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[ Masterweb Reports: Pwavodi Joshua reports ] - Dec. 6, 2017: The Attack by Fulani herdsmen yesterday was a reprisal attack to what happened last two weeks in Shafaron Village of Numan Adamawa State. Last week information came to the people about the incoming of several Fulani and foreigners into the state and believed to have been camped around Mayo Belwa.
There was tension on Friday 1/12/2017 that the Fulani are set to attack Numan and its environs, as a result of this information alot of people packed and left the town for safety elsewhere. The same day there was clash between the MOPOL and the Fulani which led to the loss of lives of 7 MOPOL.
The main attack started around 6am yesterday (4/12/2017) where thousands of the herdsmen advance towards Lawaru village. These herdsmen are believed to be hired from other countries to carry out this massacre. They were heavily armed with different sophisticated weapon such as Machine Guns, RPG, AK 47, Knives, Matches, Bows and Arrow, one can wonder where they got all these fire arms from.
The villagers despite the attack went in good spirit with no gun but guts. They tried to counter the herdsmen but it was not possible. While the men remained behind to fight, hundreds of women were running into bushes. Within some minutes, the troop headed into Dong. People hid themselves watching the herdsmen burning their houses. Young girls between the age 12-14hrs were raped mercilessly by the herdsmen.
Aside that, a helicopter was hovering over, and giving them cover. At a certain point when the villagers noticed the herdsmen were running out of arms, they mobilized themselves to face the herdsmen. Not too long a military jet released a bomb on the villagers killing many of them. Most of the men killed were by the four air strikes while children and women were killed by the Fulani.
In total Seven villages have been burnt down, which are Dong, Lawaru, Kodomti, Shafaron, Bare, Nzoruwe, Shemun. The village head of Lawaru has been killed. More than 50 confirmed dead bodies recorded and thousands of villagers are left homeless. The Fulani were in their thousands clearing all this villages heading towards Numan which is believed to be their main target, but they got scared and turned back when their bullets was getting exhausted and despite all this that was happening there were no any security to counter them.
As a trained jet fighter you can’t make mistakes on a broad day light when the Fulani people are in thousands. There is no any re-enforcement from the Government. The Jets threw bombs and the impact of the bombs was one of the contributing factors that destroyed the villages.
All the statements from the government are false and political. We will quote from what the Emir of Kano said "I hope what happened in Mambilla and Numan will not go Unpunished ". This attack came some days after this statement.
The government should not force us to conclude that they have a hand in this attack. This is a carefully, Sponsored and calculated planned attack to kill the bachama people, and we will be tempted to say the government were aware of this attack and yet they were silent about it. The worst has already been done, we hope the lives of the people lost will rest in peace. *Click link for enlarged photo of victims -
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*Photo Caption - Some of the victims *Click link below for enlarged photo of victims -

Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] -  Sometimes in life, it takes a fresh jolt to keep us aligned. I got my life’s thrill in this beautiful and blessed town of the hills and waters called Akwuke. Indeed, Awkunanaw hosts a great son! It was just few weeks back that I had the privilege to have had that beautiful, yet horribly chilling experience which jolted me back to reality: We love our land, but not all love the land.
Although I am yet to experience less than a percentage of the beauties and treasures of Akwuke, the striking awakening which greeted me there was the realization of a treasure land that lacks true seekers. We all know when the ungodly are in power. But it takes righteousness, even of the inward, to comprehend just a fraction of our limitlessness. I refuse to be silenced while I seek the truth with my all. And I do believe, without reservations, that Jesus Christ is for all and that He truly is God and died for me and rose again for me on the third day. He did these and more so I would have life to the fullest. The same is the testimony of all who look to God for salvation. The youths of Akwuke are not left out.
