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[ Masterweb Reports: Hope Abah reports ] - Unknown gunmen on Thursday night killed a businessman, Samiaila Auwalu, at the North Bank suburb of Makurdi Local Government Area in Benue State.
Witnesses said the gunmen numbering about three were allegedly dressed in police uniform and had gained access into the deceased's home at about 7:30pm, identified the victim and opened fire on him.
A resident in the area, Emeka Onye, testified that the deceased was a good and generous man who was loved by his neighbours for his kind disposition towards everyone around him.
The Police Public Relation Officer (PPRO), for the Benue Command, Moses Joel Yamu, confirmed the incident, saying that the late Alhaji Auwalu, 45, was shot on his chest at his resident behind Maitala Motors by New Bridge Mine at North bank in Makurdi.
Yamu added that the victim was rushed to the Musab Hospital in Wadata area of Makurdi by his family members but died while receiving treatment.
The police spokesman further said that an empty shell was recovered from the scene while investigation into the matter has commenced.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - The Nigerian Electricity Management Services Agency (NEMSA) on 19th of December 2017 commissioned Test equipment for inspection, testing and certification of all electrical installations across the country.
The commissioning was done by the MD/CEO & Chief Electrical Inspector of the Federation, Engr. Peter O. Ewesor, at the headquarters of the agency in Abuja.
In his opening remarks, he pointed out that the importance of equipping the Area Inspecting Engineers is to ensure that all relevant standards and specifications in electrical installation are maintained. When the Area Inspecting Engineers are ill equipped, they cannot perform, thus, the function of enforcement of standards would not be achieved without equipment.
He further urged the Area Inspectorate Engineers to ensure that the equipment are used optimally in their field inspections to ensure the safety of lives and property.
The equipment includes:

· 18 pieces of 2.5/2kv Thermocool petrol generating sets with engine oil;
· 6 pieces of ground resistance testers and hybrid battery packs;
· 15 pieces of cable height detectors;
· 15 pieces of professional electrical tool boxes of 82 tools;
· 6 pieces of 1kv insulation& continuity testers;
· 4 pieces of 2.5kv insulation& continuity testers.

Ama Umoren
Wale Rasheed                                                                                             
*Photo Caption - NEMSA MD/CEO & Chief Electrical Inspector, Engr Peter O. Ewesor, some NEMSA Management Staff and other stakeholders at the commissioning of the test equipment at the NEMSA Headquarters on 19th Dec 2017.



[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra state has reiterated his administration's commitment to clamping down on miracle centres across the state. He said the fight against all forms of examination malpractices in the state is irrevocable.
Speaking during the third convocation ceremony of Paul University, Awka, the governor, who was represented by his deputy, Dr Nkem Okeke, regretted that miracle centres held sway in the state before the advent of his administration.
"My administration is committed to holistic development of all sectors of the State economy, as well as continued advancement of the standards of education in the state," he stressed.
While urging students to devote time to their studies, Obiano pointed out that valuable formal education remains the greatest asset that can be bequeathed to any child.
*Photo Caption - Governor Willie Obiano

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - The Rivers State Chapter of All Progressives Congress APC in a statement issued on Thursday in Port Harcourt the Rivers State capital described the celebration of the birthday of Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State on 13
th December as celebration of treachery, deceit and fraud. According to the party, "it is unfortunate and sad that the almighty Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State who is today the jewel and pride of the opposition political party, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) doesn't know his date of birth." Though this maybe shocking to the outside world but those of us who are his close associates are not shocked a bit knowing his antecedents as a fellow who is capable of using any method whether sinister, unholy, untoward or otherwise to achieve any task he sets his mind to achieve including deceiving the world on his day of birth.

The APC in a statement signed by its State Chairman, Chief (Dr.) Davies Ibiamu Ikanya and circulated by Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze his Media Consultant today said, "We have read several birthday messages from both his family members, political associates etc celebrating his birthday on 13th December while the documents he presented to INEC and some educational Institutions on oath indicates that he was actually born on March 13, 1963 and not December, 13th 1968 as he makes the world to believe. Sadly as if he is not contented with been born on two different days the great Google on the other hand claims that Governor Wike was born on 24th August, 1967. What a feat! An individual claiming three different days as his birthday." Both his age declaration form, sample of his birthday celebration and the Google’s stand are attached for doubting ‘Thomasess’.
Text of the statement reads:
According to the age declaration sworn by his elder brother, Chief Collins Wike and Clergy father and presented to INEC and some educational Institutions, Governor Wike is said to be born on March 13, 1963. This date contradicts the new age of 13th December, 1968 and the Google date of 24th August, 1967.
To some funny PDP Leaders, Wike is not only a reputable leader but the embodiment of the alien democracy being practised by PDP.
In a congratulatory birthday message signed by Kola Ologbondiyan, the PDP new National Publicity Secretary, Governor Wike was described as "the jewel and pride of not only the Party and Rivers State but also the nation at large" PDP went further to hail Governor Wike for his political sagacity which had propelled the party to greater heights. It is sad that such character as Gov Wike because he has continued to waste the Rivers State funds to sponsor the activities of PDP he has become the face and hero of democracy. To us in APC, "If such a character is the jewel of PDP, Nigerians need not be told what the party PDP is made up with and what they are capable of doing, the statement signed by Dr Davies Ibiamu Ikanya the Rivers State APC Chairman stated.
According to the APC statement, the alien democracy that Wike's PDP is practicing is democracy of fraud, high-tech looting, high level of impunity and high-tech election rigging tactics as acted during her just concluded elective convention and it will be a disaster for this country if such a party is voted back to power.
It is unfortunate that Rivers State is being governed by such a character and his wife - a High Court Judge is celebrating him on National TV while knowing that 13th December is not his birthday. This is the man positioning himself as the leader of PDP, a party that was founded by some great minds like Alex Ekwueme, Solomon Lar, Abubakar Rimi who are currently weeping profusely in their graves over the current state of the party that they put their lives on line to establish, how is the mighty fallen. This is a man threatening that if he is not given the office of Vice President that he will scatter the party. We feel sad when some of our best brains like OCJ Okocha, SAN, former President of the NBA look upon Governor Wike as the Messiah of Rivers State.
If Wike can be involved in this type of act of not knowing the date of his birthday or rather presenting forged documents as his birthday certificate why should the world believe or accept funny documents he cooked up in order to indict an innocent man like Rt Hon Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi erstwhile Governor of Rivers State and incumbent Minister of Transportation.
To is patriotic Nigerians, instead of celebrating Wike’s fraudulent birthday, Nigerians should be mourning that a man without vision who governs a State without any budgetary provision; sponsoring anti FSARS groups to allow criminals pervades Rivers State, who in the midst of plenty owes a lot of backlog in salaries to civil servants and arrears of pension to pensioners. A man well versed and notorious in embarking on low-value projects spiced up with massive media coverage. A man who has destroyed our education by recalling our students on scholarship overseas, etc, in addition to several other atrocities is today the jewel and leader of a great political party like PDP.
As much as we as a political party wish Governor Wike God's stead but we need to wait till 13th March, 2018 or August 24 2018 to formally send to him our official birthday gifts and card.
Long Live APC!
Long Live Rivers State!!
Long Live Federal Republic of Nigeria
Long Live President Muhammadu Buhari
Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze,
SSA Media and Public Affairs Consultant to the State Chairman, APC Rivers State.


*Photo Caption - APC logo


[ Masterweb Reports: Eric O. Ifere reports ] - The most recent Nigeria Court of Appeal decision in Nganjiwa v FRN, delivered on 11th December 2017 has become a lightning rod for public discourse and controversy. While some Nigerians agree with the judgement, I believe the Court of Appeal in applying the principle of separation of powers within our constitutional framework ascribed to the three spheres of government ignored the basic principle that a statute should be read as a harmonious whole, with its separate parts being interpreted within their broader statutory context.
Prior to this Court of Appeal decision which held that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission [EFCC] does not have the powers to investigate or prosecute serving judicial officers except where they have first been dismissed by the National Judicial Council, perhaps hinging its deduction on S158 of the Nigerian Constitution and paragraphs 21[b] and [d] of the Third Schedule to the Constitution, EFCC could proceed against judges for criminal offences committed while on duty.
While I agree with the decision that complaints demanding ‘disciplinary’ action against a Court Judge in the performance of his legal duty should firstly be referred to the National Judicial Council to establish whether it would be appropriate to remove them from office or apply other appropriate sanctions in circumstances where they have been found to have committed a criminal offence, I am less oriented to the Court of Appeal’s views that Judges can only be prosecuted for ‘selected criminal conducts‘ after the National Judicial Council has first administratively decided on their cases and not otherwise.
Simply put, I disagree with the Court's interpretation as Judges in Nigeria are not above the law just like any other citizen. To say otherwise will mean misinterpreting the constitutional provisions cited above or erroneously ascribing to Nigeria Judges constitutional immunity to criminal prosecution, even as existing provisions are limited to dismissal and/or disciplinary actions against serving judges but not extended to criminal prosecution if properly interpreted.
It is coherent to say that using the words ‘disciplinary control ‘by the framers of the constitution does not suggest a generative interpretation of those provisions to include ‘criminal prosecution’ for defined criminal conduct and therefore we must avoid the temptation of giving the word ‘disciplinary control’ a wider interpretation not envisaged by the Constitution. For if the law maker had intended such protection for judges, he would have explicitly said so in the Constitution or other Act of parliament [ that no Judge should be subjected to criminal prosecution, up until they have gone through disciplinary action of the National Judicial Council as exist in some other jurisdictions.]
The court of appeal view in fact reveals a deeper failure when it enumerated other criminal activities that can warrant criminal prosecution of Judges without resort to Administrative discipline by the National Judicial Council to include theft, fraud, murder or manslaughter, arson, and the likes, while excluding bribery and corruption offences which should be a mere official misconduct…………na true…………. crime under our statutory books na crime biko.
In conclusion, as far as the text and structure of the Constitution are concerned,there is no reason to conclude that the EFCC and indeed any appropriate law enforcement body in Nigeria cannot initiate criminal proceedings against Judges.
based on any material facts which could show that a Judge committed a criminal offence outside the scope of his/her work even before the National Judicial Council takes appropriate disciplinary action against him/her.Supreme Court of Nigeria, if they don’t ………. I shall be knocking on your door ASAP.
Eric O. Ifere ( Email: ) reports.
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[ Masterweb Reports ] - An Igbo Lady who resides in Ghana is claiming she saw The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu disguising in Ghana. She claims she saw him at Eddys Pizza in Ghana at about 8:45 pm, yesterday, 11 of December 2017… She says when she saw him, she spoke to......   Read More
*Photo Caption - Eddys Pizza, Ghana.

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - APC Youths Renaissance was shocked to read about the huge sums of money distributed to delegates at the just concluded PDP National Convention despite the excruciating pains the empty economy it left behind has imposed on Nigerians.

The reality of yesterday's show of shame by PDP rogues and gangsters has shown to Nigerians that PDP remained unremorseful to the black hole economy and the decrepit infrastructures it corruptly and irresponsibly left behind inspite of the unprecedented oil boom it witnessed during its inglorious reign.
Instead of apologizing to Nigerians for the shallow economic foundation it laid for the country, the new National Chairman of a corrupt and irresponsible party Uche Secondus had the effrontry to insult the sensibilities of Nigerian voters who rejected and sacked them from office when he said their corrupt party would come back to power in 2019.
Since we are in the era of prudent and legitimate financial spending and not in the era where stealing was not corruption, we urge the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to investigate the source of the money shared to party delegates and prosecute those behind the act.
We also urge the EFCC to investigate who brought the money, which bank provided it, how did it found its way to the convention arena and who was the main beneficiary?
Proper investigation should be conducted and offenders punished to serve as deterrents to others.
Mr. Collins Edwin
National Secretary,
APC Youths Renaissance.
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[ Masterweb Reports: SKC Ogbonnia reports ] - The People's Democratic Party (PDP), the main opposition party in Nigeria, has concluded its long-awaited national convention. The main takeaway from the gathering is the zoning of its presidential candidate for the 2019 elections to Northern Nigeria. But they may not be alone. The fiercest narrative that has continued to greet my expression of interest to vie for president under the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) is that power must remain in the North past 2019.
So, why specifically the North at this critical stage of national development where the nation is facing serious crises in all fronts? Have the leaders from any particular zone shown any magic wand in solving national problems? If zoning is suddenly the sole panacea for our problems, what are the criteria?
The cursory history below is cue.
By May 2019, the North might have occupied the seat of power for about 42 out of 59 years of national independence. Of the three Northern political zones, the North-West would have been in power for roughly 18 years; 11 democratic, and 7 years under military rule. The North-East already had about 6 years of democratic governance in the First Republic; while the North-Central accounted for solid 18 years, all military. Yet, despite unfettered allocation of federal funds to the Northern region, its huge natural and human resources remain grossly untapped. It is not surprising, therefore, that the image of the poor human condition in the North is the convex lens through which the history of bad leadership in Nigeria is seen worldwide.
Similarly, the Southern Nigeria has held power for about 17 years. The South-West zone was at the helm for 12 years; 8 years of democratic power, and 4 years of military and quasi military dictatorships. The South-South follows with 5 years, all democratic leadership; while the South-East accounted for 6 months through military authority. Unfortunately, however, the condition of vital federal projects in the South, including roads and airports, remain an eyesore. Needless to mention that the region is well known for high crime rates home and abroad.
Ultimately, politicians from both the North and South are guilty of bad leadership in Nigeria. We must admit, therefore, that the distrust in the polity is deeply rooted in the past, where each ethnic group or region patently shares blame. But if zoning must prevail at this critical time, common sense dictates that the law of equity would equally demand that the position of the president be allocated to the region or the zones thus far marginalized in the presidential equation.
Critics are expected to roar here. As if Nigeria just attained independence in 1999, they will attempt to argue that the rotation began in 1999. Others have also made the case that the rotation rationale does not consider military rule. Fine. But there is the need for consistency. Nigeria has moved onto political zones instead of the regional concept. Thus, the presidential calculators ought to zoom their searchlight into the North-Central and the South-East, being the political zones that are yet to produce democratic presidents. In other words, any presidential aspirant from North-West, South-West, South-South, and North-East might as well step aside.
More progressively, let there be open contest from all zones without preordained anointment. Nigeria needs a leader who is best equipped to lead at this stage of national development. For things are not going well in our country. The ordinary man and woman is finding it difficult to survive. Many of the youths are fleeing the country, most of whom have no other choice than to embrace the harsh conditions in immigration jails in foreign lands as more hopeful than the free life in our native land. Some are even accepting to be sold as slaves insofar they escape the Nigerian dilemma.
Make no mistake about it, the main problem is not the fault of the current national government. Instead, it is a culmination of acute leadership failures inherited from the past PDP regimes that squandered the nation's golden opportunities. For example, despite unprecedented revenue generated from crude oil from 1999 to 2014, abject corruption, rather than the dividend of the hard-earned democracy, was the order of the day.
As can be recalled, that very situation prompted many patriots, including this writer-to sacrifice our individual political and business interests-to promote any candidate who could stem the tide of bad governance bedeviling the country at the time. We did not care about ethnicity, religion or creed. We did not care that the South-South, the very life zone of the nation, which at the time had a sitting president in Goodluck Jonathan, had not exhausted its eight years in Aso Villa. All we sought was a Nigerian, simply a Nigerian, with a history of fighting corruption. Muhammadu Buhari was that man.
Buhari came back to power with good intentions and has performed to the best of his ability. At least, corruption is once again being viewed as stealing. But, if the truth is told, his best can no longer cope with the demands of the 21st century Nigeria. In short, President Muhammadu Buhari has two glaring styles to consider moving forward: The Mandela manner or the Mugabe muggle. The world is watching.
The world is definitely watching, believing that Nigeria can do much better. It is not a secret that her citizens, including the youth, are leading lights worldwide in all-important areas of human civilization from medicine, education, engineering, law enforcement, and what have you. Yet, the same Nigerian professionals cannot replicate similar standards at home because of all manners of discrimination, including uneven zoning and quota. That trend must change. The posterity beckons on us to capitalize on our rich diversity and find common grounds where ideas could converge for practical solutions instead of amplifying the echoes of a lifelong pattern of tribal or regional rivalries.
SKC Ogbonnia*, an APC presidential aspirant, writes from Abuja, Nigeria.
*Photo Caption - SKC Ogbonnia

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved N16 billion for the construction of the headquarters of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).
The Minister of Niger Delta, Usani Uguru, disclosed this while addressing State House correspondents after the cabinet meeting presided over by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.
The minister said the building, which would be sited in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, was estimated to be completed within 52 weeks.
Uguru stated that the East-West Road project in the Niger Delta region was "designed to fail", but that the present administration was trying to revive it.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Pwavodi Joshua reports ] - Dec. 6, 2017: The Attack by Fulani herdsmen yesterday was a reprisal attack to what happened last two weeks in Shafaron Village of Numan Adamawa State. Last week information came to the people about the incoming of several Fulani and foreigners into the state and believed to have been camped around Mayo Belwa.
There was tension on Friday 1/12/2017 that the Fulani are set to attack Numan and its environs, as a result of this information alot of people packed and left the town for safety elsewhere. The same day there was clash between the MOPOL and the Fulani which led to the loss of lives of 7 MOPOL.
The main attack started around 6am yesterday (4/12/2017) where thousands of the herdsmen advance towards Lawaru village. These herdsmen are believed to be hired from other countries to carry out this massacre. They were heavily armed with different sophisticated weapon such as Machine Guns, RPG, AK 47, Knives, Matches, Bows and Arrow, one can wonder where they got all these fire arms from.
The villagers despite the attack went in good spirit with no gun but guts. They tried to counter the herdsmen but it was not possible. While the men remained behind to fight, hundreds of women were running into bushes. Within some minutes, the troop headed into Dong. People hid themselves watching the herdsmen burning their houses. Young girls between the age 12-14hrs were raped mercilessly by the herdsmen.
Aside that, a helicopter was hovering over, and giving them cover. At a certain point when the villagers noticed the herdsmen were running out of arms, they mobilized themselves to face the herdsmen. Not too long a military jet released a bomb on the villagers killing many of them. Most of the men killed were by the four air strikes while children and women were killed by the Fulani.
In total Seven villages have been burnt down, which are Dong, Lawaru, Kodomti, Shafaron, Bare, Nzoruwe, Shemun. The village head of Lawaru has been killed. More than 50 confirmed dead bodies recorded and thousands of villagers are left homeless. The Fulani were in their thousands clearing all this villages heading towards Numan which is believed to be their main target, but they got scared and turned back when their bullets was getting exhausted and despite all this that was happening there were no any security to counter them.
As a trained jet fighter you can’t make mistakes on a broad day light when the Fulani people are in thousands. There is no any re-enforcement from the Government. The Jets threw bombs and the impact of the bombs was one of the contributing factors that destroyed the villages.
All the statements from the government are false and political. We will quote from what the Emir of Kano said "I hope what happened in Mambilla and Numan will not go Unpunished ". This attack came some days after this statement.
The government should not force us to conclude that they have a hand in this attack. This is a carefully, Sponsored and calculated planned attack to kill the bachama people, and we will be tempted to say the government were aware of this attack and yet they were silent about it. The worst has already been done, we hope the lives of the people lost will rest in peace. *Click link for enlarged photo of victims -
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*Photo Caption - Some of the victims *Click link below for enlarged photo of victims -