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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - Thirty five states have collected N1.3 trillion and another N1.11 billion as budget support loans between 2016 and 2018. The Accountant-General of the Federation, Ahmed Idris, disclosed this yesterday while giving the National Economic Council an update on the budget support facilities to states.
Speaking to State House correspondents after the council meeting, Lagos State Deputy Governor Oluranti Adebule said repayment of the facilities was extended from one year to two years.
She said analysis of compliance level showed that 52.5 percent was the highest and 13 percent, the lowest with respect to the conditions for the budget support loan facilities.
She said the Minister of Budget and National Planning, Udoma Udoma, gave an update on the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan focused labs.
Excess Crude Account shrinks by $.5bn
Adebule also said the Accountant-General of the Federation, in his presentation, put the balance in the Excess Crude Account at $1.829 billion as of April 23.
Our correspondent reports that the ECA stood at $2.3 billion as of February 14.
Adebule also quoted the Accountant-General as putting the balance in the Stabilisation Account at N14.2bn. It was N11.2bn in February.
The current balance in the Natural Resources Account was put at N1349bn. It was N123.6bn in February.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Integrity Leadership Organisation, a non-governmental organisation (NGO), has faulted the demand by traditional rulers in Ekiti State that political parties must zone the governorship position in the July gubernatorial election to the South senatorial district of the state.

Governor Ayodele Fayose had at the weekend called the traditional rulers to a meeting in the Government House where they demanded that the governorship seat in the July election be zoned to the South senatorial district of the state.
But the group in a statement in Ado-Ekiti by its State Coordinator, Lekan Oyediran, faulted what he called "a stage-managed request instigated by Governor Fayose", to force the traditional rulers to make themselves available for the governor's personal agenda "dressed in altruistic, collective initiative of the people represented by the obas".
"We sympathise with the Obas that were coerced into yesterday meeting to help Fayose push a ravaging and consuming personal agenda that he started more than two years ago.
"We understand the condition under which the Obas live in Ekiti State under Fayose where the governor had on many occasions resorted to making them his messengers in matters that are clearly beyond their powers just because Fayose wants to paint a picture of participatory governance.
"The Obas cannot be messengers for Fayose in political matters that should better be left to Ekiti people and political parties to decide, and so it is curious that after a meeting with the governor, the traditional rulers read out a statement given to them as if that prepared statement by Fayose represented their general position," he said.
The group reminded the Obas that their constitutional roles do not include deciding the zoning of political offices, regretting that acceding to Fayose's request to push a personal political agenda is unconstitutional and abuse of power.
"We want to let our Obas know that they are not politicians. Political parties are constitutionally required to field candidates in elections and not Obas.
"We know that Fayose corralled the Obas into this political matter of office zoning, but we want to point the attention of the Obas to the fact that they are not politicians to decide such matter; therefore, their call at the behest of the governor is unconstitutional, offending both the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the constitutions of the various political parties," the group explained.
Urging the monarchs to operate within the confines of the law, the group also counselled them against being used as tools of disunity in a homogeneous Ekiti State that shares same values, language and culture.
"From Otun-Ekiti to Omuo-Ekiti, Ikere-Ekiti to Igogo-Ekiti and Oye-Ekiti to Ogotun-Ekiti, we speak one language and share the same culture and values unlike other states of the federation with a multiplicity of cultures and languages.
"We have been living with this unique opportunity for ages and it has helped us in shaping our destiny for good, hence it will be a gross disservice to our people for one man to rankle that great peaceful co-existence for a self-serving agenda at the detriment of Ekiti unity with our traditional rulers being used as tools.
"We sympathise with our Obas that are being coerced into this self-serving agenda, but then we expect our revered obas to also exercise discretion in kowtowing to the whims of the governor who believes that his preferences represent the collective will of Ekiti people," Oyediran said.
