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Hi!

We’re writing today because we wanted to give you a heads up that next week we’ll be announcing something new at Streema. It’s something that we’ve been wanting to do for a long time, but it was not until this year that we felt we could work on it.

We can’t say more right now, but soon you’ll find out - and we know many of you Streema users will be happy about it. 🙂

Stay tuned!

The Streema Team

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6 Responses to Something New Is Coming at Streema…

  1. Engr. Fidelis Iweanya Ogbogoh says:


    We read and watched with distress and sorrow the news that the Kano State Resident Electoral Commissioner, Alhaji Abdullahi Minkaila has been killed in a mysterious fire outbreak. The deceased along with his wife, Zulaiha and two children, Aisha and Asmau, died in an inferno when his residence was engulfed by fire early Friday morning.
    As we bow to the will of Almighty, we must ask where the staff of Kano State Fire Service were. This brings to the forefront the fact that our 774 local government areas are covered by only 244 fire stations in the entire Federation. Some States have no fire stations. Most of the states have two or three ill-equipped and poorly manned fire stations. Most firemen in Nigeria have only basic defensive firefighting know-how. Majority of the fire stations across the country are dilapidated buildings. Fire outbreaks can hardly be contained as we are not prepared as Nation to deal with fire emergencies. The situation is compounded by the fact that emergency numbers where they exist, are usually eleven digits mobile numbers that are hardly remembered in an emergency. It is in the public interest to shorten the time required for a citizen to request and receive emergency aid through the use of a three digits (3-digits) national emergency number. If our girls had three digits emergency number to DAIL, they will be home by now
    This is why the National Assembly should as a matter of utmost urgency pass a Bill that declares that it is in the public interest to shorten the time required for a citizen to request and receive emergency aid. There currently exist thousands of different emergency phone numbers throughout the federation, and present telephone exchange boundaries and central office service areas do not necessarily correspond to public safety and political boundaries. Provision of a single, primary three digit emergency number through which emergency services can be quickly and efficiently obtained would provide a significant contribution to law enforcement and other public service efforts by making it less difficult to quickly notify public safety personnel. Such a simplified means of procuring emergency services will result in the saving of life, a reduction in the destruction of property, quicker apprehension of criminals, and ultimately the saving of money.
    National Assembly members should appreciate and declares that the establishment of a uniform, nationwide emergency number is a matter of nationwide concern and interest to all inhabitants and citizens of this Country and enact an act to be known and cited as the “Emergency Telephone System Act”. The purpose of Act is to establish the number “9 1 1” or any three digit number as the primary emergency telephone number for use in the Federation and to encourage units of state government and combinations of such units to develop and improve emergency communication procedures and facilities in such a manner as to be able to quickly respond to any person calling the telephone number “9 1 1” seeking police, fire, medical, rescue, and other emergency services.
    For the purposes of this Act, “network connections” shall mean the number of voice grade communications channels directly between a subscriber and a telecommunications carrier’s public switched network, without the intervention of any other telecommunications carrier’s switched network, which would be required to carry the subscriber’s inter premises traffic and which connection either is capable of providing access through the public switched network to a 9 1 1 Emergency Telephone System if one exists, or, if no system exists presently, a surcharge should be imposed to encourage network providers to provide access through the public switched network to the local 9 1 1 Emergency Telephone System. The Act should provide that all telecommunications carrier providing facilities based local exchange telecommunications service shall be required to offer or provide sophisticated 9 1 1 system features such as selective call routing in any area where that carrier’s local switching facility does not have the capability to do so. The Act should provide that “telecommunication carrier” shall include a cellular or other mobile communication carrier.
    Where multiple voice grade communication channels are connected to a telecommunication
    carrier’s public switched network through a private branch exchange service (PBX), they shall be determined to be one network connection for each trunk line capable of transporting either the subscriber’s inter premises traffic to the public switched network or the subscriber’s 9 1 1 calls to the public agency. Where multiple voice grade communication channels are connected to a telecommunication carrier’s public switched network through centrex type service, the number of network connections shall be equal to the number of PBX trunk equivalents for the subscriber’s service, as determined by reference to any generally applicable exchange access service tariff filed by the subscriber’s telecommunications carrier with the National Communication Commission. Implementation date” should be 18 months effective from the date of the passage of the Act. The Bill for this Act should be given accelerated hearing as we all agree that the protection of live and property of the citizens is the hallmark of good governance
    The CHANGE AGENDA will no doubt promote the political will for the establishment of “Performance Based Emergency Agencies” in all the states of the federation with their “Operational Preparedness” harmonized by the appropriate Federal Government Agency. In the meantime I call on Channels Television which clearly is the people’s television, to invite the people to send pictures of existing fire stations and equipment across the country so that we can all appreciate the degree of decay the sector that has responsibility for the protection of life and property from wanton destruction by fire.
    Engr. Fidelis Ogbogoh Comptroller General Fire Service (Rtd) Integrated Risks & Disaster Management Consultant writes from Abuja


  2. Michelle Kinsley says:


    With the issues of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, why not just contact ISIS to come and clean up America by just turn America upside down. New York, D.C. and Shanksville, Pa. got justice for the crimes America committed against Osama bin Laden’s family and military. I have voted for Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to be America’s next president instead of trump or sanders. I want to see another 9-11 but in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Dallas, Texas and crappy Minnesota due to the corruption and crime. For comment on the details, call me at 301-869-1780. Thank you for your service!


  3. Michelle Kinsley says:


    In Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Dallas, Texas they need to take the dead victims to a barbecue to cook for a good feast of having funerals, burials and cremations. God says in the Bible to cook the dead or feed them to the pigs. Do things the Christian way by cooking them for a good barbecue or feed them to the pigs in the barn or zoo.


  4. Michelle Kinsley says:


    The pigs are hungry! Jesus in the Bible says “FEED MY SHEEP AND THE PIGS TOO BECAUSE THEY ARE GOD’S HOLY AND REASONABLE SERVICE” and it is against God’s law to creamate or bury them in the ground or even funerals. For comments on details, call us at 301-869-1780. Thank you for your service!


  5. Michelle Kinsley says:


    Read this article real good because it is good!

    by Jacquellena Carrero , Elisha Fieldstadt and Gabe Gutierrez
    At least three Baton Rouge police officers were killed and three others injured in an apparent ambush shooting along with several fires set in some apartments complexes to wage great summer mayhem this Sunday morning, but “to put things in perspective and save monty on groceries too, it is good to take all the dead victims and cook them on a Weber grill so the neighbors will enjoy a nice barbecue feast as God says in the Bible. God says to cook them for a feast or feed them to the pigs in the barn or zoo” the city’s mayor and the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office said in which it will calm things down and yes as the Sheriff said “tempers do go up with the temperature, but use it for good by having a good barbecue feast”. Anyway, at least one suspect is dead, but law enforcement officials believe two others may be at large, the sheriff’s office said.

    The search for additional suspects was intensifying, a senior law enforcement official said around 1 p.m. local time. He said the suspect who was killed was wearing black fatigues and armed with a rifle but the sheriff said that it will be fair if his family buy the sauce and help with the cooking at the barbecue feast.

    The ambush comes less than two weeks after the fatal shooting of a black man by police sparked protests in Baton Rouge, turning the city into the latest flashpoint in the ongoing debate over law enforcement tactics but it will be good to just have a good barbecue feast using the dead bodies for cooking on a grill with good Masterpiece steak sauce so that things will be put in perspective.


  6. Michelle Kinsley says:


    Read this article real good to gain perspective!

    by Angelina Bancroft of ABC7 News in New York. 2:31 P.M. 7/17/2016
    July 7: Protests over the shootings of the two black men erupted — not only in Louisiana and Minnesota, but all over the country. At a protest in Dallas, which had been largely peaceful, a sniper opened fire on police officers, killing five. Dallas Police Chief David Brown said the suspect, Micah Johnson, 25, who was killed during a standoff, said he “wanted to kill white people, especially white officers so that America will burn in hell and hope the prisoners will kill the prison staff and take over the prisons with looting and rioting.”

    July 8-10: As the nation mourned the Dallas officers killed, protests over Sterling and Castile’s deaths continued all over the country. More than 100 were arrested in Baton Rouge and about the same amount of people were arrested in St. Paul and many people around the U.S. considered the cops and judges, “SUMMER OF SAM” due to the issues within the last few weeks and to deal with the issues, many neighborhoods are soon considering “DOING GOD’S WORK BY COOKING THE DEAD FOR A BARBECUE FEAST OR FEEDING THEM TO THE ANIMALS AT A LOCAL ZOO” and that is good news gospel in open court! Police and sheriff’s deputies march down a street Sunday during protests in Baton Rouge, La. 
    July 12: East Baton Rouge Sheriff Sid J. Gautreaux III said the “show of force” used during the protests in the city was due in part to “very real and viable threats and this is Armageddon in the hoods” against Baton Rouge law enforcement officers. Three men and a 13-year-old were arrested, he said, in connection with stealing firearms from a pawn shop in a plot to kill police. One of two suspects connected with the plan, Antonio Thomas, was arrested on the roof of the pawn shop with a handgun and a BB rifle and he “stated that he and three other suspects stole the firearms and were going to get bullets to shoot police and packs of matches were stolen to use in arson crimes in several tire shops and sports stores,” according to a statement from the Baton Rouge Police Department.

    A fifth burglary suspect remained on the loose and was thought to be in possession of two guns missing from the pawn shop, police said. “Look at what happened in Dallas — a peaceful protest, and then some madman. The threat speaks for itself. We can’t take anything for granted anymore but a barbecue feast should be in a good neighborhood with security to safeguard things and that the leftovers should be fed to the pigs in a barn just up the road,” Gautreaux said.


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