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Diri: Bayelsa Gov says Nigerians are tired of APC, ready to vote PDP



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Governor Douye Diri of Bayelsa State on Saturday, October 16, stated that Nigerians are fed up with the All Progressives Congress and cannot wait to vote in the Peoples Democratic Party in 2023.

Diri spoke at the Mahmud Ribadu Square in Jimeta, Yola North Local Government Area of Adamawa State as chairman of the PDP National Electoral Committee for the conduct of the state congress of the party.

He also boasted that governors elected on the platform of the PDP; across the North as well as South were the best performing governors in the country.

A statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr Daniel Alabrah, quoted Diri; as saying that the PDP was poised to take over power at the centre in 2023.

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The Governor of Adamawa, Adamu Fintiri, and former Vice President Atiku Abubakar were among the delegates that voted at the congress which produced a legal practitioner, Tahir Shehu, as the state chairman of the party.

He urged his party members to remain steadfast and united to ensure PDP returns to power in the next general elections.

Diri described Fintiri as one of the “shining lights” in the party; saying he is making remarkable developmental imprints on Adamawa.

He said, “Nigerians are tired of the APC and are waiting for the PDP to take over. I assure you that come 2023; PDP will take over the presidency of our country.

“I have been reading about the first flyover in the North East; but yesterday I drove on it. We are pleased as a party that the governor of Adamawa State is performing and doing well. You know the PDP governors, from the North to the South, are the best performing in Nigeria.”

The Bayelsa governor appreciated Atiku Abubakar for what he described as his sterling qualities and for providing leadership in the party and in Nigeria.

He further said that the congress was peaceful; as well as friendly; and also convivial as it showed that the PDP was united in Adamawa.

He equally commended the Independent National Electoral Commission whose state Resident Electoral Commissioner and his team; were present to observe the exercise.


Elk rings house holder's door bell



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Surprise visit! Moment a massive elk rings doorbell with its antlers before tucking into homeowner’s flowers

  • James F Jonell spotted the elk on his doorbell camera at his home in Colorado
  • Mr Jonell said the deer began eating his festive display which included flowers
  • The elk accidentally bumped into the doorbell on the porch with its antler  

A Colorado householder was shocked when a large elk arrived on his porch to nibble on his Christmas floral display before rinking his doorbell with his large antler. 

The giant ruminant wandered up to the porch in Colorado and started eating some flowers. 

James F Jonell posted the video of the elk visiting his home in Estes Park, Colorado which was captured on his motion sensitive doorbell camera. 

The elk paid a visit to the porch of James F Jonell at his home in Estes Park, Colorado

The large ruminant enjoyed munching on the floral display on the porch of the house

The large ruminant enjoyed munching on the floral display on the porch of the house 

After eating flowers beside the front door, the elk switched its attention to a wreath on the pillar

After eating flowers beside the front door, the elk switched its attention to a wreath on the pillar

After a few seconds of rummaging the video picks up the sound of the doorbell being triggered.  

After eating some flowers outside the elk then turns and nibbles on a Christmas wreath on the side of the porch. 

James F Jonell posted the footage online where people began commenting on the unusual video. 

One person wrote: ‘So cute! He was sniffing the wreath as if something tasty might be on it.’

 Another said: ‘Whew! That’s a mighty big visitor! I suppose that he assumed that no one was home!’  

Another added: ‘Did this elk just ring the bell of this house? Wtf lol!!

‘He was like: “hello, anyone home? I need something to munch on!’


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December Update on Deaths from UK Funeral Director [VIDEO]



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ER Editor: English funeral director John O’Looney of Milton Keynes Family Funeral Services  gives us an update from December 6th on the types of deaths he’s currently seeing as we fully enter flu and cold season.

See other interviews and broadcasts by John O’Looney and ‘Wesley’, both UK funeral directors willing to speak out.


  • He’s seeing an unnaturally large number of deaths due to stroke, heart attacks and aneurysms as a result of thrombosis in the lungs, legs and other places. They’re all well documented by the local coroners. Nobody seems concerned by the alarming rise in them. He’s seen more recently than he has in the last 14 years, and has written to the chief coroner about it. He’s barely had any response from his office about any of this.
  • The other type of death he’s seeing is of people who are getting sick because their immune systems aren’t functioning well, people who’ve had two vaccinations, perhaps months ago, and who are now battling things like the common cold and flu. The Government is quick to label it omnicron when it’s just a common cold. Sadly, these people are convinced that, when they’re sick like this, another jab will help them. These people are going to walk over the cliff, begging for more. We’re now 12 months into the vaccinations.
  • At a September meeting he attended at Westminster of scientists, they predicted this type of phenomenon among the vaccinated.
  • He urges vaccinated people not to take any more.

“Omicron is Vaccine Injury”

“We’re exactly where the scientists told me we would be”



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UK: Self Assessment customers use monthly payment plans to pay £46 million in tax



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More than 20,000 Self Assessment customers have used HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) online monthly payment plan service since April to spread the cost of their tax bill, totalling £46 million so far, it has been revealed.

Where customers are struggling to pay their bill in full, the self-serve Time to Pay service allows Self Assessment customers to manage how they pay their tax liabilities. Customers can use the online service for tax bills worth up to £30,000 without the need to talk to HMRC. The service will create a bespoke monthly payment plan for the customer based on how much tax is owed and the length of time needed to pay.

Last year, 123,000 customers used self-serve Time to Pay to spread the cost of their 2019 to 2020 tax bill, worth £460 million.

Customers have until 31 January 2022 to complete their tax return for the 2020 to 2021 financial year and pay their bill. If they can’t pay in full, customers can set up their own Time to Pay arrangement online if they:

  • have filed their tax return for the 2020 to 2021 financial year
  • owe less than £30,000
  • are within 60 days of the payment deadline
  • plan to pay their debt off within the next 12 months or less

If customers owe more than £30,000, or need longer to pay, they should call the Self Assessment Payment Helpline on 0300 200 3822.

Myrtle Lloyd, HMRC’s Director General for Customer Services, said:

We understand some customers might be worrying about paying their Self Assessment bill this year, and we want to support them. To see if you’re eligible to set up a payment plan, go to GOV.UK and search ‘pay my Self Assessment’.

Self-serve Time to Pay is just one way customers can pay their Self Assessment tax bill, a full list of alternative payment methods is available on GOV.UK.

HMRC urges everyone to be alert if they are contacted out of the blue by someone asking for money or personal information. Customers should always type in the full online address ( to get the correct link for filing their Self Assessment return online securely and free of charge. HMRC sees high numbers of fraudsters emailing, calling or texting people claiming to be from the department. If in doubt, HMRC advises not to reply directly to anything suspicious, but to contact them straight away and to search GOV.UK for ‘HMRC scams’.

Further information

Latest self-serve Time to Pay figures are for arrangements set up in the 2020 to 2021 financial year and are up to 28 November 2021.

Figures for the 2019 to 2020 financial year are from 1 October 2020 to 31 March 2021.

Find out more about how to declare taxable COVID-19 support in your tax return if you are self-employed, in a partnership or run a business.

If this is your first time completing an online tax return, you may be asked additional questions to prove your identity. To answer these questions, please have as many of the following to hand where relevant, when making your claim:

  • your UK passport
  • Northern Ireland (DVA – issued) driving licence
  • information held on your credit file (such as loans, credit cards or mortgages)
  • your Self Assessment tax return (within the last 3 years)
  • your tax credit claim
  • your P60
  • one of your 3 most recent payslips
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