Lekan Oyediran
State Coordinator
Integrity Leadership Organisation
Anthony Elikene
Associate Consultant
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[ Masterweb Reports: Dr. Perry Brimah reports ] - Commencing May 2nd, Nigerian masses and friends of Nigeria are enjoined to organize and join global protests for security of life for ourselves and our loved ones. The Nigerian government has failed in its obligation to #ProtectUs and to this effect we have written letters to global bodies including the United Nations [ ] and our civil protests shall commence till our right to life is consecrated. 
 ] This is the stage Nigeria's wicked and inhumane leadership hopes to keep Nigeria at. We say No! No Police, No Work.
The Duty of Police Is To Protect the People and Not Only the Cabal
In response to our recent loud condemnation, Nigeria's police chief Ibrahim Idris, on March 19th claimed to have ordered immediate withdrawal of all police orderlies attached to Nigeria's cabal. A day later, the police chief incredulously said he would need President Buhari’s permission to effect the withdrawal of police personnel. Another day later, possibly after consulting president Buhari, IGP Idris suspended the "immediate withdrawal" and "postponed it" till April 20th 2018, citing a realization of a need for assessment in the "withdrawal" process. It was clear that once again, the needs of the handful of rotten cabal surpassed the urgent needs of 180 million desperate and constantly terrorized Nigerians.
Not only does Nigeria lack adequate numbers of police officers and are they lacking in proper training, but as the IGP admitted, 80% of an already too small force are deployed to protect the ravenous cabal, leaving a meager 20% for the masses. This is madness and wickedness of the highest level! 20% are left for all 180 million of us (excluding the privileged 1000 cabal), a thin disadvantaged force who end up doing not much more than extorting us at road blocks and when we report incidents.
Worse still, the few police left to secure the entire nation are easily killed in attacks because their peers are drafted to the homes of the cabal. So many police are losing their lives overpowered this way as has been observed recently in Offa, Rivers and across the entire country.
The right to life, liberty and security of person is a fundamental human right as enshrined in Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We Nigerians are tired of being the worst policed nation in the world and being victims of armed robbery, kidnapping and all other forms of wanton banditry and terror. The dereliction of sworn duty and abuse of office by our leaders cannot continue to go without response. We shall not sit by as mumus any longer waiting for one election and then the next only for more of the same insensitive callousness and cluelessness. Nigerians are ready and desperate to move forward and assume a proper place on earth. The time to secure our lives and property is TODAY!
The PDP/APC cabal-owned federal government continues to allow the misuse of police as private security for the cabal and then unconstitutionally deploys the war-trained brutal army in their stead, who incapable of being police, massacre Nigerians at will and make unconstitutional arrests frequently of victims rather than perpetrators. This cannot continue. The cabal should pay for bodyguards as happens all over the world. They have stolen everything including our police!
It is important to point out that we are 200 years behind time. When the history of policing is studied, police were formed in America for the same wicked purpose: to protect the cabal from the the masses, immigrant workers and blacks. At a time in America's south, the first police were called "Plantation patrols" and their duty was obvious. [Reference: 
We are being terrorized by all forms of armed militants including free ranging armed herdsmen and their hired militia – mobile Boko Haram, kidnappers, Northeast Boko Haram and what not, and even by the very police who the cabal they are deployed to, use to intimidate and terrorize us. This will not continue. Under-policed Nigeria breeds crime and exports the same and this has destroyed the reputation of Nigerians in Africa and overseas. The evil consequences of the cabal running and ruining the state cannot be over highlighted and shall no longer be tolerated.
#ProtectMe Protests and Sit-at-home to Commence May 2nd
We will protest and sit at home from May 2nd unless 100% of our police are restored for the protection of the state and not a single one is still deployed to escort the callous cabal. Everyone is enjoined to take pictures of any police officers still found protecting cabal and post with hashtags #ProtectMe, #PoliceProtectionNotOppression and #NoPoliceNoWork. We call on the able masses to protest across the country and Nigerian embassies and global institutions around the world in keeping with our inalienable right to assemble, protest and speak freely, as enshrined by the United Nations and sections 39 and 40 of Nigeria’s Constitution and Article 11 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights, Act (Cap A9) Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.
