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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - Thirty five states have collected N1.3 trillion and another N1.11 billion as budget support loans between 2016 and 2018. The Accountant-General of the Federation, Ahmed Idris, disclosed this yesterday while giving the National Economic Council an update on the budget support facilities to states.
 
 
Speaking to State House correspondents after the council meeting, Lagos State Deputy Governor Oluranti Adebule said repayment of the facilities was extended from one year to two years.
 
She said analysis of compliance level showed that 52.5 percent was the highest and 13 percent, the lowest with respect to the conditions for the budget support loan facilities.
 
She said the Minister of Budget and National Planning, Udoma Udoma, gave an update on the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan focused labs.
 
Excess Crude Account shrinks by $.5bn
 
Adebule also said the Accountant-General of the Federation, in his presentation, put the balance in the Excess Crude Account at $1.829 billion as of April 23.
 
Our correspondent reports that the ECA stood at $2.3 billion as of February 14.
 
Adebule also quoted the Accountant-General as putting the balance in the Stabilisation Account at N14.2bn. It was N11.2bn in February.
 
The current balance in the Natural Resources Account was put at N1349bn. It was N123.6bn in February.
 
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Federal Government has approved that a department of traditional medicine be established in the Ministry of Health to look for malaria cure in the forests. The Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, disclosed this to State House reporters on Wednesday after the cabinet meeting presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari.
 
He said the department would provide the leeway to research into many of the traditional products in the country.
 
Adewole said the Federal Executive Council also approved the use of Naprisan for sickle cell anaemia.
 
"The approval of Naprisan is coming at the eve of an approval granted by government for us to establish a department of traditional medicine in the Federal Ministry of Health.
 
"This will be the first time that this will happen and that department will really provide us the leeway to research into many of our traditional products and the first mandate of this department will be to look into cure for malaria in our forests," he said.
 
Earlier, he said the council approved the licencing agreement between the National Institute for Pharmaceutical Research and Development and May and Baker Plc in respect of scaling up the commercialisation and marketing of Niprisan, a very potent anti-sickle cell drug for use in Nigeria.
 
Adewole said it was estimated that about 25 percent of Nigerians carried the sickle cell gene, while over two million had sickle cell anemia, "that is having the two genes combined. And for many of them, when they are under stress, take ill, what happens is invariably they develop severe bone crisis, they develop infection and some of them will die from this.
 
"This drug was first used in Oyo State over 20 years ago and NAPRED conducted clinical trials to ensure that we are able to document that it is safe, it is efficacious and drug was licenced at an international organisation which went into bankruptcy.
 
"What we have done is to reactivate the product and it will now be marketed in Nigeria through this agreement and we believe that the marketing and production in Nigeria will bring a lot of comfort to millions of Nigerians who are infected with sickle cell gene."
 
The minister said the council also approved N840.8 million for the construction of a trauma centre at the Federal Medical Centre Owerri.
 
He said the centre would serve as a first class centre of care for accident and trauma cases along the Port Harcourt, Owerri, Enugu axis and would "really change the dynamics of care in these areas."
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Integrity Leadership Organisation, a non-governmental organisation (NGO), has faulted the demand by traditional rulers in Ekiti State that political parties must zone the governorship position in the July gubernatorial election to the South senatorial district of the state.

 
Governor Ayodele Fayose had at the weekend called the traditional rulers to a meeting in the Government House where they demanded that the governorship seat in the July election be zoned to the South senatorial district of the state.
 
But the group in a statement in Ado-Ekiti by its State Coordinator, Lekan Oyediran, faulted what he called "a stage-managed request instigated by Governor Fayose", to force the traditional rulers to make themselves available for the governor's personal agenda "dressed in altruistic, collective initiative of the people represented by the obas".
 
"We sympathise with the Obas that were coerced into yesterday meeting to help Fayose push a ravaging and consuming personal agenda that he started more than two years ago.
 
"We understand the condition under which the Obas live in Ekiti State under Fayose where the governor had on many occasions resorted to making them his messengers in matters that are clearly beyond their powers just because Fayose wants to paint a picture of participatory governance.
 
"The Obas cannot be messengers for Fayose in political matters that should better be left to Ekiti people and political parties to decide, and so it is curious that after a meeting with the governor, the traditional rulers read out a statement given to them as if that prepared statement by Fayose represented their general position," he said.
 
The group reminded the Obas that their constitutional roles do not include deciding the zoning of political offices, regretting that acceding to Fayose's request to push a personal political agenda is unconstitutional and abuse of power.
 
"We want to let our Obas know that they are not politicians. Political parties are constitutionally required to field candidates in elections and not Obas.
 
"We know that Fayose corralled the Obas into this political matter of office zoning, but we want to point the attention of the Obas to the fact that they are not politicians to decide such matter; therefore, their call at the behest of the governor is unconstitutional, offending both the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the constitutions of the various political parties," the group explained.
 
Urging the monarchs to operate within the confines of the law, the group also counselled them against being used as tools of disunity in a homogeneous Ekiti State that shares same values, language and culture.
 
"From Otun-Ekiti to Omuo-Ekiti, Ikere-Ekiti to Igogo-Ekiti and Oye-Ekiti to Ogotun-Ekiti, we speak one language and share the same culture and values unlike other states of the federation with a multiplicity of cultures and languages.
 
"We have been living with this unique opportunity for ages and it has helped us in shaping our destiny for good, hence it will be a gross disservice to our people for one man to rankle that great peaceful co-existence for a self-serving agenda at the detriment of Ekiti unity with our traditional rulers being used as tools.
 
"We sympathise with our Obas that are being coerced into this self-serving agenda, but then we expect our revered obas to also exercise discretion in kowtowing to the whims of the governor who believes that his preferences represent the collective will of Ekiti people," Oyediran said.
 
Lekan Oyediran
State Coordinator
Integrity Leadership Organisation
 
Anthony Elikene
Associate Consultant
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Linus Effiong reports ] - Many people are said to have been killed and several buildings burnt in a border clash yesterday between the people of Iheosu village, Isu clan in Arochukwu Local Government Area of Abia State and their neighbours from Utuma in Biase Local Government Area of Cross River State.
 
A native of the community who introduced himself as Nicholas Igwe Kalu, told our correspondent that the deaths and destruction to properties occurred in Isu clan.
 
He said that the community had been deserted as men, women and children had fled the area for safety.
 
He traced the skirmishes to an ongoing grading of road being done by Ibeto Group which discovered limestone in Isu.
 
He said the Utuma people had increased the tempo of their attacks on Isu clan since the discovery of limestone in the area was made public.
 
He alleged that the Utuma people, in collaboration with others from Biase, abducted some Isu people and emissaries sent to appeal to them against disrupting the road grading project.
 
He said that in reaction, Isu people abducted some Utuma people but explained that both sides released their captives following the intervention of the military.
 
"After that, they went and reinforced and launched an attack with sophisticated weapons, killing and destroying houses."
 
He said as many as 10 people died, but the police could not confirm this.
 
A source in the Office of the Deputy Governor, Sir Ude Oko Chukwu, currently the acting governor, said the incident had been brought to his attention.
 
"The Special Assistant on Security Matters brought the information to the Deputy Governor who called his Cross River counterpart and they discussed about the issue.
 
"He then alerted the Commissioner of Police here and the Area Commander, Ohafia which controls Arochukwu. So, they took some remedial measures and reported back to him that the situation was under control"
 
The state Commissioner of Police, Anthony Ogbizi, denied the casualty figure, saying that he had directed that the number of casualty be sent to his office.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Payment of electric bills or NEPA bill as some people still call it is now made easy because people can now at the convenient or comfort of their homes or businesses pay online without queuing in line to make payments.
 
This service is rapidly expanding to cover all cities in Nigeria. Kindly visit www.ielectricity.ng to purchase your prepaid meter token and pay your postpaid bills online 24/7 in the following electricity distribution companies -

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Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) - 1.Abia. 2. Anambra. 3. Ebony. 4. Enugu. 5. Imo States.

Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC)  - 1. Ekiti. 2. Kwara. 3. Ogun. 4. Ondo. 5. Osun. 6. Osun States.

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