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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the release of $1 billion (an equivalent of N360bn) for procurement of security equipment to fight insecurity in the country. The Minister of Defence Mansur Dan-Ali, disclosed this to State House correspondents on Wednesday after a three-hour meeting Buhari had with service chiefs and heads of other security agencies.
 
"What I can add, after all that I have said is to inform you that of recent, our leader, President Muhammadu Buhari gave approval for the purchase of more equipment for the military, worth $1 billion," the minister said.
 
The Vice President Yemi Osinbajo-led National Economic Council comprising state governors had last year resolved that $1 billion be withdrawn from the Excess Crude Account to fight the insurgency.
 
The decision had elicited criticisms from various groups and individuals, including the governor of Ekiti State, Ayo Fayose.
 
The defence minister said the Wednesday's meeting discussed the current activities in most of the states of the federation, including Taraba, Zamfara and others.
 
He said the government had "operationalised a division in Sokoto, there will be a Brigade in Katsina and another Brigade in Zamfara that will take care of security situation in that area.
 
"Of course, the strength of security personnel has increased, including the Air Force, additional quick response group, they have added enough manpower in that area."
 
He said the government was still making all available efforts to ensure the safe release of Leah Sharibu’s, one or the schoolgirls of Dapchi, Yobe State, kidnapped by Boko Haram insurgents in February.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari
 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari said the death of South-African anti-apartheid icon, Mrs Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, was a huge loss to Africa. The president said this in a statement yesterday by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu.
 
Buhari said the deceased was a woman of uncommon determination, steadfastness and perseverance who held aloft the torch of the struggle against institutionalised discrimination even while her ex-husband, the late Madiba, President Nelson Mandela was incarcerated.
 
Buhari, on behalf of the government and people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, commiserated with the family of the deceased, the government and people of South Africa, urging them to be consoled by the knowledge that the late Winnie Mandela’s contributions to ending apartheid would not be forgotten.
 
According to him, the late Mrs Mandela remained a pride not only to the African woman, but indeed all Africans.
 
The president prayed that almighty God comfort all those mourning the departed and grant her soul eternal rest.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari
 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Presidency said none of President Muhammadu Buhari’s contemporaries in the army and former leaders advising him against seeking re-election can stop him in 2019.
 
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said in an interview in Abuja that even if they contested against Buhari, he would defeat them.
 
A former president, Olusegun Obasanjo and a former military president, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, had earlier this year separately written scathing letters advising Buhari not to run for the 2019 presidential election.
 

The presidential spokesman said he would advise Buhari to run for second term "because he richly deserves a second term in office."
 
He said: "My response to them (Buhari’s contemporaries in the military and former leaders) is that if they like, they can come and contest against President Buhari. He will defeat them, all of them."
 

Shehu also explained that Buhari was yet to declare his intention for 2019, because he was focused on the problems facing the nation.
 
"The president himself, his passion is for the country. This is a president whose passion is not even for the office. Even when everyone is asking him to go for a second term, he is keeping quiet because his focus remains the nation and the problems of the country," he said.
 
For those asking Buhari not to talk about second term when people are hungry, Shehu said: "With all the noise the PDP is making, even during their tenure as president did they give breakfast lunch and dinner to every citizen? Is there any country in which someone does not go hungry? I am not saying it is perfectly in order but they are just politicizing these issues.
 

"This is a government that has removed this country from the shame of food importation, every state of the country now is into rice production, and we are feeding not only Nigeria but West Africa. And the government is working on having respectable prices for food items; food inflation is coming down grossly. Everyone complaining of hunger should go and work."
 

The presidential spokesman hinted that Buhari would continue working with all his ministers, since he had not sacked them as being demanded in some quarters.
 

Shehu defended the proposed amnesty for the Boko Haram insurgents, saying "Whoever is peddling these rumours that Boko Haram is being granted amnesty and so on, I would ask them who doesn’t want to make peace with the enemy? In any case, as it is proverbially said, all wars end up in the boardroom. You can defeat people technically in the field but at the end you must come to the conference room to resolve all issues."
 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Presidency yesterday described as shocking and scary, comments by a former Minister of Defence, Theophilus Danjuma, calling on Nigerians to defend themselves from attacks.
 
It appealed to prominent Nigerians, who have national influence, to use their influence wisely and not continue to engage in public declarations that are likely to inflame emotional passions and threaten national security.
 
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, in a statement, said silence can be dignified, but sometimes it can be misinterpreted and exploited.
 
Shehu, who did not mention any name, stated: "It is both shocking and scary to hear the recent comments by a senior citizen calling on Nigerians to defend themselves."
 
Danjuma, who is also a one-time Chief of Army Staff, at the maiden convocation of Taraba State University, Jalingo, on March 24, accused the Armed Forces of aiding attacks by bandits on communities across the country.
 
He explained that "The armed forces are not neutral. They collude with the armed bandits that kill people, kill Nigerians. They facilitate their movement. They cover them. If you are depending on the armed forces to stop the killings, you will die one by one," he said.
 
The elder statesman, who was conferred with an honorary Doctor of Science degree at the convocation, warned that if such attacks continued, the consequences would make what happened in Somalia a child’s play.
 
According to him, the military could not be relied upon for the security of the citizenry and advised Nigerians to rise up to defend themselves or risk massacre.
 
The former defence minister spoke against the backdrop of incessant attacks in his home state of Taraba, stressing that everyone should rise up and defend themselves.
 
Danjuma described Taraba as a mini Nigeria with multiple cultural heritage that bandits are trying to destroy.
 
But Shehu said the Presidency was very worried that criminal gangs would feel justified in defying legal governing and democratic institutions and authority of legitimately elected democratic government if unrestrained pronouncements are made.
 
He said the Presidency commended the military’s efforts to maintain peace and stability despite being pulled in various directions by elements determined to destabilize the country and government for their selfish reasons.
 
"Which country would survive if its citizens rise against the country’s organized, trained and equipped military?, the presidential spokesman asked.
 
He said the Presidency advised former leaders to take advantage of the various fora where people with a history of national security could offer advice to the government without resorting to the exploitation of emotional sentiments.
 
The statement noted that the Nigeria civil war motto "To keep Nigeria one is a task that must be done" rings very timely at this time in the nation’s history.
 
"We must be careful to avoid the mess that destroyed other African countries like Somalia," Shehu cautioned.
 
The Nigerian Army had also commented on Danjuma’s convocation speech, urging Nigerians and especially citizens of Taraba State to disregard the statements.
 
The Director, Army Public Relations, Brigadier-General Texas Chukwu, in a statement also warned that whoever is found with arms will be arrested and prosecuted in accordance with the laws of the land.
 
He noted that the army views Danjuma’s statement as unfortunate since it was made at a critical time when the military had embarked on demilitarization of the north.
 
*Photo Caption - Theophilus Danjuma
 



 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Presidency has challenged individual leaders of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to publicly and voluntarily tell Nigerians "how much they stole". It said they should also agree to cough up their illegal acquisition of wealth if they want their apology to be taken seriously by Nigerians.
 
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Malam GarbaShehu, in a statement yesterday advised Nigerians to be cautious of the "less-than-honest apology" offered by the PDP’s national chairman, Mr. Uche Secondus.
 
Shehu said the point made by the Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, was apt and on cue that there were heavy moral duties that go with apologies if the culprits wanted to be taken seriously.
 
According to Shehu, the PDP is desperate to recapture power because it no longer has unhindered access to national resources for private uses and its apology should be seen in this context.
 
"The PDP has not even acknowledged the fact that it plundered the national economy, and for a party that dismissed the anti-corruption war as a political witch hunt, it is impossible to believe that its public apology comes from the bottom of the heart. Even desperate thieves apologize because they are caught and not because they are incapable of repeating the crime if they had another opportunity," he said.
 
*Photo Caption - PDP logo
 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Eyo Charles reports ] - The government of Cross River State has named an abandoned baby after the state governor, Prof Ben Ayade. This is because it took the effort of Ayade’s officials to discover the day-old baby which was abandoned at a private medical facility on March 20. The hospital could not readily disclose the name of the mother, whom they said could not be older than 16.
 
The Director General of the State Primary Healthcare Development Agency, Dr Betta Edu, said she had to name the baby boy Anderson Ayade because the facility where he was born is called Anderson Primary Healthcare Center Calabar, and because the state government would henceforth cater for the baby.
 
The chief community health officer, Mrs. Elizabeth Offiong, explained that when the teenage mother came, she had lamented the ordeal she was facing and threatened to dump the baby afterwards.
 
Offiong said, "After giving birth, the girl refused to undergo series of tests as she out rightly rejected the food bought for her. She refused all our offers to treat her and rather insisted that she didn’t want the child.
 

"She threatened to dump the baby in the gutter if government would not take him. All efforts to persuade her to receive treatment were unsuccessful as she ran away and abandoned her newborn baby."
 

Speaking after naming the baby after Gov Ayade, Edu blamed the situation on rampant, promiscuous and carefree attitude of young people these days, which result in unwanted pregnancies.
 
Dr. Edu thanked God that the teenager managed to access the health center to deliver the child rather than delivering at home and dumping her in a toilet or bush, which probably would have led to the death of the baby.
 

She noted that the Ayade administration "believes that every child deserves to live, and every child should be wanted and be planned for. If you don’t want to have children then take up family planning."
 

While assuring that government would take over the support of the child until proper adoption is done, Edu said the sensitization campaign by her agency against promiscuous living and drugs had somehow helped.
 

"We are also going from house to house to convince them to take up family planning but many have rejected it," she said.
 

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