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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - In September of 2014 Sheikh Abdullah bin Bayyah of the Forum for Promoting Peace in Muslim Societies issued a Fatwa against ISIS' violence. It is a comprehensive verdict that explicitly condemns virtually every principle of the bloody Middle East rooted ISIS/ISIL terrorist body. There is no true Muslim that does not realize that ISIS with their Asian and African arms which include the barbaric Boko Haram cult of West Africa, are deviant, misguided mischief makers who have been hoodwinked into an allegiance with Satan. There is no place for the maniacal behavior of ISIS, Boko Haram and other partners in the pure peaceful Islamic deen.
 
 
Unfortunately it is evident the United Nations is not particularly interested in taking any decisive step to check this radical menace that most significantly threatens Muslim habitations. In contrast to decisions made against relatively harmless and contained Saddam Hussein and Libya's Gaddafi, the real and active ISIS menace has escaped UN attention. There is no defined coalition and declaration of war against the various ISIS strongholds across the Middle East, Asia and Africa. ISIS continues to sell oil freely and use the proceeds to build and enlarge its empire and bases across the world, within Muslim territories.
 
The Boko Haram branch of ISIS, otherwise known as Islamic State in West Africa, this January massacred over 2500 mainly Muslims in the fishing community of Baga in northeast Nigeria. ISIS is extremely deadly and has its sights on eliminating Muslims across the world and causing untold hardship. The organization is a sinister one with suspicious leaders who are analyzed to be agents of anti-Islamic covet agencies with a mission to destroy Islam and massacre Muslims from within. The prime target of ISIS, Boko Haram and its other arms is the annihilation of Muslim communities around the world. ISIS in Libya is growing so strong while NATO, The US and UN look the other way; it is an army that can terrorize and destabilize north and west Africa for decades. This is a major menace to Africa and a hot pot readying to explode. No one cares. Over 100,000 have already been massacred in Nigeria's majorly Muslim north and the pogrom continues with 160 killed just last week in a single attack. Iraq is a mess, Libya is a mess, Nigeria's predominantly Muslim north is a mess, Syria is a mess. What are we waiting for?
 
In view of the above, there is a desperate need for Muslims to act in the interest of their lives now and in the future. Muslim state organizations like the OIC, Organization of Islamic Countries have not fulfilled their obligations to be decisive in checking the ISIS terror menace. At this stage it is unfortunately recognized that the leaders of Muslim countries are either incapable or unwilling to take the urgent and necessary steps to intervene and decapitate this monster before it takes over. Muslim traditional leaders in countries have done too little; enjoying their temporary peace and freedom and have for too long not risen to this global threat that should be their top priority. 
 
It is time for God-fearing Muslims and Muslim scholars around the world to gather together, hold internet and physical sessions and decide on a pathway to militarily and ideologically crush ISIS. It is time for the primary Muslim conversation to be concrete steps at checking and extinguishing ISIS.
 
Sheikh Bayyah said, "We must declare war on war so the outcome will be peace upon peace."
 
The Muslims Against Terror organization in partnership with African People's Union hereby impress it on Muslims who read this Press release to assemble via the internet and physically to plan a strategy against ISIS. This is a Muslim duty to humanity and to the Creator. You can email brother@MuslimsAgainstTerror.com to coordinate or for information on where meetings are being held.
 
We call on Al-Azhar, we call on Muslims in Pakistan, in India, in Iran, in Iraq in Lebanon, in Sudan, in Senegal, in Nigeria, in America and all over the world to participate. You may volunteer to fight, you may contribute financially, you may help with the ideological battle or your prayers may be your contribution; but one way or the other Muslims must all take a part in defeating this enemy of Islam. As the Quran advices, be united and you will succeed.
 
