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[ Masterweb Reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari has assured the United Nation (UN) of his commitment to credible, free and fair elections in 2019. Buhari gave the assurance when the UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed met him in Abuja, according to a note by the UN issued from New York.

 

"On preparations for the 2019 elections and expected support from the United Nations, President Muhammadu Buhari welcomed continuous support from the United Nations.
 
"And assured the Deputy Secretary-General of his commitment to ensuring credible, free and fair elections in Nigeria," the UN said.
 
Mohammed undertook a two-day visit to Nigeria from March 23 to 25, during which she met with Buhari in Abuja and interacted with other senior officials and stakeholders in Lagos.
 
The UN said the President and the Deputy Secretary-General discussed four main issues: 2019 general elections, deportation of Cameroonian asylum seekers, the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement, and the humanitarian and security challenges in Northeast.
 
"On the situation in Cameroon and the status of Cameroonian Refugees in Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari and the Deputy Secretary-General agreed on the need to respect international obligations on the rights of refugees and asylum seekers, the Cameroonians in particular.
 
"They also called for the respect of the guarantee of fair and humane treatment of those recently arrested and deported to Cameroon," the UN said.
 
"On the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement, President Muhammadu Buhari assured the Deputy Secretary-General of the country’s intention to sign the agreement following national consultations.
 
"On the humanitarian and security situation in the North East, President Muhammadu Buhari and the Deputy-Secretary welcomed the speedy return of the recently abducted girls from Dapchi.
 
"And highlighted the need for particular attention to be given to securing schools through the accelerated implementation of the Safe School Initiative," the UN added.
 
The Deputy Secretary-General has departed Abuja for Prague on Sunday, according to the UN. (NAN)
 
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[ Masterweb Reports ] - The Sokoto State Zakkat and Endowment Commission has distributed educational materials to 46 orphans and disbursed business capital to their guardians in the state.
 
The Chairman of the Commission, Malam Lawal Maidoki, who made this known while distributing the materials, said that the programme was to encourage the orphaned children in the state to go to school.
 
"This is to ensure that the 46 orphaned children are able to go back to school and become educated like those whose parents are alive."
 
"The gesture, however, is to support the state government’s commitment of declaring a state of emergency in the education sector of the state," he said.
 
Maidoki added that the gesture was part of the commission’s commitment to cater for the less privileged in the society.
 
He said that each orphan was fully provided with two school uniforms, writing and reading materials, school bags and school sandals.
 
Maidoki said that their guardians were provided with their choice of business materials including vegetable oil, bags of rice, bags of groundnut, among others and each will get a capital of N5, 000.
 
He added that the orphans were selected from each of the 23 local government areas of the state by district heads in the areas.
 
Maidoki called on wealthy individuals to emulate Alhaji Umarun Kwabo, who established a primary school to support over 150 children orphaned by insurgency.
 
The District Head of Gagi, Alhaji Sani Umar, commended the efforts of the commission in supporting the less privileged in the society.
 
Umar called on the beneficiaries to judiciously utilise the money and materials for better living standards of the orphans under their care.
 
Also, Malam Amadu Mairoba, who spoke as the Guest Speaker, said that supporting orphans in the society was the fulfillment of faith among mankind.
 
Mairoba stated that the gesture was highly recommended in the teachings of Islam, as it purifies the heart and deeds of individuals in the society. (NAN)
 
*Photo Caption - As seen.
 

 
[ Masterweb Reports ] - On Friday 23rd Mary 2018, over 40 of the 149 Nigerians deported from Libya came to The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) in Lagos, Nigeria where they received the sum of N2.5m ($7,000) from Prophet T.B. Joshua.
 
 

 
 

One of them recounted his tortuous experiences while in Libya, which were then published on T.B. Joshua’s official Facebook page:
 
No one should have to see what Onyema Igwe saw. A scene forever emblazoned in his conscience. The height of human cruelty unfolding before his naked eyes. An unwilling accomplice to a heinous crime.
 
Almost 30 of them had embarked on the treacherous trail. The journey began in Kano State, Nigeria where the group were roughly transported at night to Agadez, Niger – regrettably renowned as the smuggling capital of Africa. Onyema, a spare-parts dealer from Imo State, spent his life-savings to fund a journey "to a better life" abroad. That fantasy was soon to be dealt a heavy blow.
 
Bundled "like sardines" into the back of a pick-up truck, Onyema held tightly onto a wooden pole fixed to the truck – the only item that stood between him and falling to certain death in the infamous Sahara Desert. "If you fall, no one will come back for you," the smuggler bluntly explained. Corpses littered the ground as the vehicle sped into the horizon, a somber sign of untold dangers lying ahead.
 
The driver suddenly ground to a halt at the outline of a stationary vehicle. Squinting through the sandy haze, the sight that met Onyema was brutally heartbreaking. 30 bodies strewn in the back of the vehicle. Men. Women. Children. Gone. "The vehicle had a fault," the driver muttered. "Once you run out of water, you can’t survive more than three days out here." A foul stench pervaded the atmosphere. The odour of death and decay.
 
Hastening their speed, the journey continued. Until tragedy struck in the most wretched of manners. Onyema knew one of the female travelers was pregnant – it was obvious to see – but no one knew the combination of heat and exhaustion would trigger premature labour. In the midst of the Sahara Desert, hurtling at breakneck speeds across dunes in an overcrowded vehicle, her screams pierced the night. She delivered a baby that day… but lost her own life. The stress and trauma were too much for her frail body to bear.
 
Their ‘guide’ was furious. "How could they allow such a lady on this trip," he fumed as another ‘passenger’ cradled the newly born in her arms. The gift of life mired by the snare of death. The trafficker rudely ordered the men out of the vehicle. "Dig a grave in the sand," he bellowed. Onyema joined the others. Rudely kicking the corpse of the deceased into the crudely created hole, no one could be prepared for the instruction that followed. "Throw the baby in as well!" Shock-tingled silence. No muscle moved. No eyelid bat. "I said, throw it!"
 
"The cries of that baby still wake me up at night," Onyema soberly recounted. "I was among those forced to use sand to cover the baby and her mother in that shallow grave." He finally reached Libya but never made it across the Mediterranean Ocean to Italy. "I was sold into slavery in Libya," he narrated. Forced to do work "meant for machines". Beaten. Tortured. Starved. Is this what he sold his life-savings for?
 
Languishing in a Libyan prison, Onyema was finally among those discovered by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) and deported back to Nigeria. His first point of call was The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), alongside over 40 Nigerians repatriated from Libyan cells. On Friday 23rd March 2018, Prophet T.B. Joshua gave the group the sum of N2.5m ($7,000) to start their lives afresh back home.
 
Submitted by Tawia Acheampong ( Email: tawiatata@gmail.com )

 
*Photo Caption - Libyan deportees with the N2.5m given to them by T.B. Joshua
 
 
 
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Ebireri Henry Ovie reports ] - South-South leaders have expressed satisfaction with the performance of President Muhammadu Buhari. They also urged Buhari to throw his hat in the ring. At a meeting to appraise political actors in Nigeria, the leaders praised Buhari for investing in roads, bridges, other infrastructure and security.
 
They also commended President Buhari for promoting sustainable growth and employability, strengthening the capacity and innovation of micro, small and medium enterprises and enhancing food security and sustainable agriculture.
 
Speaking to the media after the meeting in Uyo, the Chairman, South-South Front (SSF), Chief John Harry said the leaders described names floated so far in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Social Democratic Party (SDP) and others as men with no electoral values.
 
The leaders were also appreciative of Oyegun’s role in the development of Nigeria’s democracy.
 
"Chief John Odigie-Oyegun is a genius in the area of leadership" they said.
 
The leaders who ruled out plans to support the opposition parties in 2019 praised Oyegun for enhancing political discourse, maintaining a good working relationship with President Buhari, strengthening the democracy within the party, eliminating practices that suffocate the development of democracy in Nigeria, reconciling aggrieved members of the party and winning new electorate in order for APC to remain an important political force in the country.
 