The rest of you/us are strongly urged to sit at home. We sit for Chibok. We sit for Dapchi. We sit for Benue. We sit for Enugu. We sit for Kaduna. We fight for Offa. We fight for Zamfara. We walk for Taraba. We walk for Kidnappings across Nigeria. No police, no work. We are not cows for the slaughter!
Dr. Perry Brimah ( Email: WhatsApp: +234-903-420-3031;+1-929-427-5305 ) reports. 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday urged all members of the Commonwealth of Nations that had made what she called outdated legislations against same-sex marriage to have a rethink.
May said this in London while addressing leaders at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM).
Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan had in 2014 signed a bill outlawing gay relationships and same-sex marriage, putting the legislation to use months after it was passed by the National Assembly.
Under the law, anyone convicted for getting involved in gay relationship or entering into a same-sex marriage contract or civil union faces up to 14 years in jail.
But the British Prime Minister maintained that no one should enact any law persecuting or discriminating against another person on account of who the person chooses to love.
May said that the United Kingdom would support any nation ready revoke its anti-same sex law.
She argued that the world had moved from 50 years ago when people were dictated to, saying young persons today design their lifestyles as they like.
She recalled that the last Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting resolved to establish an organisation that would promote the interests of gays, lesbians, and transgenders.
May said: "Recent years have brought welcome progress. The three nations that have most recently decriminalised same-sex relationships are all Commonwealth members, and since the heads of government last met, the Commonwealth has agreed to accredit its first organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
"Yet there remains much to do. Nobody should face persecution or discrimination because of who they are or who they love. And the UK stands ready to support any Commonwealth member wanting to reform outdated legislation that makes such discrimination possible.
"Because the world has changed. When, in 1953, the newly-crowned Queen Elizabeth set off on a tour of the Commonwealth, she travelled by air, sea and land on a journey that took more than five months. Today, many members of the Youth Forum have only ever known a time in which they can instantly converse with one another regardless of where in the world they live.
"Unlike previous generations, today’s young people don’t need an organisation like the Commonwealth to connect them. They can build their own bridges, forge their own links, mastermind and run their own campaigns.
"If the Commonwealth is to endure in such a world, we must demonstrate our relevance and purpose anew. We must show what the Commonwealth is capable of. And this summit can be the moment where that change begins to happen."
She disclosed that Britain was investing £44 million to improve member-states' abilities to independently tackle natural disasters in their respective countries.
May said 90 percent of member-stated were affected by malaria which, according to her, kills about 445,000 people annually, saying her country remained committed to spending £500 million to fight malaria among member-nations in five years as earlier promised.
She said: "We are only meeting in London this week because of the devastation wrought on Vanuatu by Cyclone Pam in 2015. The impact of other recent extreme weather events in the Caribbean and Pacific have underlined the vulnerability of smaller states across the Commonwealth.
"So I am proud to say that the UK, long a supporter of such nations, is investing a further £44 million to help improve members’ ability to prepare for and deal with natural disasters of all kinds. It is an issue Prime Minister Holness and I have already spoken about this morning.
"But extreme weather is not the only threat our people face from nature. Today, some 90 per cent of Commonwealth citizens live in countries where malaria is endemic. Worldwide, the disease kills 445,000 people every year, many in the Commonwealth and most of them children. Malaria has a serious impact on the economies of countries it affects. The human cost is incalculable.
"We cannot talk to the young people of the world, talk about securing a legacy for our children and grandchildren, without tackling a disease that, worldwide, kills one of them every two minutes. That is why, this week, I will be calling on my fellow leaders to commit to halving malaria across the Commonwealth by 2023.
"It is an ambitious goal, but one that is firmly within our reach. Since the Commonwealth Heads of Government last met, Sri Lanka has been declared malaria-free. Malaysia is on-course to eliminate the disease by 2020. And, since the year 2000, global malaria deaths have been cut by more than 60 per cent – the result of a concerted effort by governments, civil society groups, and individuals alike.
"Bill, you and Melinda deserve particular praise for all the work you have done in the fight against this terrible disease. Your philanthropy has saved countless lives, and your tireless campaigning has kept the issue firmly on the global agenda, including at tomorrow’s Malaria Summit.