On the authority of Abu Sa’eed al-Khudree (may Allah be pleased with him) who said: I heard the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) say, “Whosoever of you sees an evil, let him change it with his hand; and if he is not able to do so, then [let him change it] with his tongue; and if he is not able to do so, then with his heart — and that is the weakest of faith.” [Muslim]
 
Signed
Doctor Ahmad Amadi Jnr, Muslims Against Terror 
www.MuslimsAgainstTerror.com
 
Dr. Peregrino Brimah, African People's Union
www.AfricanPeoplesUnion.org
Contact: brother@MuslimsAgainstTerror.com
 
*Photo Caption - Syrian Baalshamin temple in ruins from ISIS destruction.

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - The Kwara State Government has stated that the N5b Federal Government bailout loan is the cheapest and most efficient means of paying accumulated arrears of salaries and allowances owed to primary school teachers and other local government employees. The loan also covers arrears of pensions and gratuities owed to retired local government workers, some of which go back several years.
 

 

In a statement, the State Government said that N5b loan, when received, will bring relief to local councils, their staff and retirees as federal allocations are currently inadequate to meet salary, pension and gratuity obligations at state and local government levels.
 

 

A breakdown of the N5b liability shows that as at July 2015, the total salary arrears for Local Government workers was N2, 012, 999, 522.40, while salary arrears for primary school teachers stood at N2, 143, 414, 338.55. Total LG Pension arrears stood at N523, 160, 259.38 while arrears for LG’s Statutory Contribution to Kwara State University (KWASU) is N70, 464, 259.89 Outstanding payments for sundry services was put at N267, 806, 538.40.
 

 

Providing further clarification, the state government said it is clear from the figures that the N3.6b combined June and July allocation to the 16 local government councils was inadequate to meet current and outstanding salary and pension arrears not to talk of development projects.
 

 

The State Government therefore expressed confidence that the N5b loan bailout will clear all outstanding arrears and provide the local government councils with affordable repayments so that they will continue to meet future salary, pension and project obligations.
 

 

The statement also reiterated that the State Government does not interfere with local government council funds as all due allocations are released after statutory deductions for teachers’ salaries, pensions and gratuities, teaching service allowance, statutory contributions to KWASU, training, and sundry support services. It also stressed that bank charges and loan repayments are deducted at source by banks.
 

 

The State Government therefore commended the House of Assembly for its speedy approval of Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed’s request to convert the N5b arrears into a Federal Government bailout loan and expressed the optimism that the intervention will make salary and pension arrears at Local Councils an issue of the past. It said the government’s renewed IGR drive will augment any future shortfalls in allocations from the Federal Government and therefore solicited the support of all citizens and residents of the state to initiative’s success.
 

 
Dr Muideen Akorede
Senior Special Assistant, 
Media and Communications, 
Government House,
Ilorin, Kwara State.
 
*Photo Caption - Governor Alhaji Abdulfatah Ahmed of Kwara State

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Nigerian classifieds Jiji.ng is not a service providing just an assortment of household equipment and clothes. It is not an annoying TV-shop or web store. It is the place, which will help you to become an owner of a device or gadget you were always dreaming of. It can help you to find a perfect job. Or maybe even make it possible to move to a new place, equipped with the furniture purchased here, too. Find an advert you like or post the one if you have something to offer. And don’t let any issues, concerning privacy or safety, bother you. Jiji already took care of those.
 
Buying a pre-owned tablet will take just a few steps. After you open the site, go to Phones and Tablets and then choose Tablets. Then you can view a full list of suggested items (in case you haven’t decided exactly what to buy and don’t mind contacting a seller from another city). If you don’t have time or patience for this, take a look at the filters. Choose a Gallery or List to view the items. Also, you can apply a desirable order by clicking on the Newest or the Cheapest. The descriptions are standard. Each has a photo, details regarding performance and specifications, and seller’s contacts. Some adverts are followed by comments and other users’ reviews.
 
With Jiji, your privacy and safety are not problems worth worrying about. Safety Tips section reminds about some rules defined by common sense. The security system works effectively, tracking suspicious activity. Don’t hesitate to visit Jiji and pick up a good pre-owned tablet.
 
