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[ Masterweb Reports: Linus Effiong reports ] - Many people are said to have been killed and several buildings burnt in a border clash yesterday between the people of Iheosu village, Isu clan in Arochukwu Local Government Area of Abia State and their neighbours from Utuma in Biase Local Government Area of Cross River State.
A native of the community who introduced himself as Nicholas Igwe Kalu, told our correspondent that the deaths and destruction to properties occurred in Isu clan.
He said that the community had been deserted as men, women and children had fled the area for safety.
He traced the skirmishes to an ongoing grading of road being done by Ibeto Group which discovered limestone in Isu.
He said the Utuma people had increased the tempo of their attacks on Isu clan since the discovery of limestone in the area was made public.
He alleged that the Utuma people, in collaboration with others from Biase, abducted some Isu people and emissaries sent to appeal to them against disrupting the road grading project.
He said that in reaction, Isu people abducted some Utuma people but explained that both sides released their captives following the intervention of the military.
"After that, they went and reinforced and launched an attack with sophisticated weapons, killing and destroying houses."
He said as many as 10 people died, but the police could not confirm this.
A source in the Office of the Deputy Governor, Sir Ude Oko Chukwu, currently the acting governor, said the incident had been brought to his attention.
"The Special Assistant on Security Matters brought the information to the Deputy Governor who called his Cross River counterpart and they discussed about the issue.
"He then alerted the Commissioner of Police here and the Area Commander, Ohafia which controls Arochukwu. So, they took some remedial measures and reported back to him that the situation was under control"
The state Commissioner of Police, Anthony Ogbizi, denied the casualty figure, saying that he had directed that the number of casualty be sent to his office.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Payment of electric bills or NEPA bill as some people still call it is now made easy because people can now at the convenient or comfort of their homes or businesses pay online without queuing in line to make payments.
This service is rapidly expanding to cover all cities in Nigeria. Kindly visit to purchase your prepaid meter token and pay your postpaid bills online 24/7 in the following electricity distribution companies -

Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) -  1. Abuja. 2. Kogi.  3. Niger. 4. Nasarawa states.

Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) - 1.Abia. 2. Anambra. 3. Ebony. 4. Enugu. 5. Imo States.

Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC)  - 1. Ekiti. 2. Kwara. 3. Ogun. 4. Ondo. 5. Osun. 6. Osun States.

Jos Electricity Distribution Company (JEDC) - 1. Bauchi. 2. Benue. 3. Gombe. 4. Plateau States.

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[ Masterweb Reports: Tony Adibe reports ] - The Enugu State government has taken steps to protect and exploit the iron smelting site discovered at Otobo Ugwudinoke, Lejja in Nsukka Local Government Area of the state.
Addressing journalists after a presentation made to the State Executive Council by an Associate Professor in the Department of Archaeology, University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), Dr. Pamela Eze-Uzomaka, the Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, Rita Mbah said the Lejja iron smelting site is "one of the oldest in the world, which dates back to about 2000 BC."
Mbah said that the Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi-led administration was "passionate, committed and delighted" at the revelation made by Dr. Eze-Uzomaka, who she said has been carrying out research on the site.
The commissioner announced that the council has in a quick response to the presentation, set up a three-man committee that would visit the site and devise the best means of protecting it "as a world heritage centre."
According to her, the state government intends to construct the road leading to the site to be able to exploit its natural contents as "a tourism site and money spinning venture," noting that a lot of other benefits are accruable from it. 
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[ Masterweb Reports ] - Emma Kanu, younger brother of Nnamdi Kanu, fugitive or missing leader of a faction of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) that was proscribed by Nigeria last year, yesterday in Umuahia again demanded for the disclosure of Nnamdi's whereabout after the invasion of their compound by soldiers on September 14, 2017. Emma's call came on the heels of rumours that Nnamdi Kanu was cited in Ghana and their parents in Umuahia recently.
Speaking to newsmen in Umuahia yesterday Emma said: "If the military knows Nnamdi Kanu and my parents’ whereabouts, they better let us know and provide them without delay. If they know where they are, they should go and bring them, it’s as simple as that. How come my parents are with us in Umuahia and we cannot see or communicate with them? It’s impossible; they know what they are doing.
"Is it not the same military that denied the invasion of our house that came out now to say my parents are in Umuahia and Nnamdi in Ghana; they should go to Umuahia and bring them, let’s see or go to Ghana and bring Nnamdi Kanu let’s see."
"The other time, some people said they saw Nnamdi Kanu going to London through Malaysia, others have said they saw him in Germany, Ghana and Cameroon. The military will soon come out to say they saw him in Kano. It’s like my brother has now become a ghost that he should be seen every’where".
"If this is so, it goes to confirm our fears that the military who took him away when they raided our home last year had killed him and his ghost is now moving about in those places."
"All this are tissues of lies being propped by the military with the intention of diverting attention from people asking them where my parents and brother are. All these are tissues of lies from the pit of hell being junked out by the military thinking that will stop the family, Biafrans and the international community from asking them where they kept Nnamdi and his parents because they (military) saw them last."
"All we are saying is that they should allow us see Nnamdi and our parents because we know they are with them; where they are dead, they should release their corpses to us for burial. I thank them so much for the information they are giving us, they should do us more favour by telling us exactly where they are so that we will go and meet them."
"The Nigerian army is known for telling lies, even when they invaded our house they lied they never did even when they were confronted with hard evidence they still lied about it. They are a set of people who lie so much and they will continue to lie."

*Photo Caption - Nnamdi Kanu


[ Masterweb Reports: Tony Adibe reports ] - Members of the Enugu State House of Assembly, today Thursday rose with one voice and condemned strongly, the invasion of the Senate chambers on Wednesday by thugs and hoodlums who took away the mace which is the symbol of authority of Nigeria's upper legislative assembly.

While condemning the wicked act and the unfortunate incident, the House expressed serious view that the security heads, the service chiefs, should be changed because of lax in security, not only in the Senate but the entire nation.
The legislators who were reacting to a motion of public importance brought before the plenary on the floor of the House by the member representing Ezeaugu Constituency,
Chima Obieze, supported by four other members, enjoining the House to pass a resolution condemning the act, they called on other houses of assembly in Nigeria to follow suit and condemn the act which was viewed as a slap on democracy.
Speaker of the House, Edward Ubosi while thanking his colleagues for their contributions to the motion, said that what happened was a big disgrace to the nation and called on President Muhammadu Buhari to quickly effect change in the security chiefs who he passed vote of no confidence on.
Ubosi said "I want to thank my colleagues for their contributions. What happened is a disgrace to the nation. As far as I am concerned, the security heads are not performing. The president should try some other people," he averred and lamented that democracy seemed to be at variance with anarchy. There is a serious war between democracy and anarchy in the land."
He expressed fears that as things stand in Nigeria, using votes to change a government might not be possible because insecurity is capable of jeopardising democracy.
Mover of the motion, Obieze, while presenting the motion, had expressed similar fears that if what is happening now is not roundly condemned by all, Nigeria might be heading for the rocks or disintegration.
Onieze said "Mr. Speaker, the ship of the state called Nigeria is heading towards the rock and if we elected lawmakers as crusaders of democracy refuse to fight for our dear country, then am afraid darker days may just be ahead of us."
Making her own contribution, Lydia Nkechi-Omeje Ogbu representing Nsukka West, likened what happened at the Senate and what is happening in Nigeria to a war situation, lamenting that IDP camps are growing by the day.
She said "I am highly concerned about what happened yesterday. I am a woman and we women and children suffer a lot when there is trouble in the land. We are at war. There is IDP everywhere. People are killed in Taraba, Benue, Borno, etc. Since this government came to power, there has been lawlessness in the land. The service chiefs should not be concentrated in one section of the land."
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[ Masterweb Report ] - The symbol of power and authority of Nigerian Senate, carried away by gunmen who stormed the National Assembly on Wednesday, has been recovered by police. The thugs suspected to be loyalists of suspended lawmaker Hon. Ovie Omo-Agege from Delta State invaded the upper chamber in commando-style surgical operation while plenary was on and hauled away the symbolic mace. The mace is symbolic because without it Senate decisions cannot be approved.
Senator Ike Ekweremadu, Deputy Senate President presiding over the plenary session when the assault took place described it as institutional invasion which Senate would not take lightly. In his words: "The Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has just been invaded and we are not going to take it kindly. This is an institutional invasion."
The alleged mastermind of the assault, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege (suspended) was arrested Wednesday by police after the invasion.
Nigeria Police in a press statement said the mace was found under a flyover (overhead bridge) in the capital, Abuja, the same city from where it was snatched and location of the National Assembly.
*Photo Caption - Thugs running away with the mace from National Assembly

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday urged all members of the Commonwealth of Nations that had made what she called outdated legislations against same-sex marriage to have a rethink.
May said this in London while addressing leaders at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM).
Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan had in 2014 signed a bill outlawing gay relationships and same-sex marriage, putting the legislation to use months after it was passed by the National Assembly.
Under the law, anyone convicted for getting involved in gay relationship or entering into a same-sex marriage contract or civil union faces up to 14 years in jail.
But the British Prime Minister maintained that no one should enact any law persecuting or discriminating against another person on account of who the person chooses to love.
May said that the United Kingdom would support any nation ready revoke its anti-same sex law.
She argued that the world had moved from 50 years ago when people were dictated to, saying young persons today design their lifestyles as they like.
She recalled that the last Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting resolved to establish an organisation that would promote the interests of gays, lesbians, and transgenders.
May said: "Recent years have brought welcome progress. The three nations that have most recently decriminalised same-sex relationships are all Commonwealth members, and since the heads of government last met, the Commonwealth has agreed to accredit its first organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
"Yet there remains much to do. Nobody should face persecution or discrimination because of who they are or who they love. And the UK stands ready to support any Commonwealth member wanting to reform outdated legislation that makes such discrimination possible.
"Because the world has changed. When, in 1953, the newly-crowned Queen Elizabeth set off on a tour of the Commonwealth, she travelled by air, sea and land on a journey that took more than five months. Today, many members of the Youth Forum have only ever known a time in which they can instantly converse with one another regardless of where in the world they live.
"Unlike previous generations, today’s young people don’t need an organisation like the Commonwealth to connect them. They can build their own bridges, forge their own links, mastermind and run their own campaigns.
"If the Commonwealth is to endure in such a world, we must demonstrate our relevance and purpose anew. We must show what the Commonwealth is capable of. And this summit can be the moment where that change begins to happen."
She disclosed that Britain was investing £44 million to improve member-states' abilities to independently tackle natural disasters in their respective countries.
May said 90 percent of member-stated were affected by malaria which, according to her, kills about 445,000 people annually, saying her country remained committed to spending £500 million to fight malaria among member-nations in five years as earlier promised.
She said: "We are only meeting in London this week because of the devastation wrought on Vanuatu by Cyclone Pam in 2015. The impact of other recent extreme weather events in the Caribbean and Pacific have underlined the vulnerability of smaller states across the Commonwealth.
"So I am proud to say that the UK, long a supporter of such nations, is investing a further £44 million to help improve members’ ability to prepare for and deal with natural disasters of all kinds. It is an issue Prime Minister Holness and I have already spoken about this morning.
"But extreme weather is not the only threat our people face from nature. Today, some 90 per cent of Commonwealth citizens live in countries where malaria is endemic. Worldwide, the disease kills 445,000 people every year, many in the Commonwealth and most of them children. Malaria has a serious impact on the economies of countries it affects. The human cost is incalculable.
"We cannot talk to the young people of the world, talk about securing a legacy for our children and grandchildren, without tackling a disease that, worldwide, kills one of them every two minutes. That is why, this week, I will be calling on my fellow leaders to commit to halving malaria across the Commonwealth by 2023.
"It is an ambitious goal, but one that is firmly within our reach. Since the Commonwealth Heads of Government last met, Sri Lanka has been declared malaria-free. Malaysia is on-course to eliminate the disease by 2020. And, since the year 2000, global malaria deaths have been cut by more than 60 per cent – the result of a concerted effort by governments, civil society groups, and individuals alike.
"Bill, you and Melinda deserve particular praise for all the work you have done in the fight against this terrible disease. Your philanthropy has saved countless lives, and your tireless campaigning has kept the issue firmly on the global agenda, including at tomorrow’s Malaria Summit.
"The UK remains committed to its five-year pledge, made in 2016, to spend half a billion pounds a year tackling malaria. Over the next two years £100 million of that will be match-funded by partners in the private sector. I know other Commonwealth nations are also among the biggest funders of this global effort."
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[ Masterweb Reports: John Chuks Azu reports ] - Festus Keyamo, a senior advocate of Nigeria, SAN, has accepted his appointment as the spokesman of the Buhari campaign organisation for the 2019 election. The appointment was conveyed in a letter dated April 16, 2018 and signed by the Minister of Transport and organisation's Director General, Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi.
The letter reads: "I am pleased to convey to you the decision of the President Muhammadu Buhari Campaign Organisation to appoint you as Director, Strategic Communications in respect of the forthcoming campaigns for the 2019 Presidential Election.
"As you are aware, President Muhammadu Buhari is seeking the nomination of our great party, the All Progressives Congress, as the candidate for the said election. Your appointment is to aid in getting that nomination and ensure the subsequent campaigns for 2019 Presidential Election.
"In your capacity, you are to be a Spokesperson for the campaigns during the nomination process and also at the subsequent campaigns for the 2019 Presidential Election.
"Please accept my congratulations."
Meanwhile, Keyamo told Daily Trust that he has accepted the assignment and will make further comments soon.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari disclosed on Friday that the negotiations between the Federal Government and the Boko Haram terrorists for the release of the remaining abducted Chibok schoolgirls had suffered unexpected setbacks.

The president said this was mainly owing to a lack of agreement among the girls' abductors whose internal differences, he explained, had led to a divergence of voices regarding the outcome of the negotiations.
Buhari, in a statement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity Malam Garba Shehu, said he joined the Borno State government, the parents of the girls and Nigerians in commemorating the fourth anniversary of the sad incident, praying that the event at the daughters’ school on Saturday would go well.
Buhari, however, assured the parents of the schoolgirls that were abducted from Government Girls Secondary School Chibok, Borno State on April 14, 2014 that "their daughters will never be forgotten or abandoned to their fate, despite four long years since they were taken away by terrorists.’’
"Unfortunately, the negotiations between the government and Boko Haram suffered some unexpected setbacks owing mainly to a lack of agreement among their abductors, whose internal differences have led to a divergence of voices regarding the outcome of the talks.
"We know that this is not the news parents want to hear after four whole years of waiting, but we want to be as honest as possible with you.
"However, this government is not relenting. We will continue to persist, and the parents should please not give up. Don't give up hope of seeing our daughters back home again. Don't lose faith in this government's ability to fulfil our promise of reuniting you with our daughters.
"Don't imagine for a moment that we have forgotten about our daughters or that we consider their freedom a lost course,’’ the president said
He urged the parents to keep their hopes alive on the return of their daughters, saying the recovery of more than a 100 of the girls that were kidnapped through the Federal Government’s determined effort should give confidence that all "hope is not lost''.
The president re-affirmed that the government remained focused and determined to see the girls return to their homes.
He asked the parents to be expectant of more good news in due course.
"We are concerned and aware that it is taking long to bring the rest of our daughters back home, but be assured that this administration is doing its very best to free the girls from their captors," Buhari said.
He assured that as long as he remains the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, the Chibok girls would never be forgotten and all would be done to have them reunited with their families.

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[ Masterweb Reports: John Chuks Azu reports ] - The Supreme Court has dismissed the suit by a governorship aspirant, Friday Nwosu seeking to disqualify Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State. In a lead judgment delivered by Justice Sidi Dauda Bage, the Supreme Court upheld the verdict of the Court of Appeal, which dismissed the appeal challenging Ikpeazu’s qualification.

Nwosu is contending that Ikpeazu made false tax information in his form to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for the December 8, 2014 primary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
The apex court unanimously held that the appeal lacks merit, deserved to be dismissed and ordered Nwosu to pay N1million as costs to Governor Ikpeazu, the PDP, INEC and a former governorship aspirant, Uche Ogah.
*Photo Caption - Governor Okezie Ikpeazu