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[ Masterweb Reports: Lee Seung reports ] - A recent 'prophecy' by T.B. Joshua concerning North Korea appears to be one to be taken seriously after they launched a long-range rocket on Sunday carrying what it has called a satellite, which its neighbors and Washington denounced as a missile test, conducted in defiance of U.N. sanctions and just weeks after a nuclear bomb test.

On Sunday January 3, T.B. Joshua gave a prophetic global warning on his Emmanuel TV station concerning North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. He declared, “I am seeing an ‘arrow’ from there and it will affect the world,”. He added that he saw, North Korea possessed weaponry that most countries were unaware of.

A few days later North Korea not only carried out a nuclear bomb test on 6 January, it has now fired a long-range rocket, which critics say is a test of banned missile technology. The launch was detected to have taken place at 09:31 (00:31 GMT) by the South Korean Defence Ministry.

T.B. Joshua further added during his prophetic declaration, “The war we are fighting already in Syria is still there. We cannot afford another one again,” he stated, calling for those involved to embrace peace.

The US, South Korea and even ally China say the rocket launches are aimed at developing an inter-continental ballistic missile capable of striking the US; as a result, an emergency meeting on Sunday at the U.N. Security Council has been called for.

Lee Seung ( Email: ) reports.
*Photo Caption - T. B. Joshua

[ Masterweb Reports: Lekan Fatodu reports ] - Under this atmosphere of change, Nigerians are eager to experience something good, and positively different from the past. They want a transformation that is expected to be quite swift, and somewhat magical. The more reason why the people are now consistently heckling, so to speak, President Buhari on the manifesto of change and better life that he campaigned on, and which eventually moved many Nigerians to vote for him and his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the last general elections. Actually going by the desire and imagination of a lot of Nigerians Buhari, seen as an ambidextrous being, is supposed to have cleansed the wrinkles on the face of the executive arm of government, forcefully hit the gavel for proper legislative work at the legislature and purged the judiciary of the stench of corruption and miscarriage of justice in one fell swoop. 

For the dawning of good governance, which is actually long overdue in Nigeria, and judging from the fact that many countries that we started the race for self-rule and improved existence together, Singapore for instance, are miles ahead of us in developmental  exploits, Nigerians are understandably impatient to breath a fresh air. As such they have forgotten the principles of separation of power; and that each of the three arms of government, namely the executive, legislature and judiciary, has a distinctive role to play in deepening democracy. Even though the President could influence, or better put, advise on ways in which the forces of government can collectively work together for the betterment of all and sundry, the major responsibility lies with the leadership and the functionaries that control activities in other quarters of power.  So as much as the Presidency is supposed to hit the ground running, as commonly said in the country, the legislature should also live to its billing as well as the judiciary. Thankfully, the Senate on which a lot of powers have been conferred seems to be waking up to its responsibilities.

Quite recently, the Senate called the attention of the public and the presidency in particular to an Act of Parliament which has been effectively kicked out of limelight for eight years now.

It was Senator Theodore Orji representing Abia Central Senatorial District who moved the motion for the need to empanel The National Council on Public Procurement of Nigeria - something that has already been provided for, legally, in the Public Procurement Act of 2007 which actually has a long history.

When President Olusegun Obasanjo assumed office in 1999, he undertook a study of the procurement and financial systems in Nigeria with the assistance of the World Bank. They found a lack of professionalism in the execution of procurement functions; weaknesses in the export, import and tariff procedures; and a lack of streamlined quality control practices amongst other deficiencies.

In response, the Obasanjo administration came up with a "Due Process" Policy in 2001 to address the aforementioned excesses. Whether or not the policy did fulfil its mission is a topic for another. But that was how the “Act” was born. Under President Umaru Musa Yar'Adua, the giant grew from being just a policy to becoming an act, the "Public Procurement Act" 2007. Then, Nigeria lost membership of the scantily populated association of African countries without legislation on Public Procurement. 

The intention of the 2007 Act, according to the Senate, is to establish a Regulatory Authority for the monitoring and oversight of Public Procurement; harmonising the existing Government Policies and Practices by regulating, setting standards and developing the legal framework and professional capacity for Public Procurement in Nigeria.

There can only be few graver acts of disservice to a nation than what has been done to the Public Procurement Act. It’s just like nurturing a child from birth through adolescence unto adulthood and then killing the man or woman the child has become. Could there be a greater evil? Thankfully though it seems the situation is about to be remedied.