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*Photo Caption - A pre-owned Jiji tablet and the charger. 
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Dr. Peregrino Brimah reports ] - Reading today in the Vanguard how Boko Haram terrorists ravaged Dille, killing the helpless inhabitants in the mostly Christian village at sight; we are resolved to join the war for the sake of our people and love of our Creator.
 
As you seek help from the West and East and source airplanes; Boko Haram does not have fighter planes. They are people like us, but even less than us in heart, faith and mind. We are ready to engage them one for one and those of us who die will be martyrs, heroes, proud.
 
Dear President, let fighters fight and let us not leave innocent villagers unprotected and defenseless.
 
We appealed to former President Ebele Jonathan in April last year to give us executive authorization to mobilize and take the war to Boko Haram but he ignored us. Now it is your turn. We respectfully seek your authorization so we can mobilize support globally and convene an army of patriotic civilians the world will remember.
 
We believe in the collective will, prayers and support of Nigerians and the global community to assist our endeavor. We will only request considerate funding from your administration toward purchasing protective gear and arms. We will use our vehicles and empty our wallets to buy our vests and guns.
 
Dear President, this morning I have spoken to brothers and comrades, I asked if they are ready to die. They said they are ready to take it to Shekau and die proud.
 
With tears in his eyes a comrade responded today, “the tree of liberty is watered by the blood of tyrants and patriots.”
 
Ibn Fadlallah warrior Hunters with Civilian-JTF liberated Mubi at the behest of Governor Ngilari, as you recollect. Civilian-JTF have been the first-line in protecting Maiduguri and towns and villages across Borno. We (Civilian-JTF and hunters) were denied by Governor Shettima when we asked permission to go after the terrorists and raid Sambisa. The hunters know the terrain. Grant us the go ahead so we can prepare for this battle. Our people should not stay defenseless as lambs for slaughter for any extra day.
 
Our youth in Borno are not yet ready to be paid street cleaners. They are ready now to liberate their state, rebuild it and return to their farms and enterprises.
 
At your command you will see a united army from the Niger Delta to the Adamawa Plateaus; from the East to the West, North to South that will gather to liberate Nigeria, our abducted girls and suffering villages.
 
It is time to end this scourge. By the grace of God we can. No force of terror can defeat our collective will.
 
Dr. Peregrino Brimah ( Email: drbrimah@ends.ng ) reports.  
 
*Photo Caption - Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau.

[ Masterweb Reports: Ihechukwu Njoku reports ] - Nigerian ‘Prophet’ T.B. Joshua’s prolonged public absence is not only raising concerns among his followers but severely damaging local business in the area where his church is situated.
 
 
The last time Joshua was seen in public was nearly three months ago at a ‘Miracle Crusade’ in Mexico City, allegedly attended by over 150,000 worshippers.
 
 
However, since his return to Nigeria, the cleric has uncharacteristically not appeared in any church service at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), all of which are broadcast live on Christian television channel ‘Emmanuel TV’.
 
 
On June 7th 2015, Joshua released a statement via Facebook, stating, “I came back from the revival trip last week Saturday, waiting for God’s command on what to do next. I can’t wait to join you.”
 
 
However, almost two months down the line, which has seen the controversial conclusion of a coroner’s inquest into the tragic building collapse of a guesthouse within his church last year, there’s been nothing but silence.
 
 
Last Sunday 26th July made it 12 consecutive weeks of absence.
 
 
It’s the first time in over 25 years of ministry that T.B. Joshua has missed a church service, barring foreign ministration and his arrest and 2 week incarceration by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) over charges of drug-dealing in 1996, which were later dropped.
 
 
A report by Nigeria’s Sunday Guardian newspaper chronicled the economic effects Joshua’s ‘disappearance’, coupled with the reduction in church services since the building collapse last year, has had on the local environment.
 
 
“If you come here on Sunday, you will find that a lot of shops are closed. There’s no more business,” a shop owner on the street close to the church lamented to The Guardian reporter, the welfare of most businesses in the area connected to the church’s fortunes. 
 
 
“If you go there now (Ikotun-Egbe) and see the market, you will realise how bad things have become. If it were before, at this time, you would be seeing many people, foreigners, coming and going… Even those hotels - the workers are crying because people don’t come there again.”
 
 
“I think all you newsmen should come together and talk to this man and see what is happening,” a Nigerian cab operator angrily told The Guardian.
 
 
“Programs have totally stopped. Foreigners don’t even see him on TV live. If they just see him on TV in the Sunday services, they will come. A lot of them bought their tickets. But there has been no prayer line,” he continued.
 
 
“We are just waiting and praying to God to make him restart the programs. The bitter fact is that there is nothing that can be done to stimulate business in this area. Without foreigners coming and injecting their resources, there is nothing, virtually nothing else to fall back on.”
 
 
A Muslim fabric trader in the region, Mrs Eyitayo, however, stated that the evolving events were ‘retribution’ for the selfish antics of local house owners who evicted many tenants in order to cash in the church’s popularity by converting their houses to hotels.
 
 
 “The man (T.B. Joshua) is doing good but some people are doing bad because of the money they are seeing. When you drive tenants out, and they don’t have anywhere to go, some of them will cry to God. This thing that has happened will let them know that there is God.”
 
 
Eyitayo reminisced the time she regularly ordered new clothes from Dubai when visitors, especially foreigners, streamed en masse to the area to worship at the church.
 
 
“Two years ago, if you came here, you would think you were overseas because we traded in dollars,” she stated, bemoaning the regions recent drop in fortunes.
 
 
Engr. K. Y. Aminu, owner of Kaywy Lodge, a hotel along Segun-Irefin Street near The SCOAN, admitted that his customers were currently paying half-price.
 
 
“Business is zero,” he lamented. “I am partially closing down. The 10 rooms here are undergoing conversion,” he explained, adding that he was forced to reduce his staff due to inability to pay their wages.
 
 
According to The Guardian report, even international airlines are feeling the impact, as one of Nigeria’s foremost tourist destinations is passing through an uncannily ‘dry’ phase.
 
 
Joshua’s supporters believe the pastor is in a period of ‘fasting and prayer’ but the call for him to reappear is certainly heightening, evidenced by various petitions on the cleric’s Facebook page. 
 
 
“I know that when he eventually steps out, it will be with an explosion of prophetic fire,” a shop owner near the church in Lagos optimistically told the Guardian reporter, hoping that Joshua’s eventual re-emergence will revive the waning local economy.
 

 
Ihechukwu Njoku ( Email: chuk.njoku@gmail.com ), a freelance Nigerian journalist reports.
 
*Photo Caption - T. B. Joshua

 
 

[ Masterweb Reports ] - Chief Chekwas Okorie is the founder of All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, and the United Progressives Party, UPP. He was the UPP  presidential candidate in the March 28 election. In this interview, he speaks on the expectations of Nigerians from the President Muhammadu Buhari administration.
 
Excerpts:
 
President Muhammadu  Buhari has just been  inaugurated. What are the expectations of the people from him?
 
His inaugural speech pointed clear at the direction his administration will take and what Nigerians should  expect from him. One thing that he set out immediately in his speech  is what his democratic profile will look like when he said he belongs to everybody and belongs to nobody, that is a very loaded reassuring statement for a leader who was feared to have become a victim of some political investors that were already making claims. So, he served that early notice that all Nigerians can look up to him for fair but firm leadership.
 
Do you think that he belongs to nobody as he stated going by the roles some individuals and his party played in his emergence?

