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PDP, APC in war of words ...Over membership drive INEC caught in crossfire We’re ready for 2015 polls – Police

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he Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) alleged yesterday that the ongoing membership registration exercise by the All Progressive Congress (APC) was a ploy on its part to set the stage for the rejection of the results of next year’s general elections in the country. The ruling party also accused the APC of clandestine moves to lay mines in the way of a successful conduct of the 2015 general elections, insisting that it is in collaboration with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). INEC also came under criticism by the ruling party for allegedly allowing the APC the use of its polling booths in its drive for members. “We wish to condemn this brazen hijack of INEC polling booths for a partisan membership registration. The unlawful use of INEC polling booths is a clear violation of laid down electoral norms and rules that safeguard its sanctity for the purpose of elections and against illegal conversion for partisan reasons.� The National Publicity Secretary of PDP, Chief Olisa Metuh, at a press conference yesterday in Abuja chided the APC for attempting to present a whopping 28 million mem>>Continued on Pages 2 & 3

L-R: Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Kenneth Minimah; Chief of Defence Staff, Air Marshal Alex Badeh; Chief of Naval Staff, Rear Adm. Usman Jibrin; Commandant General, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Dr Ade Abolurin, and Chief of Air Staff, Air Vice Marshal Adesola Amosu, at the pulling out parade of the former Chief of Defence PHOTO: NAN Staff in Abuja‌yesterday.

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L-R: Board member of the ICPC, Prof. Olu Aina; Acting Chairman, Fiscal Responsibility Commission, Barrister Victor Chinemerem Muruako; Chairman, Independent Corrupt Practices and other related Offences Commission(ICPC), Barrister Nta Ekpo; board member, ICPC, Dame Julie Nwariaku; and board member, ICPC, Alh. Isa Ozi Salami during a discussion on Fiscal Prudence of the management of national resources in Abuja...yesterday.

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. S President, Barack Obama, has restated his administrationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s resolve to support Nigeria in the      terrorism in the country. According to Laolu Akande, the Executive Director of Christian Association of NigerianAmericans (CANAN), Obama said this at the 62nd National Prayer Breakfast at the Washington Hilton on Thursday. The National Prayer Breakfast, which holds in the U.S Capital every          by every president since Dwight Eisenhower.       Vice President Joe Biden, members of both the cabinet and the congress, joined President Obama. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve pledged our support to the people of Nigeria, who deserve to worship in their churches and mosques in peace, free from terror,â&#x20AC;? CANAN quoted Obama as saying. The U.S President also advocated religious freedom around the world. Obama expressed concern that while faith sustains, â&#x20AC;&#x153;itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s also clear that around the world, freedom of religion is under

threat.â&#x20AC;? Recalling his own personal experience, the American president acknowledged that the Lord â&#x20AC;&#x153;directed my path to Chicago and my work with churches that were intent on breaking the cycle of poverty in hardhit communities there. â&#x20AC;&#x153;And Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m grateful not only because I was broke and the church fed me, but because it led to everything else. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It led me to embrace Jesus Christ as my Lord and Saviour. It led me

   my life - and it blessed us with two extraordinary daughters. It led me to public service. â&#x20AC;?And the longer I serve, especially in moments of trial or doubt, the more thankful I am of Godâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s guiding hand.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Obama spoke few months after the State Department designated Boko Haram  Terrorist Organisation !" There have also been media reports that the U.S military would be training their Nigerian counterparts in the effort to properly combat terror groups in the country and in the West African region. Akande, however, noted that CANAN welcomed the continued

focus of the U.S government and the support of  # # " â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is our hope and expectation that with the active support of the U.S. government, Nigerian Christians and others would have a sigh of relief. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We call for greater and increasing support

from the U.S government, especially in the area of going after terror kingpins within the con $  " â&#x20AC;&#x153;And also supporting the ongoing operations of the Nigerian military to end the carnage in North-Eastern Nigeria,â&#x20AC;? Akande added.

o fewer than 20 political parties yesterday in Abuja vowed to go to court in protest over their exclusion from nominating delegates to the National Conference, despite satisfying all the conditions. The National Chairman of Progressive Peoples Alliance (PPA), Mr. Peter Ameh, told journalists after the partyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s National Working Committee meeting that he had received the mandate of other parties, for the PPA to sue for itself and on behalf of others. According to Ameh, the PPA is aggrieved by the decision of the Presidential Advisory Committee on National Dialogue as released by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Senator Pius Anyim, to exclude over 20 political parties from the National Conference. Ameh said PPA is the platform on which exgovernor Ikedi Ohakim of Imo State, Governor Theodore Orji of Abia State as well as Senator Uche Chukwumerije contested and won elections before defecting to the Peoples Democratic Party. Also, the man currently representing Ekenemo 2 State Constituency, Victor Prezi of Bayelsa State House of Assembly is a member of the party.

He said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our party      vision to be part of the conference. One of the conditions is that a party must have a NWC, National Executive Committee with Headquarters in Abuja and we have State and Ward Executives. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If you want to go by the provision of Section 78 (2) of the Electoral Act (as amended), our      that condition because it does not require that a man must win House of Representatives election for us to become a parliamentary party. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The State House of Assembly is also a parliamentary election. We have a member in Bayelsa State House of Assembly who came in the 2011 election. There has not been any election in which we have failed. We have participated in the governorship elections in Sokoto and Ondo states and other elections. That       >dependent National Electrical Commission.â&#x20AC;? Ameh complained that PPA members would be disenfranchised from the National Conference, adding that, â&#x20AC;&#x153;for this reason, we are not going to take it lightly. We will use every lawful means to be able to ensure that members of our party will not be oppressed in a very unjustly manner.

Police ready for 2015 general elections, says IGP

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he Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mr Mohammed Abubakar, declared yesterday in Lagos that the force is set for the 2015 general elections both in terms of personnel and equipment. Abubakar said this when he briefed the press on the police preparation for the elections during the Pull-Out Parade of     =ers at the Ikeja Police College. \  =ers had undergone training and some were still currently on training at {  ing anti-terrorism training. The I.G said the Force had taken delivery of {    

would help it provide adequate security during and after elections in 2015. On the posting of Mr Joseph Mbu, the former Commissioner of police in Rivers State, Abubakar said there was nothing special about it. He said the posting was part of routine movement = # ``Mbuâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s redeployment is just routine in the Force   =  to beef up security somewhere. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are other of      places for security strategies,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122; he said. Abubakar commended   {     =    | ticularly at the medical unit where some of the of-

 Â&#x2026; years. ``I, therefore, congratulate you and your families for the opportunity which God bestowed on you. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I also congratulate you for great ideas and excellent services rendered to our nation. ``Your various programmes have greatly uplifted the Nigeria Police Medical Services. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They have done the entire police populace much good. We shall build on them and stay healthy,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Abubakar said. Responding, Mr Alex Okeke, an Assistant Inspector-General of Police(AIG), in his valedictory speech, thanked the force for the privilege given to him and others to serve in various capaci-

ties. Okeke urged all segments of the force to unite for the success of each unit in the organisation. ``One issue I must comment on is the unnecessary professional rivalry that we have allowed to creep into our service delivery. ``I do not have to remind us that health care       { where every professional group is required to bring         the patient,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122; he said. X  =sent were pulled-out by =  ily members and friends watched in admiration. Mr Mike Okiro, Chairman, Police Service Commission, was among dignitaries present.




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NSE Daily Summary (Equities) at 07/02/2014

Market records +0.02% modest gain Marcell Dike

T

he equities market closed yesterday on a positive note as NSE ASI appreciated by +0.02% to close at 40,773.50 basis points, compared with the depreciation of -0.28% recorded previously. Its Year-to-Date (YTD) returns currently stands at -1.34%. Market breadth closed positive as INTENEGINS leads 30 gainers

against 18 losers topped by TRANSEXPR at the end of todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s session- an improved performance when compared with previous outlook. Market turnover closes positive as volume traded appreciated by +4.31% against +4.29% upbeat recorded in previous session. DIAMONDBNK, ZENITHBANK, and FBNH were the most active to boost market

turnover. ZENITHBANK and GUARANTY top market value list. NSE Insurance records +1.12% to top the sectorial performance among others while NSE Oil is the worst hit with -1.31% loss recorded today. UNITYBNK leads the list of active stocks that record impressive volume spike at the end of the session.

STOCK

CLOSE

GAINERS: TOP-5 GAIN

DANGCEM UACN OKOMUOIL CONOIL PRESCO

238.00 67.00 41.00 50.00 43.62

240.00 69.00 42.45 50.98 43.99

STOCK

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LOSERS: TOP-5 GAIN

154.93 22.71 23.00 19.48 9.08

154.00 21.83 22.23 19.11 8.79

NB OANDO ZENITHBANK ASHAKACEM ACCESS

Symbol 7UP ABCTRANS ACADEMY ACCESS AFRIPRUD AGLEVENT

Opening Price 71.40 0.93 2.43 9.08 3.20 1.78

High 71.40 0.93 2.43 9.10 3.38 1.78

Low 71.40 0.93 2.43 8.70 3.14 1.78

Closing Price 71.40 0.93 2.43 8.79 3.36 1.78

Change (+) 0.00 0.00 0.00 -0.29 0.16 0.00

% Price Change 0.00 0.00 0.00 -3.19 5.00 0.00

Trades 1 1 1 1 1 1

Volume 1,839 483,180 200 15,377,279 12,960,614 51,633

Value 137,869.83 448,787.41 462.00 135,670,160.00 42,928,368.00 89,696.10

AIICO AIRSERVICE

0.89 3.14

0.94 3.14

0.90 3.14

0.91 3.14

0.02 0.00

2.25 0.00

1 1

4,658,463 10,001

4,299,135.50 32,603.26

ALEX ALUMACO ASHAKACEM AUSTINLAZ AVONCROWN BECOPETRO BERGER BETAGLAS BOCGAS CAP CCNN CHAMS CILEASING CONOIL CORNERST COSTAIN COURTVILLE CUSTODYINS CUTIX CWG DAARCOMM DANGCEM DANGFLOUR DANGSUGAR DIAMONDBNK DNMEYER ETERNA ETI ETRANZACT EVANSMED FBNH FCMB FIDELITYBK FIDSON FLOURMILL FO FTNCOCOA GLAXOSMITH GNI GUARANTY GUINEAINS GUINNESS HMARKINS HONYFLOUR

10.50 7.75 19.48 2.00 1.63 0.50 9.92 19.47 6.66 47.68 10.72 0.50 0.55 50.00 0.51 1.99 0.80 2.30 2.14 5.85 0.50 238.00 9.50 11.73 6.80 1.36 4.16 14.80 2.32 3.13 14.43 3.81 2.38 3.00 87.00 102.21 0.50 69.00 0.73 27.32 0.50 219.40 0.50 4.00

10.50 7.75 19.11 2.00 1.63 0.50 9.92 19.47 6.66 48.00 10.72 0.50 0.56 50.98 0.50 2.07 0.80 2.40 2.24 5.85 0.50 240.00 9.50 11.80 6.85 1.42 4.01 14.99 2.32 3.13 14.70 3.75 2.40 3.00 87.00 102.21 0.50 69.00 0.76 27.50 0.50 219.25 0.50 4.05

10.50 7.75 19.11 2.00 1.63 0.50 9.92 19.47 6.66 48.00 10.72 0.50 0.55 50.00 0.50 2.00 0.76 2.30 2.10 5.85 0.50 239.94 9.50 11.64 6.72 1.42 3.98 14.71 2.32 3.13 14.13 3.72 2.35 2.98 87.00 102.21 0.50 69.00 0.76 27.40 0.50 218.90 0.50 3.99

10.50 7.75 19.11 2.00 1.63 0.50 9.92 19.47 6.66 48.00 10.72 0.50 0.55 50.98 0.50 2.01 0.80 2.30 2.24 5.85 0.50 240.00 9.50 11.64 6.85 1.42 4.00 14.82 2.32 3.13 14.70 3.72 2.37 3.00 87.00 102.21 0.50 69.00 0.76 27.48 0.50 219.25 0.50 4.03