As the joined images show, Akwuke has a pathway of land and water living in absolute harmony. None of us was there when God spoke the heavens and the earth into shape, so we cannot claim to have made anything. We live, however, by grace and that grace in the youths and, indeed, in all of Akwuke positioned them there. When grace comes to you from God, it becomes your right to excel before the world. Jesus was before all. Let me try to explain the synergy between the waters here and the earth – rushing in and through and breaking down as different types and sizes of collectible sand. Somewhere at the other corner of this river known as Inyama/Akwuke Beach, the result of the said union also constantly births what civil engineers colloquially refer to as gravel.
Daily, there are about 300 people – the youths and even to the elderly – working assiduously as they gather, scoop and load sands and gravels into trucks numbering over 100. These young men who labor on the sand section go with N2000 for every truck filled by a team of four. So, if four of these men load 5 trucks a day, they would be going home with N2500 each. Sometimes, as I understand, each of them can go home with as much as N4000. This work goes on daily, except on Sundays. Each truck that leaves the beach meets with a first and a second gate before heading out of Akwuke and towards Garki or elsewhere. At these two imaginary gates manned by select youths, a driver pays N800 for each. If a driver carries through ten trips of sand a day, for instance, he would be paying a sum of N16000 to government agents manning the two gates.
One would say that the town is blessed and the youths are employed and, therefore, all is well. But I beg to differ. When you come into a place with so much money coming from natural resources (and I bet you, beneath will surely lie some of other globally recognized resources) but no true government face, you would know: the youths would be comfortable in discomfort – to the detriment of their future. This town houses soldiers who have not trained for conventional war in a conventional world. Although they exude strength on the ground, their lack of experience and training sets them in time as perpetual sufferers. You would want to know why I said that. Well, one would think that, with the type of money flowing in and out of that beach, there would be a bank nearby; or, at least, banks’ staff coming in often to collect cash. So what you have is a system seemingly structured as if to keep the youths from thinking beyond their temporal life of ecstatic forgetfulness. They get the money all through the day and cheerfully eat them every night. The road from where these two government agents collect money at each checkpoint remains in a terrible state from year to year. At some point, they would only run some areas through with bulldozers. This, of course, worsens its state. My question then is: what is the government doing with all the money coming in from there if they cannot create a good road strong enough for those money-bearing trucks? On the other hand, why has no bank decided to help these youths train their wealth? I do not even want to talk about those ministries, parastatal, agencies and groups claiming to stand for youth empowerment. They are practically non-existent. In case you do not know, your actions, rather, inactions are destroying the future of that land and her posterity. You cannot excuse yourself in the ills that emanate from there due to your nonchalance and anti-posterity policies.
These youths should be helped and they need this help today. Most of them do not go to school even when they are not far from the metropolis. They do not go to school because they get crumbs which seemingly carry them through each day somehow. They do not go to school because the government thinks that the beach is strong enough to keep them blind and unambitious for so long and, so, has not seen beyond their noses to preparing them for a future beyond scooping of sands. Tell me, what would these youths become when Inyama Beach is taken over by either the events of life or governance? Where would you expect them to turn to if not to crime? I hold those indigenous government representatives responsible for these wrongs. The youths of Akwuke should be given scholarships mostly on mining studies and on other engineering professions. While the government looks into this, banks should send human extensions to help them think outside the box, and the road leading to this beach should be repaired or rebuilt. It is saddening enough that the State government has not seen any tourism need for the place beyond a seasonal charade and mockery of westernization. One disheartening but unconfirmed piece of information I was given while there had to do with the useless Osu caste system which devastated Igboland and still runs in the minds of old men who see and do no good. Anyways, this is for another day. Although one of these youths, possibly fueled by a wrongly channeled desire for a better future, somehow managed to steal my new Wiko robby Game Changer phone (sent to me by one of my brothers somewhere in Europe) through the window of the Lorry in which I always slept during the nights of my tour, I still have nothing but love and genuine affection for them. To you Akwuke youths, I say: Your future is bright! You are born into a blessed land and you are blessed with it. Let us think rightly.

[ Masterweb Reports: Abdullateef Aliyu reports ] - 401 stranded Nigerians in Libya have been deported in less than 24 hours in continuation of the massive repatriation of Nigerians in the North African country.
This was the largest number of returnees ever repatriated in such a close interval.
The first batch of 144 arrived the Murtala Muhammed International Airport cargo terminal at about 6:45 p.m aboard a BURAQ Air Boeing 737-800 aircraft with registration number 5A - DMG while the second batch conveying 257 returnees arrived around 1:40 a.m.
Daily Trust reports that there has been a renewed drive to repatriate all stranded Nigerians from Libya amidst raging report over resurgence of slave trade.
No fewer than 1,295 Nigerians in Libya were rescued in November alone with more of them expected to be repatriated before the end of the year following reports that more Nigerian irregular migrants languish in either Libyan cells or deportation camp.
The first batch of 144 comprised 102 males and 42 females including infants who were received by agencies of the Federal Government including the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons (NCFRMI), National Agency for Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), among others.
The repatriation of the stranded Nigerians which started in 2016 is in collaboration with the European Union (EU) and International Organization for Migration (IOM) which have been providing the logistics support.
The second batch also arrived from Tripoli, Libyan capital with 182 males and 75 females. Among the female returnees were five children and five infants while there were two make children and one male infant.
NEMA South-West Coordinator, Sulaiman Yakubu who represented the DG, Engr. Mustapha Maihaja disclosed that there were four medical cases on board.
Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Mrs. Abike Dabiri - Erewa and Wife of Lagos State Governor, Mrs. Ambode were at the airport to receive the returnees. Dabiri- Erewa said the Federal Government has deepened awareness campaign against irregular migration.
Also speaking, the National Commissioner of NCFRMI, Hajia Sadiya Umar - Faruk represented by the South- West Coordinator, Mrs. Margaret Ukegbu disclosed that more exercises are expected this month to bring back all stranded Nigerians in Libya as promised by the Federal Government.
She said, "They (returnees) were happy to be home and many of them said that they would not think of embarking on any such irregular journey again".
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[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - A 3-storey building under construction yesterday collapsed in Amansea, Awka North local government area of Anambra state. The structure, which was completely reduced to rubbles, was said to be owned by a Malaysia-based businessman.


A resident of the area, who simply identified himself as Eze, expressed sadness over the ugly incident, attributing it to the incompetence of the contractor handling the project.
He also blamed the building collapse to frequent changing of construction engineers by the owner of the building.
The witness however said no life was lost in the incident, as none of the workers in the site was inside the building when it came down.
Daily Trust learnt that the Awka Capital Territory Development Authority had on October 10, this year, issued a stop-work order on the structure which was blatantly ignored.
Efforts to reach any of the site contractors or the wife of the owner of the building said to be living in Nnewi, were unsuccessful.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari has said insurgents are able to attract members to their fold because of what he called the "insidious preaching" of extremist clerics.
Speaking in Jordan yesterday at a security meeting hosted by King Abdullah II, President Buhari called for an action plan to halt the trend.
President Buhari also urged leaders, especially from the Muslim world, to speak up against the hateful violence committed by deranged people in the name of Islam.
"All nations, irrespective of religion should partner effectively in implementing national, regional and global action plans to counter violent extremism," the president said.
He reiterated Nigeria’s commitment to playing a leading role in bringing together countries of the West African sub-region in a collective security arrangement.
He assured that with what Nigeria had gone through, it was ready to share the experiences with a view to fashioning out comprehensive action plans in tackling the scourge of violent extremism in the region.
President Buhari again called for a stronger and well-coordinated collaboration against violent extremism.
He noted that the joint regional collaboration under the auspices of the Multinational Joint Task Force, combined with the efforts of the Nigerian Armed Forces, had gone a long way to decimate the activities of extremists in the West African region.
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari

[ Masterweb Reports ] - Engineer Lazarus Iwari Kalama Sokobe, the late elder brother of former First Lady Dame Patience Jonathan is to be buried this Saturday at his home town, Okrika in Rivers state.
According to the details of the burial arrangements released by the family, service of songs is billed for Friday 1st December at Okrika Court Yard by 3:30pm while the funeral service will hold on Saturday December 2 at Okrika National Field by 10am.
The statement from the family also added that reception would take place at the house of the ex-First Lady, Dame (Dr.) Patience Jonathan in Okrika.
The family described the deceased as a man who lived an exemplary life.
"You lived an exemplary life worthy of emulation. Your legacies will continue to endure. We take solace in the fact that we will see you on the last day," it reads further.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Jeremiah Oke reports ] - The Corps Marshall of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi has told motorists across the country to stop bribing officials in the uniform of the commission, saying the commission pays them promptly.

Boboye who spoke yesterday at the secretariat of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) as part of the union’s 2017 Press Week, reiterated that all his officials received their salaries promptly, that it was a crime for them to take from the poor public.
The corps marshall said 25 ‎officials of the commission were sacked Wednesday night for alleged official misconducts, including bribe taking, and more sacking was coming.
‎He said the fines of most of the offenses were cheaper than the bribe given to the men in uniform, and sought the‎ support of the media and the general public to take photograph of any of his men who engaged in misconduct.
He said the commission had zero tolerance for corruption and any of its officials caught in such acts would be shown the way out.
Meanwhile, the Oyo State command has deployed 1,000 officers of ‎the corps to all routes within the state for the yuletide season.
The Oyo State sector Commander of the FRSC, Mrs Cecilia Alao, said this in ‎Ibadan during the Oyo State FRSC 2017 mega rally and flag-off for ‎ember months campaign.
The sector commander said that the corps was looking to a situation ‎where there would be zero crashes during this period.

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[ Masterweb Reports: Dr. Perry Brimah reports ] - Nigeria ranked 121 of 149 countries in governance, 117 in education, 142 in health, 145 in security, 144 in freedom and 106 in natural environment, preservation. Interestingly, the country ranks quite high, 59 in one index: "Social Capital," which the London-based Legatum Institute research institute qualifies: "measures the strength of personal relationships, social network support, social norms, and civic participation in a country."
The institute released its 10th annual global Prosperity Index last November. Click link below for enlarged ranking photo -                                                          
*Photo Caption - The ranking. Click link below for enlarged ranking photo

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari will on December 2 and 3 join other Heads of State in Aqaba, Jordan, to review strategies in fighting terrorism, and reinforce joint security structures that will be more proactive in preventing attacks.
Presidential spokesman Femi Adesina, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday.
He said the meeting, tagged "Aqaba Retreat, would be hosted by His Majesty, King Abdullah II of Jordan, and is expected to be attended by West African Heads of State, representatives of governments of 48 countries and a number of key Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs).
The statement read in part: "At the meeting, the President is expected to share Nigeria’s experience on terrorism and its spread across West Africa, with a view to soliciting more support for pre-emptive measures that will neutralise the activities of insurgents in the sub-region.
"The Nigerian leader will also hold bilateral meetings with some Heads of State to strengthen relations.
President Buhari and his delegation will attend the "official dinner to be hosted by King Abdullah II in honour of visiting Heads of State and their delegations.
The President will be accompanied to Jordan by the governors of Kogi, Osun and Niger States; the Ministers of Defence, Education, Foreign Affairs; the National Security Adviser, and the Acting Director-General of the National Intelligence Agency."
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari

[ Masterweb Reports: Willy Ezugwu reports ] - After its consultative meeting with representatives of civil society groups drawn from the six geo-political zones of the country in Abuja on Tuesday, the Conference of Nigeria Political Parties (CNPP) has issued a 14-day ultimatum to the Federal Government to order all its officials named in the scandalous reinstatement of fugitive former Chairman of Pension Reform Task Team, Abdulrasheed Maina to the federal civil service to immediately step aside for proper probe of their involvement in the saga.
The Conference also called for a public enquiry into the scandal to unravel the truth behind the controversial return and reinstatement of the former pension taskforce boss.
According to a statement by the Secretary General of the CNPP, Chief Willy Ezugwu, "there are too many stories, questions, twists and names in the controversial recall game that it is impossible for any Nigerian to understand the focus of the President Muhammadu Buhari’s anti-corruption war.
"For us, the reinstatement of fugitive Abdulrasheed Maina to the Nigerian civil service, the naming of the alleged masterminded of the reinstatement as Attorney General of the Federation (AGF), Abubakar Malami, and the Minister of Interior, Abdulrahman Dambazau, the involvement of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation and the Federal Civil Service Commission, the Maina’s clandestine return to Nigeria despite being on an international wanted list and the alleged revelations made by the AGF at the on-going secret probe by the Senate ad-hoc committee, have left every sane Nigerian thinking.
"The AGF was said to had confessed to the Senators that indeed Maina approached him for a meeting when he was in Abu Dhabi as part of the entourage of President Muhammadu Buhari’s official visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in January last 2016 but before granting him audience, he sought security clearance from the Director General of the Department of State Services (DSS) Lawal Musa Daura who allegedly gave him the nod on the condition that the Minister must attend the meeting along with a witness.
"The President, we learnt, was also accompanied on that trip by the National Security Adviser (NSA), Babagana Monguno; Ministers of Finance, Kemi Adeosun; Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama; Trade and Investment, Okechukwu Enelamah; Environment, Aisha Mohammed, who is now deputy Secretary General at the UN; State Minister Petroleum, Ibe Kachukwu and that of Power, Works, and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola.
"With all these names, there is now the urgent need for clarity on the part of the executive in view of the confusion associated with its much touted anti-corruption war.
"Every day of the President Buhari administration, Nigerians and the international community get more and more confused about the anti-corruption direction of the government.
"Therefore, for clarity and a proof that the war is not a vendetta and a mere political slogan to win the simple, all the persons involved the MainaGate must immediately step aside and an independent public probe instituted by the federal government to clear the doubts currently gathering in the air.
"This must be done within 14 days if Mr. President is truly on anti-corruption war to sanitise the Nigerian political system for generations unborn to enjoy a Nigeria of our dream or the CNPP and its allies in the civil society will be forced to take a legitimate but drastic measures to save Nigeria", the CNPP demanded.
The statement added that "President Buhari needs to decisively act as the of head the executive arm of government as the Maina’s return and reinstatement became an international matter the day the INTERPOL got involved in the manhunt for the fugitive Maina.
"Today, Nigeria and her anti-corruption disposition have turned into a caricature among the comity of nations. Therefore, there is need to rise up and save the country.
"At the end of 14 days and the above mention officials and those yet to be identified were not ordered to step aside by President Muhammadu Buhari, we may be forced to rise to the demands of the occasion, include picketing of the Ministry of Justice and the Office of the Civil Service of the Federation, Ministry of Interior and other ministries and agencies of government named in the Maina controversy.
It shall be recalled that Maina was first placed on the international wanted list after he was accused of over N2billion pension fraud.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had enlisted the International Police (INTERPOL) to arrest him but he dramatically showed up in the country and was last month reinstated as acting director in the Ministry of Interior.
On April 27, Mr. Malami wrote the Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC) requesting it to "give consequential effect to the judgement that voided the warrant of arrest issued against A.A. Maina which formed the basis for the query and his eventual dismissal," Mustapha Sulaiman, the chairman of the FCSC said.
According to Mr. Sulaiman, the attorney general in his letter with reference HAGF/FCSC/2017/VOL.1/3 requested Maina’s reinstatement based on a supposed court order voiding his arrest warrant.
Willy Ezugwu ( Email: ) reports.
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