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Mrs. Idah Pswarayi Riddihough announced the 1 Million Dollars grant for Onitsha city to develop its own Urban Storm water Master plan from Climate Change funds. She said this at a meeting between the World Bank and Governor Peter Obi in Abuja on Monday, March 5. She said it was in recognition of Obi’s concern for the environment.

The primary purpose of the Storm Water Master Plan, according to the State Commissioner for Environment who confirmed the development, is to establish standard principles and practices for the analysis, design and construction of drainage systems in the city for the benefit and safety of the community. He said the measure was part of the long term efforts by the Government of Gov. Peter Obi to prevent flooding in the city.
Since Onitsha was named by the UN Habitst as one of the fastest growing five intermediary cites in the world, and exhibited in China, it has been drawing international attention.
Commenting on the development, Obi said that the project would form part of cocktail of projects to be aggressively implemented in Onitsha in the bid to completely restore its lost glory.

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Foundation matters in all – everything comes with its foundation. In architecture, and indeed, in every other sphere of life, growth and living, foundation takes center stage. If you have got to go higher, then you have got to dig lower; and if you must stand taller, then your roots must, of all principles, be deeper than the evident other. Today, even as science has advance beyond initial imagination, men still stand amazed at the foundations that the sculptor of life has laid for His universe. There’s absolutely no searching of the height or the dept of His wisdom; He is, in Himself, The Foundation of all who stand in The Truth. In all of these, He never played with foundations. No wonder His Spirit asks: “if the foundation be destroyed, what can the righteous do?’ Governments, countries, institutions – even families – all these know the value of foundations. However, foundations differ from each other, and everything which must stand the test of time must have its foundation built in the vision of its limitations. A man who says he was wrong about the foundation is a man who never planned to establish because, when one thinks of building, he remembers: “Building on what?” This is how many countries came to stand, and many others came to break apart since the law of life stands sure that “Every tree which my father has not planted must be uprooted.” Those who lead the abomination called Nigeria know this, and this is why corruption has become the first legalized credential for any official post in Nigeria. America knows this, Britain knows this, and nations that are standing and strong today also know this. Israel knows this too; that tells why there has remained a resolve to keep fixed. Britain knew this when they forced many repelling, ever-diverging and distinctly unique peoples together under an abomination of an amalgam with a name from hell called Nigeria.
Today, it’s important that the British government, and indeed the whole world, know that the root of Nigeria’s shame and pain from time to date is clearly and unmistakably found in the government of the United Kingdom; therefore, the burdens that we have borne for nearly a century under this Nigeria is now, by every law (whether you believe in God’s justice, karma, repercussion, retributive returns, nature, etc), returning to its mother – Britain and her. Britain stands as the mother of the curse of Nigeria on those imposed with a name as demonic as “Nigerians.” Why I have chosen to write this is not because I have not alluded to this truth before, nor is it because I have not been frontal and direct with it: the purpose is a response to Britain and their incessant and care-less deportation of those she has compelled, not from God but from the flesh, to imposingly dwell together under “One-Nigeria” for the sole benefit of the West and the “assured,” if creation wills it, the annihilation of the black race. This is what the government of Her Majesty has done in virtually all African countries and beyond. However, the masterpiece of Britain’s treacherous and punishable evil found its museum of all negative things at the bedrock of Nigeria’s so-called oneness. 
The voice of true power shall not cease to speak against Britain’s evil in “Nigeria” until absolute justice takes its course. Not once have we heard of how the British government destroys our youths: they took away our rights and compelled us to become modern and computerized slaves for the West. When the burden and pains of this enslavement by those who came with the gospel in one hand and the chains of hell in the other became too unbearable that we couldn’t even craw under it, we made our decision to withdraw our necks and find rest, and we thought that the message which they brought had taken root in them. But nay! They are from the branches of the Pharisees and Sadducees, and the tax collectors: as “the teachers of the law and the bringers of salvation,” they heaped on the “Southern Nigerians,” especially the Igbo, the contradictions of the message their missionaries brought. They laid unbearable loads on us – telling us what God expects and whet they demand. In all these, they would not lift a finger to help if they have not extracted the last drop of blood and every string of will. And as tax collectors, they turned our land into their harvest field and would put any price on anything and compel you to pay. May God never forget their evil against my people! Amen! The government of Britain actively laid the foundation of their Nigeria (a name given by a mistress under the spirit of debauchery) in masterminded chaos, injustice, deprivation, marginalization, bloodletting and everything downwards. This was their intention: to keep the seed of growth and excellence in Africa unplanted – making sure that the world understands that even though they brought the gospel of Jesus Christ, they actually and committedly live by the lies of Satan. How evil! How hellish can a land and a people claiming excellence be!
