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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release by Ms Media PR  ] – Keturah Hamilton's statement: In today's world and society where bloggers, reporters will blog and report any tainted gossip to gain recognition or try to make oneself relevant. There is a difference between journalism and junk. Emma Agu is crossing the line once again, and is allegedly known for attacking others. Mr. Agu has launched an attack on Keturah Hamilton and Jim Iyke. Mr. Agu has fabricated stories on both parties, and has been terrorizing Miss Hamilton via email and text messages. This behavior is the behavior of a bully.
Hamilton has filed a report with the Mount Vernon police department for aggravated harassment and stalking. Keturah and Jim Iyke retained the legal services of Delroy Murray and Associates, where by Mr. Agu was served a warning to Cease and Desist any attack via social media and otherwise. Defamation of character is a serious offense.
This type of behavior from any individuals must cease to exist, as this can destroy another human being and ruin the individual’s reputation. There are more pressing matters that we are facing globally today to worry about destroying the lives of others. ''If health is lost, something is lost, if wealth is lost, nothing is lost, If reputation is lost, all is lost.”
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] – Dear Editor; Please I appreciate your good to our nation. I wish to appeal for this publication in your online magazine (Nigeriamasterweb). Am a regular reader.
I, Chaplain Nwonu Cornelius, the National President Ebonyi Eminent Youths Association, on behalf of our associationwish to condemn the abduction of Chibok School Girls by the Boko Haram insurgents in Chibok, Borno State, Nigeria. We congratulate President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and his government in their peaceful approach in tackling the issue of Boko Haram insurgency and acceptance of foreign help in curbing this unfortunate tragedy in our nation.
Boko Haram terror is devilish and inhuman in a nation like ours that has done so much in settling peace in other nations of Africa and the world at large. The abduction by the terror Islamic group is child abuse and a big slap to the world. We therefore call with urgency for all security agencies, both private and public, and individuals to join hands in the war against Boko Haram as the President alone cannot handle it. All political differences should be put aside to enable us win this battle.
We urge all Nigerians, especially the youths to be careful and very observant of their surroundings. Ebonyi State youths have long engaged in the art of farming and that has empowered lots of them that are graduates today. We implore the federal government to please embark on the Youth Skill Empowerment programme by establishing Skill Acquisition Centres in all the local governments in the country and also grant loan to youths who want to be farmers. By so doing, kidnapping and killings will eventually stop in our nation.
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*Photo Caption – Abducted Chibok School Girls in a video released by Boko Haram.

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Fellow Pro-life American; To claim a right to 'decide' whether or not some individual, or class of individuals, should be protected equally under our laws, is to deny the unalienable, God-given nature of our rights, the basis for the American claim to liberty, the cornerstone for the rule of law, the very raison d'etre of human government, according to our founders: 

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men..."  

A return to these principles, first and foremost by those who call themselves Christians, is the only hope for our country. 

As the great Frederick Douglass said in 1852: 

“I have said that the Declaration of Independence is the ring-bolt to the chain of your nation’s destiny; so, indeed, I regard it. The principles contained in that instrument are saving principles. Stand by those principles, be true to them on all occasions, in all places, against all foes, and at whatever cost.” 

In 1858, in a speech delivered one week before the start of his famous debates with Steven A. Douglas, Abraham Lincoln said: 

"Now, my countrymen, if you have been taught doctrines conflicting with the great landmarks of the Declaration of Independence; if you have listened to suggestions which would take away from its grandeur and mutilate the fair symmetry of its proportions; if you have been inclined to believe that all men are not created equal in those inalienable rights enumerated by our chart of liberty, let me entreat you to come back. Return to the fountain whose waters spring close by the blood of the Revolution. Think nothing of me — take no thought for the political fate of any man whomsoever — but come back to the truths that are in the Declaration of Independence. You may do anything with me you choose, if you will but heed these sacred principles. You may not only defeat me for the Senate, but you may take me and put me to death. While pretending no indifference to earthly honors, I do claim to be actuated in this contest by something higher than an anxiety for office. I charge you to drop every paltry and insignificant thought for any man's success. It is nothing; I am nothing; Judge Douglas is nothing. But do not destroy that immortal emblem of Humanity — the Declaration of American Independence." (Lewiston, Illinois, August 17, 1858) 

This is my heartfelt message as well, to my fellow Iowans, and to all of America: Come back to the principles of the Declaration. Stop compromising them for any party or politician. Do it before it is too late. 

For Iowa, for America, for our Posterity, 

Tom Hoefling 
2014 Candidate for Iowa Governor 

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[ Masterweb Reports ] – The Abia State Governor, Chief Theodore Orji, has sympathized with the families of victims of the recent bomb blasts, which claimed over forty lives.

In a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Charles Ajunwa, Governor Orji who is the Chairman of South East Governors' Forum, also commiserated with Plateau State Governor and Chairman Nigeria Governors' Forum, Mr. David Jang and the entire people of Plateau State, over the bomb blasts which claimed innocent lives.
Governor Orji who described the killings as barbaric and wicked, tasked the security agencies to do everything possible to apprehend the culprits and bring them to justice.
The governor who condemned the recent killings in Jos, implored all stakeholders to support the state and federal governments in their quests to contain the rising incidences of violent crimes around the country.
He also called on religious leaders to teach their followers the doctrines of peace and love prophessed by the major religions- Christianity and Islam, which preached against the shedding of innocent blood.

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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] – MultiChoice, Nigeria’s leading provider of premium pay-TV entertainment, has made good its promise to continue to dialogue with its customers in order to serve them better. The company hosted DStv subscribers residing in Ikorodu axis of Lagos State to a forum in Ikorodu on Saturday, May 17. Hundreds of DStv subscribers who attended the forum lauded MultiChoice for the initiative; they also requested that such engagements be sustained.
Caroline Oghuma, Public Relations Manager, DStv, while welcoming customers to the forum, stated that the objective of the forum is to thank subscribers for their loyalty and listen to their suggestions, advice and complaints, which provide constructive feedback necessary for MultiChoice’s effective operation. She said MultiChoice is an innovation-driven organisation that continues to add value to its subscribers from time to time.
“This forum is coming close to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil , which starts on June 12. We want to use this opportunity to tell our subscribers that you will not miss any of the games, as all subscribers, from the DStv Access bouquet to Premium will have unrestrained access to all the World Cup matches live. This is in addition to the other premium content that we offer on DStv,” she added.
Mr. Matthew Okoduwa, Assistant Director, Monitoring and Enforcement, National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), commended MultiChoice for the customer forum initiative, describing it as an important mechanism in customer relations. He said it is the duty of NBC to regulate the broadcast industry in Nigeria and monitor all the channels on direct-to-home (DTH) and terrestrial televisions. He added that customers have the right to complain over what is served to them but also urged them to give credit where it is due. He further added that subscribers’ feedback help the regulator to effectively monitor the industry as well as enforce regulations.
MultiChoice executives at the forum, which include Mrs Chioma Afe, Marketing Manager, DStv; Lanre Oluwole, Operation Manager; Mr Faud Kadiku, Regional Operation Manager, as well as Mr Taiwo Oshikoya, MultiChoice Superdealer/CEO, Corsican Brothers, proffered answers to questions from subscribers. They also promised to give feedback from the forum to the Management of MultiChoice.
Highlights of the forum include a presentation on the new DStv Explora, showcasing its features and benefits including unlimited space for high definition recording of up to 220 hours, DStv Catch-Up, and Box Office offering, among others.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] – 1. We condemn in totality the recent abduction of about 200 secondary school students in Chibok Borno state by the Boko Haram sect. That is an act of aggression not just against the concerned girls, but the entirety of the Nigerian youth.

2. We salute the courage and mature approach of the federal government in seeking the release of the abducted girls, while thanking the international community for the universal condemnation of the heinous crime, outpour of solidarity and concerted efforts aimed at letting our sisters breathe an air of freedom.

3. We also call on the Nigerian Government to nip in the bud, the menace of Fulani Herdsmen militia, who are ravaging different parts of the country as,not just as herdsmen but as a well organized and well funded armed band whose menace, unlike Boko Haram is felt in all the 6 geo-political zones of Nigeria. Destroying farm land and slaughtering the agrarian populace.

4. The Nigerian Government should provide adequate security to ensure the return of the displaced farmers during this farming season or be ready to face food insecurity and its adverse political cum security implications.

5. We commend the youths of Ugwogo-Nike, Enugu State for their vigilance in dislodging a camp of Fulani militia in their community. Ndigbo and other Nigerians should emulate them in being more security conscious.

6. We request that the Nigerian Immigration authorities should curb the incursion of illegal immigrants whose presence in Nigeria so close to next year’s election is undoutedly a threat to national security.

7.  Finally,we join the Oputa family of Oguta in mourning the passage of their father and judicial Icon Hon. Justice Chukwudifu Akunne Oputa. They should know that the loss of the man known as the “Socrates” of Nigerian Judiciary has dealt a big blow to the Igbo nation, as he represents a jewel of the golden era of the Igbo renaissance.


Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            National/Worldwide Youth Leader, Ohaneze Youth Wing.

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[ Masterweb Reports: Rufus Kayode Oteniya writes President Jonathan ] - Dear Mr. Jonathan; With a troubled spirit, a bleeding soul and a broken heart I write you this letter. I pray that you receive the message with an open mind and with little regard to the messenger.

My spirit is troubled by the unprecedented level of insecurity in our fatherland where preventable wanton loss of precious lives in droves is clearly becoming a norm. No one feels safe anymore since we cannot be sure of when, where and how the terrorists will strike next. A nation once the pride of her citizens is fast drifting to a pariah state.

My soul bleeds for the victims of the Monday, 14 April 2014 Nyanya motor park bombings; for the over 70 hardworking Nigerians who met their shocking and untimely death while going out so early in the day in search of their daily bread and the numerous who were wounded, maimed and rendered disabled possibly for the rest of their lives. This barbaric act is highly condemnable and shouldn’t have happened. My heart goes out to the families who have lost loved ones and to those who survived but who would have to live with this trauma. My God grant them the fortitude to bear the loss and the strength to carry on. To those who have been widowed and orphaned, may God Almighty be your Helper.

Also my heart still breaks with an overwhelming sorrow and grief over the hundreds of female teenage students abducted from Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State on Tuesday, 15 April 2014, just a day after the Abuja blast. The whereabouts of these lasses largely remains a mystery. A Yoruba adage says that ‘omo ku san ju omo s’onu’ meaning that a dead child is better than a missing child. When a child dies, a parent is agonised but this heals with time but when a child misses, the agony increases with time until the child is found. And where the child is not found, the parents and the family never know peace. The thought of not knowing what is happening to the lost ones can kill. I pray that the schoolgirls are found and reunited with their families in no time.

Mr Jonathan, on 29 May 2011, you were sworn in as the president of Nigeria for a new four-year term after completing the term of your predecessor, late President Umar Yar’Adua and after having ‘won’ the April 2011 presidential  poll. You then took a solemn vow to serve the people of Nigeria and uphold her constitution by declaring at a ceremony at Eagle Square, Abuja that:

“I, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan do solemnly swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to the Federal Republic of Nigeria; that as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, I will discharge my duties to the best of my ability, faithfully and in accordance with the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the law, and always in the interest of the sovereignty, integrity, solidarity, well-being and prosperity of the Federal Republic of Nigeria............and that I will devote myself to the service and well-being of the people of Nigeria. So help me God.

You made the above declaration in an oath administered by Chief Justice Aloysius Katsina-Alu, the then CJN while holding the Holy Bible in a ceremony that had a live coverage on our national television (NTA) meaning that you swore before God and man to protect Nigeria and Nigerians.

Leaders are remembered for what they do or what they fail to do. While you have pledged under oath to discharge your duties to the best of your ability, only you can ascertain if your best ability (or not) is being applied to the services you are rendering to nation but if we should assume that you are putting in your best, then we have more than enough reasons to show concerns and frustrations with your best. This best, at best seems not  to be the best for Nigeria. To say it's inadequate is an understatement.

In all fairness to you, most of the problems in Nigeria today did not start during your regime; many of them have been around - though at much smaller scale - for as long as we can remember.

You came on board when, more than ever, Nigeria needed a very focused, pragmatic and visionary leader. We believed you as you often stated in your electioneering campaigns that you had been around the corridors of power long enough to understand our national problems and you campaigned on the ground of solving the problems.