 

I want to take him on his words and doing so relying on his track record; he is a man that has his own mind, a man of unquestionable integrity, a man of uprightness, a man of boldness, courage and fearlessness. All these attributes have been fully demonstrated by him in the past. President  Buhari is coming into office on a high moral pedestal and so, the statement he made clearly and unequivocally showed no strings attached on his ascendency. There are some people that will make that statement and I will take it with a pinch of salt.
 
As an aside, let me mention a fallout of somebody of Buhari’s character being at the helm of the  leadership of this country. My brother-in-law, who travelled to the UK (United Kingdom) last week on a short  trip and came back today (Monday)  June 1, 2015, called me immediately he passed through Immigration and Customs  formalities to express pleasant surprise that the airport he passed through a few days ago and went through very demanding and compromising  officials now became a place he met very polite, efficient and well behaved  officials. And so, he wanted to find out whether I knew of any order given to these officials to mend their ways. I told him I was not aware of any order but clearly the fear of the Buhari phenomenon has become the beginning of wisdom for all government functionaries and citizens alike. So, you can see what an established character of one man has started achieving even before directives and orders are issued. I have no doubt that all of these people will resort to business as usual if the Buhari administration takes  good behaviour of Nigerians for granted.
 
So, in all these, what are the expectations ahead?
 
We are expecting a frontal attack on corruption which will include recovering all illegally acquired wealth and enunciating policies that will make corrupt conduct risky and unattractive. We expect a review of the entire power supply sector with a view to taking difficult decisions in the overall interest of the Nigerian people. We expect that the unsatisfactory and suspicious privatisation process that concessioned the industries to companies that are merely fronting for vested interests in the previous government be reversed.
 
We expect, like he stated, the resuscitation and revival of industries that have collapsed and the ones that are ailing due to neglect or lack of basic infrastructure and amenities that are necessary for their efficient operation. This will definitely improve productivity in the economy and provide jobs. Perhaps, the most radical thing that he said in his statement is that his government will not standby and see local government allocations hijacked by state governments. I say this because Nigeria’s 774 local government areas have remained largely non-functional in nearly 16 years. And so, the basic infrastructure such as culvert, rural electrification, roads that lead to farmlands and other services that local government were associated with in the years passed have stopped because of the greed and mismanagement including outright embezzlement of revenue allocation that ought to be flowing to the local government areas from the Federation Account.
 
This policy shift that will make the president to ensure that this allocation gets to the third tier of government will check the drift of rural dwellers to urban centres, and many people in the urban areas will begin to trace their ways back to their communities because they will now be gainfully engaged including being more productive. The other area Nigerians are very expectant concerns the issue of security. He has made it clear that security agencies, their officials and men have to get to the theatre of trouble to confront security challenges and not stay in their cosy offices at the FCT (Federal Capital Territory) dishing orders to hapless  operatives and addressing the media in Abuja, making claims of exploits and achievements in the field of operation that took place in far away Borno, Yobe States, etc. By ordering that the commanding centres should relocate to the field of war, to many Nigerians is a pragmatic step towards addressing insurgency in the short run. He talked about long time measures after careful studies on how to prevent re-occurrence. He didn’t leave out the welfare and motivation of military personnel which is also fundamental to getting the best out of them.
 
There is the clamour for unity government that will involve all political parties and geopolitical zones. What is your take?
 
I support it but very cautiously. Yes, the winner takes all attitude is no longer fashionable in the democratic world today. Although the APC (All Progressives Congress) government does not require the coalition of other political parties to  form government especially at the executive level, it will make for stability of the polity considering Nigerians ethnic and religious diversity. If political parties that the ruling party considers, in its wisdom, will add value to both quality of governance and stability of the country, such political parties may be invited. The prerogative to invite or not to invite is that of the APC and President Buhari. On our own part (UPP), we have already extended the hand of fellowship to APC as a party and to President Buhari before he was sworn-in; we made it clear that we will remain in the opposition and constructively engage them if our hand of fellowship is accepted. By this we mean that we will be making suggestions that we think will make the government to succeed and criticise constructively where the need arises. It therefore follows that if we are invited to become part of the government in any form the president may deem it fit, we will accept without compromising our identity and our character.
 