"The UK remains committed to its five-year pledge, made in 2016, to spend half a billion pounds a year tackling malaria. Over the next two years £100 million of that will be match-funded by partners in the private sector. I know other Commonwealth nations are also among the biggest funders of this global effort."
*Photo Caption - British Prime Minister Theresa May

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari in London on Sunday met with a national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu. President Buhari's Personal Assistant on New Media, Bashir Ahmad, disclosed this on his Twitter handle,@BashirAhmad.
"President Muhammadu Buhari receives National leader of our great party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu (Jagaba) today (Sunday) in London," Ahmad stated.
The presidential aide, however, did not disclose what Buhari and Tinubu discussed during the meeting.
Before the president departed for London last Monday, he had, during the National Executive Committee meeting of the APC, announced his intention to seek reelection in 2019.
President Buhari left Abuja for London more than one week ahead of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meetings (CHOGM) scheduled for April 18-20.
The Presidency had, in a statement issued penultimate Sunday by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity Malam Garba Shehu, described Buhari's visit to the United Kingdom as official.
The presidential aide had at that time stated that Buhari was due to hold discussions on Nigeria-British relations with Prime Minister Mrs Theresa May.
Shehu had also said the president would also meet the Chief Executive Officer of Royal Dutch Plc, Mr. Ben van Beurden in connection with Shell and other partners’ plan to invest $15 billion in Nigeria’s oil industry.
The president had last Wednesday, in the United Kingdom met with the Archbishop of Canterbury, His Grace Justin Welby.
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari

[ Masterweb Reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday requested the Senate to confirm the appointments of 23 members of the National Population Commission (NPC). The request was contained in separate letters read by the President of the Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki at plenary.
Buhari also sought the Senate approval to appoint Mr Festus Okoye as National Commissioner, Independent National Electoral Commission, and two non-judicial practitioners as members of Federal Judicial Service Commission.
The 23 nominees to represent their various states at the NPC are Mr Nwanne Nwabuisi (Abia), Dr Clifford Zirra (Adamawa), Mr Chidi Ezeoke (Anambra), Mr Isa Buratai (Borno) and Navy Capt. Charles Ogwa (Rtd.) Cross River.
Others are Mr Richard Odibo (Delta), Mr Okereke Onuabuchi (Ebonyi), Mr Olusegun Aiyrjina (Edo), Mr Ejike Ezeh (Enugu), Mr Abubakar Damburam (Gombe) and Prof.Uba Nnabue (Imo).
Dr Abdulmalik Durunguwa (Kaduna), Mr Suleiman Lawal (Kano), Prof. Jimoh Isah (Kogi), Dr Sa’adu Alanamu (Kwara), Mr Nadir Kwarra (Nasarawa), Mr Aliyu Datti (Niger), Mrs Seyi Olusanya (Ogun) and Dr Oladiran Iyantan (Ondo).
Mr Mudashiru Hussain (Osun), Mrs Cecilia Dapoet (Plateau), Dr Ipalibo Harry (Rivers) and Mr Sale Saany (Taraba).
The new non-legal practitioners to serve as members of the Federal Judicial Service Commission are Mr Abba Ali (Katsina) and Mr Mohammed Sagir (Niger).
The request for the confirmation was in compliance with section 154 (1) of Nigeria’s Constitution. (NAN)
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - The decision by President Muhammadu Buhari to seek re-election is a welcome development. The move has the potential to deepen internal democracy within the All Progressive Alliance (APC) towards effective leadership in Nigeria. To that end, I am looking forward to a robust debate with the president on our respective visions to lead the country.
Any meaningful debate will crave for an answer on whether Nigeria wants to move backward or forward. The world will like to know whether Nigeria has the wisdom to emulate progressive nations and commit her future to a new generation of leaders, including the youth, who have the zeal and the competencies to cope with the demands of the 21st century or whether the country must rely on recycled politicians who have been part and parcel of national problems. The suffering masses are eager to know whether the region or religion of the next president is more important than electing a detribalized leader who has the messianic will to make Nigeria better for all.
