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[ Masterweb Reports ] - The Presidency has uncovered plans by those described as "Nigerian looters" to disrupt the ongoing official visit of President Muhammadu Buhari to London. Sources in the presidency told State House correspondents on Tuesday night that the alleged looters and corrupt elements had rented motley crowd of professional demonstrators to protest against President Buhari on his arrival to London.

The sources said: "Barely 24 hours after President Muhammadu Buhari declared his intention to contest for another term in office as President of Nigeria, the camps of alleged looters and corrupt elements within and outside the country have been jolted.
"This has forced them to push panic buttons including renting a motley crowd of professional demonstrators to protest against the President on his arrival into the United Kingdom."
According to the impeccable sources in Aso Villa and Britain, extremely corrupt Nigerians who are custodians of slush funds stolen from Nigeria, and hiding in UK or are resident cronies of such elements, have colluded to form a league of protesters.
The sources maintained that the protesters’ singular aim was to distract and disorganise the scheduled state visit of the President to England,.
President Buhari is billed to hold bilateral talks with Prime Minister Theresa May and other dignitaries.
"Esteemed Nigerians home and abroad, friends and business investors in Nigeria, should please see through the veil of the motive behind the Abuja House, Kensington London demonstration.
"It was an orchestrated act of desperation and a ploy to blackmail and hoodwink the President from concentrating on his anti corruption campaign , which is fast gaining grounds locally and internationally," our source stated authoritatively.
The source added that, "this unpatriotic act is not unconnected to the Federal government policies to name and shame corrupt citizens and looters; to collate database of Nigerians with homes in UK who are not paying the right taxes, and the hot drive to prosecute all financial defaulters through bilateral and multilateral means."
A public affairs analyst who preferred anonymity also said "the protest was benchmarked on an assemblage of local grievances and national challenges which the government is already tackling head on.
"Such as the herdsmen versus agrarian farmers clashes, fuel scarcity which no longer exists and trumped up charge of hunger in the land at a time when prices of food items are beginning to drop and inflation on the decrease."
His view was buttressed by our Presidency sources who further repeated the position of the President who famously said that "corruption is endemic and Nigerians need to kill it before it kills Nigerians."
According to the source, it is obvious that this is a clear cut incident of corruption fighting back.
The source believed that many of the beneficiaries of corruption and slush funds could not withstand another devastating blow of Buhari’s anti corruption sledge hammer.
"Hence, they are resolute to derail the apple cart in order to save their ugly faces and sit back to enjoy the loot in their personal banks.
"Some of the protesters are not even Nigerians but hired hatchet men paid to do the dirty job.
"According to security sources, the protesters are said to be bent on embarrassing and humiliating the President throughout his stay in the UK.
"An insider vowed that they will take their demonstrations to the venue of CHOGM holding later in the month in Britain, which President Buhari is attending as a Commonwealth Head of State.," the further source revealed.
When contacted, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, said while reacting to the London protest that the President would not be distracted from his mission in the UK.

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[ Masterweb Reports: Victor Sorokwu reports ] - The Police in Delta State saved the Chevron Escravos Flow Station of what could have resulted in a devastation when it detonated a 2kg seismic dynamite. According to the Delta State Commissioner of Police, Muhammad Alhaji Mustafa, the bombing plot was revealed through credible information.
He said some hoodlums had planted objects suspected to be improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in the Chevron Escravos Flow Station.
"The Command’s IED experts were deployed to the scene and uncovered a 2kg seismic dynamite, electric detonator, 13 meters wire connected to the base of oil pumping pipe.
"They discovered that the objects were IEDs planted at the base of the flow pump ostensibly designed to cause serious collateral damage as the petroleum product in the pipe could have caused serious conflagration on the facilities", CP Mustafa stated, adding that investigation into the case was on.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari explained on Monday that he declared his intention to seek a second term in response to the clamour by Nigerians asking him to recontest in 2019. His Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, disclosed this in a statement this afternoon.
Shehu quoted Buhari as addig that he wanted to give NEC the honour of notifying them first.
South-South leaders urge Buhari to throw his hat in the ring
By Ebireri Henry Ovie
March 24, 2018: South-South leaders have expressed satisfaction with the performance of President Muhammadu Buhari. They also urged Buhari to throw his hat in the ring. At a meeting to appraise political actors in Nigeria, the leaders praised Buhari for investing in roads, bridges, other infrastructure and security.
They also commended President Buhari for promoting sustainable growth and employability, strengthening the capacity and innovation of micro, small and medium enterprises and enhancing food security and sustainable agriculture.
Speaking to the media after the meeting in Uyo, the Chairman, South-South Front (SSF), Chief John Harry said the leaders described names floated so far in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Social Democratic Party (SDP) and others as men with no electoral values.
The leaders were also appreciative of Oyegun’s role in the development of Nigeria’s democracy.
"Chief John Odigie-Oyegun is a genius in the area of leadership" they said.
The leaders who ruled out plans to support the opposition parties in 2019 praised Oyegun for enhancing political discourse, maintaining a good working relationship with President Buhari, strengthening the democracy within the party, eliminating practices that suffocate the development of democracy in Nigeria, reconciling aggrieved members of the party and winning new electorate in order for APC to remain an important political force in the country.
"Oyegun’s grip on internal party matters is unique" the leaders said.
They regarded the moves of those against tenure elongation as a threat.
"The performance of the Oyegun –led NWC shows great hope for expanded democracy, reforms and coherent programmes. The tenure elongation is important for the party right now given the 2019 electoral challenges. Odigie-Oyegun has the right experience in the nitty-gritty mechanics of managing a political party during and after elections"
Oyegun, a quiet leader with a unique affinity for building strong relationships, according to the leaders was instrumental in negotiating a peace agreement between the Presidency and the National Assembly.
"The friction between the executive and legislature has forced the party to rethink its role and to lay ground for healthy executive-legislature relationship.
They commended the ruling party for fulfilling key functions such as political recruitment, interest articulation and participation.
"The purpose of APC at the time of formation was not only to serve as electoral vehicle for major political figures or push PDP out but to guarantee good governance, grow the economy and sanitize the system"
"APC is not a one person show. It represents citizens’ interests. The party is remarkable for internal unity, consensual decision making and strong clientelistic elements especially at the local level. PDP still suffers from factional divisions, problematic shallowness and lack of meaningful engagement with ordinary citizens. The party has lost its direction" the leaders said.
They also hit back at Chief Perekeme Kpodo, describing his criticism directed towards Oyegun as sickening and unacceptable.
"We clearly disagree with Kpodo. His views on APC point to a repeated failure by the mediocre politician to appreciate the exceptional leadership of the national chairman and the attempt to position the party ahead of 2019".
"Oyegun's recent actions "mark a milestone for APC, for peace and for Nigeria".
They urged former governor of Lagos State, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu to focus on Lagos APC crisis and not waste his energy on other chapters and how to wreck havoc on the recent tenure elongation granted the Chief John Odigie-Oyegun-led APC National Working Committee.
"The disunity in Lagos APC will cost the party the next election".
Ebireri Henry Ovie ( Email: Phone: 08036977194 ) reports at
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[ Masterweb Reports: Hope Abah reports ] - The Police in Benue State yesterday confirmed the recovery of more bodies totaling 10 from communities which came under gunmen’s attack in Gwer West Local Government Area of the state.
At least four communities of Mbapupuu, Mbapa, Mbachhphon and Enger all in Agagbe District of the local government had come under attack in the early hours of Thursday.
The State Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni, had earlier confirmed two persons killed by suspected bandits believed to have fled Zamfara State and other neighbouring countries at the wake of security offensives against them.
Owoseni however said yesterday that eight bodies were found in the bush around Tse-Adudu and Enger villages in addition to the two that were earlier removed from the same area.
He said "They were believed to be victims of armed bandits, suspected to be cross-border insurgents or cattle rustlers. The Mobile Police Force Unit deployed in Naka general area, had in the course of their patrols encountered the same Insurgents."
According to him, security operations in the affected areas and other communities in the state have been stepped up with reinforcement of the Police Special Forces on Counter Insurgency to curb the criminal activities of the armed marauders.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - As parts of efforts to ensure hitch-free 2019 elections, the League of Progressive Ambassadors of Nigeria (LEPAN), a non-partisan civic organisation, has advised the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on how to go about achieving rancour-free elections next year. This was contained in a statement signed by the group’s publicity secretary, Seun Okegbemiro today in Lagos.
"We must first commend INEC for the relative success of the Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) exercise nationwide. From the data available from our field officers monitoring the process in several states of the Federation, the CVR has been a remarkable success even though there are areas that need to be improved.
"We feel particularly disappointed with several avoidable logistic failures such as non-functional printers, Direct Data Capture (DDC) machines, and poor staff attitudes toward potential voters and registrants were some of the numerous complaints our field observers reported. We, therefore, urge INEC to ensure these anomalies are corrected so that more Nigerians can register and participate in the democratic process." Mr Okegbemiro said.
"On our part" the statement continued "we have offered to get volunteers for INEC if staff shortage is one of the reasons for the seemingly slow registration process which sometimes see a potential registrant spend up to 40 minutes on the average to get registered. This should not be the case in this digital age." The group said.
The group also admitted that there have been "technical and political improvements" in the electoral process since the 2015 elections.
"We should not forget that there have been some significant technical and political improvements in conducting successful elections under the current INEC management with the conduct of several gubernatorial, National Assembly and state Houses of Assembly by-elections. These elections themselves are not idyllic but simply show we are better than we were about four years ago." The group noted.
"We on our part will have preferred a situation where INEC should, by now, be thinking of electronic voting since there have been several opportunities for INEC to test this method with the past few elections but unfortunately failed to do so. If those elections have been conducted using the e-Voting, by now, the fears about multiple voting, ballot stuffing, and post-election violence that accompany major elections would have been minimized, if not wiped away by now." The statement charged.
"Our e-Voting proposal is for people to vote via a prescribed machine and same will record their votes and stored digitally through a safe storage medium before being sent to a centralized location (or database) where tabulation programs compile and tabulate results. We understand past attempts have been marred by technical problems such as electronic fingerprint readers malfunctioning on Election Day. We are also aware that there have been several reports of biometric voter systems failures but we insist these problems account for just a little over 0.25% of, say, card readers malfunctioned if data from INEC are anything to go by." Okegbemiro said.
On the recently passed #NotTooYoungToRun Bill, Mr Okegbemiro said "The #NotTooYoungToRun Bill has become a national emergency. We are using this medium to plead with President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, to give his assent to the bill in meaningful time. This is because, the youths will be asking some serious questions during next year’s presidential election. We will want to know why, by now, young people who have intentions to contest elective offices cannot do so simply because the president have not given his assent to a Bill that would ordinarily have made them participate actively."
On the bill, the group said "We have travelled a long route to get this far. We cannot back down at this point when victory is in sight. This is why we are passionately appealing to all well-meaning Nigerian to join us in urging the president to be part of this epoch making event by signing this bill into law."
"While we wait to see INEC and all other electoral actors demonstrate their lessons learnt from some of these past experiences, we as a responsible and responsive organisation will monitor the process and come out with an elaborate report afterwards. We cannot accept anything short of a free, fair, and transparent process."
Seun Okegbemiro

Publicity Secretary
League of Progressive Ambassadors of Nigeria (LEPAN)

Email: Phone: 08090611618
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the release of $1 billion (an equivalent of N360bn) for procurement of security equipment to fight insecurity in the country. The Minister of Defence Mansur Dan-Ali, disclosed this to State House correspondents on Wednesday after a three-hour meeting Buhari had with service chiefs and heads of other security agencies.
"What I can add, after all that I have said is to inform you that of recent, our leader, President Muhammadu Buhari gave approval for the purchase of more equipment for the military, worth $1 billion," the minister said.
The Vice President Yemi Osinbajo-led National Economic Council comprising state governors had last year resolved that $1 billion be withdrawn from the Excess Crude Account to fight the insurgency.
The decision had elicited criticisms from various groups and individuals, including the governor of Ekiti State, Ayo Fayose.
The defence minister said the Wednesday's meeting discussed the current activities in most of the states of the federation, including Taraba, Zamfara and others.
He said the government had "operationalised a division in Sokoto, there will be a Brigade in Katsina and another Brigade in Zamfara that will take care of security situation in that area.
"Of course, the strength of security personnel has increased, including the Air Force, additional quick response group, they have added enough manpower in that area."
He said the government was still making all available efforts to ensure the safe release of Leah Sharibu’s, one or the schoolgirls of Dapchi, Yobe State, kidnapped by Boko Haram insurgents in February.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Presidency has challenged individual leaders of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to publicly and voluntarily tell Nigerians "how much they stole". It said they should also agree to cough up their illegal acquisition of wealth if they want their apology to be taken seriously by Nigerians.
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Malam GarbaShehu, in a statement yesterday advised Nigerians to be cautious of the "less-than-honest apology" offered by the PDP’s national chairman, Mr. Uche Secondus.
Shehu said the point made by the Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, was apt and on cue that there were heavy moral duties that go with apologies if the culprits wanted to be taken seriously.
According to Shehu, the PDP is desperate to recapture power because it no longer has unhindered access to national resources for private uses and its apology should be seen in this context.
"The PDP has not even acknowledged the fact that it plundered the national economy, and for a party that dismissed the anti-corruption war as a political witch hunt, it is impossible to believe that its public apology comes from the bottom of the heart. Even desperate thieves apologize because they are caught and not because they are incapable of repeating the crime if they had another opportunity," he said.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Presidency on Saturday described as both shocking and scary comments by a former Minister of Defence, Theophilus Danjuma, calling on Nigerians to defend themselves from attacks.
It appealed to prominent Nigerians, who have national influence, to use their influence wisely and not continue to engage in public declarations that are likely to inflame emotional passions and threaten national security.
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba, in a statement, said silence can be dignified, but sometimes it can be misinterpreted and exploited.
Shehu, who though did not mention any name, stated: "It is both shocking and scary to hear the recent comments by a senior citizen calling for Nigerians to defend themselves."
Shehu said the Presidency was very worried that criminal gangs would feel justified in defying legal governing and democratic institutions, and authority of legitimately elected democratic government if unrestrained pronouncements are made.
He said the Presidency commended the military’s efforts to maintain peace and stability despite being pulled in various directions by elements determined to destabilize the country and government for their selfish reasons.
"What country would survive if its citizens rise against the country’s organized, trained and equipped military?, the presidential spokesman quizzed.
He said the Presidency advise d former leaders to take advantage of the various fora where people with a history of national security could offer advice to the government without resorting to the exploitation of emotional sentiments.
"The civil war motto: "TO KEEP NIGERIA ONE IS A TASK THAT MUST BE DONE" rings very timely at this time in our nation’s history.
"We must be careful to avoid the mess that destroyed other African countries like Somalia," Shehu cautioned.
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[ Masterweb Reports ] - Senator Eyinnaya Abaribe, Immanuu-El Shalom, a Jewish priest and Tochukwu Uchendu, an accountant resident in Abuja have been ordered by the Federal High Court in Abuja to produce the fugitive or missing Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) leader, Nnamdi Kanu or risk being jailed.
Justice Binta Nyako today at the Federal High court adjourned the case to June 26, 2018 to enable the sureties who guaranteed Kanu's bail time to produce him in court. A counsel for the sureties Chukwuma Machukwu Umeh (SAN) told the court his clients had not been served with court papers relating to the order made by the judge.
Umeh therefore made fresh application for an order of court demanding that prosecution serve the sureties with copies of the court order. He argued that responding to the verbal order by the judge could render the entire process legally defective. Other lawyers in the defense team joined Umeh’s application.


The prosecution counsel, Shaibu Labaran described the defense application as "conspiracy" to set back the case and demanded its dismissal. Justice Nyako granted the request by defense however noting that the application was an evidence of their lack of readiness to proceed with the case. In her words: "What is clear is that you are not ready, The sureties are to be served with the order of this court: to show why they should not forfeit their bond or to produce the defendant in the next adjourned date, with the alternative to go to prison,"


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[ Masterweb Reports: Dr. Perry Brimah reports ] -In my article May last year, captioned "Dear FGN: No Responsible Nation Ever Paid And Freed Terror Masterminds Within Its Borders," in rebuke of the Buhari government and its defense of its actions in reportedly paying Boko Haram terrorists millions of dollars and freeing the deadly group's terror masterminds in exchange for some Chibok girls, I wrote, and I quote:

"If the US ever dared pay and free terror masterminds on US soil, you can expect not just a massive class action lawsuit from the public, but also immediate Senate impeachment of the US president. And you can take that sentence to the bank. I feel sorry that I have to write to point this out. I had earlier written an article explaining why just like I repeatedly advised and warned former President Goodluck Jonathan, it is likewise wrong, treacherous and a violation of Nigeria’s anti-terror bill and the laws of God, for Nigeria to pay and free terrorists with blood and/or rape on their hands. Freeing terrorists and paying them is punishable by life imprisonment. [Ref: The Terrorism (Prevention) Act 2011 and Amendment Bill of 2012 with amendments to Section 17]"

SaharaReporters had broken the story of the portentous deal with the heavy cash payment to the terrorists and the Wall Street Journal on May 6th that year confirmed with the shocking details:

"Inside the trucks sat five captured fighters, freshly extracted from prison, the first piece of the government’s proposed bargain. In a separate vehicle, according to people involved in the deal, a security detail guarded Nigeria’s principal concession to the Islamist terror group, a black duffel bag containing €2 million in plastic-wrapped cash." 

In a follow up article I gave further details of the role of the French Geneva Red Cross and local negotiators in the dirty deal and examined how the previous Jonathan government had on principle, refused such dangerous and jeaopardous deals to pay Boko Haram terrorists. That article was captioned "Intricate Details of Buhari’s Deal With Boko Haram – By Dr. Perry Brimah," published May last year.


Today, president Buhari himself has told the African Union why terrorists should not be paid while continuing to pay and free Boko Haram terrorists in Nigeria, thus directly encouraging terror and the Dapchi and future abductions as a most profitable venture for the terrorists and other aspiring terror and kidnap groups across the nation now and in the years to come.
Paying Terrorists as a Channel for Corruption
It is important to point out that when $5 million is paid to the terrorists, the total amount taken from the nation's coffers could be four times that. $20 million may have been released by the NSA, of which government officials involved in the negotiations pocket some for politics, negotiators pocket some and involved international organisations also pocket their cut, with the $5 million remaining finally reaching the terrorists' hands. Payments to terrorists does not only finance their future terror and encourage a climate of terror but it serves as a route for looting the nation's treasury. The secrecy of such deals makes it impossible to know the entire risk, damage and looting of the nation in such shady government deals.
Till date, the exact amount of money paid by the Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai to Fulani terrorists as he announced, is not known. [See: "We’ve paid some Fulani to stop killings in Southern Kaduna – El-Rufai," December 2016] This money could be going a long way in financing the current dastardly waves of fully armed herdsmen terror across the entire nation which ave cost the nation its very fabric in addition to hundreds of lives and billions in property loses.
No More Deals! 
The current government policy of paying terrorists in Nigeria must be stopped. Nigeria's police should be upgraded with mass recruitment and the 80% callously allocated to protecting the cabal, pulled from them to serve the people.
Preventing abductions and responding appropriately by land, sea and air within hours of reports should be Nigeria's method of abating terror and abductions. Like former president Jonathan who took two weeks to respond to the Chibok saga, Buhari too took 8 days. This is unconscionable. The first 48 hours are most important in fighting crime. It is four years later with four years of advances in technology and four years to seal the borders and four years to tackle Boko Haram but Nigeria is still where it was four years ago. Like Jonathan, Buhari has not yet arrested a single sponsor of Boko Haram.
There must be punishment including immediate suspension, impeachment and imprisonment and/or death sentencing as stipulated by Nigeria's Anti-Terrorism laws for officials at any level found to be involved in the process of paying and freeing terrorists outside of the court and constitution.
Sadly, as we speak, the Buhari government is likely offering more millions of FOREX to Boko Haram and the freeing of more of its most deadly terrorists in foreign agency participated negotiations.
Dr. Perry Brimah ( WhatsApp: +1-929-427-5305; Email: ) reports.