The hellish foundation which Brittan and its allies compelled the true heart of Africa to live in and called it Nigeria has wriggled through in its pool of blood into maturity – to the full stature of all unimaginable levels of abominations. While their puppets in Nigeria’s governance make steady barbecue of those still compelled as Nigerians, Britain and its allies milk the land dry by helping them to launder the country’s wealth into their various banks and financial structures. Over the years, what these limitless evils have achieved have included mass migration of those called Nigerians to every conceivable nation, country, jungle, holes, etc, in search of life. To the obvious, outside Nigeria, attempts may be made to describe what life really looks like – even if that African man’s description became what the West and their generations have, in time, termed as “Black:” Blackman, black magic, black market, blackmail, blacklist, etc to mean everything illegal, bad and inherently evil. The water and the oil which were used by the brutish-British to chuck the blocks of Nigeria’s foundation have, since 1914, been fighting against each other. It was no coincidence; this was the 21st century Western-modeled Africa’s continued enslavement in the hands of the West. To the British, “the mastery of wisdom can only be ascertained by their usefulness in annihilating perceived, competitive threats.” How sad, ignoble, inferior and wicked! A kingdom that cannot stand except by invading other peaceful people and compelling them into slavery is no kingdom and, therefore, must fall. Ask The Persians, the Greece, and even the Romans.
As it is today, there are millions of people with the accursed (at least, everyone firmly agrees to this) passport of Nigeria – hovering, staggering and scampering from pillar to post in different countries where their wealth have been laundered to. Some go with the belief that “the white man is just.” Therefore, they sell their inheritance, and some even go a-borrowing to “invest” in their journey to “the green and promising lands of the wise.” From their embassies in Nigeria, one may be lucky to receive a smile; but on reaching their entry-points, Nigerians become their bunch of a tripod stand: a smelly dog, a minting machine and a slave. If they can’t be any of these three as a result of your expectations and that of those who are home, then they turn them into prisoners or, with ignominy, deport them. As it is today, our young men are scampering to marry their grannies just to have a paper in a land where they are not assured of anything. May God judge the wicked! Amen.
If this is the democracy which the west insists on for all, then democracy is inherently evil. Democracy is modern enslavement because only those at the top get justice. But God corrects the madness of men in His time. Nigerians, especially of Igbo race, have perished in their countless numbers in different parts of African, European, Asian and Western routes – all in search of succor. The British government turned a blessed people into vagabonds. But today, the curse has revered: not only Igbo shrieked at the burden. For those who are burdened with injustice and those who inflict the injustice, one thing is common: both shall cry until God brings justice. And the justice is here indeed. Even those who have blessed themselves with the curse of Nigeria’s continued oneness cannot find in peace in their dark: some of their excellently trained children have become terrorists and suicide bombers, while their land cries of marginalization. Who marginalized and marginalizes who? Let justice rain from heaven upon and against the hands that compelled Nigeria and upon the hands that sustain her. Let those countries and so-called “United Kingdom” who would prefer us disunited by compelling ever-diverging and opposing kingdoms together - bound for destruction. Let the destruction the enemies have lined up for my people begin to fall upon their most treasured places and begin to pull down their financial and security citadels and dismantle the temple of their god, mammon. Let Dagon fall upon its face in shame. Today, as other countries (even in Africa and Asia) take pleasure in dehumanizing and humiliating those bound under the Name Nigeria, Britain has started, yet again, a mass-deportation of Nigerians. Why do you deport them; to what do you send them: to prostitution/robbery, or perhaps to kidnappings, terrorism and death? I, just as Daddy Dim did on June, 1, 1969, accuse you: “We have fought alone, we have fought with honor, we have fought in the highest traditions of Christian civilization. Yet, the very custodians of this civilization and our one-time mentors, are the very self-same monsters who have vowed to devour us.” You made our home a viper’s den, yet you would not grant us a moment’s peace. Britain! Your actions have judged you! You are the land of streaming blood of the innocent – a land of murderers! And unless you repent, you will likewise perish!
Nigeria is breaking into parts, and Britain is wise enough (in the standard of men) to take this opportunity and alter her many mistakes and sins in “Nigeria” by doing acts of repentance. The land of Britain has sinned against Igbo land where God dwells, and against Igbo people, and against all those compelled under the accursed abomination called “One-Nigeria.” The government of Her Majesty plotted our annihilation; but “If the Lord had not been on our side—let Israel say— if the Lord had not been on our side when men attacked us, when their anger flared against us, they would have swallowed us alive; the flood would have engulfed us, the torrent would have swept over us, the raging waters would have swept us away. Praise be to the Lord, who has not let us be torn by their teeth. We have escaped like a bird out of the fowler’s snare; the snare has been broken, and we have escaped. Our help is in the name of the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.” Amen. I admonish the government of “Her Majesty” to, without delay, rescind all her supports for this abomination called Nigeria, and to immediately give every necessary assistance towards a peaceful break-up. If you refuse to do so, the so-called “United Kingdom” may turn out to become a United and mutual self-destruction. If there is ‘explosion’ in English words, then there must be an ‘implosion’ as well.
As for us, Igbo, and as many as believe in the truth of Jesus Christ, “now are we the sons of God.” I make no mention of those whose only intention of allowing the gospel to get to us was to further enslave: they claim to have come to abolish slave trade, but they brought about national enslavement - and they enslaved us. At a time they even plotted our annihilation. May God alone be praised who has left remnant of His people in the land that we may grow to tell of His wonders! Every price we needed to ever pay has been charged to Jesus’ account. Even though the burden, Nigeria, rose against us with the full backing of Britain, Europe, Islamic World, and indeed many other countries who loved peace but would neither allow it for others nor speak the truth, the shield of God gave us songs of “Happy Survival!” Today, we have come alive!  Survival was made through the power of resurrection, Life came in glory. For those who bless us, blessed shall they be henceforth, and for those who curse us – by their plots, schemes, spoken and written words, agreements and actions – they have pronounced a perfect judgment for themselves. And for those whom the Lord has blessed, we shall bless; but for those whose unbelief and rejection have been made a curse before God, never will my lips bless them. God forbid that I say to that man whom God has cursed: “You are blessed.”  To Britain and all those who claim omniscience, to those who would neither enter into the kingdom of truth nor will they allow others to enter, I say: Loose your hold on yourself!  You believe that what you have is perfect and true – especially whenever you look at what you have made those compelled under the accursed name, Nigeria, become: a mockery and a pitiable sight before you all. Yet, in Africa, you would rather place diplomacy above your god: Democracy. You believe, but your belief is evidently false. You, Britain, had the wherewithal to force upon different nations a center of evil, corruption and hell called Nigeria; why would you not have had the wherewithal for United Kingdom’s-kind-of democracy in Nigeria if not because of your eternal determination to live by the flesh of Africans and others? You talk about time to evolve, then where is your science and your democracy? Even when you think that justice has been served amongst all members of the “United Kingdom,” those kingdoms within it still reserve the right to go their way. The ear of God has heard how you have responded to it so far; Biafra and the freedom of Igbo out of what is called Nigeria will be your witness. This 2012 is time to gather the documents of blackmailed agreement for the enslavement of those eternally declared free from above, till date, under the evil cord of Nigeria. 2013 will be a New Year - the first year for all who were bound and tied to the foundation of falsehood and hell – foundation dug by Britain and its allies to advance their folly, and given the name - Nigeria. Let the heavens echo this voice of truth and let the earth obey! Amen. 

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A community leader in Anambra State, Chief Anthony Agidigbo Oguejiofor has appealed to the Igbos  everywhere they are to thank Gov. Peter Obi of Anambra for the care and love he extended to Dim Chukwuemeneka Odumegwu-Ojukwu  when  he was ill. He said this yesterday while speaking to journalist in Nnewi.
Oguejiofor, who said he followed the progress of Ojukwu since November last year he was flown to London for treatment, said it was uncommon for a Governor to have visited him 9 times as Gov. Obi did in London in less than a year. He said that by  his action, Obi showed us the value he placed on the man, Ojukwu. “But looking at the euphoria that greeted his death and the some many positive tributes, one is inclined to believe that Obi was right”, he said.
Oguejiofor thanked the Governor for not joining in the league of those claiming to be anointed by Ojukwu or were present when Ojukwu anointed the person that would replace him, saying that he had shown enough leadership to the Igbo people characterised by sacrifice, which, according to him, the people were taking notice off.
On the specific sacrifices Obi made for Ojukwu, Agidigbi said that even when he celebrated his last birthday on the 4th of November, 2011, that his wife, Bianca Odumwgwu-Ojukwu said it herself that Obi was responsible for the hospital and other  bills running into hundreds of thousands of Naira. He also said that the burial Committee had revealed that Obi was the major figure behind the huge success of the burial ceremony.
Thanking other Governors for their own contributions, Oguejiofor said that Obi had shown that he would always rise to any occasion, be it developmental as he was doing in the State or through any other acts  that would bring glory to the people of the State, as he did with the burial of Ojukwu.

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Masterweb News Team was on the ground when Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu was buried in his hometown, Nnewi, Anambra State on Friday, March 2. Ojukwu's body laid in state in his compound in Nnewi next to St. Michael's Catholic Church on the burial day between 9.00 am to 10.00 am, followed by a requiem (funeral) mass and tributes between 10.15 am to 1.45 pm. Ojukwu's adult sons, Sylvester and Emeka Jnr., and his widow, Bianca were at the service. Also in attendance were Peter Obi, Anambra State Governor and President Goodluck Jonathan, among other distinguished guests including Ralph Uwechue, President General, Ohaneze Ndigbo and Martins Elechi, Ebonyi State Governor. The closed casket of Ojukwu's body was placed about seven feet to the alter with Bianca sitting in a church pew a few feet from the casket.  
The requiem mass ended at 1.30 pm after which Governor Obi and President Jonathan amongst other important dignitaries delivered tributes on Late Dim Ojukwu. Jonathan said he would never forget meeting Ojukwu at his father's burial in the Niger Delta, during which he embraced him as a brother and father. He thanked Ndigbo for their support in the last elections.
The coffin was sprinkled with Holy Water and incensed at the end of the tributes and while the casket was taken away from the church in paradisium ( "May the angels lead you unto paradise. The martyrs welcome you as you draw near; and lead you into Jerusalem, the heavenly city." ) sung. The casket, draped in Nigerian national colours of green-white-green, was carried into Ojukwu's compound at 1.53 pm by senior army officers.
Church mourners and thousands restricted from the church due to space and security issues overwhelmed Ojukwu's compound gate under tight security control, questioning and screening. Important dignitaries and few members of the public were allowed-in due to mainly space issues. Members of the media were not spared as they had to struggle under life-threatening crowd control measures to enter the compound. A member of Masterweb News Team was forced into the gutter as soldiers and police repelled the surging crowd with whips (Koboko) and batons. Fight broke out at a point between soldiers and police on one side and an armed unidentified security detail in mufti who was denied entry into the compound. The combined team of soldiers and police bundled the armed security detail who also cocked his gun away. It was a frightening scene. The crowd surged again after the incident with security forces unleashing whips and batons on people, resulting in stampede as they fled the gate area. A police officer who was pushed down in the panic, got up and released a canister of tear gas which worsened the situation with people running faster, coughing, sneezing and knocking down anything on their path. A  Masterweb reporter who was inside St. Michael's Catholic Church compound about 100 meters from Ojukwu's compound gate reported people coughing, sneezing and running away from the church compound. It was a bizarre scene for mourners of their hero.
Ojukwu's body was lowered into the grave at 2.45 pm after prayers, and both the grave and casket sprinkled with Holy Water and incensed. 
Masterweb will published more photo news of its coverage of Enyimba Stadium funeral honour of Dim Ojukwu and final burial rites, interment and post-burial activities at his hometown, Nnewi, Anambra State.

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Governor Peter Obi was among other governors led by T.A. Orji on Tuesday, February 28, who received Ojukwu’s body, flown-in by a wing outside Enyimba Stadium  gate in an Air Force helicopter painted in army camouflage colours. Governors Obi and Okorocha of Anambra and Imo States respectively were cheered by fans and supporters as they walked with others including chiefs and top army officers. Bianca, Ojukwu’s widow, arrived in a motorcade few minutes after the governors to join others to receive her late husband's body into the stadium. Ojukwu's first and second sons were also there at the wing.
Newsmen and the public, for security reasons, were prevented from getting too close to the wing were the Air Force helicopter and ambulance were parked. At 11. 55 am, the casket bearing Ojukwu's remains, draped in Nigerian national colours of green-white-green, was carried into the stadium by senior army officers amid cheers from the crowd.
