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[ Masterweb Reports: Dr. Perry Brimah reports ] - Nawaoh! Buhari had one shot, he bungled it. Abi, if you enter by coup, it is your failure and you cannot complain if you are couped out. A good General is not clueless and incompetent enough for those he surrounds himself with to fool and overthrow him. He had a second shot, he politicized, nepotized, fanaticized and cabalized it, keeping Nigeria stagnant for 3 whole years: same corruption, police extortion continua, poverty killing the masses, borrowing billions to make the government 'look good' with charity programs while misappropriating billions of dollars via the NNPC, transferring $ billions to cabal via FOREX subsidy scam, no clean-up of the Niger Delta, reneging on all promises including True Federalism – item #1 of APC manifesto, police and military brutality, clamping down on freedom of the press, disobeying courts, obstructing justice against thieves and concealing looters' identities, etc, etc. Even going as far as importing and re-instate fugitive looter cabal that even clueless and deadly corrupt GEJ expelled, and defending them with the entire DSS apparatus, but yet he wants a third shot. A THIRD shot! Na curse?! It's not their fault. Shebi it is our treacherous senate that does not know its duty and sworn obligation to impeach.
 
Similarly, Atiku gave it to Nigeria in the behind for 8 years he was in the presidency. He with his friends OBJ and el-Rufai sold Nigeria to themselves those years of privatization madness, until Yar'Adua of dignified memory took over and started reversing the crazy privatizations, including reversing the sale of the refineries to usual suspect Dangote; before he died suspiciously. N11 trillion electricity fund embezzlement, anyone?!! Halliburton! And yet Atiku wants another 4 or 8! To do what???!!! The two 80 year old friends who, combined, have been the ones in power for a quarter of Nigeria's existence, do not believe they could have inspired or educated any Nigerians worthy of the office. Two phools! It must be for the healthcare. Nigerian Presidential healthcare abroad is super! ...or perhaps they think Aso rock is a geriatric home.
 
But I do not blame them. I blame us and our media. After all, while many new generation Nigerians, myself included, have declared to run in 2019, the Nigerian media, the entire main stream media, have all been bought over by the cabal and state. None of them will publish young or new generation aspirants. Thank God for social media and alternative media...the engine that we shall use to run 2019 elections, no matter how Buhari and Daura's new obstructive gadgets and financial backed intimidation tries to disrupt. Check out the main stream media today and see. All you read in them is the rants and regurgitations of the expired cabal, defunct of ideas, who hire youth to do the thinking for them. INEC is rigged and the media is bought.
 
But we @CabalMustGo promise to deliver Nigeria from the cabal and their media. We have created a "Next Generation Candidate" section [ http://www.cabalmustgo.com/president-candidates/ ] where we will field the new-mind candidates. No mind them. We the masses are doing our thing this time. We will kick out all the Minna and Otta-meeting shameless old goons of the PDPAPC/ oPDP, nPDP(APC) and affiliates, who party together and chop together till the day they contest against each other, then continue celebrating each other on their birthdays. See comedy! Just this September Buhari was sending his best friend Atiku as emissary to the south east. And throughout his tenure, he used to send Atiku as his ambassador to South Africa and other places. When election reach then the two old bedmates will think Nigerians will divide and choose among them! LOL!
 
"Ecclesiastes 3: To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven."
 
The season of all the cabal is over. By the grace of the Almighty.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari & Atiku

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari has said insurgents are able to attract members to their fold because of what he called the "insidious preaching" of extremist clerics.
 
Speaking in Jordan yesterday at a security meeting hosted by King Abdullah II, President Buhari called for an action plan to halt the trend.
 
President Buhari also urged leaders, especially from the Muslim world, to speak up against the hateful violence committed by deranged people in the name of Islam.
 
"All nations, irrespective of religion should partner effectively in implementing national, regional and global action plans to counter violent extremism," the president said.
 
He reiterated Nigeria’s commitment to playing a leading role in bringing together countries of the West African sub-region in a collective security arrangement.
 
He assured that with what Nigeria had gone through, it was ready to share the experiences with a view to fashioning out comprehensive action plans in tackling the scourge of violent extremism in the region.
 
President Buhari again called for a stronger and well-coordinated collaboration against violent extremism.
 
He noted that the joint regional collaboration under the auspices of the Multinational Joint Task Force, combined with the efforts of the Nigerian Armed Forces, had gone a long way to decimate the activities of extremists in the West African region.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari

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[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - The Movement for the Actualization of a Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) has advised President Muhammadu Buhari, to forget about his aspiration for re-election, saying Nigeria would disintegrate before 2019.
 
The group also asked Atiku Abubakar and other political gladiators interested in the office of the president to perish their dreams as three nations would emerge from Nigeria before then.
 
In a statement issued yesterday in Awka, Anambra State by the group's leader, Uchenna Madu, the body said President Buhari would be the last president of a "unified" Nigeria.
 
It maintained that no military might or alliances with Islamic international community will stop the soon emergence of Biafra.
 
"MASSOB wishes to inform the political gladiators of Nigerian state that their 2019 political ambitions will not materialize because Nigeria as an entity will not exist beyond the year 2019.
 
"Before the end of the year 2019, there will be no more Nigeria as a political entity, there will be newborn nations called Biafra, Oduduwa and Arewa republics," it stated.
 
The group described as a painful irony the way Nigeria retained the name given to her by the colonial masters, when countries as Gold Coast(Ghana) Upper Volta( Burkina Faso), Tanganyika ( Tanzania) and so on had changed their names immediately after their independence to reflect indigenous content.
 
"MASSOB in collaboration with other Pro-Biafra groups in the genuine spirit of Biafra revolution declared that enough is enough," the group said.
 
"A new strategies and consolidation anchored on the principles of nonviolence will soon be unveil.
 
"The coming together of pro-Biafra groups will multiply our synergies and double our consistent efforts towards Biafra actualization and restoration through our undying demand and pressure for a referendum that will determine our stake in the Biafra project.
 
"We wish to remind the citizens and inhabitants of this geographical expression called Nigeria by the British colonial lords that God did not create us as Nigerians or our ancestors chose the cursed name called Nigeria.
 
"We inherited and anchored our names through our native, cultural and traditional inclinations. It is only dogs and other domestic pets that retain and maintain names given to them by their lords and owners.
 
"Some other nations of Africa who pride their native, cultural and traditional values as a mark of respect to their forefathers rejected the change of their country's name British colonial master gave them but political gladiators in Nigeria want to sustain and preserve this geographical expression called Nigeria.
 
"We are naturally and ancestrally called Biafra, Odududuwa and Arewa."
 
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[ Masterweb Reports ] - Engineer Lazarus Iwari Kalama Sokobe, the late elder brother of former First Lady Dame Patience Jonathan is to be buried this Saturday at his home town, Okrika in Rivers state.
 
According to the details of the burial arrangements released by the family, service of songs is billed for Friday 1st December at Okrika Court Yard by 3:30pm while the funeral service will hold on Saturday December 2 at Okrika National Field by 10am.
 
The statement from the family also added that reception would take place at the house of the ex-First Lady, Dame (Dr.) Patience Jonathan in Okrika.
 
The family described the deceased as a man who lived an exemplary life.
 
"You lived an exemplary life worthy of emulation. Your legacies will continue to endure. We take solace in the fact that we will see you on the last day," it reads further.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Dr. Perry Brimah reports ] - In 2011 at the start of the war on Libya when former president Goodluck Jonathan was in power, he ordered the immediate evacuation of Nigerians in the embattled nation.

 
The then Director General of National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Muhammad Sani-Sidi is quoted in the media to have said, “NEMA, Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Office of the National Security Adviser among other stakeholders have been mandated by the President to work out strategies for a successful evacuation of Nigerians to safety in their motherland.”
 

 
Since Libya fell, the abuse and trade of Nigerians in the north African nation and traveling through with the hope of migrating to Europe as they flee poverty in Nigeria, has been at extreme levels. Many of us saw the images of Nigerians in zoos when Libya fell. A recent CNN show brought it to greater public view which has finally stimulated reactions by the Nigerian administration.
 
It is not encouraging that the Nigerian government hesitates so long to take determined and proactive measures to protect the lives and dignity of its citizens at home and abroad. On president Muhammadu Buhari's visit to the UN 72nd session in New York this September, while he raised issues that do not directly affect Nigerians including the issue of the North Korean threat, he was not recorded to have raised the issue of Black African enslavement in Libya. A present and pressing calamity. 
 
With Nigeria's role in the African Union, there are several actions including military options that the Nigerian government can take towards compelling the government of Libya to respect and protect fundamental human rights of Africans in the country. Nigerian citizens must also be immediately protected and evacuated. This while the government is also obligated to take the welfare and security of citizens at home as priority over a select elite few.
 
The African People's Union and ENDS organisation in our efforts to bring action on this stain to humanity have initiated the following petition to demand action from global organisations and responsible governments. We implore you to read and sign.  
  



Petitioning President of the United States and 4 others #AbolishAfricanEnslavement#AbolishAfricanEnslavement
 
It is time to stop the abuse and enslavement of Black Africans in Libya.
 
It is quite painful to write about the fact that this 2017 our Black brothers are being sold as slaves in Libya for a few hundred dollars a piece. Our brothers and sisters are being maltreated, abused, humiliated, raped and killed without recourse. 
 
But the Libyan government knows about it and is part of it. According to a UN report from June this 2017, [http://undocs.org/S/2017/466 the Libyan Coast Guard and the Department to Counter Illegal Migration are directly involved in the enslavement and trade of Black African migrants who they capture.
 
More worrisome is the fact that the foreign governments implicated in deposing Moammar Ghaddafi and consequently destabilizing the entire African continent are again involved in supporting and assisting the Libyan government agencies implicated in the UN report. 
 
Quoting from the Council of the European Union, "EUNAVFOR MED Operation Sophia is the EU naval operation disrupting the business model of migrant smugglers and human traffickers in the Southern Central Mediterranean. The operation has two supporting tasks: training the Libyan Coastguard and Navy and contributing to the implementation of the UN arms embargo on the high seas off the coast of Libya in accordance with UNSCR 2292 (2016) and 2357 (2017)." [http://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/press/press-releases/2017/07/25/eunavformed-sophia-mandate-extended/
 
Additionally African governments especially the Nigerian government which was one of a few to vote for the action taken against Libya are today doing next to nothing to address the Libyan abomination.
 
We hereby petition the United Nations, European Union, African Union, United States Government, and Nigerian Government in particular and other governments to rise up to their proper responsibilities to arrest the situation in Libya immediately and abolish the new dehumanizing slave trade via this axis. The world must not sit idle as fellow human beings are openly abused and traded at this time in our history.
 
It is time to rise up and #AbolishAfricanEnslavement
 
Petition created by ENDS.ng and African People's Union ( http://africanpeoplesunion.org/)
 
Contact Dr. Perry Brimah +1-929-427-5305 (Whatsapp)
 
*Photo Caption - Goodluck Jonathan
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Jeremiah Oke reports ] - The Corps Marshall of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi has told motorists across the country to stop bribing officials in the uniform of the commission, saying the commission pays them promptly.

 
Boboye who spoke yesterday at the secretariat of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) as part of the union’s 2017 Press Week, reiterated that all his officials received their salaries promptly, that it was a crime for them to take from the poor public.
 
The corps marshall said 25 ‎officials of the commission were sacked Wednesday night for alleged official misconducts, including bribe taking, and more sacking was coming.
 
‎He said the fines of most of the offenses were cheaper than the bribe given to the men in uniform, and sought the‎ support of the media and the general public to take photograph of any of his men who engaged in misconduct.
 
He said the commission had zero tolerance for corruption and any of its officials caught in such acts would be shown the way out.
 
Meanwhile, the Oyo State command has deployed 1,000 officers of ‎the corps to all routes within the state for the yuletide season.
 
The Oyo State sector Commander of the FRSC, Mrs Cecilia Alao, said this in ‎Ibadan during the Oyo State FRSC 2017 mega rally and flag-off for ‎ember months campaign.
 
The sector commander said that the corps was looking to a situation ‎where there would be zero crashes during this period.
 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Lois Ugbede reports ] - The Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima, on Thursday downplayed the clamour for restructuring in Nigeria, describing it as a "madness" that can be stopped by good governance.
 
Mr. Shettima spoke at the book launch of a former Minister of Youths and Sports Development under the Goodluck Jonathan administration, Bolaji Abdullahi, who is now the spokesperson of the All Progressive Congress, APC.
 
The event took place at the Yar’Adua Centre in the Central Business District of Abuja.
 
The book titled "On a Platter of Gold" was written on how Mr. Jonathan became president of Nigeria in 2011 but lost the office at the 2015 general election.
 
Mr. Shettima, who was the Father of the Day, dismissed the clamour for restructuring, saying "To hell with restructuring."
 
According to the governor, if jobs are provided and other sectors of the economy, especially the education sector is developed, "this madness", referring to restructuring, "will stop."
 
"People are talking about artificial intelligence, other nations are talking about nano technology or robotics engineering but unfortunately, the topical issue in Nigeria is restructuring. Restructuring my foot! To hell with restructuring.
 
"Let us improve on governance, let us work for the people, invest in education, create jobs for our people, this madness will stop," the governor said.
 
Several Nigerians including ethnic organisations like the Ohanaeze Ndigbo and the Afenifere have demanded restructuring of Nigeria, saying it was the way to resolve many of the challenges facing the country.
 
Based on the clamour, Mr. Shettima’s party, APC, set up a committee to review the various restructuring calls.
 
Mr. Shettima, who described Mr. Jonathan as an honest man, said it was the people he surrounded himself with that made his government fail.
 
"Comparing (former President Olusegun) Obasanjo and the people he worked with and those Jonathan worked with, you will understand why.
 
"If you look at Obasanjo, hate him or love him, you have to respect Obasanjo for not only believing in the Nigerian project, but for surrounding himself with men of quality.
 
"If you mention Obasanjo, the names that readily come to mind are those of Oby Ezekwesili, Aliko Dangote, Femi Otedola, Jim Ovia, Tony Elumelu, Nasiru el-Rufai, Nuhu Ribadu, Bukola Saraki and other quality Nigerians who have the capacity to add value to the system.
 
"But when you think of President Jonathan, with all due respect, he surrounded himself with an assorted crop of religious bigots, tribal kindred and all sorts of reactionary elements. Ateke Tom, Government Tompolo, Late Oronto Douglas, Asari Dokubo, Edwin Clark, Ayo Oritsejafor and others."
 
*Photo Caption - Governor Kashim Shettima