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[ Masterweb Reports ] - Nigeria’s presidency has said that a fake version of President Muhammadu Buhari’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly today, is in circulation. President Buhari who arrived New York on Sunday, is billed to address the 72nd UN General Assembly today when the debate opens. He has been listed as the eighth speaker of the 193 Head of States expected to address the General Debate of the General Assembly. He will deliver Nigeria’s National Statement.
 
On Monday, he held a briefing session with Foreign Affairs Minister , Geoffrey Onyeama and other Nigerian diplomats.
 
In a tweet early on Tuesday, the Presidency warned that a fake version of the speech yet to be delivered is in circulation.
 
The theme for this year’s debate is ‘Focusing on People: Striving for Peace and a Decent Life for All on a Sustainable Planet’.
 
The president will also join other world leaders at the welcoming reception to be hosted by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, and hold a bilateral meeting with the UN chief.
 
Aside other high-level engagement, he will have a lunch meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump, along with other world leaders.
 
Here is an excerpt of the fake speech published by sunnewsonline.com:
 
“Every year we gather here to deliberate on the affairs of the world. Sometimes we implement what we talked about and move humanity an inch closer to that ideal relationship as members of the world community.
 
At other times, we have our talks and end up not implementing anything to the disappointment of millions and millions of people around the world who look up to this body to provide leadership in a world that is constantly oscillating between advancement and doom.
 
In all of these, we often forget that what we have accomplished in the last 72 years is unprecedented in the annals of human history.
 
The world may be badly governed, but the fact that there is a form of governance agreed upon by all is an accomplishment in and of itself.
 
So, I congratulate us all. “Mr. President, as we say in Nigeria, he who does not look ahead remains behind. Our charge now is to aspire to make this world better for the next generation.
 
We, the generation that knows how the world was before the United Nations was formed, must bequeath to those coming behind us a better United Nations that would be in a position to deal with the challenges of tomorrow.
 
To accomplish that, we need to fast forward the reformation long proposed in this chamber. “To restructure or not to restructure is no longer the question – the United Nations must be restructured for it to remain relevant in years to come.
 
How to restructure the United Nations should be our priority number one. Several ideas are out there.
 
All that we need is to get them together and agree on what works for majority of the people of this world.
 
As a leader of one of the leading African nations, I want to see a United Nation’s Security Council that is expanded to have one or two African permanent members with veto powers.
 
It is a fair thing to do – one that will benefit the world by giving it a chance for a more balanced outlook to matters of importance to us all. As we have learned in Nigeria, sometimes you need to change in order to remain the same. It is the first principle of renewal.”
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari

 

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Linus Effiong reports ] - Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State yesterday thanked President Mohammadu Buhari for his prompt intervention in averting a catastrophe in the South East and restoring normalcy.
 
Ikpeazu said for the past two years the state has been battling to draw positive attention to the state by "selling to the entire world the ingenuity, industries and hard work of our young ones in showcasing made in Aba products, when federal government has promised the various industrial clusters constant electricity it’s at this moment that the devil chose to strike.
 
Ikpeazu spoke yesterday during his sympathy visit to the state secretariat of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, Abia State Council following the invasion of the Press Centre by the soldiers Tuesday last week.
 
He said was only concerned about the gravity of what would have happened if the crises had escalated.
 
He said with the statistics released by the Chairman Igbo union in the North, a total of 16 million Igbo including children would have been affected if not for divine intervention.
 

"The Igbos are everywhere, even in Sambisa, we go everywhere and do business, it shows that we are confident that this country belongs to all of us, whether there are grievances, or issues or grudges among us the answer is yes, even the worst of wars always end up on the table, why can't we return to the table and talk about our grievances."
 

*Photo Caption - Governor Okezie Ikpeazu

 

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The National Council on Privatisation, chaired by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, has approved the commencement of the privatisation of Afam Power plants 1-5.
 
Osinbajo's spokesman, Laolu Akande, in a statement today, said this was to inject additional power into the national grid and improve electricity nationwide.
 
He said the council approved the immediate commencement of the reform and commercialisation of the River Basins Development Authorities to revitalise the irrigation and river basin potentials for agricultural purposes.
 
Akande added that in order to harness the nation’s untapped tourism potential, the council approved the partial commercialisation of the National Parks using three key national parks as pilot projects.
 
He said the council also approved the pursuit of an out-of-court settlement involving the privatisation of Aluminium Smelter Company of Nigeria to resolve the dispute between the government, BFIG and United Company RUSAL through the mediation of the secretariat with the active collaboration of the Ministry of Mines and Steel Development.
 
He said the council advised that "the mediation efforts should take a holistic view of the entire sector and the overriding national interests to jumpstart industrial development through the steel sector in arriving at a resolution on the matter."
 
Akande said the council reviewed the proposals presented by the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) for the reform and restructuring of various sectors of the economy.
 
He said the council also approved the immediate revocation of the concession of the Lagos International Trade Fair Complex and the immediate commencement of a fresh privatisation of Yola Electricity Distribution Company.
 
He quoted the council as stating: "These approvals, the council noted, were aimed at giving traction to key infrastructure facilities in the country that are presently under concessions, but have been adjudged to be performing sub-optimally.
 
"These decisions were taken during the meeting of the NCP, which is the highest decision making body on policies relating to the privatisation and commercialisation policies of the Federal Government, on August 22 and 23, 2017 at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
 
"Other key decisions taken by the council include the approval of the amendments to the Work Plan for the conclusion of the transaction involving the concessioning of Terminal "B" Warri Old Port; the restructuring and recapitalisation of Bank of Agriculture.
 
"The restructuring of the BOA is in alignment with the Government’s desire to make financing options readily available to farmers for an aggressive diversification of the Nigerian economy."

 

*Photo Caption - As seen.

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Eugene Agha reports ] - [ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - The Federal Government is perfecting arrangement to acquire more naval warships from the United Kingdom. The Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS), Vice Admiral Ibok Ibas, who made the disclosure at the weekend when he received the United Kingdom (UK) Foreign Secretary, Mr Boris Johnson in Lagos, said both Naval headquarters in Abuja and the British Defence Attaché in Nigeria had met to discuss modalities on how best to achieve it.
 
The Chief of Naval Staff who spoke through the Chief of Trainings and Operation, Rear Adm. Fergusson Bobai, said the visit was to further strengthen the existing bilateral relations between the two countries.
 
Ibas while fielding questions from media men, explained that by the time the agreement between both countries was finalized, the Nigerian Navy would take delivery of naval vessels from the UK.
 
He said there were British personnel in Nigeria for three days specifically to conduct trainings. "So the cooperation between the two countries is strong," he said.
 
Earlier, the British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson had said that a lot of the UK’s oil came from the Nigerian Waters.
 

‘I congratulate the Nigerian Navy for what it is doing to combat piracy in the Gulf of Guinea. We in the UK are very proud to offer assistance to the Navy to become even better in tackling piracy," he said.
 

*Photo Caption - As seen.

 

 



[ Masterweb Reports: Hope Abah reports ] - [ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Days of torrential rains have destroyed property and displaced many in Benue State. It was early Wednesday morning, the family of George Okoh had been deep in their sleep when they were suddenly awoken by screams from their neighbourhood at the Media village in Achussa, a suburb of Makurdi metropolis in Benue State.
 
As the head of the family, Okoh, the state correspondent of This Day newspaper decided to brave the odds by being the one to first step out from his bed, at least, to peep through the window for a clue as to what might have gone wrong.
 
"As I pulled my legs out of the bed, I discovered that I was standing in water. It was precisely at 1:15am and the rain was dropping heavily accompanied by thunderstorm. I sleepily brushed over my eyes so I could see well and that was when it dawned on me that my house had been flooded," he said.
 
Okoh added that his car was submerged, while his household appliances were damaged, among other things.
 
According to him, his family of five are currently taking refuge at his paternal home in another area of the town, though the water as at yesterday [Saturday] had considerably receded.
 
Besides, Okoh, there are over 110,000 households affected by the flood according to the Executive Secretary of the Benue State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), Mr. Boniface Ortese, across 24 communities in Makurdi and environs.
 
Of the figure, Makurdi alone had a total of 82, 136 affected population as compiled in a document made available to Daily Trust on Sunday by SEMA while ongoing assessment of other local government areas was yet to be obtained.
 
The breakdown of surroundings submerged by the flood between last Sunday and Wednesday in Makurdi metropolis include 200 affected houses in Achusa with 5,125 persons displaced while at Idye 217 houses with 5,200 persons displaced.
 
At Genabe layout, 200 houses were affected with 5,021 persons displaced, 218 houses around the Wurukum market were affected with 1,000 persons displaced, and at Wadata market 150 houses were affected and 4,300 persons were displaced.
 
Similarly, behind the Civil Service Commission, 200 houses were submerged in the flood and 5,777 persons displaced while at the Industrial Layout, 69 houses and 4,310 persons and Demekpe 111 houses with 7,820 persons displaced.
 
The flood also affected 137 houses in Katungu with 6,031 persons displaced while at Agboughul-Wadata 201 houses were affected and 5,728 persons displaced.
 
A displaced resident at Tse-Chijir along Achusa road in Makurdi, Iorya Dooshima, said her entire family had vacated the house because the flood had submerged it up to the window level and that they were now taking refuge with relatives in other safer areas of the town.
 
Dooshima said they had not moved to the camp opened by the state government because of its distance.
 
For elderly man, Gbarka Gwaza, whose house at Idye by Zone 4 Police headquarters collapsed completely, said he could only hope in God, the government and good spirited individuals to come to his rescue.
 
A woman, Celina Tyovander, tries to survive as she risked the snake-infested water, swam with her children to cross over the submerged bridge connecting her Tor-Udogbo village behind the University of Agriculture in Makurdi to her farm at the other side of Guma Local Government.
 
Tyovander told Daily Trust on Sunday that she had no choice but to do so for the sake of feeding her children from her farm produce.
 
The flood started last Sunday at about 12:00 midnight, continued until about 5:00am and wreaked havoc in Makurdi metropolis, leaving many families stranded.
 
It also washed away electricity poles, markets, farms and homes in nearly all residential vicinities of the state capital.
 
Our correspondent reports that, Wurukum market, High level, Wadata, North Bank, Gyado villa, Kanshio and Naka road suburbs were among the worst affected areas while rice farms and bridges connecting rural communities of Guma, a neighbouring local government were also washed away.
 
Ortese who has been warning residents in floodprone areas in the state for a few months now to heed the recent Nigerian Metrological Agency’s prediction and relocate to safer ground, said the water surged into many locations while it displaced people and destroyed property.
 
He advised the traders at the Wurukum market to relocate immediately to the International market along Chief Abu King Shuluwa Way which they have refused to occupy.
 
On his part, Governor Samuel Ortom urged the Federal Government to urgently release ecological fund to enable the state avert a repeat of the 2012 flood experience across the country, just as he described the flooding challenge as overwhelming and happening at the time his administration was facing problems of salary payment.
 
Ortom after his assessment of the flooding which also cut off Ishaya Bakut by-pass and the welfare quarters linking Achusa road, directed the immediate use of the gigantic building put up by the Presidential Committee on flood situated at Agan in Makurdi and the International Market for the rehabilitation of victims.
 
However at the time of filing this report, displaced victims were yet to move into the designated camps.
 
The state commissioner of Environment, Engineer Terlumun Terver, said it was unfortunate that the flood occurred in the magnitude it did because his ministry had taken a proactive measure to act on NIMET earlier warnings by distilling drainages.
 
He, however, appealed to the federal government to come to the assistance of the state by dredging the River Benue to curb the yearly disaster.
 
Meanwhile, the Director-General of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Engineer Mustapha Yunusa Maihaja, and his team yesterday visited the affected areas in both Makurdi and Guma local government areas to assess the level of damage.
 
Maihaja on completion of the five-hour tour remarked that the incident was really devastating, adding that the federal government would do everything within its powers to ameliorate the suffering of the victims.
 
He said that his team was in the state on the directives of President Muhammdu Buhari to inspect the level of damage and assist with the relief items already arriving in batches.
 
At the moment, there are still palpable fears by residents that more flooding could occur if the rains persist.
 
*Photo Caption - As seen.

 

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari says Nigerians have the constitutional right to live, work and raise their families in any part of the country without restrictions.
 
The president said this in his country home of Daura, Katsina State, on Saturday while receiving Aminu Bello Masari, as part of the Eid-el-Kabir celebrations.
 
The president reiterated his administration's commitment to guaranteeing the security of everyone in the country and protecting all from harassments by reasons of their states of origin, tribes or ethnic backgrounds.
 
President Buhari assured all Nigerians of their safety, emphasising that "Every Nigerian has a right to live, work and thrive in any part of the country, irrespective of their backgrounds.’’
 
Addressing journalists after the visit, Masari affirmed that Buhari had brought so much honour and pride to his home state by living a life of integrity, fairness and kindness to all; a reflection of his fear of God.
 
The governor said the president’s leadership style had attracted positive global attention to the state and the nation.
 
Masari; who was accompanied on the visit by the Emir of Daura, Alhaji Faruk Umar Faruk and members of his cabinet; prayed that God continue to uphold President Buhari in good health.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari

 

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - [ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - Vice President Yemi Osinbajo says contrary to the claim by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, he did not take over negotiations with the striking Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
 
He made the clarification yesterday through his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Mr. Laolu Akande.
 
Ngige had, while addressing State House reporters after the Federal Executive Council meeting chaired by President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday, said Osinbajo had taken over some aspects of the negotiations and discussions with ASUU.
 
The minister had said: "At council today (Wednesday), the vice president has taken over some of the aspects of the negotiations and discussions.
 
"So, we are continuing the meeting in his office and when we finish meeting, we will get back to ASUU for another round of meeting and we are hopeful that we will be able to go to an appreciable extent to solve some of the outstanding issues that is preventing them from going back to work."
 
But the vice president’s spokesman, via Twitter, described the minister’s disclosure as untrue and inaccurate.
 
Akande emphasised that Ngige and the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, continued to lead the negotiations.
 
"News report that Vice President Osinbajo has taken over ASUU negotiations is untrue and inaccurate. Labour and Education ministers continue to lead the talks."
 
The ASUU has since August 13 been on a nationwide strike over the failure of the federal government to implement an agreement reached with the union in 2009.
 

The union had also alleged that the government did not implement the Memorandum of Understanding the two sides signed in 2013. The leadership of the union had on Tuesday boycotted a meeting with the government.
 
*Photo Caption - Nigeria Vice President Yemi Osinbajo
 

 

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari has appealed to all Nigerians to rise against the odds, keep their prejudices aside and strengthen the bonds of friendship and unity in order to keep the country together.
 
President Buhari made the appeal Thursday in his Eid-l-Kabir message to the country.
 
The president likened the country to a tree that can bend but cannot break.
 
He said all Nigerians "must learn to see ourselves as brothers and sisters from the same heritage who must come to terms with the African proverb that ‘a family tie is like a tree, it can bend but it cannot break.’
 
He assured that his administration which, he noted, had made the security, economic well-being and prosperity of all Nigerians its priority, "will not rest on its oars until we see the Nigeria of our dream."
 
The president, who felicitated with all Nigerians particularly the Muslim faithful on the celebration of this year’s Eid-El-Kabir, also congratulated all those who are currently in Saudi Arabia to participate in the rites of the Hajj.
 
He thanked all Nigerians who prayed for his recovery and those who had continued to extend their goodwill after his return from his medical vacation in London.
 
He said Nigerians' fervent and sincere prayers, which cut across religion, political and ethnic divides, had energised him to re-dedicate himself and his administration to the task of building a great Nigeria.
 
"For Muslims all over the world, this celebration is to commemorate the trials and triumph of Prophet (Abraham) Ibrahim," the president said.
 
Buhari said he believed "that our nation can make rapid progress on all fronts if we re-enact the exemplary virtues, typified by Prophet (Abraham) Ibrahim, through his sacrifice, patience, steadfastness, generosity and obedience to Allah's command and constituted authority."
 
President Buhari wished everyone happy Sallah celebrations.
 
 
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari
 
 
 

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari Wednesday arrived at his country home in Daura, Katsina State, preferring to walk through the street from the helipad as an overwhelming crowd surged to welcome him.
 
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said this in a statement last night.
 
"The President, who was received at the helipad by the Emir of Daura, Alhaji Faruk Umar Faruk, abandoned the motorcade as a large number of people had already gathered around the helipad, snaking all the way to his house.
 
"An elated crowd cheered as the President walked home, screaming "baba ya da wo, baba oyoyo", meaning "baba is back, welcome home", Shehu said.
 
He said Buhari was earlier received at the airport in Katsina by the governor of Katsina State, Alhaji Aminu Bello Masari, and the Emir of Katsina, Alhaji Abdulmumini Kabir Usman, before he was airlifted with a chopper to Daura.
 
Shehu said the president would be spending time with his family during the Eid-el-Kabir.
 
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Air Force helicopter conveying the president and members of his family landed at the airstrip at 4:45 p.m.
 
Buhari, looking much healthier and radiant, smiled as he waved to the mammoth crowd.
 
Inside the town itself, Buhari’s arrival excited many people, who broke out in prayers for his good health.
 
Malam Aminu Shehu, a trader who could not control his emotion, described the arrival of the president as a relief to Nigerians, especially his kinsmen who spent a year without seeing him.
 
He praised God that the president was looking happy and not fatigued.
 
"We will continue to pray for the well-being of the president’’.
 
Hajiya Nana Mohammed, a politician from Maiadua Local Government Area, said the president was back for the better, describing his arrival as an unprecedented home coming and "we wish him well’’.
 
Alhaji Abdurrahaman Danmalan, a politician and the Danmadamin Daura, described the numerous reforms introduced by the present administration as a welcome development.
 
He said the president was pursuing the reforms on agriculture, education, security and infrastructure with vigour.
 
On his part, Mr Musa Mohammed, the Chairman of the Daura chapter of the NURTW, thanked God and well meaning Nigerians for their sustained prayers for the recovery of the president.
 
He said his members would book for an appointment to see the president to formally greet and interact with him.
 
Alhaji Ali Rabe, the Chairman of the Daura Emirate Amalgamation of Political Associations, also told NAN that arrangement for a thanksgiving service had been concluded.
 
Rabe disclosed that the event would hold two days after Sallah. NAN also reports that VIPs such as governors and ministers followed Buhari into Daura.
 
 
Massive security has been mounted in and around the ancient town.
 
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari

 

[ Masterweb Reports: Maureen Onochie reports ] - Senator Shehu Sani representing Kaduna Central Senatorial district has stressed the need to have a template on what constitutes hate speech in order for the security agencies and Nigerians to take note.
 
Speaking yesterday in Abuja when he visited the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Sani said he was not in support of the use of hate speech but "the military or the police have no business monitoring and arresting people for posting information on the social media."
 
He said people in position of power should realize that Nigeria was a democratic country which allows right to freedom of expression.
 
In her response, the Acting Executive Secretary of the Commission, Mrs. Oti Ovrawah said the commission issued an advisory preparatory to the 2015 general election to curb cases of hate speech and since then has been working to see that the various cases of hate speech and electoral violence are addressed.
 
*Photo Caption - Nigeria National Assembly Complex