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[ Masterweb Reports ] - Contrary to some recent media reports, the Federal government has not adopted a take-it-or-leave-it approach in its negotiations with ASUU. Rather, the approach is focused on positive engagement and achieving sustainable solutions to the challenges facing higher education in the country. That is why President Goodluck Jonathan recently appealed to ASUU to respond to government’s positive steps by calling off its strike in the interest of suffering students and parents. *Click for Enlarged Photo of Pamphlet.
Despite this, for several days now, some elements in ASUU have been distributing pamphlets and flyers with abusive and inflammatory messages against the Coordinating Minister for the Economy and Minister of Finance, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala in mosques and other places. This is taking academic unionism to a new low and infusing it with unnecessary politics. I am sure majority of ASUU members are not in support of this.
These messages are directed at using falsehood to demonize the Minister as callous and unsympathetic to the plight of students and parents. The major lie being peddled in the pamphlets and flyers is that Dr Okonjo-Iweala has insisted on a “take-it-or-leave-it approach” in the negotiations with ASUU. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Dr Okonjo-Iweala is the daughter of two retired professors and her father is presently a member of ASUU’s Board of Trustees and has been one for a long time. She speaks with her father everyday on the issue so how can be insensitive to issues concerning the sad state of tertiary education in the country? She understands and sympathizes with the plight of both students and lecturers. She wants our children back in school as soon as possible. Remember she is a mother and two of her young relatives are sitting at home due to the strike.
This is why government is working hard, under the leadership of the President, to seek practical and sustainable solutions to the challenges facing higher education in Nigeria. The President has made available N100 billion a year in the first instance to repair hostels, laboratories and classrooms and other facilities. An offer has also been made to ASUU of N30 billion towards their earned allowances. In fact, negotiations have even gone further than this. This is the first time, in years of negotiating with government, that significant sums of money have been put on the table for ASUU and universities on this particular set of issues. The Coordinating Minister is fully part of this.
Against this background, ASUU elements who want the strike to continue should have a heart and rethink their current take-it-or-leave-it approach to negotiation. Government has demonstrated its commitment to improving the university system. And it is even ready to do much more going forward. ASUU should listen to the voice of reason and the yearnings of Nigerians on this issue.
Paul C Nwabuikwu
Special Adviser to the Coordinating Minister and Minister of Finance
*Photo Caption - Pamphlet being distributed in some mosques in the northern part of the country.  *Click for Enlarged Photo of Pamphlet.

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release ] –My fellow PDPians; On behalf of our chairman, Dr. Harold Molokwu and members of PDPUSA, I wish to bring to your attention the recent death of Chief Solomon Lar in the United States of America after a protracted illness.
Chief Lar was former governor of Plateau State and foundation chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Dr. Harold Molokwu expressed shock over the demise of our former national chairman whom he described as "a true elder statesman and his death a national loss".
Please, join me and the PDPUSA in extending your condolences to the bereaved family, Peoples Democratic Party and the citizens of Plateau State. May his soul rest in peace and may God continue to be with his family and grant them His mercy and the fortitude to bear the loss.
Hon. Patrick G. Utin, jr
National Publicity Secretary
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release by Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze  ] –The Alhaji Abubakar Kawu Baraje-led faction of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has noted the ruling by a Lagos High Court presided over by Justice Oludotun Adefope-Okojie, who today threw out the suit we instituted against the illegal party regime of Alhaji Bamanga Tukur and his National Working Committee (NWC).

We wish to assure our teeming members and Nigerians in general that there is no cause to worry. This is because the ruling has nothing to do with the merit of the case but the place of filing. As advised by His Lordship, we shall hasten to re-file the suit, this time in Abuja, as we are convinced about the merit of our case. Our determination to sack the usurper, Alhaji Tukur, and rescue our great party from his misrule has never been stronger.

Finally, we urge all our supporters and members not to despair or exercise any atom of fear and should continue to support the leadership of our great party under the able leadership of Alh Abubakar kawu Baraje as we are getting closer to freeing our party from the enclave of undemocratic elements currently holding us to ransom and doing everything within their powers to ruin all that our founding fathers struggled to build.
With today’s court ruling, we are now very determined to restore PDP to the path of honour particularly now that we have lost our great first National Chairman, Dr Solomon Lar to the cold hands of death. Let us reiterate that nothing and we repeat nothing will stop us from implementing the visions of both Dr Solomon Lar and all the founding fathers of our great party to the letter and keeping all undemocratic elements at bar from leadership of our great party.
Long live PDP!
Long live Nigeria!!!
Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze
National Publicity Secretary, New PDP
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 [ Press Release - For Immediate Release ] - On January 12, 1970 at the tender age of 14 as Charles O. Okereke witnessed the end of Nigeria’s historic civil war, enduring firsthand, the horrors of armed conflict as a child, he composed the hymn friends refer to as ‘Cry of A Biafran Child’. The essence of the sale/distribution of this song is not for any political ideology or agenda, but to identify with the history, will and determination of the people on both sides of that historic war, who symbolized a struggle and whose sacrifice, established either positively or negatively what is the present day Nigeria. In the same vein, this launching aims to celebrate the rich values of freedom, liberty and justice which the founding fathers of the great Nation - United States of America have handed down to its citizens, through the struggles of many iconic men and women who have contributed to the civil, political, ideological and social evolution of America. Okereke says he will never forget January 12, 1970, the day the Nigerian civil war ended, because........ Read More & Download / Purchase Song(s).
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 [ Masterweb Reports: Press Release ] –  (Public Information, 26th of September, 2013)-In our earlier Public Information today, we had called upon the Government of Anambra State to come to the aid of the surviving members of the Ezebula family, who lost four of its members in the July 29, 2013 deadly bomb blasts by Boko Haram insurgents in Sabon Gari, Kano State. We also demanded the mandatory presence of the Government of Anambra State at the interment of the four family members who were interred today in Uga Community of Aguata LGA of Anambra State, Southeast Nigeria. The aid we requested for included cash support, automatic employment for the wife of the late head of the family and offer of scholarship to the family’s two surviving children.
We are happy to inform that the Government of Anambra State led by Mr. Peter Obi not only attended the funeral today but also offered Mrs. Loveth Ezebula, mother of the three murdered kids a check of N1Million to enable cushion the effects of relocating from her Kano base to Anambra State. She was also offered automatic employment as an NCE holder subject to verification of her academic papers. Her two surviving children, Chukwuebuka and Anurika were offered scholarship to university level. While Chukwuebuka seeks an admission into the university, Anurika is an SS2 student of a private secondary school in their community.

We commend Governor Peter Obi and key members of his cabinet including Professor Stella Chinyere Okunna (commissioner for budget & economic planning) and Dr. Mrs. Uju Okeke (commissioner for education) for heeding our earlier calls and joining the family in mourning the tragic death of its loved ones.


1. Emeka Umeagbalasi, Chairman of the Board
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2. Comrade Justus Ijeoma, Head, Publicity Desk

*Photo Caption – Governor Peter Obi

 [ Masterweb Reports: Press Release ] –  (Public Information, Onitsha Nigeria, 26th of September, 2013)-On 10th of August, 2013, the leadership of International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law raised an alarm over fears that the Chairman of Ohanaeze Ndigbo in Kano State, Northwest Nigeria, Mr. Tobias Idika, might be killed by a death squad believed to have been hired by the host State Government. Mr. Idika cried out in a letter to the Inspector General of Police. The death threat was as a result of refusal of his leadership to mangle the figures of those killed in the July 29, 2013 deadly bomb attacks targeted at the Nigerian citizens of the Southeast extraction resident in Sabon Gari area of Kano State. Fifty Nigerian citizens mostly of Southeast Igbo extraction died in the deadly blasts. In the earlier blasts that shook the entire Sabon Gari area of Kano State on March 18, 2013, targeted at the New Road Luxury Bus Park, 2013, close to 185 Nigerian citizens mostly of Igbo Southeast Nigerians were massacred. The Kano State Government and its security agencies mangled and brought down the respective figures to 12 and 22.
Among those that were killed in the July 29, 2013 deadly attacks at New Road and Enugu/Igbo Road, Sabon Gari, were four members of Ezebula family in Umeze village, Uga Community in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State, Southeast Nigeria. They are Chinemerem Kingsley Ezebula(male), 14 year, Chiamaka Constance Ezebula(female), 12 years, Nmesoma Peace Ezebula(female),10 years, and their father, Mr. John Nnamdi Ezebula, 48 years who died from injuries and shocks arising from the deadly bomb attacks. He died on September 23, 2013 in a hospital.

The news of their interment fixed for 26th of September, 2013 in Uga Community of Anambra State is received by us at Intersociety and millions of other concerned Nigerians with grief and shock. Till date, the whereabouts of other 47 dead citizens from the deadly blasts have not been publicly disclosed by the Federal Government or the Government of Kano State likewise about 185 citizens that were killed in the March 18, 2013 deadly bombings in the same Sabon Gari area of Kano State, Northwest Nigeria. It is possible that the Uga Community in Kano State must have passed through hell before securing the release of the remains of the EZEBULA FOUR from the Government of Kano State and agencies under its control. Bribing before securing their release under disguised names is also not ruled out especially as it concerns police involvement. This has become a common place in Nigeria with respect to fatal accidents, private crimes and socio-religious crimes’ victims.

Before their tragic death, the EZEBULA FOUR lived in Kano State. The late head of the family, Mr. John Ezebula(48) was a businessman, his wife and mother of the three murdered children; Mrs. Loveth Ezebula is unemployed but holds National Certificate in Education(NCE). Their two surviving children are Chukwuebuka Ezebula(male), 18 years and Anurika Ezebula(female), 16 years. While Chukwuebuka is a university admission seeker, Anurika is an SS2 student at a private secondary school located in their home town, Uga Community. Their three murdered siblings were in junior secondary schools before their tragic death.

The interest shown so far by the Government of Anambra State in the tragic incident is commendable. The mandatory attendance of their funeral on the fixed date by the Government of Anambra State will not only console the aggrieved family and the entire Uga Community, but it will further counter-balance the possible opinion holds by the affected family that government exists not to protect the lives and ensure the welfare of the citizens, but to kill and bury in mass graves of its citizens using socio-religious insurgency methodologies. To ameliorate the material effects of the tragic incident, the Peter Obi led Government of Anambra State should come to the aid of the family by offering an automatic employment to the mother of the murdered and surviving children of the Ezebula nuclear family, Mrs. Loveth Ezebula. Their surviving children, Chukwuebuka and Anurika should be offered a scholarship to university level. Cash envelopes should also be offered to the family to cushion the immediate effects of funeral rites and daily bread. A public school in the Community should be named after the family’s name and such school made to benefit from the State Government programs for public schools in the State.

The Uga Community should erect a joint statue in honor of the EZEBULA FOUR to be located at a conspicuous Community’s joint so as to keep the tragic memory fresh and unforgettable.

Finally, we wish to restate our earlier position that the present Government of Kano State under one Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso should be held responsible for the massacre of mostly Igbo-Nigerians in the State under the guise of socio-religious and political violent groups labeled “Boko Haram”. When over 30,000 Igbo-Nigerians were butchered in the State in 1966 by similar killer squads, his forefathers in power then never did anything to quench the pogrom. This led to the civil war of 1967 to 1970. This time around, he has repeated several times what his forefathers did and even went steps further to encourage the mangling and suppression of casualty figures as well as facilitating their burials in most disrespectful and un-African ways such as mass grave burials as if they are victims of earthquakes. Like we said before, the Kano killings are within the jurisdictional competence of the International Criminal Court, therefore, it must act now!

The Federal Government of Nigeria must acknowledge these killings and become apologetic and actionable at all times. Borrowing from USA, Canada, Australia, Belgium, South Africa, etc, there must be established for Nigeria National Sorry Day & Compensations of Victims of Political & Ethno-religious Crimes Schemes. This is to appease the souls and rehabilitate the families of such victims and dissuade their souls from haunting Nigeria and her socio-economic development.  Firm political will is also paramount.  Sorry-apologies have been offered to peoples and races, whose innocent members were massacred in droves in the years back with firm promises of never to repeat such carnages, pogroms, ethnic cleansings and genocides visited on such innocent peoples by their oppressors.


1. Emeka Umeagbalasi, Chairman of the Board
08033601078, 08180103912,

2. Comrade Justus Ijeoma, Head, Publicity Desk

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 [ Masterweb Reports ] – The Anglican Bishop of Amichi, Most Rev. Ephraim Ikeakor, a man without cant, describes Dr. Chris Ngige, Dr. Ifeanyi Ubah, Daddy Vincent Unachukwu, Chuba Obi, Chuzzy Anagwu, Ikenna Ellis Ezenekwe, Odenigbo Chidi Anyaeche, Okelo Madukaife, Socrates Ebo, Igboeli Arinze, , Charles Mottoh, Chiddy Ozumba, Charles Amilo, Ben Chuks Nwosu,  Okenwa Nwosu as blatant liars. 
Though he did not call names, but he spoke in general terms of those who, in spite of  the monumental work of the Governor, still say he is not performing.

The bishop said Gov. Obi had done very well and that only those possessed by the devil will say anything to the contrary. 

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*Photo Caption – Governor Peter Obi

 [ Masterweb Reports: Press Release ] – The attention of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the good of Anambra State have been drawn to the purported rumor currently circulating across the state that a Federal High court in Port-Harcourt declared Senator Andy Uba as the new PDP Candidate of the Peoples democratic Party in the forthcoming Gubernatorial election in Anambra State.
Let us get the facts right, Senator Andy Uba has been suspended by the National Working Committee of the PDP and a High court in Abuja upheld the Suspension of Senator Andy Uba, Chris Uba, Ejike Oguebego and three others on the ground that these individuals defrauded the Party by printing fake delegate cards which they used to organize an illegal congress in Anambra on the 24th of August, 2013. While the Leadership of the party affirmed that the purported congress which they claimed to have organized remains ILLEGAL, NULL AND VOID…See details on

Therefore, It will be unfortunate for Andy Uba who is and remains suspended from PDP to champion media sympathy as he is prone to over these years to garner artificial support on the pages of newspapers and the online media with an intention of misinforming the good people of Anambra State.

Let us get the facts right again. Last month, Senator Andy Uba approached a Federal High Court in Port- Harcourt, praying the court to declare him as the PDP Candidate of Anambra state and exactly Seven days ago, the same court vacated its order which it has earlier given compelling INEC and the PDP to recognize Andy Uba as the candidate of the Party in Anambra state. The Court threw Andy Uba’s plea to the gutters and asked him to go and work with Comrade Tony Nwoye who was the authentic Candidate that emerged at the Congress organized by the National Working Committee of the PDP.

Senator Uba in his usual desperate moves asked to be joined in a suit by Ejike Oguebego obtained at a Federal High Court in Port-Harcourt where he filed a motion asking the Court to recognize him Ejike Oguebego as the PDP Chairman of Anambra State against Ken Emekayi. The Matter before the court was for THE RECOGNITION OF THE CHAIRMAN OF THE PARTY IN THE STATE AND NOT THE CANDIDATE OF THE PARTY AS A FEDERAL HIGH COURT IN ABUJA HAD ALREADY AFFIRMED COMRADE TONY NWOYE AS THE CANDIDATE OF THE PARTY IN ANAMBRA STATE.

In its judgment today, the court asked Ken Emekayi to maintain a Status quo while recognizing Ejike Oguebego as the Chairman of the Party in Anambra State. In a deliberate action, Senator Andy Uba and his followers started raising false reports and rumors that they have been declared the Candidate of the party in the state. Which Court gave them such rulings?

WE MUST GET IT RIGHT. Be not deceived; let us have a look at the Guidelines in Nigerian Electoral Act.

Electoral Act 2010(As Amended 29th December 2010) stipulates as follows:

Nomination of Candidates by parties

Section 87 sub-section 1 stipulates that a political Party seeking to nominate a candidate for election under the act shall hold primaries for aspirants in all elective positions

Sub section 2 stipulates that for the nomination of candidates by political parties for the various elective positions shall be by direct or indirect primaries

In the case of Anambra State, the National Working Committee of the party adopted Indirect Primary

The electoral Act went on to stipulate in Section 87 sub-section 4 that for indirect Primary, a political party that adopts Indirect Primary for the choice of its candidate shall adopt the procedures outlined below

(b) In the case of nominations for the position of Governorship candidate political party shall, where they intend to sponsor candidates,

(i)                 Hold special congress in each of the Local Government Area of the state with delegates voting for each of the aspirant at the congress to be held at designated centers on specific dates

(ii)               The aspirant with the highest number of votes at the end of the voting at the Governorship primary shall be declared the winner of the primaries of the party and the aspirant name shall be forwarded to the commission as the candidate of the party for the particular state.

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the National Working Committee (NWC), followed all these steps before, during and after the Congress, complied with the above sections of our country’s Electoral Act and eventually submitted the name of Comrade Tony Nwoye, the eventual winner of the Congress to INEC as stipulated by the Electoral act.

WE MUST GET THE FACTS STRAIGHT. There was no where it was written in the PDP Constitution that it is the prerogative of the State Chairman to organize a Governorship Primary as Senator Andy Uba, Chris Uba and their likes in their deceitful and jingoist nature are busy dispensing to the public in such a deceitful manner.


The Court ruling of today was for the recognition of Ejike Oguebego and not Andy Uba.


Hon. Pharm ikeagwuonwu Chinedu Klinsmann
Mazi Orjika

Comrade Ikechukwu Emeka Onyia

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