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[ Masterweb Reports: Olalekan Adigun reports ] - As the forthcoming elections into the 20 Local Government Areas (LGAs) and 37 Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs) heat up, many residents have raised concerns over the possibility of post-election violence.
It is against this backdrop that a socio-civic group, the Progressive Solidarity Forum (PSF), has said it will not fold its hands to allow "lawless elements to destrupt the peace we presently enjoy in the state."
This was made known in a statement signed by the group's state director of Information, Media, and Publicity, Mr Olalekan Adigun, today in Lagos.
The group said: "We are working with Divisional Police Stations, the DSS and other security agencies to ensure a hitch free exercise."
The statement further read: "We are also calling on Lagosians to cooperate with us and the security agencies to provide useful information on suspicious movements to the local police or other security agencies."
The Mr Adigun also writes: "We are deploying election monitors, observers and agents to all the 57 LGAs in the state to monitor the polls. All our representatives are going to be given tags and other means of identification."
The statement concluded that the group originally planned to organise a statewide Public Debate for Chairmanship candidates from all the political parties but was shelved due to litigations that greeted the outcomes of several party primaries in the state which put the group in a difficult logistic position.
Olalekan Adigun
Director of Information, Media and Publicity
Progressive Solidarity Forum (PSF)
Lagos State chapter


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[ Masterweb Reports: Henry Ebireri reports ] - Prominent leaders in the North on Sunday eulogized the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief John Odigie-Oyegun for his role in the reform agenda of the party, especially the issue of open and fair competition, execution of the party’s policies and the transformation of Nigeria from a beggarly status to one of self-sufficiency and respectability.

The leaders frowned at the actions of the suspended Deputy National Publicity Secretary of APC, Mr. Timi Frank and his sponsors.

The northern leaders are angry with Frank who they accused of not only pushing the party into a difficult position but plotting to rock the boat.

At an enlarged meeting in Yola, Adamawa State, the leaders said Frank’s call for Oyegun’s resignation was pointless.

“Timi Frank did not do justice to the avalanche of facts available on the achievements of Oyegun since he assumed office as national chairman of APC”

The leaders who are pushing for sanctions against Timi Frank and his co-conspirators painted a bright picture of Nigeria and APC, arguing that APC is cleaning the mess made by PDP and providing an atmosphere for sustainable development in the economic and social fields.

“APC is not in government for the fun of it. APC is in government to save the Nigerian people who have become deprived of good things of life for long. APC is in government to stop recklessness, wasteful spree and the insensitivities of PDP. The APC government is accountable, prudent and people oriented”

The northern leaders who met under the auspices of the APC United Front, described Oyegun as a pragmatic politician.

Leader of APC United Front, Alhaji Ibrahim Musa, in a statement said the northern leaders branded Timi Frank and his sponsors as traitors and tongue-lashed them for anti-party activities.

“To Frank, what counts most is the selfish interest of his sponsors. However, the consequence of swimming against the tidal waves is and will always be a disastrous one”

They advised the national leadership of the party to wield a big hammer by taking stronger measures against Frank and his sponsors.

“One of the good qualities of a statesman is the ability to subordinate self interest to wider national interest. Frank and his sponsors are today engaged in a political war against APC. It is an extremely unjust war, waged for no other purpose than to destroy APC”

“APC is the party of the people, the hope of the people” the leaders added.
Henry Ebireri ( Email: ) reports.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has said that the present administration will never be able to do everything. According to him, the important thing is that the administration does as much as it can.
The acting president was speaking on Friday at the N-power Resource Centre in Abuja where he presented tablets to trainees.
"We'll never always be able to do everything, but I think it is important that we do as much as we can," he said.
The acting president noted that depending on available resources, the government could always engage more youths than the 500,000 targeted.
He said while 200,000 young people had so far been engaged, another 2.3 million had applied "and we are looking at the next phase of engagement. But for me, I think what is important is that we're able to do this incrementally and we're able to give hope to some of these young people who need the opportunity."
He added: "But what I want to say to the young people working on this is that, if we take the opportunity, for instance, if you look at the tablet given to them, the tablet contains so much information, so much learning materials that one can really develop his skills in a wide variety of ways and be able to give himself greater opportunity.
"So, it is much more than an employment programme, it's a learning programme, it's a skills development programme and it is unprecedented. I haven't seen anything like this anywhere in the world."
Osinbajo denied that there was a backlog of salaries owed the beneficiaries, saying: "There is no such thing as a backlog. If your BVN is verified and everything is checked, then you're paid. There's a problem if your BVN does not match the records you gave.
"If there is a problem with any of your records, you cannot be paid. The moment your records are cleared, then you're paid constantly. If you don't correct these records, then you might be paying the wrong people."
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[ Masterweb Reports: Linus Effiong reports ] - The management of the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike, (MOUAU ) Abia State is under pressure by the university chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to demote 30 unqualified professors and 10 associate professors promoted late in the tenure of the immediate past vice chancellor, Professor Hillary Edeoga.
A source in the university management told Daily Trust yesterday that following the recent disengagement of unqualified 440 staff who were employed outside due process towards the expiration of the tenure of Edeoga, several petitions had been received by the management to sack the 30 professors and 10 associate professors, which the university set up two separate committees to investigate.
ASUU MOUAU branch disclosed in a petition to the panel that most of the professors were unilaterally promoted without assessment in their department or faculty, for which reason the process leading to their promotion did not comply with the provisions of Section 4.2 subsection (a) of the Condition of Service for senior staff of MOUAU.
When contacted, the Public Relations Officer of the university, Mrs Adanma Odefa, said the university did not promote anyone based on sentiment. "There are laid down rules to become a professor and if anybody is found wanting, he will be demoted," she said.


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[ Masterweb Reports: Leonid Yanovsky reports ] - The questions of how Africa can attain her needed development is certainly complicated to say the least. Many people have spent their lives trying to answer this question. Obviously, certain parts of Africa are more developed than others. The entire continent has a tendency to be grouped together, in spite of the fact that different parts of Africa vary so much. However, there are certainly a lot of poorer areas in Africa, and there really are some clear solutions to the issue.

For one thing, it's important to draw a distinction between charity that works and charity that doesn't work. Far too many times, charitable providers are only interested in doing something to help, and they don't really spend a lot of time asking the relevant individuals how they can help. A lot of charities are painfully inefficient because they were more or less created for flawed reasons in the first place.
One of the best ways to lift all people out of poverty is just to give them money with no additional requirements or string attached. Most of the efforts towards African development have involved plunging the people there into higher amounts of debt. Giving people loans is not going to help. There is no guarantee that they are going to be able to pay the money back. In the case of actual cash rewards, the people who manage to give money will be literally introducing it into the economy.
When people get cash rewards, they know how they should spend them already. They know whether it's a good idea to spend the cash rewards on a new business idea, on food or medicine, or on some other need or course of action that could ultimately make things better. A lot of charities from the outside are never going to know about all of the particulars of living in a certain area, because they really are not there.
Some people might decide to play exciting casino games at Red Flush Canadian casino. In the process, they are going to be teaching themselves skills and connecting with the broader world. Some people might decide to start their own businesses online. Other people will be able to buy a laptop at last, giving them the opportunity to make these decisions in the first place.
Actually giving people the money to make all of these decisions makes all the difference in the world. There are lots of African economies where the wealth is distributed in the wrong directions, or there isn't enough wealth there in general. Actually giving some money to the citizens directly is the sort of thing that could actually cause massive changes in a subtle way.

For the most part, the people who live in poverty will spend their money wisely if they are finally given the opportunity to change their circumstances. One way or another, giving people money rather than loans or some form of capital that is not as liquid will work better almost every time. Charity programs like this can help African development.
Leonid Yanovsky ( Email: ) reports.

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[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - The Minister of Agriculture and Rural development, Chief Audu Ogbe has commended Anambra state government for placing agriculture as major key in its developmental pillars.
He said the state is the first in Nigeria to go into exportation of agricultural products including vegetables, yam and pineapple.
The minister spoke through the Regional Director, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, South East region, Dr. Nnamdi Ibezim, during the 2017 National Organic Agriculture Business Summit in Awka, Anambra state.
Ogbe said the state was able to achieve the feat by keying into organic agriculture and its emphasis on certification and quality control.
"Agriculture in Anambra is on the front burner of the governor's priority. The governor came from an agrian environment and that has helped him to push agriculture forward." he added.
He defined organic agriculture as sustainance of the health of the soil, crop and eco system,
explaining that Nigeria, through it, can go back to export trade to add value to her food production.
The minister praised the youths for keying into agriculture, saying their presence as the catchment area in the sector would further improve production and quality control as well as prove to the world that Nigeria is not a failed state.
"Today's agriculture is one that is technologically driven which would add value and set our exports on the right course for desired profit." he added.
Appreciating the various professionals that have been supportive to the government in its agricultural interventions, Ogbe expressed optimism that the body would serve as a spring board to further assist the nation realise its goal of agriculture promotion policies.
Earlier, the President of the association, Prof. Victor Olowe, said the summit was targeted at engaging youths in organic agriculture in order to help them channel their energy into more productive and rewarding ventures.
"Organic agriculture has been adjudged as the fastest growing sector in Agriculture in the world and presently the global market of organic products stand at US$80billion." he said.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - Anambra state governor, Willie Obiano has directed that all advertorials on the burial of his late mother, Christiana, be channelled to charity.
The burial of the late mother, who passed on June 2 at the age of 90, has been fixed for Thursday, July 20, 2017.
A statement signed by the Commissioner for Information and Communication Strategy, Ogbuefi Tony Nnacheta, Tuesday, said the directive is in fulfillment of the last wish of the mother.
It said such funds in honour of his departed matriarch be donated to the Christy Obiano Foundation for the poor.
"Governor Willie Obiano and the Obiano family of Aguleri, in Anambra East Local Government Area, have advised friends, family members, associates and well wishers who intend to place condolences on the pages of Newspaper, Television and Radio stations, in honour of their departed matriarch, Mrs Christiana Obiano, to consider donating such money to the Christy Obiano Foundation for the poor, in fulfillment of her last wish." it added.
According to the statement, the donation should be made through the Fidelity Bank.
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Not only are the manufacturers of these red, black and green with the rising sun, products selling strong, but so is the culture of live, breath and wear Biafra. This is already a success tale as far as that trait goes. It reminds me of Ghana where the national colors and cloth is proudly embraced and there is faith in the nation.
It is this love of nation that makes a man clean-up and not litter; give and not take, volunteer and not clamor for pay, assist and not deprive, serve and not exploit; donate and not loot. This love turns a nation into a family and not a farm.
Nigeria lacks this. We've not had it since FESTAC 77. I had hoped the Buhari government will rekindle it, but alas, in two-plus years it did nothing of such. At the start of the Buhari administration, like many others I had hope in a new awakening for Nigeria. I tweeted "A New Nigeria" and launched "" platform on behalf of the government and people of Nigeria, but the Buhari government had other paying off the cabal that got it into office with the cabal FOREX subsidy and other cabal prioritizations including preferred appointments, import bans and immunity assurances among other measures, that crippled the masses further and diminished our evaporated nationalistic fervor. 
When I am president of Nigeria in 2019 by God's grace, we will consider rebranding Nigeria as a whole as I have suggested in my earlier writing. I cited the role of a good name in Islam and Christianity. What does "Nigeria" mean and mean to us? The name Nigeria was not coined by us anyhow and has today been connoted with so much pain, anguish and unfair advantage for only a select group, the Nigeria PLC plunderous cabal, it should perhaps better be scrapped. 
If we cannot spark  true nationalistic love and fervor for Nigeria, it is better we come up with a new name and brand to spark off the necessitous patriotic love of nation and culture that will directly translate into social and economic raw capital.
In addition, if the Buhari government fails to, as a next government we must decide to restore regionalism. Thus, where the collective fails to optimize nationalistic fervency, each region can proudly achieve it, flaunting and touting its regional colors, culture and prowesses. 
Dr. Perry Brimah
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[ Masterweb Reports: Dr. Perry Brimah reports ] - The positive and progressive force of healthy, faithful nationalism has no adversary. Nigerians can only feel envious watching pro-Biafrans douse their "national" colors in all sorts of garbs, ornaments and devices not just within Nigeria but all over the world.


[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - With the effective date of this declaration, which is today, Monday, July 10, 2017, all looter cabal currently residing in any part of Nigeria are hereby served notice to relocate within two months and all masses partnering with them are hereby advised to find real work.
All Nigerian civil society and pressure groups are by this declaration mandated to mobilise for sustained, coordinated campaigns at their respective State Government Houses, State Houses of Assembly, Local Government Council Secretariats and Traditional Palaces to mount pressure for steps to be taken to ensure enforcement of the directives contained herein.
Nigeria and all linked territories and Nigerians abroad hereby openly call on all and sundry, including all national and international stakeholders to acknowledge this declaration by taking steps to facilitate the final eradication of the dangerous Nigeria PLC cabal and the total decontamination of Nigeria from these co-conspiring jackals who have held Nigeria to ransom since inception.
From today, Monday, July 10, 2017, when this proclamation is signed, the Nigerian masses, the owners of the nation, hereby declare that we will no longer be disposed to coexisting with the Nigeria PLC cabal and shall take definite steps to end the partnership by moving deliberately and taking premeditated actions as individuals and groups toward reclaiming our looted moneys, looted assets and looted land from Nigeria PLC and intimidating them to set out of Nigeria on self-exile.
This conclusion is necessitated by the realisation that it since ceased to be comfortable or safe to continue sharing the same country with the ungrateful, uncultured, stupidly greedy and insatiable Nigeria PLC vultures, who have exhibited unending and un-abating reckless disrespect for the life, property and promise of hard working men, women and children of Nigeria and see us only as objects to be looted and exploited by government-imposed and sustained monopolies including of cement, power, telecommunications, food, security and every other facet of life. These raptorial cabal have stained the integrity of the entire nation and torn it apart, fueling and fostering bloody fights and riots between groups since its inception with their insatiable criminal obsessions and brazen quest to make money on the lives of the masses in a continued ponzi-like scheme.
These cabal continue to enjoy and make billions from Fuel-subsidy scam, FOREX subsidy scam, tax free, duty free, free land, oil wells, and all sorts of government scams till date.
Rather than a handful of persons holding the whole country to ransom through all times and at every stage, owning all assets and exploiting all resource, every Nigerian will from the effective day of this resolution, have his right to life, love and the pursuit of happiness and prosperity without being subject to money-dependent political systems built to enable a cabalized selection of and imposition of candidates who are obligated to continue to feed the gluttonous Nigeria PLC cabal.
We hereby advice that all stake-holders in the Nigeria project advice the looter cabal in all three arms of government and the private sector to relinquish their loot, assets and lands within and outside Nigeria purchased from looted funds, and go their way far from Nigeria, while the masses of Nigeria are allowed to go our way too and begin to pick the pieces of our plundered lives and nation(s).
Concerned by this persistent Nigeria PLC threat to national peace, prosperity and hope, we have reviewed the conditions of our existence with the following observations:
The persistence to remain in and around government by the unruly and insatiable cabal who gather together to re-plot at every inter-wedding of their children, has lately assumed another alarming twist as Nigeria's Attorney general, in spite of losing to SERAP in court has yet declined to release the names of his looter Nigeria PLC friends and the Buhari administration continues to openly fight to shield the looters with the AGF promising to only release their names "piecemeal," which will keep the main ones who Malami and Buhari have on their speed-dial, unreleased indefinitely, in clear and categorical violation of court's orders.
To add on the deadly insult, the brazen and desperately plunderous Nigeria PLC have shamelessly sponsored a bill in the National Assembly to grant full Amnesty from inquiry and prosecution for looters. While the Bible says thieves must pay back as much as seven-fold and the Quran tells to cut their hand, shielded and endorsed by the government, Nigeria PLC have legitimized looting and even made it a thing of prestige.
These latest actions and similar oppressive and violently exploitative conducts which amount to a brutal encroachment on the rights of the masses with the sparing of nothing from looting, including the air the masses breathe, are downright unacceptable and shall no longer be tolerated.
Nothing works in Nigeria because of the Nigeria PLC cabal. They continue to sabotage the refineries because of fuel subsidy largesse and then because they are building their own and want high stocks. Also in partnership with their co-conspirators in the government, they sabotage Nigeria's refineries so they can buy and own them as they did in the past before cabal-killer, late Yar'Adua of beloved memory overturned the sales to them.
They have PhD graduates drive their heavy trucks on the roads and damage them while flying around smoothly in their private jets. 
The cabal do not care about the security of Nigeria because they ride in bullet and bomb proof vehicles and plunder money meant for securing the nation through military Procurement officers while helping them buy homes in Dubai and exotic farms in Nigeria.
Nigeria PLC have created a society where kidnapping is rampant and in partnership with state security agencies, they pay to free their loved ones on day one of kidnap while the Nigerian masses like the Lagos Epe kids remain at the mercy of well financed kidnappers, who have made money from Nigeria PLC and received arms from their trade.
The cabal do not care about power and partner with sequential governments to loot Nigeria silly, because they sell generators and use the most expensive systems at home promoting noise and air pollution while the masses continue to cower in darkness in this century.
The cabal who the Nigerian government sold NEPA to, now charge Nigerians the most expensive rates in the world for no service. This is just a latest of the many other services the cabal have used looted money to own and now again use to exploit the masses in ponzi schemes. Others are cement, internet, mobile networks and even the ".ng" domain which is sold at $100/year compared to all other domains sold worldwide which go for as little as $10/year.
There is no pipe-borne water today, in 2017!, while Nigeria PLC operate and sell bottled water for profit, which they even bathe with.
Every single one of their children receives their education abroad while Nigerian schools are allowed to be eye-sores. Fresh-looking Saraki is an example of how their children turn out. Schooled abroad by his cabal dad. Their kids will again have all the opportunity while we and ours compete for scrap. They give their kids CBN jobs while ours wait for NPower handouts. They go to treat headaches abroad and park presidential private jets in wait, while Nigerian hospitals are worse than Babalawo traditional centers.
The Nigeria PLC cabal protect personal interests and oppose the choice of the masses by ensuring that there is no restructuring of Nigeria and that there is no devolution of power because the present deadlocked and regressive state of existence serves their nationwide blood-sucking partnerships and aids their nationwide investments of looted cash. 
The Nigerian judiciary has now been weaponized against the Nigerian masses and whenever Nigeria PLC has cases, dozens of SAN attorneys are chattered in a typical format to assure of permanent delay of the cases, intimidation of the opposition and eventual immunity. We saw that in the Buhari certificate case where hundreds of attorneys were engaged to intimidate the court. We have saw it with the case against the senate president and we have seen the travesty justice has become with all other recent cases that remain eternally delayed and with justice served only in the interest of Nigeria PLC and against Nigeria. This status-quo has now become totally intolerable.
Nigeria PLC has sat on the political system and stopped necessary reforms to completely ban political spending which is the only avenue for the emergence and and success of true intellectual and forthright candidates. Nigeria PLC works with successive governments to block such reform where all parties will be equally sponsored by the government and only the true best candidate can win. Nigeria's fate can no longer be determined in Minna and Otta.
Millions have died in the north due to Boko Haram, sponsored by Nigeria PLC. Nigeria PLC continues to allow the terrorists thrive as it remains a conduit for amassing billions in military supply and services contracts. Nigeria PLC have continued to use Boko Haram and the rebuilding of the northeast as an avenue for looting and even those caught in the act are shielded by the Nigeria PLC president and acting president.
Again to distribute GMO altered seeds for their foreign partners, Nigeria PLC sponsors Boko Haram and Fulani herder terrorists to destroy farming in the nation so the cabal can not only buy up the land but also help force GMO and Monsanto and other poisonous seeds that cannot be re-planted and keep farmers dependent on big corp and in effect on Nigeria PLC, as we see happening in the desperate northeast currently.
Our Recourse
Since Nigeria PLC have clearly abused the unreciprocated hospitality that gave them unrestricted access to, and ownership of wealth, landed properties and assets all over the Nigeria, our first major move shall be to reclaim, assume and assert sole ownership and control of these assets and landed resources currently owned, rented or in any way enjoyed by the ingrate Nigeria PLC looter cabals in any part of Nigeria.
The French revolution where the famous phrase, "the poor will be left nothing to eat but the rich," and the American Trade-union revolution against the Robber barons happened for the same reason that we are having our revolution this October 1st: to break up a deadly government-private cabal monopoly that has deprived the majority of all hope and their right to life.
Consequently, all Nigerians are immediately mandated to commence immediate inventory of all properties, spaces or activity in the nation currently engaged by the looter cabal for forfeiture at the expiration of the ultimatum contained in this declaration. In specific terms, the good citizens and co-victims of the plunderous cabal are directed to compile and forward an up-to-date data of all locations occupied by any Nigeria PLC cabal in any part of Nigeria as well as their properties abroad including schools, markets, shops, workshops, residences, refineries, farms, industrial plants, oil wells and every other activity-spaces.
We are hereby placing the Nigerian authorities and the entire nation on notice that as from the 1st October 2017, we shall commence the implementation of visible actions to prove to the whole world that we are no longer part of any federal union that should do with the predacious Nigeria PLC cabal. From that date, effective, peaceful and safe mop-up of all the remnants of the stubborn thieving cabal that neglect to heed this quit notice shall commence, to finally eject them from every part of the Nigerian state.
Signed: Dr.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Presidency yesterday distanced itself from the statement allegedly made by Acting President Yemi Osinbajo that certain nominees need no Senate confirmation.
The Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami and the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said at no time did the Federal Executive Council take a position or decide on the issue.
The AGF and the presidential spokesman separately addressed State House correspondents after yesterday’s FEC meeting, presided over by Osinbajo.
The Senate had on Tuesday resolved to stop all confirmation hearings for nominees forwarded by Osinbajo until the question over its power to confirm appointees is resolved.
It had in April suspended the confirmation of President Buhari’s nominees for Resident Electoral Commissioners over his refusal to remove the acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, whose nomination it had twice rejected following a report by the Department of State Security Service.
Malami said: "The fundamental consideration about the alleged statement (by Osinbajo) is the fact that at no point ever did the Federal Executive Council sit down to arrive at the decision in one way or the other as far as the issue of nomination or otherwise is concerned. So, I do not think it constitutes an issue for the Federal Executive Council to make any clarification about because it has never been considered by the FEC."
Shehu clarified that the remarks made months ago by Osinbajo on nominees’ confirmation was his personal opinion.
He said Osinbajo was being misconstrued for merely corroborating a lawyer’s view that a certain category of appointees need not undergo Senate’s screening.
Shehu emphasised that there was no official position or decision on the matter by FEC.
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