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 [ Masterweb Reports: Press Release by Chuks Ibegbu ] – Some people have been going  about claiming Ndigbo have endorsed President  Goodluck Jonathan for a second term of office in 2015; (2) There is nothing like that. Individuals can do that but Ndigbo as a group have not taken such weighty decision; (3) For now, Ndigbo are waiting for Jonathan to address such issues as infrastructural deficiencies in Igboland and until he does that we cannot just endorse him. No responsible group can just trade their political destiny without proper negotiation. Aga akpa ya akpa; (4) Ndigbo are the only group that have the moral justification to vie for the Presidency in 2015 and if they are for any reason reviewing that stand then it must be done in a gathering of proper representation of Igbo stakeholders.

Chuks Ibegbu
World Igbo Leadership, Educational And Cultural Council (WILECC)

*Photo Caption – President  Goodluck Jonathan

 [ Masterweb Reports: Human Rights Campaign for Democracy (CD) reports ] – The campaign for Democracy (CD) has given President Goodluck Jonathan and his wife, Patience seven days to apologize over the current mess and crisis in Rivers State.
The statement was contained in two-page strong-worded statement issued by CD in Calabar, Cross Rivers State.

The statement was signed by Dede Uzor A. Uzor, Chairman, CD South-East and South-South Regions.

It said that the present show of shame in Rivers State would be unconnected to Gov. Rotimi Amaechi’s refusal to heed to the first lady’s call for Rivers State government not to demolish shanties in the Port Harcourt Water-Front area.

The statement said that again and lately, Gov. Amaechi might be hunted over his personal ambition to contest for the post of the vice-president under Gov. Sule Lamido’s presidential ambition in 2015.

``CD is warning Jonathan to desist from creating security and civil crisis in Rivers State; since the state is not the only state in the South-South geo-political region of the country.

``CD is unequivocally giving Mr President and his first lady seven-days to re-dress their steps and face the challenges of governance; which chief among them is the present security and economic challenges in the country.

``CD is also giving them seven days to apologize to the peace loving people of Rivers State as well as the entire nation for this act of lawlessness,’’ it said.

The statement said that if Mr President did not re-dress his steps and apologize; CD would see him as an anti-democratic president.

``Who does not believe in freedom of association and choice as stipulated by democratic tenants popularly known World over.

``CD is imploring international human rights organizations like Human Rights Watch; United Nations; International Criminal Court (ICC) and international democratic institutions to closely watch and monitor the presidential rascality going on in Rivers State with aim of bring him to justice after his tenure,’’ it warned.   

Human Rights Campaign for Democracy (CD) [ Email: ]

*Photo Caption – Map of Rivers State, Nigeria.

[ Masterweb Reports ] - It is recalled Sirs, that our organization wrote similar letter to you sometime in 2012 through our ADR Bureau, over the differences between two of you who were and are still great friends and pro-democracy and rule of law fighters. Sadly, that important letter for reconciliation failed to achieve its frontal aim. Nevertheless, we must commend your acknowledgement of the letter. Today, our advice, to the effect that alternative dispute resolution, not court is the best way to go about resolving your differences, has come to fruition. Having said this, it is commendable on part of two of you for resorting to court process instead of self-help form of seeking remedies or vengeance. It is now time for peace, forgiveness, harmonization & teamwork, which are also in line with the reported outcome of your reconciliatory meeting nursemaid(ed) by Their Lordships-the three Catholic Bishops. It is very important to inform you as pro-Igbo rights group that APGA is the only thing left after Ojukwu as an idol of Igbo Emancipation and Survival in Nigeria. Two of you must not be”Egu Jidesiri ike n’ nwata, mgbe olulu n’ okenye, ohachasia aka ya”. We profusely pray that you shelve your differences and ego and work like a team. There is no sin that cannot be forgiven. Sir Umeh as a Knight of the Church can attest to this. That is the reason why the Church made him........Read More
*Photo Caption - Emeka Umeagbalasi, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Intersociety, 41, Miss Elems Street, Fegge, Onitsha, Anambra State, Nigeria. 

 [ Masterweb Reports: David Dappa reports ] - Justice Aloma Mariam Mukhtar is the first woman to occupy the position of Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN) since the nation had its first indigenous Chief Justice in 1958. This unprecedented feat also makes her the 13th indigenous head of the judiciary.
Her appointment is coming at a time when President Goodluck Jonathan is ensuring affirmative action by giving women strategic positions and promoting the rule of law through the Transformation Agenda. The judiciary has not been left out in the transformation and it has introduced a breath of fresh air in this arm of government. It is also gradually establishing a new phase in the judicial history of the country.

Justice Mukhtar who is leading this new phase, has been described as a highly principled individual. She is known to have an aversion to acts inimical to due process in the course of justice delivery. The current reforms she is introducing in the judiciary to clean it up and improve the public perception of the institution, will undoubtedly, enhance the justice system. We are therefore pleading that Justice Mukhtar let her reforms extend to Rivers State.

Many well meaning individuals have expressed alarm at the state of the judiciary there.  They argue that there has been a systematic and continued abuse of the judicial process which is controlled by the executive. We appeal to the Chief Justice to reverse this and sanitize the system.

All law abiding citizens are praying that the integrity and principled stance in the dispensation of justice the CJN is championing will be seen in Rivers State. If Justice Mukhtar can sanitize the judicial system in Rivers State, her name will be written indelibly in the sands of time.

It is often said that the law court is the last hope of the common man. The people of the State are awaiting, hoping and praying for the success of your reforms.

David Dappa, a freelance journalist reports from Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria.

*Photo Caption - Justice Aloma Mariam Mukhtar

 [ Masterweb Reports ] - Congratulations on leading Anambra State to achieve Best Performing State in South-East Geopolitical zone in the 2012 Nigeria governors’ Immunization Leadership Challenge. Your commitment to eradicate polio and........ Read More
*Photo Caption - Bill Gates 

Photo Description:  Mr. Idowu Oguntade of Progressive Alliance Movement; represnting Egba Community in Milwaukee displays a placard welcoming Chief Olusegun Obasanjo (OBJ) to Milwaukee; Wisconsin; U.S.A.; during the ex-Nigerian president's visit of Milwaukee on June 12; 2013.; Mr. Oguntade is a prominent leader in both Egba and Nigerian communities in Milwaukee; he can be reached by phone at +1 4149218111 or by email at ........ Click to Read More & View Complete Photos of Egba Community Welcoming Obasanjo in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

[ Masterweb Reports ] - Some misguided Youths have recently been going about claiming to be the Youth Wing of Ohanaeze Ndigbo and using the hallowed name of Ohanaeze in different forms to put up Advertorials and unauthorized information in the media. They use such names as Ohanaeze Youth Congress, Ohanaeze Youth Forum Etc. Let it be known by all Nigerians that such claimants are fake and dubious and should be disregarded or reported to the security agencies for impersonation and misrepresentation. There is only one youth wing of Ohanaeze Ndigbo which operates from........ Read More
*Photo Caption - Ohanaeze Ndigbo logo 

 [ Masterweb Reports ] - My people, we all know that now is the time because what we have all tried to set up and to kick-start towards the emancipation of our people from the hell-trap called Nigeria was eventually done, but not as we had thought or planned. It was kicked off, nevertheless, towards the goal which has always been one: an Independent Biafra. I therefore call on all pro-Biafran organizations and individuals to align themselves with what Radio Biafra London and Bilie Human Rights Initiative are doing so that our speed may be boosted and our collective goal realized earlier than thought. Chukwu na eme eze and it is he who choses our front. If we, as individuals and Biafran groups, delay any longer in openly supporting and aligning ourselves and organizations with Radio Biafra London and Bilie Human Rights Initiative, we may only be revealing our inner worth, our deception and out hate towards Igbo freedom. We would have shown to the world that nothing ever mattered to us in this pursuit except whatever titles and positions we had thought to get and that we were never serious with our love for Biafra and our fight to make it come in our time. Nothing is as painful, shameful, degrading, depraved and demonic as loathing and leaving your cause for freedom and rights simply because another person, who obviously had a stronger and better argument on how to kick it off, decided to make the journey lighter and faster for all. For many who have been shouting for........ Read More
*Photo Caption - Map of Defunct Republic of Biafra 

 [ Masterweb Reports ] –  A day of tributes and colloquium for Late Prof. Chinua Achebe holds at his high school alma mater, Government College Umuahia, Abia State, Nigeria on Friday, May 17, 2013 at the school’s Assembly Hall (Auditorium). The event starts at 10.00 am and will feature lectures, speeches, film shows and other side attractions. There will also be the inauguration of  “Chinua Achebe Foundation For Peace” and “Hall of Fame”.
People from all works of life are expected at the event that precedes the national events in Enugu and Anambra States later in the month. Be part of the event; come one, come all.


Chuks Ibegbu
LOC Chairman
For Event Organizers – World Igbo Leadership, Education And Cultural Council,  WILEC in conjunction with World Igbo Youth Council (WIYC).

*Photo Caption - Late Prof. Chinua Achebe

 [ Masterweb Reports ] – The attention of the leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo has been drawn to media reports putting the death toll of the Monday, 18 March 2013 suicide-bomb attack at New Road Luxury Park, Sabon Gari, Kano, which killed scores and wounded many, at 37! And the statement credited to two persons, Mr. Boniface Ibekwe and Mr. Chi Nwogu said they spoke on behalf of “Igbo leaders,” in Kano.

First of all, Ohanaeze Ndigbo reinstates its statement disowning one Mr. Boniface Ibekwe and warning him to stop parading himself as Eze Ndigbo in Kano. In the same vein, his cohort, Mr. Chi Nwogu is never the President of Igbo Community Association in Kano. On this note, we urge discernable minds to disregard any comment or statement coming from this group of people because they are not the voice of the Igbos in Kano.

Information reaching Ohanaeze leadership is that this group of people, in connivance with some dubious characters at the New Road Luxury Park has been secretly meeting with representatives of Kano state Government, plotting on how to play down the number of those who lost their lives during that grievous attack.

At this point, it is pertinent to state that Ohanaeze leadership opened a register for relatives of victims of that incident to register their names and some of the people have been cooperating. Ohanaeze recalls that as at 29 March, the Chairman and Secretary of Association of Luxurious Bus Owners (ALBON), Kano branch demanded for a list from our secretariat in Kano; and 37 names were given to them, with a clear message that the list remained inconclusive.

For now, Ohanaeze Ndigbo secretariat in Kano has recorded about 53 names for the dead victims and over 60 wounded. It is also important to note that a lot of people who were not residing in Kano treated themselves and quietly left. There are also many dead bodies that could not be recorded, owing to the problem of proper identification, while so many people were declared missing by their relatives. Ohanaeze Ndigbo is also aware of many victims who decided to seek treatment at private hospitals.

However, if Mr. Boniface Ibekwe and his cohorts deem it fit to make a public statement in their capacity as Igbo sons, nothing would have stopped them from seeking for the information they do not have. If they had consulted Ohanaeze leadership for authentic information, it would be given to them in their capacity as a people who speak the Igbo language and may trace their roots towards the Igbo race. In this regard, Ohanaeze leadership registers its displeasure over the actions of some people who can cheaply offer themselves to be used by agents of the state to down-play such a huge loss of lives and property of our people which has widely received condemnation.

Ohanaeze leadership in Kano state without fear or contradiction states that Kano state government is bent at using a group of people among us to split the figures of the casualty recorded on the regrettable attack of 18 March, 2013; and Ohanaeze Ndigbo cannot fold its arms and watch this happen. And Ohanaeze Ndigbo’s stand on this matter is that we are still counting the dead, the wounded and the properties lost in that attack. Kano state Government should remain patient with us; at the appropriate time, we will release the final list.


Hon. Chief Tobias Michael Idika
President, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Kano State Chapter.
30th March, 2013

*Photo Caption – Ohanaeze Ndigbo logo