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[ Masterweb Reports ] - The presidency has maintained that President Muhammadu Buhari is  alive and not dead. Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant, Media and Publicity to President Buhari, disclosed this via his verified Twitter handle, @GarShehu.“He is alive and well! President Buhari is not magical. He cannot be holidaying in the UK & be in Germany, dead or alive at the same time,” he noted.
“He is unlike a past President who was at Ota, w/ Chief Obj & attending the Trump inauguration in D.C, being in two places at the same time!” Shehu added in a subtle attack on immediate past president, Goodluck Jonathan.

Shehu’s tweets ( @GarShehu ) were aimed at dispelling rumours that President Buhari died in a London hospital on Saturday.
 
Recall that Buhari on Thursday left Nigeria for the United Kingdom on a ten-day medical vacation.
 
The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, in a statement, said the leave is part of the president’s annual vacation and he (Buhari) is expected to resume work on February 6, 2017.
 
The presidential spokesman also stated that during the vacation, President Buhari would also undergo routine medical check-ups.
 
"What is wrong with going on vacation? Didn't I go last year at the same time?", Buhari quizzed while responding to a question from the journalists on his way to London.
 
The Presidency also said that there is absolutely nothing to worry about over Buhari's medical vacation, adding that, however, a lot of good will and prayers are necessary at all times.
 
Adesina spoke shortly after the president had told journalists that there was nothing wrong with going on vacation.
 
Asked if there is anything to worry about, the presidential spokesman responded:
"Nothing absolutely nothing! We need to show good will towards our leaders, particularly President Muhammadu Buhari who is working to give Nigeria a new footing, a new orientation.
 
"Nothing absolutely to worry about, but a lot of good will, a lot prayers are necessary at all times."
 
Adesina also said: "The president is going to rest. You know that God did work of creation for six days and on the seventh day he rested. So, if God needed to rest, how much more human being? So, the president is just going to rest and the statement we have released is straight forward. He will go on this leave and during the leave, he will do routine medical checkups."
 
*Photo Caption - As seen.

 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Lami Sadiq reports ] - Women and men in Plateau State today joined their counterparts across the world for a women’s march against domestic violence calling on government and policy makers to make policies that will reduce the tendencies of violence against women.
 
Daily Trust reports that the gathering which conveyed at 8:30 in front of the Plateau State House of Assembly building had various representatives from the Civil Society Organisations, Academicians, people living with disabilities and members of religious groups.
 
The Executive Director of Youth Initiative Against Violence and Human Right Abuse (YIAVHA) Pwakim Jacob Choji who organised the march said religious leaders have not really encouraged women to speak out when their rights are being violated especially within the home front.
 
“This gathering today is to encourage more people to speak out on these issues and we believe that when everyone starts to speak up about domestic violence then our policy makers will do something about it,” he said.
 
Choji also said; “domestic violence has been a very critical issue in our lives where every now and then as a development worker we hear cases of wives being battered. Violence within the home front is on the increase whether it is in the form of rape of the children or women. Politically we have seen how women are being downgraded so we felt since this is an opportunity that has been created globally, we can also key in so that it can be mitigated.” 
 
Various person shared experiences of how the culture of silence on domestic violence have promoted gender based violence in other sectors of human endeavours and called on religious and community leaders to encourage women to speak out.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports ] - The drawn out electoral crisis in The Gambia has finally ended. Yahya Jammeh has stepped down and President-elect Adama Barrow is expected to take office shortly. The last hours were fraught with tension. It was Friday afternoon in Gambia's capital Banjul. The streets in front of the State House were empty.
 
Suddenly several cars arrived in a convoy. Two Rolls-Royces were there and in them sat the presidents of Mauritania and Guinea. They had come to negotiate with Yahya Jammeh for the last time. He was the owner of the Rolls-Royces. His name was even engraved in the headrests of the car. He was the "owner" of the country, some Gambians said mockingly. He was the man who did not want to resign after 22 years in office, despite suffering electoral defeat.
 
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) had asked Jammeh to resign by 1200 hours, adding that if he failed to step down, troops would enter the country and remove him by force. Thousands of soldiers from Senegal, Nigeria and Ghana were ready to fight, some already on Gambian soil. The deadline expired.
 
'We are not idiots'
 
At 2:30 p.m, there was sudden movement two streets away. Dozens of men exited a mosque after Friday prayers. Among the men was Ousman Bargie, head of the Gambian armed forces. He was in a very good mood. Young men snapped selfies with him and Bargie made the peace sign with his fingers.
 
"There will be no war," he told DW. "We're not idiots. I love my soldiers and Gambians."
 
Bargie spoke about Jammeh as an ex-president for the first time and said that he was looking forward to a possible military intervention.
 
"If our brothers are sent here, we will welcome them with a cup of tea," he said. The people around him cheered.
 
"This is definitely good news, thank God," said a man nearby. "A peaceful solution is, in my opinion, the best," he added.
 
Just a few hundred yards away, Jammeh had been fighting to hold onto power. In December 2016, he surprisingly lost the presidential election despite years of intimidating the opposition and massive human rights violations. At first he accepted the result and congratulated the winner, Adama Barrow. But a few days later he called for new elections based on claims of irregularities and insisted that a decision must come from the supreme court of the country.
 
However, the court had only one judge, who was unable to decide alone, after Jammeh fired all the other judges over the last years. Jammeh was planning to stay in office until Nigeria and Sierra Leone could send judges, which would only possible in May, at the earliest.
 
Shrinking circle of friends
 
So Jammeh continued to push his luck, declaring a state of emergency and dissolving his cabinet. Many observers believed he wanted to negotiate a better amnesty deal for himself, and above all for his confidants from ECOWAS. But his circle of friends was getting smaller and smaller. Several ministers had already thrown in the towel, as well as his vice-president and his lawyer.
 
He had also long since lost support from abroad. His counterparts at ECOWAS were almost all long-time opposition leaders who had been democratically elected, including Mohammadu Buhari in Nigeria, Alassane Ouattara in the Ivory Coast, Macky Sal in Senegal and Nana Akufo-Addo in Ghana. His fate was most likely sealed when he broadcast a private phone call with ECOWAS Chairperson, Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, on state TV. His last supporters were Mauretania's Mohammed Ould Abdel Aziz, who also gained power through a coup, and Guinea's Alpha Conde, one of the few critics of  military involvement in The Gambia.
 
The red carpet
 
At 4:00 pm the next deadline had passed. At Banjul airport, the military orchestra stood up, the presidents of Guinea and Mauritania were expected. On the other side of the airport, the last tourists boarded two Thomas Cook planes for their flights back home. Thousands of tourists had been flown out over the last few days, basically decimating the local tourism industry overnight.
 
The musicians held their instruments at the ready, but only two Guinean diplomatic vehicles appeared, then luggage was unloaded from a private plane. The plane flew off empty, soldiers rolled up the the red carpet again and the band packed up. Yet, Jammeh still remained in the country.
 
Night fell as the final details were negotiated. Rolls Royces commuted back and forth between the State House and a local hotel. Shortly after 2 am, Jammeh delivered a speech on state television. It would be his last. Bloodshed would not be necessary, he said.
 
The streets of Banjul remained quiet, with no celebrations. The Gambia is exhausted after the long period of uncertainty and tension. Many Gambians want to save their celebrations for when Jammeh is out of the country and President Adama Barrow returns to The Gambia.
 
*Photo Caption - Yahya Jammeh
 
 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday left Nigeria for the United Kingdom on a ten-day medical vacation. The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, disclosed this in a statement.
 
According to Adesina, the leave is part of the president’s annual vacation and he (Buhari) is expected to resume work on February 6, 2017.
 
The presidential spokesman also stated that during the vacation, President Buhari would also undergo routine medical check-ups.
 
He said in line with Section 145 (1) of the 1999 Constitution (as amended), Senate President Bukola Saraki and House of Representatives Speaker Yakubu Dogara have been duly communicated.
 
Adesina noted that while the president is away, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo would perform the functions of the office of the President. 
 
As of the time of filing this report yesterday, the vice president was in Davos, Switzerland, for this year’s World Economic Summit.
 
A statement by the spokesman of the vice president had earlier in the week said Osinbajo was scheduled to return to Nigeria on today.
 
Shortly before Buhari departed the Presidential Villa yesterday around 12.20pm, his wife, Aisha, was meeting with the co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Melinda, at the First Lady Wing of the Villa.
 
This is the third time President Buhari would be embarking on vacation in less than one year.
 
The president had on February 5, 2016 and on June 6, 2016 embarked on vacations and transmitted power to his vice.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari



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[ Masterweb Reports ] - Mr Barrow was sworn in as President in exile on Thursday afternoon, in the country’s embassy in neighbouring Senegal, while incumbent Yahya Jammeh continues to cling on to power. The Security Council resolution invited the formidable west African regional bloc to ensure Mr Barrow’s election victory was respected, but a last-minute amendment urged the use of “political means first”.

 

Yet minutes after the resolution had passed, Senegalese Colonel Abdou Ndiaye issued a brief statement to news agencies declaring: “We have entered Gambia.”
 
Mr Barrow’s inauguration ceremony was held in a small conference room at the Dakar embassy, and attended by dignitaries including the President of the Commission from the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas).
 
The bloc had threatened to invade The Gambia and forcefully eject Mr Jammeh if he did not step aside peacefully, giving a deadline of midnight on Wednesday. Nigerian gunboats and Senegalese troops assembled on the Gambian border.
 
Introducing the new President Barrow on Thursday afternoon, an official declared that “after 22 years of a gruelling dictatorship, the Gambian people have opted for change”.
 
Mr Barrow addressed the audience of delegates, saying: “This is victory of the Gambian nation. Our national flag will now fly high among the other democratic nations of the world.
 
"This is a day no Gambian will ever forget.
 
The hastily-arranged ceremony was also an opportunity for the international community to express support for Mr Barrow, their chosen candidate. An Ecowas official said: “The Ecowas Commission, African Union and United Nations congratulate his excellency Adama Barrow, President of the republic of The Gambia, as he is sworn in following his victory at the presidential election on 1 December 2016.
 
“The Ecowas Commision, AU and UN equally congratulate the people of The Gambia who have demonstrated patience, discipline, maturity and resolve to express their popular will at the election and during the post-election crisis.”
 
Mr Barrow convincingly won the December election, appearing to bring an end to the more than two decades-long rule of Mr Jammeh, who came to power in a coup in 1994.
 
Mr Jammeh initially conceded defeat, sparking celebrations across west Africa. But he then changed his mind and said he would not accept the results, saying the election was marred by irregularities. 
 
Botswana announced it no longer recognised Mr Jammeh as The Gambia’s President. It said his refusal to give up power “undermines the ongoing efforts to consolidate democracy and good governance” in The Gambia and in Africa in general. 
 
The streets of Banjul, the Gambian capital, were quiet on Thursday, according to reporters who remained in the city, with few cars and scattered groups of men gathered on roadsides. Shops were closed and petrol was in short supply.
 
Most tourists and thousands of Gambians have fled the country, including some former cabinet members who resigned in recent days.
 
Among them were thousands of British holiday-makers, who described a “chaotic” scramble to get on flights out of Africa upon their arrival back in the UK.
 
Boris Johnson, the British Foreign Secretary, was among the international voices calling for Mr Jammeh to respect the result of the election.
 
Mr Johnson said: “It is vital that former president Jammeh now stands aside to allow an orderly transition.”
 
He praised African organisations which are working to ensure “the democratic wishes of the Gambian people will be respected”, stating that the 1 December elections had been free and fair. (ABC)
 
*Photo Caption - Gambia's President-elect Adama Barrow being sworn-in in Senegal
 
 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Clement A. Oloyede reports ] - The team leader of an eight-man Department of State Services (DSS) team that raided Justice Adeniyi Ademola’s residence last year has told the court the judge lied to the team he was out of town shortly before he was found in his bedroom.
 
 
Led in evidence by the prosecution counsel, Segun Jegede, the team leader, Ike Onuoha yesterday said his team was briefed to search the judge’s residence based on petitions and information relating to incriminating items in the judge’s possession.
 
He said when they got to the residence with a duly signed search warrant, the security guard told them only the judge’s cook, Ken has the keys into the building. “Ken eventually came and told us the judge was out of town. We then ask him to call the judge on his phone. We did so because we had reasons to believe that the judge was in fact at home”, he said.
 
He said they had to force open the gate. He continued: “When we entered the premises, we called on Ken to call the judge with his mobile phone. Ken called the judge severally but he refused to pick. Much later, the judge sent a text message that he was not in town. After repeated calls, he switched off his phone. At that point, we had no option than to force open the main door. When we entered, we saw Justice Ademola in the master’s bedroom upstairs in his night wears. That was few minutes after midnight.”
 
The DSS operative said upon request of Justice Ademola, they waited for the arrival of his lawyer, Joe Agi (SAN) who after discussing with the judge gave the team the go ahead to search the house.
 
He also said he is not aware that ordering the release of Nnamdi Kanu from DSS’ custody by Justice Ademola was the judge’s offence against the DSS that prompted the search. He maintained that the operation was as a result of petitions, intelligence and information gathered. He however said he could not provide the sources of the information, because “Sources of information are classified.”
 
Trial judge, Justice Jude Okeke adjourned the matter to continue today at the instance of the prosecution after Jegede told the court some of the prosecution’s listed witnesses are being threatened and he cannot reach them but promised to get two witnesses ready for trial today.
 
*Photo Caption - Justice Adeniyi Ademola