Masterweb will published more photo news of its coverage of Enyimba Stadium funeral honour of Dim Ojukwu and final burial rites and interment on Friday, March 2, in his hometown, Nnewi, Anambra State.


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Aba popularly known as Enyimba City was shut down Tuesday, February 28 in honour of late  Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu whose body was brought to town as part of his burial itinerary. Shops, markets, businesses, banks and schools were all closed. People started streaming into Enyimba Sports Stadium as early as 6.00 am under heavy security scrutiny. There were eight military security checkpoints coordinated by senior army officers between Tenant Road/Georges Road and Stadium Road/School Road. Masterweb News Team was stopped, searched and interrogated at each one of these checkpoints. The team had to park their car on Ehi Road to make their way to the stadium through the rest of security, as they were told by soldiers not to drive beyond Stadium Road/Ehi Road.
Security at the stadium gate was made up of combine team of soldiers and police, who for the last time searched and interrogated newsmen, fans and mourners entering the stadium. Thousands of people trooped to Enyimba Stadium, lining streets leading and those adjoining the stadium, singing and showering praises on Ojukwu. Security in and around the stadium was heavy. Several Armoured Personnel Carriers, APC, and patrol vans belonging to the army, police and navy were positioned in and around the stadium.
An Air Force helicopter painted in army camouflage colours flew in Ojukwu’s body by a wing outside the stadium gate at 11.09 am. Upon hearing the thundering noise of the helicopter, thousands awaiting screening by the stadium gate tried to force their way through the gate. A combined team of police and the army with whips and batons repelled the crowd, leading to stampede as people fled from the security forces. Many were knocked down, but there were no casualties. 
The governors led by T.A. Orji received the corpse at the wing. Newsmen were prevented from getting too close to the Air Force helicopter. At 11. 55 am, the casket bearing Ojukwu's remains, draped in Nigerian national colours of green-white-green, was carried into the stadium by senior army officers amid cheers from the crowd.
Masterweb will published more report on its coverage of Enyimba Stadium funeral honour of Dim Ojukwu soon. Funeral ceremonies for the deceased are scheduled to hold in Enugu and Anambra before interment in his hometown, Nnewi on Friday, March 2.

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The first civilian governor of New Anambra State, Dr. Chukwuemeka Ezeife, has recommended one his successors and incumbent governor of the state, Peter Obi, for the nation’s number one seat of president. Speaking to newsmen in Awka over the weekend on national and state issues, Ezeife singled out Obi for the presidency of the nation for what he described as his accomplishments in the areas of improvement of infrastructural and administrative developments of the state, his fiscal discipline and leadership qualities which has seen him being the chairman of South East Governors’ Forum for many years now.
"Peter Obi has been underrated by our people too much and I don’t know why. They said he is even more ‘araldite’ than myself; I was told I was tight-fisted and that he is even more tight-fisted than me, but there has been some significant physical development of Anambra State, there has been some significant administrative development in Anambra State and the governor of Anambra State has been the leader of South East Governors’ Forum. He is highly rated in financial management across the country. Peter Obi is actually one of those who should be considered for the office of president, because he has done quite well," Ezeife enthused.
Speaking further on the issue of Igbo presidency in 2015, Ezeife said only the Igbo could stop themselves from becoming president of Nigeria. He however pointed out that it could only come to fruition if the Igbo put their acts together and make a shortlist of not more than five candidates from which one would be chosen by general consensus rather than by force. "So if the Igbo people say yes to Igbo presidency in 2015, I will say yes in support and it will happen, but if our people begin to shake and allow all kinds of wavering, then we will be the cause of our downfall," Ezeife warned.
He said that the current Boko Haram-induced violence in the country would only succeed in further delaying the north from returning to power in the nearest future. He regretted that after the north had ruled Nigeria for 38 and half out of the country’s 50 years of Independence, they should be willing to give others a chance instead of claiming that they were born to rule.

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Gov. Peter Obi has wiped away the tears of  14 widows whose husbands were murdered by suspected Boko Haram group in Mubi, Adamawa State by redeeming his promise to pay them 1 Million Naira each. Obi presented the cheques to them yesterday after church service at St Andrew’s Catholic Church, Adazi-Nnukwu where he counseled against people trying to make political gains out of the situation.
Speaking at the presentation, Obi who was accompanied by his wife, Margaret Obi and member representing Adazi nnukwu at the Federal House, Hon. Uche Ekwunife said that the Adamawa State Government also promised to pay compensation. He called on the people of the State to remember the dead in prayers and assist their families in any way possible to live on.  He thanked the people of Adazi-Nnukwu for remaining calm and counseled against revenge of any sort saying that vengeance is Gods.   
Earlier, the President General of Adazi-Nnukwu, Mr. Ben Enemouh said that Gov. Obi had remained the best Governor since Anambra State was created in terms of building of infrastructure and show of compassion to the people of the State. Reeling out the list of projects the Governor has done in Adazi-Nnukwu, including roads, buses for their schools, control of erosion, computers and internet for the schools in the town, the massive work at St Joseph hospital Adazi, he said that his present efforts and love for those that were killed at Adamawa were humbling and touching. He said that what was uplifting was that he rendered all the assistances without shouting it from the rooftops unlike others whose only concern was only to gain political advantages over the situation.
In his own remarks, Rev. Fr. Dr. Jonas Benson Okoye said that Obi was a special gift to the State from God. In his words: “His diplomacy is wonderful. I interacted with him throughout the period of agony for my town and other towns in the State and I can tell you that we have a Governor who is humane and godly. He does not want it to be mentioned but I wish to go contrary to his wishes with apologies to him to tell the people of Adazi-Nnukwu and the world that he paid all the expenses for the dead, both bringing them back and burying them. He has today given them money and had already requested us to bring the names of the children of the dead for their scholarship to start running immediately.”
Speaking at the event, Dr. Chris Ngige thanked the Governor for his show of compassion, saying that politics or no politics, whoever is doing good should be commended. He said Obi was doing what he was elected to do and that in Obi’s shoes he, Ngige, would do the same.
In his vote of thanks, Prof. Ken Nworgu, the Dean, Faculty of Law of Nnamdi Azikiwe University said that Obi has continued to bring glory to Anambra State. His words: “Before him, Anambra was a laughing stock, today he has elevated the State to a frontline State in all ramifications. He has re-written constitutional law in this country, with his being the first Governor to remove a sitting Governor, to come back from impeachment and to successfully go for tenure interpretation. He said if the country had about 3 or 4 other Governors of the same moral credibility as Obi that Nigeria would have been transformed. He thanked him for all the things he has been doing in Anambra State of which his town, Adazi- Nnukwu is a beneficiary.
In her reactions one of the widows, Mrs Eugenia Okpala said he was short of words for the Governor’s gestures. She said she had heard so much  about how good and compassionate  the Governor was to those who needed it and how hostile he was to those who wanted to steal from the State and that she witnessed it herself today.

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Masterweb U.S. Liaison Head Office was burglarized Friday, January 27 this year. The thieves were caught on camera, but the police has been unable to make arrests. Laptops, cameras and our Internet network were carted away by the intruders, resulting in the interruption of our news updates protocol. We apologize for the inconvenience to our numerous readers. We are now back in full swing with our news updates and reports.
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Edgar Raupach, a German construction engineer with Dantata and Sawoe construction company based in Kano, Thursday around 8 am was kidnapped by suspected Boko Haram gunmen. Police spokesman Magaji Majia confirmed the incident. According to sources, two gunmen drove up in an Opel Vectra vehicle, got out of the car and handcuffed Raupach at gunpoint. They put him in the boot of the car and drove away. Police upon notification of the abduction, set up roadblocks on all the major roads in the city. 
Kano was hit by series of coordinated bomb blasts last week Friday resulting to over 180 deaths. The city was again hit by several blasts last Tuesday. Fighting between security forces and Boko Haram gunmen has continued sporadically since Friday. A brief Thursday morning calm was disrupted in Kano by fresh explosion that targeted a bus terminal where members of the mainly Christian Igbo 'tribe' were boarding buses, fleeing to their southeastern homeland. There was no casualty from the blast.
Human Rights Watch issued a statement Tuesday calling Boko Haram's recent bombings “an indefensible attack on human life." The rights group said 935 people have been killed since Boko Haram began its terror campaign in July 2009, including over 250 so far in January this year.
Boko Haram whose name in Hausa language means "western education is sinful" is modeled after Taliban and Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan. It wants to impose sharia law across Nigeria through terror attacks in drawing attention to their demands. Outside the current attacks in Kano, the group had in the past launched attacks on churches, government buildings, police stations and other targets, including drive-by shootings resulting in casualties. Many have fled the north from these attacks.