We are definite that we are not going to merge with the APC or collapse with the party because we believe that our growing democracy will be better served if three or more political parties with different tendencies are allowed to ventilate their views in order that Nigerians will have options at any given democratic context.
 
There is the insinuation that Ndigbo have lost out in the present dispensation because they did not vote for the APC. What is your comment?
 
I will like to correct the impression that they did not contribute to Buhari’s election and this is a general belief. But Ndigbo became a little more circumspect in the support they gave to President Muhammadu Buhari especially after when some of us whose opinions were sought had questioned his adoption by some Igbo groups without negotiation or anything to show for the unconditional and wholehearted support the Igbo gave to the PDP in 2011. We were very vehement in our propaganda and it was sustained, they may not even have voted for me, but definitely, more than 50 per cent of those who voted for Jonathan in 2011 did not have any reason to cast their votes again. The votes that Goodluck Jonathan did not get in the South-East paved the way for Buhari to win. The number of registered voters was approximately 7.2 million, eligible voters and about two times of that number are Igbo people who reside outside of the states in South-East. Considering that the margin of defeat which gave President Muhammadu Buhari victory was approximately 2.5 million votes, it then follows that any support  for Jonathan similar  to what he got in 2011 would have seen him returning to power. So, it will be a major political miscalculation to overlook or disregard the potentiality of the Igbo in Nigeria to determine who wins or who does not win the presidency of this country.
 
I believe that President Muhammadu Buhari has come of age politically and therefore will give Ndigbo what is due to them considering that, in less than four years, we will be facing another election. “Having said that, let me seize this opportunity to point out the fundamental flaw in the inaugural speech of President Buhari. You can notice I have applauded the speech, but it is not 100 percent. When he began to mention Nigeria’s past heroes, he did not mention Dr. Michael Okpara, the former Premier of the Eastern Region. If you look at the composition of Nigeria till 1966, Sir Ahmadu Bello presided over 14 provinces that made up the North and Dr. M. I. Okpara presided over 12 provinces that made up the former Eastern Region, while Chief Obafemi Awolowo presided over seven provinces of Western region and Sir Denis Osadebeh presided over two provinces that made up the Mid-Western Region. In terms of area of influence and the positions these heroes occupied, it amounted to unavoidable mistake that clearly sent very negative signals to have recognised even the likes of Akintola, Mallam Aminu Kano and J. S. Tarka whose political party did not control any region.
 
“So, I have received a lot of calls by concerned Igbo people concerning this unfortunate omission. Let me put it like that because I believe it was an omission because if the inaugural speech was brought to him before, he would have corrected it. Another area that left a gap is that no reference was made whatsoever to the prolonged and scandalous neglect of the South-East geopolitical zone by all governments since the end of civil war in 1970. There is no gain saying the fact that the three ‘R’ Reconstruction, Rehabilitation and Re-integration promised by the Gen. Gowon government has been observed in the breach. We were full of expectations that a government that is for all would have made even if it is a passing statement to show that in the course of the administration, the special circumstances of the South-East geopolitical zone shall receive the consideration and special dispensation of the president. Such a statement would have been very reassuring, considering that the North-East geopolitical zone and the Niger Delta areas received special mention in the inaugural speech. I hope that President Buhari in the days ahead will do the needed message of hope to the people of South-East geopolitical zone.
 
*Photo Caption - Chief Chekwas Okorie
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Prominent Igbo leaders and political actors gathered under the auspices of Igbo Information Network  on Friday, June 19, 2015 at Lake Hotel, Enugu, Enugu State and brainstormed on the political future of Ndigbo in 2015 and beyond.

