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[ Masterweb Reports: Ismail Mudashir reports ] - The Federal Government yesterday justified its bid to take $5.5billion foreign loan to fund capital component of this year’s budget and refinance maturing domestic debts.
 
Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun defended the request of President Muhammadu Buhari to secure the loans during a public hearing organized by the Senate committee on local and foreign debts.
 
Buhari had in a letter dated October 4, requested the National Assembly approval to take the loan. Represented by the Director General of the Debt Management Office (DMO), Patience Oniha, the minister said the loan will help increase the country’s foreign reserve and save N95bn annually on debt servicing.
 
She explained that $3bn of the loan was for the payment of local debts and that the remaining $2.5bn which has been approved in the 2017 budget was for capital projects.
 
On duration of the loan, she said, "From what we gathered it will take us between 5-30 years. If you are borrowing for capital, it should be for long time. The projects and it benefits are going to be for long time. In the 60s, the government borrowed for building of universities. So this is not first time".
 
Committee chairman, Senator Shehu Sani (APC, Kaduna) said all actions and decision on the loan will be responsibly done based on merit.
 
"It has become clear that if we must borrow, we must borrow responsibly. We cannot afford to mortgage the future of the unborn generation. If we must bequeath to the future generation a pile of debt, it must be justified with commensurate infrastructural proof of the value of the debt," he said.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Hope Abah reports ] - A popular business man and owner of Titogate eatery in Makurdi, Chief Isaac Akinkumi, has fed over 500 people with free food to mark this year's World Food Day.
 
Akinkumi said the gesture which took place at his business premises along the railway, near the Low Level roundabout was his own way of marking the World Food Day and giving back to the society.
 
"Not everybody can afford to eat three square meals per day. On this United Nation's World Food day, I try to feed somebody to make them happy," he said.
 
He also stressed the need for governments to ensure supplements in foods in order to boost nutrients in the human body rather than letting the common people's health degenerate to the point of drug consumption, especially when in excess.
 
Akinkumi urged the Benue State government to fully invest in Agriculture and as well make farming attractive to its teeming youths so as to continue to maintain its lead as the food basket of the nation.
 

Meanwhile, some beneficiaries of the free lunch thanked Akinkumi for the gesture.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports ] - As part of the efforts to develop tourism sites and promote tourism potential in Abia, the state Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, has pledged N10 million as grant for any film shot in the state.
 
Ikpeazu made the pledge when he received Dr Chidia Maduekwe, the Managing Director, Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC), his office in Umuahia.
 
A statement signed by Mr Brian Etuk, the Head of Public Affairs, NFC, in Jos on Friday, quoted the governor as saying that the production `should be 100 per cent shot in Abia.’
 
The statement said that the governor charged film practitioners to improve on the quality of their production so as to compete with the global market.
 
It stated that Ikpeazu promised that his administration would participate in the capacity building offered by NFC, saying that Abia played a key role in the revolution of the market and sales of Nollywood movies which has had multiplier effects on the nation economy.
 
"We have a policy to open up our market to genuine investors, private and public agencies amongst others through promoting `Make in Abia` instead of Made in Abia, proliferating more industries in the state,’’ the statement quoted Ikpeazu.
 
The statement said, Maduekwe had commended the governor for approving office accommodation for the organisation’s South-East Zonal office in the state.
 
It noted that Maduekwe said the gesture would create more employment opportunities for the youths, saying that corporation was also working toward establishing two more zonal offices in the North-East and South-South.
 
 
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that NFC currently has three zonal offices in Lagos, Kano and Abuja with headquarters in Jos, Plateau State.
 
*Photo Caption - Map of Abia State
 
 

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[ Masterweb Reports ] - Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia has lifted the 10p.m. to 6a.m. curfew imposed on Aba on Sept. 12, as a result of improved security situation in the commercial city.
 
Ikpeazu via a statement issued in Umuahia on Wednesday by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Enyinnaya Appolos, commended Aba residents for compliance during the period the curfew lasted.
 
The governor commended the residents of Aba for complying with the curfew order and urged them to remain law abiding in order to ensure lasting peace in the city.
 
He thanked security agencies for their efforts during the period the curfew lasted and protection of lives and property in Aba.
 

Abia Government imposed the dusk-to-dawn curfew, following clashes between some members of pro-Biafra group and the military.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - Anambra State Ministry of Education has sacked two school principals for illegal collection of fees from students. The Commissioner for Education, Prof Kate Omenugha, who gave the revelation in a radio audience participatory programme 'Score Card', said another principal is facing disciplinary action for examination malpractice.
 
Omenugha explained that the measure was part of efforts to promote quality and affordable education in the state.
 
She also disclosed plans by the government to build teacher's quarters in schools in all the rural and riverine areas of the state to ensure the comfort of teachers, as well as motivate them to put in their best in the discharge of their duties.
 
The commissioner called on people to key into the state government's ‘Adopt a school Policy Prgramme', insisting that the business of education cannot be left for the government alone.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - A governorship aspirants of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), in Anambra state who lost out at the party primary, Zeribe Ezeanuna, has appealed to his fellow defeated aspirants to queue behind the party's candidate, Oseloka Obaze to ensure victory at the November 18 poll.
 
He said supporting Obaze would enable the party reclaim its mandate from the ruling All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA).
 
Addressing newsmen in Awka, Ezeanuna described as unnecessary, the purported gang up by the defeated aspirants to fight Obaze out of the contest, urging them to put their personal interest behind and pursue that of the party.
 
He acknowledged the pains associated in losing election, urging the aspirants to accept the outcome of the results of the poll in good faith as only one person would definitely emerge as the party's flag bearer.
 
"Those criticizing the system and the nomination process wanted to benefit from its imperfection but when they failed, they felt so much aggrieved to the extent of trying to destabilize the party and that is why I am urging them, as my fellow aspirants to support the candidate of our great party," he said.
 
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[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - Leader of Biafra Independence Movement and founder of Movement for Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra, BIM-MASSOB, Chief Ralph Uwazuruike has disclosed that preparations for the celebration of 5th memorial anniversary of the demise of Biafra warlord, Chief Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu had commenced.
 
He said the ceremony is expected to hold on Sunday, November 26, 2017 at Ojukwu memorial library (Auditorium) in new Owerri, Imo State capital.
 
Assistant, Mazi Chris Mocha, said Uwazuruike paid a glowing tribute to the late Ikemba Nnewi whom he described as the greatest Igbo man of our generation as well as a mentor whom he had so much respect for.
 
"Ojukwu is one of the three heroes that ever existed on this planet earth, including Mahatma Ghandhi of India and Dr. Nelson Mandela of South Africa.
 
"Since 2013, we had always remembered Ojukwu on an annual basis and although he has died, we still believe that he lives on.
 
"I must made bold to state that Ojukwu deserves the memorial anniversary celebration because whenever the issue of Biafra was reflected, the late Biafra icon’s name must be mentioned first.
 
 
"So, we are keeping a date with November 26 for such an epoch-making annual event," the statement quoted Uwazuruike as saying.
 
*Photo Caption - Map of Defunt Republic of Biafra
 
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Tochukwu Ezukanma reports ] - In one of his mournful songs, Sorrow, Tears and Blood, that tireless nonconformist, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, sang: everybody run, run, run; everybody scatter, scatter; police de come, army de come; confusion everywhere; somebody nearly died, somebody just died; ten minutes later, police don go away, army don disappear; they leave sorrow, tears and blood. In that sad song, he lamented official brutality that pervaded Nigeria in the days of military rule. Those days, soldiers and policemen brutalized Nigerians, and readily, murdered the innocent.
 
It was terrible but, by a stretch of the imagination, understandable that under military rule, the police and soldiers left sorrow, tears and blood in their wake. After all, there is a universal and age-long recognition that soldiers, by training and orientation, are ill-equipped for political leadership, and, as such, military rule is an aberration. Centuries earlier, the 18th Century historian and man of letters, Edward Gibbon, in an effusive ridicule of military aptitude for political leadership, wrote: “…the temper of soldiers, habituated at once to violence and (servitude), renders them very unfit guardians of a legal or civil constitution. Justice, humanity, or political wisdom, are qualities they are too little acquainted with, in themselves, and cannot appreciate in others”. Secondly, the soldiers shot their way into power, and could therefore, only hold the people in submission to the gun.
 
So, as Nigerians chafed under military rule and all its aberrations, they were hopeful; they hoped and longed for democracy. Justifiably, we expected that democracy will usher in a new era marked by a palpable reduction in official corruption, more responsible and humane government policies, conspicuous decline in official brutality and an obvious improvement in the quality of life of the majority of Nigerians. From democracy, we   expected social justice, rule of law, elevation of societal morals and ethics and a more equitable distribution of the national wealth. 
 
Disappointingly, after eighteen years of democracy, very little has changed for the better in Nigerian. Like military rulers, the civilian rulers are unimaginably arrogant and shamelessly corrupt. They are just as supercilious – scornfully indifferent – to the plights and woes of the Nigerian masses. They loot the public treasury, maintain perplexingly extravagant lifestyles and treat those they supposedly represent and serve, the Nigerian masses, as the scum of the earth.
 
Unsurprisingly, the hallmarks of Nigeria under military rule, mass poverty, lawlessness, violence, theft of public funds, none payment of workers’ salary, police brutality, etc, remain the defining characteristics of the Nigerian society.
 
We still run, and still scatter in fear of the police and army for they still leave sorrow, tears and blood in their wake. Although, officially confined to barracks, soldiers, periodically, foray into civilian centers to harass, maim and kill civilians. The Nigerian Police Force remains world renowned for its brutality and extra-judicial killings. It behaves as though it is beholden to an occupation power because the Nigerian political elite behave like an occupation power. An occupation power has no sentimental and patriotic attachment to the occupied country. Therefore, in total apathy to the legitimate aspirations of the people and the good of the country, it rides roughshod over the people and mercilessly exploits the country.
  
Ironically, we now have more reasons than in the days of military rule to run and scatter. The different levels of governments added to the list of purveyors of sorrow, tears and blood. In addition to the police and soldiers, we now also, run and scatter because Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corp (NSCDC), Kick Against Indiscipline (KAI), etc are rampaging through, and leaving sorrow, tears and blood in their trail. We also run and scatter because the siren blaring convoys of our civilian rulers are speeding through. Those unable to scamper out of the way of their zooming motorcades are in for big trouble. Their security details break the windscreen of motorists that could not speedily get out of the way, and then, threaten to shoot them for daring to ask why their windshields were broken. In other instances, they were flogged, beaten up, arrested and detained, even when the “offender” was a mother taking her children to church or an elderly priest groggy from an all night prayer session.
 
Our “democratic leaders”, in their unmitigated cruelty, routinely bulldoze the homes and businesses of Nigerians without due process. They do these in complete disregard of the hapless men, women and children they abruptly render homeless and the indigent they dispossessed of their sources of subsistence. Recently, against the relentless objection of the people of Owerri and in defiance of a court injunction, the Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, demolished the Eke Ukwu Market in Owerri. In his unequaled wickedness, he bulldozed the market at mid-night when the traders were not around to salvage their goods from their stalls.  
 
As the day broke, traders frantically scrambled to retrieve whatever was left of their wares in their demolished stalls. And quite naturally, they protested the unwarranted destruction of their sources of livelihood. For the demolition exercise, and to contain the expected traders’ protest, Governor Okorocha deplored the army, air force, Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corp (NSCDC), Department Security Service (DSS) and the police. In their harassment of the traders and protesters, they killed three persons, including a 10 year old boy that was helping his father to recover his goods from his demolished market stall. If Okorocha is not a vicious loony, wholly deranged by grasping avarice and untrammeled power, why did he, in addition to the police, deploy the army, air force, NSCDC and DSS to contain a peaceful protest by unarmed traders? 
 
Why is Nigerian democracy devoid of the essence of democracy: social justice, rule of law and subordination of governing powers to the will of the governed? It is because it was twisted and bent to the personal will of an evil oligarchy. An evil oligarchy matchless in its dictatorial and undemocratic methods; electoral fraud; disregard for human lives; and stealing, sharing and salting away billions of dollars slated for the public good. 
 
Tochukwu Ezukanma writes from Lagos, Nigeria.
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