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 [ Masterweb Reports ] – It was celebration galore in Awka, Okpuno and Amawbia communities yesterday as Governor Obi flagged off four major roads in the communities.

During the flag-off of Central-Bank Okpuno and Kenneth Dike Roads all in Awka, the traditional ruler of the town, Igwe Dr. Gibson Nwosu described what is happening in Anambra State in terms of road construction and the provision of other infrastructure as revolution, which the state was witnessing for the first time under Governor Peter Obi. He assured him of the support and cooperation of Awka people for the development of the town.

Speaking in the same vein, a community leader in Okpuno, Prince James Obidinma said that with the many roads Governor Obi was constructing in Okpuno town, that they now have a sense of belonging. He described what is happening in their town as the repair of many injustices perpetrated against the town until Obi came to wipe their tears.

At the flag-off of Amawbia by-pass, Chief Joseph Ofodile said that Anambra had never had it so good. He said that the consensus among the people of the State was that since it was not possible for Obi to go for a third term due to constitutional constraints, that the least he could do was to anoint a successor that would be like him otherwise, he said, all these politicians prancing all over the place and buying sachet water for Amansea people would come and destroy all he had built.

Speaking during the flag-off, the Commissioner for Works, Arc Callistus Ilozumba assured the people of the communities of quality and durable work. He said that Anambra was a peculiar State, where politicians paid jobless people to ascribe projects the Governor was doing to other people, simply because he did not make noise about them. “Look at this Central Bank road about to be flagged off, they have paid their people to say that it is being done by the Central Bank. In the past we have even witnessed those that inspected the projects the Governor was doing and claimed some of theirs”, he said.

Speaking during the ceremonies, Gov. Obi said that his commitment to the people of Anambra State was total. He said we would continue to do only things that would benefit the State. He revealed that with the understanding with the Federal Government, that the State would soon start the reconstruction of the Dual carriage road from Amansea into the heart of the capital.

He cautioned Anambra people against being deceived by politicians and advised them to vote in as the next Governor, a person who is not above 50 years and who would still have the energy and stamina to run around for the good of the State. “I always pray to God to give the State somebody better than I am”, he concluded.

*Photo Caption –  Governor addresses spectators at the flag-off from one of the earth-movers.

 [ Masterweb Reports ] - Justus Esiri to Be Buried in April:  Veteran Nollywood actor and broadcaster, Justus Esiri, who passed away on February 19, will be buried in the third week of April in his home town, Abraka, Delta State. This was made known by the late actor's relative and spokesman, Geoge Esiri, a photo journalist. According to him, the Esiri family has been involved in various…..Read All News Below.
Justus Esiri to Be Buried in April

Veteran Nollywood actor and broadcaster, Justus Esiri, who passed away on February 19, will be buried in the third week of April in his home town, Abraka, Delta State. This was made known by the late actor's relative and spokesman, Geoge Esiri, a photo journalist.

According to him, the Esiri family has been involved in various rounds of consultation and has despatched a delegation to Abraka to conclude arrangements for date and time of the interment. "As soon as that is done, the family will release details of the programme for everyone to see," he said, appealing to Media to be patient with the family.

Prior to this announcement, the Esiri family had politely turned down interview requests. However, a condolence register had since been opened at the residence of the deceased at 14 Alhaji Azeez, Beesam, off Airport Road, Lagos.

Commenting on his father's death, Marvin Records star artiste, Dr. Sid, said there was nothing to be sad about his dad's death, because he lived a fulfilled life. "His life is being studied in Universities in the UK. He lived to be 70, and anything else after 70 is a gift, so there's really nothing to be sad about", he was quoted as saying.

Christabel Abiodun reports.


Another top Nigerian rapper in Kenya to collaborate with Camp Mulla

Camp Mulla seems to be going all in on their new collaborations that they've been doing lately with West African artistes lately. Ever since they were nominated for the BET Awards a while back, followed by other nominations by global awards, Camp Mulla gained respect and recognition throughout Africa.

It is this recognition of greatness that has made it possible for them to collaborate with some of the biggest African artistes, among them, WizKid, Banky W, L-Tido, among others. Just recently, they did a major collaboration with five huge African rappers. Among them were the above named artistes, in the song, 'African Blood' that was released just some few days ago.

Just last week, another top rated Nigerian artistes flew into the country. Wonda Boy jetted into the country on Wednesday, according to sources, to collaborate with Camp Mulla in a song titled 'Overload', as organised by producer, Black Man.

"The song is about being born to conquer and overlooking hardship.Overload is a fusion of Afro-beat and techno/house, a trend-setter not only in Nigeria but in Africa. The song is bound to be a success and will both increase Camp Mulla's leverage in Nigeria as well as give audience to a new fusion sound that Blackman is confident the audiences will like. The arrangement to have the Nigerian artiste in Nairobi for the recording session was organised by “Blackman who works with many artistes and his manger got in touch with him. The rest is history," Wonda Boy told sources.

The Nigerian rapper will also be working with other Kenyan artistes before his departure.

Kone Sekou reports.


*Photo Caption - Veteran Nollywood actor and broadcaster, Justus Esiri

 [ Masterweb Reports ] - Nigerians were yet to come to terms with the FCT Minister’s budgetary allocation of N4billion naira to the office of the first lady - that has never been recognized by the country’s constitution from 1960 to 1999 - for the proposed construction of the African First Ladies’ Peace Mission (AFLPM) Secretariat in Abuja when news filtered in of the First Lady’s half a billion naira thanksgiving party at Aso Rock Villa to celebrate her “resurrection,” or sojourn in the land of the dead. I joined millions of Nigerians to felicitate with her.
And when it was time for the first lady to make an address at the lavish thanksgiving, she decided to do it offhand, making a stunning revelation: "I actually died - I passed out for more than a week. My intestine and tummy were opened. I am not Lazarus but my experience was similar to his. My doctors said all hope was lost. A black doctor in London who is with us in this service was flown in when the situation became critical. It was God himself in His infinite mercy that said I would return to Nigeria. God woke me up after seven days.”

The First Lady’s office is not recognised by the constitution, hence, she is not obliged to notify Nigerians of her travelling itinerary within or outside the country but by virtue of her position as a Permanent Secretary in the Public Service of Bayelsa State, she is a public servant.

On her return she denied ever attending any hospital in Germany, or anywhere! In the heat of the rumour about her whereabouts, presidential aides told barefaced and shamefaced lies. Mrs Jonathan was taking a “moment’s rest” abroad after a hectic First African Ladies’ Summit she presided over, said the First Lady's spokesperson, Ayo Osinlu. Reuben Abati dismissed the reported illness as a rumour. But if her illness was made public and Nigerians carried along, it would have ignited nothing but fervent prayers from every Nigerian. We can as well count on the Aso-Rock-friendly CAN to organize numerous prayer sessions and vigils across the country. It wasn’t to be, as the rumour mill was left to swell. It baffled me that those words came from the same person who told Nigerians that she was “never” admitted. But thank God for his mercies, he gave her a second chance inspite of the deceit and lies.

Lies are nothing short of state policy of the present administration. The government, led by the President himself, have turned the country to a laughing stock. Lies are routine. Today, we talk about Governors on long medical vacation shrouded in deceit and shenanigans, without a proper handover as required by law, and the affairs of their state is left on autopilot.

As of today, there are still some state governors who are absent without leave. Gov. Sullivan Chime returned from a long medical leave abroad declaring that he owed no one an apology for not disclosing to Nigerians the state of his health before travelling out of the country.

Nigerian leaders can take a cue from ailing Venezuelan President, Hugo Chavez’s well publicised struggle with cancer that has kept him out of office for months. Venezuelans were sympathetic to his cause, showed him love and support. This much was made evident with the heroic welcome he got on his return home from cancer treatment in Cuba recently. Hillary Clinton, just before she stepped down as US Secretary of State, last year December, State Department officials announced she was undergoing treatment for a blood cloth just below her ear with details when she will make complete recovery. This is what is expected from every responsible government that understands what public office entail.

It is the very nature of this administration to propagate lies. President Goodluck Jonathan, in the last few weeks, has had a torrid time engaging northern governors and other presidential aspirants that he signed an agreement to run for only a single term in 2011. Constitutionally, there is no law barring him from contesting but the Chairman of Northern Governors’ Forum and Governor of Niger state, Babangida Aliyu, has reiterated that Jonathan signed a pact with PDP governors. President Jonathan inadvertently gave himself away after an AU Summit in 2011 in Ethiopia when he spoke to his compatriots abroad, “ Nigerians in the Diaspora will not vote, but I will work towards it by 2015, even though I will not be running for election.”

To an international audience, Mr Jonathan tried to pull a fast one but he ended up pulling the rug where it hurt most on the failure of his administration; Power. At an interview with CNN’s Christine Amanpour, President Jonathan claimed that Nigerians were now impressed with the improvement - stable power - in the country, bragging as he spoke, like a school boy thumping his chest, “I would have loved that you ask ordinary Nigerians on the streets of Lagos, Abuja or any other city this question about power. This is one area that Nigerians are quite pleased with the government that our commitment to improve power is working."  His claim was punctured days later when Americans were embarrassed by a 35-minute power outage at a Super Bowl game which sparked interest from Nigerians on social media who see it as a norm in their country. CNN had to do an Open Mic in Lagos to sample opinion, which in the end sharply contrasted the president’s position. Yet another lie.

It would be recalled that President Jonathan also lied to Nigerians in his Independence Day anniversary speech last year, making a bogus claim that the global corruption watchdog, Transparency International, ranked Nigeria the second most improved country in the fight against corruption. He said “…the fight against the scourge of corruption is a top priority of our administration. We are fighting corruption in all facets of our economy, and we are succeeding. We have put an end to several decades of endemic corruption associated with fertilizer and tractor procurement and distribution.  We have exposed decades of scam in the management of pensions and fuel subsidy, and ensured that the culprits are being brought to book.” Mr. Jonathan’s claim were promptly dismissed; “Transparency International does not have a recent rating or report that places Nigeria as the second most improved country in the fight against corruption.”

What made the First Lady’s baloney worrisome is the fact that the first family was involved, at a time Nigerians thought they’ve had enough lies from President Jonathan. When the President of a country lies without flinching, expect no less from aides, Ministers, Governors and other government functionaries. The likes of Labaran Maku, Doyin Okupe and Reuben Abati at different times have struggled to outdo each other with deceitful press releases, phantom statistics and essays. There is a media aide of the President who comes on social media every now and then to gull Nigerians that Power has improved even when the reality on ground states the obvious.

And state Governors who go on medical leave for months without any form of notice. It is surprising that on their return they make their illness public and expect to get public sympathy. Wouldn’t it have been better if they had disclosed it before travelling to quell rumours and ignite fervent, perfervid prayers from compatriots regarded as the most religious people on earth? Lying under oath as a public servant isn’t it tantamount to stealing and other offences punishable by law?

Theophilus Ilevbare ( reports.

*Photo Caption –  Nigeria First Lady Patience Jonathan

 [ Masterweb Reports ] - Sarz & The "Beat of life" virus - Episode 1:  The virus is here. Sarz's smash hit "Beat of Life" has already spread through the Nigerian and UK club scene, but episode 1 of "Sarz and the Beat of Life virus" shows what happens when the Trybe Records super producer's Beat of Life virus affects unsuspecting businessman Sylvanus and changes his…..Read All News Below.
Sarz & The "Beat of life" virus - Episode 1.

The virus is here. Sarz's smash hit "Beat of Life" has already spread through the Nigerian and UK club scene, but episode 1 of "Sarz and the Beat of Life virus" shows what happens when the Trybe Records super producer's Beat of Life virus affects unsuspecting businessman Sylvanus and changes his life forever.  Keep an eye out for episode 2 and anticipate an official video for "Beat of Life" in the near future. Sarz and the beat of life virus - directed by "Sum nollywood guy", Starring.. Sarz as himself; Lami as "Grace"; MC Danni B as "Sylvanus"; Rukus, Biggie, and Gossim as "The investors"; Sojay as "Donatus"; Timi Da black One as "Dr Timi" and Mathew as "Bouncer".

