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Revealed: ISIS ‘Jihadi Junior’ Reportedly Has Nigerian Mother

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Going by the information making waves on the internet,
the child ISIS soldier, who has threatened the UK with new atrocities in a
chilling video is the son of a lady muslim convert from London, born by
Nigerian parents. The lady, Grace Khadijah Dare grew up in Lewisham, South London.
She was born to Christian parents, Henry and Victoria Dare, but later converted
to Islam and married a Swedish ISIS fighter, Abu Bakr.

Together, the couple have had two children, the oldest being
the six year old boy, dressed in military fatigues and a black bandanna bearing
the white mark of ISIS and chillingly declaring that ‘We will kill kuffar [non
believers]’.

Grace’s father Henry Dare, a cab driver, has confirmed that
his grandson is ‘definitely’ the boy in the sick ISIS video, the Mail Online reported
today.
‘I was surprised when I saw the picture. It’s definitely
him. Of course I’m worried but there’s nothing I can do now. I’m not angry – I
would never have expected it. I just hope someone is trying to bring them
back”, he told The Telegraph.
According to the report, in 2014, Grace posted another
shocking photograph of the boy, named Isa, on her Twitter account, holding an
AK-47 rifle. The boy was then just four years old.
Isa also has at least one younger sibling, a boy who would
now be between two and three years old, who his mother has referred to as a
‘mini mujahid’, or holy warrior.
Grace is believed to have been radicalized online before she
started attending the Lewisham Islamic Centre, where Drummer Lee Rigby’s
murderers are said to have worshipped, although the mosque denies they were
part of the congregation.
Prime Minister David Cameron has described the video as
‘desperate stuff’ from a group that is ‘losing territory’ and ‘increasingly
losing anybody’s sympathy’.
Two years ago, Grace ‘Khadijah’ Dare swapped her
‘comfortable life’ in Britain, where she was known for her dimples and her love
of her mother’s home cooking, for the horror of Syria, where she joined the
terror group ISIS.
Friends have previously described Dare, from Lewisham, South
London, as a bit of a tomboy who enjoyed wearing tight jeans and platforms. She
also had braces and dimples and ‘was very cute’.
Dare liked to watch football on TV as a child, and loved
Chinese food and her mother’s home cooking. When she was older she went to a
local college to study media studies, film studies, psychology and sociology,
and was a popular young girl. But it was at the age of 18, that she converted
to Islam and began worshipping at the Lewisham Islamic Centre – which has links
to both the Woolwich killers of Lee Rigby and radical cleric Abu Hamza.
She admitted in a Channel 4 report in 2013 that when she
began wearing the full face veil in Lewisham people on the street told her to
‘go back to her country’, to which she replied: ‘I was born round the corner’.

In the same footage she urges other Muslims to ‘stop being
so selfish…focusing on your families or studies’ and implores them to join her
in Syria and join the holy war.
Hours after the beheading of American journalist James Foley
at the hands of a British jihadist, Dare gloated on social media at his
execution and vowed that she would be the first British woman to kill a US
soldier.
Dare was gleeful that the ‘UK must be shaking up’ after the
execution and from her home in the Syrian scrub she tweeted: ‘Any links 4 da
execution of da journalist plz. Allahu Akbar. UK must b shaking up haha. I wna
b da 1st UK woman 2 kill a UK or US terrorist!’

-MailOnline

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Photos: XLR8 wins NIPR Presidential Award for Best Corporate PR Consultancy of the Year

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The 2017 NIPR Presidential Awards ceremony held in Lagos
recently, where XLR8, one of Nigeria’s leading communications management
consultancy was awarded as the Corporate PR Practitioner of the Year 2017 in
Lagos.

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Ex SGF, Gidado Idris dies at 82

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Former Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Alhaji
Gidado Idris (GCON), is dead. He died at the age of 82.
The Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir el-Rufai, confirmed the
news Facebook post on Saturday morning.
“From God we all came and to Him we shall all return. Just
learnt that former SGF Mallam Gidado Idris died on Friday. May Allah Grant his
soul Aljannah Firdaus. Amin,” el-Rufai wrote.
Born on March 15, 1935 in Zaria, Kaduna State, Idris was
trusted aide to the late Premier of Northern Nigeria and Sardauna of Sokoto,
Sir Ahmadu Bello.
When General Abacha took over on November 17, 1993, Idris became
the permanent secretary in the Ministry of Finance and a few months later, he
was appointed SGF, a post he held till he retired in 1999.

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Drake Bell & Josh Peck put their home for sale

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The abode Drake
Bell and Josh Peck called
home on their popular Nickelodeon show just hit the market.
The San Fernando Valley house, which show producers used for
exterior shots is up for sale for $1.85 million. It’s got 5 bedrooms, 5 baths,
a tennis court and a pool.
Drake and Josh shared a bedroom on TV, but the real crib has
enough space for both brothers, their parents and little sister played by Miranda Cosgrove to each have
their own room.

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