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[ Masterweb Reports ] - Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi, Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says plans are underway to compel traffic offenders to pay one hundred thousand naira as penalty for a traffic offence.
Oyeyemi said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on the sideline of the Technical Working Group (TWG) on Nigeria Road Safety Strategy on Wednesday in Abuja.
"You cannot arrest somebody for using a phone while driving and he pays four thousand naira as penalty. And almost immediately he goes back to commit same offence.
"Fines are supposed to serve as deterrent, which is why I said that I am in support of what the National Assembly is doing presently amending the Act of the FRSC to make the fines go up.
"I was not the one that initiated it, it is the National Assembly that initiated it and I am in support and I will make sure that before the middle of next year this is passed into law.
"I believe that by the time traffic offenders’ start paying between fifty to one hundred thousand naira for a single traffic offence, they will not want to commit such offence again," he said.
The FRSC boss reiterated that penalties for traffic offences were to serve as deterrent, adding that the present regime of fines and penalties do not serve as deterrent, hence the need to increase the fines.
*Photo Caption - Boboye Oyeyemi, Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC).

[ Masterweb Reports: Linus Effiong reports ] - Abia State Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu, has performed the ground breaking ceremony of the Dangote Education for Employment (E4E) job centre at Okpuala in Isiala Ngwa North Local Government Area of the state.
The pilot project which is to be fully funded by Dangote Group, led by Alhaji Aliko Dangote, is aimed at providing a digital one-stop-shop for job seekers with services that include free employment consultancy.
Speaking at the event, Governor Ikpeazu, who was represented by his deputy, Rt Hon. Ude Oko Chukwu, applauded the Dangote group for selecting Abia State as one of the pioneer states for the corporate social responsibility project.
Dr Ikpeazu pointed out that his administration’s pledge to offer technical and vocational education training to 100, 000 youths in the state had been boosted by the Dangote project.
In his address, the Chairman of Dangote Group, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, who was represented by Mr Charles Obera, said the job center project was a demonstration of the commitment of the group towards human capital development in Nigeria and Abia State in particular and urged other corporate organizations, development partners and well-meaning Abians to rally round Governor Okezie Ikpeazu to support his "numerous laudable initiatives" aimed at retraining the youths of the state by sponsoring at least one of the remaining 16 E4E centres planned for other local governments areas of the state.
The State Coordinator of the E4E program, Chief Endi Ezengwa, stated that the setting up of job centers of international standard and the E4E program was a major development initiative conceived and championed by Governor Ikpeazu from day one of his administration.

Also speaking, the Chairman of Isiala Ngwa North Local Government Area, Chief Ginger Onwusibe, expressed delight on the choice of the area for the pilot project of the E4E job centre.

*Photo Caption - Alhaji Aliko Dangote


[ Masterweb Reports: Romoke W. Ahmad reports ] - A woman supected for kidnapping has been lynched and set ablaze by an irate mob at Offa Garage end of Ilorin-Offa Road, Kwara state. The mob, according to eyewitnesses, after lynching the suspect left her burnt corpse on the maiden of the road near a popular petrol station and close to the NURTWE motor park.
Sources said the suspect attempt to kidnap twins‎ in a muslim school within Kilanlo area of Ilorin on the pretext that their mother had asked her to take custody of the babies.
They added that when the mother of the twins were contacted she denied sending anyone to bring home the children.
She was said to have rushed to the school, screaming that she never sent anybody.
Sources further said that people who heard the lamentation of the mother followed her and pounced on the suspect, dragged her along to the road to the Offa Garage end of the Ilorin-Offa road set her on fire.
Though some concerned people were said to have made frantic efforts to plead with the mob to allow the suspect be taken to a police station, the irate mob ignore the entreaties and burnt her.
The state Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Ajayi Okasanmi confirmed that the suspect was set ablaze before the arrival of the police officers.
He noted that the police had rescued people from lynching along the same area who were falsely accused of commiting one crime or the other.
He warned residents to stop taking laws into their hands, adding that they should report suspects to the police for necessary action.
He also said three people had been arrested in connection with the lynching, adding that police had commenced investigations in the matter.
*Photo Caption - Burnt kidnap suspect

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari says Nigeria needs her troops that have been keeping peace in Guinea Bissau back home. Buhari said he hoped that the president of Guinea Bissau would accept a constitutional way of resolving the situation in his country.
He was speaking at the Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja Friday while meeting with the president of ECOWAS Commission and chairperson of the African Union Commission during which he emphasized the need for accountability and good neighborliness in both the sub-region, and on the African continent.
Buhari said he expected a formal report on the situation in Guinea Bissau at the 52nd Ordinary Session of the ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State and Government which Nigeria hosts on Saturday (today) in Abuja.
"We need our troops back home, and I hope the President of that country will accept a constitutional way to resolve the situation there," Buhari, according to a statement by his spokesman Mr Femi Adesina, said this while receiving the president of the ECOWAS Commission, Marcel A. de Sousa.
Buhari said it was gladdening that the organization was demanding accountability from its headquarters staff which made it recently invite the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) from Nigeria, to look into its books.
"Thanks for being firm, and for insisting on transparency and accountability at the ECOWAS headquarters," President Buhari said, adding that Nigeria would continue to fulfill its obligations to the sub-regional body.
The ECOWAS Commission boss thanked Nigeria for agreeing to host the 52nd Ordinary Session at short notice, adding that the impact of Nigeria was quite strong in the organization.
"We are under financial pressure due to terrorist attacks in the sub-region, but Nigeria being out of recession will have an impact on the entire region," de Souza said.
He noted that Nigeria was the highest contributor of troops to Guinea Bissau, but admitted that "the troops can't be there endlessly."
*Photo Caption - President Buhari

[ Masterweb Reports ] - An Igbo Lady who resides in Ghana is claiming she saw The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu disguising in Ghana. She claims she saw him at Eddys Pizza in Ghana at about 8:45 pm, yesterday, 11 of December 2017… She says when she saw him, she spoke to......   Read More
*Photo Caption - Eddys Pizza, Ghana.

[ Masterweb Reports: Doyin Adebusuyi reports ] - A Police Corporal, Ayodele Famodimu, has reportedly shot dead a commercial bus driver (names not yet known) at a check-point in Oye community, the headquarters of Oye Local Government Area of Ekiti State.
It was gathered that the bus driver was travelling from Ikare in Ondo State and had arrived at the checkpoint late on Tuesday.
Some eye-witnesses alleged that the driver had refused to part with money at the checkpoint, an action they claimed had infuriated one of the policemen, who shot at the vehicle while speeding away.
A witness narrated: "When the driver was hit by the bullet, he lost control of the bus and it somersaulted, leaving the passengers therein.
"He was lying dead at the scene; while in the confusion, every other person was crawling out of the crashed vehicle, seeking help."
According to the witness, the victim hailed from Ikare in Ondo State, adding that the monarch of Ikare had spoken with the FRSC, Ekiti State command to ascertain his identity.
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), speaking through Mr. Mohammed Olowo, confirmed the incident adding that only the driver of the bus died in the incident.
Olowo said there were no critical injuries, pointing out that a hospital called the morning after saying no critical injury was registered.
The Public Relations Officer of the Ekiti State Police Command, Mr. Alberto Adeyemi, confirmed the incident.
While speaking on the telephone, Adeyemi said the suspected police corporal has been arrested and is "already facing departmental orderly room trial."
He said, "The policeman in question is a Superintendent of Police, his name is Corporal Ayodele Famodimu and his departmental orderly room trial has already started.
"When the trial has been concluded, he would be dismissed after which he would be charged to court."
*Photo Caption - As seen.

[ Masterweb Reports: SKC Ogbonnia reports ] - The People's Democratic Party (PDP), the main opposition party in Nigeria, has concluded its long-awaited national convention. The main takeaway from the gathering is the zoning of its presidential candidate for the 2019 elections to Northern Nigeria. But they may not be alone. The fiercest narrative that has continued to greet my expression of interest to vie for president under the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) is that power must remain in the North past 2019.
So, why specifically the North at this critical stage of national development where the nation is facing serious crises in all fronts? Have the leaders from any particular zone shown any magic wand in solving national problems? If zoning is suddenly the sole panacea for our problems, what are the criteria?
The cursory history below is cue.
By May 2019, the North might have occupied the seat of power for about 42 out of 59 years of national independence. Of the three Northern political zones, the North-West would have been in power for roughly 18 years; 11 democratic, and 7 years under military rule. The North-East already had about 6 years of democratic governance in the First Republic; while the North-Central accounted for solid 18 years, all military. Yet, despite unfettered allocation of federal funds to the Northern region, its huge natural and human resources remain grossly untapped. It is not surprising, therefore, that the image of the poor human condition in the North is the convex lens through which the history of bad leadership in Nigeria is seen worldwide.
Similarly, the Southern Nigeria has held power for about 17 years. The South-West zone was at the helm for 12 years; 8 years of democratic power, and 4 years of military and quasi military dictatorships. The South-South follows with 5 years, all democratic leadership; while the South-East accounted for 6 months through military authority. Unfortunately, however, the condition of vital federal projects in the South, including roads and airports, remain an eyesore. Needless to mention that the region is well known for high crime rates home and abroad.
Ultimately, politicians from both the North and South are guilty of bad leadership in Nigeria. We must admit, therefore, that the distrust in the polity is deeply rooted in the past, where each ethnic group or region patently shares blame. But if zoning must prevail at this critical time, common sense dictates that the law of equity would equally demand that the position of the president be allocated to the region or the zones thus far marginalized in the presidential equation.
Critics are expected to roar here. As if Nigeria just attained independence in 1999, they will attempt to argue that the rotation began in 1999. Others have also made the case that the rotation rationale does not consider military rule. Fine. But there is the need for consistency. Nigeria has moved onto political zones instead of the regional concept. Thus, the presidential calculators ought to zoom their searchlight into the North-Central and the South-East, being the political zones that are yet to produce democratic presidents. In other words, any presidential aspirant from North-West, South-West, South-South, and North-East might as well step aside.
More progressively, let there be open contest from all zones without preordained anointment. Nigeria needs a leader who is best equipped to lead at this stage of national development. For things are not going well in our country. The ordinary man and woman is finding it difficult to survive. Many of the youths are fleeing the country, most of whom have no other choice than to embrace the harsh conditions in immigration jails in foreign lands as more hopeful than the free life in our native land. Some are even accepting to be sold as slaves insofar they escape the Nigerian dilemma.
Make no mistake about it, the main problem is not the fault of the current national government. Instead, it is a culmination of acute leadership failures inherited from the past PDP regimes that squandered the nation's golden opportunities. For example, despite unprecedented revenue generated from crude oil from 1999 to 2014, abject corruption, rather than the dividend of the hard-earned democracy, was the order of the day.
As can be recalled, that very situation prompted many patriots, including this writer-to sacrifice our individual political and business interests-to promote any candidate who could stem the tide of bad governance bedeviling the country at the time. We did not care about ethnicity, religion or creed. We did not care that the South-South, the very life zone of the nation, which at the time had a sitting president in Goodluck Jonathan, had not exhausted its eight years in Aso Villa. All we sought was a Nigerian, simply a Nigerian, with a history of fighting corruption. Muhammadu Buhari was that man.
Buhari came back to power with good intentions and has performed to the best of his ability. At least, corruption is once again being viewed as stealing. But, if the truth is told, his best can no longer cope with the demands of the 21st century Nigeria. In short, President Muhammadu Buhari has two glaring styles to consider moving forward: The Mandela manner or the Mugabe muggle. The world is watching.
The world is definitely watching, believing that Nigeria can do much better. It is not a secret that her citizens, including the youth, are leading lights worldwide in all-important areas of human civilization from medicine, education, engineering, law enforcement, and what have you. Yet, the same Nigerian professionals cannot replicate similar standards at home because of all manners of discrimination, including uneven zoning and quota. That trend must change. The posterity beckons on us to capitalize on our rich diversity and find common grounds where ideas could converge for practical solutions instead of amplifying the echoes of a lifelong pattern of tribal or regional rivalries.
SKC Ogbonnia*, an APC presidential aspirant, writes from Abuja, Nigeria.
*Photo Caption - SKC Ogbonnia

[ Masterweb Reports: Saawua Terzungwe reports ] - A former acting national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Uche Secondus was this morning elected as authentic national chairman of the party.
Secondus got 2, 000 votes to beat a former Minister of Education, Prof. Tunde Adeniran who scored 230 votes. He also beat broadcast mogul, Chief Raymond Dokpesi who got 66 votes and Prof. Taoheed Adedoja who got no vote.
The party's delegates also elected Senator Umar Tsauri as national secretary of the party.
Details soon......
*Photo Caption - PDP logo

[ Masterweb Reports: Pwavodi Joshua reports ] - Dec. 6, 2017: The Attack by Fulani herdsmen yesterday was a reprisal attack to what happened last two weeks in Shafaron Village of Numan Adamawa State. Last week information came to the people about the incoming of several Fulani and foreigners into the state and believed to have been camped around Mayo Belwa.
There was tension on Friday 1/12/2017 that the Fulani are set to attack Numan and its environs, as a result of this information alot of people packed and left the town for safety elsewhere. The same day there was clash between the MOPOL and the Fulani which led to the loss of lives of 7 MOPOL.
The main attack started around 6am yesterday (4/12/2017) where thousands of the herdsmen advance towards Lawaru village. These herdsmen are believed to be hired from other countries to carry out this massacre. They were heavily armed with different sophisticated weapon such as Machine Guns, RPG, AK 47, Knives, Matches, Bows and Arrow, one can wonder where they got all these fire arms from.
The villagers despite the attack went in good spirit with no gun but guts. They tried to counter the herdsmen but it was not possible. While the men remained behind to fight, hundreds of women were running into bushes. Within some minutes, the troop headed into Dong. People hid themselves watching the herdsmen burning their houses. Young girls between the age 12-14hrs were raped mercilessly by the herdsmen.
Aside that, a helicopter was hovering over, and giving them cover. At a certain point when the villagers noticed the herdsmen were running out of arms, they mobilized themselves to face the herdsmen. Not too long a military jet released a bomb on the villagers killing many of them. Most of the men killed were by the four air strikes while children and women were killed by the Fulani.
In total Seven villages have been burnt down, which are Dong, Lawaru, Kodomti, Shafaron, Bare, Nzoruwe, Shemun. The village head of Lawaru has been killed. More than 50 confirmed dead bodies recorded and thousands of villagers are left homeless. The Fulani were in their thousands clearing all this villages heading towards Numan which is believed to be their main target, but they got scared and turned back when their bullets was getting exhausted and despite all this that was happening there were no any security to counter them.
As a trained jet fighter you can’t make mistakes on a broad day light when the Fulani people are in thousands. There is no any re-enforcement from the Government. The Jets threw bombs and the impact of the bombs was one of the contributing factors that destroyed the villages.
All the statements from the government are false and political. We will quote from what the Emir of Kano said "I hope what happened in Mambilla and Numan will not go Unpunished ". This attack came some days after this statement.
The government should not force us to conclude that they have a hand in this attack. This is a carefully, Sponsored and calculated planned attack to kill the bachama people, and we will be tempted to say the government were aware of this attack and yet they were silent about it. The worst has already been done, we hope the lives of the people lost will rest in peace. *Click link for enlarged photo of victims -
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*Photo Caption - Some of the victims *Click link below for enlarged photo of victims -

Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] -  Sometimes in life, it takes a fresh jolt to keep us aligned. I got my life’s thrill in this beautiful and blessed town of the hills and waters called Akwuke. Indeed, Awkunanaw hosts a great son! It was just few weeks back that I had the privilege to have had that beautiful, yet horribly chilling experience which jolted me back to reality: We love our land, but not all love the land.
Although I am yet to experience less than a percentage of the beauties and treasures of Akwuke, the striking awakening which greeted me there was the realization of a treasure land that lacks true seekers. We all know when the ungodly are in power. But it takes righteousness, even of the inward, to comprehend just a fraction of our limitlessness. I refuse to be silenced while I seek the truth with my all. And I do believe, without reservations, that Jesus Christ is for all and that He truly is God and died for me and rose again for me on the third day. He did these and more so I would have life to the fullest. The same is the testimony of all who look to God for salvation. The youths of Akwuke are not left out.
As the joined images show, Akwuke has a pathway of land and water living in absolute harmony. None of us was there when God spoke the heavens and the earth into shape, so we cannot claim to have made anything. We live, however, by grace and that grace in the youths and, indeed, in all of Akwuke positioned them there. When grace comes to you from God, it becomes your right to excel before the world. Jesus was before all. Let me try to explain the synergy between the waters here and the earth – rushing in and through and breaking down as different types and sizes of collectible sand. Somewhere at the other corner of this river known as Inyama/Akwuke Beach, the result of the said union also constantly births what civil engineers colloquially refer to as gravel.
Daily, there are about 300 people – the youths and even to the elderly – working assiduously as they gather, scoop and load sands and gravels into trucks numbering over 100. These young men who labor on the sand section go with N2000 for every truck filled by a team of four. So, if four of these men load 5 trucks a day, they would be going home with N2500 each. Sometimes, as I understand, each of them can go home with as much as N4000. This work goes on daily, except on Sundays. Each truck that leaves the beach meets with a first and a second gate before heading out of Akwuke and towards Garki or elsewhere. At these two imaginary gates manned by select youths, a driver pays N800 for each. If a driver carries through ten trips of sand a day, for instance, he would be paying a sum of N16000 to government agents manning the two gates.
One would say that the town is blessed and the youths are employed and, therefore, all is well. But I beg to differ. When you come into a place with so much money coming from natural resources (and I bet you, beneath will surely lie some of other globally recognized resources) but no true government face, you would know: the youths would be comfortable in discomfort – to the detriment of their future. This town houses soldiers who have not trained for conventional war in a conventional world. Although they exude strength on the ground, their lack of experience and training sets them in time as perpetual sufferers. You would want to know why I said that. Well, one would think that, with the type of money flowing in and out of that beach, there would be a bank nearby; or, at least, banks’ staff coming in often to collect cash. So what you have is a system seemingly structured as if to keep the youths from thinking beyond their temporal life of ecstatic forgetfulness. They get the money all through the day and cheerfully eat them every night. The road from where these two government agents collect money at each checkpoint remains in a terrible state from year to year. At some point, they would only run some areas through with bulldozers. This, of course, worsens its state. My question then is: what is the government doing with all the money coming in from there if they cannot create a good road strong enough for those money-bearing trucks? On the other hand, why has no bank decided to help these youths train their wealth? I do not even want to talk about those ministries, parastatal, agencies and groups claiming to stand for youth empowerment. They are practically non-existent. In case you do not know, your actions, rather, inactions are destroying the future of that land and her posterity. You cannot excuse yourself in the ills that emanate from there due to your nonchalance and anti-posterity policies.
These youths should be helped and they need this help today. Most of them do not go to school even when they are not far from the metropolis. They do not go to school because they get crumbs which seemingly carry them through each day somehow. They do not go to school because the government thinks that the beach is strong enough to keep them blind and unambitious for so long and, so, has not seen beyond their noses to preparing them for a future beyond scooping of sands. Tell me, what would these youths become when Inyama Beach is taken over by either the events of life or governance? Where would you expect them to turn to if not to crime? I hold those indigenous government representatives responsible for these wrongs. The youths of Akwuke should be given scholarships mostly on mining studies and on other engineering professions. While the government looks into this, banks should send human extensions to help them think outside the box, and the road leading to this beach should be repaired or rebuilt. It is saddening enough that the State government has not seen any tourism need for the place beyond a seasonal charade and mockery of westernization. One disheartening but unconfirmed piece of information I was given while there had to do with the useless Osu caste system which devastated Igboland and still runs in the minds of old men who see and do no good. Anyways, this is for another day. Although one of these youths, possibly fueled by a wrongly channeled desire for a better future, somehow managed to steal my new Wiko robby Game Changer phone (sent to me by one of my brothers somewhere in Europe) through the window of the Lorry in which I always slept during the nights of my tour, I still have nothing but love and genuine affection for them. To you Akwuke youths, I say: Your future is bright! You are born into a blessed land and you are blessed with it. Let us think rightly.