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[ Masterweb Reports: John Chuks Azu reports ] - The founder of Daar Communications PLC, Raymond Dokpesi has protested the inclusion of his name among the Federal Government's recently released "list of looters".
 
In a letter dated April 4, 2018 addressed to the Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed by his lawyer, Mike Ozekhome (SAN), Dokpesi said the publication by the minister is defamatory.
 
Dokpesi is currently facing allegations of receiving the sum of N2.1 billion in several tranches from the former National Security Adviser (NSA) in 2015 before a Federal High Court in Abuja. But the case has suffered many adjournment without conviction.
 
Ozekhome said the publication has damaged his client's "hard-earned reputation" leading to his suffering riducule, psychological trauma and business losses.
 
"Take note that unless you carry out the above minimal demands immediately to redress the incalculable damage done to our client's hard-earned image and reputation consequent upon your defamatory and mendacious publication, we shall, without any further communication from us, commence legal action against you to redress your unrestrained and unwarranted assault against our client's hard-earned image and reputation," Ozekhome said in the letter.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Hope Abah reports ] - The Police in Benue State yesterday confirmed the recovery of more bodies totaling 10 from communities which came under gunmen’s attack in Gwer West Local Government Area of the state.
 
At least four communities of Mbapupuu, Mbapa, Mbachhphon and Enger all in Agagbe District of the local government had come under attack in the early hours of Thursday.
 
The State Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni, had earlier confirmed two persons killed by suspected bandits believed to have fled Zamfara State and other neighbouring countries at the wake of security offensives against them.
 
Owoseni however said yesterday that eight bodies were found in the bush around Tse-Adudu and Enger villages in addition to the two that were earlier removed from the same area.
 
He said "They were believed to be victims of armed bandits, suspected to be cross-border insurgents or cattle rustlers. The Mobile Police Force Unit deployed in Naka general area, had in the course of their patrols encountered the same Insurgents."
 
According to him, security operations in the affected areas and other communities in the state have been stepped up with reinforcement of the Police Special Forces on Counter Insurgency to curb the criminal activities of the armed marauders.
 
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[[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday congratulated former Senate President and Senator representing Zone C Constituency of Benue State, Sen. David Alechenu Mark, on his 70
th birthday.

In a statement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, Buhari felicitated with the family, friends and political associates of the former military officer who served the country variously as a governor, minister and Senate President.
He commended the maturity, stability and focused legislation that Mark instituted in the upper chamber during the eight years he served as senate president and the dutifulness that culminated in the passing of many bills.
Buhari expressed belief that the wealth of experience Mark had gathered over the years would be most useful for the development of the country, especially in sustaining peace across the country.
President Buhari prayed that the Almighty God grant Mark longer life, good health and wisdom to continue serving his people and the country.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - As parts of efforts to ensure hitch-free 2019 elections, the League of Progressive Ambassadors of Nigeria (LEPAN), a non-partisan civic organisation, has advised the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on how to go about achieving rancour-free elections next year. This was contained in a statement signed by the group’s publicity secretary, Seun Okegbemiro today in Lagos.
 
"We must first commend INEC for the relative success of the Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) exercise nationwide. From the data available from our field officers monitoring the process in several states of the Federation, the CVR has been a remarkable success even though there are areas that need to be improved.
 
"We feel particularly disappointed with several avoidable logistic failures such as non-functional printers, Direct Data Capture (DDC) machines, and poor staff attitudes toward potential voters and registrants were some of the numerous complaints our field observers reported. We, therefore, urge INEC to ensure these anomalies are corrected so that more Nigerians can register and participate in the democratic process." Mr Okegbemiro said.
 
"On our part" the statement continued "we have offered to get volunteers for INEC if staff shortage is one of the reasons for the seemingly slow registration process which sometimes see a potential registrant spend up to 40 minutes on the average to get registered. This should not be the case in this digital age." The group said.
 
The group also admitted that there have been "technical and political improvements" in the electoral process since the 2015 elections.
 
"We should not forget that there have been some significant technical and political improvements in conducting successful elections under the current INEC management with the conduct of several gubernatorial, National Assembly and state Houses of Assembly by-elections. These elections themselves are not idyllic but simply show we are better than we were about four years ago." The group noted.
 
"We on our part will have preferred a situation where INEC should, by now, be thinking of electronic voting since there have been several opportunities for INEC to test this method with the past few elections but unfortunately failed to do so. If those elections have been conducted using the e-Voting, by now, the fears about multiple voting, ballot stuffing, and post-election violence that accompany major elections would have been minimized, if not wiped away by now." The statement charged.
 
"Our e-Voting proposal is for people to vote via a prescribed machine and same will record their votes and stored digitally through a safe storage medium before being sent to a centralized location (or database) where tabulation programs compile and tabulate results. We understand past attempts have been marred by technical problems such as electronic fingerprint readers malfunctioning on Election Day. We are also aware that there have been several reports of biometric voter systems failures but we insist these problems account for just a little over 0.25% of, say, card readers malfunctioned if data from INEC are anything to go by." Okegbemiro said.
 
On the recently passed #NotTooYoungToRun Bill, Mr Okegbemiro said "The #NotTooYoungToRun Bill has become a national emergency. We are using this medium to plead with President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, to give his assent to the bill in meaningful time. This is because, the youths will be asking some serious questions during next year’s presidential election. We will want to know why, by now, young people who have intentions to contest elective offices cannot do so simply because the president have not given his assent to a Bill that would ordinarily have made them participate actively."
 
On the bill, the group said "We have travelled a long route to get this far. We cannot back down at this point when victory is in sight. This is why we are passionately appealing to all well-meaning Nigerian to join us in urging the president to be part of this epoch making event by signing this bill into law."
 
"While we wait to see INEC and all other electoral actors demonstrate their lessons learnt from some of these past experiences, we as a responsible and responsive organisation will monitor the process and come out with an elaborate report afterwards. We cannot accept anything short of a free, fair, and transparent process."
 
Signed.
 
Seun Okegbemiro

Publicity Secretary
League of Progressive Ambassadors of Nigeria (LEPAN)

Email: lepanng@gmail.com Phone: 08090611618
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Chris Chukwu writes President Buhari ] - Letter To His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari: As a good father has the responsibility to advice his child rightly, so as a good child is expected to do same in other to maintain a healthy and happy family.
 
I know so many persons will be asking what is Chris Chukwu up to again, but one thing I have learnt from *Young African Leaders Initiative Network* is that the only way to stand out from the crowd is to stand for something special.
 
Your excellency Sir, I write this letter to draw your attention to the youths who have been said to be the future of tomorrow, they are not only the leaders of tomorrow, but the partners of today. I believe the future is right here with us and we need to act accordingly for the best interest of our dear country.
 
I'm writing this letter in other to be involve in the process that will help the present administration to bring the change we desire in Nigeria and also emerge as the best across the globe.
 
Sir, as a good father who is ready to listen to his son, I will love you to be the best of all best, I will love you to champion the crusade that will make Nigeria one big family, I will love you to make Nigeria the envy of all nations, I will love you to be the next record breaker across the globe.
 
I want to first of all commend your effort in fighting and curtailing corruption and insurgency in Nigeria, so many Nigerians who wine and dine in corruption have really learnt their lessons.
 
Corruption has eaten so deep into the country which has led to poor infrastructure, Increased cost of goods and services, Increased poverty, shoddy work and stalled projects, poor medical services, reduced investments in our economy, unemployment, rise in crime rate and insecurity, delay denial and sale of justice in our public land, property and utilities, social unrest and negative international image. All these has seriously affected Nigerians, most especially the youths negatively.
 
My humble advice to you, Mr President, is to intensify the fight against corruption, without fear or favour, without sentiments, no matter the tribe and political inclinations.
 
I will love you to take advantage of these corrupt individuals and ensure they are brought to book. Also, ensure that the treasures recovered from them are invested and well utilized in areas that will enhance the economy for the benefit of the country.
 
Nigeria will be next to no country if corruption is totally eliminated.
 
The youths have therefore, been historically notable change agents and drivers of societal transformation. Contemporarily, however, especially in the developing democracies, the trend has been that of relegation of youth interests and roles, thereby pushing the youth more into poverty, alienation, and turning them into agents of destabilization and conflicts, especially in diverse developing countries.
 
According to Kailash Satyarthi, "The power of youths is the common wealth for the entire world. The faces of young people are the faces of our past, our present and our future. No segment in the society can match with the power, idealism, enthusiasm and courage of the young people".
 
There is a dire shortage of young persons occupying the political realm, either because of disempowerment, or alienation, or their perception that their involvement would not matter.
 
Statistics has shown that more than half of the Nigeria population is under 30 years of age, and yet they're restricted from running for office, even though they can vote.
 
Nigeria needs to adopt a "positive youth development approach", which recognizes the youths as active participants in societal development.
 
The goals of Youths empowerment, as identified by UNESCO, are to nurture in the youth values, ideals and notable skills as follows:
 

- Positive sense of self
- Self-control
- Decision making skills
- Moral system of belief

- Pro-social connectiveness
 
We must work hard in all respects to empower our youth in the Nigerian political economy.
 
I encourage you Mr. President to become a Hero by signing the NOT TOO YOUNG TO RUN bill. Signing this bill will go a long in giving our youths a sense of belonging thereby making Nigeria a great nation.
 
I will like you to use your opportunity as the President to champion the crusade of mentoring, fathering, empowering the youths and making Nigeria the best place to be.
 
I am Chris Chukwu,



Medical Laboratory Scientist,
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My Email: greatchrisng15@gmail.com My Phone: 07012494716
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Henry Ebireri reports ] - South-South leaders on Friday criticized the suspended deputy national publicity secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade. Timi Frank for using the ruling party as a vehicle for self-promotion.
 

They also described his comment on the extension of the tenure of Chief John Odigie-Oyegun-led National Working Committee (NWC) for another 12 months as shitty and ugly.
 
"The tenure extension did not violate the provisions of the constitution, the Electoral Act and the constitution of the party".
 
In a statement in Port-Harcourt, the leaders described the national chairman of the ruling party, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun as a decent person.
 
They praised the national chairman for promoting the president's agenda, revitalizing the country’s democracy through internal democracy and encouraging progressives to look to the beliefs they share.
 
"Chief John Odigie-Oyegun is good in terms of organizational management" the leaders said.
 
Signed by the chairman, South-South Front, Chief John Harry, the leaders praised the ruling party for reaching agreement and retaining a strong class of leaders.
 
"The era of consensus politics is here. The tenure extension is democratic. APC is on the right side of history"
 
Oyegun also earned unvarnished praise from the leaders for the efficiency of the Government and the fundamental direction of its policy.
 
The leaders called the suspended deputy national publicity secretary a disgrace to the South-South.
 
"The ruling party detests discrimination. Frank’s suggestion on the way forward for the ruling party is a recipe for chaos. He is only interested in fragmentation and conflict" the leaders said.
 
They urged APC members to project the image of the party in its true perspective to counter the negative picture being presented by Okere Uzochukwu, Timi Frank and others.
 
"PDP is in the worst shape. PDP ratings have continued to tumble since 2015. The party has become toxic, failing to connect with the people. It will be wiped out in 2019" the leaders said.
 
Happy with the performance of the ruling party, the leaders added"APC is a product already built and tested through elections."
 

Henry Ebireri ( Email: henryebi@yahoo.com ) reports.
 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Submission by Makweembo Mwanasa ] - "The value of money is not only to build mansions or buy fleets of cars… The value of money is to use it to help others." is a statement made by Prophet TB Joshua of The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) during the provision of a scholarship worth over £10,000 (N5m) to Hngshin Daramy-Williams a Sierra Leonean-Singaporean student to pursue his Master’s Degree in Leeds University, United Kingdom.
 
He is one example from the multitudes. From the onset of Joshua’s ministry, the provision of scholarships – ranging from primary to tertiary levels of education – has been an ongoing exercise. However, out of the thousands of recipients who have been partakers of this benevolence, irrespective of religious or ethnic affiliations, two cases shine above the rest – Oduwole Olayinka from Nigeria and Mary Jean Nleya from Botswana.
 
ODUWOLE’S STORY
 
Oduwole Olayinka gained admission into the University of Lagos to study Electrical/ Electronics Engineering at the tender age of 15. She was academically brilliant but came from a humble home which lacked sufficient financial means to supplement her dreams. A devoted member and worker in the ‘Youth Department’ of The SCOAN, Yinka’s intelligence and diligence soon drew the attention of TB Joshua.
 
"I remember how Prophet TB Joshua would come into our midst and tell us his life history and the challenges he faced. He encouraged and motivated me do better than my best," she recounted. When Yinka graduated with a First-Class Degree, the cleric stated during a Sunday service: "The church will take care of her education and she will attend the best university in the world. This will be done until the Lord says it is enough."
 
True to his promise, Prophet TB Joshua sponsored Yinka to University College London (UCL), renowned as one of the top 10 academic institutions in the world. The fees of £18,425 (N9m) for her Masters Degree in Technologies for Broadband Communications were paid by Joshua and the "Emmanuel TV Partners" alongside all other living costs. Yinka passed with flying colours, obtaining six distinctions and two good passes to obtain the best result in her entire class which comprised international students gathered from around the world.
 
"Afterwards, I got an unconditional offer from Oxford University to pursue a PhD in Engineering Science." This extensive program lasting four years cost well over £100,000 (N51m). "This was paid by Prophet TB Joshua and Emmanuel TV Partners. To the glory of God, I got a PhD in Engineering Science, Oxford University on September 16, 2017," she said.
 
"When I was growing up in Lagos, Nigeria, I never imagined that I would one day be an alumnus of the most prestigious university in the world," now Dr Yinka Oduwole said after her graduation. "Positive examples are motivators for success. My success I owe today to Prophet TB Joshua who took me, nurtured me, motivated me, inspired me, sponsored me and taught me to believe that I could achieve far beyond what I could ever dream."
 
"I never forgot where I was coming from," she continued. "I am achieving this not for myself alone but for the thousands all over the world who are right now being helped, equipped and trained because of TB Joshua and Emmanuel TV Partners. We are the leaders of tomorrow."
 
Professor Geoffrey Thomas, Founder and First President of Kellogg College, Oxford, as well as Professor Tom Buchanan, Acting President of Kellogg College, both testified to Yinka’s academic brilliance during her time there. She was even highlighted as the sole African representative in Oxford’s Woman in Engineering – a list containing just 25 female scholars who are excelling in their chosen fields.
 
Yinka, whose PhD studies helped take definitive strides forward in the search for a cure for cancer, is now lecturing at the University of Surrey, as well as partaking in ground-breaking research into 5G technology. She plans to take the broad knowledge she gained from her academic endeavors to introduce such technology into her homeland. And her final advice to young students? "Work as if everything depends on you and pray as if everything depends on God."
 
NLEYA’S STORY
 
Mary-Jean Nleya came to The SCOAN from the Southern African nation of Botswana as "an ordinary visitor." When she met Prophet TB Joshua, "I told him that I had no father – not that I had no biological father but I had no father that was responsible for my education. He informed me that I needed only Jesus Christ to be my father. From then on, I became a SCOAN Scholarship Recipient," she explained.
 
"A number of years ago, I tried to secure funding from the Department of Tertiary Education Financing but my application for a bursary was rejected twice," the young student recalled. "That rejection left me dismayed but I didn’t know that the Lord was using that rejection to preserve me and set me up for a greater level in life."
 
Mary-Jean first received sponsorship to complete her studies at the University of Pretoria in South Africa where she graduated with a LLB Magna Cum Laude. With the help of Prophet TB Joshua and Emmanuel TV partners, she then had an internship at the International Criminal Court at The Hague, Netherlands.
 
"During my time in The Hague, Prophet TB Joshua encouraged me to apply for a Masters at Harvard University. I was daunted by the prospect, given the low acceptance rates. However, I applied and later gained admission to Harvard Law School." Her course at Harvard cost nearly $85,000 (N30.5m), which was paid for in entirety by Joshua and the Emmanuel TV Partners.
 
"Who knew that I would attend a renowned university that has trained world leaders and presidents of superpower nations," she reflected. "But I, Mary-Jean, born in Botswana, have had this opportunity."
 
Showing her appreciation for Prophet TB Joshua, Nleya stated: "As Thurgood Marshall once said, none of us get here simply by pulling ourselves up by our bootstraps. Somebody had to bend down and help us pick up our piece. This is very true for me. I did not get here by pulling myself up alone. Somebody in the form of Prophet TB Joshua bent down and helped pick up my boots."
 
In appreciation, Nleya dedicated her thesis to the Nigerian cleric. "I literally phoned you crying because I thought I would not be able to finish this research paper successfully; but you calmed me down, uplifted me and told me it was possible. Thank you for leading me by example and setting high standards for me to reach. Thank you for your prayers and the endless lessons you teach," she wrote in her dedication.
 
Nleya is the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of The Global Communiqué, a digital current affairs magazine which "provides compelling content in the form of interviews with those at the grassroots level and prominent figures". She is additionally a correspondent for One Young World and Your Commonwealth, global initiatives that have enabled her to travel to events such as G20 summits and interview world figures. Nleya has additionally written articles published in international media such as Al Jazeera and CNBC Africa, which have earned her numerous accolades.
 
Makweembo Mwanasa ( Email: makweembo@googlemail.com ) reports.
 
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