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[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - The Federal Government has assured that the Second Niger Bridge as well as other federal projects in Anambra state and the entire South-East would receive federal boost.
 
The Vice-President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo gave the assurance on Friday at a funeral mass for late Mrs Roseline Ezinma Akabueze, mother of Ben Akabueze, Director-General, Budget Office, Abuja at St Gabriels Catholic Church, Ifitedunu in Anambra State.
 
Osinbajo revealed measures that the federal government had taken to commence and complete every federal project in the South-East, saying President Muhammad Buhari went to China to negotiate with the government on the bridge and other roads in East – West roads.
 
The vice president re-stated that one of the cardinal principles of Buhari’s administration was fairness, which according to him has offered every political zones the opportunity to benefit in his government.
 
He urged the National Assembly to consider and accommodate all the federal projects during their deliberations.
 
Dignitaries present at the occasion include the Minister of Labour, Dr Chris Ngige, the Minister for Budget and National Planning, Sen. Udo Udoma, Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr Okey Enelama, and Sen. Uche Ekwunife.
 

*Photo Caption - Niger bridge
 

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - Anambra state government has disclosed plans to send child welfare social workers to schools across the state to protect children from abuse and other forms of maltreatment.
 
The Commissioner for Social Welfare, Children and Women Affairs, Mrs Victoria Chikwelu, who announced this in an interview with newsmen in Awka, said the decision was in line with the state’s Child Rights Act of 2005.
 
She said there was high rate of child abduction in many places and called on social workers to be vigilant as well as protect the rights of children across the state.
 
Chikwelu also said there was the prevalence of wrong behaviour in many communities including unwanted pregnancy among young girls between the ages of thirteen and fifteen.
 
Anambra State students have been adjudged best in the 2017 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) organized by the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC).
 
About 75.3% of the students obtained credits in five subjects including English language and Mathematics.
 

The state Commissioner for Education, Prof. Kate Omenugha, who stated this in Awka, said government was putting in place measures to reduce examination malpractice to the barest minimum. She said three students from the state represented Nigeria in Indonesia for the World Schools Debate Championship.
 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Seun Opejobi reports ] -The Presidency has said sureties for leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu risk imprisonment if he fails to appear in court on adjourned date.
 
Following a ruling by the Federal High Court in Abuja granting Kanu bail on April 25, Senator representing Abia South Senatorial District, Enyinnaya Abaribe, signed the bond for release of the IPOB leader.
 
With his next court hearing coming up in October, the IPOB leader has not been heard from or seen after a combined team of security operatives invaded his house in Umuahia, the Abia State capital on September 14.
 
Commenting on the effect of Kanu’s failure to appear in court, President Muhammadu Buhari’s Special Assistant on Prosecution, Okoi Obono-Obla said the court could issue a warrant of arrest for the IPOB leader.
 
Speaking with Sunday Telegraph, Obono-Obla said, “The Federal Government has already filed a motion to set aside the bail of Kanu.
 
“Following the military exercise carried out in Umuahia, Abia State and the subsequent proscription of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu has not been seen and may have gone underground.
 
“So it is not likely that he will appear in court on the next adjourned day for fear of being arrested by the police or security agencies. Kanu had sureties that entered into recognizance or signed bail bonds as ordered by the court that led to his release.
 
“What is a recognizance? In law, recognizance is a security entered into before a court with a condition to perform some act required by law; on failure to perform that act a sum is forfeited.
 
“The position of the law as provided under Section 173 (1) of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, 2015, is that a defendant whom recognizance was entered on his behalf and who is subsequently released on bail is bound to appear before the court at every time and place to which during the course of the proceedings, the hearing may from time to time be adjourned.
 
“The court also may issue a warrant of arrest where a defendant (Kanu) bound by a recognizance or bond fails to appear before a court or police station. It follows that if Kanu fails to appear before the Federal High Court on the next adjourned date, the Judge will likely order a warrant for his arrest.
 
“The implication of the failure of Kanu to appear in court on the next adjourned date on those who stood sureties for his recognizance is that his recognizance shall be forfeited.
 
“The court shall order his bond entered by his sureties to pay the penalty or to show sufficient cause why the penalty should not be paid.
 
“It follows that Kanu’s three sureties will be ordered to pay N100 million each. Where sufficient cause is not shown by the sureties or the persons bound and the penalty is not paid, the court may recover the penalty from the person bound or from his estate if he is dead, in the manner laid down in the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, 2015 for the recovery of fine.
 