Among the issues discussed and x-rayed include:

THE POSITION OF NDIGBO IN THE BUHARI REGIME
BUHARI AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONFAB RESOLUTIONS
THE PERFORMANCE OF THE IMMEDIATE PAST REGIMES IN IGBOLAND
NDIGBO  BETWEEN 2015 AND 2019
NDIGBO IN 2019 AND BEYOND
ECONOMIC  AND CULTURAL REVIVAL IN IGBOLAND

After contributions, deliberations and interactive forum on the above issues , it was resolved as follows

1  NDIGBO will partner with the BUHARI regime to ensure  peace, progress  and security in the country



2 NDIGBO expect the Buhari administration to give them their due right in terms of appointments , projects and physical presence.

3 NDIGBO implore Gen Muhammadu Buhari   not to jettison the report of the CONFAB  but rather see to the implementation of  salient aspects of the report especially those that re-defines and  set the country on the part of justice and equity
 

4 NDIGBO urge Igbo political actors to play the game of politics with service as the motivating factor and to have strong presence in different political parties as other Nigerians.

5 NDIGBO call for  FEDERAL special intervention to address the erosion problems in the South East , infrastructural decay in the zone, especially dilapidated federal roads, proper take off of the Enugu International Airport, proper take off of Second Niger bridge at Onitsha, state and federal industries in the zone to provide jobs for our teeming youths.

6 NDIGBO are in steps to curb and eradicate corruption at high and low places in Nigeria and call on the federal government to strenghten the EFCC and other anti-corruption agencies in their bid t tackle corruption.

We also laud the effort to end the BOKO HARAM  challenge in Nigeria

SIGNED

HON CHUKS IBEGBU       BAR. KALU STEPHEN
08035410176    

ENGR ROB ANUFORO     PROF OKAFOR ONWUDIWE

CHIEF MRS EZINNE COLBERT    AMB. DAN ONWUKWE
 
ON BEHALF OF CONVENERS.
 
*Photo Caption - Map of Igboland (homeland of Ndigbo of Nigeria).
 

[ Press Release For Immediate Release ] - May I use this medium to call on the Federal government led by President Muhammadu Buhari to halt the proposed payment of nine billion naira wardrobe allowance to members of the National Assembly.

It is heinous and unpatriotic for this newly inaugurated legislators to start at this early time to rip off Nigerians when their colleagues in the past wrecked the country without passing any single bill to improve the lives of Nigerians. It was this same lame legislators that passed nearly fifty bills in 24 hours.

Many Nigerians have for long been lamenting over the cost of running our wasteful and non productive legislature. Many have called for part-time legislative house to no avail. The only thing these so-called 'Honourables' and 'Distinguished' are known for is constituency allowances, committees to chair and salaries, nothing else.

The Nigerian National Assembly is the most expensive in the world and this has got to stop. At this time when workers are owed and millions of Nigerians unemployed it is the height of treachery and wickedness for our legislators to continue their business-as - usual style of living.

Nigerians and Buhari regime must say no to that. These men and women in the Legislative arm must not continue to rip us  of for doing virtually nothing.  Those who think that the National Assembly is an avenue to milk the people dry must rethink . I personally do not think that the allowance to senators and Rep members should exceed fifty thousand naira per month since the minimum wage is eighteen thousand naira. Those who are not ready to serve the people should quit . In fact the National Assembly should be for people who are already contented and have reached a point where they should even be donating their resources in appreciation of the society that made them what they are. It should not be for desperate, hungry politicians.
 

I therefore call for immediate suspension of the so-called wardrobe allowance. Labour and civil society organisations must now live up to their responsibilities before this set of Legislators decapitate us as their predecessors.

CHUKS IBEGBU
LEADERS
MOVEMENT FOR BETTER NIGERIA
AND A PUBLIC AFFAIRS ANALYST
08056741425
 
*Photo Caption - As seen.