Judging from the bill’s intention, it is easy to understand why it has been left or even encouraged to fall asleep, and soundly too. If it had been awake and properly functional, how would the atrocities of the recent years have been accomplished?

Orji’s initiative is an important call to action that provides a glimmer of hope in a Senate that consistently casts shadows of doubt on her integrity on the accounts of the uninspiring and sometimes frivolous actions of some of her members. Presenting a credit-worthy position that will give the much needed push and meaning to the Public Procurement Act 2007, and also offer sound response to the desire of the players in the procurement sector, Senator Theodore Orji has moved a motion that has the capacity to revolutionise the procurement service in government, and by extension, citizens’ experience of governmental services.

Lekan Fatodu reports from Lagos, Lagos State.
*Photo Caption - Senator T. A. Orji

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - The Rivers State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has applauded the appointment of Minister of Transportation, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, as a member of the Board of Trustees, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), even as it hailed the choice of Amaechi as the 2015 Igbo Man of the Year by the Pan-Igbo group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo.
Rivers APC in a statement signed by its Chairman, Dr. Davies Ibiamu Ikanya, described Amaechi as God’s gift to Nigeria, saying that the honours are well deserved. The party said in the statement issued Sunsday in Port Harcourt: “The appointment of Rt. Hon. Amaechi as a member of the Board of Trustees of UNITAR for an initial three-year term from January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2018 did not come to us as a surprise knowing the antecedents of Amaechi as a great achiever. It is well deserved by the man during whose tenure as Governor, the Rivers State capital, Port Harcourt, became the first African city to be declared The UNESCO World Book Capital in 2014, out-bidding other great cities such as Oxford in England and Moscow in Russia, among others.

“As we thank the Secretary General of the United Nations for this great honour bestowed on our Leader, we wish to assure him that Amaechi will surely work in accordance with the rules and guidelines of UNITAR to ensure that its objectives in Nigeria are achieved.”
On the choice of Amaechi as the 2015 Igbo Man of the Year by Ohanaeze, Rivers APC said that it confirms the status of the Minister as an outstanding newbreed leader devoted to putting Nigeria on the path of greatness. The party commended Ohanaeze “for this bold step of honouring Amaechi, Prof. Ben Nwabueze, Dr. Ogonnaya Onu and other great Igbo leaders during the forthcoming award ceremony in Enugu as it will serve to inspire them to render even greater service to Ndigbo as well as to Nigeria and the entire humanity in general.”
Long Live APC!
Long Live Rivers State!!
Long Live Federal Republic of Nigeria
Long Live President Muhammadu Buhari
Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze,
SSA Media and Public Affairs to the State Chairman, APC Rivers State.
*Photo Caption - Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - The Igbo man of the year award scheduled for Saturday, 30th January, 2016 at Enugu has been shifted by two weeks to a date to be announced soon, in order to enable organizers make the event more elaborate and enduring.

According to the Secretary-General of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council , Mazi Okwu Nnabuike , the organisers of the event,more consultations are going on among stakeholders in Igbo land to ensure a more robust event.

According to Mazi Nnabuike, the Awardees remain the same and even more accomplished Igbos will be included including friends of Ndigbo. He regretted the inconvenience the change of date would have caused the recipients and millions of Igbos who have been looking forward to the event . He assured that the event will be more elaborate and enriched in the rescheduled date to be announced very soon.

Meanwhile several Igbos have been congratulating the Youth Council for their steps to recognise worthy  Igbos that have recorded huge successes in their different endeavours as that will encourage other Igbos to emulate them, A public affairs analyst and President General of the Igbo World Union High Chief Mishack Nnata(GBURUGBURU)  fully identified with the Award and called on other Igbos to support the Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council in this wonderful initiative.

Contact Phone: 08035410176
*Photo Caption - Map of Igboland in Nigeria

[ Masterweb Reports: Festus Awelewa to Federal Government of Nigeria ] - Why is it that Nigerians in United Kingdom (U.K.) are unable to obtain 32-page Nigerian Passport? We are forced to obtain 64-page one which I think is meant for businessmen traveling often. This passport appears not renewable, it is good for only five years against ten years for the 32-page one.
I will be pleased if this issue is forwarded to the appropriate Nigerian authority. The  U.K. Embassy has no explanation or clue to the debacle.
Many thanks and God bless our dear nation, Nigeria.
Festus Awelewa
*Photo Caption - Nigerian e-passport

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - What should have caused a low morale and dampen the spirit of a leader has rather come to be an inspirational obsession for Governor Ikpeazu. His passion for service to Abia People has remained unshaken and unwavering and will remain so. 
The regime of projects and road constructions has continued unabated despite the distractions of the Appeal Court Ruling. For the Governor, his covenant with the Abia people remains constant. So  this period has been largely a time of consolidation of the gains attained in the first 200 days and a time of opening up of new frontiers. 
Just yesterday, the Governor inaugurated the committee for the Inland Dry Port at Ntigha, Isiala Ngwa North, and last week he flagged off the construction of four roads in Aba – six-kilometer Ohazu-Ibere-Ozumba Ring Road which terminates at 72 Port Harcourt Road and the Umuokahia Road, and will soon match on to Bende Local Government where three roads have been earmarked for construction. The newly flagged-off roads in Aba will also be constructed with cement technology.
So it has been a regime of work and projects in the midst of  what should have been a huge distraction or a psychological setback for other people. What should have been a threat arerather a motivation and a source of inspiration for Governor Ikpeazu. He is being fired on by a seeming challenge. He is in full control of his environment, displaying doggedness and showing courage in the face of an obvious threat. He is inspiring everyone and this is the hallmark of a leader. 
A roll-call
1.   Road Construction
We are on 47 active sites and 2 bridges are under construction in the state today.  Three of such roads were commissioned in Aba by the former President Olusegun Obasanjo. These roads cut across the 3 geopolitical zones of the state.  
There are plans between the state and its neighbour, Akwa Ibom to jointly rehabilitate the  shared federal Roads. 
Abia State is also pioneering the use of cement  technology or what experts call rigid pavement technology in road construction which means we have to cast with concrete over a mass of iron before asphalting the road. The idea is to extend the lifespan of the roads, to ensure durability so  we don’t come back to them very soon.
We have completed the construction of a brand new bridge at Okonu Afia, Ohafia and done a realighnment of a the bridge at Umunneochie. And we are erecting solar light at the both sides of the bridges.
2. Zero Tolerance to Potholes
Abia is running a programme we call Zero tolerance to potholes. By this, the old roads are constantly being  asphalted and resurfaced. This programme is being executed by the state road management agency and it is taking place simultaneously in the two cities of Umuahia and Aba.  
Under this project, 5 roads have been asphalted in Umuahia and completely resurfaced St Micheals Road , Park Road, Kent, Ube and many others all in Aba city.
3. Establishment of Trade Centers
Abia is establishing trade centres where the old professions are to be revived. This will be supervised and handled by some Mexicans and Philipinos. The idea is for them to begin to teach Abia children the rudiments of the old craft works like capentry, masonry, House Wring so that we can produce our own household items without going abroad to import them.
To teach such handiwork as carpentry, plumbing, electrical, Tiling etc. The idea is to help the artisans add some professionalism and education to their trade. We expect that the trade centres will create jobs and empower people with skills
4.  Friends of Abia Schools Adoption Initiative (FASAI)
1. The Governor used the occasion of his 51th birthday to launch this pet project to mobilize funds to renovate the worst primary schools in the 17 Local Government Areas of the State.
2. Calling on friends to help him give a facelift to primary schools in serious state of dilapidation
3. The aim is to turn around the fortunes of such schools to give the pupils real sense of belonging. Change the environment of the schools.
4. Calling on well to do Abians to assist him own pupils of the schools and make the world a better place for them, through sponsorship and infrastructural development of the schools.
5. Under this also, the Governor decided to maintain direct contact with the headmasters of the primary schools to enable him oversee the academic standard of pupils in the state.
6. The idea also is to revert the trend of drift to private schools.
7. Noted that  most of us were   products of public schools
5.  Aba Industrial Clusters.
Government  is concluding plans to  launch the construction work on the Abia Industrial Clusters starting with Aba. 
The Govt is currently procuring  equipments needed for the clusters and for the appropriate equipment that can match our standard of technological development.
The aim is to mechanize and automate the process of leather-making and othe artisanship works in Abia State. 
The Aba Industrial Cluster would involve 40,000 shoemakers who are capable of producing 1000 shoes daily.
6. Skill Acquisition Programme
Government has resuscitated three moribund technical schools in the state to run the skills acquisition programme. Others will follow soon.
Our goal is to develop the trade sector in Abia so that the   State could make all the shoes for school children, the military and the paramilitary in Nigeria instead of us having to import them. Other countries, particularly African countries will be buying shoes and belts from Aba.
7. Education
Started work on the construction of the permanent site of Abia Polytechnic at Osisioma area of Aba.
8.    Foreign Partnership
- Planned collaboration with the state of Georgia  in agriculture
- Especially in the area of Green House farming and poultry because Georgia State is the poultry headquarters of the world.
- We will soon unveil our initiative in terms of poultry farming in which the American technology and expertise will be brought to bear in Abia State.
- This will have positive effect in the economy and the productive capacity of our agricultural sector
9.  Market Development
Establishment of the Abia State Markets Dev. Committee (ASMDC)
A Special  Purpose Initiative to restore sanity to all markets in the state.
There is an ongoing War Against Street Trading in Aba and relocation of Traders to new sites.
New markets to be provided with modern conveniences, covered roofs, Police Post, Motor Parks, Fire Service Posts, among others to bring them to international standards
9.     NDE Programme
The Govt gave adequate   support for the development of the NDE ICT SKILL Acquisition Centre at Osieke in Ugwunagbo LGA of the state. The Governor also followed up by promising to place the first 125 intakes into the scheme on N25,000 monthly stipend. The centre has commenced full traning of youths on different skills.
10. Feeding of 30,000 Pupils Weekly Programme/ Stomach Infrastructure
Under its Universal Basic Education Provisions, the Abia State Government has launched a pilot arrangement to feed 30,000 primary school pupils three times in a week in 10 local council Areas. Pupils are to be feed on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
11. Revitalization of 52 Water Schemes and Installation of Streetlights along roads in Umuahia, Aba and Ohafia.
12. Powering of the new government house and new workers secretariat premises with solar energy.
13. Launch of First Lady’s Pet Project, the Vicar Hope Foundation. Under which she attending to the needs of the handicapped persons in our community. She built and opened 7 bungalows for 6 indigent widows and one blind man from Osisioma.
14. Inauguration of the EXCO. We now have full  compliments   of commissioners. The state EXCO has been dully inaugurated and they are all up and running.
15. Establishment of agencies – (1) Traffic Management Agency. Captures the personality of the new government.  We have atleast 200 youngmen working in this agency right now.  A replay of LASTMA in Lagos.  A collaboration between the state and the Federal Roads Safety Corp. (2 ) There is also the Public Infrastructure Management Agency. A strategy to make sure that touts and those who abuse Government Infrastructure are checkmated. Those who go to remove batteries of the solar lights, steal the armoured cables with which the street lights are being empowered are combated by this agency. Also checkmate the cases of abandoned projects.
16. Salaries and Pensions
We are happy to announce that despite our constraints in the fact that the federal allocation was postponed, the Governor was able to pay workers before Christmas as he promised. Currently, the backlog of salary arrears and pension arrears which the Governor inherited has been cleared. 
And the government  moved  into the new yearfresh and free from any burden of salary complaints.
Godwin Adindu
Chief Press Secretary to the Abia Governor
Email: C/O
*Photo Caption - Governor Okezie Ikpeazu

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - The camp of embattled Care-Taker Governor, Chief Nyesome Wike, has become further depleted with the exit of more heavyweights of the Rivers State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) of which he is the Leader. The latest in the ranks of Rivers PDP heavyweights who have recently defected to the All Progressives Congress (APC) include three frontline gubernatorial candidates, Chief (Captain) Sunday Nwankwo, Chief Bekinbo Soberekon and Engr. Bekinbo Dagogo-Jack, which were rigged out by Wike during the PDP primaries. Others include Dr. Diamond Tobin-West, Dr. Basoba Anga, Chief Tubonimi Wokoma, Hon. Daye Ojuka and Hon. Ibroma Kirchner.
Kick-starting the formal burial of PDP in Rivers State was Chief (Captain) Nwankwo, the Etche-born, Port Harcourt-based billionaire and former National Presidential Committee Member of PDP. The oil and gas czar dumped PDP and joined APC with thousands of his supporters at a colourful ceremony held at Mba in Etche LGA of the State. Addressing the huge crowd, Chief (Captain) Nwankwo said: “I was hitherto a financier of PDP and the backbone of the party in Mba clan but with the turn of events in the State, with Wike exhibiting inept leadership and lack of power to govern a complex State like Rivers State, I am hereby teaming up with my friend and brother, Dr. Dakuku Adol Peterside, and others that are interested in rebuilding the State in APC. I hereby promise to channel same resources to the victory of APC and all its candidates. I, therefore, urge all my supporters in the 23 LGAs of the State to cross over to APC and ensure the success of the party in all the re-run elections in the State.”
Receiving the decampees, Rivers APC guber candidate, Dr. Dakuku Peterside, reminded Etche people of the numerous roads he constructed in Etche LGA when he served as Commissioner for Works and promised to do more when he is sworn in as Governor of the State after the re-run elections.

Other APC stakeholders that witnessed the epochal event were Chief Allwell Onyesoh, former Commissioner and immediate past Chairman of Rivers State Post-Secondary Schools Board; Chief Nnamdi Okere, former Etche Council boss and immediate past Special Adviser to then-Governor Rotimi Ameachi; Chief Ogbonnah Nwuke, a re-run candidate for Etche/Omuma Federal Constituency; Hon. Golden Ben Chioma, a rerun  candidate for the House of Assembly seat in Etche; Chief Okey Amadi, a former Commissioner under Amaechi; Chief Ambrose Igbokwe Nwuzi, former Commissioner; and Hon. Chidi Nweke, a former Commissioner of Agriculture, among others.
In a related development, this time in Buguma, veteran politician, Chief Bekinbo Soberekon, led Dr. Diamond Tobin-West, Dr. Basoba Anga, Chief Tubonimi Wokoma, Hon. Daye Ojuka and thousands of other PDP members in Kalabari Kingdom into APC. Rivers APC leader, Dr. Dakuku Peterside, was on hand to receive the decampees. Peterside, who thereafter received royal blessings from HRH Chief Vincent Fred, was accompanied by several APC chieftains, among them Rt. Hon. Amachree, the incoming Senator to represent the South West Senatorial Zone; and Dr. Dawari George, the APC candidate in the re-run election for Asari-Toru/Akuku Toru Federal Constituency.
As if the two events at Etche and Buguma were not enough damage to the burial of PDP, Akuku-Toru the home Local Government Area of Hon Dr Tammy Dangogo the immediate past Minister of Sports and Wike's strong man formally hammered the nails on the coffin of the dying PDP in Rivers State when in a carnival of praise and worship at Briggs Compound, New York City-Abonnema; the APC State Chairman, Dr. Davies Ibiamu Ikanya and His Excellency, incoming Deputy Governor of Rivers State, Hon. Barr. Asita Honourable received Engr. Bekinbo Dagogo-Jack, governorship aspirant of the PDP who led former Lawmaker, Hon. Ibroma Kirchner and hundreds of high profile defectors from PDP.

Rivers APC in a statement issued Sunday in Port Harcourt warmly welcomed the latest members of the party, congratulating them for taking the right decision at the right time. The statement condemned Wike’s threat to PDP stakeholders in reaction to the gale of defections to APC. Wike, according to reports, summoned PDP stakeholders, threatening to go down with all who may have benefited from his administration should he fail in the re-run election. He reportedly said: “I am worried over the incessant defection of many of my aides to APC in the State. Everybody is running away to APC and they expect me to stay calm and suffer the brunt alone. It will never happen. We were in it together and we must suffer together. If they say I stole money in the Ministry of Education, I didn’t eat it alone. All of you took part. Some of you built the almajiri schools, some built the unity schools, some supplied books, others supervised projects. I have my proofs. Today everybody is shouting Wike killed to get to power. Did I as a person kill any Rivers man? No. They were killed in your LGAs by your boys. Now all of you are planning to run to APC for protection . . .”
Rivers APC in the statement signed by the State Chairman, Dr. Davies Ibiamu Ikanya, strongly condemned Wike’s threat, describing it as the outburst of a drowning man. “Wike has seen nothing yet. He should be ready to answer for his misdeeds because there is always a day of retribution and you cannot sow the wind without reaping the whirlwind,” the party said.

Long Live APC!
Long Live Rivers State!!
Long Live Federal Republic of Nigeria
Long Live President Muhammadu Buhari
Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze
SSA Media and Public Affairs to the State Chairman, APC Rivers State.
*Photo Caption - Map of Rivers State

[ Masterweb Reports: Comrade Uhara Congratulates Chief Okereke ] - Dear Editor; May I humbly use this medium to congratulate Nigeria Masterweb publisher, Chief Charles Okereke on his emergence as the Igbo Journalist of the Year. It's being a long time coming considering his many years of championing Pan Nigerian cum Pan African Agenda through your platforms. 
Hence,  as a great son of Igboland who is making mankind proud, the honour is a well deserved one.
Once again, congratulations!
Comrade Edwin Uhara
Abuja based Journalist and Public Affairs Commentator
Phone: 07065862479; Email: 
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*Photo Caption - Chief Charles Okereke

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - The Rivers State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has apologised to Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, over the embarrassment caused him by the recent allegation of embattled caretaker governor, Chief Nyesom Wike, that the immediate past Rivers State Government under the watch of Rt. Hon. Chibuike Amaechi spent a whopping N82 million to organise a birthday dinner in honour of the revered statesman in the state capital, Port Harcourt. Rivers APC in a statement signed by its State Chairman, Dr. Davies Ibiamu Ikanya and issued Monday in Port Harcourt described Wike’s allegation as unfortunate.

“On behalf of the good people of Rivers State, we hereby tender an unreserved apology to Prof. Soyinka and to assure him that Wike’s vile attempt to link him to an imaginary corruption will fail. This accusation is nothing but the ranting of a drowning man looking for whom to pull into the stinking pool but Wike has over-reached himself this time because Prof. Soyinka is globally renowned as a man of unimpeachable integrity who has never been associated with corruption in his over 80 years on earth". The fact remains that Chief Wike is currently in a pit full of faeces, looking for whom he will splatter the faeces and sadly he remembered our revered Prof and as rightly observed by Prof Soyinka in his reaction, Wike is ready to, “splatter sewage in all possible and improbable directions,” Rivers APC said.
The party noted that Wike in his desperation to demonise Amaechi and whoever that is associated with him must have forgotten that his panel of Inquiry that investigated Amaechi’s tenure exonerated him of any financial misdeeds. The statement made it clear that the great achievements of the Amaechi administration cannot be wished away or cancelled through cheap blackmail.
Rivers APC said the sad outbursts of Wike made through the state Commissioner for Information and Communications, Dr Austin Tam-George, did not come to the party as a surprise, knowing Wike’s antecedents as a controversial politician. “For him to try to disparage a respected personality like Prof. Soyinka in this manner only exposes him as a drowning man looking for any tool to stay afloat,” the party said.

It wondered why Amaechi should spend such a huge sum to host a birthday celebration, asking: “If Wike is sure of his records, why doesn’t he go to court to retrieve the said sum?”

To us as a political party, It is very sad and unfortunate that Wike and his confused Team in their wild accusation failed to appreciate the pivotal role Prof Soyinka played in securing Port Harcourt as the UNESCO World Book Capital City 2014. The feat, which put not only Rivers State but indeed Nigeria on the global map necessitated the dinner in honour of the Nobel Laureate. All said and done we are happy to note that this bare-faced lies deliberately hatched to smear the character and image of the literary scholar as well as the Acting Managing Director of Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Mrs. Ibim Semenitari have failed woefully as Nigerians are gradually coming to terms of what Wike stands for.
The party admonished Wike to stop making a bad name for the state, “as he has done enough damage to the general psyche of the Rivers people through his visionless administration which is now in the process of winding up having been declared illegal by the courts, which ordered fresh elections to be held soon to formally bury the Wike administration.”
Long Live APC!
Long Live Rivers State!!
Long Live Federal Republic of Nigeria!
Long Live President Muhammadu Buhari!
Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze,
SSA Media and Public Affairs to the State Chairman, APC Rivers State.
*Photo Caption - APC logo.

[ Masterweb Reports ] - Recently, the Department of State Security Services (DSS) warned Nigerians against falling victim to the activities of fraudsters who have devised sophisticated means of stripping them off their hard-earned money through blackmailing. According to news reports, the fraudsters have developed a computer animation system which they use to strip people off their clothes among other techniques in their employ! After they might have achieved this, they will then threaten to upload the naked picture of their victim on the internet if he or she refuses to pay certain amount of money demanded. This revelation was made public recently by......... Read More.
*Photo Caption - Minister of Interior, Retired Lt.-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau