If you notice someone with a black dot on the palm, call the police immediately!

See a person that has a black dot on the palm? You should call the police immediately, because it means that the person is in trouble. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter less The “Black Dot Campaign” started on Facebook and it helps to recognize the victims of domestic abuse. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter black-dot-2

“The black dot on the hand lets professionals know you’re a really vulnerable domestic violence survivor, and that you need help but can’t ask, because your abuser is watching your every move,” stated the organizers behind this campaign.

 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter 2 In just 24 hours, the campaign has reached over 6,000 people worldwide, and has already helped 6 people. This is a story from one of the first women who was rescued thanks to the “Black Dot Campaign.” “I’m heavily pregnant and the baby’s father is very abusive. With words, his hands. I’ve been petrified for so long and even more with the baby coming soon. I was at the hospital yesterday, he was with me, he never leaves my side anymore. I had to have an examination so the consultant asked me to lie on the bed and drew the curtain. I leant over and took the pen out of his pocket, pulled his hand over to me and wrote HELP ME. I didn’t have to say a word. This campaign gave me the strength and the idea how to ask for help. I am now safe somewhere else thanks to that consultant and the “Black Dot Campaign.” Thank you, 1 week to go until my due date and I am finally safe.” Share on Facebook Share on Twitter blond For many victims, this campaign is enabling them to speak out for the very first time.

See a person that has a black dot on the palm? You should call the police immediately, because it means that the person is in trouble.
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Jonathn's men Buhari badly wants to imprison Omotayo Yusuf 4 hours ago 87985 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Send email President Muhammadu Buhari’s trip to the United Kingdom in May with 60 other world leaders is expected to facilitate the extradition of looters who have fled the country. Significantly, eight persons have been fingered as key figures president Muhammadu Buhari is seriously interested in bringing back to the country to face corruption charges. These people served or benefitted illegally during the administration of Goodluck Jonathan. The Punch reports that the summit would be used as a ground to further the cause of extraditing looters and allowing the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to prosecute them. Mr Musiliu Obanikoro Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Musiliu Obanikoro Senator Musiliu Obanikoro is a former minister of state for defence and is allegedly hiding in the US. The EFCC has been on his trail in connection to the misappropriation of $2.1 billion meant for the purchase of arms. The fund was disbursed through Sambo Dasuki, the former national security adviser allegedly on behalf of the Peoples Democratic Party. It was reported that part of the money was sent to the former Lagos gubernatorial candidate to facilitate the rigging of the Ekiti and Osun elections. The EFCC official said: “The huge funds were paid into the accounts of the ex-Minister for elections in the two states. “There are allegations that the funds were not disbursed as expected because the candidates had their own campaign funds. “Although some military and security personnel were to benefit from the slush funds, they were also short-changed.” “But we have discovered that the ex-Minister has sneaked out of the country. As soon as we establish his whereabouts, we know what to do.” Alhaji Adamu Mu’azu Share on Facebook Share on Twitter adamu mu'azu Adamu Mu’azu is a former National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party and is wanted by the EFCC for the disbursement of government fund to PDP zonal chairmen. He resigned his position as chairman of the party following the defeat of the PDP at the general elections. He is reportedly hiding in Singapore. Abdulrasheed Maina Share on Facebook Share on Twitter maina Abdulrasheed Maina is the former chairman of the Pension Reform Task Force. He was declared wanted by the EFCC for his supposed role in the fraudulent biometric contracts in which himself and former Head of Service, Steve Oronsaye, and two others were fingered for stealing over N2billion of pension funds. He has also been declared wanted by Interpol following Nigeria’s request to apprehend the fugitive. Interpol stated that: “Be informed that the Bureau has taken necessary action on the wanted fugitive as requested with Interpol General Secretariat, Lyon, France. He has been published on the INTERPOL Red Notice accordingly.” Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke Share on Facebook Share on Twitter diezani-alison-madueke Diezani Alison-Madueke is the former minister of petroleum resources during the administration of Jonathan. The former minister is embroidered in series of corruption cases with the most notable being the lodgement and disbursement of N2.3b through Fidelity bank to officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission during the 2015 elections. She is also facing cases of money laundering in the UK where she has been hiding. Ugonna Madueke Share on Facebook Share on Twitter ugonna madueke Ugonna Madueke is the son of Diezani and reportedly served as the middle man between his mother and the managing director of Fidelity bank, Nnamdi Okonkwo who has also been arrested by the EFCC. His whereabouts is unknown but there are indication hi is not in Nigeria. He has been declared wanted by the EFCC. Abdullahi Dikko Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Abdullahi Dikko Abdullahi Dikko is the former comptroller-general of the Nigeria Customs Service but voluntarily resigned in August, 2015. After his retirement, he fled to Dubai where he has been hiding since. The house of the former customs boss in Abuja was raided by the EFCC in January and the EFCC has declared him wanted following his refusal to honour their invitation. Prof. Rufai Alkali Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Professor Rufai Alkali Prof. Rufai Alkali served as senior political adviser to ex-president and also the coordinator of Goodluck Support Group. The EFCC traced N320 million to the group and Alkali was in charge of distributing the money to 100 pro-Jonathan groups. The money was channeled through the account of the Ministry of External Affairs Library, before it was moved to the Joint Trust Dimension Nigeria Limited. Mr. Mohammed Adoke Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Mohammed-Bello-Adoke Mr. Mohammed Adoke served as minister of justice and attorney general of the federation. He is wanted in connection with the $1.1bn Malabu Oil deal. Adoke is in The Netherlands where he claimed he is undergoing an advanced law course. He was invited by the EFCC but has not honoured the invitation yet. He wrote to vice president, Yemi Osinbajo saying the EFCC invitation was curious and that some persons were planning to humiliate him. He has not returned to Nigeria since and the EFCC are hot on his trail.
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