behind!!!...


They went as fresh-faced young men and women, some of them barely out of school, to deliver stability and peace. But 453 British soldiers who travelled to Afghanistan never returned. The youngest was William Aldridge, deployed three days after his 18th birthday. He died on July 10, 2009. The lives of the young Britons killed fighting the Taliban had been commemorated on memorial walls in Camp Bastion, but as the UK's campaign in the country ended yesterday, it was confirmed they had been dismantled. The Army insisted the decision was not because of fears the memorials would be defaced or destroyed. But top-ranking soldiers and relatives of those who were killed said there was an obvious risk they would be 'desecrated' by a resurgent Taliban.dailymail

Boko Haram: Dozens Killed As Multi-national Forces Recapture Abadam,Chibok Girls To Be Released To Chadian President-Boko Haram Spokeman!...

Boko Haram Spokeman: Chibok Girls To Be Released To Chadian President
Dozens of Boko Haram terrorists were killed between Friday night and Saturday morning in Abadam town of Borno State after a fierce gun battle between troops of the Multi National Joint Task Force (MNJTF) and the insurgents in a bid by the military to reclaim the community that fell under the control of the insurgents last week, witnesses and security sources said.
A top security personnel said not less than two dozen corpses of the insurgent littered the bushes around Abadam after soldiers of the MNJTF had succeeded in rescuing Abadam town from the conquest of the Boko Haram.

BREAKING: South Africa goalkeeper and captain Senzo Meyiwa shot dead in Johannesburg

The 27-year-old  had captained South Africa in their last four matches in the African Nations Cup qualifiersThe goalkeeper pictured with Wayne Rooney following a match between Manchester United and the Orlando Pirates in 2008
The South African police took to twitter to break the news, breaking protocol to inform the South African people of the keeper's death
South Africa football captain Senzo Meyiwa has been shot dead in Johannesburg, police have said in a statement.
The 27-year-old Meyiwa was a goalkeeper for Orlando Pirates and had captained South Africa in their last four matches in the African Nations Cup qualifiers.He was shot dead when intruders entered his girlfriend's house in Vosloorus, a town 20 miles south of Johannesburg.