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[ Masterweb Reports: OlalekanWaheed Adigun reports ] - Every 15th of January in Nigeria is celebrated as Armed Forces and Remembrance Day. That date is unique because of two landmark events in the history of the Nigerian military. First, it was the first time the military staged a successful coup in 1966. Second, it was a day of victory for the Armed Forces over the former secessionist Biafran forces. For obvious reasons, we should forget about the second partly because of the emotions that comes with it. The question of “self-determination” is now been chorused loud in some parts of the country that it is in fact, a right!
 
Last year, I wrote under the title, Can Biafra Be Achieved Through a Referendum? In response to the article, I got some obvious replies. The reply from one Chris, looks like the most intellectually sound. I decided to engage him in what I thought was an intellectual discourse on WhatsApp, but was left disappointed when Chris resorted to insults and name-calling, like many ill-educated persons that have engaged me on the subject of self-determination. At that point, I stopped replying his messages, even after saying: “I am sorry for insulting you, Lekan.”
 
The simple question Chris struggled with is: What will the world look like if every nation of fifty thousand people is granted the right to statehood? I will come back to this later.
 
After the Leave campaigners won the referendum for Britain to exit the European Union (EU) last year, code-named, #BrExit, some pro-Biafra supporters here in Nigeria celebrated it as a “major victory.” They saw it as something that should be used as a basis for a sovereign state for Biafra. That was, and will never be, because there is absolutely no relationship between both political phenomena.
 
For those who do not understand the issues clearly, Britain voluntarily joined the EU, then known as the European Economic Community (EEC) in 1973. Under the EU Constitution, a member state is free at anytime to exit the Union. This is not secession; neither does it look like it. The decision to leave the Union is at the sole discretion of the member state ONLY. Britain was not the first the leave the EU, and may not be the last!
 
The EU, just like its African counterpart, African Union (AU) has Nigeria has a member state. If Nigeria decides to leave the AU today, that is simply at the discretion of the Nigerian state, which elected to join the Union voluntarily at inception in 1963.
 
In parenthesis, Morocco had since 1984 left the AU, then known as the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) over the controversial issue of the status of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR). Till data, Morocco is yet to rejoin the Union and it is doing just fine as an independent African state. The question I asked one of those using #BrExit to justify Biafran agitation is: What is the relationship between Morocco’s exit from the OAU in 1984 and the struggle for Eritrean independence in 1993 or of South Sudan in 2012?
 
Those who called for referendum to determine the Biafra’s continued existence as part of Nigeria will probably have to wait longer. This is because the issues like Biafra are largely political, not legal. If it were that easy as some people want us to believe, Cataluña in Spain conducted referendum as recently as 2012, but as at when I checked this morning, Cataluña is still part of Spain. We need to add that the struggle for Catalan independence dates back to the 17th century. Can you now see why I said it is not that easy to solve like a simple algebraic equation.
 
In 2001, East Timor, formerly part of Indonesia, after over three decades of struggle for independence, was granted independence by President Suharto. The new country soon descended into a Civil War less than five years after its independence with the agitation for “West-East-Timor” to become a sovereign state. Those who knew (about East Timor) understood the fact that German philosopher, Immanuel Kant asked: “What if everybody did that?”
 
After thinking about Kant’s statement, I ask myself what the world will look like if Igbominas in Kwara suddenly make a claim for self-determination, and file to the United Nations for a sovereign state? What will the world look like if every 100,000 people file for sovereign state, there will probably be a world of complicated 8000 states. This is what happens when every group file for self-determination as a right!
 
OlalekanWaheed ADIGUN ( Tel: +2348136502040, +2347081901080
Email: olalekan@olalekanadigun.com , adgorwell@gmail.com ) is a political analyst and independent political strategist for wide range of individuals, organisations and campaigns. He is based in Lagos, Nigeria.
 
*Photo Caption - Map of Defunct Republic of Biafra.
 
 

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[ Masterweb Reports: Joshua Odeyemi reports ] - The Nigeria Prison Service (NPS) has accused state governors of being responsible for the high number of condemned inmates in prisons across the country as they were unwilling to approve the execution of inmates on death penalty. The Service Public Relations Officer (PRO), Francis Enobore stated this at the weekend in Abuja during a parley with journalists.
 
While revealing that 1,640 condemned persons were presently in prison formations across the country, Enobore appealed to the state governors to do the needful by either signing the condemned persons death execution or commuting their death sentences to terms of imprisonment. 
 
