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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Presidency has challenged individual leaders of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to publicly and voluntarily tell Nigerians "how much they stole". It said they should also agree to cough up their illegal acquisition of wealth if they want their apology to be taken seriously by Nigerians.
 
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Malam GarbaShehu, in a statement yesterday advised Nigerians to be cautious of the "less-than-honest apology" offered by the PDP’s national chairman, Mr. Uche Secondus.
 
Shehu said the point made by the Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, was apt and on cue that there were heavy moral duties that go with apologies if the culprits wanted to be taken seriously.
 
According to Shehu, the PDP is desperate to recapture power because it no longer has unhindered access to national resources for private uses and its apology should be seen in this context.
 
"The PDP has not even acknowledged the fact that it plundered the national economy, and for a party that dismissed the anti-corruption war as a political witch hunt, it is impossible to believe that its public apology comes from the bottom of the heart. Even desperate thieves apologize because they are caught and not because they are incapable of repeating the crime if they had another opportunity," he said.
 
*Photo Caption - PDP logo
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Presidency on Saturday described as both shocking and scary comments by a former Minister of Defence, Theophilus Danjuma, calling on Nigerians to defend themselves from attacks.
 
It appealed to prominent Nigerians, who have national influence, to use their influence wisely and not continue to engage in public declarations that are likely to inflame emotional passions and threaten national security.
 
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba, in a statement, said silence can be dignified, but sometimes it can be misinterpreted and exploited.
 
Shehu, who though did not mention any name, stated: "It is both shocking and scary to hear the recent comments by a senior citizen calling for Nigerians to defend themselves."
 
Shehu said the Presidency was very worried that criminal gangs would feel justified in defying legal governing and democratic institutions, and authority of legitimately elected democratic government if unrestrained pronouncements are made.
 
He said the Presidency commended the military’s efforts to maintain peace and stability despite being pulled in various directions by elements determined to destabilize the country and government for their selfish reasons.
 
"What country would survive if its citizens rise against the country’s organized, trained and equipped military?, the presidential spokesman quizzed.
 
He said the Presidency advise d former leaders to take advantage of the various fora where people with a history of national security could offer advice to the government without resorting to the exploitation of emotional sentiments.
 
"The civil war motto: "TO KEEP NIGERIA ONE IS A TASK THAT MUST BE DONE" rings very timely at this time in our nation’s history.
 
"We must be careful to avoid the mess that destroyed other African countries like Somalia," Shehu cautioned.
 
*Photo Caption - As seen.
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Ebireri Henry Ovie reports ] - South-South leaders have expressed satisfaction with the performance of President Muhammadu Buhari. They also urged Buhari to throw his hat in the ring. At a meeting to appraise political actors in Nigeria, the leaders praised Buhari for investing in roads, bridges, other infrastructure and security.
 
They also commended President Buhari for promoting sustainable growth and employability, strengthening the capacity and innovation of micro, small and medium enterprises and enhancing food security and sustainable agriculture.
 
Speaking to the media after the meeting in Uyo, the Chairman, South-South Front (SSF), Chief John Harry said the leaders described names floated so far in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Social Democratic Party (SDP) and others as men with no electoral values.
 
The leaders were also appreciative of Oyegun’s role in the development of Nigeria’s democracy.
 
"Chief John Odigie-Oyegun is a genius in the area of leadership" they said.
 
The leaders who ruled out plans to support the opposition parties in 2019 praised Oyegun for enhancing political discourse, maintaining a good working relationship with President Buhari, strengthening the democracy within the party, eliminating practices that suffocate the development of democracy in Nigeria, reconciling aggrieved members of the party and winning new electorate in order for APC to remain an important political force in the country.
 
"Oyegun’s grip on internal party matters is unique" the leaders said.
 
They regarded the moves of those against tenure elongation as a threat.
 
"The performance of the Oyegun –led NWC shows great hope for expanded democracy, reforms and coherent programmes. The tenure elongation is important for the party right now given the 2019 electoral challenges. Odigie-Oyegun has the right experience in the nitty-gritty mechanics of managing a political party during and after elections"
 
Oyegun, a quiet leader with a unique affinity for building strong relationships, according to the leaders was instrumental in negotiating a peace agreement between the Presidency and the National Assembly.
 
"The friction between the executive and legislature has forced the party to rethink its role and to lay ground for healthy executive-legislature relationship.
 
They commended the ruling party for fulfilling key functions such as political recruitment, interest articulation and participation.
 
"The purpose of APC at the time of formation was not only to serve as electoral vehicle for major political figures or push PDP out but to guarantee good governance, grow the economy and sanitize the system"
 
"APC is not a one person show. It represents citizens’ interests. The party is remarkable for internal unity, consensual decision making and strong clientelistic elements especially at the local level. PDP still suffers from factional divisions, problematic shallowness and lack of meaningful engagement with ordinary citizens. The party has lost its direction" the leaders said.
 
They also hit back at Chief Perekeme Kpodo, describing his criticism directed towards Oyegun as sickening and unacceptable.
 
"We clearly disagree with Kpodo. His views on APC point to a repeated failure by the mediocre politician to appreciate the exceptional leadership of the national chairman and the attempt to position the party ahead of 2019".
 
"Oyegun's recent actions "mark a milestone for APC, for peace and for Nigeria".
 
They urged former governor of Lagos State, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu to focus on Lagos APC crisis and not waste his energy on other chapters and how to wreck havoc on the recent tenure elongation granted the Chief John Odigie-Oyegun-led APC National Working Committee.
 
"The disunity in Lagos APC will cost the party the next election".
 
Ebireri Henry Ovie ( Email: henryebi@yahoo.com Phone: 08036977194 ) reports.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday at the State House in Abuja received the freed Dapchi schoolgirls and expressed readiness to accept an unconditional surrender of arms by Boko Haram members.
 
The president also said his government was ready to rehabilitate and integrate such repentant insurgents into the larger society.
 
"While further efforts are being made to secure the release of every abducted citizen in Nigeria, government is ever ready to accept the unconditional laying down of arms by any member of the Boko Haram group who shows strong commitment in that regard. We are ready to rehabilitate and integrate such repentant members into the larger society," he said.
 
The president emphasised that security chiefs had been warned in clear terms that any lapse on their parts would be viewed seriously.
 
He said he had also tasked all security agencies to work to ensure that the nation does not witness any reoccurrence of abduction of school children.
 
He said they had since been directed to put in place further measures around all schools vulnerable to attacks to ensure the safety of pupils/students as well as teachers and school workers.
 
Reiterating his administration’s commitment to the fight against terrorism and insurgency, Buhari urged all Nigerians to join in this task.
 
The president, who said the country had suffered enough hostility, appealed to all to embrace peace for the overall development of the nation.
 
Buhari also warned those who have chosen to make political fortune out of citizens’ misfortune, saying government would not tolerate any attempt by any person or group to trivialize or politicize security issues for politically motivated ends.
 
"Accordingly, security agencies would not hesitate to decisively deal with such unscrupulous characters," Buhari vowed.
 
He said: "I am delighted to formally announce to Nigerians this (yesterday) morning and our international friends and partners that one hundred and seven (107) Dapchi students previously abducted have been unconditionally released by their abductors. This cheery and hearty development signifies our commitment to the security and wellbeing of all Nigerians. We are never in doubt about our focus and direction since the assumption of the administration.
 

"Security, anti-corruption and revamping of our economy are the main focus of our government. You will recall that on the 14th of this month, l paid a visit to Yobe State during which l sympathised with parents, families, government and people of Yobe State for the tragic abduction of the students in Dapchi. I made a solemn pledge on my word of honour that this administration would do everything possible to ensure the unconditional release of the girls. I further tasked all appropriate security agencies to safely bring back the girls."
 
He said the government reached out to its contacts at home and abroad. "We embarked on back channel shuttles with a clear view to bring to an end the tragedy."
 

He explained that the government entered into negotiations solely to make sure that no single girl was hurt, noting that this strategy paid off as the girls were released without any incident.
 
Buhari reassured the rescued students that they would freely live and pursue their dreams in Nigeria of peace and order without fear of violence or molestation.
 
He said as parents of the Dapchi girls rejoiced because of the reunion with their children, he appealed to the Chibok community never to lose hope or despair, saying his administration was determined as never before to bring back the remaining Chibok daughters.
 
"And this, we must accomplish. And that will be soon by God’s grace," the president assured.
 
Speaking on behalf of her colleagues, 14-year-old Fatima Bashir, a JSS 3 student, thanked Buhari for saving their lives and bringing them out alive.
 
The governor of Yobe State, Ibrahim Geidam, was conspicuously absent at Buhari’s meeting with the girls.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has admitted that many Nigerians, while returning from abroad, are often frustrated at the nation's airports; and others, at the seaports in bringing in goods. The vice president said this at the State House in Abuja on Monday at the sideline of the 7th Presidential Quarterly Business Forum.
 
"The point that was made especially about two people sitting together, questioning you and passing your passport from one person to the other, is what we are all generally irritated about," he said.
 
According to him, what is required is i-check "which is quite an elaborate device which enables us to get advance passenger information ahead of passengers arriving at the ports. This enables us to do two things; one, it enables us to give visas on arrival because you already have the information of the passenger.
 
"Secondly, it removes the necessity of more than one person checking the passport because you already have advance information, the other security person works from the backend. We expect that when that is installed, we would be able to achieve that and remove the nuisance of two/three people checking passports.
 
"Last week, we held a meeting with all the agencies that are usually at the ports, and you find that there are several of them. The idea is to reduce this number and ensure only those who must absolutely be there are there. There are some who don’t need to be there but rather be summoned when their services are required."
 
He said the permanent solution the government was proposing for bringing in and taking out goods from Nigeria's ports "is through our single window, the National Trading Platform."
 
Osinbajo said the government had gone very far with that "and we expect that should be on stream very shortly. We are at the point where this is going to FEC for a final approval."
 
He added: "With the single window, a lot of the stress will be greatly reduced, and with the appropriate scanners run by concessions with PPP arrangements, we should be able to achieve greater ease of coming into our ports and exporting goods from our ports."
 
*Photo Caption - Nigeria Vice President Yemi Osinbajo
 

 



[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday congratulated Chinese President Xi Jinping on his re-election as the Secretary General of the Communist Party of China and the leader of the nation.
 
Buhari, in a statement by his spokesman, Femi Adesina expressed conviction that the success of the 19th National Congress of the CPC and the implementation of its important decisions will serve to fulfil the Chinese dream of the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.
 
"Your widely acknowledged wise and firm leadership has played a critical role in the changes in China in the past five years and the renewal of your term will no doubt strengthen the unity of CPC and its central, unified leadership and further enhance cohesiveness of the Chinese nation," he said.
 
Buhari also expressed belief in the capability of the CPC Leadership and President Xi to take China to a new level and enhance its standing around the globe in the next five years.
 
He said his fruitful meetings and frequent communications with President Xi had allowed the two countries to firmly commit to strong economic synergy and cooperative potentials.
 
Buhari praised the existing cordial relationship between China and Nigeria on one hand and with Africa as a whole, especially sustaining the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC).
 
The Nigerian leader wished the Chinese president a very successful second tenure.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari
 

[ Masterweb Reports ] - Apostle Chima Timothy Livinus is a cleric based in Lagos. The Imo State born prophet is the general overseer of the Sign Word Prophetic International Ministries, Lagos. He was in Enugu recently where he spoke to journalists on some prophecies relating to the 2019 elections.
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You said you have some revelations from God concerning the 2019 general elections, can you share some of them with us?
 
Well, with regards to the forthcoming 2019 election, God began to speak to me about it as far back as November/December 2017. He said that there will be a lot of upset in our political leadership- from councillorship to the presidency. Many whom he gave opportunity to lead from 2015 had failed him having deviated from his original mandate for them. He told me that he will raise the Davids who will take over from the Sauls.
 
How will this your upset come considering that some of the possible candidates are already known?
 
Many underdogs are going to emerge from nowhere. Though there will be a lot of political uproars in the nation, many leaders will want to bribe their way back to position. There will be electoral malpractice as it had not been before in the history of Nigeria. There will be tension, many arrests many intimidation, but God said the truth will prevail.
 
Away from the national political space, God has also made some relelations to me concerning Abia State.
 
Can we know some of them?
 
One of the prophecies concerning Abia State has to do with one Chief Charles Okereke. I have not known him from anywhere. I don’t even know that a man like him exists. My knowing him is divine. It is still a mystery on how God revealed him to me.
 
One day, I was in my office in Lagos State preparing to preach in our Wednesday midweek service. My phone rang. I checked who was calling. I saw it was an unkown number, the voice on the other side of the phone said “Hello”, “Are you Apostle Chima Timothy”?. I said yes I am, he went straight and said this….do you see vision, if so what do you see happening in Nigeria in 2019?
 
I asked him to call me back in 2 hours. He called exactly 2 hours but then God had not spoken to me. I told the caller I was still praying yet to hear from God so I again told him to call back in another two hours. Again…he called. So I went to God in prayer immediately, asking God who is this man? What does he want? How did he get my number? What am I Supposed to tell him.
 
Then God spoke to me…’My son….his name is Charles Okereke…he is from Abia state…but lives in the USA where he runs his business…he had sat and dined with great men in the land, presidents and governors both in Nigeria and U.S. He got your number from a group you were added to (He mentioned the name of that group). I sent him to call you, because I am preparing him to redeem Abia State. I want you to pray him into the governorship position that I have reserved for him. You are to anoint him just as Samuel anointed David to take over from Saul. He is the David that will take over from Saul. Though the journey will not be easy but at the end victory will emerge. Many will fight, ridicule, and call him unqualified by many standard, many will say that, he has not enough connection from the central government but just like David came from the bush to rule Israel, so I am bringing him from the USA to lead.’
 
God told me that he wants to redeem Abia, “God’s Own State” and Okereke had found Grace in his sight to lead the way.
 
Don’t you think it is hard for anybody to take this prophecy of yours serious?
 
Well, I am a pastor. I also stand in the office of a prophet. I have given numerous words from God to people that came to pass. I operate in the prophetic when God’s Grace is upon me. I do not conjure words. I believe in hearing from God before declaring as in the case of what transpired between me and Chief Okereke. He divinely directed to God’s revelational power in me.
 
I told our Church in 2015 that Buhari will win because the people desired him, the voice of the people that wanted him to rule was more, so God brought him in other to save Nigeria from civil war but the nation would grope into financial crisis that many would regret ever voting him.
 
I told them that Buhari winning the election is God’s plan to deliver the nation from civil war and it came to pass. I told them also that Donald Trump will win to save America from going deeper into sodomites state, it came to pass.
 
Let me add here that 2019 will not be about political party. It’s about who God had chosen, just like He has chosen him, Charles Okereke.
 
Can you stand by this latest prophecy?
 
I will not be surprised if I am criticized for the prophecy because every prophet sent by God was criticized and even attacked. Some went to jail for saying the mind of God, others were killed. So, if they could do that to our biblical prophets I should expect it too.
 
I am not a politician, I am not campaigning for anyone. I am not from Abia state, I don’t know the Chief Okereke in person; I have not met him before. He did not pay me for this, I don’t live in a big house. I don’t even own a car or a house. I live a low life in one of the poorest local governments in Lagos State, but one thing I know is that I hear from God and His words in my mouth are reliable. I have a strong relationship with the God of heaven who is still speaking today. If correct measures are not taken come 2019, I see men with military uniform taking over power because of the uproar that will emerge from some parts of the nation.
 
SOURCE: Daily Post [ http://dailypost.ng/2018/03/15/interview-2019-will-many-upsets-prophet-chima-livinus/ ]
 
*Photo Caption - Prophet Chima Livinus
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Emmanuel Ike reports ] - Business magnate and politician, Orji Uzor Kalu, has said he is in doubt that President Muhammadu Buhari will seek re-election in 2019. Kalu, who made this statement on Sunday while speaking with newsmen at the Murtala Mohammed Airport, Lagos, said the President’s health condition may deter him from contesting next year’s election.
 
Buhari, who has been battling an undisclosed ailment, had spent about 103 days in London, where he received treatment. Recently, he has held a series of meetings with the All Progressive Congress party chieftains, sparking speculations that the meetings may be related to his second term bid.
 
Kalu said, "Buhari is an honest man. If he is interested in running, he will tell Nigerians that he will run. We pray that his health gets better and that his doctors give him a clean bill of health.
 
"You know Buhari is also a man of conscience; if he feels his health will not allow him to seek re-election he will not go ahead, but if he feels he is capable of running, he will seek re-election.
 
"It is his decision, it his right, he is entitled to the second term," he said.
 
The former Abia governor also said he was confident that the national leader of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, will resolve all disputes from warring factions of the party.
 
"We need to thank Mr. President for his wisdom in giving the mandate to the national leader of APC the opportunity to reconcile members of the party.
 
"I am very excited that such a thing is happening. I am confident it will be a good beginning for my brother and friend, Tinubu to execute the reconciliation task very well.
 
"I am confident Tinubu will be blunt to settle feuding members of the APC."
 

*Photo Caption - Orji Kalu
 

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Federal Government has cautioned against the use of social media as a platform for spreading fear, hatred and violence. Information Minister Lai Mohammed said this in Abuja yesterday at the public presentation of the Policy Framework and National Action Plan for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism.
 
The minister, who noted that Boko Haram had been degraded, urged the media to deny extremist groups "the oxygen of publicity which they badly crave until we collectively dismantle Boko Haram extremist ideologies through constructive alternative narratives."
 
He urged all Nigerians to join hands with government to make the country a safer place to live by preventing and countering violent extremism through the use of the soft approach.
 
"Building resilience against violent extremism in our communities requires collective responsibility of all of us, including women and girls, families, faith-based organizations, civil society organizations, media and social media influencers, political leaders, the private sector, community leaders, artists and social mobilisers," he said.
 
Mohammed said the Federal Government was engaging in dialogue with different stakeholders in order to find possible and lasting solutions to the current herder-farmer conflicts.
 
The National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno, who presented the policy framework, said climate change, ethno-religious conflicts, herder-farmer clashes and bad politics combined to present imminent security challenges for all Nigerians.
 
The NSA said the Federal Government was taking steps to strengthen the law enforcement and security agencies in dealing with these threats to national security.
 
Monguno said government required research, community engagement, involvement of the civil society and all stakeholders to play key roles in building a peaceful and secure country.
 
*Photo Caption - Nigeria Presidential Seal

 
[ Masterweb Reports ] - AHEAD of 2019 elections, the designer of Nigeria Masterweb and Africa Masterweb, Chief Charles Okereke has declared interest in the governorship of Abia State with a promise to redeem the state from what he called "perennial bad governance." Okereke, who made the declaration in Umuahia, weekend, said reasonable Abia people are ashamed at the level of development the state has attained over the years. He lamented that all the industries, including Golden Guinea Breweries, Ulonna Farm Settlement and several other industries which Abia State was formerly famed for have been neglected and allowed to go moribund. He said: "We must not lose sight of the fact that Abia, God’s own State, has become........Read More
 
 
 
*Photo Caption - Chief Charles Okereke