[ Masterweb Reports:  Comrade Ahmed Omeiza Lukman writes President Buhari ] - Dear Mr. President; As the gentle breeze reaches you, we bring our plight to your attention as we anticipate your promise to end corruption, impunity and insecurity in Nigerian. It will be insane for any of us to start complaining now, as we are all aware of PDP misuse of the country’s wealth for sixteen years.
 
Honestly, this open letter is meant to shed more light on the challenges faced by Nigerians both at home and in the diaspora especially as it pertains to Nigerian embassies abroad. Though your office is open to the people unlike your predecessor who alienated himself from the masses, I choose this medium to actually send a point to those who might not be privileged to see a private letter.
 
We have absolutely no reason to doubt your commitment to cleanse the government of corruption and create a government that works for the people of Nigeria. We know that this campaign will outlive your presidential term just as efforts in different aspects of our national life have outlived other patriotic Nigerians in the past. This time is particularly important because Nigeria stands at the threshold of greatness or implosion, and the decisions you make in the next few years will significantly determine our future as a country.
 
We recall your promise during the campaign to end the impunity of extrajudicial and journalist killings and deliver justice to the families of the victims. This gave new hope to many people who defied fear and terror to vote for you.
 
We know that our quest for truth, justice and healing faces historical and structural challenges that are not easy to transcend. Victims, witnesses, advocates, and family members continue to face threats to life and health. But we cannot stop working to end the culture of impunity and joining efforts to bring forth a culture of accountability.
 
Tackling this problem demands wisdom and firmness that the previous government was unable to show. You have to make difficult decisions, and there is no way out of the mess our dear nation has been thrown into that will be easy. Like many Nigerians, I hope you do whatever it takes to restore normalcy to the country.
 
Secondly, I would also want to bring to your attention the criminal practice of Nigerian embassies across the globe. One wonders whose interests they protect or if Nigerian embassies that are supposed to protect the rights of every Nigerian living in diaspora have now become businesses. The daily exploitation of Nigerians by these embassies must come to an end; we must define the path of our country on accountability and transparency at home and abroad.
 
These embassies continue to charge Nigerians twenty dollars to stamp any document most especially in eastern European countries, this act is illegal, criminal and alien to the constitution of Nigeria. The problem extends beyond monetary exploitation to their lack of concern for Nigerians living in the countries they serve. In different countries around the world, embassy staff don’t answer phone numbers on their websites, hardly respond when Nigerians in trouble, and generally behave as if they don’t care at all. We cannot expect people to respect us if those people know that we don’t matter to our own embassies in their countries. Here in Ukraine, the story is not different; we must stop this if we are interested in reclaiming our place as the giant of Africa.
 
Sir, you have to strive for the change that we desire. You know Nigerians trust you to deliver on your promises, and I strongly believe that addressing these two issues would be a great way to start your mission to move Nigeria to the heights of greatness that it so surely deserve.
 
Sincerely,

Comrade Ahmed Omeiza Lukman
Kiev Ukraine.
Email: lukahmed@yahoo.com  Phone: +380639279059
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari 

[ Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Igbo Youths under the auspices of Ohanaeze Youth Council (OYC) have called on President Muhammadu Buhari to consider and appoint Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu as the Secretary to the Federal Government.

They also called for the Appointment of former Rivers state Governor Rotimi Amaechi as the Chief of Staff and Dr. Chris Ngige as the Minister of Health.
 

These three men are patriots who helped in bringing about the Change Nigerians are now savouring.

The group also called on Gen Buhari to  carry out his anti-corruption war and war against indiscipline to a logical conclusion in view of the sorrow and hardship these evil acts have brought to Nigeria.

.Also demanded from the Buhari regime by the OYC is the completion of the Enugu International Airport, the second Niger bridge, dilapidated roads in the south east and implementation of the Confab decisions especially the creation of additional state in the South East.

Signed.

Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro
National President
Ohanaeze Youth Council (OYC) 
08028597244
 
*Photo Caption - Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu (LEFT), Dr Chris Ngige (CENTER), Ex-Governor Rotimi Amaechi (RIGHT).