“However, where the penalty is not paid and cannot be recovered in the manner laid down by the law, the person bound shall be liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months.”
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Seun Opejobi reports ] - The founder of Inri Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Babatunde Elijah Ayodele has released more prophecies on the Biafra agitation spearheaded by the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu and the 2019 presidential election.
 
Speaking with Sunday Tribune, the Primate said Kanu had taken the wrong step in his fight for the actualization of Biafra.
 
Ayodele also stated that a Northerner will still rule Nigeria in 2019.
 
The clergy man insisted that Nigeria will disintegrate by 2035.
 
According to Ayodele, "Nnamdi Kanu has taken the wrong step in his fight for Biafra. He cannot actualise it.
 
"But the government must dialogue with him because his agitation will cause pandemonium. There will be a lot of factions within the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB). Some people would penetrate the group in order to cause issues.
 
"Besides, I see a major referendum in the nearest future; it is not now. No government can stop the disintegration of Nigeria. Only God can stop it.
 
"Note my words: only God can stop Nigeria’s disintegration, but it is not yet time. By 2035, Nigeria will be no more. Five nations will come out of the country. Two will be greater than three."
 
Speaking on Nigeria’s 2019 general election, Ayodele said: "Neither the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) nor the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) can take Nigeria to the next level.
 
"I have five names of people who can take Nigeria to the next level, but it is not yet time to announce them. You know the way we are in this country. Should I announce those names, they would tell me that I have been bribed.
 
"Unfortunately, President Muhammadu Buhari cannot take Nigeria anywhere. Atiku Abubakar cannot take Nigeria anywhere. He should consult God before stepping in.
 
"When Dr Goodluck Jonathan wanted to re-contest in 2015, I told him to consult God. Atiku should consult God so that his ambition will not ruin his image or personality. He must watch out. Buhari’s second term is not the best for Nigeria. He knows that.
 
"He should leave in 2019 and pick someone else from his party. A northerner will still rule in 2019. No South-West governor will rule in 2019."
 
Ayodele, had few weeks ago released prophecies regarding the unity of Nigeria and the agitation for Biafra. Ayodele predicted that Biafra will be actualized but not through Kanu.
 
 
 
*Photo Caption - Nnamdi Kanu

[ Masterweb Reports: Maureen Onochie reports ] - Former Director General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brigadier General Yusuf Bomoi, has died at the age of 60 years. He died Monday at a private hospital in Abuja after a protracted illness and was buried same day.
 
Bomoi was the 13th DG of NYSC and was the second ex-corps member to head the scheme.
 
He was appointed DG in October 2004 and served till January 2009. He is survived by a wife and children.
 
Bomoi was born in Potiskum, Yobe State. He attended Fika Government Secondary School, Potiskum and passed out in 1975.
 
He was admitted at Bayero University, Kano and graduated in 1979. After his NYSC he enrolled at the Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna and graduated in 1983. He rose through the ranks to become Brigadier General in 2004.
 
Many dignitaries, including governors, ministers and ambassadors have paid condolence visits to the family at their Aso Drive residence, Abuja.
 
Director General, NYSC, Brigadier General Sulaiman Kazaure, as well as staff of the scheme, also visited to condole with the family.
 
Speaking yesterday during his visit to the family, Brigadier General Kazaure described the former DG as an achiever throughout his career.
 
He said one of his major achievements was the building and relocation of the scheme’s national headquarters from a rented building to its permanent headquarters.
 

He said the management of the scheme would meet and decide on how to immortalise the late DG and assured the family of late Bomoi that the NYSC management was open to assist them in any form they desire.
 
*Photo Caption - Brigadier General Yusuf Bomoi
 



 

 [ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Dear Sir; It is with heavy heart that I write this open letter to you. I am appealing to you to as an elder statesman give candid advice to the present President, General Mohammadu Buhari (GMB) to answer a clarion call by Nigerians for urgent restructuring of this country. Let it be known to all that this country, Nigeria is greater than any individual, group, region or even political party. The call for restructuring when answered may likely douse the tension in the country and send all agitations by individuals or group to 'untimely grave'. It is good to speak the truth at all times irrespective of whatever consequence(s) that may follow.
 
 
The reasons why I have decided to address this open letter to you is that it seems to me that you are the only one from outside the Northern states that President Mohammadu Buhari may likely listen to for advice. I believe he may listen to you for the following reasons:
 
First and foremost, you became Head of State (1976-1979) before him (1983-1985). The second reason is that both of you were democratically elected president after dropping your army uniforms. You were there between 1999 -2007 and he started from 2015 till date. The third reason and most importantly is that you were both political prisoners at various times, and as such, can share your prison experiences with one another.
 
 
In other words, both of you have so much in common.
 