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Goldie Harvey Buried Today

Singer Susan Goldie Harvey (popular known as Goldie Harvey) was buried today February 25 at 10:00am at Vaults & Gardens, Ikoyi, Lagos amid tears. Goldie died on Valentine’s Day, Thursday, February 14, 2013 after she was rushed to Reddington Hospital, Victoria Island, Lagos, hours after her return from the United States where she attended the Grammys. An autopsy report revealed she died of hypertensive heart disease.


*Photo Caption - Sarz

 [ Masterweb Reports ] – There is a need to provide a credible alternative to the electorate, a radical change borne out of the growing discontent of Nigerians with the failure of the PDP led government that has held power at the centre since 1999, to transform the countries’ fortune despite multi-billion dollar oil revenue frittered by successive government - $67billion in foreign reserves in the last few years - deflating any hope of a breath of Jonathan’s ‘fresh air,” for these, the leaders of the coalition, saw an exigency in salvaging the beleaguered Nigerian people from the present socio-political and economic downturn as an impetus for the merger.

And so much was the euphoria that greeted the announcement of the All Peoples Congress (APC), that it sent jitters across the political divide. The coalition of ACN, CPC, ANPP and APGA to form the new alliance is an audacious bid to unseat the ruling party in the 2015 general elections. Two recent events gave fillip to the merger. First, was the meeting of 10 governors from opposition parties to endorse the coalition. Secondly, the formation of contact and mobilization committee to expedite alliance talks. Both moves couple with a new name, has helped to silence the sceptics who described the merger as a political jamboree that will soon go the way of the previous attempt to form an opposition party in 2011.

The political landscape has been dogged by the absence of credible and formidable opposition. The new party on the block, has a lot to prove to Nigerians; do they have something different from what the PDP has to offer? Can they prove that they are not the same with the PDP? From their respective states, senatorial districts and other areas they represent, can they genuinely say that they have fared better than the party they oppose? These and more will determine if they will be taken seriously by Nigerians and how far they will go.

The political will demonstrated by the ACN and CPC so far must now be translated to persuasion with renewed optimism and enthusiasm to convince the indifferent factions to be part of the merger. The leaders of the parties in the coalition must be ready to further shift ground in the sacrifice of personal and regional ambition for the merger to come to fruition. The APC must rise above the debate on issues such as the logo, which many observers believe is trivial. Technical and ideological differences like the constitution and manifesto must be given priority as this is the basis for which the opposition party will be weighed with the PDP. There is no merger where the dissolving bodies remain adamant on their ideologies.  A sound ideology will surely boost the APC’s acceptance and penetration. It can learn from the PDP’s lack of internal democracy that has led to incessant wrangling and animosity among its members.

The jostling for the allocation of offices among various political parties in the alliance will be the litmus test of how the APC will deal with the selection process for the candidates before the general elections. It will be interesting to see how the parties will shift ground to concede ideological differences in the larger interest of the new party.

The merger between the ACN and CPC alone might just be enough to see out the PDP, as a school of thought will have us believe. No, it is a political miscalculation. The PDP has gained cult followership over the last 14 years in most rural areas where they have a preponderance of votes cast. A cursory look at the outcome of election since 1999, indicate, the incumbent seldom lose election. The odds are always against the opposition. The PDP had boasted sometime ago, that the merger of all the opposition parties will not be enough to upstage them. No surprise. Over the years the ruling party has enriched a lot of Nigerians who can spread a few billions around the country to win votes from an electorate, a greater proportion, living below the poverty line.

The merger must be consummated in time to allow the APC put proper structure across the geo-political zones to consolidate what the parties already have on ground. Immediate mobilisation and sensitisation of the electorate, down to the grassroots, on the manifesto of the new party must commence.

In the North, the CPC and ANPP has got four states governors, the ACN is well grounded in the South-West, capturing five out of the six states, they can also count on votes from Edo state in the South-South. A faction of APGA led by Imo state governor, and a good structure in other states of the South-East. It is still a far cry from the 23 states the PDP control across the country, but with the merger, the APC can consolidate by retaining those states and hopefully win a few more. The consummation of all four political parties as part of the merger, will give it a national spread and outlook.

The APC must guard against surreptitious tactics by the PDP to stymie the new party using the factions of ANPP and APGA not part of the merger. Effort must be made to woo these disaffected factions who are indifferent to the coalition. The APC must beware of smear campaigns against the drivers of the opposition alliance. With the storm always rocking the PDP boat, the APC should prevent aggrieved members of the PDP from cross-carpeting to the APC, as the aftermath could be grave.

The applecart in waiting for the APC will be the jostle for the nomination for their presidential aspirant and other candidates seeking ticket for various political offices. One that is most likely to generate controversy is the Presidential ticket. General Muhammadu Buhari has in recent time expressed his interest in contesting the 2015 election. His antecedents does not make him popular in the South but his followership in the north puts him in strong position. There is the agitation from the South-East for an Ndigbo presidential aspirant in 2015, the APGA faction will definitely want a look in that direction, even if they have to settle for a VP slot. The South-West have been in and around the corridors of power, Bola Tinubu, still very much in contention. Most Nigerians want a clean break from the old brigade like the PDP has done; preference for younger breed of outstanding politicians from the APC, the likes of Babatunde Fashola, Nasir Elrufai, Nuhu Ribadu, Oby Ezekwesili and a few others have been muted. It will be interesting to see how things play out in the upcoming months.

There is ample time for the  alliance to put its house in order and mobilize well ahead of the general elections, sensitising Nigerians across the nook and cranny that they are a credible alternative to the PDP government. Incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan’s lacklustre performance in office will give the opposition a real chance at the polls if they put their acts together. Gauging the pulse of Nigerians, many are discontent with his leadership. Whoever the APC presents as presidential aspirants, might be given serious consideration at the polls by the electorate.

The APC should look beyond unseating the PDP at the centre. Changing the prevalent socio-political ideology, creating an alternative for development, restructuring and deepening of our political culture should be part of the underpinning ideas driving the new mega party. The government of the day will respond better to criticism from a formidable opposition, thus, raising the bar of leadership and governance that has made the country totter, for many years, on the thread line of disaster. Beyond reasonable doubt, the APC must prove to Nigerians that “when they come on board” it won’t be time for them to have their own share of the “national cake.”

Some cynics have expressed caution in the euphoria that welcomed the announcement of the APC as they reason it is a merger of strange bedfellows with a DNA of the PDP. They say the merger will fail, just as the previous attempt to form an opposition alliance in 2011. Even if it fails, at least they had the courage to try. There is no political party made of saints anywhere, we all have a past that we are not proud of. The leaders of the opposition forming the alliance - if for nothing - laying their personal ambition on the alter of opposition merger should be commended. Rather than playing second fiddle to the political party that vaunts itself as the largest in Africa, they have put individual aspirations aside in the hope of a new vista for Nigeria. For those who have chosen to remain armchair critics and spectocrats waiting for saints and perfectionist to form a political party, they need not wait much longer; the imminent collapse of the entity called Nigeria!

Theophilus Ilevbare ( reports.

*Photo Caption – Map of Nigeria

 [ Masterweb Reports ] – Gov. Obi has charged the Bishops and pastors in charge in various missionary hospitals and institutions the Government of Anambra State is erecting over 25 buildings in to double their efforts towards the completion of the various projects. He also extended this to contarctors handling different projects in the State, ranging from roads to water projects. He said this yesterday during the routine visit to some of the hospitals, including St. Joseph Hospital, Adazi-Nnukwu; Iyienu Hospital, Ogidi; School of Medical Laboratory of immaculate Heart of Mary Sisters, Umuoji; Old People's Home, Nkpor, Girls' High School, Agulu, among others, were Government is building various structures.

He Governor assured them that money is not the problem as his Government, through savings and prudence management of the resources of the State, as well as support from development partners, has enough money for all ongoing projects in the State as well as those that will be started In no distant time.

Obi, who distributed cheques totally 100 Million Naira to them, explained that Government's support for missionary schools and hospitals were informed by the fact that those institutions render quality services to the people of the State at subsidized prices. Besides, he said, Since the Government started executing projects directly through the beneficiaries; the culture of endless variations has stopped. “I am even willing to deepen my collaboration with the Church and all organizations of goodwill.

Speaking while receiving the cheque for support for Old People's home, the Superior General of Sisters of Immaculate Heart of Mary, Mother Mary Claude Oguh said that in Governor Obi, Anambra State was witnessing a Governor and a leader who led by example of personal rectitude, fear of God and the zeal to build a better society for posterity. She assured him that the money given to them will be judiciously used.

At St. Joseph Hospital and Girls' High School, Agulu, Bishop Paulinus Ezeokafor said that Obi remained the best Governor Anambra has had since the creation of the State. “Whenever I say this, some people are not happy, but we cannot shy away from proclaiming obvious truth because some people prefer propaganda and falsehood"' the Bishop said. He prayed to God to give the State another Governor better than or at least as good as Governor Obi.

*Photo Caption - Gov. Obi (1st left), presenting a cheque of 50 Million to Bishop Paulinus Ezeokafor (2nd left) for the ongoing project at St. Joseph Hospital, Adazi- Nnukwu. On the 1st right is Hon. Nikky Ugochukwu and on the 2nd right is Prof. Chinyere Okunna.

 [ Masterweb Reports ] – Irri community was one of the peaceful communities in Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta State, until in 1989/1990 when the Late Archbishop Benson Idahosa of Church of God Mission International had a strong altercation with his former second-in-command, Archbishop Apena of Bethseda Church International which almost created a mini-war that resulted into massive destruction of property that worth millions of naira and people were wickedly killed and ostracized from the community. After that similar incident, Irri community is one the largest community in both Isoko South and Isoko North that has over 9 villages which include Ivrogbo, Ada, Uro, Ivori, Ikpide, Idheze, Utwe, Ekenni, Orie and others.

In the late 80s, similar leadership crisis on oil dichotomy also resulted in one of the Irri communities, precisely Idheze Irri where High Chief Sergeant Uredi and Late Chief Owajutome fought mercilessly that torn the community apart where some Idheze people went on compulsory exiles and some were grossly ostracized and victimized by powers that be. Though Idheze community was divided into two parts where some weresupported by the former and others for the latter. Most of these notorious crises emanated from the oil companies that were found in these Irri communities where some Isoko power brokers wanted to take all benefits that belong to these suffering communities without considering the community people that owns the land. Idheze community crisis took many years to be totally resolved after many lost of precious lives, intimidation of certain Isoko cabals and ingenious powers in the community.

It took the intervention of government and some notable Irri sons and daughters to amicably nail the crisis to the bud. Even as many political elections were conducted in all the Irri communities, no crisis emanated until one Chief Joshua Uturu, a former Irri President- General, ordinarily, a community leader not a registered one almost torn Irri community into a free for all fight trying to incorporate Agip oil under his own name through influence in government circles. The so-called and self-styled Chief Joshua Uturu leadership crisis started in 2009 where over innocent and hapless eighteen persons were killed with no just cause. The fear of living in Irri community under Uturu 1 was the beginning of being killed indiscriminately or publicly without any protection from government security agencies. Even most of the Isoko community crises were caused by the Agip oil, Chevron and others for not pacting with the host communities on MOU.Uzere lingering crisis waas caused by Agip oil by some dubious elements who wereonly interested in enriching themselves and nothing else. Even Emede and Igbide crisis in the late 90s was caused by land dispute while oil companies were not exempted from the issue. In 2007, precisely, Ekpe in Ndokwa East had land dispute with Ivrogbo-Irri which Shell discovered oil that almost made these two communities resulted into fierce war but was intercepted by some eminent sons of the latter.

To some large extent, the Irri community lingering communal crisis that has led to the killings of innocent sons and daughters of the peaceful Irri kingdom was pioneered by Uturu 1.Though many people believed much on Uturu because the community was controlled by certain cabals that led to the Lagos based Chief to be nominated as the fearless former President- General that could take the people to the promised land without qualms but abysmally failed to carry the people along when the ovation was the loudest. Despite the efforts of His royal Majesty Oviese Eba Ojenuwe 11, Odiologbo of Irri kingdom to resolve the issue which the then Assistant Inspector General of Police in charge of Zone 5, Benin City, Edo state, Baba Ahmed was accused of releasing some Uturu boys and collaborators that allegedly involved in the series of murder in the kingdom. Several petitions were sent to the Inspector- General of Police, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan, Delta State Governor and President Jonathan Goodluck to arrest Uturu and his boys with no avail until the late Barrister Alex Ofehe personally wrote a petition against him that led to his arrest.Uturu was a fearless leader with high connection from above and a notorious mafia in Irri community. He initially had good intention to integrate Irri community as one but Agip oil brought the total distraction. The problem with the said Uturu is that after completing his second tenure in office as a President- General of Irri community, he dubiously and unconstitutionally opted for third term as the then former President Olusegun Obasanjo wanted to do in 2007, which was contrary to Irri constitution with his maladministration, highhandedness and misappropriation of Irri community funds. The Uturu crisis was even worse than Boko Haram saga in the Northern parts of Nigeria.

Those who benefitted from Chief Joshua Uturu has equally denied him since he was incarcerated in the Kwale prison while only few people still pay him visit in the prison. One of the problems that escalated Uturu’s mindset was that some of his faithful and dedicated followers were afraid to advice him rather than supported his infamous moves of eliminating innocent Irri sons and daughters in the land. Several security curfews were imposed by the State governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan to quell the situation but the crisis generated into uncontrollable tactics that Chief Uturu was untouchable together with his sponsored boys. Again, some of these innocent Irri sons and daughters were killed by Uturu’s squad are yet to be interred while some of his political groups are making significant moves to see that Uturu is released from the prison while all aggrieved parties resolved the altercation for future progress of the Irri community. But rumors making round indicated that Uturu was released on bail that his camp was overwhelmed and elated to welcome their mentor only to be told that he was re-arrested by the police and with several court charges of murder case against him of 2011.Chief Joshua Uturu was once a leader with vision who saw Irri community as the only community to influence tangible projects to the youths and others. Some schools of thought assume that Chief Uturu is cooling his feet in Kwale prison pending when the court would grant him bail if the need arises. Though, many people saw Uturu as a wicked leader who created unnecessary problems to Irri community with amidst tears of lost of innocent souls. In spite that government officials paid courtesy visits to make peace in the land, Uturu never care to listen to these advisers rather doing what he liked best in terms of community leadership and others.

The fear that Uturu would be released soon has created palpable fears of some of the Irri people that went on compulsory exiles only to return after Uturu’s arrest. Lastly, Chief Uturu only met the crisis which he was sent from Lagos to resolve the crisis amicably over some powerful Irri community cabals that used National Agip Oil Company (NAOC) to manipulate its people without considering its implications. The state of Irri community was an eyesore where people fled to nearby Isoko communities for protection of being killed unjustly by the killers’ gang. Again Uturu intended to incorporate his name on Agip oil as his own property without the notice of the community. Most of the Isoko community crises are caused by oil companies. For Irri community to have glowing serene environment, all the affected families of the slain victims must be compensated and befitted burial ceremonies should be organized to the victims too. These sets of cabals from 2000 to 2002 have been using NAOC to defraud its people which instituted panel set up to checkmate the excesses of some of the past and present Irri community leaders over the activities of Agip oil since it came to the land. It is time for Agip oil and other oil companies to enter into signed Global Memoranda of Understanding (GMOU) with Irri community on how to provide Scholarships for all Irri students to the University level both abroad and Nigeria. Some of the prominent sons and daughters that contributed to the peace of Irri community which must be commended are Hon. Benjamin Essien, Hon Raphael Okelezo, Rt, Major-General Paul Omu, Rt. Gen Alex Ogbomudia, Dr Gregory Akpojene, Senator Stella Omu, Hon Fineboy Dickson, Prof. Ekoko and others.

Godday Odidi (08058124798) reports from 20 oro street Ajegunle Apapa Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria.

*Photo Caption - Map of Nigeria showing its 36 states (including Delta State), and Federal capital (Abuja or FCT).

 [ Masterweb Reports ] - There will be nothing like a continued One-Nigeria by December this year. Those who plot increased abominations but say they are planning for a centenary celebration of goodness are living in the depth of darkness and ignorance. The abominations of a continued One-Nigeria have overflown their banks and there are no more reservations to contain Nigeria's collection of doom-treasures because the land has caved in as a result of overburdening. The cycle of atrocities in Nigeria has grown and matured just as those who have recycled leadership amongst themselves - even to their hard-hearing and blind grayness. The perpetual shackle with which these verminous entities have bound the lots of these misjudged and mistreated, as Britain did do, has worn out and cut loose. Those who have thought, believed and reserved for themselves the taskmaster's whip will be bound and tasked by their.......Read More
*Photo Caption - Map and Flag of Nigeria

 [ Masterweb Reports ] - Oloibiri, a historic landmark, gave Nigeria its first oil well in June, 1956 and thereafter seemed to have been forgotten. The mother of Nigeria’s black gold was literally sucked dry and left in a state of squalor. Oloibiri, in Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, catapulted Nigeria into the prestigious league of major crude oil exporting countries of the world. But Nigeria has not been kind to Oloibiri. Odi, another blur in our history, leapt into the Nigerian consciousness in November, 1999 when soldiers invaded the town in search of a militant group that allegedly killed 9 policemen that had gone into the community to arrest a notorious gang. The then President Olusegun Obasanjo promptly dispatched soldiers to the community and razed it to the ground. The common thread running through these two iconic towns is their.......Read More
*Photo Caption - Nigeria's first oil well in Oloibiri

 [ Masterweb Reports ] – The Senior Special Assistant to Gov. Peter Obi on Media and Publicity, Mr. Valentine Obienyem said that the preoccupation of his boss was to sustain the development of Anambra State. This, he explained, is the reason why the Governor is working simultaneously on all sectors and has refused to be distracted by the antics of those who believe that governance is all about playing politics with the lives of the people. In a statement made available to the press yesterday, Obienyem particularly condemned the statement credited to the Special Assistant on Media to the Governor of Imo State, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, stating that the All Progressive Congress (APC) would win Anambra State in 2014. His words: “I am pretty sure that the statement is another case of an overzealous aide saying things his boss would not have sanctioned if he saw it, which he probably might have rebuked him for as that is exactly what Obi would have done if his aide issued such a reckless statement. It is reckless, unguarded and would have ended up sowing seeds of discord were it directed to a person not as accommodating, understanding, mature and humble as Obi.”

Obienyem wondered what Uzoukwa meant by Obi being an APGA-PDP. He said that right from the formation of APGA, that Obi has remained its backbone in terms of support, financially or otherwise and that if the aide knew that it was Obi who encouraged Owelle Rochas to enter APGA, that he would realize that both Governors should remain brothers which they are rather than make statements that defy rationality. He maintained that consistent with his known character laced with integrity, that his boss , as he himself, has always said, would remain in APGA and would not, like some politicians do, jump from one party to the other.

Obienyem said that from Uzoukwa’s statement, it was obvious they call Obi APGA-PDP, because the President had taken him into confidence by appointing him his Special Adviser on Finance and into many Committees. He reminded him that the appointments were not because of politics but because the President saw in Obi a qualified man to assist him, like many other Nigerians, in the task of building a better country. “If not for the limitations of our people, that the President of a country has taken one of their own into confidence should be a thing to be celebrated. Rather, even his own people view it with jealousy, envy and wickedness that defy understanding,” Obienyem said.

Recalling the sitting incident that took place at Enugu, where aides to both Governors tried to mess them up because of a non-issue, he called on aides to both Governors to help them positively rather than getting them caught in controversies that are uncalled for.

*Photo Caption - Gov. Peter Obi