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[ Masterweb Reports: Emma Elekwa reports ] - The Kaduna State University chapters of Senior Staff Association, Non Academic Staff union and National Association of Technologists have joined the nationwide indefinite strike declared by unions on Monday.
Mr Kantoma Bala, Chairman of the universities senior staff association, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kaduna on Tuesday, that the three unions had formed a Joint Action Committee to monitor the strike.
"It is a national strike and the non academic staff unions are part of the respective national bodies.
"We began the indefinite strike as directed by our respective national leadership over the failure of the Federal Government to implement the 2009 agreement with the union," he said.
NAN reports that the agreement was supposed to address the problem of inadequate funding of public universities, poor governance and administrative lapses.

Other issues that prompted the strike include poor infrastructure, abandoned projects, fragmentation of salary payments to staff, and lack of adequate teaching and learning facilities among others.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - The Federal Government says the sophistication being used in hiding stolen funds is amazing. Foreign Affairs Minister Geoffrey Onyeama stated this while addressing State House correspondents after the Federal Executive Council meeting.
Asked how much was stolen from Nigeria, Onyeama responded: "It's an ongoing thing. we've been discovering all the time because you see, the sophistication that there is today in hiding money around the world is amazing. Even western countries themselves have a lot of problems and it takes them a lot of time and they discovered about the Panama papers. Nobody knew about all those funds illegally stashed until you suddenly have the revelations under the Panama papers.
"So, it's really an ongoing thing and then new ones coming up all the time, as you saw recently we never knew about the US eve-droping on some telephone conversations of members of the previous governments and private sectors talking about investments that were made in the United States, it just suddenly came out like that, so its an ongoing thing."
The minister recalled that President Muhammadu Buhari had cooperated with former British Prime Minister David Cameron to organise a global conference on anti-corruption.
He said Buhari had also made industrialized nations buy into looted funds' recovery, noting that "For a very long period of time, it was not a priority for industrialized countries to worry about money flowing from developing countries into their banks because as far as they're concerned, they've their own image of rulers of third world countries."
Onyeama explained that Buhari addressed contemporary global issues at the just concluded 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York because "he was speaking to the international audience on a global stage and the UN is there for global issues.
"So, I think it's absolutely in order because Nigeria is part of a global community addressing global issues. But he addressed all those issues covering also all the things that affect Nigeria as a country. Mr President came in, he outlined three priorities: security, governance anti-corruption and the economy."
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[ Masterweb Reports: Linus Effiong reports ] - The Deputy Director, Public Relations of the 82 Division, Col lsagir Musa has called on Abians to collaborate with the military in dealing with emerging security challenges peculiar to the South-Eastern Region.
He said the essence of the exercise Python Dance ll, in the zone is to enhance troops’ preparedness and proficiency in dealing with emerging security challenges peculiar to the region, such as kidnapping, armed robbery, communal crisis, farmers-herdsmen clashes, cultism, violent agitations and insurgency, among others.
A press statement signed by Musa said despite the initial opposition to Operation Python Dance II by the outlawed Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) members and their sympathizers the general area of the South East especially Aba is now fully stabilized.
"The 82 Division Nigerian Army wishes to reassure the public that it is poised to maintaining the peace and security in the entire South-Eastern Region," Musa stated.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Seun Opejobi reports ] - The founder of Inri Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Babatunde Elijah Ayodele has released more prophecies on the Biafra agitation spearheaded by the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu and the 2019 presidential election.
Speaking with Sunday Tribune, the Primate said Kanu had taken the wrong step in his fight for the actualization of Biafra.
Ayodele also stated that a Northerner will still rule Nigeria in 2019.
The clergy man insisted that Nigeria will disintegrate by 2035.
According to Ayodele, "Nnamdi Kanu has taken the wrong step in his fight for Biafra. He cannot actualise it.
"But the government must dialogue with him because his agitation will cause pandemonium. There will be a lot of factions within the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB). Some people would penetrate the group in order to cause issues.
"Besides, I see a major referendum in the nearest future; it is not now. No government can stop the disintegration of Nigeria. Only God can stop it.
"Note my words: only God can stop Nigeria’s disintegration, but it is not yet time. By 2035, Nigeria will be no more. Five nations will come out of the country. Two will be greater than three."
Speaking on Nigeria’s 2019 general election, Ayodele said: "Neither the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) nor the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) can take Nigeria to the next level.
"I have five names of people who can take Nigeria to the next level, but it is not yet time to announce them. You know the way we are in this country. Should I announce those names, they would tell me that I have been bribed.
"Unfortunately, President Muhammadu Buhari cannot take Nigeria anywhere. Atiku Abubakar cannot take Nigeria anywhere. He should consult God before stepping in.
"When Dr Goodluck Jonathan wanted to re-contest in 2015, I told him to consult God. Atiku should consult God so that his ambition will not ruin his image or personality. He must watch out. Buhari’s second term is not the best for Nigeria. He knows that.
"He should leave in 2019 and pick someone else from his party. A northerner will still rule in 2019. No South-West governor will rule in 2019."
Ayodele, had few weeks ago released prophecies regarding the unity of Nigeria and the agitation for Biafra. Ayodele predicted that Biafra will be actualized but not through Kanu.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Lami Sadiq reports ] - The Management of University of Jos on Thursday said the institution will resume academic activities on Monday 25th September, 2017.

It said this follows the decision of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to suspend its strike.
A statement signed by the University’s Registrar, Monday Danjem today stated that, "the University of Jos hereby informs all students of the university that academic activities will resume in the university on Monday 25th September, 2017.
He added that, "On resumption, all students are to report to their various departments for further directives."
It will be recalled that the institution was in the middle of its first semester exams at the time ASUU announced the strike action.

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[ Masterweb Reports: Ismail Mudashir reports ] - Fourteen Nigerian researchers have been selected for C.V Raman Fellowship program being sponsored by the Indian government.
A statement by the Deputy High Commissioner, Kaisar Alam, said the objective of C.V. Raman Fellowship was to provide opportunity for Nigerian researchers, as well as those from other African countries, to conduct collaborative research in various areas of science and technology in different Indian universities and other institutions under guidance of scientists in India.
"This year 14 scholars from Nigeria have been awarded the C.V. Raman Fellowship to pursue research programme in various disciplines including conversion of Agricultural Wastes to Liquid Hydrocarbons; Immunology; Sedimentology and Petroleum Geology in educational institutions of high repute in India," he said.
He said the researchers will shortly depart Nigeria for India to carry out their research programme.
"The research work is fully funded by the Government of India. The selected scholars from Nigeria visited the High Commission on 16 August, 2017 and had useful interaction with the High Commissioner on matters relating to their research and other issues," he said.
He said the beneficiaries will spend between three and six months in various universities in India.
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[ Masterweb Reports: Balarabe Alkassim reports ] - The wife of President Muhammadu Buhari and founder of Future Assured Programme, Aisha Buhari, will sponsor a week-long skills acquisition training for1000 Bauchi State women and youths.
The women and youths will be trained in various skills during the week-long event which was flagged off by Governor Mohammed Abubakar at the Multi-Purpose Indoor Sports Hall Bauchi.
Governor Abubakar who was represented by the Executive Chairman Bauchi state Commission for Women and Youth Rehabilitation and Development (BACYWORD), Barrister Ahmed Umar Farouk Gwadabe commended the president’s wife for her effort to empower women and youths.
In his presentation, the Permanent Commissioner 1 BACYWORD, Dr Babayo Usman said Bauchi State government was worried about the situation of women and youths in the state, which he said prompted Governor Abubakar to unveil a plan to tackle social vices through a workable mechanism that will forestall youth restiveness and other vices.
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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
“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.”
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[ 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."

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[ 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."


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