Any meaningful debate ought to consider whether Nigeria must stay the status quo or opt for a new breed politician who has the moral audacity to demonstrate consequences for bad behaviour in the country without minding whose ox is gored. Fellow Nigerians will be interested to learn from the debate whether the APC, as a party, would risk losing power back to the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) or whether the ruling party can sagely tap on the prevailing thirst for generational change in leadership and produce a younger, visionary, and dynamic leader who has the requisite knowledge, preparations, and the capacity to unleash the abundant potential of Nigeria to greatness.
Dr. SKC Ogbonnia
An APC Presidential Aspirant
POWER TO THE MASSES: SKC Ogbonnia for President
"We Will Succeed Where Others Fail"
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Every single person that makes up the society plays an important role in its success. It is upon this premise that the idea of COMMUNITY was created about 13 years ago. COMMUNITY is a people powered solutions engine for the society, built to create a system of development for and by everyone within a geographical location. As a membership club, COMMUNITY runs on a developmental process called The Village Box or TV-Box for short.

Created to address such issues like unemployment; lack of affordable quality education; lack of funding for entrepreneurs; skills training, and more; COMMUNITY is sustained by every one member with an aim to "Build People, So People In Turn Can Build Society".
To this end, COMMUNITY is designed to gather people for the common good; create viable channels for resource generation; provide work engagement for every participant within its work models; increase learning by training members; provide a channel of participation in communal development; and create a maintenance culture within communities and an access to quality social services.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - The leadership of APC Youths Renaissance has received the news of President Buhari's formal declaration of intention to seek re-election in next year's general election with great joy and excitement.
We have long ago endorsed him as our presidential candidate, but for accepting our clarions call as well as that of many Nigerians at this defining moment of our national history is truly worth celebrating.
This is a president who has repositioned the battered image of Nigeria within the shortest time frame he has being in the office. Our country is no longer a pharia state as investors confidence in Nigeria is now unprecedented.
While we solicit the understanding of statesmen in this noble task of reelecting President Buhari, we however urge all supporters of our great party to embark on grassroot sensitisation campaigns by taking the message of Mr. President as well as the manifestoes of our great party to the Nigerian people.
With President Buhari's acceptance to consolidate on the democratic gains or dividends established in the last three years, Nigeria has indeed began its journey to real greatness.
Mr. Collins Edwin
National Secretary
APC Youths Renaissance
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[ Masterweb Reports: Victor Destiny reports ] - I refuse to be quiet when men of God use our trust on them to deceive us and rob us of our hard earned money, then turn back to say we were never forced. I made an allegation recently of how Pastor Danarry Leke of Living Faith Church Bida polytechnic branch introduces us to MMM, saying it was God's revelation to him of financial empowerment. We fell for it blindly, partially out of ignorance and over trust on mere mortal, I am glad that the truth is out and the Church saying it was only the wife Helen Danarry Leke that participated in the Ponzi MMM scheme. That was a lame excuse.
Where did Pastor Danarry Leke got money from to build those six flat apartment in Bida? Was it a gift from the Church members to him? Are full-time Pastor allowed to participate in any business? Or the apartments belong to his wife? The Church should be firm and stand by the truth, let us not deceive the congregation or hide anything from them, it will do our Church no good.
Pastors in Nigeria have taken advantage of their church members using the Bible to ‘rob’ them and also break happy homes. Nigerians who have been ‘robbed’ by these criminal pastors should be bold and speak up because these fake pastors need to be shamed for their dubious means of collecting huge sums of money from Nigerians. I went through a lot in life all because pastor Danarry Leke made me believe MMM was a divine financial blessing for the poor. I know several Nigerians have also experienced such problems in the cruel hands of such ‘men of God, let's be bold to speak up now before it's too late.
Victor Destiny ( Email: ) reports from Federal Polytechnic Bida, Niger State. 
*Photo Caption - Pastor Danarry Leke & wife Helen