 
 
 
When President Buhari's administration was still 'young' in office, I wrote an open letter to him concerning his lopsided appointment, but it seems my letter provoked him. That open letter can be read at: http://www.olufamous.com/2015/08/open-letter-to-president-mohammadu.html 
 
 
 
I believe that during your presidency, you never appointed only those from the South Western states. If you did, I am not sure that the likes of Nuhu Ribadu, Late Professor Dora Akunyili and Madam Due Process in the Person of Oby Ezekwesili would have worked assiduously for the growth of the economy.
 
I am convinced within me that once restructuring is carried out, all agitations that led to QUIT NOTICE would fissile out.
 
Thanks.
 
Your faithfully,
Okike Benjamin
Email: okikeb@yahoo.com
 
*Photo Caption - Olusegun Obasanjo
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Adelanwa Bamgboye reports ] - The Court of Appeal, Lagos Division has fixed November 3 for hearing of an appeal lodged by a former First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, against the temporary forfeiture of $5.8 million belonging to her to the Federal Government.
 
Justice Mojisola Olatoregun of a Federal High Court in Lagos had on April 26, in a ruling on an ex-parte application by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) given the directive.
 
The judge also ordered the temporary forfeiture of N2,421,953,522.78 found in an Ecobank Nigeria Ltd account numbered 2022000760 in the name of La Wari Furniture and Baths Limited, which the commission said was linked to the former first lady.
 
Unhappy, the former first lady lodged an appeal against the ruling asking that the order be vacated.
 
Hearing of the appeal was stalled on July 7, owing to the withdrawal of one of 3-man panel of judges from the case.
 
The presiding judge, Justice John Ikyeh, had after lawyers representing parties in the matter had announced their appearances, revealed that a member of the panel had decided to withdraw for personal reasons.
 

However, at the resumed hearing of the matter yesterday, the appellate court granted a prayer by the former first lady seeking to amend her notice of appeal and file additional grounds of appeal.
 

*Photo Caption - Patience Jonathan

[ Masterweb Reports: Jerome-Mario Utomi reports ] - One remarkable character of ours as a nation is that we have a very unique but subtle way of 'glocalizing' global terms, policies, treaties, and international covenants. I have at some point had the unfortunate opportunity to watch this play out on our nation's political theatre. A typical example of this fundamental policy modification is the term 'democracy.'
 
This term at the world stage is simply known and addressed as a democracy but here in Nigeria, modified and rechristened 'homegrown democracy' by some, while others tagged it 'guided democracy". What this prefixes or phrase connotes or aimed at achieving, I am yet to figure out.
 
Another topical but more serious example of such 'dilution syndrome' is accentuated in the nation's constitution and accurately spotlighted in the second chapter.
 
This portion of the constitution contains a very long list of what ordinarily could have been very beneficial to the citizenries and at the same time solve the multifaceted challenges bedeviling the nation if it were at par with the provisions and status enjoyed by similar items as contained in chapter four. But, as expected, this portion for no clear reason shares the same body and spirit with chapter four but not equal in essence.
 
Again, the above well envisioned and perfectly embodied portion has again been incapacitated by the provision of a clause tagged 'non-justiceable' and is further deformed by this phrase: 'the fundamental objectives and directive principles of the state.' These two attributes made that chapter 'a fallen angel,' thereby depriving over one hundred and eighty million Nigeria what they are supposed to enjoy and on the other hands, stunted the nation's development.
 
While the above chapter is bemoaning her fate, Chapter Four, with the appendage 'fundamental human rights,' enjoys all the legal paraphernalia.
 
Comparatively, while chapter two handles issues such as access to education, housing, health and so on which the Constitution described as non-justiceable and comes under fundamental objectives and directive principle of the state.Chapter four on the other hands contains items which include but not limited to the rights and freedoms of association, expression, right to life, movements just to mention but a few.
 
Secondly, while you can not deprive or deny any citizen of any of the above-mentioned rights as contained in chapter four without committing an offense against the individual or the state of which the state or the individual concerned can seek legal redress, such is not the case of all the provisions as made in chapter two.
 
Now, the question is, if a citizen, based on the provisions of chapter two, is deprived access to quality education, where and how will the citizen gain the knowledge and education that will expose him to recognizing and eventual claiming of the said fundamental human rights as enshrined in chapter four?
 
Also, if one is seriously sick and is deprived of access to quality health care, how is he going to access his fundamental human right to the freedom of association?
 
Secondly, the asymmetrical nature of the interpretation, as well as the implementation of the provisions of the said chapter two, calls for a serious scrutiny.
 
Correspondingly, If at the electioneering campaign period, political office seekers are allowed to use all the items as listed in chapter two for their electoral manifestos, it is equally germane that citizens use those same items to hold them accountable when defaulting as well as measure their performance against their promises.
 
This I viewed through the prism of natural justice while also exploring the social responsibility matrix. Until we have a constitutional framework that will make this chapter two workable, our politicians will continue to view the chapter two of the constitution as a 'ready-made'' political manifesto.
 
Sadly, as it appears, all these alterations were done without recourse to the original source where we copied from. As a peep into the Constitution of the United States of America will reveal a contrary proposition as their constitution revered with religiosity and paid disciplined attention to what ours referred to as non-justiceable. What a policy summersault on our part.
 
Equally important is the fact that this lopsided position of this particular chapter had led to the large-scale inactions of our leaders knowing very well that even if they fail in those areas, nobody will take them to the task. In the same fashion, the weak position of this chapter as advanced has made nonsense of the school of thought that viewed political leadership as a social contract. If a political office seeker should approach me for my vote, I should also have a commitment from him in exchange for my vote. If access to quality education is that commitment, how do I seek redress since it is non-justiciable?
 
Strictly speaking, such an arrangement, if not amended, will forever present our constitution as a mere 'love letter' which both the content and the context are not binding on the author or the receiver. Also, allowing this weak structure to exist is a pleasurable welcome to non-performance from our leaders and further agitation for the restructuring of the nation. But upgrading it to enjoy the same status with chapter four will mean an invitation to political, social and economic development as our leaders will come to the realization that they are answerable to the people.
 
In the same token, our nation records very high scale corruption today is simply because, high volume of loose and ideal money littered the treasuries of the federal, state and local government areas of our country. This occurs as a result of the fact that our leaders believe that even if, at the end of their tenure, they fail to build and maintain quality schools and education; nobody is taken them to the court. Such is also our leader's opinion on the provision of health care related facilities.
 
All factors considered, the citizens should urgently rise up and make a demand from our parliamentarians now that the amendment of the nation's constitution is ongoing. If we are unable to harness this opportunity provided by this window, Chances are that we may continue to contend with the '1999 love letter' as amended.
 
Jerome-Mario Utomi ( Email: jeromeutomi@yahoo.com ) reports.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Dickson S. Adama reports ] - A total of 378 young farmers at the weekend concluded a one-week training in agriculture as well as other entrepreneurial and leadership development courses at the Citizenship and Leadership Training Center, Shere Hills, Jos, Plateau State.
 
The training which was organized by the Value Chain Development Programme (VCDP) drew participants from the Apex Leading Farmers Organization across six states of the federation, including Ogun, Niger, Benue, Ebonyi, Anambra, Taraba and the Federal Capital Territory Abuja.
 
Speaking at the closing ceremony, the course officer, Shegun Oluwashola Elisha, said the training programme was sponsored by the Federal Government to engineer food security in the nation.
 
He said the training would invigorate the interest of the participants in food production, processing and marketing, and inculcate in the participants a sense of self-reliance.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Ihechukwu Njoku reports ] - Amidst the news of Kenya’s shock election annulment, a video showing Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua’s message to the East African nation has been released.
On Sunday 1st January 2017, Joshua spoke about the elections in response to a question asked by a Kenyan congregant.
"This will be very, very close – and it will be difficult to call," the cleric declared to his multinational audience in a sermon broadcast on the Christian channel, Emmanuel TV.
"It will be very close [between] the opposition and the ruling. It will be very, very difficult to call… What can you expect from there?"
Supporters of the cleric on social media are citing the landmark ruling by Kenya’s Supreme Court as a "fulfillment" of Joshua’s words.
"The presidential election was not conducted in accordance with the constitution, rendering the declared results invalid, null and void," Chief Justice David Maraga said, ordering that fresh elections be held within 60 days.
Although the incumbent President, Uhuru Kenyatta, disagreed with the ruling, he implored the Kenyan people to maintain peace.
"Your neighbour will still be your neighbour regardless of whatever has happened - regardless of their political affiliation, religion, color or tribe," he said in an address to the nation.
In a post to his official Facebook page, Joshua noted that he would "continue to pray for the peace of God to reign in the nation of Kenya".
The Nigerian cleric is well known in Kenya, recently stirring controversy when a video of Olympic distance runner Mercy Cherono receiving ‘deliverance’ at his church went viral.
Ihechukwu Njoku ( Email: chuk.njoku@gmail.com ), a freelance Nigerian journalist reports.
*Photo Caption - TB Joshua