Donald Trump’s lawyer Michael an Der Veen’s home vandalized with Graffiti

The home of one of the attorneys defending former US President Donald Trump in his impeachment trial was vandalized with graffiti.
According to the Detective Scott Pezick of the West Whiteland Township Police Department in Chester County stated that the graffiti was reported around 8 p.m. on Friday at attorney Michael van der Veen’s residence in West Whiteland Township, Pennsylvania, about 30 miles southwest of Philadelphia.

Police said vandals spray-painted the word “TRAITOR” in red on his driveway in suburban Philadelphia.

It is also reported that Van der Veen spent a week in Washington, D.C as he is defending Trump at his Impeachment trial over the Capitol riot which happened on Jan.6 at the Capitol building.

Trump was acquitted by the Senate on Saturday.

Scott Pezick said private security has since been hired by the homeowner to protect the residence, and police presence has been beefed up in van der Veen’s neighborhood.

He also confirmed that van der Veen’s wife reported the vandalism to police.

“She came home saw it in the driveway and called the police,” Pezick said.

He said the graffiti was the only vandalism officers found on the van der Veen’s property.

Van der Veen, a personal injury lawyer, spoke briefly of the incident during an interview Saturday on Fox News.

“My home was attacked. I’d rather not go into that,” a visibly upset van der Veen said.

“My entire family, my business, my law firm are under siege right now.”

This comes after a group of demonstrators gathered over the weekend outside of van der Veen’s law office in downtown Philadelphia.

According to the Philadelphia Inquirer. the demonstrators called van der Veen a “fascist” and chanted, “When van der Veen lies, what do you do? Convict. Convict,” during the demonstration.

Joe Biden reverses Trump’s travel ban on Nigeria, others

BARELY 48-hours to his presidency, Joe Biden, 46th United States president, has reversed the immigration policies of Donald Trump, his predecessor, which banned immigrants from Nigeria and 11 other countries from entering the US.

Trump had banned citizens of  Nigeria, Chad, Eritrea, Sudan, Tanzania, Kyrgyzstan, and Myanmar, among others, from entering the US, classifyingf them as ‘Muslim countries’.

However, Biden, who has criticized Trump for harsh policies,  in his first day as president, reversed the policies.

Joe Biden (right) Kamala Harris

He signed 17 executive orders and two action items before the end of his first day in office. On policy concerning the control of COVID-19 in the US, Biden made it mandatory for all Americans to wear a face masks in all federal buildings and during inter-state travel.

In his statement, Biden reiterated his stance to reporters that, “It’s requiring, as I said all along, where I have authority, mandating masks be worn, social distancing be kept on federal property.”

He also reversed Trump’s policies on COVID-19 and climate change.

He equally reversed the order for the United States to re-join the Paris Climate Change Agreement. and the World Health Organisation (WHO), which Trump taunted.

He directed the Customs and Immigration to reverse actions which cause family separation.

The president has also halted the US- Mexico border wall construction project by Trump, targeting two other orders towards providing succour to American citizens who lost their jobs as a result of the coronavirus.

In his quest to make every American citizen equal, Biden signed another an order to address racial disparities and inequality within the US government and its operations.

He directed the federal bureaucracy to review every clause that seeks to isolate some group based on racial inclination on how resources are allocated.

By this action, the 1776 Commission which the Trump administration signed into law last September has been dissolved.

The next order Biden signed was for the protection of citizens from sexual discrimination in the workplace and the protection of the LBGTQ Americans.

He promised to roll out up to 53 orders in the next 10 days of his stay in office.

Source: ICIR

Forever Together – Two Nigeria Lovers Takes Blood Oath, Shares Photos

Two Nigerian lovers takes it to another level as a man and alongside with his lover takes blood oath goes viral on social media.

The Nigeria man has made his choice to stay together forever with his love of his life, girlfriend took the blood oath with her as part of their everlasting he set to get married soon.

The man which is identified as Chinedu’m Johnny Amandianaeze, goes viral on social media after he shared some pictures of his blood oath with his undisclosed beloved girlfriend.

According to research on blood oath, it means couples or lovers who has taken the swear by blood, had vowed to be faithful to each other till death do them apart and anyone or body that goes against him or her oath has itself to be blame.

In the post, Chinedu shared with excitement on his facebook account where blood were coming out of both lovers fingers.

In his post he wrote: Congratulations to me and my girlfriend. Together forever.”

See screenshot of his post below.

Young Nigerian Boy Crafted A Real Like Plane With Piece Of Cartoon Stare Reactions Online (Photos)

Nigerians are so full of talented people when it comes to creativity, music and others.

A young talented Nigeria boy has stir reaction on social media after unveiling his much anticipated work he loves doing.

The boy by the name, Khalaf Ahmed Ali made a lots of people proud because of his talents and in a young age with this great creativity and skill, after posting his creative work in a popular aviation group on Facebook that surpass over 900 plus likes and over 100 plus comments on his posts he posted.

In the post he shared different type of planes he crafted with the use of cartons, and small bulbs that made it look like a real-like plane flashing lights from inside. He also show some pictures from inside of the plane as well.

On the post he captioned; Hi, my name is Khalaf I love make the small planes and this is my work.

See more of his works below.

See people’s reaction below.

US National Guards Reportly slept at Capitol Overnight Ahead Of Donald Trump’s Impeachment Session in the House

The US National Guard members reportedly slept at the Capitol overnight ahead of today’s House session to impeach President Trump for an unprecedented second time.

Security here has tightened dramatically since last week’s deadly insurrection. The Pentagon is sending up to 15,000 National Guard members to D.C in response to credible threats of armed militias planning to move on the Capitol in the days leading up to Joe Biden’s inauguration next week.

As as of last night, the Guard members responsible for security around the Capitol were armed with lethal weapons, protective helmets, gas masks and Kevlar body armor.

More Photos below.

Credit: Stephen Voss for Politico

Elon Musk Becomes World’s Richest Man As Wealths Tops $185BN

SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk Becomes the richest man in the world after his wealth top up.

His net worth is now $185 Billion according to Forbes analysis, this made him surpass Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos to become the most richest person of 2021 and in the world.

His fortune has been risen from time to time since the launch of SpaceX.

Elon Musk is born in South African before he travelled to Canada to study at the age of 17. And he was later transferred to university of Pennsylvania to further his education in America.

BREAKING: Again, PeaceCorps Bill passes second reading in Senate

The Nigerian Senate, on Tuesday, 15th December, 2020 passed for a second reading, the Bill for an Act to establish the Nigerian Peace Corps.

The Bill, which was read the first time in the 9th Senate on Tuesday, 17th December, 2019 is being sponsored by former Senate Leader and Chairman, Senate Committee on Army, Senator Ali Ndume.

Leading the debate on Tuesday, Senator Ndume reminded the President of the Senate, Dr. Ahmad Lawan how the Bill was introduced and passed in the 8th Senate when he (Lawan) was the Senate leader.

“The Bill went through all legislative processes, including Public Hearing and was overwhelmingly passed. The Bill also passed through all the same necessary legislative crucibles in the House of Representatives and eventually passed”, Ndume narrated.
He explained the core mandate of the Corps which seeks “to develop, empower, and provide gainful employment for the youth to facilitate peace, volunteerism, community services, neighbourhood watch, nation-building and for other related matters”.

Sen. Ali Ndume

Ndume added that, the Bill would “give statutory backing to the existing Peace Corps of Nigeria, which currently has over 187,000 members, comprising of regular staff and volunteers with well-structured network of branches in 36 states of the federation, including the Federal Capital Territory”.

He stressed that, the Peace Corps of Nigeria, which came into existence in 1998, is an incorporated body by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).
“Based on its laudable achievements over the years, the Peace Corps was accorded Federal Government recognition, through the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development.

Peace Corps of Nigeria

On the international scene, the Corps was equally granted a Special Consultative Status by the African Union (AU) and the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)”, Ndume added.
He urged his colleagues to support the Bill, saying, “the Nigerian Peace Corps, when established, beside engaging millions of our unemployed youths on permanent basis, has the capacity of complementing the functions of conventional security agencies in the areas of developing its members as supporting agents of social order by providing a second-line of public safety”.

Senator Ndume explained that the issues raised by President Muhammad Buhari as reason for withholding assent to the Bill in the 8th Senate had already been addressed in the new Bill.
The Senate leader, Senator Abdullahi Yahaya, while seconding the Bill, urged his colleagues to give accelerated passage to the Bill, since it had already gone through the rudiments of lawmaking at both chambers in the 8th National Assembly.

The Bill had no objections.
President of the Senate, Lawan, who presided over Tuesday’s plenary, therefore, referred the Bill to the Senate Committee on Interior, for further legislative actions.

Credit: Yemi Itodo

Breaking: Second Wave Of #Endsars Protests Erupt In Lagos, Abuja, Others As Heavy Police, Army Present (Video)

The #Endars protesters storms several States in Nigeria again to protest against Police brutality the country.

According to reports coming in, another protest of the Endsars which is trending on the micro-blogging platform known as Twitter has called the protest “phase 2” of the ENDSARS protest.

Recalled that the first Protest took place all over the country and worldwide in the month of  Octocber, for over 3 weeks before it resulted into casualties causing some people to lose their life during the protest in some of the States in Nigeria.

Also weeks ago, the IGP of Police gave a serious warning against any related Endsars protest as he said they forces won’t tolerate it with ease as they are fully prepared for any protest in the country.

The #endsars hashtag has been trending for days now after the protesters assumed to comeback massively to protest the phase 2 of #ENDSARS.

As we speak now some of the protesters has storm in full ground in Lekki toll plaza where they said to be a heavy police force and military men on ground and in the nation capital, Abuja, Benin, and others.

In A video surfacing online shows footage of protesters at the Lekki toll gate in Lagos and other state.

Watch video below.

Read some tweets about the protest below.