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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - An amalgamation of civil society groups under the aegis of the Stand Up for Nigeria Coalition (SUN-CO) has called for the immediate resignation of the Group Managing Director of Nigerian NationalPetroleum Corporation (NNPC), Mr. Maikanti Baru or be immediately shown the way out by President Muhammadu Buhari over the lingering fuel scarcity in the country.
 
The coalition noted that the continued scarcity of petroleum products in the country it's an economic terrorism which has caused Nigerians untold pains.
 
According to its Convener, Comrade Philip Agbese, at a press briefing in Abuja on Monday, the only thing Nigerians can understand "after series of meetings and Consultations is for fuel to immediately return to the filling stations and let us end this suffering and pains caused by the ineptitude of one man who is abusing his rights and privileges."
 
The coalition noted that it has watched worsening fuel crisis "with alarm and concern as Nigerians are coerced into wasting useful man-hours queuing for Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), otherwise called petrol, while almost half of the country's population are denied the most important religious holiday having been prevented from spending Christmas holidays with families as they would have wished to."
 
He revealed that "Having taken time to understand the underlying causes of the scarcity and the resulting hardship visited on Nigerians, SUN-CO, came to the irreversible conclusion that the leadership of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, is complicit in the ugly situation the country has been plunged into.
 
"SUN-CO therefore call on Mr. Maikanti Baru to immediately resign as NNPC GMD since he has totally lost the confidence of Nigerians after proving that his loyalty lies with the industry canal and not for the well-being of the common man. This act of wickedness and callousness exhibited by the GMD and his cronies at the NNPC is a further proof that some highly placed persons are deliberately sabotaging the efforts of the President.
 
"We therefore urge President Muhammadu Buhari to save his government from further incurring the anger of Nigerians by ensuring that Baru is shown the way out if he lacks the decorum to fall on his own sword after the punishment he has imposed on the country at a time when all citizens should be joyous.
 
"SUN-CO further urges Mr President to immediately name a new leader for NNPC so that Nigerians would not have a repeat of the 2012 scenario when they had to rise up against the government over the handling of fuel issues", the coalition counselled.
 
Arguing that "this is not the best of times for anyone as a patriot to sit on the fence as the situation is at variance with the welfare policies of the Buhari administration, the Convener maintained that "Anyone that prophesses to love the country must first love the President and at all times be supportive of his well articulated programs and policies in line with this vision.
 
"It’s unfortunate that the enemies within have had a field day in the last few days and do not care about what happens to the image and personality of President Buhari whom Nigerians have trusted with the mandate to redeem them from sufferings and pains inflicted on us by past leaders of this country", SUN-CO stated.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed conviction that despite the current challenges, better days are ahead for all Nigerians. President Buhari said this on Saturday in his 2017 Christmas message to the nation.
 
"I am deeply convinced that better days lie ahead for us as a nation as we make progress on all the major fronts where we have set our energies to surmount the challenges," he said.
 
The president felicitated with all Nigerians, particularly Christians, on the occasion of this year’s Christmas celebration.
 
According to him, "The commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ is an important opportunity for us to show love to one another and encourage unity by spending quality time with our friends, families and the less-privileged.
 
"It is also an occasion to draw inspiration from the exemplary lifestyle and teachings of Jesus Christ, who constantly stood for what is right, true and honest.
 
"The Holy Book describes Christmas as a festival of peace, joy, healing, hope and fulfilment. It kindles great expectations in the heart, irrespective of the challenges of the moment."
 
He said as Nigerians celebrate this Yuletide season, they should devote some time to pray and appreciate the sacrifices of members of the armed services to keep the nation safe and secure.
 
"By the same token, and keeping with the spirit of the season, our gallant troops serving in the frontlines in the fight against insurgency; those wounded, lying in the hospital, as well as civilians who have suffered the brunt of evil and wicked elements these past years, deserve our fervent goodwill and sustained prayers.
 
"The personal fortitude of these individuals will continue to inspire us to victory as we turn the tide against the enemy and annihilate those who work against the unity of our nation.
 
"In this season of hope, let us remember to provide refuge to those who cannot enjoy Christmas at home with their families, or have been driven from their homes by insurgency or violence, particularly the Internally Displaced Persons," he stated.
 
The president noted that the country had witnessed an upsurge in the activities of trans-border syndicates luring the youth to modern slavery through irregular migration.
 
He said while his administration had stepped up efforts to halt this "wickedness against the upwardly mobile generation, and have evacuated some of our compatriots stranded abroad we appeal to them to shun the allure of embarking on such perilous journeys."
 
President Buhari wished all Nigerians happy Christmas celebrations.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Presidency has asked religious organisations in the country to refrain from divisive utterances.According to the Presidency, the responsibility of maintaining peace and peaceful coexistence is not only the duty of the government, but also of religious organizations whose words carry weight.
 
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, gave the warning in a statement made available to journalists on Saturday.
 
He was reacting to the accusation by the Supreme Council for Sharia, that President Muhammadu Buhari let down Muslims by his alleged failure to attend the emergency summit of OIC called by Turkey to discuss the US declaration of Jerusalem as the official Capital of Israel.
 
He described the allegation as totally misleading and baseless, advising religious organisations to avoid jumping to conclusions and making unfounded allegations without adequate knowledge and facts of the reality surrounding government’s decisions and actions.
 
The presidential spokesman urged all religious leaders to recognize the sensitivity of some of their utterances on the unity and peaceful coexistence of the country.
 
He thanked religious organisations for their support and prayers for Buhari, assuring that the president was committed to promoting peace and harmony.
 
He explained that Buhari went to France to attend the Climate Change Summit because he had earlier given a firm commitment to President Macron, adding the president sent the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, to represent him at the Turkey meeting of OIC.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Tony Adibe reports ] - The Enugu State Police Command said it has intensified a manhunt for 15 members of a criminal gang known as ‘Malaysian Boys’, who have been at large for some time.

 
A statement from the state police spokesman yesterday, Ebere Amaraizu, stated that the fleeing gang members have been terrorizing the Nimbo/Adani community of Uzo-Uwani Local Government Area of the state.
 
Amaraizu gave the names of the suspects as Ikechukwu a.k.a "Master", Okoro Ifeanyi alias "Bukar", Mathew, Marcel Ojike, Ogbobe Ajulu, Odumodu alias "Asogwa" and one Mike also known as "Anyi Anyi."
 
He enjoined the suspects in their own interest, to quickly report to the state Criminal Intelligence and Investigations Department of the state police command or face the consequences.
 



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[ Masterweb Reports: Clement A. Oloyede reports ] - Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu, former Speaker of the House of Reps Dimeji Bankole, and former Chief Justice of Nigeria, Aloysius Katsina-Alu, have been given 21 days to forfeit their residences to the federal government.
 
The government, through the Special Presidential Investigation Panel for the Recovery of Public Property chaired by Chief Okoi Obono-Obla, issued the quit notice on Thursday to the three as well as former Deputy Speaker and current Senator Usman Bayero Nafada, sources said.
 
The Panel had in September issued a similar quit notice to former Senate President David Mark to which he had since filed a suit before the Federal High Court in Abuja to quash all the steps taken to evict him and recover the house from him by the panel.
 
The panel said the five of them illegally acquired their then-official residences as their private properties.
 
Daily Trust recalls that former President Goodluck Jonathan had in November 2010 reportedly gave leave to the Senate President, the Deputy Senate President, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, to "purchase" their official quarters.
 
"The Senate President’s residence was sold to David Mark for N748 million; Speaker, House of Representatives’ residence was sold to Hon Dimeji Bankole for N670 million; while Deputy Senate President residence was sold to Senator Ike Ekweremadu for N458 million.
 
"Deputy Speaker House of Representatives residence was sold to Senator Nafada for N348.5 million; and they were all sold without competitive bidding contrary to the provisions of the Public Procurement Act especially Section 15 thereof", one of the sources said, adding that the residence of Juctice Katsina-Alu was sold to him at N45million.
 
Another source said former President Jonathan had directed that the sale of the property should be gazetted in the Federal Government Gazette in his minute in a memo sent to him by the then minister of the FCT Senator Bala Muhammad dated 18 November 2010, but that was not done.
 
"A gazette is a notice to the whole world of the position of government on any issue and since there was a prevailing gazette that the house bought by the plaintiff (referring to David Mark) should not be sold under Government monetization policy, the gazette would have superseded the previous one.
 
"So the previous gazette prevails since the sale was not gazetted. That alone has vitiated the sale. Secondly the sale is against the public procurement Act which provides any contract for a good and service must be through competitive bidding. The sale was not through competitive bidding," he said.
 
He added that the houses which were not ordinary houses but institutional houses to principal officers of the National Assembly and the Executive had no right in the first place to given order for the houses to be sold.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari has warned that a collapse of public confidence in the justice system will have disastrous consequences for the entire nation.
 
He called on the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) to work with government to avert collapse of public confidence in the justice system of the country.
 
Buhari made the call at the Presidential Villa in Abuja yesterday while receiving the National Executive Committee of the NBA.
 
"Let me reiterate that the collapse of public confidence in the justice system will have disastrous effects on our democracy and will negatively affect the capacity of the legal profession to thrive and flourish in the country," he said.
 
Charging the NBA to ensure the highest form of discipline among its members, Buhari asked the body to ensure that all cases of indiscipline and corruption were tackled effectively.
 
He expressed worries over alleged attempts by some senior lawyers to corrupt judges and the judicial system.
 
President Buhari assured that his administration would continue to operate on a foundation of the rule of law.
 
"We are convinced that corruption and impunity flourish when due process mechanisms are disregarded. We, however, expect a corresponding duty on the part of all professional bodies such as the NBA to ensure the highest forms of discipline among their members," he said.
 
NBA president, Abubakar Balarabe Mahmud had drawn Buhari’s attention to the association’s concerns on prisons’ congestion, the need for compliance with judicial decisions and the modus operandi of some of the anti-corruption agencies.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Hope Abah reports ] - Unknown gunmen on Thursday night killed a businessman, Samiaila Auwalu, at the North Bank suburb of Makurdi Local Government Area in Benue State.
 
Witnesses said the gunmen numbering about three were allegedly dressed in police uniform and had gained access into the deceased's home at about 7:30pm, identified the victim and opened fire on him.
 
A resident in the area, Emeka Onye, testified that the deceased was a good and generous man who was loved by his neighbours for his kind disposition towards everyone around him.
 
The Police Public Relation Officer (PPRO), for the Benue Command, Moses Joel Yamu, confirmed the incident, saying that the late Alhaji Auwalu, 45, was shot on his chest at his resident behind Maitala Motors by New Bridge Mine at North bank in Makurdi.
 
Yamu added that the victim was rushed to the Musab Hospital in Wadata area of Makurdi by his family members but died while receiving treatment.
 
The police spokesman further said that an empty shell was recovered from the scene while investigation into the matter has commenced.
 
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