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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - As part of the activities lined up for 40th anniversary of the demise in office of General Murtala Ramat Muhammed, the Emir of Kano and former Governor of Central Bank; Sanusi Lamido Sanusi will be leading the Jumat prayers at the MASSALLACIN MURTALA in Kano State on the Friday, February 12, 2016.

 
This is considered a rare occasion given that the Emir of Kano traditionally leads prayers in Kano Central Mosque as the leader of Kano Emirate. This gesture is seen as an act in honour of the memory of the former Head of State and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

 
It will be recalled that the Emir Sanusi spent part of his growing days under the watchful eyes of Murtala who was his guardian during his Kings College days in Lagos. It is from him he imbibed the core value that has helped shape his life.  

 
Aisha Oyebode, the Chief Executive Officer of the Murtala Muhammed Foundation (MMF) who announced the programme of event on behalf of the family stated that her father loved his country so much and was very passionate about the Nigerian project. In her words: “My father, General Murtala Muhammed believed in the corporate existence of Nigeria and called on all Nigerians to be dedicated and make sacrifice in achieving greatness for our beloved country”.

 
General Muhammed’s ideals are as relevant to our current challenges and aspirations as they were during his time. Our country Nigeria is contending with tensions arising from the activities of micro-nationalistic agitators, threatening to compound existing security challenges occasioned by the Boko Haram insurgency that has caused fatalities in excess of 15,000 people and displaced over 2 million people.

The late former Head of State of the Federal Republic of Nigeria was a foremost Pan-Africanist who placed Africa at the centre of Nigeria’s foreign policy and mobilized support for the liberation of other African countries from apartheid, colonialism and neo-Colonialism. In Nigeria, his administration fought corruption and indiscipline, while pursuing peace and security within our borders – he was a firm believer in a peaceful and united Nigeria within an integrated and prosperous Africa.

 
On the home front, his administration fought corruption and indiscipline, while pursuing peace and security within our borders – he was a firm believer in a peaceful and united Nigeria within an integrated and prosperous Africa.

 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Parth M.N. reports ] - A mob attack against a Tanzanian woman in India's high-tech capital has renewed questions about racism in the country, particularly against African immigrants. The Tanzanian student was apparently pulled from her car, stripped and sexually assaulted in the city of Bangalore on Sunday night, authorities said. Police on Thursday arrested five people in connection with the incident, the Karnataka state Chief Minister K. Siddarmaiah told reporters.
 
 
The 21-year old university student in business management told police that a mob pulled her out of a car and set it ablaze. Later, she told police, she was beaten, molested, stripped and paraded naked.
 
Authorities said the reported attack stemmed from a collision a short time earlier in the same area in which a Sudanese driver, allegedly drunk, struck and killed an Indian woman with his car. Angry residents had set his car afire and beat him before he fled.
 
The incident involving the Tanzanian student occurred after her car traveled along the same street while the mob was out.
 
Officials have sought to dispel allegations that what happened with the Tanzanian woman was racially motivated. Karnataka state Home Minister G. Parmeshwara, at a news conference, said it was “just a response” to the earlier accident.
 
The woman has told authorities that a police constable witnessed the attack against her but did not intervene.
 
Bosco Kaweesi, legal advisor to an African student association, told reporters in Bangalore, “She tried to enter a bus, the passengers pushed her outside. She tried to get an auto-rickshaw, they refused to take her. And she was running up and down when she actually had no clothes on."
 
“Right now we are scared of every Indian around us,” the Tanzanian student told the India Today news channel.
 
There have been previous cases of attacks and anger directed by Indians against African immigrants in the country, many of whom are university students.
 
In October 2014, in the capital New Delhi, three young African men were beaten at a metro station by a mob that chanted "Victory for Mother India," according to news reports of the incident that were posted on YouTube.
 
The three men -- identified in news reports as from the West African nations of Gabon and Burkina Faso -- climbed atop a police post as the mob pursued them with sticks. They were eventually rescued when a police officer reached the scene.
 
Comments posted online accused the men of "misbehaving" with women on the train and included racist descriptions of them.
 
Earlier that year, a minister in the Delhi government, Somnath Bharti, called for a late-night raid against a group of Nigerian women who were driven out of their homes and accused of being prostitutes and drug dealers. Some allegedly were forced to urinate in public for drug testing.
 
In 2013, in the coastal tourist haven of Goa, residents put up sign boards that accused Nigerian migrants of being drug dealers.
 
"Say No to Nigerians, Say No to Drugs," the signs said. A minister in the state government called Nigerians "a cancer" and was forced to apologize.
 
The incidents betray not just a latent hostility toward blacks, who are relatively rare in India, but also the expectation among Indians that the majority is like-minded and prejudicial attacks will not be punished, said sociologist Satish Deshpande.
 
“It is not limited to race or color,” Deshpande said in an interview. “The mob is confident that society will back you after an attack on homosexuals, minorities or blacks. And it extends to the police as well. Police tend to go with the popular sentiment."
 
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[ Masterweb Repports: Intersociety reports ] - (Onitsha Nigeria, 9th February 2016)-It is no longer news that the Nigerian democracy, rule of law and constitutionalism are facing their gravest battle for survival in the hands of undemocratic forces. What is good news worthy of celebration and sustenance is that the chained democracy is being unchained and deconstructed by a new set of democratic forces including hallowed justices of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. This is in spite of mounting State threats and intimidation. It is also worthy of recall that one of the worst mistakes of the angelic heroes and heroines of Nigeria’s military dictatorship that ended in 1999 was to allow the country’s political space to be filled by military apologists and members of Nigeria’s white collar criminal community; leading to corruption and bastardization of the country’s hard won democracy. By the time the suicidal mistake was realized, futile efforts were made by some elements of the social sainthood community to enter the already polluted political space and they got themselves consumed, corrupted and polluted.
 
 
Those who fought for the ousting of military dictatorship in Nigeria in the 90s were also not fully composed of social saints and other die-hards alone. There were also the bad and the ugly elements. Some of them later became public office holders in some States of Southwest zone; leading to an alliance with leading elements within the hitherto mainstream CSOs of the region, which used to be the pride of the country.  Through the referenced CSO liaison, the independence, purity, impeccability and integrity of the hitherto internationally respected rights and pro democracy community were battered, corrupted and compromised. The independence of most of the rights activists and groups in the area was not only clipped, but it also led to odd change in the concept of activism; leading to it being remote controlled and dictated by table phones of the Government’s CSO liaison. Presently, rights and pro democracy activism in the area appears to begin the moment Aso Rock table phones ring!
 
 
A CSO relationship with any government in Nigeria must strictly be based on concept of public interest, input and output legitimacy. That is to say public interest in terms of good governance and governance accountability; input legitimacy in terms of integrity and character of the head of such government or tier of government; leading to his or her popular electoral choice and emergence; and output legitimacy in terms of great achievements in office following constructive, developmental and transformative advocacy roles of the concerned CSO. Such CSO must be a nimble and live above board. But a CSO that only cares about what gets into its purse from monthly CSO liaison disbursement ends up being leprous and launderer of irreparably tainted and battered image of liaising government or tier of government. Because four out of every five Nigerian politicians are dirty and crooked, partnering with them without caution amounts to partnership of the graveyard.
 
 
It may most likely be safe to submit that the recent (since 1999) disappointing, unpopular and pro establishment attitudes of the hitherto internationally respected CSOs of Southwest section are premised on the foregoing; leading to activism beginning only after Aso Rock table phones have rung. Same conducts complained above are repeating themselves under the present Buhari civilian dispensation; whereby democratic and rule of law forces of few months ago have suddenly changed to entrepreneurs of lawlessness and protagonists of chained democracy.
 
 
Once government blows its alarmist whistle, they will go on rampage and run riot on whoever or whatever policy; no matter how infamous and crushing it is that government wants to attack or role out. As ambush activists, they see nothing wrong and say nothing against the mass murder of hundreds of members of Shiite Muslim faithful; killing of over 50 and wounding of over 120 non violent members of Biafran agitators; 96 days pretrial detention of Citizen Nnamdi Kanu and vendetta long detention of Sambo Dasuki; introduction and application of retroactive or retrogressive criminal legislations; fragrant affront to rule of law and disobedience to judicial decisions; indiscriminate infringement on citizens liberties; rapacious entrenchment of culture of structural and physical violence, to mention but a few.
 
 
Just last week, Aso Rock table phones appeared rang and hell was let loose on hallowed justices of the Supreme Court of Nigeria over their informed and grounded verdicts on governorship polls in some States including Rivers and Akwa Ibom. The hallowed justices were called all sorts of demeaning names and openly accused of corruption. We still remember vividly the question we put across to the Honourable President of the Court of Appeal (PCA), Justice Zainab Adamu Bulkachuwa in our letter to her office and that of the CJN, dated 10th of November 2015; following reports of some say, procured and influenced judgments in Rivers and Akwa Ibom States’ governorship, State and National Assembly petitions.
 
 
While the appellate governorship verdicts were reversed and corrected by the apex Court, others were not because of constitutional limitations that ousted the apex jurisdiction and empowered the appellate court as court of final jurisdiction. The referenced questions directed to the PCA and her public office, in accordance with Paragraph 1 (3) of the Sixth Schedule to the 1999 Constitution, pursuant to Section 285 of the same Constitution; in her capacity as the appointing authority of the chairmen and members of the Election Petitions Tribunals (Governorship, National and State Assemblies) in Nigeria; are as follows:
 
 
The referenced questions to the PCA are: Were there partiality, favoritism and nepotism involving President Muhammadu Buhari’s wife (Aisha) and Governor Rochas Okorocha in the appointments of Justice Mrs. Anwukah (of Imo State Customary Court of Appeal) and Justice Suleiman Ambrosa of the Kaduna State High Court, as heads of the Rivers State Governorship/Assembly Election Petitions Tribunals? Is it true that Justice Mrs. Anwukah was Gov Okorocha’s nominee for Election Petitions Tribunals for 2015? If it is true, is it part of judicia independence and integrity for a State Governor to nominate a judge to seat in post electoral judicial reviews in which he or his party is an interested party? Is it true that Justice Mrs. Anwukah is Governor Okorocha’s Mother-in-law to his daughter (Uju)? Is it true that she sat in the Lagos State Governorship Tribunal from where she was ferried to Rivers State Governorship/Assembly Tribunal to continue “her good job” leading to her recent incredible nullification of 20 State Assembly seats?  Is it true that the same Justice Mrs. Anwukah’s husband (Prof Anwukah) is now a minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria? Is it also true that Justice Suleiman Ambrosa that chaired and controversially annulled the Rivers State Governorship poll is the husband of the younger sister of the wife (Aisha) of President Muhammadu Buhari? Till date, the Hon PCA has neither replied us nor answered the questions. The Hon Chief Justice of Nigeria had since replied us.
 
  
 
With the grounded judgments of the Supreme Court majorly premised on the legal status of the so called “card reader” versus the provisions of the Electoral Act of 2010 or “whether card reader as an INEC guideline can supersede or oust the provisions of Electoral Act of 2010”; it is now a settled opinion that the 2015 general elections in Nigeria were scientifically rigged using “card readers”, “manual and electronic mass disenfranchisement” of eligible and registered voters and “congested voting” using millions of under age children in the North. Further attestation to this was high number of nullifications (81 nullifications and 15 upturning) that trailed the post poll judicial reviews. As it stands now, as high as 78 re-runs are to be conducted across the country in coming weeks. This is the worst record since 1999.
 
 
Away from the poll related judicial decisions, the rule of law, constitutionalism and civil liberties are still being debased and deconstructed in Nigeria on daily basis under the present Buhari administration. Retroactive or retrogressive criminal legislations (ex post facto laws) and their practices have fully returned to Nigeria. Their three elements: declaring criminal an act that was not illegal when it was committed; increasing the punishment for a crime after it was committed; and altering the rules or pieces of evidence in a particular case after the crime is committed, are on rampage and in reckless use by DSS and EFCC. This is in grave violation of Section 36 (8) and (12) of the 1999 Constitution, under right to fair hearing.
 
 
One of the recent applications of the referenced ex post facto law is the so called “fresh charges” of DSS against Citizen Sambo Dasuki to the effect that “he left the army breaching its rules in 1994 (leaving the army without resignation)”; a period of 22 years; an allegation strongly denied by Citizen Dasuki. How DSS has suddenly become and assumed the roles of military court marshal or army council; is not only unheard of, but also part of the Buhari administration’s vow to deconstruct rule of law and constitutionalism in Nigeria. The recent unlawful arrest and two days detention of Mr. Ricky Tarfa, SAN, by the EFCC inside the court room alongside his two clients is another dimension to deconstructing rule of law and constitutionalism in Nigeria. It is shocking and alarming that a lawyer who dutifully came to court in company of his clients, in total submission to judicial proceedings concerning their case, could be accused of “obstructing justice”. This is another tragedy to the sanctity of the court and judiciary in Nigeria.
 
 
Finally, we commend the hallowed justices of the Supreme Court and other democratic forces for their courage and untiring efforts at saving the country’s hard won democracy, constitutionalism and rule of law. We urge them not to rest on their oars at all times. We are aware that some protagonists of dictatorship and lawlessness abound in the judiciary and they have already been fished out and positioned to handle government vendetta cases; but their antics should not discourage or dissuade the commendable efforts of the hallowed and fearless jurists in the country’s bench and the Nigerian Judiciary at large. Many of such dirty jurists have sunk and diminished in the country, following their ignoble roles to force darkness over light and lawlessness and governance rascality over rule of law and good and popular governance. Such legal villains did not exclude the likes of the Ikpemes, the Egbo Egbos, the Autas, the Ayos, to mention but few.
 
 
With the recent ordeal of Mr. Ricky Tarfa, SAN, nobody including the protagonists of chained democracy and deconstructed rule of law, is safe. It is therefore worthy to refresh the minds of all Nigerians and members of the international community of the immortal lamentation of Rev Martin Niemoller (1892-1984) during the Second World War.
 
 
He had lamented thus: First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a Socialist. Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out— Because I was not a Trade Unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out— Because I was not a Jew. Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me”.
 
Signed:
 
For: International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law
 
Emeka Umeagbalasi, Board Chairman
Mobile Line: +2348174090052
Email: info@intersociety-ng.org, emekaumeagbalasi@yahoo.co.uk
Website: www.intersociety-ng.org
 
Obianuju Igboeli, Esq., Head, Civil Liberties & Rule of Law Program
 
Chinwe Umeche, Esq., Head, Democracy & Good Governance Program
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: IIN reports ] - A powerful delegation of the OHANAEZE NDIGBO YOUTH COUNCIL has concluded its tour of Northern Nigeria with the aim of promoting peace and inter-ethnic cum inter-religious understanding among the peoples of Nigeria. The delegation started the tour with a visit to the Sultan of Sokoto, His Eminence Alhj Saad Abubakar  in his palace at Sokoto . The visit took place on Wednesday, 3rd February, 2016.

Among the delegation was also some leaders of the pro-Biafra agitators who used the opportunity to request the Sultan to interface with other Nigerian leaders to effect the release of the Radio Biafran Director Nnamdi Kanu.

The Ohanaeze Youth leaders called for Dialogue as the only means to address the grievances of the pro Biafran agitators and not force or violence. They assured their determination to ensure that the raging protests in the East and South South is brought to a control with a view to paving way for Dialogue and called on the Federal Government to release Nnamdi Kanu.

In his reaction the Sultan expressed his happiness that the leaders of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council and even the pro-Biafran agitators felt it necessary to visit key Nigerian leaders in search of peace and unity of the country. He noted that poverty and unemployment are the root cause of the agitations , a situation he said also ravages the North.

The Sultan advised the Youth leaders and the pro-Biafran agitators to also inquire what their political leaders have been doing with the monies that accrue to their zone since the return of democracy in 1999. He noted that Igbos have occupied virtually all notable positions in Nigeria since 1999 and wondered why that has not translated to the dividends of democracy till date.
 

The Sultan noted that Nnamdi Kanu's case was sub-judice but as fathers of the nation he and other key leaders in the country will see what could be done to address the issue. He believed that if the poverty in the land is addressed by the government  and justice ensured everywhere, these agitations would end.

The sultan recalled with nostalgia his fruitful stay in Igbo land during his formative years in the Army  and noted that Igbos are very industrious and peaceful people and he would like them to maintain that stand. He promised to take the group to the Emir of Kano and Shehu of Borno to widen the consultation.

Among the leaders of the delegation included the President of the Ohanaeze Youth Council Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, the Secretary-General Mazi Okwu Nnabuike, the Pioneer Secretary-General of the body and Chancellor of Igbo Information Network and African Reparation Movement Hon. Chuks Ibegbu, Barr Chika Nzelu, Dr Kingsley Chiedozie,  Chief Alex Okemiri, Comrade Obinna Achionye and other key leaders of the group. The Ezeigbo Sokoto State  Chief Gbahara was also at the Sultan Palace to receive the delegation. Photograph at Sultan`s palace is as shown in this publication.

Report By - IGBO INFORMATION NETWORK (IIN), ENUGU, ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA.
 
*Photo Caption - Ohanaeze Youth and some leaders of pro-Biafra agitators in a photo session with Sultan of Sokoto
 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Tony Akowe reports ] - The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has warned that it may  be forced to resort to self defence should its members continue to be brutalised by those it called militia groups sponsored by the Imo State government.
 
NLC President Ayuba Wabba accused the Imo government of sponsoring militia groups to intimidate and brutalise workers who are merely demanding their legitimate right.  Wabba, in a statement in Abuja, alleged that armed policemen opened fire on Medical doctors during a peaceful protest by the state chapter of the Nigeria Medical Association(NMA), leaving one of them  critically injured.
 
The congress asked the Police to bring to book the policeman that fired live bullets at the workers and others providing cover for the state- sponsored militia groups to unleash terror on the workers.
 
Wabba said the shooting of the doctor by an armed police man during the  protest “represents a big minus for the police force that claims credit for reform on the one hand and a rising degree of intolerance for alternative view point by the government of Owelle Rochas Okorocha.”
 
Describing the shooting as a bestial and despicable act in its entirety, the NLC President said: “even in wars without rules, medical doctors and other health workers enjoy the singular distinction of protection and preservation by combatants on either side.
 
 
“For the police to therefore fire live ammunition at peacefully-protesting doctors asking for their legitimate rights runs counter to any known rule of engagement.
 
“But the shooting of this medical doctor who is lying critically ill, is not an isolated case but part of a growing terror culture instituted by Governor Okorocha.
 
“In the past two weeks alone, his armed militia had beaten a Medical Doctor at Uboma Hospital to a state of coma as well as brutalised several others.
 
“His militia, given cover by the state Police Command, funded and armed by workers’ taxes, have embarked on a campaign of brutalisation and dehumanisation against workers as they (militia and police) forcefully sought to enforce the closure of 19 government parastatals whose sale or privatisation was announced on the radio the previous day. “The use of the armed police and militia against law-abiding workers by the governor of Imo State is unlawful, immoral and betrays the principles of democracy and should be resisted by all.
 
“We must warn that if no appropriate action is taken against the governor and his band of marauding militia and procured police personnel, in the well- known principle of self defence, we   shall respond in our own time. “Our calm and deference to the rule of law should not be mistaken as cowardice. Workers, like any other group of Nigerians, have rights guaranteed by the law.”
 
*Photo Caption - Governor Rochas Okorocha