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[ Masterweb Reports: Kunle Olasanmi reports ] - Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, was last night finally released from custody. Kanu who was brought to the Federal High Court in Abuja at about 7pm regained his freedom after fully perfecting his bail conditions.
Accompanied by family members, lawyers and sureties, Kanu signed his own portion on the bail paper to pave way for his release from Kuje Prisons.
The Biafran leader left the court premises around 6:45pm when he was driven away in a Mercedes Benz 4matic GL500 with registration number ABC 46 MU.
On April 25, Justice Binta Murtala Nyako had granted Kanu bail in the sum of N100 million, saying the bail was granted to the defendant to enable him attend to his ailing health condition.
The judge, in addition, ordered that the defendant produces three sureties with N100m each.
The judge, however, noted that the sureties to be provided by Kanu must include a highly respected Jewish leader since, according to her, the defendant claimed Judaism as his religion.
Another of the surety, the judge said, should be a senior and highly placed individual of Igbo extraction and in the ranking of a senator, while the last was expected to be a respected individual who is resident in Abuja, with proof of ownership of landing property.
In addition, Justice Nyako said Kanu must never be seen in a crowd of more than 10 people, adding that, "no interviews and no rallies".
Also Kanu was ordered to deposit his international passport including his British passport with the court, even as the court should on a monthly basis be furnished with a progress report on the health of the defendant.
Kanu co-accused were however unfortunate as the court denied them bail on grounds that the charges against them were grievous.
The judge also refused to grant their second motion which prayed the court to review it’s earlier ruling on protection of witnesses.
Kanu, Onwudiwe Chidiebere, Banjamin Madubugwu and David Nwawuisi were arraigned by the Federal Government on an eleven count charge bordering on terrorism, treasonable felony and illegal possession of firearms amongst others.
But, Justice Nyako had struck out six out of the 11 count amended charge filed against the defendants on grounds that the charges lacked competence.
*Photo Caption - Nnamdi Kanu

[ Masterweb Reports ] - One of the lawyers representing Nnamdi Kanu, leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) today granted bail by an Abuja Federal High Court says his client would remain in prison in solidarity with other co-accused whose bail applications were rejected by the court. The lawyer spoke to press under anonymity.
Benjamin Madubugwu, Chidiebere Onwudiwe and David Nwawuisi were charged along with Kanu on matters bordering on treasonable felony, publication of defamatory matter, improper importation of a radio transmitter TRAM 50L and illegal possession of firearms.
Justice Binta Nyako today granted bail to Nnamdi Kanu in the sum of N100 million and three sureties in like sum.
*Photo Caption - Nnamdi Kanu

[ Masterweb Reports: Dorcas Daniel reports ] - In a bid to commemorate the world malaria day, over 200 persons have been tested, treated and counseled on Malaria in Mpape by a non-governmental organization, Panacea Health and Awareness Foundation.
The chairman of the foundation, Pharmacist Gerald Ndigwe in an Health Outreach tagged, “END MALARIA FOR GOOD” said malaria as an epidemic disease needed to be eradicated and the foundation is to provide free health counseling, prevention, treatment and resistance for malaria with more focus on pregnant women and children.
Ndigwe who revealed that there is a 97% death risk of malaria in the country, sought for massive supports from both government and non-government agencies to combat the ugly trend.
“When they say malaria kills it does indeed as there is a 97% death risk of malaria in Nigeria, therefore we need to do more in informing the public about preventive measures, treatment and resistance of malaria.”
Onyekachi Estelle Mbodine, the country’s coordinator for Global Antibiotics Resistance Partnership (GARP) lamented the alarming death rate of the scourge, urging the government in combating malaria.
“We are calling on the government to do more in combating malaria as it has become a global threat which affects about 212million persons globally with death cases of about 229, 000 annually in Africa” she said.
Ovo Otarigho, Co-Founder of Impact Driven Young Leaders Initiatives said that enlightenment and provision of basic support are imperative in combating and preventing malaria in the country.
The beneficiaries of the Health Outreach expressed gratitude to the foundation, adding that such outreach is an eye opener on preventive measures against malaria.
Sarah Elisha, a resident of Mpape said she was very grateful to the foundation for the test, treatment and awareness on malaria.
“I am very happy about the outreach. I have learnt that dirty environment breeds mosquitoes which in turn cause malaria and I am happy about the free test and drugs I got too.”
Also, Felicite Godswill, a resident of Mpape said “I know the government is trying to eradicate malaria but I must commend this outreach because I have been ill for two days now and my children and I just got tested and drugs for free. I am very happy.”
*Photo Caption - As seen.

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari has mandated the presidential panel probing the allegations against the suspended Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Babachir Lawal and the Director-General of the National Intelligence Agency, Ayo Oke, to suspend all government officials linked to both cases.
A top Presidency source told our correspondent yesterday that Buhari on Friday authorised the three-man investigation panel, headed by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, to, before the conclusion of its assignment, suspend all government officials involved.
The panel, comprising the National Security Adviser Babagana Monguno and the Attorney-General of the Federation Abubakar Malami, is probing the allegations of violations of law and due process made against the suspended SGF in the award of contracts under the Presidential Initiative on the North-East.
The committee, which swung into action on Wednesday, is also investigating the discovery of $43.4 million by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in a residential apartment at Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos.
The National Intelligence Agency had made a claim to the recovered fund.
The panel, constituted on Wednesday, was given a 14-day deadline to submit its report to President Buhari.
The source said: “The president has authorised the panel to suspend all government officials linked to the two cases. He has asked the panel to do this even before the conclusion of its assignment. 
“The president has been informed of the involvement of other government officials in the two issues being investigated. More officials have been linked to these cases and Mr President has given the panel the mandate to suspend more people.”
Another source hinted that president also instructed the committee to do a thorough job. 
He said though President Buhari had confidence in the panel’s members, he wanted them “to leave no stone unturned.”
The suspended SGF and the NIA Director-General on Wednesday appeared before the investigation panel hours after the Presidency announced their suspension.
The acting chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, on Friday tendered bulky “evidential” documents regarding the recovered fund.
The Senior Special Assistant to the Vice President on Media and Publicity, Laolu Akande, said in a statement yesterday that the panel “will conduct its work with utmost diligence and without fear or favour.”
According to him, the panel, in the discharge of its work, is expected to invite all relevant officials and private individuals who may be connected to both cases.
Osinbajo’s spokesman said the panel would also obtain and scrutinize documents that “may throw some light on the issues raised in both cases.”
Akande further stated that all proceedings of the panel “will however be in closed sessions to avoid speculations, allow for full disclosure and enhance the pace of proceedings.”

*Photo Caption - Yemi Osinbajo - LEFT; President Buhari - Right.

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The presidential panel probing the suspended Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Babachir David Lawal and the Director General of the National Intelligence Agency has pledged fairness.
The committee, headed by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, comprises the National Security Adviser Babagana Monguno and the Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami.
The panel is investigating the allegations of violations of law and due process made against the suspended SGF in the award of contracts under the Presidential Initiative on the North-East.
The committee, which had swung into action since Wednesday, is also investigating the discovery of $43.4 million by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in a residential apartment at Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos.
The National Intelligence Agency had made a claim to the recovered fund.
The panel, constituted on Wednesday, was given a 14-day deadline to submit its report to President Buhari.
The Senior Special Assistant to the Vice President on Media and Publicity, Laolu Akande, said in a statement on Saturday that the panel "will conduct its work with utmost diligence and without fear or favour."
Akande said the panel, in the discharge of its work, "is expected to invite all relevant officials and private individuals who may be connected to both cases."
Accoding to him, th panel will also obtain and scrutinize documents that may throw some light on the issues raised in both cases.
*Photo Caption - Nigeria Vice President Yemi Osinbajo

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari is looking at suggestions to extend the whistle-blowing policy to illegal weapons’ possession by politicians and other public figures. The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, told State House reporters yesterday that this was aimed at exposing those keeping deadly arms for ‘communal violence and sinister political motives’.
He said: “Yes, it is true; the Presidency has received suggestions that call for the whistle blower policy to be extended to the possession of illegal weapons by powerful individuals in the country. The government will look at all that and make a pronouncement. Nigerians would be encouraged to expose the presence of illegal weapons in the homes of powerful politicians and other public figures, who may use those deadly arms for sinister political agenda.”
Shehu quoted Buhari as commending Nigerians for their support and assuring that all recovered funds would be applied to citizens’ welfare and happiness, adding that no country can achieve progress with corruption. 
He disclosed that the Presidency had begun efforts towards strengthening the whistle-blowing policy following breakthroughs in the war against corruption and unaccounted wealth. 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari

[ Masterweb Reports: Comrade Ahmed Omeiza Lukman reports ] - Kogi State is one of the least developed state in Nigeria. Honestly, when the young man took over the mantle of leadership in the State, the challenges were enormous. The State was in total shamble, dwindling revenue allocation from the federal government, huge debt left by the previous government, total decay of infrastructure and lack of basic social amenities.
The government of Alhaji Yahaya Bello in a bid to save the state from collateral damage and ensure it future is secured, then decided to embark on the verification of Kogi state civil servant. This was a wise decision, though painful, but things must change for good, at least for once in the history of the State. This bold step by the Governor, must be commended by all well wishers of the State.
The truth is that things has never been done in the right way before, so it becomes even very difficult for the most sincere government to achieve anything meaningful
within the shortest period of time. The question most Kogite ask is why has the workers screening exercise lasted for over one year? And when is it coming to an end? Yes, to everything that has a beginning, must surely have an end. I must confess that the first and second screening committee's were compromise and therefore put the good intention of the Governor to a credibility test. The zeal and determination of the Governor, having realized the fact that the report of the committee might had been compromise, immediately set up another committee for a
holistic review of the entire workers verification exercise.
We must give credit to the Governor and also appreciate the patience and peaceful manners of Kogi state workers, who will surely reap the reward for their perseverance. To the saboteurs, your days are numbered and God will sure put you all to shame, the truth shall be out in no distant time. One must confess that with the dwindling revenue allocation from the federal government, the state government has been able to make great impact in other sectors. The health sector has been given a face lift, the educational sector is also undergoing massive renovation and new
structure are been erected on a daily basis. There are so many road construction going on in Kabba, Okene and Dekinna axis of the State.
The issue of security has been brought under control, as their is no safe heaven for criminals anymore in Kogi State. Finally, we need to commend Governor Yahaya Bello for taking the bull by the horn not to share the state allocation with the cabals. This single act was and still remain the best for the state. If we fail to take critical decision now to move the state forward, we might have to live to regret the future of our dear State.
Comrade Ahmed Omeiza Lukman, (Former Chairman Nigeria Community In
Ukraine; Email: ) reports.
*Photo Caption - Governor Yahaya Bello

[ Masterweb Reports: Dr. Peregrino Brimah reports ] - In 2013 when I wrote the article, "CBN: The Poverty In Sanusi Lamido Sanusi's Legacy," apart from discussing how the charismatic bank manager-turned Central bank governor had played a central role in the Jonathan regime's impoverishment of Nigerians, I tried to explain how the governor's "Islamic banking" proposition was not what it seemed. Many thought Sanusi was trying to introduce Sharia banking to Nigeria. I painstakingly in the article explained that this was not the case. The World Bank protégé remembered for being behind Jonathan's New Year fuel subsidy removal "gift" that led to protests across the nation, was only trying to introduce regulation of the questionable "Islamic"profiteering banking products, and to open them up for non Muslim banks to benefit from the ability to sell the "Shariah" services. Quoting from that article:
"Shariah banking has always been offered in Nigeria. Sanusi did not introduce Shariah banking as many were pissed thinking he did. All Sanusi introduced was “regulation of Islamic banking.” That entire rigmarole and squabble which had a prominent northern Muslim declaring to wage war, and had Christian leaders promising brimstone, had little to do with Islam or Islamic finance and everything to do with CBN control, big bank opportunity and global regulation of all people including all Muslims' money."
On A Mission To Deconstruct Islam 
Today, as Emir of Kano and Nigeria's Number two Muslim leader, his royal highness Muhammad Sanusi II seems inadvertently on a mission to reform Islam in tandem with World bank policies. I will not judge the Emir's intentions, that God alone should and can, however the implications of his continuous zealous utterances cannot be debated. Everyday it seems the Emir releases a new ambiguous statement that stabs at the heart of conventional Islamic thinking and offers solutions based on western societies and the World bank. Being a man of very high intellect, I find it hard to imagine the Emir does not realize the likely (mis)interpretation of his loose statements via the press.
Recently the Emir inadvertently associated the Islamic and African cultural practice of polygamy with poverty. I found it necessary to contest that association and debate his proposed pauper polygamy ban. Last week, the Emir discounted what I believe is the religiously accepted understanding that afflictions are a punishment for the sins of humanity. While we all appreciate the necessity for governments to properly prevent and rapidly manage disease outbreaks at the focus of Sanusi's concerns, it was again necessary for me to challenge the Emir's invalidation of the spiritual dimensions of suffering and death.
But hardly had the dust settled than the Emir in today's news, linked Shariah law with poverty. Headlines in the dailies carry the caption, "Zamfara started Sharia, today it has highest poverty rate —Sanusi." 
The Emir allegedly made this utterance at the Mo Ibrahim Forum in Marrakesh, Morocco this weekend. He said, "Zamfara State started Sharia in Nigeria; it has the highest rate of poverty in the country today."
Again, I am not judging the Emir's intentions, but the negative impacts of his statements cannot be denied. Shariah is linked with poverty, is the message most readers will take away from this. I am not sure this is what the Emir thinks, but either way this is another hard blow at Islam's core, delivered by the nation's #2 Muslim leader.
I believe there is no ambiguity in the fact that Islam recommends Quran-based law among Muslims (Quran 24:25:48). Likewise, the Bible advocates Bible-based judgement among its adherents over the patronage of public courts, as is read in 1 Corinthians 6:1-9: "If any of you has a legal dispute against another, do you dare go to court before the unrighteous, and not before the saints?..." Thus it would be unusual for a Muslim or Judeo-Christian leader to prefer, propose or promote otherwise among his own. Get another job.
A Statistical Analysis
Certain associations are meaningless. What does it mean to say that Zamfara state started Sharia first and is the poorest state? This is like saying that Ghana got independence first in West Africa, three years before Nigeria and thus should not be poor. Most northern states introduced Shariah law within a span of just one year, from 2000 to 2001. Does this meaningfully put any state ahead in a so-called race in a way of any analytical relevance for discussions on the impact of the law and possible associations with poverty? Most certainly not. Zamfara state might be poor for 100 different reasons.
Again, while the Emir relied on statistical data from the World Bank which puts Zamfara just marginally ahead of Yobe state in some (not all) indices of poverty, statistics from Nigeria's Bureau of Statistics puts Sokoto state as the poorest state with Zamfara nine states richer. Again checking the same World bank data, just two years earlier, Bauchi and Kebbi states were poorer than Zamfara state. Would this mean that for the initial 14 years, being the first to introduce Shariah law was beneficial to Zamfara state? Of course not. This is senseless and a harmful, corrupt application of data. 
Statistically, the alleged association of the timing of the introduction of Shariah law to Zamfara state and poverty is unfounded and meaningless and only ends up creating an unevidenced negative perception of possible economic impacts of Shariah law in the minds of Moroccans, Nigerians and all other foreign listeners and readers. I believe it would be the first time in popular knowledge that Shariah law gets associated with poverty. Rather there are links of Muslim "Golden age" economies with prosperity as against today's debt-drenched colonialism-grown economies, with team leader USA owing over 19 trillion dollars (each citizen's portion being about $60,000). This is why any such inference from Sanusi's latest statement is misguided and unfortunate. Indeed it is easier and perhaps more accurate to say that Zamfara is poor because its name starts with alphabet "Z" or because two out of three of its governors' names start with the letter "Y."
Perhaps the respected globally knowledgeable Emir would rather be in the World Bank or back at Nigeria's Central bank where he is supremely skilled at setting interest rates – denounced in the Bible and Quran (references below) – and managing related globalist services which God's law discourages. There is little doubt that many of his utterances are more in line with these agencies, with more quotes and details from them than from the Muslim Quran. This perhaps is one of the reasons why Islam is not believed to support dynasty rule.
Interest References
"Those who consume interest cannot stand [on the Day of Resurrection] except as one stands who is being beaten by Satan into insanity." (Quran 2:275)
"(If a man) lends at interest, and takes profit; shall he then live? He shall not live. He has done all these abominations; he shall surely die; his blood shall be upon himself." (Ezekiel 18:13 ESV)
Is there a conflict of interest here?
Dr. Peregrino Brimah ( Email: ) reports.
*Photo Caption - Emir Sanusi

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered an investigation into the allegations of violations of law and due process made against the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr David Babachir Lawal, in the award of contracts under the Presidential Initiative on the North East (PINE).
The President, according to a statement today by his spokesman Femi Adesina, has also directed the suspension of the SGF from office pending the outcome of the investigations.
He stated: "In a related development, the President has ordered a full scale investigation into the discovery of large amounts of foreign and local currencies by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in a residential apartment at Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos, over which the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) has made a claim.
"The investigation is also to enquire into the circumstances in which the NIA came into possession of the funds, how and by whose or which authority the funds were made available to the NIA, and to establish whether or not there has been a breach of the law or security procedure in obtaining custody and use of the funds.
"The President has also directed the suspension of the Director General of the NIA, Ambassador Ayo Oke, pending the outcome of the investigation.
"A three-man Committee comprising the Hon. Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, and the National Security Adviser, headed by the Vice President, is to conduct both investigations.
"The Committee is to submit its report to the President within 14 days.
The most senior Permanent Secretary in the SGF's office, and the most senior officer in the NIA, are to act, respectively, during the period of investigation."
*Photo Caption - As seen.

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari said yesterday that   in the almost two years of his administration, he has worked hard to meet the expectations of Nigerians. He said his administration had done this “by improving security, especially in the North-East; sustaining the campaign against corruption and taken steps to-revitalize the economy.’
President Buhari said this in his Easter message to the nation. He said his government was determined, as never before, to continue with the fight against insurgency; sustain the peace in the Niger Delta through engagements with stakeholders as well as restore peace and stability in other parts of the country.
According to him, it is in the collective interest of all Nigerians to live in peace because without peace, no meaningful development can take place.
“Lack of peace in one part affects in one way or the other, all parts of the country. Our people must rediscover the values of peaceful co-existence, social justice, religious tolerance, dignity of labour and patriotism,” he stated.
The president enjoined all Nigerians to have faith in the ability of his administration to change the Nigerian story for the good of all.
Congratulating Christians on the Easter celebration, he said: “I rejoice with you on this historic occasion signifying the triumph of good over evil, light over darkness, redemption over condemnation, and hope over despair.
“The commemoration of this special season in Christianity, is always preceded by fasting, piety, humility, penance and prayers of intercession in the build up to the death of Jesus Christ on Good Friday, an event which reunited man with his Creator.
“The message of Easter is filled with themes of love, faith, sacrifice, dedication, commitment, fulfilment of prophecy, hope, expectation and victory, as espoused in the Scriptures and the teachings and lifestyle of Jesus Christ.”
Buhari urged all citizens to live peacefully with one another and do their utmost to make Nigeria a beautiful place to reside.
President Buhari wished all Nigerians a happy Easter celebration.
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari