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[ Masterweb Reports ] - The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), has attributed most road crashes on Nigerian roads to human factors and not witchcraft as believed by some people in the country.
 
Sector Commander of the corps in Imo, Mr Joseph Aremu made this known in Owerri on Wednesday while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
 
The sector commander advised motorists in the country to always stick to traffic rules and obey all road signs.
 
Aremu said that contrary to belief by some Nigerians that road crashes was a manipulation of witches, major causes of most auto crashes were over speeding, driving under the influence of alcohol and bad tyres.
 
According to him, a driver will lose sense of judgment if he decides to drive under the influence of alcohol and when the right judgment is lost, the next result is auto crash.
 
The commander said that the corps in Imo were doing everything possible to ensure that road users stick to traffic rule, adding that the command will go tough on traffic offenders.
 
Aremu said that though road crashes had reduced in the state, the FRSC would continue to partner with relevant sister agencies and stakeholders to ensure that the road was safe for all. (NAN)
 
*Photo Caption - As seen.
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari's health status will determine whether or not he will seek reelection in 2019, the Presidency has said. The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, said this in an interview.
 
"Yes, health is wealth. Health is wealth. The president is not a frivolous person. If he thinks that his health cannot carry anything, he will not do it. So, of course, his health will matter a lot. It will be very important, but we need to give the glory to God for the way he is now.
 
"Everyday you see the president, you see a glow about him, you see a freshness about him. I think he’s even in a better state than when he came in 2015. It’s all to the glory of God.
 
"So, once he assesses that his health can carry it, there’s nothing wrong if he steps into the fray. But he has the final decision," Adesina said.
 
Adesina, who said it is Buhari's right to seek reelection or leave office in 2019, noted that the president had not declared his intention.
 
"Then, talking of his (Buhari's) own personal ambition or lack of it, we have to wait until he blows the whistle. You can’t start a race until the whistle is blown. So, when he blows the whistle and say ‘yes, this is my ambition,’ then, the race start. So, for now, we just say that we keep waiting on him to tell us what direction to go," he said.
 
Responding to a question on the calls on Buhari to do the Mandela option of four years only, Adesina said: "Of course, this is a democracy. People will always have a right to their opinion. You know one thing about democracy is that there is multiplicity of opinion. So, those who believe in the Mandela option, it is their right. And it is also the right of the president to run or not to run. So, you don’t abridge the right of anybody under a democracy."
 
Adesina expressed belief that the president had achieved enough to get a second term.
 
"I believe that if the president wants to run, he can run. I will support him. I will always support him any day. Then, has he done enough? More than enough. In fact, a second term will give him chance to consolidate on what he has done.
 
"The things he has done are apparent: security, despite the challenges of the moment, you can’t rule out what he has done in security. Economy: economy went into recession, stayed there just for one year, it has come out and the indices are are good. Even the World Bank has projected 2.5% growth for Nigeria this year.
 
"So, in the economy, the government is doing well. The economy is like a plane with its nose up. As long as you have a plane with its nose up when it’s taking off, it’s good news. Anti-corruption, no friend, no foe. That goes on. So, those three things he appointed for himself, one, to secure the country, two, to fight corruption, three, to revive the economy, they are going well."
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Abbas Jimoh reports ] - Late Dr. Alex Ekwueme, Nigeria’s former vice president who died on November 19, 2017 in a London hospital, will be buried on February 2, according to burial plans unveiled by the Federal Government yesterday in Abuja.
 
The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) and Chairman of the national burial committee, Boss Mustapha, said the plan would ensure the late elder statesman got a befitting burial.
 
Mustapha, represented by the Minister of Labour and Productivity, Senator Chris Ngige, said government both at the Federal and South East levels would be fully represented.
 
According to the funeral programme released by the SGF’s office, a Memorial Service would hold today (January 19) by 2pm at Cathedral Church of Christ Marina, Lagos, while Evening of Tributes and Music is slated for 5pm same day at Muson Centre Onikan Lagos.
 
"On Saturday, at 5pm, Memorial Service will hold at St Marylebone Parish Church London W1 5LT. On Sunday, January 28, 6pm, there will be service of songs and Evening of Tributes at the International Conference Centre, Abuja," he said.
 
The body of the late Ekwueme would arrive from London on January 29 and would later depart for Enugu, where it would be received by South East governors.
 
He said the Lying-in-State would be held on February 2 at the late Ekwueme’s residence before his final interment same day at the residence.
 
*Photo Caption - Late Dr. Alex Ekwueme
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The National Economic Council has constituted a 10-man working committee to address killings by herdsmen. The committee is headed by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Kano State Governor Abdullahi Ganduje told State House correspondents after the council meeting yesterday.
 
The committee also comprised the governors of Kaduna, Zamfara, Taraba, Benue, Adamawa, Edo, Plateau, Oyo and Ebonyi States as members.
 
Ganduje stated that the committee would collaborate with the Federal Government in addressing impunity regarding killings and violence.
 

According to him, the committee would work to ensure that all perpetrators of violence were brought to book.
 

*Photo Caption - Nigeria Vice President Yemi Osinbajo
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Federal Executive Council yesterday approved N3.78 billion for the rehabilitation of water supply scheme in Kazaure, Jigawa State. The Minister of Water Resources, Sulaiman Adamu, told State House correspondents after the FEC meeting that the contract was awarded to CGC Nigeria Limited.
 
The Council also approved a memo to upgrade the flight safety laboratory.
 
The Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, stated this while briefing State House correspondents.
 
He said the laboratory, used for accident investigation purposes, would be upgraded with N656 million.
 
On his part, Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola said there is still power shortage in the country because out of the 7,000 megawatts of electricity being generated; only 5,000 could be distributed.
 
He said Council yesterday approved a memo providing a framework of investment "At the 33KVA and 11KVA lines in expanding the national distribution network to deliver an extra 2,000mw."
 
*Photo Caption - As seen.
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - Benue State Governor Sam Ortom as well as political and traditional leaders from the state are at the Council Chambers of Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja for a meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari. The meeting is over the recent killings by herdsmen in the state.
 
The delegation, led by Ortom, comprises former Senate President David Mark, former Governor George Akume, Tor Tiv, Senator Bananas Gemade, among others.
 
Also in attendance are Defence Minister Mansur Dan-Ali, Agriculture Minister Audu Ogbeh, Interior Minister Abdulrahman Dambazzau and other government officials.
 
Details soon.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari
 

[ Masterweb Reports ] - The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has seal off 6 fuel stations in Anambra for allegedly hoarding and selling petrol above the official pump price of N145 per litre.
 
The affected filling stations were located in Awka, the capital city, Onitsha the commercial town and neighbouring Nkpor and Obosi.
 
NAN reports that Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) sold between N220 to N240 per litre in Awka and most parts of Anambra at outlets owned by major and independent marketers.
 
The DPR also enforced the government approved pump price of N145 per litre by supervising the dispensing of over 16,000 litres of PMS to customers in the state.
 
Speaking on their field operation in Anambra, Callistus Obodoechina of the Retail Outlets and marketing Unit, DPR Enugu office said the enforcement would continue until marketers complied.
 
Obodoechina said the reasons for sealing the filling stations include selling product above the approved pump price, refusal to revert to normal rate. alleged involvement in diversion and hoarding of products.
 
*Photo Caption - A filling station
 



[ Masterweb Reports: Hope Abah reports ] - Tears flowed freely yesterday as 73 people killed by gunmen at their homes in several rural communities of two local government areas of Benue State were finally interred in a mass grave in Makurdi.
 
The 73 who were killed in Guma and Logo LGAs respectively between January 1 and 9 this year were conveyed in five trailers and laid to rest at exactly 4:33pm after an open church service held in their honour at the IBB square in Makurdi.
 
In a sermon delivered by the Catholic Bishop of Gboko, Bishop Williams Avenya stressed the need for the Federal Government to speak up on the killings by suspected herders in the country, especially the current attacks in Benue state which he said bore the marks of genocide.
 
A survivor, Akaatenger Azinga, told the congregation that he was in his house sleeping with members of his family when the attackers came and knocked at the door and his wife went to respond, only for her to be captured and slaughtered by the gunmen.
 

"I heard my wife cry because they came in the dead of the night and when l went to rescue my wife, I discovered that they had slaughtered her and next thing, they started chasing me, they macheted me but l escaped narrowly to a nearby bush," Avenga narrated.
 

*Photo Caption - Some of the victims in coffins for burial

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - Several activists including civil right advocate, Dr. Perry Brimah narrowly escaped being killed in Abuja Wednesday as many protesting youth were shot with deaths reported and images published online.
 
Several activists came out empathetic towards the case of citizen Zeenat and her reportedly dying husband, Sheikh Zakzaky –suffering what may be a stroke after being blinded and paralyzed– who have been detained for over two years by the Buhari administration in contempt of clear court orders. The protests are being staged as the detained sheikh reportedly needs urgent medical care and his extremely patient followers and fans are finally becoming totally irritated.
 
Some of the activists were to meet with the protesters when they got to Unity fountain Abuja, while Dr Brimah had agreed to meet them at the initiation point at Area 10. When Dr Brimah got there he saw that he could print his banners nearby and decided to do so. Thus he was an hour late. A bit before 12 noon when Dr. Brimah called, he didn't know the protesters had left on schedule at 11am and already been shot and some reported killed by the Nigerian security men.
 
At 12noon when Dr Brimah got to Area 1 to try and catchup, all he met was the aftermath of the assault with teargas still smelling. Dr Brimah of @CabalMustGo proceeded to protest against police brutality, the failure to proscribe Fulani herder terrorism, militarization of the Nigerian state, the continued illegal detentions and several other injustices at the gate of the National Assembly and office of the Attorney General of the federation while the victims of the latest security services assault took care of their wounded and dead.
 
Considering the way Nigeria's security men massacre unarmed students, pro-Biafra Igbos and shia Muslims with glee, but resist even declaring Fulani armed and murderous terrorists as such and never promise to kill or apprehend the perpetrators of their massacres, "in Nigeria Justice is on its head" was Dr Brimah's protest message.
 
It is quite likely that had the meet-up point been anywhere else, Dr Brimah would have been in the front of the protest. Wednesday could literally have been Dr Perry Brimah's last day on earth.
 
But then, how important is Dr Brimah? Great men, sons and daughters who deserve to be hale and alive, got shot and some killed the same day. Did they deserve it because they are Shia Muslims, Shia empathizers and impartial human right and God's justice activists?
 
May God grant Buhari's son recovery and also the same for the sons of the many victims of Nigerian state's brutality. May no more of us find untimely injury and death. And may we all get treatment in the best hospitals in the unfortunate event of our injury if it does occur. Amen. The only thing certain about life is death.
 
*Photo Caption - Dr. Perry Brimah carrying placard at the scene of the protest.
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Comrade James Ezema reports ] - As the controversy surrounding the N3tr trapped pension funds to be recovered in 97 pension outfits continues to generate more reaction from Nigerians, especially with the testimony by the Attorney General and Minister of Justice at the recent Senate investigation on the reinstatement of former Chairman of the defunct Pension Reform Task Team, Abdulrasheed Maina , that, Maina gave intelligence which led to the recovery and savings of N1.3 trillion for the President Muhammadu Buhari Administration in late 2016, the President is set to reassign Mr. Maina with a view to recovering the trapped pension funds.
 
He is also to assist in recovery of other funds trapped in different agencies like the recently reported unaccounted funds lodged in Banks under the office of the Head of Service of the Federation, which has not been remitted into the Treasury Single Account (TSA) of the Federal Government of Nigeria.
 
Sources from the presidency disclosed that Mr President is interested in the N3 trillion which is said to be stashed in different places and want the funds urgently recovered.
 
"The new coming of Mr Maina will be more interesting as his sole responsibility will be to recover not only the N3tr but other government funds being siphoned by some greedy Nigerians to the detriment of the economy", the source said.
 
The source further revealed that, Mr. Maina will be made to name all those involved in the pension scam and explain how his led PRTT was able to recover the N282 billion and N1.6 trillion between 2010 and 2013.
 
He will also give details of how so much unaccounted and unremitted funds are stilled being used and siphoned by some Heads of MDAs in 2017.
 
Multiple sources in the know of development who pleased not to be named because they were not authorized to speak to the media on the matter told our correspondent that Mr President is very much interested in the N3 trillion naira Maina mentioned which is said to be littered in different outfits, accounts and with individuals.
 
The President wants the funds to be recovered.
 
It was gathered that there is an intense pressure from some highly placed persons in the country on daily basis, not to allow Mr. Maina to continue his Civil Service career so that he doesn't put his search light on some identified government Agencies and officials.
 
Maina is said to have been directed to brief Mr President and his team on the true position of the pension saga.
 
The presidency, it was discovered is not foreclosing any source of funds to finance the 2018 budget proposal, it was further gathered.
 
The new coming of Dr. Maina will be more interesting as his sole responsibility will be to recover looted funds. His area of concentration will not only centre on the N3 trillion but other areas of the economy.
 
"I can assure you that even members of the All progressive Congress (APC) who have been fingered in any corrupt activity will not be spared" a source disclosed.
 
Another source further revealed that Dr Maina is putting together list of all those involved in the pension scam from 1999 to date, the assets and will give insights as to the locations as well as explain in detail the sources of the various recoveries and those who hid the funds in the first place and how much these people were able to enjoy as per the monthly percentages of the monies they left in those forgotten government accounts over the years.
 
According to the source, "the President is not going to bow to blackmail and pressure from any quarters. Dr Maina will be given all necessary security protection necessary to do a thorough job in the interest of the Country".
 
Another insider who spoke in condition of anonymity emphasised that, having watched the video released by Dr Maina, Mr President is compelled to take this decision in the interest of Nigerians, "remember he said he belongs to nobody and he belongs to everybody, and this is a matter of public interest and Baba is ready to protect the least of Nigerians.
 
"Maina will be working with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Offices Related Commission, ICPC, as well as the Department of State Service, DSS and the Nigeria Police Force, NPF, and other agencies in recovering the funds", the source disclosed.
 
Comrade James Ezema ( Email: jamesezema@gmail.com Phone: 08035823617, 08175047979 ) is a veteran journalist, Media Consultant, Publisher, Social Engineer, Community Development Volunteer and Director of information at Citizens Rights and Empowerment Advocacy Initiative (CREMA Initiative).
 
*Photo Caption - Abdulrasheed Maina