"The problem of condemned prisoners is still a very big challenged to NPS and we have been appealing to the relevant authorities especially to the Chief Executives” he said. “When someone gets to his last bus stop and is condemned to death and he has exhausted his appeal to the Supreme Court, the only opportunity he has to escape the death is the Chief Executive commuting his death sentence to a term of imprisonment or sign the death warrant for this person to take his last breath. 
 
"But there is a kind of silent moratorium that most governors are not too willing to endorse death sentences. 
 
“You are not signing their execution, yet you are not commuting their death sentences to terms of imprisonment, so that we can get them transferred to a place where they can be remodelled or rebranded for the society. 
 
"So they create a very big problem for us. But we keep appealing that governors to do the needful so that we will be able to really manage these people effectively." 
 
While disclosing that the present management of the NPS was ready to take the Service to greater heights, Enobore said apart from massive promotion of personnel, the government had provided more logistics to the Service.
 
“10, 979 officers across board who were stagnated for several years have been promoted. As a result, there is high motivation now in the Service.
 
“Government provided 400 vehicles and infrastructure. We are currently expanding cells too,” he said.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Mansur Abubakar reports ] - Super Eagles defender Musa Mohammed says Nigeria’s senior national team will do all it can to make an appearance at the next African Cup of Nations in Cameroun to make amends of missing out on the last two tournaments. The 2017 African Cup of Nations kicked off yesterday in West African nation Gabon without Nigeria. The continent’s football powerhouses will be battling each other for the ultimate prize in Africa.
 
The Turkey based right back also said it’s painful to watch the continent’s biggest tournament going on without a huge powerhouse such as Nigeria adding that Gernot Rohr’s team know how important it is to get good results in the qualifiers for the 2019 event.
 
“Watching AFCON without Nigeria doesn’t seem right. We will do everything to make the 2019 event in Cameroun starting with getting good results in the qualifiers because South Africa, Libya and Seychelles are not teams you can take for granted.” The 2013 FIFA U17 World Cup winning captain noted.
 
Placed in Group E in the draws conducted on Thursday, the Super Eagles will be facing 2013 hosts South Africa, Libya and Seychelles in the AFCON 2019 qualifiers.
 
The three-time African champions have failed to qualify for two straight AFCONs – the 2015 and 2017 editions and the third in four editions, after also missing out on the 2012 edition.
 
The next AFCON will be hosted by four-time African champions, Cameroon. Only group winners are guaranteed a place at the next edition of the AFCON tournament.
 
Cameroon will be hosting Africa’s biggest football event for the first time in 45 years, having last hosted in 1972, and edition which was won by Congo.
 
The central African country already hosted the Africa Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON) last year, which Nigeria won.
 
Meanwhile, Chad, who pulled out of the qualifiers for the 2017 AFCON from Nigeria’s qualifying group, are banned from this edition of the competition as a result.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Igbo Students under the auspices of National Association of Igbo Students (NAIS) and National Association of South East Students of Nigeria (NANSEN) have lauded the election of a veteran former student and youth leader of Igboland and Nigeria as the new Deputy National Publicty Secretary of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo in its recent elections.

The spokesmen of the groups, Emeka Nnorom and Chidi Onuakalusi respectively  in their seperate statements noted that Chuks Ibegbu is a square peg in a square hole with lots of experience in Igbo, national and international matters. Also Igbo Youth Congress, World Igbo Youth Council and Coalition of All Igbo Youth leaders have congratuled Chuks Ibegbu, their technical Adviser and leader, for his election into the NEC  of the apex Igbo body, Ohanaeze Ndigbo. They wished him well in his new position.

In the same vein Ndinne Igbo, Umuada Igbo and World Igbo Women Congress have all lauded the election of Chuks Ibegbu as the Deputy National Publicity Secretary of  Ohanaeze Ndigbo. They also lauded the election of Barr. Nnia Nwodo and Barr. Uche Okwukwu respectively as President-General and Secretary-General of the group. They noted that with Barr. Nwodo, Barr. Uche Okwukwu, Chuks dIbegbu and others in the leadership of Ohanaeze, the Igbo nation would be repositioned soon.

Also Ndigbo in South Africa have  lauded  the election of Chuks Ibegbu as Deputy National publicity Secretary. In a statement by Osadebe Ibegbu, a former leader of Ndigbo in South Africa and elder brother of Chuks Ibegbu, he commended the peaceful election that enthroned credible leadership in Ohanaeze and wished  the Nwodo and Okwukwu led regime robust tenure of office.

BY IGBO INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION NETWORK (IICN), ENUGU
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - History was made in Enugu, capital of Igboland on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 when the much expected national elections of Ohanaeze Ndigbo took place at the nationonal headquaters of the organization. Chuks Ibegbu, Chancellor of Igbo Information And Communication Network became the new National Assistant Publicity Secretary of the Organization among other newly elected officers.
The stillfy contested elections led to the emergence of the following officers to pilot the affairs of the body in the next four years.

Barr. Nnia Nwodo   President General
Rtd DIG Hillary Opara  Deputy President General
Barr Uche Okwukwu, Secretary General
Solomon Ogunji               Deputy Secretay General
Emeka Ogwu                      Treasurer
Alphonsus Duru                       Financial Secretay
Chris Eluemunoh                   National Assistant Financial Secretary
Chief Chuks Muomah(SAN)  National legal adviser
Chief Okeagu Ogadah              National Assistant legal adviser
Chief Eric Ebeh                        National Assistant Treasurer
Uche Ani                                       Publicity Secretary
Chuks Ibegbu                               National Assistant Publicity Secretary
Charles Odunukwu                    National Vice President Anambra
Sylvester Ebigwei                       National Vice President Delta
Prof Chigozie Ogbu                      National Vice Chairman, Ebonyi
CP (Rtd) Onuoha Udeka                National Vie Chairman, Abia
Chief Igoh Okparamma                 National Vice President, Rivers
 
They were sworn in immediately after the election and the official inauguration will take place before the end of January, 2017.
 
Meanwhile several Igbos within and outside Nigeria have been commending the quality of people elected to pilot the affairs of the apex Igbo body especially Barr Nnia Nwodo, Barrister Uche Okwukwu, Dr Sylvester Ebigwei, who have been veterans of the body for several years and expect the team to re-position Ndigbo in the days, weeks and years  ahead.
 
BY IGBO INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION NETWORK, ENUGU.
 
*Photo Caption - Ohanaeze logo.

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[ Masterweb Reports: Rakiya A. Muhammad reports ] - The sum of N32 milion has been approved by the Sokoto state government  for the conduct of mass wedding for 100 couples in the state.‎ The beneficiaries are to be drawn from the 23 local government areas of Sokoto.
 
State commissioner for Religious Affairs, Alhaji Mani Maishinko katami disclosed  this at the inauguration of the state committee for Islamic Marriage Mediation.
 
He explained that gesture  was part of the measures towards assisting less privileged members in the state.
 
‎Katami  tasked members of the committee  to ensure  justice and fairness in the discharge of their assignment.
He said Islamic scholars were selected serve as members of the committee to avoid  political interest in the screening of the prospective couple.‎
 
The  committee which has Mallam Aliyu Kofar Rini‎ as Chairman has two weeks within which to screen all ‎prospective couples  in 23 local government areas.
 
Members of the committee were also drawn  from the Ministry,  Sultanate Council and FOMWAN among others.
In a remark, Kofar Rini lauded  the state government for the move‎ and pledged ‎commitment to the success of the assignment.
 
Rakiya A. Muhammad reports from Sokoto.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Ronald Mutum reports ] - The Permanent Secretary Minsitry of Foreign Affairs Ambassador Sola Enikanolaiye on Friday described the campaign rhetoric and posturing of United States of America (USA) President Elect Donald Trump as disturbing.
 
Enikanolaiye spoke at the National Defence College (NDC) in Abuja, where he represented the Minister of Foreign Affairs Geoffrey Onyeama in a paper presentation titled: “Nigerian Foreign Policy: An Evaluation.”
 
He noted that the Ministry recently held a retreat to raise awareness and strategies on Nigerian and United States of America relations under the Presidency of Donald Trump.
 
He pointed out that Trump’s anti migration posturing, and questions on whether he would unravel the United States initiatives and supports on HIV/AIDS programs in Nigeria were discussed.
 
Also the Ministry deliberated on whether The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) may be in jeopardy under the Trump presidency of the United States of America.
 
He also hinted that Nigeria is working to strengthen ties with Russia, hinting that there are plans to make high level diplomatic visits to Russia soon.
 
He noted that the Russian government recently came to the aid of Nigeria with the supply of military equipment that enabled the military in the fight against insurgents.
 
He also pointed out that Nigeria’s relations with China is excellent, noting that Nigeria supported the One China policy because of our own national interest in support of the territorial integrity of countries.
 
He noted that recognition for breakaway nations may encourage agitators and entities who seek to carve out of sovereign countries.
 
He said Nigeria has asked the Taiwanese trade office in Abuja to relocate to Lagos, and continue their trade away from political institutions in Abuja.
 
*Photo Caption - U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump