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[ Masterweb Reports ] - Malam Barkindo Saidu, the Executive Secretary,   Borno Agency for the Control of HIV/AIDS (BOSACA), says 512 new cases of HIV infections have been recorded in Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps in the state. He spoke on Sunday in Maiduguri while briefing newsmen. Saidu said that the cases were recorded after voluntary screening in some IDPs’ camps in the state.
 
He pointed out that two out of the 512 persons were children.
 
“We are currently conducting voluntary screening on HIV/AIDS in IDPs’ camps across the state to determine the status of the people, especially those rescued from the Boko Haram terrorists.
 
“As at last week, we have recorded 512 positive cases, among which two are children,” Saidu said.
He said that the state had witnessed rising cases of the disease due largely to the Boko Haram terrorism.
 
“Currently,  2.4 per cent of the population of the state are living with HIVand AIDS, which translates to  108,000 persons, going by the record of the National Population Commission.
 
“But only a tiny portion of these people can access treatment because most anti retroviral centres have closed,” Saidu said.
 
He explained that only 32 out of the 90 anti retroviral centres were still operational in the state.
 
“Before the Boko Haram terrorism, we had 90 treatment centres across the state, but only 32 are still functional today.
 

“The rest have been closed down due to the Boko Haram terrorism, ” Saidu said.
He  called on the Federal Government and donor agencies to  intervene in the HIV and AIDS control in the state.

 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Sonala Olumhense reports ] - As one who firmly believes that one Olusegun Obasanjo squandered the finest opportunity of any Nigerian leader since independence, I have often criticized him. Between 1999 and 2007, he could have transformed Nigeria into Africa’s most developed, most productive and most functional economy. The records show that he compounded the situation, and then handed over to his handpicked successors who made matters considerably worse. 

 
That led, inevitably, to the arrival of one Muhammadu Buhari, who had sworn for years Nigeria needed cleansing, and that he was the man for the job. 
 
When Buhari was sworn in last year, it was evident that Obasanjo had him trapped. But Buhari ignored the obvious.
 
Speaking at the at the first Akintola Williams Annual Lecture last week, Obasanjo sprung that trap, telling Buhari to stop giving excuses and, in effect, to get on with being the savior he advertised himself to be. 
 
“It is easier to win an election than to right the wrongs of a badly fouled situation,” Obasanjo sneered. “When you are outside, what you see and know are nothing compared with the reality.”
 
He showed Buhari the clock: “Now that we have had change because the actors and the situation needed to be changed,” he should install “a comprehensive economic policy and programme that is intellectually, strategically and philosophically based.”
 
And then hereally began to turn the knife. “…Once you are on seat, you have to clear the mess and put the nation on the path of rectitude, development and progress leaving no group or section out of your plan, programme and policy and efforts,” he laughed. “The longer it takes, the more intractable the problem may become.”
 
One source of Obasanjo’s anger is Buhari’s insistence that the governments preceding his, since 1999, have been very corrupt.
 
He dismissed Buhari’s “blanket adverse comments or castigation of all democratic administrations from 1999 as “uncharitable, fussy and uninstructive,” refusing to be lumped together with the others.
 
And then of course, what is an Obasanjo speech without his taking liberties with the English language? Addressing Buhari’s $30 billion foreign loan proposal, he manufactured terms aimed at helping - or confusing - Buhari’s political thought and digestion: “Adhocry is not the answer,” he said, warning: “…We must be careful and watchful of the danger of shortermism.”
 
That from a man who perfected the art of the ad hoc and the loud. Obasanjo, the same man who plucked the Vision 202020 out of the sky without investigation. The man who advertised the National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy as the final economic plan Nigeria would ever need…but abandoned it just months later. The man who set up the anti-corruption watchdogs but refused to let them fight systemic corruption. The man whom, legislators said, bribed them for a third term in office.
 
To be faithful to sequence, Obasanjo had whispered to Buhari last March that his persistent complaining about the current price of crude oil was growing tiresome, as President Goodluck Jonathan had left $30billion in reserves for Buhari, as compared to 1999 when he only inherited $3.7 billion,and at a time the price of oil was only $9 per barrel.
 
Buhari has since insisted that he will indeed continue to criticize his predecessors, a task he performed again last Thursday when he received William Symington, the new United States ambassador, in Abuja.
 
“The corruption we met at personal and institutional levels was unbelievable,” he declared for the 1000th time. “Corruption was turning into a culture…”
 
 And then for the 2000th time, President Buhari swore to end that culture. The President’s rhetoric is good, but if it reflects the crime, the quality of his assault doesn’t. Not only is it curious that only a handful of people are in any trouble, current appointees who face allegations of corruption do not get fired or even have to prove themselves. It no longer helps Nigeria for anyone to describe how corrupt Nigeria has been in the past 50 years or 16, without demonstrating how the significant persons responsible for it are being stripped to their stolen underwear and tossed into overcrowded jails.
 
If Obasanjo said anything important at the Akintola Williams lecture, therefore, it was that Buhari should not call his government corrupt unless he can prove it. That is a fair challenge that Buhari must accept. In addition, he must systematically publish what has been recovered, as well as identify and prosecute, beginning from the top.
 
The trouble is that there seems no such clear plan. Only last week, for instance, the EFCC announced it would prosecute over 100 officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission.
 
Their offence: they allegedly benefitted from a massive $115m fund distributed as bribes in 2015 by the former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, to help Mr. Jonathan retain the presidency.
 
Few situations illustrate the contradictions in the current anti-corruption initiative better than this. Mrs. Alison-Madueke’s name is tied to our worst official excesses since independence, and even this announcement pronounces her guilty. 
 
But she is not being tried. In other words, we are treating minor symptoms, not the disease. The anti-corruption masterplan, if there is one, should follow the money-trail upwards, rather than downwards, to identify the sources of the decay, what else was compromised, and how much.
 
What is the moral justification for prosecuting low-level officials who may perhaps have been threatened? How does the squandering of resources on their prosecution, rather than on the senior officials who built the farms and sowed the seeds, change the corruption narrative?
 
Why are there so many former governors who openly looted and openly donated billions of Naira to their parties and officials walking free? Why do we name suspects in the court of public opinion and publish salacious details about their horrendous escapades with public funds, but stop short of the court of law?
 
And why does the government shy away from using the vast swathes of information granted by the Central Bank’s Biometric Verification Number inquiry which has made it easy to unveil a “kill and divide” culture running into hundreds of billions since 1970?
These are the reason why a supremely duplicitous and hypocritical Obasanjo, criticizes Buhari fairly. If Buhari truly means to conquer corruption, his very first step is to leave the rostrum of criticism for the rostrum of rigorous public policy, and seek the experts - not politicians - to get the job done.
 
Obasanjo may have failed the test of the disciplined and patriotic leadership he professes, but Buhari can still uproot trees and remold philosophical foundations. But you cannot score a goal for your team with a back pass to your goalkeeper. 
 
The dream on which Buhari was elected is of a new Nigeria where talent and effort - not chicanery and nepotism - defines who lives or thrives. To that end, his responsibility it is to seek the answers, using capable men and women who are neither intimidated by challenge nor excited by unearned wealth.
 
There is no other gift he can offer the masses who granted him the opportunity to open to them the doors that had been slammed against them. Through those doors lie Nigeria’s fate, for that is where the best of the people can go to work. Buhari’s choice has never been clearer.
 
Sonala Olumhense ( Email: sonala.olumhense@gmail.com ) reports.
 
*Photo Caption - Ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo
 

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Mansur Abubakar reports ] - Nigeria’s Super Falcons yesterday retained the African Women Championship after defeating host Cameroun 1-0 in Yaounde. Florence Omagbemi’s side goal came in the 84th minute via veteran striker Desire Oparanozie whose lone goal also saw off South Africa in the semifinal last Thursday.
 
Yesterday’s triumph is Nigeria’s eighth African championship title in ten editions since the tournament was first held in 1998.
 
Speaking to Fever Pitch immediately after yesterday’s game defender Onome Ebi gave God the glory saying it’s satisfying to finally see all the hard work the team had put in over the past few weeks finally pay off.
 
“So proud of what we have achieved. This tournament continues to be more challenging with every edition and im glad we were able to prove once again that we are the best on the continent.” The FK Minsk player said.
 
Coach Omagbemi also made a history of her own after becoming the first individual to win the AWCON as a player and a coach.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Victor Edozie reports ] - A newspaper vendor known as  Emmanuel Samson was yesterday  crushed to death by a company vehicle along Abacha Road in New GRA, Port Harcourt. Two other persons  were injured when the driver, who was said to be driving against traffic, suddenly moved out of the main road and rammed into stalls of newspaper vendors.
 
The driver of the Hilux van was immediately arrested by policemen who arrived at the scene, while efforts made to identify the company were futile.   A witness said Samson’s body was later taken to a morgue.
 
The state police spokesman, Mr. Nnamdi Omoni, said he had not been briefed on the accident while the spokesman of the Federal Road Safety Corps, Rivers State Sector Command, Mr. John Michael, warned drivers to stop driving against traffic.
 Michael also advised motorists not to join security vehicles in flouting traffic rules by driving against traffic.
 
Victor Edozie reports from Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Linus Effiong reports ] - Aba in Abia State prides itself as the “Japan of Africa”, and a creativity hub in Nigeria. The appellation came through the dexterity and ingenuity of its artisans which have endeared it to investors within and outside the country.
 
Made in Aba products are fast capturing the world market and shoes are no exemption.
Indeed, the shoe section of Ariaria International Market in Aba reveals the ingenuity and the enterprising spirit of the people. This section comprises the Bakassi Zone, Shoe Plaza, Power Line and Imo Avenue. The section is populated with artisans who churn out shoes of different kinds and is estimated to house over 70, 000 shoemakers besides the apprentices under their tutelage.
 
Various levels of production, marketing and transportation of the products are involved in shoe-making. While the artisans are busy producing, traders from within and outside Nigeria are picking products of their choice while transporters are evacuating them for onward movement to their respective destinations.
 
Also, dealers on raw materials such as leather, shoe soles, gum, fibre and other accessories make good sales. Women are also compete for patronage at various stages of production.
 
Interestingly too, the trade is no longer a business for school dropouts and semi- illiterates as graduates are now actively engaged in it. Little wonder, new innovations are being introduced to the trade.
 
The chairman Power line Shoe Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (POSMAN), Comrade Joseph Nmeri, told Daily Trust on Saturday that they are impressed with the decision of the Nigerian Army to purchase 50,000 pairs of boots from Aba. He said it is a feat which would encourage local manufacturers.
 
Nmeri added that shoes produced in Aba can last up to three years because of their quality. However, despite the assurance on quality, shoe manufacturers in Ariaria still find it difficult to label their products “Made in Nigeria.”
 
According to Nmeri, from the early 80’s, manufacturers were labelling products ‘Made in Aba’ and traders were coming from various parts of Africa to place orders. There was no challenge then but sales issues began when Nigeria signed a bilateral trade agreement with China.
 
He said the Chinese flooded the markets with their shoes. “To be able to sell our products, we were compelled by the attitude of Nigerians to label our products “Made-in-China” because our customers believed that Chinese shoes were superior.
 
Also the Chairman, Aba North Industrial Market (Shoe Plaza division), Christian Okoro, said the order by the Nigerian Army was the beginning of good things for the country and products made in Aba, as it can handle demands from even outside the country.
 
He pointed out that Aba-made products are exported to Dubai, United Arab Emirates and Italy, where they are given more touches and imported back to Nigeria and marketed as foreign shoes. Three major factors, according to him, are responsible for this practice. They include craze for foreign goods, lack of interest in locally made products and the absence of modern machines and equipment for perfect finishing on the products.
 
Okoro said if provided the needed materials and enabling environment, foreign shoes would be no match to those produced in Aba, adding that most of the artisans would be proud to label their products “Made-in-Aba”. He identified their major challenges as high cost of raw materials, importation of inferior materials, especially gum and chemicals and the unwillingness of leather producers in Kano to sell genuine items.
 
Other daunting challenges, according to him, include unstable power supply, absence of modern equipment and machines, poor access roads and lack of funds. He called for government intervention, especially in the provision of modern machines which he said, would make their products compete favourably in the international market.
 
He also appealed to the federal government for financial assistance to artisans. He said a loan of N1billion could change the stories of the over 70,000 shoe makers in the market. This will enable them acquire modern shoe-threading machines among others, he added.
 
An artisan, Elder Kenneth Nwachukwu, who specialises in military and paramilitary shoes and belts, said he needed some funds to acquire the right machines that would enable him manufacture with better finishing.
 
He said: “Already, we have orders from contractors for the Civil Defence, Police, Navy and National Youth Service Corps. We produce some of the shoes and the contractors buy them at cheap rates.”
 
Lawrence Agochi, a 42 year- old father of five with 27 years experience in shoe making, identified lack of funds as his major setback.
 
He said he could produce an average of 50 pairs of shoes a day, but could triple the quantity with improved equipment. He said he needed N2 million to upgrade his machines.
 
Another shoe maker, Paul Madubike, who has been on the job for 15 years, said he was a fulfilled man. But like his colleagues, the 40 year-old identified irregular power supply and lack of modern equipment as his major challenges. According to him, with modern equipment he could produce 200 pairs of shoes a day to meet increasing demands from his customers.
 
In the same vein, Mr. Ike­chukwu Anaele, Paul Maduabuchi and Boniface Ejike all expressed satisfaction being shoe makers but also identified lack of facilities as major setbacks. They pleaded for government’s intervention to make progress.
 
They want the government to also ensure that the needed facilities are provided at the proposed industrial cluster for shoes, garments, belts and bags workers at Umukalika in Obingwa council area before relocating the artisans to the new site. This will boost their morale, they said. The artisans expressed readiness to improve on the quality of their products to enjoy the much desired local and international patronage.
 
Linus Effiong reports from Umuahia, Abia State.
 
*Photo Caption - Aba made shoes.

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Dr. Peregrino Brimah reports ] - Nigeria's High Court judge, Justice Gabriel Kolawole Friday ruled the delayed release of Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky and his wife Zeenat. The Judge awarded N50 million in his ruling and said, "I have given the 45 days as a reprieve for the Inspector-General of Police, Attorney-General of the Federation in conjunction with the DSS to provide the new accommodation before their release."
 
This passes as one of the most repulsive, ridiculous, insensitive and irresponsible rulings that can be imagined, to put it mildly, and raises serious questions about the integrity of the judge while casting further aspersion on the spate of the Nigerian judicial system as a whole.
 
Sheikh Zakzaky and his wife Zeenat have been held for a year unconstitutionally as justice Kolawole acknowledged in his ruling. Rather than order their immediate and unconditional release, Justice Kolawole further sentenced the victims of gross injustice to a time space of as many as 45 further days under the care of the very DSS and Federal Government who according to the ruling had transgressed the law and acted above the law by detaining the duo for a year already. This is an abuse of justice, an insult to reason and a gross violation of human rights being openly and brazenly sanctioned by Justice Gabriel Kolawole.
 
Justice Kolawole swore and oath to protect the constitution of Nigeria. He has already permitted the victims stay a year in jail with justice delayed thus far, while the constitution states that trial must be conducted within 48 hours arrest and Nigerians must be accorded bail as the law states. There are reasons for this which Justice Kolawole of all people should know and does know.
 
Would Justice Kolawole Like His Family To Be Detained 45 Days While They Look For A House For Them?
 
A day in jail denied justice is a sentence too long for a person, talk-less an additional days 45 days. One simply has to ask Justice Kolawole how he would feel if he is held in detention against his will and in violation of the constitution for 10 days. What if his wife is held for just 5 days? The Nigerian constitution does not have any provision for the detention of citizens while the government finds accommodation for them. This is ridiculous, preposterous and a clear case of grave perversion of justice. 
 
After rejecting State counsel Tijani's asinine claims of "protection custody," the confused or extremely callous justice yet denied the victims their immediate right to freedom. Does Justice Kolawole think Nigerians are dogs to be locked up at will "while they look for house for them?" Such a judgement from the High court puts the probity of Nigeria's entire judicial system into serious question and once again disgraces Nigeria to the observing world. 
 
To add insult to injury, Sheikh Zakzaky and Zeenat being further detained against their will by the concerted team of Justice Kolawole, Nigeria's Attorney General and the DSS under Buhari's watch, are victims of a globally condemned brutal military action last December. From the 12th to the 14th the Nigerian army under authorization of General Tukur Yusuf Buratai invaded the home of Sheikh Zakzaky and shot him six times, shot his wife Zeenat at least three times and killed their three sons right in their faces according to accounts from the injured surviving eye-witness, their daughter Suhaila. 
 
 
Their home was further instantly burned and demolished on the authority of the Kaduna state government headed by Nasir el-Rufai and the Chief of the Army. Not only this but the grave sites of three of their other sons killed the year before by the then Goodluck Jonathan-led Federal government, were exhumed. 
 
Their three sons killed last December under the Buhari government and the bodies of their exhumed sons along with over 300 other Muslim victims were then secretly buried at night in a mass grave, only to be admitted to several months later. Having suffered this amount of unimaginable terror and trauma, Sheikh Zakzaky who suffered paralyzing injuries in the extra-judicial raid and lost his sight in one eye with the other on the verge of blindness, was detained and not allowed to meet with and mourn with his surviving son and two daughters. Zakzaky and wife have since been detained and not allowed to visit the graves of their children or to attend the wedding of last on Muhammad.
 
After all this, to imagine that a cold-blooded Justice Kolawole would delay their release and only award N50 million, the equivalent of $100,000 to the family who lost their children, home, livelihood, reputation and a year of their lives illegally and unconstitutionally detained, does not only beget the anger of man but invites the Wrath of God on the Justice and Nigeria as a whole.
 
We strongly implore the Nigerian Judicial counsel investigate Justice Gabriel Kolawole's probity in this case and dissect him for embranglement and possible compromise. 
 
The Judiciary is the last resort for the people and the backbone of the nation. The Judiciary is the only protection of the people and of the law, not even the president who swore and oath to abide by and defend the constitution without partiality to friend and without favor. No one must be above the law and the integrity of Nigeria's judges directly determine the integrity of the nation.
 
Justice Gabriel Kolawole made no recommendations for the urgent investigation and arrest of the culprits in the December 2015 Zaria Massacre. He made no recommendations for the exhumation of Mando grave to look for Sheikh Zakzaky's children's bodies and ascertain the true culpability of those who broke the law and insulted God by secretly and criminally burying Zakzaky's children and other Nigerians in such undignified manner.
 
 
Nigeria is suffering today due to God's Wrath, a recompense for our actions. God answers the prayers of the oppressed even if they are disbelievers, the prophet of Islam allegedly warned.
 
It is time for Justice Gabriel Kolawole to retire.
 
It is also time for the immediate and unconditional release of Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky and his wife Zeenat and for their compensation commensurate with the crimes against Nigeria's conscience and the entire record of children of Adam, mounted on them.
 
Dr. Peregrino Brimah ( Email: drbrimah@gmail.com ) reports.
 
*Photo Caption - As seen.

[ Masterweb Reports: Samuel Abuya reports ] - This year’s edition of African Diaspora Awards is set to be taken a notch higher by the coming on board of Brussels Airlines, as the official carrier of ADA and leading Belgian airline which has, for a long time, stayed true to its mission of bringing people together and making travelling a pleasure.
 
The annual African Diaspora Awards, widely known as ADA, is set to be held on Saturday, December 3, 2016 and has been previously sponsored by Transfast, an innovative mobile money transfer company. The event will be running for the sixth year back-to-back since its inception.
 
The awards seek to recognize and celebrate individuals who have contributed in making a difference in the lives of the African diaspora community in the United States as well as back in the African continent in one way or the other.
 
The awards, which is an initiative of the Applause Africa, an established media brand with its eyes on empowering Africans in the diaspora, also recognizes individuals who have excelled in many spheres of life and made a brand of themselves while, at the same time, contributing towards various programmes or causes.
 
The coming on board of Brussels Airlines to partner with Transfast in sponsoring this year’s edition of ADA will certainly be a big plus to the event.
 
While announcing the new partnership, a representative from Brussels Airlines said: “We’re proud to announce that we will be partnering with Transfast, one of the fastest growing and innovative online money transfer platforms, in sponsoring this year’s Africa Diaspora Awards.  Transfast is a natural partner for Brussels Airlines as we seek to honour those making an impact in the Africa diaspora and as we fly the award recipients to New York.”
 
On the other hand, Jay Vix, Transfast’s Director of Strategic Partnership, welcomed the new partnership saying, “We’ve been sponsoring the previous ADA events and we now welcome our new partners, Brussels Airlines, on board with both hands. The timing is nothing short of perfect and I believe this a beginning of a good and mutual relationship.”
 
Brussels Airlines is credited for being among the top airlines across the world that have effectively and rapidly adapted to the changing business environment.
 
Brussels Airlines made the announcement at a time when the list of this year’s honourees was made public. Among the nominees are various African great personalities.
 
This year’s ceremony will be hosted by Dulo.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports ] - The Federal Government has pledged to support the inclusion of Nigerian Diasporas to participate in future elections. Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama disclosed this yesterday in Abuja at a seminar on the “Validation of Proposed National Policy on Diaspora Matters.”
 
Onyeama, who was represented by the ministry’s Permanent Secretary, Sola Enikanolaiye, said the empowerment of Nigerians in the Diaspora as change agents for national development should be speedily scaled up.
 
“To achieve the immense potentials of the Diaspora, there is the need for effective promotion and harnessing of the capacity of Nigerians at home and abroad for the socio-political and economic development of the nation,” he said.
 
Also speaking, the Chairperson, Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Senator Monsurat Sunmonu disclosed that her committee had been in touch with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on the issue of Diaspora voting.
 
On her part, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, harped on the need to integrate Nigerian professionals in Diaspora to the development of the country.
 
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