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[ Masterweb Report: Daniel Adugbo reports ] - The Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Dr. Maikanti Baru, has urged the National Association of Petroleum Explorationists (NAPE) to explore the hydrocarbon potentials of green frontier basins in order to increase the depleting reserves in the country.
 
 Baru said the Federal Government would be willing to make provisions for incentives for such prospective investors.
 
 Dr. Baru gave this charge when he received the leadership of NAPE led by its National President, Mr. Nosa Omorodion, at the NNPC Towers, Abuja on Thursday.
 
*Also read => Warning: Oil Based Nations Like Nigeria May Face Economic Death Soon
 
 The Chad Basin, Anambra, Bida, Dahomey, Gongola/Yola and Sokota Basins alongside the Middle/Lower Benue Trough make up the entire Nigerian Frontier Sedimentary Basins which have prospects of oil and gas.
 
 The GMD urged NAPE to play a key role of promoting public private partnership in the exploration of some of the green frontier basins.
 
 Earlier, the National President of NAPE, Mr. Omorodion felicitated with the GMD on his well-deserved appointment saying that NAPE will confer on him a Honourary Membership award which is the highest award from the Association due to his outstanding track records in the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry in November this year.
 
*Photo Caption - Oil barrels

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - The Rivers State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has hailed the recovery of the deplorable and deadly Calabar – Itu Road by the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), describing it as an historic development. “We heartily congratulate the NDDC under the dynamic leadership of Mrs. Ibim Semenitari for moving swiftly to rehabilitate this all-important road that traverses Cross River and Akwa Ibom states, as it has since become a big nightmare for travellers and transporters,” Rivers APC Chairman, Dr. Davies Ibiamu Ikanya, said in a statement issued on Wednesday in Port Harcourt.
 
Four firms are simultaneously working on the road after being mobilised to site by NDDC in its bid to maximise time. “The Acting MD/CEO of NDDC, Chief (Mrs.) Ibim Semenitari, the Eleru of Ifon Kingdom, Ondo State, who took a recovery visit to the collapsed road on Sunday, August 14, has demonstrated that she is not only the pride of Niger Delta region but also the heroine of our people,” Ibiamu said.
 
Rivers APC also lauded Mrs. Semenitari for her other giant strides, noting that she has in so short a time initiated and executed several laudable projects, policies and ideas in her bid to dramatically improve the lot of Niger Delta people within the shortest possible time. “Particularly worthy of mention is the completing and commissioning, on July 12, 2016, of the gigantic NDDC office complex in Port Harcourt that accommodates about 120 members of staff. For 16 years since its establishment, the NDDC operated from a rented office complex on Aba Road in Port Harcourt. Huge sums of money were wasted on upgrading this rented office complex until the appointment of Mrs. Ibim Semenitari, who has moved swiftly to justify the confidence reposed in her by President Muhammadu Buhari,” the party said.
 
It also commended Mrs. Semenitari for her concern for the security and peace of the Niger Delta, which made her to host on Tuesday, July 19, 2016 the forum of Partners for Sustainable Development (PSD) streamed live to about 25 million global viewers. “We share the stand of this Amazon that ‘the importance of this forum in the development of our Niger Delta Region cannot be over-emphasised, especially at this auspicious time when the country is relying on major actors in the Niger Delta to come together and address the development challenges facing the region in view of the Change Agenda of Mr. President’,” the party said.
 
“This lady of excellence is brimming with ideas and enthusiasm to reposition the NDDC for greater service delivery. We commend and congratulate her while appealing for more support from all and sundry to enable her to fully actualise her lofty vision for the NDDC and the Niger Delta region,” the statement said.
 
Rivers APC commended the current management of NDDC, State Governments in the region as well as the Federal authorities and Niger Delta stakeholders for the support given to Mrs. Semenitari, “which has made it possible for her to achieve all these for the region in the short time she has held the reins of the NDDC.” It expressed confidence in the ability of the NDDC CEO to continue to use her good offices and any other she may occupy in the future to positively impact on the Niger Delta and Nigeria at large.
 

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
No. 38 Forces Avenue, Old GRA, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
Phone: 08038199163  Email: apcchangeriversstate2019@gmail.com, apcrivers@yahoo.com
 
*Photo Caption - APC logo
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Abdullahi M. Gulloma reports ] - The Director of Information, State House, Mr. Justin Onuorah Abuah, has passed on, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina announced earlier this week. In a statement issued in Abuja Adesina said the deceased, born on January 29, 1959, died on Sunday, August 14, in Abuja after a brief illness.
 
According to the statement, President Muhammadu Buhari has sent a condolence message to the family of the deceased.
 
The late Abuah had a long and rich career at the Presidency, where he served seven past Nigerian leaders since 1986 when he joined the State House media office from the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
 
A native of Asaba, Oshimili South local government area, Delta state, Abuah is survived by his wife, Loretta and three children, Chinedum, Chike and Amaechi.
 
*Photo Caption - Late Justin Onuorah Abuah

[ Masterweb Reports: Sisulu Peters reports ] - The hotel business in a small underdeveloped rural community in the state of Lagos, Nigeria is unusually growing because of religious tourism. Ikotun can hardly compare to the neighboring metropolitan area of Lagos in terms of technology, population, and income level; but there is one attraction that is drawing in foreigners from around the world - The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN).
 
According to a Nigerian hotel booking website, hotels.ng, areas surrounding the popular church, Ikotun and Alimosho, have a total of 110 hotels. The church founded by T.B. Joshua is considered by many to be a Mecca (of some sort) for miracle-seeking Christian pilgrims. UK based news website the Guardian cites that The SCOAN attracts more weekly visitors than the Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London combined.
 
Many countries endowed with tourist attractions and natural wonders generate their economic wellbeing from the tourism industry. One would wonder why the Nigerian government, given the dire economic situation in the country, has not seemed to have taken advantage of the great potential economic impact the church has on the tourism industry in Nigeria. Despite the fact that the government is not necessarily taking steps to capitalize on the church’s burgeoning influence, it was revealed that six out of every ten visitors that come to Nigeria visit The SCOAN.
 
Religious tourism, through The SCOAN, has revealed that despite the Ikotun and Alimosho areas being known to be indigent neighborhoods that are in the rural outskirts of Lagos; they have been attracting more foreign tourists than the more affluent Victoria Island and Ikeja. This can be seen from the growing number of hotels in the Ikotun and Alimosho areas, for example Lagos’ business hub, Yaba, which accommodates various foreign investors to Nigeria, has 48 hotels; whereas the less opulent Ikotun has a staggering 56 hotels and Alimosho 54. As a tool to attract more customers, hotels in Ikotun list The SCOAN as a tourist attraction in the area.  
 
Ultimately, the Nigerian government should look to other potential sources of revenue for the country’s economy, such as the tourism industry, and show more of a commitment to improving the physical infrastructure of formally marginalized neighborhoods that are now proving to be tourist centers, as is the case with Ikotun.
 
Sisulu Peters ( Email: sisulupeters@gmail.com ) reports.
 
*Photo Caption - SCOAN Headquarters at No. 1, Segun Irefin Street, Ikotun Egbe, Lagos, Nigeria.

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Following the press conference earlier today by our legal team, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Worldwide has been reliably and incontrovertibly informed that some of the utterances of their defence lawyers were made without consultation. These utterances border on negotiations and some were against the Niger Delta Avengers. As  as a result of this unsolicited and unguarded utterances, the defence team has been sacked and will be replaced. The IPOB leader wishes to state categorically that the only thing we are open to is negotiations that will lead to modalities and processes to restore Biafra and avert further hardships on the people of Nigeria who have been under bondage since his kidnapping and illegal detention.

The Niger Delta Avengers arose because of the inherent injustice in Nigeria as manifested in the disregard to the rule of law when Buhari refused to obey court order to unconditionally release our leader, Nnamdi Kanu. We spoke the mind of our leader when we stated for record purposes that IPOB and Niger Delta Avengers share the same ideology of freedom for Biafra. Anybody publicly dissociating IPOB from Niger Delta Avengers is a mortal enemy of IPOB family worldwide under the leadership of Nnamdi Kanu. Let it be known that as long as Buhari and Daura continue to tamper with Nnamdi Kanu‘s defence team through bribery, inducements and intimidation, IPOB will keep on changing the team.
 
For the records, the press conference by the now-sacked  legal team was about bringing to public knowledge the foolishness of the Department  of State Services (DSS) in bringing treasonable felony charges against our leader and the lack of evidence thereof. The press conference was NEVER about negotiations because should negotiations start, IPOB will notify the world about it. Right now, we are not negotiating and will not negotiate until existing court orders ordering the release of Nnamdi Kanu are obeyed.
 
In the interim, Barrister Ifeanyi Ejiofor will continue to act as lead counsel until other counsels are appointed who will not sell their souls to the devil. Biafra or death!!!
 
 
Signed

Barrister Emma Nmezu      
Dr. Clifford Chukwuemeka Iroanya
Spokespersons for IPOB
 
*Photo Caption - Nnamdi Kanu

[ Masterweb Reports: Abdullateef Salau reports ] - The United Nations’ International Organization for Migration (IOM) has said that about 3,600 Nigerian women arrived Italy by boat in the first half of 2016, almost double the figure in the same period last year. More than 80% of these women, it said, were trafficked into prostitution in Italy and across Europe.  Traffickers use migrant reception centres as holding pens for women who are then collected and forced into prostitution, the UK Guardian quoted the UN agency as saying.

 

“What we have seen this year is a crisis, it is absolutely unprecedented and is the most significant increase in the number of Nigerian women arriving in Italy for 10 years,” said Simona Moscarelli, an anti-trafficking expert at the IOM.
 

She said majority of the women were being deliberately brought in for sexual exploitation purposes.  She added that the criminal gangs and trafficking networks engaging in the sexual exploitation of younger Nigerian girls had expanded.
 

Although a thriving a sex trafficking industry has been operating between Nigeria and Italy for over three decades, there has been a marked increase in the numbers of unaccompanied Nigerian women arriving in Italy on migrant boats from Libya, the report said.
 

In 2014, about 1,500 Nigerian women arrived by sea. In 2015 this figure had increased to 5,633. Moscarelli warned that the current policy of placing Nigerian women in reception centres along with thousands of other migrants was playing to the traffickers’ advantage, with women regularly going missing.
 

She said six girls who went missing from a reception centre in Sicily last week were just picked up in a car and driven away. Most Nigerian women who arrived in Italy are already victims of trafficking, many have been subjected to serious sexual exploitation in Libya, she said.  She described their condition as worse, adding; “They are really treated like slaves.”  They arrive Italy with debts of about £40,000 for their journey from Nigeria, which they are expected to pay back. Nigerian trafficking gangs use a toxic mix of false promises of legitimate employment and traditional “juju” ceremonies to recruit and gain psychological control over their victims.

 
*Photo Caption - Nigerian prostitutes in Italy (Photo Credit: Flickr/ Creative Commons)

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - White Naija Girl is not your ordinary lady, she is a lady on a mission, and her mission is to show to the world, that side, the positive side of Nigeria which is often ignored. Married to a Yoruba man, White Naija Girl as she is famously known has come to accept and embody the Nigerian culture.  For her, the Nigerian culture is one that brims with energy, beauty and spirit. These days, she is flying in and out of Nigeria learning as much as she can introducing Nigeria to other European girls.
 
 
Five years ago, she started chronicling her experience as the wife of a Nigerian man on her blog, but in 2015, she visited Nigeria for the first time and fell in love with it so much so that she adopted Oke Arowa in Ogun State, southwest of Nigeria as her home town. It was there in Oke Arowa, that she was introduced to food production, Garri and oil palm. She hopes to return there to start a food processing business someday.
 
 
In 2015, a video of her selling sachet ‘pure’ water on a street in Lagos was shot. The video which was made as a plea to the powers that be, to vigorously combat the looming unemployment rate in Nigeria, soon went viral. The experience heralded her resolve to be more active and help bring better opportunities to the many young Nigerians who are currently unemployed.
 
 
Her 3 year old son Barede was sent to live in Ogun State with her mother in law, who taught him about the ways of the Yoruba people. In 2016, she was back in Nigeria with renewed zeal to learn and engage with people. After all, as she puts in ‘talk is cheap, let’s get down to the business’. Her passion for women and children is in part driving her to keep promoting Nigeria in the West. She sees Nigerian women as strong, intelligent, resilient and graceful. According to her, ‘women can make a substantial impact when their strengths are pooled. Her dream is to see a Nigeria where most women function at a very high level in business, governance and every other sector, a Nigeria where the girl child has the opportunity to become whatever she wants to become.
 
 
With this in mind, White Naija Girl has started by connect European women to Nigerian fashion. Nigeria is home to many industrious women who make wonderful designs. These women work so hard but get paid so little for their work. During her last trip to Nigeria, she worked with one young lady, Deborah who made some outfits for her. Back in the UK, she organised a fashion shoot with 6 beautiful European ladies wearing the collection. They absolutely loved it and some would even love to have their own. As Nigerian music is already big export to the west, and the West loves it, the time has come for Nigerian fashion to win the hearts of fashion conscious white ladies. It is important that women connect globally. After all women all over the world, have similar experiences and we must open our arms to help each other.
 
 
Whilst respecting and learning about the Nigerian culture, White Naija Girl derives great joy from her role as bridge to the West. It is undeniable that her uncanny feat, selling sachet ‘pure’ water on the street of Lagos has endeared her to many. She simply wants to help build a fantastic Nigeria for her children and other.  Her photo shoot with the European ladies was not just another fashion shoot, it is a statement, a message to the world about the strength and creativity of Nigerian women. Every nation has its goodwill ambassador, my mission is to show to the world, that side of Nigeria that is often ignored. 
 



Emese Afolabi
www.whitenaijagirl.com
+44 744 644 7186
 
*Photo Caption - Some White Naija Girl's fashion being modeled.

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - White Naija Girl is not your ordinary lady, she is a lady on a mission, and her mission is to show to the world, that side, the positive side of Nigeria which is often ignored. Married to a Yoruba man, White Naija Girl as she is famously known has come to accept and embody the Nigerian culture.  For her, the Nigerian culture is one that brims with energy, beauty and spirit. These days, she is flying in and out of Nigeria learning as much as she can introducing Nigeria to other European girls.
 
 
Five years ago, she started chronicling her experience as the wife of a Nigerian man on her blog, but in 2015, she visited Nigeria for the first time and fell in love with it so much so that she adopted Oke Arowa in Ogun State, southwest of Nigeria as her home town. It was there in Oke Arowa, that she was introduced to food production, Garri and oil palm. She hopes to return there to start a food processing business someday.
 
 
In 2015, a video of her selling sachet ‘pure’ water on a street in Lagos was shot. The video which was made as a plea to the powers that be, to vigorously combat the looming unemployment rate in Nigeria, soon went viral. The experience heralded her resolve to be more active and help bring better opportunities to the many young Nigerians who are currently unemployed.
 
 
Her 3 year old son Barede was sent to live in Ogun State with her mother in law, who taught him about the ways of the Yoruba people. In 2016, she was back in Nigeria with renewed zeal to learn and engage with people. After all, as she puts in ‘talk is cheap, let’s get down to the business’. Her passion for women and children is in part driving her to keep promoting Nigeria in the West. She sees Nigerian women as strong, intelligent, resilient and graceful. According to her, ‘women can make a substantial impact when their strengths are pooled. Her dream is to see a Nigeria where most women function at a very high level in business, governance and every other sector, a Nigeria where the girl child has the opportunity to become whatever she wants to become.
 
 
With this in mind, White Naija Girl has started by connect European women to Nigerian fashion. Nigeria is home to many industrious women who make wonderful designs. These women work so hard but get paid so little for their work. During her last trip to Nigeria, she worked with one young lady, Deborah who made some outfits for her. Back in the UK, she organised a fashion shoot with 6 beautiful European ladies wearing the collection. They absolutely loved it and some would even love to have their own. As Nigerian music is already big export to the west, and the West loves it, the time has come for Nigerian fashion to win the hearts of fashion conscious white ladies. It is important that women connect globally. After all women all over the world, have similar experiences and we must open our arms to help each other.
 
 
Whilst respecting and learning about the Nigerian culture, White Naija Girl derives great joy from her role as bridge to the West. It is undeniable that her uncanny feat, selling sachet ‘pure’ water on the street of Lagos has endeared her to many. She simply wants to help build a fantastic Nigeria for her children and other.  Her photo shoot with the European ladies was not just another fashion shoot, it is a statement, a message to the world about the strength and creativity of Nigerian women. Every nation has its goodwill ambassador, my mission is to show to the world, that side of Nigeria that is often ignored. 
 

Emese Afolabi
www.whitenaijagirl.com
+44 744 644 7186
 
*Photo Caption - Some White Naija Girl's fashion being modeled.

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) Abia state , received with utmost disapproval the dismissal of the Application  which APGA and her candidate Dr. Alex Otti  had filed at the Appeal court seeking to be party to the ongoing Appeal between Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu and Dr. Uchechukwu Sampson Ogah concerning the governorship seat of Abia.

As a party that believes in the sanctity of the Rule of  Law, and holds the judiciary in high esteem, we respect the ruling of the respected justices who sat over the matter, though we completely and most respectfully disagree with them on this matter, and thus state as follows;

 
1. That contrary to the position of the court, the issue at stake is not in any way an Intra Party matter, as neither APGA nor her Candidate Dr. Alex Otti through their application sought to determine who the Candidate of PDP in the election was or is at the moment.

2. That neither APGA as a party nor Dr. Alex Otti as a Candidate is seeking for the declaration of Dr. Otti as the Candidate of the PDP, neither did the duo question the nomination or process of nomination of Ikpeazu as PDP gubernatorial Candidate.

3. That APGA and Dr. Alex Otti merely sought to invoke Section 141 of the Electoral Act especially where it contradicts the consequential orders made by the Federal High Court which earlier disqualified the PDP Candidate in the election, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, so the reference to Section 87 (9) of the Electoral Act by the Appeal Court is
inconsequential in this circumstance.
 

 4. That the false information which formed the basis of Ikpeazu's disqualification and removal by the Federal High Court  was submitted to INEC, a federal government electoral body which conducted the Governorship Election in Abia, and that Ikpeazu and his party the PDP submitted the said false information for the purpose of the Governorship election which APGA and Otti also took part in.

5. That the offence which led to the disqualification of the PDP Candidate as stated in the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria authorizes any other interested party beyond the PDP to initiate a legal action, and therefore cannot be suddenly isolated from interested parties like Otti and APGA or buried on the altar of legal technicality.

6. That having taken part in the governorship election, declared second by INEC though with majority L.GAs on the strength of the votes cast by Abia electorates, met all constitutional requirements to be elected as Governor in a general election conducted by INEC, it is most unjust, unfair, fatal, fallacious, and injurious for the Appeal Court to hold that our party APGA and our Candidate Dr. Alex Otti do not have sufficient legal grievance to institute our case.

We hope that by the time our case gets to the Supreme Court, the justices would in their wisdom  thoroughly bury the contradictory terminologies and technicalities employed in overlooking the merit, soundness and sensitivity of our Appeal, which beyond morality, is rich and meritorious in law. We therefore appeal to millions of angry Abians to still think Abia First by remaining calm and very peaceful as we
exploit this Divine Window of Opportunity to reclaim the mandate you fearlessly and historically gave to APGA and Dr. Alex Otti.

Signed

Rev. Augustine Ehiemere
State Chairman, APGA.
comradeferdy@yahoo.com
 
*Photo Caption - APGA logo

[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Entrepreneurs from all walks of life stormed the venue of the ICTEL Expo , Eko Hotels and Suites on the 28th of July 2016 for the 3rd edition of the SM Jury. The conference tagged ‘Building Your Digital Empire’ addressed the challenges faced by the Entrepreneurs in an ever more globalised digital economy. The event served to explore the start-up phenomenon through business, policy and investor perspectives.
 
 
Speaking on the initiative, the Convener of the Social Media Jury and award winning Publicist, Tonia Odili said, The SM Jury, a quarterly conference is an initiative that will impact positively on the lives of business owners in the Country in a sustainable manner. She added that since the inception of the Jury, so many great testimonials have emerged from participants.
 
 
Panelists at The Social Media Jury organized at the ICTEL Expo in partnership with the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry included the Marketing Manager of Microsoft , Olumide Balogun , Founder of Inspired Series, Glory Edozien and CEO of Erdters, Abiola Fabio.
 
 
At the end of the conference, participants expressed satisfaction with the Jury and gave an enthusiastic feedback and support for the efforts of the organizer.
 
 
The SM Jury, a quarterly event is a unique conference centered on innovation and entrepreneurship featuring interactive workshops, engaging speakers, networking opportunities and giveaways to participants.
The SM Jury was proudly supported by the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Beko Electronics Nigeria, Micos Chicken & Waffles and Okiki, a new cutting edge app connecting Nollywood film makers, stars and fans.
 
By Tonia Odili ( Email: toniaodili@gmail.com )
 
*Photo Caption - L-R Tonia Odili(Converner),Glory Edozien(Founder Inspired Series),Abiola Fabio(CEO Erdters) and Olumide Balogun(Marketing Manager Microsoft).