"Oyegun’s grip on internal party matters is unique" the leaders said.
 
They regarded the moves of those against tenure elongation as a threat.
 
"The performance of the Oyegun –led NWC shows great hope for expanded democracy, reforms and coherent programmes. The tenure elongation is important for the party right now given the 2019 electoral challenges. Odigie-Oyegun has the right experience in the nitty-gritty mechanics of managing a political party during and after elections"
 
Oyegun, a quiet leader with a unique affinity for building strong relationships, according to the leaders was instrumental in negotiating a peace agreement between the Presidency and the National Assembly.
 
"The friction between the executive and legislature has forced the party to rethink its role and to lay ground for healthy executive-legislature relationship.
 
They commended the ruling party for fulfilling key functions such as political recruitment, interest articulation and participation.
 
"The purpose of APC at the time of formation was not only to serve as electoral vehicle for major political figures or push PDP out but to guarantee good governance, grow the economy and sanitize the system"
 
"APC is not a one person show. It represents citizens’ interests. The party is remarkable for internal unity, consensual decision making and strong clientelistic elements especially at the local level. PDP still suffers from factional divisions, problematic shallowness and lack of meaningful engagement with ordinary citizens. The party has lost its direction" the leaders said.
 
They also hit back at Chief Perekeme Kpodo, describing his criticism directed towards Oyegun as sickening and unacceptable.
 
"We clearly disagree with Kpodo. His views on APC point to a repeated failure by the mediocre politician to appreciate the exceptional leadership of the national chairman and the attempt to position the party ahead of 2019".
 
"Oyegun's recent actions "mark a milestone for APC, for peace and for Nigeria".
 
They urged former governor of Lagos State, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu to focus on Lagos APC crisis and not waste his energy on other chapters and how to wreck havoc on the recent tenure elongation granted the Chief John Odigie-Oyegun-led APC National Working Committee.
 
"The disunity in Lagos APC will cost the party the next election".
 
Ebireri Henry Ovie ( Email: henryebi@yahoo.com Phone: 08036977194 ) reports.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari
 

[ Masterweb Reports ] - Gunmen suspected to be herdsmen have killed 3 persons in Dong Community of Jos North Area of Plateau. ASP Terna Tyopev, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in the state confirmed the incident to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Jos.
 
According to him, the ugly incident which occurred Thursday night, left some people injured.
 
"Yesterday at about 7p.m., we got information that gunmen invaded Dong community of Jos North and killed three persons.
 
"We immediately mobilised our personnel to the area we were able to bring the situation under control.
 
"Our men were also stationed in the area to forestall further attacks and break down of law and order," Tyopev said.
 
The PPRO, who said bodies of the deceased persons had been buried, called on residents of the area to remain calm, law abiding and report any suspicious movements to security agencies.
 
NAN reports that gunmen had last Wednesday attacked same community where three soldiers, two mobile policemen and scores of civilians were killed.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Eyo Charles reports ] - Teachers of West African People’s Institute (WAPI), Calabar have said the donation of a hybrid library to the school by oil firms would improve the quality of education.
 
The principal, Mrs Mercy Etim, said at the commissioning ceremony that the books available in the library would help students who may not be able to purchase the recommended books.
 
The donors, which were subsidiaries of Chevron Nig Ltd and the NNPC, established the library to mark the 80th anniversary of one of the oldest secondary schools in Nigeria, WAPI, within its compound.
 
Speaking on behalf of the donors, Mr Richard Kennedy, a director of Star Deep Water Petroleum Ltd, represented by Mike Kabi, manager in charge of government and public affairs at Chevron, said the library was part of their social intervention programmes. "This library is fully equipped with 50 computers, assorted books, generating power plant, borehole and other necessary conveniences.
 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - March 19, 2018: The national leadership of Enugu Youths Coalition is felicitating with the Executive Governor of Enugu State, Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Lawrence Ugwuanyi on the occasion of his 54th birthday anniversary today.

There is no doubt that why the governor's birthday has coincided with this year's International Day of Happiness; a day set aside by the United Nations to recognise and celebrate the importance of happiness in the lives of people around the world is because of the all-inclusive and results-oriented governance of the state by a governor with the people's touch.

Hence, it is the view and believe of this coalition that Gburugburu has performed creditably well to deserve our open felicitation and accolade on this special day.

While wishing him long-life, good health and sound wisdom to pilot the affairs of the state to enviable height, we call on the peace-loving people of Enugu State to continue to support the governor as he strives to transform the state in to a modern city with human face.

Signed:

Dr. Edwin Obune
National Coordinator
Enugu Youths Coalition
 

[ Masterweb Reports ] - The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr Babatunde Fashola, says overloading of trucks is against road safety rules and regulations and constitutes barrier to prosperity and national development.
 
Fashola said this on Monday in Abuja during a one-day public enlightenment programme on developments in the road sector organised by the ministry.
 
"Why the temptation to overload trucks against regulation and good practice may be appealing, it is ultimately a barrier to prosperity.
 
"Such practices may provide cheap and perhaps corrupt riches and income in the short term but they do more damage to our roads for which the cheap income is made.
 
"Those who engage in it prosper at the expense of others, this means that in the short run, the road is lost and the opportunities it offers diminishes," he said.
 
He said the enlightenment programme was for stakeholders to recognise that they were actors of the change that would lead the country to prosperity.
 
According to him, all over the world, one common trend to prosperity is the level of compliance to laws and regulations for every nation that prosper; there is high level of compliance.
 
"In those societies, where there is high level of compliance, what you are likely to see is that the trucks are parked in proper parks and those parks create secondary opportunities to create jobs.
 
"You will not see trucks parked on the highways which impede access and opportunities; you will see trucks carrying the specified tonnage of cargo because they want the load protected," he added.
 
He said the programme was for the stakeholders to brainstorm on ways to optimise the opportunities to be created by network of roads within the ECOWAS sub-region.
 

"This meeting will deliberate on how we can optimise opportunities that lie in road network like the trans-Sahara highway which connects Nigeria to Chad, Niger Republic, Tunisia, Republic of Mali and Algeria," he said. (NAN)
 

*Photo Caption - Nigeria Minister of Power, Babatunde Fashola
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Odimegwu Onwumere reports ] - Chief Rochas Okorocha, the indefatigable rambling Imo State governor has a new agenda he wants to introduce in the state since Senator Ifeanyi Araraume indicated his interest for the governorship race of the state come 2019: Hatred.
 
The governor who believes and has said that Araraume is not ‘Godly’ and cannot govern Imo State, has shown himself as the rightful person that lacks spiritual knowledge and the fear of God.
 
This is odiferous in the carriage with which Okorocha who thinks that he dines with God and is a family member of the Jehovahs, showcases himself in keeping malice and playing politics of acrimony, deceit and self-conceit.
 
These qualities, without a doubt, run in Okorocha’s blood like a virus and may be seen as his trademark. If not, one wonders why he would believe that Araraume would not earn his support and he would decide who Imo governor becomes in 2019 or not.
 
The bad displeasure governor had shown his ungodly manners not only to Araraume but to many too numerous to mention. For instance, the Agbasos of Emekuku, near Owerri, will never forget the double tongue they earned from Okorocha after he deceived their son, Jude, to become his deputy.
 
Jude Agbaso was later hounded out of office through some spurious, thrumpeted and kangaroo allegations. This happened after Okorocha had ‘swore’ before Chief Martin Agbaso, in the latter’s palatable compound at Emekuku, saying that Jude would go far with him in governance.
 
The raging Okorocha did that to earn the support of Martin, yet knowing deeply in his heart that he would not go far with Jude in the Imo politics. And this is what happened!
 
Many know Okorocha as a man who cannot be relied on when it comes to politics and Araraume perhaps knew about this peculiarity of the effusive Imo governor yet he loved him.
 
In the event of the 2015 elections in Imo State, Araraume directed his supporters to vote for Okorocha while believing that his action would be for Imo interest, oblivious that Okorocha would be an accident that many had thought would not happen in governance.
 
Araraume who was and has always been influential in the Nigerian politics gave the APC victory in Imo in the outcome of the April 11 2015 guber election. Araraume delivered APC in the six local governments of Okigwe zone, where Araraume comes from.
 
The Araraume whom Okorocha wants the world to believe today that has no fear of God, the latter presented glowing tributes of the former when he put the APC in the lead with over 79,000 votes.
 
"I want to tell you that I have seen a true man of integrity, a true great son of Imo State who came out to support me and the APC in the governorship elections without asking for a kobo," Okorocha told the world after the 2015 guber election. "All he asked for is that the interest of his supporters and Imo people be protected. That man is Senator Araraume."
 
This is the quintessential Araraume: A man whom many believe in that can put his head, not only leg, in a matter he so much believes in. Araraume so much believed in Okorocha, whom the Imo residents are suffering from the wound of the disaster that Okorocha has festered in the state today.
 
In the same year while in a church service at the Government House Chapel, Owerri, Okorocha was occupied of praises for Araraume. In short, Okorocha so much praised Araraume for the support he showed him, as a major determinant reason he won at the elections. If Araraume had no meek and amiable heart, he would not have supported Okorocha even when he was in another party, pre-election of 2015, other than the APC which produced Okorocha.
 
Let us not say that Okorocha is today sold out to greed and self-enrichment, while forgetting the hands that fed him. The irony is that he did not only forget the hands that fed him, but also, embroidered them with the mud.
 
Let us not also say that Okorocha is a chronic liar and deceiver who can do anything as a (godly person he wants the world to believe he is) just to get political power. And Araraume supported him to gain that political power and today, he is using it to inflict mayhem on Araraume.
 
Let us say that Okorocha is not ashamed of the malnutrition, hunger-related deaths, joblessness and food insecurity that have characterised Imo State sine seven years he has been in power. Instead of him to show remorse that Araraume is not the problem of Imo State, Okorocha concentrates on his long-term policies of blame game, over conceit, the unfortunate glowing tribute of the disgraced and resigned ex-president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma.
 
The insult which Okorocha is giving to Araraume today is unwarranted. But like Araraume would say to the rambling Okorocha, "It is only God who arrogates power, nobody can decide the fate of another; if you do that you will only be challenging your God. My destiny is in no man’s hand but God in 2019."
 
Odimegwu Onwumere is a Poet, Writer and Media Consultant based in Rivers State. Tel: +2348032552855. Email: apoet_25@yahoo.com
 
*Photo Caption - Rochas Okorocha & Ifeanyi Araraume
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday named the governors of Kebbi, Taraba, Plateau, Lagos, Ebonyi and Delta States as members of the National Food Security Council.
 
The council’s broad objectives include developing sustainable solutions to the farmers-herdsmen clashes, climate change and desertification and their impact on farmland, grazing areas and lakes, rivers and other water bodies, oil spillage and its impact on Niger Delta fishing communities, piracy and banditry, agricultural research institutions and extension services and the problem of smuggling.
 
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, who disclosed this in a statement, said the council, to be chaired by the president, would be inaugurated on Monday.
 
He said Buhari approved the constitution of the council’s membership days after he announced the intention of the federal government to establish the council.
 
Other members are the Secretary to the Government of the Federation Boss Mustapha, the Chief of Staff to the President Abba Kyari, the National Security Adviser Babagana Monguno and seven ministers.
 
The ministers are those of Agriculture and Rural Development, Finance, Interior, Industry, Trade and Investment, Water Resources, Environment, Budget and National Planning.
 
Other members include the Chief of Defence Staff, the governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, the Directors-General of the Department of State Services and National Intelligence Agency as well as the Comptroller-General of Nigeria Immigration Service.
 
Shehu said the council would also take interest in regional and global policies and trends that bear implications for food security in Nigeria.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari