NEW JERSEY GOVERNOR-
ELECT PHIL MURPHY APPOINTS THE FOLLOWING NIGERIANS INTO HIS TRANSITION TEAM:
1). Chief Sir Polly Ubah , to serve under:EDUCATION, ACCESS AND OPPORTUNITY.
2). Chief Charles Ugo Eke , to serve under:GOVERNMENT, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION.
3). Chief Dr. Francis Owoh to serve under:ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY.
4). Chief Dr. Iwuozo Obilor to serve under: HEALTH.
DID YOU NOTICE SOMETHING? THEY ARE ALL IGBOS. AMAZING!
None based on quota, l know the gentlemen in question, all well educated.
Go figure, Nigerian government is recruiting Malaysians as economic advisers while Americans are utilizing Igbo best and brightest, haba, what tribalism is doing to Nigeria with quota? All said by IPOB/ BIAFRANS GROUP.
SOURCE: RADIO BIAFRA/ BIAFRA TV
A Detroit-area doctor charged with mutilating the genitals of young girls in violation of federal law walked out of jail Tuesday a free woman as her lawyer was able to arrange the largest unsecured-bond in the jurisdiction’s history.
Dr. Jumana Nagarwala, 44, a member of a Shia Muslim sect that practices a form of female genital cutting, posted a $4.5 million unsecured bond after some 15 friends and family members put their homes and other assets on the line. If she flees, they lose their property.Most of those who pledged their assets are believed to be fellow members of the Dawoodi Bohra, a Western India-based sect within the Ishmaelite community of Shia Muslims.There are 22 Dawoodi Bohra mosques across the United States [see list at end of this story].
The names of those who pledged to pay the $4.5 million bond were sealed by U.S. Magistrate Judge Elizabeth Stafford.Nagarwala smiled at friends and relatives in the courtroom Tuesday, including her father and her husband, Moiz Nagarwala, the Detroit News reported.Nagarwala has been jailed since April after prosecutors say two 7-year-old girls from Minnesota were cut at Nagarwala’s clinic in Livonia.The prosecution considers Nagarwala a flight risk because she has wealth and was arrested at the international terminal of the Detroit Airport.
Federal investigators believe Nagarwala may have “cut” upwards of 100 young girls over 12 years, most of them brought to her by a parent or other family member within the Shia sect.The investigations have spread from Michigan and Minnesota to include New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.“This is a 12-year conspiracy of abuse,” said Elizabeth Yore, a lawyer and international children’s advocate who started the #EndFGMToday movement.Dr. Nagarwala will not be allowed to live at home but will be placed in an unidentified hotel under the supervision of her father between now and her June trial. She faces up to life in prison if convicted.“If this was a male suspected predator without a medical degree, I would think there would not be any question: He would not be released from jail on a GPS tether and given supervised visitation with his children,” Yore said.“You have 22 Dawoodi Bohra mosques around the U.S. This is important because in this Shia Muslim cult it is mandated that females are subjected to this ‘ritual’ of female genital mutilation, and I think it’s instructive that up to 17 people around the country are putting up their homes and property for this doctor,” Yore said.Only a ‘nick’, says defense attorneyWhether Nagarwala and seven other defendants are ultimately convicted in the Detroit FGM case may come down to which expert testimonies are more convincing to a jury. Both sides will undoubtedly bring forth experts to explain exactly what type of procedure the girls were subjected to.image: http://www.wnd.com/files/2017/11/attny-profile-shannon-1.jpg” style=”max-width:100%;” />
A woman told cops her boss raped in his Times Square hotel room — after he gave her orange juice that made her pass out, police said Wednesday. The 36-year-old said she went to the room with her boss, Masakatsu Yukitoshi, 45, around 9:30 p.m. Saturday at ROW-NYC Hotel on Eighth Avenue and that he…
Law enforcement in the US can be good or horrible, and when it is horrible, there is often no accountability. Philip Smith reports in Drug War Chronicles: A Buffalo Township, Pennsylvania, couple has filed a lawsuit against township police and an insurance company in the wake of a misbegotten drug raid that netted only hibiscus […]