Truly, when the 16 April 2011 poll was held, you were no longer a neophyte in Nigerian politics. You had been around for almost 12 years. You had already served 8 years in your state, Bayelsa; first as the deputy governor from 29 May 1999 – 8 December 2005, a period of more than 6 years 6 months and then as the governor from 9 December 2005 – 28 May 2007, a little less than 1 year 6 months. You had also served at the federal level for almost 4 years; first as the vice president from 29 May 2007 – 8 February 2010, then as the acting president from 9 February 2010 – 5 May 2010 and finally as president from 6 May 2010.

It is not foolish not to think somebody like you who had served at some of the highest levels of public service would have no clues about the enormity of the responsibility of the office you were seeking to continue to occupy and the problems ahead.

Following the circumstances under which you initially became the president and having completed a lacklustre 4 year term of your late former boss whose poor health, political naivety and his close gang of cabals caused him not to achieve even a point of his now infamous and dead 7 point agenda, the least Nigerians would have expected is a leader who would roll up his slips and get to work immediately after he had got a new four year term especially without the overbearing effects and efforts of the political godfathers.

Your 'election' had caused internal division within your party, PDP having ditched the gentleman agreement of the party to rotate the presidency among the 6 geopolitical zones. Your denial of the agreement to which you were alleged to be a signatory had done more harm than good for the credibility of your government. This has left a region of the country disgruntled because they believed that the second term that death had robbed Yar'adua should have been occupied by someone from their region.

Political wisdom demands your administration to set in motion a reconciliatory process to appease these zones and unite the nation; rather you have chosen the path of complacency and indifference.

To whom much is given, much is expected. Nigerians have given you not much but too much and considering your pedigree and our nature of being easily contended, not so much is even expected from you, just a little will suffice but what do we get? Almost nothing!

You stormed us like a tornado with your shoeless story; promised all, got all, gave none!

When the cabal denied you the occupation of the office of the acting president following the disappearance of Yar'Adua to faraway Saudi Arabia, we all turned out on the streets in an unparalleled manner to demand that which the Nigerian constitution guaranteed to you without any visible and meaningful contribution from you. 

Without any record of performance other than projection by good luck, Nigerians gave you a benefit of doubt thinking your good luck might at least rob on the nation. What do we have in return?

Thanks To You
Before your government, there was corruption but thanks to you; it has now been taken to another level never seen here before.

Before your government, corrupt people were stealing millions and a few billions but thanks to you; they now steal hundreds of billions and trillions with utmost impunity.

Before your government, terrorists and fundamentalists would strike occasionally but thanks to you, they you now strike every so often.

Before your government, there was a relative peace in the land, thanks to you; there is now chaos and insecurity everywhere.

Before your government, there was poor accountability, thanks to you; there is no more accountability in the system.

Before your government, there was little orderliness, thanks to you there is total disorder.

Before your government, there was little shame or guilt for public misdeeds, thanks to you, now shame is dead. Nobody gives a damn; not even you.

It is a shame that a serving Petroleum Resources Minister would even approach a court in an unprecedented way to seek interim injunction stopping the House of Reps from carrying out their constitutional responsibility of probing the N10b she allegedly spent to charter private jets for her exclusive use in only two years.

The popular aphorism is a fact; we know it that people have the kind of leader they deserve yet while Nigerian are not a perfect people, no one - not even the worst pessimists - would have ever imagined in their wildest thoughts, a leadership like this at the most critical point in our history; a time when we most needed a decisive and visionary leader who would steer the country through this critical period of global economic upturn following the downturn of the past few years.

Your administration tends to be representing all that Nigerian shouldn't have had. While we might not have had in recent past, selfless leaders who could measure up to the dreams of those altruistic leaders who fought for our independence, this administration has taken inefficiency and corruption to inconceivable levels never ever seen before, and which we may never see again.

It is needless reminding you of your numerous promises during the campaigns and your failure to show commitment to achieving them even regardless that your term is winding up.

The stories that were uncovered during the fuel subsidy probe showed the insincerity of your government and the involvement in large scale corruption of people so close to you. It is not strange that no oil subsidy thief has been convicted.

May I ask you:

How much your government value human beings?

How much your government value human lives?

What value does your government place on the life of a Nigerian?

How much does your government value a Nigerian?

Since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370 lost contact with air traffic control on 8 March 2014 with 239 people on board, the Ocean has not known peace. Its surface, beneath and shores have been combed ceaselessly with no end in sight even when it had become obvious that there would be no survivors.  Uncountable investigative leads have been followed to unravel what went wrong and how.

The same can be said of the South Korean MS Sewol Ferry disaster. Since the mishap occurred on 16 April 2014, the government has not ceased deploying resources to rescue the survivors, recover the bodies of the victims, give succour to the families affected and investigate what went wrong. Yet the Prime Minister, Chung Hong-won resigned because he felt his government not prevent the tragedy and also felt handling of the disaster was below acceptable standard.

Since the news of the April 15 kidnapping at the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok broke out, your  government has been conspicuously invisible either in rescuing the remaining of the 234 poor girls abducted by suspected jihadist looking for earthly virgins or even giving relief to the affected families.

How many more of these gory and savagely cruel acts can we accommodate before your administration wakes up from slumber?

Your government should step up to its responsibility, mandate the security operatives to go out there and look for the missing girls and also give the necessary support to the families affected.

We have had enough of this embarrassment!

We have had enough of this high level corruption!

We have had enough of this impunity!

We have had enough of this insecurity!

We have had enough of this cluelessness!

We have had enough of this sleeping on duty!

We have had enough of blaming the opposition!

We have not voted for a president without portfolio.

Whatever you do from now till the end of your term will largely determine where posterity will place you.

Now is time to wake up to the task!


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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] – In the month of June,1987, then as a little boy  of less than ten years of age, I first saw a woman who was ready to give her life to save her child. That woman was Lady Ikeagwuonwu Comfort, my own Mother…I saw that same zeal few days ago when I watched Dame Patience Goodluck Jonathan asked her touching questions on Channels television in our quest to locate the missing Nigerian Girls. Her efforts has once again yielded results just as my own mothers efforts saved my own life, thank heavens, UNITED STATES,UK, FRANCE and CHINA are all on their way to Nigeria as you are reading this because of Patience Goodluck and by the grace of God, the lives of these missing Chibok girls will be saved once again as mine did in 1987..Dame Patience Goodluck has  again demonstrated that she is ready to give her life to save Nigerian Girls, such is the HEART OF A CARING MOTHER.
While some dissidents and a distractions called APC are busy conjuring on the figure of speech of one person against the other, of Patience Jonathan against Queen Amina of Zaria and asking the wrong questions, United states will be flying their DRONES over SAMBISA Forest and the Mountains of Borno state and our girls will be retrieved. I will give my whole life to stand with Patience Jonathan than a minute to listen to arguments of a figure of speech during a national broadcast. After a RACE,I count the MILES, the question is this, What happened after Patience Goodlucks Speech?. I will tell us what happened.
It is a pity that instead of commending and congratulating her on this hard earned victory she won for the country; unpatriotic dissidents are busy politicizing the lives of our girls. This is the kind of nonsense clueless APC has been spreading, a party without focus. Ideologically empty APC. Patience Goodluck is a hero in this save our girls struggle, she spoke the way Nigeria understands, she talked to us from her heavy burdened heart, in her own little way that even uneducated women in Borno State will understand her. She spoke Nigerian English and we all understood her period. As for Soyinka the old professor he is already an embarrassment to committee of professors, a man who formed, trained and nurtured Nigeria first secret cult is far worse than a terrorist!!!
So while we are here discussing her figure of speech during a national broadcast, Dame Patience Jonathan has struck the bull eyes and got the whole world talking. So choose which side you belong and choose carefully…ARE YOU WITH APC TALKING NONSENSE ABOUT A FIGURE OF SPEECH OR WITH PATIENCE JONATHAN ,MICHELLE OBAMA AND MALALA YOUSAFZAI SAVING OUR GIRLS….Like I said, choose wisely and let your next discussion about this prove you right.
If we want to save our girls, lets act as one who desires to do so. We may choose to  go on cross-posting  APC engineered Propaganda against the first lady or we can get to work. Like I said, I will give my whole life to stand with Patience Jonathan than a minute to listen to arguments of a figure of speech , slander and Politics aimed at distracting us from finding our girls. 


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*Photo Caption – Patience Jonathan, Nigeria’s First Lady