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[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - Nigeria’s ex-Vice President, Dr. Alex Ekwueme, yesterday, threw his weight behind the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mr Oseloka Obaze, ahead of the November 18 Anambra election.
 
The endorsement of Obaze’s candidature by the elder statesman has laid to rest speculations in the media of the endorsement of the second term bid of the incumbent governor, Chief Willie Obiano.
 
Addressing PDP faithful in his family house at Oko, Orumba North Local Government Area of the state, Ekwueme said time had come to unseat the ruling All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) to pave way for a PDP government in the state.
 
He noted that Anambra had been a PDP state, regretting that APGA was able to steer the affairs of the state for 12 years as a result of the protracted crisis in PDP.
 
"Anambra State is a PDP state from inception; we shall henceforth continue with PDP. Time has come for us to take away power from APGA," he said.
 
Ekwueme, whose first daughter, Chidi Onyemelukwe, is the running mate to Obaze in the governorship race, insisted that the November 18 poll would bring to an end, the fame of APGA in the state.
 
On his part, Obaze described Ekwueme’s endorsement of his candidacy and that of his daughter as "eloquent testimony of his position in the party."
 
He said the choice of his daughter as running mate was to compensate him for the enormous job he did in the transformation of Igboland.
 
*Photo Caption - Oseloka Obaze

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[ Masterweb Reports ] - Earlier today, the internet was awash with news of purported injecting of school pupils with Monkey Pox by the military in Anambra State as it carries out its medical exercise. Anonymous internet users, especially on forums, who claimed to have witnessed the goings-on, said that pupils in Nnewi town were seen running helter-skelter with some parents withdrawing their children from schools in the pandemonium. Other social media sources reported that some people have been shot dead by the army when pupils refused to be injected on grounds that they have been told of the military’s intention to kill them via the philanthropic gesture.

 
 

 
However, from the information on Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS) Facebook page, the representative of the GOC, 82 division Enugu, Brigadier General J. O Ugwuoke, while addressing the press at St. Michael's Catholic Church, Ozubulu, venue of the Army's free medical outreach in Anambra state, said that the exercise was part of their Coperate Social Responsibility and that the free medical outreach had earlier taken place in Enugu, Imo, Abia and Ebony States respectively.
Furthermore, as ABS reported, the GOC added that, contrary to the rumors in circulation on the social media, the command do not go from school to school or give injection to anybody. He therefore urged the good people of the state to disregard the baseless allegation and rumors.
 
 
Reacting to the rumor and its consequent pandemonium, Governnor Willie Obiano of Anambra State, through the secretary to the State Government, Prof Solo Chukwulobelu, issued a press statement, asking the army to halt the exercise until the people have been adequately sensitized on the exercise of good gesture by the military. Below is the script of the government’s press release as extracted from ABS.
 
 
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT ON ARMY MEDICAL OUTREACH IN ANAMBRA STATE
 
 
The attention of the State Government has been drawn to an ongoing medical outreach being undertaken by the Army in Ozubulu, Ekwusigo Local Government Area.

 
The State has been made to understand that the exercise is part of Army social responsibility to members of the public.

 
However, strong apprehension among the populace has followed the exercise leading to withdrawal of students from schools by parents, misconception of actual motive behind the exercise by stakeholders, community leaders and general reservation by the public for whom the outreach is intended.

 
To this end and to ensure no further escalation of the situation, His Excellency, the Governor, Chief  Willie Obiano, has contacted the Army Authorities and advised for immediate stoppage of the medical outreach until wide sensitization is conducted to reassure the people of its intentions and benefits. The exercise has therefore been put on hold.

 
Parents and guardians are strongly advised to stop withdrawing their wards from schools as the situation has been handled. All schools within the State will remain open as there is no cause for alarm.

 
Community leaders, President General and Stakeholders are hereby reassured of the commitment of the Governor and the State Government of the wellbeing of Ndi Anambra.

 
The State Government also strongly condemns observed rhetorics on social media completely misrepresenting the situation with insinuations of spread of diseases and death of students in schools arising from the exercise. The State categorically refutes these rhetorics and confirms there is no death of any student anywhere in the State.

 
Mischief makers are warned to desist from spreading falsehood. Anambra remains calm and peaceful.

[ Masterweb Reports ] - Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu has advocated a single-term presidency of five or six years for Nigeria and other African countries to deepen democracy and good governance.
 
He also suggested a rotational presidency among the ethnic groups or geographical zones to promote loyalty to the nation.
 
Ekweremadu spoke while delivering a lecture ‘Constitutionalism and the Challenges of Leadership in Africa:an Evaluation of Tested Models’ on Tuesday.
 
The event was organised by the Centre for Media and Peace Initiatives, a New York-based NGO to mark its 10th anniversary.
 
"A more modest proposal seeks not the abandonment of the presidential system per se but the re-designing of term limits for political chief executives.
 
"This is in order to reduce the acrimonious conflict, divisiveness and instability arising from partisan or factional competition for executive offices in the federation.
 
"I support the proposals to transform the current tenure of two four-year terms into a single term of five or six years.
 
"Among other advertised benefits, single terms would avoid the distractions, manipulations and divisiveness of re-election campaigns while facilitating a more rapid circulation or rotation of power among the various groups".
 
He said a single term of four years is also less costly.
 
Ekweremadu urged Nigeria and other African countries to learn from the failures and successes of older democracies, particularly, the Latin American democracies.
 

He noted that many of the Latin Americans transited from autocratic regimes to democracies, discovering that the politics of succession, including incumbents’ penchant for self-perpetuation, was overheating the system. (NAN)
 
*Photo Caption - Ike Ekweremadu
 

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Lami Sadiq reports ] - A former Head of Service in Plateau state, Moses Gwom was on Tuesday killed alongside an off duty soldier and a shop attendant near his home in Barkin Ladi local government area of Plateau State.
 
His death comes barely two weeks after suspected assassins invaded the home of 70 year old acting village head of Gyangyang village, Mohammed Suleiman in Kanam local government area of the state and killed him.
 
Chief of Staff, Operation Safe Haven, Brig. Gen. Mohammed Bello told Daily Trust on phone that Gwom was killed at his provision store close to the house adding that the assailants had equally shot and killed an off duty soldier who also in the shop as well as the shop attendant.
 
Bello explained that, "two other off duty soldiers were shot when the assailants were escaping but they are receiving medical treatment at our facility."
 
Earlier, Plateau State Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Tyopev Terna told Daily Trust on phone that the assailants had attacked the about 9:20pm.
 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The annual budget of about N7 trillion can’t build a modern economy, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said. He said the desire of the Federal Government to grow the economy was limited by the fact that its annual budgeted expenditure is only a small part of a multi trillion naira economy.
 
The vice president said government’s policy of partnering with the private sector was also borne out of reality.
 
"The private sector is clearly the bigger contributor to the economy. It thus follows that the private sector must be enabled and encouraged to play its decisive role if our development efforts are to succeed," he said.
 
Osinbajo said this in Abuja yesterday at the commencement of the 23rd Nigerian Economic Summit with the theme "Opportunities, Productivity and Employment: Actual is in the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan".
 
The vice president’s speech was made available to State House correspondents by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Laolu Akande.
 
Osinbajo said government was concerned with the very high interest rates which, he noted, had to do with government borrowing.
 
He said since the evidence pointed to a crowding out of the private sector, the government would reduce its demand for domestic paper and seek to refinance maturing domestic debt with longer tenor and cheaper external borrowing.
 
He also stated that intervention funds would continue to be made available through the Bank of Industry, and the repositioned NEXIM and the Bank of Agriculture, as well as the newly established Development Bank of Nigeria.
 
He assured that government would continue to sustain the dialogue with the private sector through the National Economic Summit and the Presidential Quarterly Business Forum.
 



Osinbajo also stated that government counted on the continued engagement of the private sector to support its economic policies.
 

*Photo Caption - Nigeria Vice President Yemi Osinbajo

 

 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Don Silas reports ] - The Anglican Bishop of the Diocese of Egbu, Rt. Rev Geoffrey Okorafor has admonished Igbos to be realistic about Biafra agitation. Okorafor said this Sunday during a Eucharistic service of confirmation, admission and induction for Emeabiam Parish, at Christ Anglican Church Emeabiam in Owerri West Local Government Area of Imo State.
 
The Bishop said Igbos must come to terms with present realities confronting the zone in the Nigeria context. The cleric implored Igbos to squarely address their problems or else, they will not succeed.
 
 
He stressed that not even the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB)’s agitation and its leadership can solve problems of Ndigbo.
 
The prelate lamented lack of unity among Ndigbo and berated some groups championing the secession struggle for being at each other’s throats.
 
He, however, advised that they should not dissipate energy fighting each other, but appreciate the fact that "they are pursuing common goals, which are to confront their oppressors, marginalisation and subjugation, as a race, in the national polity."
 
Okorafor maintained that until Ndigbo become united, they would continue to be denied their position as a vital component in the Nigerian polity.
 
"Besides craving for unity, Igbo should embrace economic ventures in which they have comparative advantage in their zone.
 

"Igbo should return to agriculture because we have good and arable land in the South East, rather than looking up to the North," he said.
 

*Photo Caption - Rt. Rev Geoffrey Okorafor

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The wife of the president, Aisha Buhari, has alleged that her husband's recent long medical vacation in London emboldened the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu to create a state out of a state.
 
Mrs Buhari spoke Monday at the State House in Abuja during the commencement of a two-day stakeholders' meeting on Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, Adolescent Health and Nutrition organized by her pet project, Future Assured.
 

"As a result of spending several months by the president outside Nigeria, a 40-year-old man who was still living in his father's house, created a state out of a state and that is a major set back for the country and the health sector did not benefit," she said.
 
*Photo Caption - Aisha Buhari
 

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Judd-Leonard Okafor reports ] - A disease suspected to be monkeypox has been reported in six more states, after the first case of the pox emerged in Bayelsa late last month, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control said Monday.
 
The discoveries bring the total number of likely monkeypox cases to 31, across seven states—Bayelsa, Rivers, Ekiti, Akwa Ibom, Lagos, Ogun and Cross River.
 

"So far, there have been no deaths recorded," said NCDC chief executive Chikwe Ihekweazu. "It is unlikely that many of the suspected cases are actually monkeypox, but all are being investigated."
 

Two cases emerged in Lagos, where officials have been prompted to raise their "index of suspicion," Lagos health commissioner Jide Idris told a press briefing.
 
Of the two cases under watch for monkey pox, one is confirmed to have visited Bayelsa and eaten "bush meat," Idris said.
 
NCDC centre said samples had been collected for laboratory confirmation and results are yet to return.
 
All 31 cases are hospitalized in respective states and said to be "improving clinically. While there is no treatment for monkeypox, supportive care and management helps patients recover, since the virus is self limiting.
 
An emergency operations centre has been activated to coordinate investigation and response to the outbreak across all seven states. But a notification for "preparedness" has been issued for the entire country.
 
The first case of monkeypox in Bayelsa has been traced to a monkey, but the biology of the virus allows it to be transmitted from human to human once it gets into human populations, Ihekweazu said in a Daily Trust video.
 

 

*Photo Caption - A Nigerian monkeypox patient