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[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - Member, house of representatives, Hon. Dr. Tony Nwoye has emerged as the flagbear of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the November 18, governorship election in Anambra state.
Nwoye pulled 2,146 votes to beat his closet rival, Senator Andy Uba with 931 votes in a keenly contested exercise that lasted for nearly two days.
Announcing the results of the exercise, on Sunday in Awka, the Borno state governor, and the APC primary election committee chairman, Kashim Shettima, said a total number of 4,458 delegates from the 21 local governments in the state were accredited for the Congress/primary election.
He said out of the 4,333 votes cast, 4,302 were declared valid, while 31 votes were was returned invalid.
Other results as announced by Shettima included George Moghalu who scored 525 votes, Barth Nwibe,414 votes, Paul Chukwuma 110 votes, Johnbosco Onunkwo, 85 votes, Nonso Madu, 21 votes, Obinna Uzo, 17 votes, Donatus Okonkwo 10 votes and Kate Uchegbu, 1 vote.
Describing the exercise as peaceful and easiest, Shettima said such testimony was made possible because the party provided enabling playing field for all the aspirants.
He commended all who contributed in the success recorded at the exercise, including his team, APC leadership, party men, security agencies, INEC team and the Minister of Labour and employment and the party leader, Senator Chris Ngige, who he described as a true democrat.
Responding, the party governorship candidate, Tony Nwoye, said he felt elated winning the election, urging other aspirants to rally around him to ensure victory at the governorship election in November.
Two of the aspirants, Chike Obidigbo and Patrick Nwike, had earlier withdrawn from the race, even though they still pulled total votes of 22 and 20 respectively.
Anambra state governor, Chief Willie Obiano, had earlier in the month, secured the ticket of APGA to fly the party's flag, while Osita Chidoka and Godwin Ezeemo          secured the UPP and PPA tickets respectively.
*Photo Caption - APC logo

[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - The African Democratic Congress (ADC), Anambra State chapter, has elected Barrister Paul Obianaso as its candidate for the November 18 gubernatorial election.
The chairman, governorship primary committee of the party, Chief Anayo Arinze, who announced the results in Awka, yesterday, said the party’s flag bearer was elected in a voice vote cast by delegates of the party from all the 326 political wards in the state.
Arinze, however, disclosed that four other aspirants who had earlier indicated interest stepped down for Obianaso. He described the exercise as peaceful.
In his acceptance speech, Obianaso pledged his readiness to take over the Government House, saying the current administration has failed the people.
He assured that his administration would work to secure lives and property of the citizenry, as well as fight hunger in the state.

*Photo Caption - As seen.


[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - After returning on Saturday from his 103-day medical vacation in the United Kingdom, President Muhammadu Buhari resumed official duties Monday morning. He took off with a nationwide broadcast which was devoted mainly to harping on national unity which, according to Buhari, is settled and not negotiable.
"We shall not allow irresponsible elements to start trouble and when things get bad they run away and saddle others with the responsibility of bringing back order, if necessary with their blood. Every Nigerian has the right to live and pursue his business anywhere in Nigeria without let or hindrance. I believe the very vast majority of Nigerians share this view. This is not to deny that there are legitimate concerns. Every group has a grievance. But the beauty and attraction of a federation is that it allows different groups to air their grievances and work out a mode of co-existence.
"Terrorists and criminals must be fought and destroyed relentlessly so that the majority of us can live in peace and safety. Therefore we are going to reinforce and reinvigorate the fight not only against; elements of Boko Haram which are attempting a new series of attacks on soft targets; kidnappings, farmers versus herdsmen clashes; in addition to ethnic violence fuelled by political mischief makers. We shall tackle them all."
Buhari’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, described the broadcast as "just one step of many steps that are going to be taken in the days and weeks and months ahead. So, you can’t expect that everything will be said in one day."
Later in the day, Buhari, in compliance with Section 145 of the 1999 Constitution (as amended) signed a letter addressed to the president of the Senate, Abubakar Bukola Saraki and the speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, with a view to intimating the National Assembly that he had resumed his functions as the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria with effect from Monday. The brief ceremony was exclusively witnessed by some close aides as well as official cameramen and photographers of the president.
The president’s itinerary, which was sighted by our correspondent, showed that Buhari really planned big for the week. A twist was, nonetheless, introduced into his resumption as he was meant to operate from his official residence at the Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja pending the renovation of his office.
President Buhari rounded off his activities on Monday with a briefing he received from his deputy, Professor Yemi Osinbajo. The president had earlier received the governor of Nasarawa State, Umar Tanko Almakura.
The president’s sole programme for Tuesday was a meeting he held at his residence with members of the National Security Council (NSC) which lasted three hours in response to rising security issues in the country. While he was away in the UK, there were ethnic clashes, kidnappings, heightened campaign for a sovereign state of Biafra by IPOB and the October 1 deadline by a group of Arewa youths asking all Igbos to vacate the North.
Buhari handed down orders to the security chiefs, asking them to preserve Nigeria’s unity and end all threats to national security. In attendance were the Minister of Defence, Mansur Dan-Ali; the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno; the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai; the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Abubakar Sadique; the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris; the Director-General of the Department of State Security (DSS), Malam Lawal Daura, and a representative of the Chief of Naval Staff.
There was a surprise on Wednesday. President Buhari was scheduled to chair the weekly Federal Executive Council meeting, but the meeting did not hold. Vice President Yemi Osinbajo had consistently presided over the meetings for over three months during Buhari’s medical sojourn in London. There was no explanation from the Presidency on why the council meeting was put off. State House caterers had brought the cabinet members’ meals to the Council Chambers of the Villa before realising that the FEC meeting would not take place. Presidential spokesman, Adesina, merely said in a terse statement that "The meeting of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) will not hold today (Wednesday)."
The president later on Wednesday received the report of the presidential panel that investigated the allegations against the suspended Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Babachir Lawal and the Director-General of the National Intelligence Agency, Ayo Oke. He received the report at his official residence from Vice President Yemi Osinbajo who headed the panel comprising the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno (rtd) and the Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, as members.
President Buhari had on April 19 suspended Babachir and Oke and set up the three-man committee to investigate alleged infractions against both officials within a period of two weeks. Babachir was investigated for allegedly awarding millions of naira contracts to a company in which he had interest, Global Vision Limited, under the Presidential Initiative on the North East (PINE).
A Senate Committee on Humanitarian Crisis in the North-East, which had earlier found the suspended SGF culpable of alleged complicity in a N200 million grass-cutting contract to clear "invasive plant species" in Yobe State, had demanded his resignation and prosecution.
Oke was probed for alleged $43.4 million operations cash found by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission at apartment 7B in Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos. He had reportedly claimed that the money belonged to the NIA and was approved by former President Goodluck Jonathan for some covert operations. The panel was mandated to uncover the circumstances by which the NIA came into possession of the funds and find out how and by whose or which authority the funds were made available to the NIA as well as to establish whether or not there was a breach of the law or security procedure in obtaining custody and use of the funds.
The most senior permanent secretary in the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Dr Habibat Lawal and Oke’s senior deputy, Ambassador Arab Yadam, are currently acting as SGF and Director-General of the NIA respectively.
On Thursday, President Muhammadu Buhari signed nine international agreements aimed at strengthening his administration’s anti-corruption war as well as stabilising the economy and improving the security situation in the country. The signing ceremony for the execution of the Instruments of Ratification for International Agreements between the Federal Republic of Nigeria and other Entities was held at a conference room in the First Lady’s wing of the Presidential Villa.
The agreements signed with the United Arab Emirates were: Agreement on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters, Agreement on Mutual Legal Assistance in Civil and Commercial Matters, Agreement on the Transfer of Sentenced Persons and an Extradition Treaty.
Other agreements included Charter for the Lake Chad Basin between Nigeria, Cameroun, Central African Republic, Libya, Niger and the Republic of Chad; African Tax Administration Forum Agreement on Mutual Assistance in Tax Matters, the World Intellectual Property Organization Treaty on Audio-Visual Performances and the Marrakesh Treaty to facilitate access to published works for persons, who are blind, visually-impaired or otherwise.
The president directed all agencies of government with roles to play under the ratified treaties to play their anticipated roles in an effective and responsible manner in order to ensure that the country reaps the full benefits of the agreements. "It is my hope that these Instruments will reinvigorate the anti-corruption war and check the illicit flow of funds out of our country to other jurisdictions, improve national security, food security, boost our economic and tax regimes and improve the overall well-being of our creative community,’’ he said.
Buhari described the signing of the agreements as an important milestone in demonstrating the sovereign capacity of Nigeria to fulfill international obligations and take important steps for the benefit of the economy, security and the anti-corruption war.
Then on Friday, Buhari met with leaders of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP) for about one hour at the new Banquet Hall of the Aso Rock Presidential Villa. He said the visit signified the unity of Nigeria as "It is not a party occasion. It is not a political gathering. It is a symbol of our national unity. It is also an expression of the maturity of our democracy. Multi-party democracy is a very tried and tested form of government. Opposition does not mean hostility, enmity or antagonism. Democracy needs opposition, one which is vibrant but responsible."
President Muhammadu Buhari later joined other Muslim faithful in observing Juma’at at the State House mosque. Cameramen and photographers were, however, barred from covering the prayer session which the Presidency described as private. The president also on Friday met with state governors inside the Council Chambers of the Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja and told them that the show of love by Nigerians had boosted his morale.
As shown by his first five working days, President Buhari is settling back into work.

*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari

[ Masterweb Reports: Chijioke Jannah reports ] - The National Coalition of Niger Delta Ex-Agitators (NCNDE-A), has urged the Federal Government to ensure that those propagating hate speech in the country were arrested and brought to justice.
In a terse statement signed by the coalition’s National President, Eshanekpe Israel, he said the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, had flouted his bail conditions; and "to let him off the hook could set a bad precedent in the nation."
"Kanu should not be allowed to plunge the country into civil war," he said.
He said that the silence of human right activists on Kanu’s comments was becoming worrisome.
Israel also noted that though the President’s medical trip abroad elicited criticisms and negative comments from the opposition, his speech could not have been better delivered especially on hate speech.
He further called on human right activists and other well-meaning Nigerians to support the Buhari-led administration in its fight against corruption.
"The fight against corruption was critical to enable the administration succeed in delivering democratic dividends to the people," he said.
*Photo Caption - Nnamdi Kanu



[ Masterweb Reports: Saawua Terzungwe reports ] - Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie‎,on Tuesday picked his expression of interest and nomination forms to contest the November 18, 2017 governorship election in Anambra State.
Edochie stormed the national office of the Democratic Peoples Congress (DPC) with his supporters in Abuja, at about 3:57pm where he obtained his forms.
Addressing newsmen thereafter, the actor explained that he was in the race to rescue the future of the youths and people of the state through good governance.
He said that he would reduce the rate of poverty in the state through wealth ‎and job creation, provide infrastructure and develop other sectors of the state.
He noted that he was not deterred by the number of heavy weight contestants in the election, expressing optimism that he would gain support of the electorate and coast home to victory.
"Politicians have failed us‎. So I am in the race to touch the lives of Anambra people positively. The people are tired of stories," he said.
*Photo Caption - Yul Edochie
Editor's Note: Yul Edochie (born Yul Chibuike Daniel Edochie 7 January 1982)[4][5] is a Nigerian actor, named after popular Russian actor Yul Brynner.He is the son of Nigerian actor Pete Edochie. He was raised both in Lagos and Enugu. He is the last of 6 children. [ Wikipedia ]

[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - My dear citizens; I am very grateful to God and to all Nigerians for their prayers. I am pleased to be back on home soil among my brothers and sisters.
2. In the course of my stay in the United Kingdom, I have been kept in daily touch with events at home. Nigerians are robust and lively in discussing their affairs, but I was distressed to notice that some of the comments, especially in the social media have crossed our national red lines by daring to question our collective existence as a nation. This is a step too far.
3. In 2003 after I joined partisan politics, the late Chief Emeka Ojukwu came and stayed as my guest in my hometown Daura. Over two days we discussed in great depth till late into the night and analyzed the problems of Nigeria. We both came to the conclusion that the country must remain one and united.
4. Nigeria’s unity is settled and not negotiable. We shall not allow irresponsible elements to start trouble and when things get bad they run away and saddle others with the responsibility of bringing back order, if necessary with their blood.
5. Every Nigerian has the right to live and pursue his business anywhere in Nigeria without let or hindrance.
6. I believe the very vast majority of Nigerians share this view.
7. This is not to deny that there are legitimate concerns. Every group has a grievance. But the beauty and attraction of a federation is that it allows different groups to air their grievances and work out a mode of co-existence.
8. The National Assembly and the National Council of State are the legitimate and appropriate bodies for national discourse.
9. The national consensus is that, it is better to live together than to live apart.
10. Furthermore, I am charging the Security Agencies not to let the successes achieved in the last 18 months be a sign to relax.
11. Terrorists and criminals must be fought and destroyed relentlessly so that the majority of us can live in peace and safety.
12. Therefore we are going to reinforce and reinvigorate the fight not only against;
· elements of Boko Haram which are attempting a new series of attacks on soft targets
· kidnappings, farmers versus herdsmen clashes,
· in addition to ethnic violence fuelled by political mischief makers. We shall tackle them all.
13. Finally, dear Nigerians, our collective interest now is to eschew petty differences and come together to face common challenges of;
· economic security,
· political evolution and integration
· as well as lasting peace among all Nigerians.
14. I remain resolutely committed to ensuring that these goals are achieved and maintained. I am so glad to be home.
15. Thank you and may God bless our dear nation.
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari

[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - A former Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) and ex Minister of Aviation, Osita Chidoka yesterday emerged the flag-bearer of the United Progressives Party (UPP) for the November 18, gubernatorial election in Anambra State.
This is even as a delegate of the party reportedly died following a protest that erupted by aggrieved delegates over alleged exclusion of their names in the accredited primary list at the venue of the accreditation.
The deceased, Maduabuchi Uwakwe, who was said to be the chairman of one of the wards from Owerre Ezukala in Orumba South Local Government Area of the state, died of suffocation during the protect.
Daily Trust on Sunday gathered that police, in attempt to restore order in the already charged atmosphere, threw teargas at the accreditation arena, leading to the death of the delegate.
Announcing the results in Awka, the Chairman of the Congress Committee, Chief Ejike Uche, said Chidoka pulled 1,222 votes out of the 1,473 accredited delegates, while Chudi Ofodile scored 87 votes, and 19 votes declared invalid.

*Photo Caption - UPP logo


[ Masterweb Reports: Kayode Ekundayo reports ] - Another set of 136 Nigerians deported from Libya arrived Murtala International Airport yesterday, bringing the total number to 2,232 since March 2016.
The 138 Returnees landed via Airbus A320 with a breakdown of 106 female adults, three female children and eight male adults, 18 male children and three male infants who arrived MMIA at 6:07 pm yesterday.
The Director General of NEMA, Engr. Mustapha Maihajja who was represented by the Southwest Zonal Coordinator, Sulaiman Yakubu, said when receiving the returnees that the activities of the traffickers and their conspirators were becoming too embarrassing.

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[ Masterweb Reports: Linus Effiong reports ] - The Vice-Chancellor of the Abia State University (ABSU), Professor Uche Ikonne Wednesday announced that 15 out of 4,472 graduands bagged first class honours.
Ikonne disclosed this at the main campus of the university, Uturu, during the pre-25th convocation ceremony press briefing, saying, "Out of 4,472 graduating students, I announce to you that 15 bagged first class honours, 1,098 made second class upper division, 2,145 got second lower class, while 653 made third class.
"One other important feature of the ceremony will be the collection of degree certificates by the graduands at the ceremony."
Professor Ikonne said the ceremony would also feature the conferment of honorary doctorate degrees on Senator Bello Hayatu Gwarzo, among others, and that the pre-convocation lecture would be delivered by the Minister of State for Education, Professor Anthony Anwukah on the topic, Nigeria and the Dynamics of Global Education.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - Acting President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday assigned portfolios to the two new ministers inaugurated three weeks ago. Professor Stephen Ocheni (Kogi State) was named Minister of State for Labour and Employment; and Alhaji Suleiman Hassan (Gombe), Minister of State for Power, Works and Housing.
The ministry of power, works and housing now has two ministers of state as Mustapha Baba Shehuri, who has been minister since November 2015, retains his portfolio.
Ocheni and Hassan were confirmed by the Senate on May 3 and inaugurated into the cabinet on July 26.
Ocheni replaced the late James Ocholi; while Hassan replaced Amina Mohammed who resigned as Minister of Environment to become the United Nations Deputy Secretary-General.

*Photo Caption - A plate of rice.