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[ Masterweb Reports: Uwa Eghomeka reports ] - We live in an unusual world – a world where vices are seen as virtues, where ignorance is strength, freedom is slavery and war is peace. (Apologies to George Orwell). I recall that when I was growing up, my mother often told me to strive at all times for honour. She believed that ultimately, people will celebrate honour in a person. I took this lesson and lived by it. However, as I grew older, this message appeared not to make sense anymore. Why?
 
To many people in Nigeria, having women in leadership is a taboo, a vice and a sacrilege. Some even consider it a crime for a woman to be educated. Has anyone ever wondered why women suddenly become targets of heavy public criticism once they assume important positions? This, I fear, is the case with Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the Minister for Finance and Coordinating Minister for the Economy.
 
To the best of my knowledge, her major offence seems to stem from the fact that she is a woman. For the record, Dr (Mrs) Okonjo-Iweala had, before her appointment as minister, served in several capacities in the World Bank, yet many people seem to believe that she is still not good enough for the position she currently occupies in government. Some of us are like Oliver Twist, always wanting more!
 
In the area of unemployment, we need to be reminded that if not for the hard work of this great economist, many of our youths today would have been roaming the streets. Programmes like the Subsidy Re-Investment and Empowerment Programme (SURE-P), which has components like the Graduates Internship Scheme (GIS), providing year-long productive engagement for over 200,000 jobless graduates in areas like Agriculture, Information Technology, Education, Engineering and Finance are proof that she is not only tireless in her drive to reduce the rate of unemployment, but has also been successful so far.
 
Speaking on agriculture, SURE-P, in partnership with some state governments, has developed the Pro-farmers and Agropreneurs Sustainable Scheme (PASS) to boost food production and reduce rural-urban migration. This programme was launched first in partnership with the Ondo state Government under Governor Olusegun Mimiko, who had nothing but commendation for the initiator of this lofty programme in the person of Dr Okonjo-Iweala.
 
Still on SURE-P, the young and enterprising artisans have not been left out of the party. The system provides for the Technical Vocational Educational and Training Programme (TVET) which is aimed at reducing unemployment and poverty in Nigeria through development of skills, building of institutional capacity and investing in training Infrastructure. What more can we then ask for?
 
Though some people want us to believe she was not responsible for reduction in our national debt, what these people clearly fail to see is that even though they served at some point in their careers as CBN governors or in other capacities, Okonjo-Iweala’s role in the debt relief granted by the Paris Club in 2006 was monumental. Has any other finance minister recorded such achievement ever since? If not for her influential role in the World Bank, would Soludo or other loquacious elements like him have gone to Paris Club on their questionable moral authority to ask for debt relief? Before Okonjo-Iweala’s success, hadn’t other African countries been asking for reparations from the Western world without much to account for in terms of their success rate?
 
As far as this writer is concerned, the finance minister is only being vilified unnecessarily. There is nothing she does that is good in their eyes and this is because they are deluded; blind, even though their eyes are wide open. Her critics are people who failed abysmally in the areas of their core responsibilities. They failed in their bid to get back to mainstream politics, which probably accounts for why they have chosen to ride on her back straight to relevance, but they’ve hit the rocks.
 
They launched vociferous personal attacks on her person, because she chose to serve her nation. Thankfully, her stoic disposition has helped her keep her cool while delivering on her duties. So many seem to have forgotten that Dr Iweala left a lucrative appointment at the World Bank to work for her country, yet some people decided to make a living by criticising her. So much for gratitude.
 
For me, Madam Okonjo-Iweala is royalty, though no one is bowing at her feet. She is beautiful, though only few admire her. She is a warrior, though no one sings her praises. She is a hero, though no one is telling her.
 
You are a hero madam, albeit an unsung one. This was perhaps why Jesus Christ said in the Holy Bible that a prophet is not appreciated in his own country!
 
Uwa Eghomeka ( Email: ueghomeka@gmail.com ), teacher and budding writer reports from the ancient city of Edo, Delta State, Nigeria.
 
*Photo Caption - Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - His Excellency, the Executive Governor of Abia State, Chief T.A.Orji, has approved the renaming of the following structures in the state:
 
1. E-Library at Ogurube Layout Umuahia now renamed Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu
E-Library.
2. 1st Wing of New Civil Service Secretariat Umuahia now renamed
G.C.Okezie Block.
3. 2nd Wing of New Civil Service Secretariat Umuahia now renamed A.E.N.
Izuwa Block.
4. Housing Estate on Adelabu Street Umuahia now renamed Amaokwe Housing
Estate.
5. Housing Estate at Old Timber Shed Umuahia now renamed Ohobo Housing
Estate.
6. Housing Estate at former Ministry of Lands Umuahia now renamed N.C.
Okoronkwo Estate.
7. New JAAC Building now renamed Prof. Eni Njoku Building.
8. New ASUBEB Building now renamed Jaja Nwachukwu Building.
 
Signed:
 
Charles Ajunwa
CHIEF PRESS SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNOR
 
*Photo Caption - Governor T. A. Orji of Abia State, Nigeria.

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[ Masterweb Reports ] - The heart of the leadership of International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law is gladdened over the decision of the outgoing Seventh National Assembly of Nigeria to join the outgoing Government of Lagos State in heeding our recent calls for the account of stewardship of the outgoing executive and legislative arms of government in Nigeria including the Federal and State Executive Councils as well as the Federal and States Legislative Chambers. The call of ours under reference stems from the fact that whatever that has a beginning must have an end as well as the need to institutionalize at all times an enviable benchmark for public governance accountability in Nigeria. For records, the Nigeria’s National Assembly made up of the Senate called the Red Chambers with 109 Senators and the House of Representatives called the Green Chambers with 360 Honorable Members (Reps) is categorized as follows: First Republic National Assembly(1960-1966), Second Republic National Assembly (1979-1983), Third Republic National Assembly (1990-1991/2), Fourth Republic National Assembly (1999-2003), Fifth Republic National Assembly (2003-2007), Sixth Republic National Assembly (2007-2011), Seventh National Assembly (2011-2015) and Eight National Assembly (2015-2019). The Third Republic National Assembly (1990-1991/2) was a diarchic parliament put in place Gen Ibrahim Babangida’s military regime, which was......... Read More.
 
 
*Photo Caption - Nigeria National Assembly Complex

[ Masterweb Reports ] - Masterweb developed this page in a bid to daily keep you abreast of Nigerian and world news events so you are well informed and do not miss any news occurrence in Nigeria and around the globe. Most Nigerian newspapers are updated daily. Nigeria and World News Headlines are uptaded every ten minutes as events unfold in the world. 
 
This news page is a useful tool to both Nigerians and everybody irrespective of his or her nationality and country of residence in keeping abreast of current news around the world. We have millions of satisfied users of this page, some of who have made financial contributions in supporting the page and its component link sections.  
 
 
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This news page is a useful tool to both Nigerians and everybody irrespective of his or her nationality and country of residence in keeping abreast of current news around the world. We have millions of satisfied users of this page, some of who have made financial contributions in supporting the page and its component link sections.  
 
 
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[ Masterweb Reports ] - Abia State government has handed back a total of 100 primary schools to their original owners to enhance qualitative education under the first phase of the programme.
 

Of the number, the Catholic Church has 25 schools, Anglican Church 26, Methodist Church 16 and Qua Iboe Church 12 schools.
 

The Seventh Day Adventist Church has 8 schools, Presbyterian Church 6, Assemblies of God Church 4 schools and Apostolic Church 2.
 



Handing over the schools at the Michael Okpara Auditorium, Governor Theodore Orji said that he is the only Abia Governor that initiated the handover of government appropriated schools to their original owners after more than four decades.
 

He stated that his administration in pursuit of equity, justice and fairness started the process of returning secondary schools, pointing out that there has been a remarkable impact made on secondary schools already returned to their owners.
 

Governor Orji stated that the education system is better off with the new policy in achieving a high quality of education in Abia State.
 

He said that government considers education of youths the prerequisite for peace, security and economic development of the state and pledged to partner the stakeholders in providing the enabling environment and sound educational policies and infrastructure that advance quality education.
 

According to him, religious bodies and private agencies will help in improving performance of students and pupils as evident in recent results released by the national examinations in favour of Abia students and pupils as well as public competitions.
 

Earlier, the Commissioner for Education, Dr. Monica Philips who said the return of the primary schools will further reposition the education sector added that the handover of the schools is in phases and disclosed that the aim is to mould the character of pupils to become useful citizens in future.
 

She urged the beneficiaries to liaise with the Ministry of Education to keep abreast with the global challenges in the sector.
 
 
*Photo Caption - Governor Theodore Orji of Abia State

[ Masterweb Reports ] - According to the law of nations; each nation is a mistress of her own actions, when they do not affect the perfect right of others. Therefore, it is quite wrong for a Spanish citizen or a Spanish of Nigerian extract, for any reason to insult the Nigerian Embassy, her Ambassador and the Nigerian government through misleading provocative and ridiculous statements aimed at inciting Nigerians to chaos, stirring up ethnic strife among Nigerians, tarnishing the image of Nigeria and bringing the good works of the Nigerian Ambassador to disrepute. And above all putting Spain on a diplomatic collision course with Nigeria. Somebody who decided to renounce Nigerian nationality and take up Spanish citizenship should not turn back to start insulting, blackmailing and painting Nigeria black outside the......... Read More.
 
 
 
*Photo Caption - Map of Spain