0.00 0.00 -0.37 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.32 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.98 -0.01 0.02 0.00 0.00 0.10 0.00 0.00 2.00 0.00 -0.09 0.05 0.06 -0.16 0.02 0.00 0.00 0.27 -0.09 -0.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.03 0.16 0.00 -0.15 0.00 0.03

0.00 0.00 -1.90 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.67 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.96 -1.96 1.01 0.00 0.00 4.67 0.00 0.00 0.84 0.00 -0.77 0.74 4.41 -3.85 0.14 0.00 0.00 1.87 -2.36 -0.42 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 4.11 0.59 0.00 -0.07 0.00 0.75

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

200 139 234,511 400 59,902 1,866,153 5,862 59,046 1,200 321,633 81,706 100,000 7,104,951 433,715 1,085,000 2,372,165 572,000 1,272,861 675,084 2,035 4,000 331,847 115,456 3,072,628 26,787,453 174,078 1,297,486 5,981,823 200 300 20,471,326 1,342,924 5,576,696 3,236,580 144,424 182,001 1,000 234,389 716,000 15,182,202 850 495,342 500 1,290,980

1,996.00 1,024.43 4,526,489.50 840.00 97,640.26 933,076.50 57,047.60 1,206,894.50 7,596.00 15,425,630.00 867,256.12 50,000.00 3,920,078.00 21,908,118.00 542,900.00 4,851,498.50 445,060.00 2,939,852.50 1,458,783.12 10,767.85 2,000.00 79,635,824.00 1,097,733.25 36,043,020.00 183,229,440.00 245,625.92 5,183,538.50 88,666,768.00 464.00 894.00 294,339,776.00 5,028,189.50 13,295,777.00 9,708,527.00 12,500,780.00 18,825,152.00 500.00 16,172,924.00 544,160.00 417,151,808.00 425.00 108,389,376.00 250.00 5,189,327.50

CHANGE % 2.00 2.00 1.45 0.98 0.37

CHANGE % -0.93 -0.88 -0.77 -0.37 -0.29


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NSE Daily Summary (Equities) at 07/02/2014 Symbol

Opening Price

High

Low

Closing Price Change (+)

% Price Change

Trades

Volume

Value

IHS IKEJAHOTEL INFINITY INTBREW INTENEGINS IPWA JAPAULOIL JBERGER JOHNHOLT LASACO LEARNAFRCA LINKASSURE LIVESTOCK MANSARD MAYBAKER MOBIL MORISON MULTITREX MULTIVERSE NAHCO NASCON NB NCR NEIMETH NEM NESTLE NIG-GERMAN NIGERINS NIGROPES NNFM NPFMCRFBK NSLTECH OANDO OASISINS OKOMUOIL PHARMDEKO PORTPAINT PRESCO PRESTIGE PZ REDSTAREX RESORTSAL ROYALEX RTBRISCOE SCOA SKYEBANK STACO STANBIC STERLNBANK THOMASWY TOTAL TOURIST TRANSCORP TRANSEXPR UAC-PROP UACN UBA UBCAP UBN UNILEVER UNIONDAC UNITYBNK UNITYKAP UPDCREIT UPL UTC VITAFOAM VONO WAPCO WAPIC WEMABANK ZENITHBANK

3.90 0.75 1.64 28.95 0.75 0.68 0.59 71.00 1.40 0.50 1.71 0.50 4.18 2.38 2.37 122.00 1.91 0.50 0.50 5.92 13.92 154.93 16.83 2.27 0.81 1140.00 7.36 0.50 7.46 22.01 0.80 0.62 22.71 0.50 41.00 1.60 5.25 43.62 0.67 38.00 4.40 0.50 0.66 1.27 5.32 4.00 0.50 20.00 2.29 0.83 175.00 4.08 4.11 2.60 19.99 67.00 8.18 2.17 9.50 54.00 0.50 0.50 0.50 10.00 4.15 0.60 5.09 1.66 108.00 1.00 1.06 23.00

3.90 0.77 1.64 29.00 0.81 0.65 0.61 71.00 1.33 0.50 1.77 0.50 4.18 2.49 2.37 123.99 1.91 0.50 0.50 6.10 13.97 154.15 16.83 2.38 0.81 1140.00 7.36 0.50 7.46 22.01 0.80 0.62 22.65 0.51 42.45 1.60 5.25 43.99 0.67 38.00 4.40 0.50 0.66 1.33 5.32 4.00 0.50 20.00 2.29 0.83 175.01 4.08 4.15 2.47 19.99 69.00 8.17 2.27 9.50 54.01 0.50 0.50 0.50 10.00 4.09 0.60 5.09 1.66 108.00 1.00 1.10 22.99

3.90 0.77 1.64 29.00 0.78 0.65 0.57 71.00 1.33 0.50 1.77 0.50 4.12 2.49 2.37 122.00 1.91 0.50 0.50 6.01 13.85 153.50 16.83 2.18 0.79 1140.00 7.36 0.50 7.46 22.01 0.80 0.60 21.75 0.50 42.35 1.60 5.25 43.50 0.67 38.00 4.40 0.50 0.66 1.32 5.32 3.98 0.50 19.99 2.29 0.83 175.01 4.08 4.11 2.47 19.99 68.99 7.90 2.13 9.50 54.00 0.50 0.50 0.50 10.00 4.00 0.60 5.00 1.66 108.00 1.00 1.02 22.23

3.90 0.77 1.64 29.00 0.81 0.65 0.61 71.00 1.33 0.50 1.77 0.50 4.18 2.49 2.37 122.00 1.91 0.50 0.50 6.01 13.97 154.00 16.83 2.38 0.80 1140.00 7.36 0.50 7.46 22.01 0.80 0.62 21.83 0.50 42.45 1.60 5.25 43.99 0.67 38.00 4.40 0.50 0.66 1.32 5.32 4.00 0.50 20.00 2.29 0.83 175.01 4.08 4.11 2.47 19.99 69.00 7.99 2.26 9.50 54.01 0.50 0.50 0.50 10.00 4.03 0.60 5.09 1.66 108.00 1.00 1.02 22.23

0.00 2.67 0.00 0.17 8.00 -4.41 3.39 0.00 -5.00 0.00 3.51 0.00 0.00 4.62 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.52 0.36 -0.60 0.00 4.85 -1.23 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -3.87 0.00 3.54 0.00 0.00 0.85 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.94 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.01 0.00 0.00 -5.00 0.00 2.99 -2.32 4.15 0.00 0.02 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -2.89 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -3.77 -3.35

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

25,000 66,758 600 986,995 1,630,051 71,000 3,759,822 165,245 84,414 35,000 1,061,859 2,100 251,281 286,400 168,717 133,825 500 3,684 105,000 693,347 288,455 1,976,205 394 2,517,776 3,784,708 87,952 120 100,000 200 500 115,000 705,725 8,561,945 1,500,000 408,802 500 2,000 338,930 117,700 144,816 84,025 1,160,000 17,875 460,339 932 4,849,085 550 1,011,099 3,325,990 1,100 17,953 200 16,706,084 533,264 89,551 520,591 14,712,884 14,459,835 130,572 384,372 1,000,000 20,317,576 4,400 15,000 692,270 173,657 700,433 21,375 655,370 214,956 1,562,799 22,685,669

95,000.00 51,313.66 1,020.00 28,525,844.00 1,311,293.75 46,150.00 2,200,630.00 11,705,310.00 112,270.62 17,500.00 1,878,279.00 1,050.00 1,040,978.69 711,796.00 412,063.81 16,350,516.00 910.00 1,842.00 52,500.00 4,212,177.00 4,005,597.50 303,999,008.00 6,300.06 5,802,348.50 3,025,607.25 100,142,880.00 840.00 50,000.00 1,418.00 10,455.00 92,150.00 430,579.31 188,394,704.00 755,000.00 17,286,492.00 800.00 10,800.00 14,803,535.00 76,009.00 5,381,186.50 366,111.00 580,000.00 11,515.35 607,936.75 4,715.92 19,391,066.00 275.00 20,222,212.00 7,611,837.00 869.00 3,148,708.50 776.00 69,004,768.00 1,317,162.12 1,877,223.38 35,952,296.00 117,948,128.00 32,303,056.00 1,223,801.25 20,764,550.00 500,000.00 10,158,788.00 2,200.00 142,500.00 2,807,980.50 104,438.25 3,518,618.75 33,772.50 70,840,760.00 215,445.89 1,615,004.38 508,018,368.00

0.00 0.02 0.00 0.05 0.06 -0.03 0.02 0.00 -0.07 0.00 0.06 0.00 0.00 0.11 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.09 0.05 -0.93 0.00 0.11 -0.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -0.88 0.00 1.45 0.00 0.00 0.37 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.05 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.01 0.00 0.00 -0.13 0.00 2.00 -0.19 0.09 0.00 0.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -0.12 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -0.04 -0.77


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Politics

Kwara politics one year after Baba Oloye Bisi Adedayo, Ilorin

P

olitical developments in the Kwara - the ‘State of Harmony,’ - in recent times give indication that the 2015 general elections will not only be interesting, but may not be a walkover for the ruling party. At the moment, the political gladiators have started assembling their ‘arsenal’ in the bid to control the soul of the state. One year after the demise of the strongman of Kwara politics, Dr. Olusola Saraki, political events in the 43 year-old state have changed significantly. During his life time, Saraki was the kingmaker in the state and exercised political authority for about four decades. Although his leadership encountered stiff opposition and resistance at different times, the former Senate leader defeated his opponents all the same, with convincing understanding of their weaknesses, opportunities he tapped so well by providing the needs of his people, majority of them women. Although the late Waziri of Ilorin made his eldest son and scion of the Saraki dynasty Dr. Bukola Saraki, who was governor for 8 years - his successor, Bukola’s ability to continually earn the loyalty of Oloye’s followers has not proven to match his dad’s. Since the demise of his father, the political situation in Kwara has changed tremendously even though Bukola has not been leaving any stone unturned to continously oil the machinary of the political dynasty. A cross-section of Oloye’s political apostles and acolytes such as those who now pitch their tent with the President Goodluck Jonathan’s faction of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has vowed not to “serve father and son.” For them, Bukola has not got what it takes to wear the big shoes left behind by his father. Thus, events in the political arena of the state in the last one year have proved that all may not be well with the famed Saraki political dynasty as Bukola seems not to be enjoying the support expected from his father’s loyalists, let alone the leadership of the whole state. Interestingly, his siblings - Senator Gbemisola SarakiFowora and Laolu - appear

not to be operating on the same frequency with their elder brother. While Bukola led his supporters out of the PDP, the duo of Gbemisola and his younger brother remain in the party. Among those who vowed not to recognise Bukola’s leadership of the politics of the state are his kinsmen from the Ilorin Emirate. They include co-contestant in the senatorial primaries, Alhaji L. A. K. Jimoh; Chairman, Federal Character Commission (FCC) and former Vice Chancellor, University of Ilorin, Prof. Shuaib Oba Abdulraheem; Presidential aspirant under the defunct National Republican Convection (NRC) and Tafida of Ilorin, Dr. Amuda Aluko; Governorship candidate of the defunct Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) in 2011, Mohammed Dele Belgore, (SAN); Dr. Sa’ad Omoiya and Mr. Kunle Sulyman. Those who neither followed Saraki to the PDP nor bowed to his leadership from Kwara South and Kwara North include his deputy while in office, Chief Joel Ogundeji; his colleague in the upper legislative chamber Senate third term Senator, Simeon Sule Ajibola; his predecessor, Senator Suleiman Makanjuola Ajadi; state governorship candidate of the Accord Party in 2007, Col. Theophilus Bamigboye (rtd); Kwara South senatorial candidate of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN), Yisa Lola Ashiru; former chairman, Ifelodun Local Government Council of the state, Chief Rex Olawoye; and former state Commissioner for Information under Bukola’s regime and erstwhile National President of National Youth Council of Nigeria, Mr. Ben Duntoye. Others are former Minister of Sports and one-time Speaker, Kwara State House of Assembly, Hon. Isa Bio Ibrahim; former member, House of Representatives, Engr. Yinusa Yahaya and former state Commissioner for Works and Transport, Engr. Yinusa Afolabi, among others. A political pundit who did not want his name in print, opined that the emergence of the late Oloye as a political leader in the state was a collective decision of majority of Kwara people and not self-appointed as done by Continued on Page 16


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Politics

After Baba Oloye, who controls Kwara politics?

Continued from Page 15

his successor and son. “The late Saraki lived for his people, particularly the down-trodden. It was Ilorin people that unanimously chose Baba Saraki as their leader; he didn’t impose himself on the people; he loved his followers to a fault and the people reciprocated that with their unalloyed support and loyalty. Above all, his philanthropy was unparallel; he was humble and gave all the people around him - no matter their creed or religion - a sense of belonging,” he maintained. This school of thought contends that Bukola does not have the qualities of his father. To them, it is completely absurd to serve a father and still serve his son. Notwithstanding the opposition, Bukola emerged as the party leader with an assurance to the people that the Saraki family would continue to ensure their wellbeing as done by his father during his lifetime. Despite threats to Bukola’s leadership across the three senatorial districts of the state, the ‘Emerging Tiger’ also enjoys unalloyed supports of majority of the people including those at the grassroots level. For instance, Saraki adopted a consensus arrangement in his former party through which all the newly elected 15 local government chairmen in the state emerged. The workability of the consensus arrangement clearly manifested in the victory recorded by the PDP in the October 26, council polls last year. The victory, coupled with the reclaiming of Offa, the only council in the state hitherto under the control of the opposition, made the Leader - as Bukola is fondly called - to be in total control of the state. The former governor said the outcome of the election confirmed “the promises of the people that they truly believe and have confidence in our leadership and in our government. The people have spoken on where they belong, and who they are with.” If the array of important personalities that attended

Alhaji Abubakar

Mu’azu the one-year remembrance prayer for the late Waziri of Ilorin is anything to go by, Bukola has not only emerged as the political leader of the state, but close to a national figure in the political equation of the country. Bukola declared that the political structure left behind by his father “is faring well. Though the vacuum created by the demise of my father has been very difficult to fill, the family is doing its best to sustain his legacies.” No doubt, his role in the formation of the new PDP which recently pitched its tent with the All Progressives Congress (APC) is a pointer to the fact that Bukola is a force to reckon with in the scheme of things not only in the State of Harmony, but in the country generally. Bukola is also one of the leading lights of the defunct ‘new PDP’. Little wonder Alhaji Kawu Baraje, former acting national chairman of the PDP as well as Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed, and all the six members of the House of Representatives from the state; Senator Shaaba Lafiagi, the 16 local government chairmen and their councilors; 20 of the 22 former PDP members

Gov. Abdulfattah

Arc. Lola

Akande in the state House of Assembly, among others, dumped the PDP for the APC. Unarguably, Bukola would be the leader of the APC in the state, going by the deal he struck with the APC national leaders. Apparently confirming his predecessor’s leadership position, Governor Ahmed told the national leaders of the APC who came to the state last year to woo him and the leadership of the PDP, that it was only Bukola, the leader of the party, who could take a decision on their request based on their allegiance and loyalty to the Saraki political dynasty. Current political events in the state since the wedlock between the APC and the new PDP in the state are not without attendant hiccups. Majority of the old members of the APC who were aggrieved lamented

Sen. Gbemisola Saraki

Sen. Saraki that they were not carried along in the scheme of things, accusing their national leaders of sideling them by giving preferential treatment to the newcomers in the party. They contended that “although we are not objecting to Bukola and his people coming into the party, we will never accept the handing over of the party structure to him as being contemplated by the national leaders.” They described Bukola and his people as strangers being offered shelter by the APC

Although we are not objecting to Bukola and his people coming into the party, we will never accept the handing over of the party structure to him as being contemplated by the national leaders

and should not dictate the terms to those they met on ground. The state interim chairman of the party, Rev. Bunmi Olusona, warned of dire consequences to the party should the national leadership dare them and go ahead with the arrangement. This warning was corroborated by the Kwara Conscience, a group which claimed to be the most formidable within the APC in the state in a communiqué jointly signed by Elder Kayode Ajiboye, Kwara South; Oloyin Lateef Adebayo, Kwara Central and Princess Fatimoh Mahmud, Kwara North. It stated: “We vehemently opposed the handing over of APC structure to the defecting PDP as led by Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed. We don’t detest the PDP as a political party but those that have just defected from the party.” Also addressing his teeming supporters recently in Ilorin, Mohammed Dele Belgore, SAN, told them that he was still committed to the APC and would not dump the party, saying “we shall continue to review the situation as we go along.” He condemned the ways and manner the political marriage was consummated with the defunct new PDP members without stakeholders’ inputs “which in particular did not take into consideration the interests of those who laboured and toiled to nurture the APC to an enviable height in the state.” But the former governor assured that things would be sorted out amicably among all the stakeholders in the APC with a view to ensuring that the APC controls the state in the next political dispensation. From all indications, some pioneer members of the APC who still felt short- changed may be preparing their exit from the party even as it is being rumoured that they may cross carpet to the PDP. If the party succeeds in putting its house in order before the February 2015 general election, the political pendulum is likely to swing towards the APC. If not, the situation may be dicey and hazy for correct political permutation.


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APCโ€™ll soon collapseโ€“ Ajumbe Dr. Orikeze Ajumbe, a known politician, entertainment expert and Journalist whose name rings a bell across the country, having been the former Imo State chairman of All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP) and now National Publicity Secretary of the Progressives Peoplesโ€™ Alliance (PPA). He is of the opinion that All Progressives Congress (APC) pays lip service to democracy. In this interview with EMMA MGBEAHURIKE, he spoke on contemporary issues in the polity, ranging from why he left the ANPP, and his rejection of APC during the formative stages, coupled with the present position of Imo state. Excerpts:

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D ay A d a m awa s t o o d s t i l l f o r A P C, A t i k u Owolabi Adenusi, Yola

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ll Progressives Congress (APC) assembled in Yola, the capital of Adamawa State, recently at a grand rally that could be described as a muscle flexing ahead of the 2015 general elections. It sounded a warning to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to prepare for the post of opposition after the polls. At the event, national leadership of the APC which moved its secretariat to the state ushered into its fold former Vice President Atiku Abubakar and some of his foot soldiers. The Adamawa State chapter of the APC, which was earlier enmeshed in leadership crisis, proved that it has internal mechanism to contain power wrangling within its rank and file. Governor Murtala Nyako, who demonstrated sportsmanship spirit during the party’s crisis was able to weather the storm by resolving his political difference with Engr. Markus Gundiri, a former Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) governorship candidate, and Brigadier General Buba Marwa (rtd) to form an acceptable interim executive of the party after a crisis of party apparatus. Alas! Nyako surprised most of his political supporters when the national leader of the APC asked him to nominate five persons as members of the interim committee. He declined and only nominated two names from the new PDP who defected to the APC with him. At the rally, former Governor of Bayelsa State, Mr. Timiprey Sylva, stole the show when he apologised to the nation on behalf of the elders of Niger Delta “for selling a wrong candidate to Nigeria in the 2011 presidential election.” Sylva who delivered the message of the

Elders of South South on Monday, said the region was regretting the havoc caused the region by bad leadership, recalling that “in 2011, I was in Adamawa State with other elders of the Niger Delta, pleading with the North to vote for our son, President Goodluck Jonathan, whose administration is a complete failure to the entire nation. “Niger Delta region is regretting bringing an incompetent leader who has infected the nation with poverty, corruption and maladministration. I am here to team up with the North so that together we can salvage Nigeria from the pangs of deprivation. “The country is not performing; the ship is sinking due to poor leadership. Northern elite should massively votes out the ruling party come 2015 for Nigeria to meet the people’s yearning.” National leader of the APC, Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu, who also spoke, said the hour has come for well wishers to save the ship of the nation from wrecking under the leadership of the PDP, describing the acronyms as “Poverty Development Party.” Stressing that the APC would revamp the country and Adamawa State, he explained that the return of Atiku to the APC is a giant stride that would move democracy dividends forward. He added: “I welcome my friend, Atiku Abubakar, back home to the house which he contributed in building. “With the coming of Atiku into the APC, the PDP is on the brink of death. “We assure Nigerians that come 2015, we will bury the filth, the deceased PDP; we shall celebrate our successes so that we can rebuild Nigeria together.” He applauded Nyako’s efforts in resolving the internal crisis in the party.

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Atiku Also speaking, the interim national chairman of the APC, Chief Bisi Akande, who officially handed over the flag of the party to the interim state chairman, Mr. Kobis Thimnu, urged members of the party to commence registration because there won’t be registration by proxy. Equally, the former Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) boss, Mr. Nuhu

Change is coming to Nigeria; it is a must that it comes. The ouster of the PDP from power is imminent and it is only a matter of time as Nigerians are fed up with its reign of impunity. We will send it packing come 2015

Akande

Nyako Ribadu, harped on the unity of the party, explaining that unity and mutual respect were sure means to success. He noted that the APC has grown into a formidable force capable of uprooting the PDP. The former presidential candidate also advocated a level-playing ground for all stakeholders of the party, adding that the inclusive nature of the APC has gone beyond individuals. Gubernatorial candidate of the defunct Congress for Progressives Change (CPC) in the state in the last general election, Brigadier General Buba Marwa (rtd), recalled how the power squabble within the party was resolved, adding that the APC would effect the needed change to upturn the havoc caused by the PDP. He said: “In the beginning, you always have issues that need to be resolved. What is important is not the challenges we faced but how we were able to solve them. All outstanding issues have been resolved and we have all agreed to team up and put our heads together for us to be able to build one party called the APC. We call on our members and supporters to make sure

we work for the party to win future elections. My prayer is that the Almighty God will reward our work with success.” Senator Mohammed Bindow Jibrila who spoke on behalf of the defected senators, said that in the next election, the APC would form the centre government. Giving credence to Governor Nyako, Bindow assured that the APC would win the governorship seat in Adamawa, urging all stakeholders to remain in the fight to dethrone the PDP. He added that in the next few weeks other senators from the state would also defect. While taking his turn on the podium, Nyako thanked Atiku for joining hands to fight the bad leadership of the PDP, describing Atiku as his big brother in politics. Nyako, declared the return of Atiku as having kick-started the interment of the PDP in Nigeria. “We receive our senior brother in politics who has joined us today in the funeral prayers of the PDP and we, his followers are saying amen as we begin the process of burying the party for good,” he added. Atiku declared that he would not rest until democracy is rooted in the nation, adding that the days of the PDP in power are numbered. “Ousting the PDP is imminent as Nigerians are tired of its reign of misrule. “Change is coming to Nigeria; it is a must that it comes. The ouster of the PDP from power is imminent and it is only a matter of time as Nigerians are fed up with its reign of impunity. We will send it packing come 2015,” he stressed. According to him, “for that dream to come to fruition, all conscientious party faithful and Nigerians must ensure that they participate in the electoral processes by registering during the voter registration exercise.”


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Letters to the Editor VIOs and traffic jam in Lagos Eric Elezuo, Festac, Lagos.

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   ¼ ]   (VIOs) in a modern society, no doubt are noble and meant to bring sanity and checkmate the use rickety and accidentprone vehicles on our roads. Not only that, the VIOs are also meant to ensure that paper documentation of licences and other vehicle particulars are regularised by owners of vehicles.   ¼  ¼¼        #¼      º    out their functions without constituting public nuisance. Public impression of their activities is that they have joined the miscreants, touts and highway hawkers who without reason cause untold hardship to motorists and commuters alike through the slow movement of vehicles or

] Ă&#x201A;#     " On the Badagry Expressway - precisely at the Mile 2 point - the activities of VIOs do prevent # Ă?Âş ] " #  way in which they stop vehicles and conduct their enquiries on drivers is disheartening.



Âş  ]    damn about results in long stretch of immobile vehicles which line up from the Mile 2 bus top through to FESTAC First Gate and beyond. It is obvious that the process of checking 

ŸŸ     supposed to last more than few minutes; but commuters daily experience on that expressway, for instance, have shown that

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Life of Nigerian cultists in America By Paul Omoruyi

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t is now glaring that secret cults and their members permeate the entire Nigerian society from high school students to governors and lawmakers. Cultism has moved from who controls the campus to who controls the state houses of assembly, House of Representatives,       Âź  ] " Surprisingly enough, no Nigerian state or national leader - past or present - has had the political will or moral prowess to stop or at least decisively deal with the menace. Yes, cultism has become a menace to the Nigerian society. Cultism has been incentivised by Nigerian politicians and glamorised by low-life members. These cult members are psychologically depraved, unconscientiously ruinous and emotionally bankrupt with no value for human life. From Rivers to Edo State Houses of Assembly, we have seen again and again how cultists have hijacked the governments. It is no longer an intellectual lawmaking debates or supremacy of ideas that take place in our Houses of Assemblies or the peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s business in Government Houses. It is now about which cult group carries the day. What transpired in Rivers State House of Assembly on July 9 and 10, 2013 is just a tip of the iceberg. Sadly, it is only in Nigeria that these low-lives behave like emperors and warlords. Once they cross the shores of Nigeria, they become vegetative and useless to themselves. They cannot function productively. That is the case of a cult member (maybe former member(s)) I overheard in a restaurant in New York. For the sake of clarity, I will describe those discussing as friend 1 and friend 2. Friend 1: â&#x20AC;&#x153;O boy, this America self, e dey slow man well well ooo.â&#x20AC;? Friend 2: â&#x20AC;&#x153;My brother, no be small thing.â&#x20AC;? Friend 1: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sometimes I go look myself and say na me be dis?â&#x20AC;?

Friend 2: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Wetin we go do?â&#x20AC;? Friend 1: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Before I leave naija, even when I no dey work,    ž"Ă&#x160;# " Ă&#x201A;  " We get money well well from the election to run show. But for America, you go work work you cannot even boast of $1,000 for account.â&#x20AC;? Friend 2: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Man no dey get all those kind quick quick side money for America. Even the credit card runs wey boys be dey do don dabaru.â&#x20AC;? Friend 1: â&#x20AC;&#x153;E get as it go be men; I go just go back to Naija. Some of my small boys dey ride Pajero Jeep now for runs wey dem do for the last election. You know how much for tear rubber Pajero wey dem get?â&#x20AC;?

Friend 2: â&#x20AC;&#x153;I hear too oo. So that rumor na true?â&#x20AC;? Friend 1: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Na true now. You be think say na lie? This guy - we be room-mate for campus then.â&#x20AC;? Friend 2: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thank God you just remind me. How far for   Ă    Âź  ##Ă Ă&#x201E;  ž½Ă&#x192;Âş Ă       Âť to the school again. My GPA too low; so dem put me on Âź   Ă&#x201E;"      Âť"  #Âť  Ă&#x201A; ÂťĂ&#x201A; Âť

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To be continued next week


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Business & Economy

Pains & gains of Lagos megacity project Proposed Lagos-Badagry Expressway

No doubt, every administration worldwide is a case of different strokes for different folks. The Governor Babatunde Fashola’s administration in Lagos State is no exception. But the transformation which the administration and its predecessor initiated since 2003 with the Mega City project has both positive and negative impacts on residents of the country’s commercial capital, Lagos. BIODUN AKOMOLAFE reports.

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ne of the major motives of the Lagos State Government since Senator Bola Tinubu’s administration in 1999 has been to turn the country’s economic epicenter into one of the most modern mega cities of the 21st century. It all started in 2002 with the introduction of waste and traffic management agencies to address the traffic logjam and suffocating waste situations in the state. Then gradually a state which witnessed major construction works almost ten years before 1999 suddenly began to embark on rehabilitation of public infrastructures, and construction of

new roads. The trend gained momentum in 2007 when Babatunde Fashola (SAN) assumed office as governor. It focused on tackling the problems of human contributions to urban degeneration; the state began to arrest and prosecute street urchins otherwise called Area Boys, who had allegedly invaded the state from different parts of the country without any meaningful mission other than to commit atrocities in the metropolis. While governments tagged them miscreants, they identified themselves as hustlers determined to eke out a living, descent or not.

Oshodi, Agege Motorway before 2010

A visit to the office of the Special Tasked Force on Environment then located at the present site of Ikeja Shopping Mall near the state Secretariat, Alausa, and some detention centres in the state told the story of why no one without a defined mission should come to Lagos to ‘hustle’. Similarly, the various departments within the ramshackled complex told the story of articles of sales seized from street traders, and those who illegally extended their shops beyond the limit approved by the authorities. There were issues of signposts and bill boards alleged

to have been wrongly or illegally erected at some locations within the metropolis. Not only that, traders who thought it was their birthright to recklessly display their wares on Agege Motor Road in Oshodi, for instance, were corrected with a raid in January 2010. After the raid, the beauty reminiscent of Oshodi of the late 70s and early 80s was restored. The ovation became so loud for the Fashola administration, almost eclipsing and taking the shine off his predecessor, Senator Bola Tinubu whom he served as Chief of Staff. Continued on Page 22

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Pains & gains of Lagos Continued from Page 21

To the resident of Agege and Iyana Ipaja working in Surulere or Mushin areas, who had to navigate through Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way in Ikeja and Ikorodu Road before getting to their offices, the restoration of Oshodi and Agege Motor Road was the greatest gift from Fashola to them in 2010. While outsiders hailed the government for restoring sanity in parts of the State, Epe, Badagry, Lagos Island, Alakuko, Berger, Agege, Igando were in total confusion. Residents of the state kept asking what manner of government they voted for which, in less than one year, displaced them from their sources livelihood, and planted flowers instead. Those were the first signs of the Lagos Mega City project. To the elite, whose desire to drive without hindrance through well-paved and manicured road; motorways devoid of street hawkers and beggars, hailed Fashola as their hero. But for the roadside mechanic and his wife who had lived all their lives doing businesses at the road corner, with their children hawking at traffic jams to augment their parentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; income, Fashola is a carlous man. To them, this is a different Lagos, never as hellish. The displacement of Oshodi street traders and the demolition of illegal structures around the state were the deepest pains Fasholaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s administration inflicted on the 18 million estimated population of Lagos, 60 per cent of which live below poverty line. The Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), a project promoted under Public Private Participation (PPP) became functional, and there were airconditioned buses taking workers from various parts of the state to and from Lagos Island. But before long, the services of the BRT which was introduced to replaced the proscribed Molue buses has since

Marina before 2010

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deteriorated below what was offered by the latter. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A banker, who spoke with Saturday Newswatch on the state of the services rendered by BRT, described it as a big rip-off. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This government proscribed the use of Molues as commercial buses in many part of Lagos, and introduced the BRT; they deceived us with airconditioned buses for which we paid higher. No sooner had this came into effect than they gradually phased out the air-conditioned buses, and deployed buses that are worse than molue,â&#x20AC;? he lamented. Some other Lagosians alleged that governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s decision to demolish hundreds of houses along Iganmuâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;Badagry Expressway for the expansion of the existing road and construction of a light rail that would consist of blue-line districts on the outskirts and inner red-line destinations, has inflicted severe pains on them. They noted that pains inflicted on them with the demolition of their houses, offices and businesses along the expressway has caused them more pains than imagined. Similarly, the proposed multibillion dollar Eko Atlantic

City project has been described as another project under the Mega City initiative that has started impacting negatively on the common man in the Lagos metropolis. Critics, who argued that the project is set to widen and deepen the gulf between the rich and the poor, has started to inflict pains of imaginable proportion on the residents. They claimed that the only means of relaxation naturally given to the poor have been corned by the government for the elites with the sandfilling of the Bar Beach, which they now insisted was meant to erase the memories of relaxations from the psyche of the masses. In addition to the installation of traffic lights and streetlights, and flowers being planted, they asked that if all these are meant to transform Lagos from Mega slum to Mega city, where would the remaining greater population of about 15 million poor Lagosians live and earn their living in a situation where businesses are folding up on a daily basis. Also speaking about the Mega City project, a chartered quantity surveyor and builder, Mr. Bode Makinde, said the project is a

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%   $  %  %          & '  $   (   %    %)   % )   %   )      % welcome development that could reposition the state for better spatial management. He also added that it would promote a cleaner, better business environment and overall good health of the residents. He insisted that all these could not be attained without people experiencing one form of discomfort or another. The Chief Executive Officer of BOFAM Associates who likened the situation of Lagos State as at the time the Mega City project began to that of a pregnant woman in labour pains without the capacity to deliver through the normal process of childbirth; and if the family does not want her to die in the process, would engage the services of competent surgeons and gynecologist to operate on her, and successfully deliver her of the baby. He reasoned that at the end of the painful process, she and her baby would have been saved and the pains gone. He, however, reasoned that if the family does not want the body of their beautiful daughter/ wife to be incised to allow the baby to be brought out safely, they may risk losing the mother and child. Makinde believes that was the principle which Lagos government applied in the infrastructural and environmental re-engineering of the state. He argued that without the Mega City project in place, the entire system would have collapsed. And Lagos would have been turned to a big jungle where only the wildest residents survive. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Imagine a traffic situation where Lagos State Transport Management Agency (LASTMA) officials are not in operation or Kick Against Indiscipline (KAI) are not on ground to checkmate indiscriminate dumping of refuse on the streets. We all know what Danfo and Molue commercial drivers would have turned themselves into on the roads,â&#x20AC;? he explained. While he welcomed the Urban Renewal Programme of the


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megacity project Continued from Page 22

government, Makinde however noted that the process of the implementation and enforcement of construction of properties in Lagos seem to be defective even as government feigns ignorance, yet makes huge money from the distortion. “Consider the case of Victoria Island; the area was initially designated as purely residential, but offices have taken over, and government seems helpless about the situation, yet it makes good money from the process. The same could also be said of Ikoyi which is under serious encroachment as residences have been turned to offices. Mega offices of multinational companies are now located on the Islands because they have found advantages there. They could move from their homes to offices seamlessly. Though there are laws guiding building in those areas, they are never obeyed. “What is now in practice in the state is that the process of restructuring a property is getting beyond the average man in Lagos. Before you can restructure your property, you have to obtain permission from the government, and this process is very expensive and cumbersome,” the builder lamented. Similarly, he noted that the implementation of the building in the state may soon turn most landlords to tenants as they would not be able to bear the cost of maintaining or restructuring their buildings. The cost of building a new house or rehabilitating old ones is getting very high while the government is making much money from the arrangement. For instance, if you inherited an old property in Ikeja or Ebute Metta, the point is that you may want to restructure the building to your taste before you move in.

Ikeja now

Arik Air LOS - ABV: (Mon-Fri/Sat/Sun) 07.15, 09.15, 10.20, 13.05, 15.20, 16.20, 16.50, 18.45 ABV- LOS: (Mon-Fri/Sat/Sun): 07.15, 09.40, 10.20, 12.15, 15.15, 16.15, 17:10 (Sun) 12.15, 15.15, 16.15 LOS-PH: (Mon-Fri) 07.15, (Sun) 07.30, 11.40, 15:50 (Sat) 11.50, 3.50, 17:05 ABV-PH: 07.15, 11.20, 15.30 (Mon-Fri) 07.15, 16.00 (Sat) 13.10, 16.00 (Sun) PH-ABV: 08.45, 12.50, 17.00, (Mon-Fri) 08.45, 17.30 (Sat) 14.40, 17.30 (Sun) ABV-BENIN: (Mon-Fri/Sat) 08.00, 12.10 (Sun) 08.56, 12.10

Ikeja before project started

At present, the government’s policy on restructuring or building a property may make it difficult for a poor man to accomplish such a desire. The new owner has the option to either sell the property or pay the relevant charges. He observed that this has empowered government officials to milk most builders or house owners dry because of their incessant threat to stop or demolish such projects. He alleged that the officials, who are not necessarily interested in how much is paid into government coffers, would insist on being ‘settled’ before work resumes on the site. Makinde, who though believes that the pains of the Mega City project in the state may be hurting Lagosians, is however, consoled by its, envisaged to be in multiples, in the long run. “As a professional in this field, I could feel the pains myself. But my consolation is that, not too long from now, we shall all reap the benefits of the project,” he counseled.

Domestic Flight Schedule

What is now in practice in the state is that the process of restructuring a property is getting beyond the average man in Lagos State. Before you can restructure your properties, you have to obtain permission from the government, and this process is very expensive and cumbersome

Aero LOS-ABV: (Mon-Fri/Sat/Sun), 06. 50, 13.30, 16.30, 19.45, ABVLOS: 07.30; 13.00; 19.00 LOS- ABV (Sun) 12.30 16.45 (sat) ABV_LOS 10.30, 14.30, 19.30 18.30 Sat) LOS-BENIN: (Mon-Fri/Sat/Sun), 07.45, 11.00, 15.30, 12.30 (Sun 15.30 (Sat) BENIN-LOS: (Mon-Fri/Sat/Sun), 09.15, 12.30, 17.00 IRS LOS- AB: (Mon-Thur) 07.30, 8.30 7.45 8.45 09.30 10.30 11.30 12.30 13.30 14.30 15.30 16.30 17.30 LOS-KANO: 08.00 09.15 10.30 11.45 14.3015.40 18.15 19.30 LOS-MAID&YOLA: 09.30, 11.30 FRI-SUN 10.30 12.30 KANO-LAGOS 07.30 0.45 14.00 15.15 17.30 18.45 KANO- ABV 10.45, 11.30 ABV –LAGOS 09.00 10.30 11.00 12.00 13.00 MedView LOS –ABV (Mon -Fri) 07.00, 08.15, 08.50, 12.00, 14.00 ABV –LOS: (Mon –Fri) 09.00, 10.15, 15.00, 16.15, 18.30 19.4; ABV –YOLA: 13.00, 14.10 LOS –PH 17.00 18.00; PH-LOS 19.00, 21.00 Sats: LOS –ABV 08.00, 08.50, 09.15 ABV-LOS 10.00, 11.15, LOS –ABV 08.50, ABVYOL11.00, 12.10, YOL-ABV 13.00, 14.10, ABV-LOS 15.00. 1615: LOS-PH 12.30, 13.40, PHLOS 1420, 1530 SUNS: LOS-ABV 12.00, 13.15, 16.30, 17.45, ABV-YOL 13.55, 15.05, YOL-ABV 15.50, 17.00 ABV-LOS 17.30, 18.45, 1945 LOS-PH 11.30, 12.40, PH –LOS 13.30, 14.40


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Business & Economy

Sanitising taxation regime Marcell Dike

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lobally, taxation is a major avenue for governments to raise funds for various projects. However in Nigeria, failure in some forms of tax enforcement has always been an albatross which various governments, from the state to the Federal level have had reason to tackle. The success     #  Ă&#x2014;  respond appropriately, could be said to be       #Âź  require major realignment. 

 # $    importance cannot be overlooked, which is why many consultants such as H. Piersonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Powerhouse Coopers (PwC) and Accenture, #    Âź        #  for companies, which can easily help them stay in touch with revenue and expenditure,

       $    either to local government, state government or Federal governments. The Federal Inland Revenue Service indicated that â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Nigeriaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s current laws stipulate that taxation should be enforced by Federal, state, and local governments, with each having its sphere clearly spelt out in the Taxes and Levies (approved list for collection) Decree of 1998. Also, tax regulations pertain to investors both foreign and local.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;    $    #Âź   in facilitating transactions for individuals or organisations with government ministries, Âź #   " Ă&#x2014;  thereby required to have a Tax Clearance    !     $  for the three preceding years of assessment   "

  many Nigerians, who have taxes deducted at source, donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t bother about having tax clearances until the need arises for such. Besides the income tax which is deducted directly from workersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; pay at source, government has devised various means to generate revenue. One of these is the Value Added Tax (VAT) introduced in 1993, to replace the old sales tax. VAT paid by a business on purchases is known as input tax, which is recovered from VAT charged on companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sales, known as output tax. If output exceeds input in any particular #  $  #    Board of Inland Revenue (FBIR) but where input exceeds output, the taxpayer is entitled to a refund of the excess from FBIR, though in practice, this is not always possible. A taxpayer, however, has the option of recovering excess input from excess output of a subsequent period. It should be stated at this point that recoverable input is limited to VAT on goods imported directly for resale, and goods that form the stock-in-trade used for the direct production of any new product on which the output VAT is charged. Another important form of taxation is the capital gains tax, which accrues on an actual year basis and pertains to all gains accruing to a taxpayer from the sale or lease or other transfer of proprietary rights in a chargeable

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interest which are subject to a capital gains tax of 10 per cent. The chargeable assets may be corporeal or incorporeal, and it does  #      

  Nigeria. Where however, the taxpayer is a non-resident company or individual, the tax will only be levied on the amount received or brought into Nigeria. There is as well the education tax of two Âź    Âź  #Âź companies incorporated in Nigeria. It is tax is viewed as a CSR obligation placed on all companies to ensure they contribute their own quota in developing the educational sector in the Nigeria. Most common of all is the personal income tax which is found in the provisions of Act 104 of 1993, which makes it mandatory for every taxable Nigerian to pay tax on the aggregate amount of his income, whether derived from within or outside Nigeria. Salaries, wages, fees, allowances, and other         employee are chargeable to tax. In this vein, employers of labour are deemed to be agents of the tax authority for the purposes of # $  #    employees. The ideal situation by Nigerian law is that these are items that exempted workers  # $ $Âź  #Ă&#x2026;Ă&#x2014; medical or dental expenses incurred by the employee; retirement gratuities; the cost of passage to or from Nigeria incurred by the employee; interest on loans for developing an owner-occupier residential house. In terms of companiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; income tax, it is payable for each year of assessment of the Âź   #Âź   Ă&#x2021;ÂżĂ&#x20AC;"   Âź     from, brought into or received from a trade, business or investment. Also, a company paying dividends to its shareholders are     Âź $ Âź     companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tax rate. Generally, in Nigeria, company dividends or other company distribution whether or

not of a capital nature made by a Nigerian #Âź   $  ž¿Ă&#x20AC; however, dividends paid in the form of bonus share or scrip shares to individual share holders are not subject to tax, where also a company is a shareholder in another company then such dividends are excluded  # Âź    #Âź   purposes of computation of the tax. Not the least of all is the withholding tax, basically meaning that where during

  Âź    or services, a payment is due from one person to another, the person making the payment is expected to deduct tax at the applicable rate and remit it to the relevant tax authority. This should be done not later than 30 days after the deduction. And in view of these, various avenues for government in Nigeria to broaden and   Ă&#x2014;     taking steps to streamline a complex, multi-layered system of taxation that has historically resulted in wide-spread evasion. Also, information gathered by Saturday ºº  #  ]  highlighted earlier, showed that more than 75 per cent of smaller enterprises fail to pay taxes, while revenues collected amount to 7 Âź    Ă&#x2026;   #  said it wants to see increased to 22 per cent within two years. 

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         $Âź Âź          # PwC. PwC rates Nigeria 170th out of 189 countries for ease of paying tax, down from 155th last year. However, Nigeria, according to PwC is a microcosm of most West African countries, where taxation is a challenging Âź    Ă&#x2014;  regionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s informal sector. Nonetheless, H. Piersons noted that Nigeria has some relative strength, including  Ă&#x192;   $  Ă&#x201E;  # various taxes (such as corporate, labour, property and turnover taxes expressed as a

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       !"! #$%&  $'(        $)) "*  #   !    + -          .  /     Âź  Âź   Âź   # # Ă&#x2014; " # #  Nigeriaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 33.8 per cent was below both the global average of 43.1 per cent and that of Africa, at almost 53 per cent. However, it fared poorly in other categories. One such example was the number of tax payments that the hypothetical company had to make, which stood at 47, well above international standards. But it was the time a business had to spend to meet its tax obligations â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 956 hours annually as against the African average of 230 hours or the global average of 268 hours â&#x20AC;&#x201C; that dragged Nigeriaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rating down. According to Ailleen Shaiyen, Chief Executive at H. Piersons, some of the problems that have been highlighted are a result of multiple layers of taxation. Presently, entities are required to pay taxes at the local, state and Federal levels, all trying to raise revenue without due consideration to the impact on the tax payer. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Overall, the ranking of Nigeria is 170 out of 189 countries worldwide,â&#x20AC;? she noted. â&#x20AC;&#x153;So, Nigeria is not doing well. That is clearly not where we should be, especially as we aim to be one of the top 20 countries in the world by year 2020.â&#x20AC;? Similarly, Richard Eduh, a tax expert with the World Bank, funded a business development initiative in Nigeria, it is important to streamline existing processes as a measure to encourage investment. A multitiered tax system reduces enterprise output, operating surplus, investment, non-oil export  ºŸ # Ă? " â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is a key disincentive to both local and foreign investments; it leads to high cost of business, and could eventually lead to  # #Ă&#x201A;  Âť #Ă&#x201E; he said.


     

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Special Report In Enugu, Chime & deputy fight over poultry farm Kenneth Ofoma, Enugu

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he popular saying that when two Âź              " Âş   Âş         # but chicks and chicken. That was when a poultry farm within the courtyard of the ]    Âź

     "  º# and more than 3000 birds evacuated. ]    Ÿ     Development Authority (ECTDA) and   #  Ÿ    out the exercise.  º   #   the action as an act of political wickedness. He also said it was exhibition of barefaced #Ÿ   Ÿº  ]   government. He added that the action of

] Âş Âş Âť #Âş intended to humiliate him and show how â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;politically impotentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; he was.     #   º  Âź    Âź"Âş  #Ă         Âş given by a â&#x20AC;&#x153;power drunkâ&#x20AC;? government ] "Âş Âş political developments in the state did not need to consult Nostradamus or a necromancer to know who he was referring

"  Âş        #    " # Âş " #     "Âş  de-facto governor.

 Ÿº �       aspect of governance in the state. She hails  #   #    same town and LGA as Governor Sullivan #!

#  Âť # Nkanu West Local Government Area. She is

            "  

  Ă?   Âş even stronger during the months that the governor embarked on â&#x20AC;&#x153;medical vacationâ&#x20AC;?

   #Âş    four months last year. She was actually the one calling the shot in the governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s absence. 

      order for a poultry farm within the deputy

Chime

Onyebuchi

  Ă&#x2020;]    # and evacuated without the tacit or express ŸŸ    Ă   " Those close to the power base in the state traced the current no-love-lost relationship  Âş   #Âź

         period when the governor was sick and #Âź   cancer. Âş     #Ă&#x2020;   Âş    Âź#  that snowballed into huge scandal and agitations for him to be declared incapacited in order to pave the way for Âź

  Âş "  right groups and opposition parties even threatened to sue the stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s House of Assembly for delaying in enthroning the deputy in line with the constitutional provisions.            semblance to events preceding the demise    Ă&#x2020; Âş  family members and aides kept the entire nation in darkness over the true health    # Âź  "   



  Âź

   #   the â&#x20AC;&#x153;watch listâ&#x20AC;? of the governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s loyalists. They were said to be monitoring him closely to know whether he would make any move or show the slightest interest in  Ă&#x2020;Ă&#x201A; "   Âź    got to a point when the deputy governor º   Âź     he had been speaking with the governor Âź 

   

     #   ŸŸÂş Âź   the governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s itinerary or his whereabouts.  #   Âź # available to the governor on his return from the medical treatment indicted his deputy for failing the â&#x20AC;&#x153;loyalty testâ&#x20AC;?. He was reported to have had nocturnal meetings Âş #ŸŸ#    #Âź  Âź #  Âť    #  #     governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s health condition) degenerate. #Âş       development said that the deputy governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ordeal actually started immediately the governor returned to the   "     

Let them also deny that there is no bigger poultry, piggery and cattle ranch in the Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lodge. My poultry was properly run and cleaned because it was run with the Technical support from Enugu State Ministry of Agriculture

things to come was the stoppage of work on the deputy governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new residential building. No explanation was given. But the two gentlemen had continued to manage their relationship since then.            are speculations that the latest onslaught may also have arisen because of the deputy governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s alleged â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;secret romanceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; with

Âź

     Âť Ekweremadu. There are equally reports that Senator Ekweremadu may have  #    governorship ambition in 2015. Whcich is why Chime quickly announced that the governorship ticket of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) would go to        Ă&#x2030;¿žĂ&#x160;    #      Dr. Chimaroke Nnamani had taken its turn: 1999-2007) and Enugu West (Chime) would have taken its two terms of eight  Ă&#x2030;¿žĂ&#x160;"  # ## is also speculated to be eyeing the senate ticket of Enugu West currently occupied º # " #Ă&#x2020; Âź Âş Âťº # Âş  Âź  #  #Ă&#x2030;¿žĂ&#x160;"



 Ekweremadu was reported to be cashing in on his political good will across the state      Âť"   also no love lust between him and Chime. There is yet another angle to the skirmish as viewed by political analysts. The deputy     #        Âş #   Âş # #    governorship ambition for now. But who says he is not nursing senatorial ambition

Ă   #       understanding that Enugu East Senatorial seat (ticket) currently occupied by Sen. Gill Nnaji may have been secured and sealed Âş      # Âş "    #      #      Frank Nweke Jr. declared interest in the # " Âş  Âş    is indeed a story for another day. But back Âź  #     Ă&#x2020;Âź   #  to all these speculations.

Âş ]  #   that the poultry farm constitutes health Ă&#x2014; "

    # Continued on page 66


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Special Report

Chime in fierce fight with deputy over poultry farm Continued from page65

reacting to the statement by Chimeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Press Secretary, Mr. Chukwudi Achife, which claimed that the poultry constituted a health hazard to people working in the Government House, Onyebuchi said those behind the act were hiding their actual motive. He said that he was surprised that the statement from government did not mention the alleged violation of

Âź Âź       Occupancy for the Deputy Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  #  Âş      # # ]         " â&#x20AC;&#x153;Violation of Purpose Clause which they claimed was the basis for their action was not mentioned in the press statement.  Âş Âş   of purpose clause of the C-of-O of the premises was dropped in the statement   #   Ă&#x2020;]  Monday. Ă&#x192;   Âş  Âş   # December 24 and 27, 2013 which I replied, they made mention of the environmental or health hazard emanating from the poultry. In their press statement they claimed that they wrote me and asked me to clean up the place, and I refused. So let

#Âź   Âť#   " It is not true,â&#x20AC;? he said. The Deputy Governor recalled that in his Âź   Ă&#x192;   #    poultry area was designated â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Agriculture Unitâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, and I want them to deny that the structure had been used as poultry before I became deputy governor. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Let them also deny that I have not operated the poultry since 2008. And that is why I put in my Asset Declaration at the #    #]    beginning of the current term that I have operated the same poultry, and this was       " How suddenly my poultry became a health hazard when it has been in existence since 2008. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Let them also deny that there is no  Âź  Âź     in the Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lodge. My poultry was properly run and cleaned because it was run with the Technical support from Enugu State Ministry of Agricultureâ&#x20AC;?. He asked perpetrators of the act not to justify â&#x20AC;&#x153;an evil and wicked deed by feeding the public with falsehood,â&#x20AC;? stating that â&#x20AC;&#x153;if they succeed in deceiving the public, they can never deceive God. â&#x20AC;&#x153;As I am talking to you now, the over Ă&#x2021;¿¿¿  Âş     #  poultry yesterday, and their whereabouts is not known to me. They also removed bags of feeds and feeders, and other materials from the siteâ&#x20AC;?, he added. Asked what would be his next line of action, the deputy governor said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;For now #Âź   #      of all because the person behind it is so

powerful that my challenging her will be like using a vehicle to collide with a moving train. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is unfortunate that the person who is behind this answers a Deaconess in a Church I have respect for. So, let God be the judge, and guide me on how to absorb the shock and the humiliation because I believe it is intended to humiliate me, and show how politically impotent I am. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Let them address the issues contained      # Âź" They wrote me, and I replied, but rather

  Âť #     demolishing the poultry just to show that they have the power as part of the impunity that they have been perpetrating in the state.â&#x20AC;? The ECTDA and Environment  ] ºº     commissioners, Messrs Ikechukwu Ugwuegede and Nnaemeka Chukwuonye respectively, arrived the lodge at about 1pm yesterday to inform the deputy governor    Ă&#x2020;       birds, and demolish the poultry which the government said constituted public health hazard. On the day of the evacuation, Mr. Onyebuchi, who was with his wife and personal aides including his security ]    ]    which had been under renovation since September 2012, did not resist the action  ] Âş     Âť and evacuated the chickens to an unknown destination. Sources within the ministry of ECTDA revealed that there were correspondences  Âş ]        of the Deputy Governor over the operation of the poultry farm in the government lodge. The source indicated that two separate    #  Ă&#x2030;Ă&#x17E;Ă&#x2030;Ă&#x2DC;Ă&#x2030;¿žĂ&#x2021;Âş  reference numbers GHE/CAO/31/239 and GHE/CAO/31/240, and signed for the Chief

They wrote me, and I replied, but rather than getting back to me, they resorted to demolishing the poultry just to show that they have the power as part of the impunity that they have been perpetrating in the state

Nwobodo    " ""Ă&#x201A; #  Secretary in-charge of Government House,   Âş    ]   Deputy Governor the same day indicated

         poultry be removed.     Ă&#x192;  Ă&#x2013; Request to stop or relocate the commercial Âź   ]   Ă&#x201E; dated December 27, 2013 reads: â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am directed to request Your Excellency to kindly stop or relocate the said Commercial    #

 ]       

    Ă&#x2013;     Âź Âź Âź    which the land is used as Residential. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am further directed to state that Your Excellency is given up to 14 days from

        directive referred above. Please be informed that (at) the expiration of this ultimatum, no further notice may be given as appropriate action will be taken by relevant government      #Âź "Ă&#x201E;  Âź        8, 2014, and signed by Mr. Chris A. Ă&#x2014; #    ]  the deputy governor said the tone and    Âş  # 

 Ă&#x192;  Âş     ]  Âź

 Governor of a State. Ă&#x192;   Âş Âş #Âş #    #Âť#   Âş Âş     $  Ă&#x2020;]  for and received on the same day â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 27th December, 2013. One is a â&#x20AC;&#x153;Noticeâ&#x20AC;? and the other â&#x20AC;&#x153;Final Noticeâ&#x20AC;?. â&#x20AC;&#x153;His Excellency, the Deputy Governor       Âş  Âź  Âş "]    the Deputy Governor is part and parcel of

  #       of Occupancy (C of O) is, to the best of the knowledge of His Excellency, issued in respect of it. His Excellency challenges you to produce or at least cite its reference number since this is the basis of your action. You may also consider revoking the said C of O. Ă&#x192;

  Âź

        Excellency has asked me to inform you that the said poultry is operated within a section of the Deputy Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Residence designated and fenced out as Agriculture Unit â&#x20AC;&#x201C; same as the Agric Unit of the

Government House where a bigger poultry farm, a piggery and a ranch exist. His Excellency, the Deputy Governor operates a vegetable farm within that section, and no mention was made of it. Or, is â&#x20AC;&#x153;vegetable farmâ&#x20AC;? within the Purpose Clause of the C of O? â&#x20AC;&#x153;The structure for the said poultry farm was inherited by His Excellency from his Âź   ] Âş # for the same purpose. His Excellency has operated the same poultry farm since 2008 with technical support from ENADEP and Commercial Agriculture Programme of the stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ministry of Agriculture. Ă&#x192;      # 

 $      complaint of any environmental or health hazard from the said poultry since 2008. This is because there is none. The poultry is operated within the best international Âź   " $  Ă&#x2020;##      Ă&#x2020;   Ă&#x201A;  #   away from the poultry and they have not complained of any inconvenience since 2008. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Finally, it is the advice of His Excellency that you do not allow the love of power to dominate the power of love.â&#x20AC;? It was learnt that the Deputy Governor   

 ]  residence since September 2012 when Governor Sullivan Chime reportedly asked him to vacate the dilapidated lodge for a wbuilding. It was learnt that the renovation work was awarded to the same contractor that handled the renovation of the Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s residence at the same time, but while that of the governor was completed since 2011, the deputy governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, which was almost completed was abandoned, and the expansive premises had remained in a thick bush since then. The contractor was said to have been ordered to stop the rehabilitation work shortly after Governor Chime returned from his four months medical trip in London, but the reason for the directive could not be ascertained. The deputy governor had been operating from his private residence at GRA Enugu   ]   Âş  habitable, but he had continued to operate the poultry with the assistance of some of    Ă&#x2020;   " It is believed that the last may not have been heard by the whole saga. Already, as usually the case in Nigeria, political jobbers are trying to rip from the situation. Conference of Nigeria Political Parties in Enugu State has already jumped into the fray. They asked the deputy governor to "

 Âş Ă&#x2C6;  Âť  Âť by the Civil Liberties Organisation in the South-East. CLO berated them for demanding the resignation of the stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Deputy Governor, Mr. Sunday Onyebuchi. The Enugu CNPP had given Onyebuchi  #     Ă&#x2021;Âż Ă&#x2030;¿žĂ&#x17E;   #]   Âş  mobilise for his impeachment. Many view the call as the voice of Esau    #    Mr. Onyebuchi as deputy governor may be numbered. CNPP had said it was improper for Onyebuchi to run a poultry farm in the governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lodge. 

Âş ºŸ   the CLO described its threat to the deputy governor as â&#x20AC;&#x153;baseless and having no legal backing.â&#x20AC;?


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Special Report

Rumpus in Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission Rev Robinson Oritsuwa, the Federal Commissioner representing South South in the Nigerian Christians Pilgrims Commission (NCPC), stormed Lagos last week fuming with rage. A group of journalists were on hand to hear him out. Among them was BENSON EDJEWHOVBO for Saturday Newswatch. Though !!"#$%&'*&+/#/*01%2*31#"$#44*+5#"*214*#6!#"1#$7#* 01%2*%2#*6#78%15#*#7"#%"'*+9*%2#**":* Kennedy Opara, who along with others, he alleged, are trying to edge him out of the commission, the general +5#"4##"*+9*%2#*#&15#"$7#* +4!#&*1441+$;*""1;* tried managing a smile while he addressed the media. He also made a number of other allegations.

Benson Edjewhovbo

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everend Robinson Oritsuwa, along with others was appointed into the board of the NCPC by President  Âť  Ă&#x2030;¿¿Ă?       "   #  the impressive performance of the board, the six zonal Federal commissioners, the Chairman and Secretary of the NCPC were reappointed for another term. It was at this point that Oritsuwaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s problem with Opara, and perhaps the board, began. Said he: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Following the paid advert on the national network news (NTA) by the secretary of the commission, Mr. John Kennedy Opara and on AIT, the announcement says the chairman, secretary and the six members of the board were reappointed; whereas, behind

   ]       the Government of the Federation (SGF), another name was used in replacing my name, contrary to your (President Jonathanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s) approval.â&#x20AC;? Apparently addressing the President, he added: â&#x20AC;&#x153;After you have approved our return for a second term, Mr. Opara went

  Ă&#x2020;]     # outside Your Excellencyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s approval. This   

 "Âź   the President to threaten people; but I am fully aware of Your Excellencyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s approval to 

          term.â&#x20AC;? Accordingly, Oritsuwa claimed that since then the secretary has been sidelining #  Âş   ## a member of the board of the commission; and second, by withdrawing invitation to him for meetings of the board. He sees the manner in which he is being treated by the executive secretary as a gross act of injustice. His words: â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is nothing but crass injustice, knowing that I have served on the board diligently and the largest number Âź # Âş$Âź   zones are from my zone; it is on record that      Ă&#x2014;] # the zones and my services at the board are without blemish. My zone is now without a shepherd. During the last pilgrimage, pilgrims from Delta State, which is in my zone, were arrested and detained for

ºº #   authorities. The pilgrims were maltreated because there was no proper screening.â&#x20AC;?

Asked why he thought his travail with the NCPC were caused by its executive secretary, Oritsuwa responded: â&#x20AC;&#x153;The reason for these happenings is because I am the only person who speaks against

##    being championed by the secretary of the NCPC, Mr. Opara where he is everything ... The commission is being run by Mr. Opara alone; decisions taken by the board are irrelevant to him and he always threatens people that he is close to the President; therefore everybody dreads him with the exception of me who is his target.â&#x20AC;? Another concern of Rev Oritsuwa while he addressed the media has to do with the management of the commission. According to him, contrary to established practice in similar organisations, the accounts and     º  made available to the board members, the bulk of which is made up of the federal commissioners representing the six Âź  Ă&#x2014;"    allowed participation in the preparation of the commissionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s annual budget through making their inputs. When eventually prepared, the budget is usually presented to the National Assembly without the knowledge and approval of the board members. The Executive Secretary is also alleged to have brought people from the South East zone to Ă?  ## as employees. The statutory meeting of the commission is supposed to hold four times, apart from emergency ones, in a  "

 Oritsuwa complained that since last year when he was rendered active in the activities of the commission, only one Opara meeting has been held.    ÂşĂ&#x2C6; # at the resolve of the commissionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s executive secretary to submit the annual pilgrimage report to the SGF instead of the President.         #  to it, he said the idea negates the rules and regulation of the commission. He also cited a case of four directors of the commission that were sacked by the executive secretary without the boardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s approval. That the Executive Secretary chooses

Oritsuwa     ]     ##   ##Ă&#x2020;]  #Âź$ #]   to convey them to and from the airport in Abuja whenever the organisation holds its meetings are also issues Oritsuwa considers

     

  commissionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s board members. Oritsuwa said he wrote to the President on June 25 last year presenting his case and complaints but that to date there has not been any response. His solicitors, according

#Ă&#x2C6; Âş  Âş  to the SGF informing him of his resolve to seek redress in the law court, but a no response has been received either, he alleged. Oritsuwa insists on a thorough investigation of his case with the NCPC and the payment of his dues. He is demanding

 Âź  Âź to delve into the overall management style and system in the commission Âş Âź     Âź    ]    " According to him, as a religious body the commission ought to be run most honestly, transparently and with the absolute fear of God as opposed to the emerging situation.     the other side of the allegations made by Oritsuwa, the following questions were raised and sent via sms to Mr. Opara on Tuesday, January 4, pleading with him to reply latest the following day, Wednesday: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Good day sir, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m E "Saturday Newswatch. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m doing a story in which some allegations have been made   ] "  therefore be glad to have your response to the following questions: What is the status of Rev. Robinson Oritsuwa as Federal Commissioner representing South 

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He is demanding the setting up of highpowered investigative panel to delve into the overall management style and system in the commission with particular attention being paid to its    %     over the years consumption? Why are the commissioners never instrumental to the preparation of the commissionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s annual budget in terms of inputs? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s also alleged that you are fond of intimidating the commissioners with the name of the President as well as using #    Âť   #  South East at the expense of other zones.   º   zonal basis. Please kindly let us have your reply tomorrow morning so that we can incorporate it before we go to press in the afternoon. Thank you.â&#x20AC;? The questions were sent in batches between 6.50 pm and 7.54 pm, on Tuesday. All through Wednesday, this reporter called Mr. Oparaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s phone but only on two occasions did one Mr. Daniel and another Mr. Phillips pick the calls and  "Âź Âş# "  8.36 pm, Mr. Phillip picked this reporterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s call and said that Mr. Opara was still at a meeting.  Âş #  Âź   Ă&#x201A; Ă&#x2020;Âź  # Âş 

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By Aunty Helen

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Hello, Young Scholars! Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s another edition of your kiddiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; world, relax and have a splendid moment with me. You are welcome!

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Three blind mice see how they run! They all ran after the farmerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wife, Who cut off their tails with a carving knife, Did you ever see such a thing in your life, As three blind mice?

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NLNG, BoI partner to empower Niger Delta youths Johnmark Ukoko

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o further sustain the peace the Federal Government has achieved in the Niger Delta region after many years of crises Âş    Âź  of social and economic activities in Bonny Island community of Rivers    Ă&#x2C6; 

   !Âť    ! have come together to empower the youths in the area for their economic good. Âź  ##Âş   the signing of a Memoradum of   !  Âş      ##     Âş    provision of funds for youths in

  #  Âť ##  endeavors which they have comparative advantages. Ÿ    # Âź     ##    ""ÂşŸŸ ! said his community had approached BoI to source funds in other to assist the youths who are into meaningful economic ventures. He said the communityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leaders had done all within their capacity to guarantee Âź   #    and other oil companies in the community to operate. ŸŸ     # Âş  Âź#  Âť is a follow up to a previous meeting held last year to develop the gas rich Island. He added that apart from   ##        #Âź operating in the area. The Bonny  Âş Âź  #Âź  Âź    the presence of such would boost the economy of the country because of revenue derived from oil and gas. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are here to partner with you; to source funds to develop our ##   

Âş have remain very peaceful all this Âş"  ##       #      #"Âş   we can to sustain the peace in our community. If anything goes wrong   Âş Âş   Ă&#x201E;Âş " He called on development partners and government to assist the community leaders to provide    

           peace continue to reign on the Island. Âź      Âź

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    communities in the Niger Delta region to emulate Bonny Island and its youths in their development drive even as she urged them to sustain the peaceful environment to draw more investors to the area.     Âş    Âź       

Âź   º " We are happy you are proactive. You  Âş     Âź    before you call for assistance.   ºŸ #  ÂťĂ&#x2020; ŸŸ   #  Âź#     other Niger Delta communities to Ÿ  ټ Âź#  Âź  Âť Âź    and empowerments in the area of   

    other areas apart from depending on oil and gas sector alone.  Âş Ă&#x192;  # community leaders came to us and other developmental partners Âť Âź       youths. We will assist you in the area  Âź    areas your youths will desire. We are eager to partner with you because Âź  

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  »¼¼¼¼# oil theft among other social vices in the region.    #º

 the crisis in Niger Delta region is for the each community leaders to train

 

  Ă&#x2C6;  Âť  Âş enable them earn a living outside the   "  expected the state governments in that region to prepared their youths to functions outside the oil and gas sector. 

       told Saturday Newswatch that development of the oil producing ##      Âź    ##  Ă&#x2020; Âş  a long way to stem youth restiveness in the region. Goroye disclosed that mere training by BoI and other developmental institutions would not guaranteed lasting peace in the oil bearing communities. Âş ½Ă&#x192; # ##   ##    BoI and other developmental agencies out to support the youths

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trading partner although the United States, Japan and Germany also have strong economic ties to the country. The Madagascar-U.S. Business Council was formed in May 2003, as collaboration between USAID and Malagasy artisan producers to support the export of local handicrafts to foreign markets. Imports of such items 

  Âź  vehicles, consumer goods and electronics consume an estimated 52 percent of GDP. Due to an underdeveloped industrial        depend highly on agricultural productivity. Before the 1990s, the country had strong trade relations with the western nations. Later, it developed strong ties with the emerging economies of Asia. Exports: As per the 2009 estimates, Madagascarâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s total export is worth $1.04 billion. This is approximately $0.25 billion less than the previous yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s data. The country ranks 148 in the world in terms of total export volume (2009 estimates). Being a predominantly agrarian economy, cash crops dominate the countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s export list. Some of

#Ă&#x201A; $Âź  Âź   sugar and vanilla. Apart from agricultural products, Madagascar exports petroleum products and chromite ore. According to 2008 data available with the CIA World Factbook, France is the largest export partner of Madagascar. It accounts for a share of approximately 39% of the total export volume. The country has had healthy trade relations with France since the colonial era. Other major export partners are the US and Germany, which represent shares of 20.3% and 5%, respectively . Imports Madagascarâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s trade imports stand at $1.836 billion (2009 estimates). The country ranks 153 in the world in terms of total import volumes. Madagascar has       " Thus, the country has to import a large portion of the manufactured products it consumes. Major items of import for Madagascar are consumer goods, heavy machinery, capital goods and food. China is the main import partner for Madagascar with a share of more than 20% in terms of total volume. Other major import partners are Bahrain, France, South Africa, the US and India. Currency The local currency is the Ariary, but many locals still think in terms of the previous currency; the Malagasy Franc (FMG), so it is important to clarify whether the price is Ariary or FMG (one Ariary

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like Madame in place of Misses; Monsieur in place of Mister or Dokotera in place of doctor, unless required to do otherwise. Punctuality International professionals should always be on time for meetings and professional appointments in Madagascar. However, it is common for businesspeople from other countries to be kept waiting a few additional minutes for all Malagasy professionals to arrive. Even in rural parts of the country, it is not acceptable to be late. Handshakes are the most common greeting for professionals, and should be extended at the beginning of the meeting. Men  Ÿ #  with women. Negotiating and Bargaining If vendors at the market or other professionals can tell that a businessperson is not from Madagascar, the vendor might double or triple the price of an item for a foreigner. The price will often be lowered if the foreign Ÿ #Ÿ  Ÿ the native language of the country. Even in business deals, it is customary to act with disapproval    º   Ÿ           begin. Giving Gifts In Madagascar, professionals

do not usually exchange gifts with one another, so international businesspeople are not expected to bring presents to meetings. However, if a foreign professional is staying with a host family, it is a nice gesture to present the family, or the man and woman of the house, with a small gift. Souvenirs from the professionalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home country as well as candy are acceptable gifts. Dos and Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ts  #Âź  $Âź  gemstones or other precious materials. The Madagascar government recently imposed restrictions on the export of precious gems, so before purchasing any gemstones, seek     ŸŸ  Âş" If you are planning to export any precious materials, you should      

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Why I left PDP â&#x20AC;&#x201C;Sani Bello A

bubakar Sani Bello, popularly known as â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Abu Lolo,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; is a 2015 governorship aspirant in Niger State with posters in all the nooks and crannies of the state. The former member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) who has now moved to the All Progressives Congress (APC) told Justina Asishana his reason for leaving the PDP and his agenda if elected as governor. Excerpts: Sir, what would be your focus if elected as governor in 2015? We intend to focus on three major areas affecting the ordinary man. We are talking about education, healthcare and youth empowerment. These are the main challenges we want to focus on. After that, other things can fall in place. Why do you choose the APC as your platform, especially as your father was reputed to be a founding member of the PDP? Point of correction; my father is not a card-carrying member of the PDP. For me, somehow, people like change and in life. At some points, you will have to embrace change. Another key factor is the loss of confidence in the leadership of the PDP. But the PDP said you reneged to serve the country when you were patronised. How do you intend to deal with this? When I was called to serve,

I heeded the call but after sometime, I realised that under that environment I couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t make a difference; I couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t make any meaningful changes and at the same time, I realised that my businesses were suffering. Rather than lose both ways, I decided to save my business. What were the conditions you saw that forced you out? I think what made me pull out then was mostly personal. We were people with different characters, ideas and beliefs. In a nutshell, I found it difficult to blend. What moves are being made to reconcile the factions in the APC? Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t you think this could affect your chances? I can confidently tell you that there is no faction in Niger State APC. Truly, nothing comes easy. When you start something new, you are bound to have a bit of arguments; a bit of people saying their minds with different opinions. As you can see, the APC office has just been commissioned with two national and some zonal officials present at the commissioning. Even if there are problems, such matters would take care of themselves gradually. We are working to mobilise people at the grassroots level and hopefully, by the time the congresses take place, everyone would see our representatives of the party,

Bello

We were people with different characters, ideas and beliefs. In a nutshell, I found  %   blend starting from the ward, local and state levels. Sir, as a former commissioner for investment, you were part

and parcel of the Vision 3:2020 of Governor Muâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;azu Babangida Aliyu. Will you continue with the project? Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t misunderstand me; this present administration did a lot. I believe in the Vision 3:2020; it is very good. Again, I believe in continuity; I believe that regardless of any differences you have with people, when they do well, you should be able to commend them. There are some items in the Vision 3:2020 that made sense; there are others that do not make too much sense. But there are some that are very good that personally I think whichever government comes after this administration should continue with. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the only way to progress.

Jonathan merits 2nd term â&#x20AC;&#x201C; APGA chieftain Gyang Bere, Jos

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2011governorship candidate in Plateau State, Ambassador Chris Giwa, has scored President Goodluck Jonathan high in the face of the socio-political crises ravaging the country, advocating for his second term. Giwa, a chieftain of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) lost to Governor Jonah Jang in that election. During an exclusive interview with the Saturday Newswatch, Giwa said there is nothing bad in the northerners demanding for power return but that

#  #   presidency is doing his best to fortify

the country and as such should be considered for second term. His words: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Let me say something about the struggle for the presidency between the North and the South. To me and most Nigerians, save for our Âź      Âť Mr. President is doing well. â&#x20AC;&#x153;All we need is to support him. It is not an issue of the thing coming to the North or South. I say it boldly Âş      Âź Âş I have not seen any political party

        than Mr. President. So, it is not the issue of the South or the North. The issue at stake is the project Nigeria; we are talking about somebody who has heart for Nigeria; we are talking

about somebody who does not want the country to divide; we are talking about somebody who wants the unity of this country; we are talking about somebody who wants us to move together.â&#x20AC;? According to him, President Jonathan is capable of taking the country to its rightful position in the comity of nations. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The issue of presidency is beyond that of a family; we need somebody that can carry us together and the man on the seat is capable. He has a large heart to carry everybody. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Most of the people kicking against Mr. President are not doing that because he does not love the country;

    

interests; the issue at stake is beyond that. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are privileged to have a President that is compassionate. During the administration of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, the people canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t try the kind of rubbish they are trying now. The way President Jonathan tolerates everybody shows that he is a patient leader. Check his government today; he has not been segregating, saying that this one is Arewa; that one is a southerner. He said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The major reason I am supporting Mr. President is because of his love for this country and his quest that we should live together in peace.â&#x20AC;?

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;APCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll collapseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Continued from Page 17

is going to work, and it has so annoyed Udenwa who told me on phone if I would build a house and allow somebody else to drive me away. But where is he today? Is he not running away  #   Âş he was in PDP he built the party and Ohakim came and drove him a way. And now he built APC, Rochas has driven him away. You see, it is all about deceit and APC is not an Igbo party. Igbo have never fared well in politics with the Yoruba, and it canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t work. Where does this situation put the Igbo? It appears the Igbo donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have platform and the Yoruba usually have a platform and always try to hold the federation to negotiation but the Igbo seem to be spinelessâ&#x20AC;Ś (...cuts in) What Igbo should realize now is to patronize or belong to parties that have Igbo origin. PPA has Igbo origin. If they are sincere in making Igbo one of the most important ethnic group in Nigeria, they should belong to Igbo party so that whatever happens tomorrow, if we want to discuss Nigeria, the Igbo party would go to Eagle Square, the Yoruba party, APC, would go to Eagle Square, PDP would come to Eagle Square; then we discuss Nigeria. Then how are we going to achieve this? If you take an example of the    Âş out that their leaders always show the way, championing the course of their people. But we canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t say the same of Igbos. Our leaders seem to have abandoned us, especially when we need them the most, and they want the masses to champion their course. For example, your party PPA, Governor Orji Uzor Kalu left the party and went back to PDP. At a point in time, we heard he was going to APGA. Orji Uzor Kalu left, now he is in PDP, how can the Igboman have his own structure? The doctrine that says that Igbo enwe eze (Igboâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s have no king) plays out in all facets of our development. You have a party and they will try to trace when you were born, and will say how can they belong to a party formed by a small boy of yesterday?   #Ă?  another one, this is the nature of Ndigbo. It is not the sane in the Yoruba or North, when I raised the alarm that ACN is trying to reduce opposition in the North, It was then the North realized that they had no political party of their own and they went to register PDM and PPA. It was as a result of my interview that made them register those parties because they wanted to have something that emanates from the North. Here, we have political parties: we have PPA, APGA, UPP. If the Igbo can embrace their own political party, we can challenge any other ethnic group. Let me tell you, the Igbo ethnic group is the most popular and populated in Nigeria. There is no nook and crannies of this      Âş   Igbos. Therefore if we can form a coalition to present a common candidate as a presidential candidate of Igbo extraction, we Continued on Page 81


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Banning political rallies in Rivers Nath Omame, Jr.

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he lingering political crisis in Rivers State which, undoubtedly, forms a formidable peg in the implosion that eventually occurred in the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), clearly puts the Rivers State Police command in a rather awkward position. To Governor Rotimi Amaechi, Commissioner of Police, Mbu Joseph Mbu, is patently averse to him and his administration and all those that he has enlisted

Âź      " In the same vein, Mbu regards Governor Amaechi as unduly dictatorial and incapable of tolerating any morsel of opposition to his views. It would be recalled that when Mbu resumed in March 2013 as the Commissioner of Police for Rivers State, Amaechi was not pleased that the then Commissioner of Police, Muhammed Indabawa, with whom he had formed an amiable working relationship, was redeployed. Amaechi was weary that Indabawa was removed to dilute his (Amaechiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s) expansive clutches over Indabawa. Mbu took over as the commissioner of police in Rivers State barely a month before Godspower Ake was dislodged as the Rivers State chairman of the PDP - on Monday, April 15, 2013 - by an Abuja High Court, in a watershed judgment delivered by Justice Ishaq Bello. Mbu explained during an interview that â&#x20AC;&#x153;Governor Amaechi had a mindset about my person even before I took over. He has never met me but he already made up his mind that I was deployed to Rivers State to  #" #  situation I found myself?â&#x20AC;? He then lamented: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Governor Amaechi would ask his Chief   ]  !   me for a meeting. His CSO is by far my junior in the police force. I had to caution his CSO that if he doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t desist from trying to denigrate me, I would have no other option than to deal with him professionally and he stopped.â&#x20AC;? Mbu went further to illuminate how he worked with Amaechi when he initially arrived Rivers State: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Governor Amaechi will call me to join him to inspect ongoing projects. I dutifully went along with him. In fact, he was treating me like his orderly. But I refused when he wanted to use me to intimidate his political opponents.â&#x20AC;? Should that be the case, the current no-holds bared working

Wike relationship that exists between

     

  appreciated. Mbu has consistently maintained that the major point of departure between him and Amaechi is his unwillingness to be used to harass and intimidate Amaechiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s perceived political opponents, who, in his estimation Âş # ]   not breached the law. To this, some political opponents of the governor lay credence by alluding to an incident that transpired sometime in 2008 when Amaechi was said to have ordered the then commissioner of police to swoop in on members of the All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP) holding meeting in Port Harcourt, on the premise that they were cultists. So, this scenario basically illuminates the rather adversarial working relationship between Amaechi and Mbu. Not sure if Mbu will send policemen to overrun their political gatherings, meetings or rallies, the Grassroots Development Initiative (GDI) approached a court in Port Harcourt for an injunction, restraining Amaechi, his agents and the police from assailing them during such gatherings. Again, the GDI, founded by the Supervising Minister of Education, Nyesom Wike, applied to the commissioner of police for approval and security protection during all their rallies, indicating the venues of such rallies. How

Âź        security protection during their  #Ă?Âź  in the seeming political crisis that undoubtedly heightened tension in Rivers State. All rallies held by the GDI, even before Amaechi decamped to the All Progressives Congress (APC), were expressly approved and protected by political thugs or the police. However, after successful rallies at Eleme, Emohua and the Liberation Stadium in Port Harcourt, the police began preventing the Save Rivers Movement (SRM) from holding further rallies. But the murmurings crystallised

Amaechi into loud protests within and outside the state when the police used tear gas to prevent the SRM from holding a rally at the Rivers State College of Arts and Science, Rumuola, on Sunday, January 12. The allegation by the Rivers State government that Senator Magnus Abe (Rivers South East) was shot at pointblank by the police, using plastic bullets, further worsened the contentious relationship between Government Amaechi, the APC and the SRM. Saturday Newswatch reliably learnt that Abe and the Chief of    gone to the Rivers State College of Arts and Science, venue of the aborted rally, to inquire why the police were dispersing their members when an argument ensued between the leaders of the police contingent, Abe and Okocha. According to the police, they had gone to Rumuola to truncate the rally because the SRM did not seek police approval. The police also maintained that an unnamed Ÿ    ŸºŸ

 Âť Âź #     supporters at the venue of the rally; so the police intervened to prevent violence and palpable bloodshed. While the dust that was

Ledum Mtee, and former Vice Chancellor of the University of Port Harcourt, Prof. Don Barikor, also advised against the rally for fear of â&#x20AC;?turning Ogoniland into a theatre of war

Abubakar raised by the confrontation the promoters of the SRM had with the police was yet to clear from the political horizon, the SRM again, slated another rally for Bori, the headquarters of the Ogonis, on Sunday, January 19. But this

# Âş  " Âş  the police that aborted the rally. Political thugs determined to prevent the SRM rally from holding began shooting at Bori from about 2.00 am to 10.00 am. 

    when the thugs learnt that some prominent Ogonis in Governor Amaechiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s government were at the venue of the rally trying to set canopies that had been dismantled and re-arrange chairs

 Ă&#x2C6;  Ă? " Those who scampered for safety at the All Saints Anglican Church, Bori, venue of the rally, include Deputy Speaker of the Rivers State House of Assembly, Leyii Kwanee; Secretary to the State Government and Victor Giadom, the stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Commissioner for  Âť"  Government House, who is from Obio/Akpor Local Government Area, was also with them. Curiously, the GDI, an arm of the opposition PDP conveniently held its rally on the same day at Degema in the Kalabari Kingdom Âş Âź     and protection. Then, Governor Amaechi threatened that he Âş      rally in Bori on Saturday, January 25. The PDP warned Governor Amaechi against holding a rally in Bori, considering the charged political atmosphere. Some Ogoni leaders, including its former president, Ledum Mtee, and former Vice Chancellor of the University of Port Harcourt, Prof. Don Barikor, also advised against the rally for fear of â&#x20AC;?turning Ogoniland into a theatre of war.â&#x20AC;?   Âź    tight security at both Tai and Khana Local Government Area, the rally held without any untoward incident. The next day, the police also provided the SRM security protection that enabled

them to hold the second rally in Tai, also in Ogoniland. The accolade on the latest stance of the police towards the SRM was still reverberating when the commissioner of police on Monday evening banned all forms of rallies in whatever colouration or names. To political watchers, Mbuâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s latest action is a masterstroke aimed at bringing the APC and the PDP into parity in the state. The thought that the commissioner of police was favouring the PDP to the detriment of the APC can now be dumped in the garbage can of innuendoes. But not so for the politicians! Even the PDP whose pressure group, the GDI,has concluded its inauguration and thanksgiving service in virtually all the 23 local government areas of the state through which it sensitised the people of Rivers State about its mission, has vehemently protested against the ban on political rallies in the state. It claimed that the ban has forestalled the PDP from holding its rally at the Liberation Stadium, Elekahia, Port Harcourt, where it claimed Governor Amaechi had in November received the national leaders of the APC, and the governor also declared for the APC. Okocha described Mbuâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s action as â&#x20AC;&#x153;an act of impunity,â&#x20AC;? insisting that only the governor of a state has the constitutional right to order a blanket ban on all forms of gathering in the state. #  # either of the parties on the Mbuâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ban on political rallies, both the PDP and its adjunct, the GDI, or the APC and the SRM, an     Ă?

    Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) that places an embargo on political rallies until three months to the general elections. Surprisingly, INECâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Resident Electoral Commissioner in Rivers State neither reprimanded the GDI nor the SRM, two groups fronting, without reservation, for the PDP and the APC in their boundless campaign for the 2015 general elections in contempt of the electoral guidelines. If the GDI and the PDP, or the SRM and the APC had not launched with vociferous braggadocio into pre-emptive campaigns, perhaps, the police would not have been so assailed and made to appear as a willing participant in the protracted political crisis in Rivers State when, in fact, public peace and social order remain its main interest and focus.


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Following Ajimobiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s urban â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;APCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll collapseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; renewal programme

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overnor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State would have been among the fortunate students who read â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ibadan,â&#x20AC;? a 19-word poem by John Pepper Clark. There, the poet aptly described the town as â&#x20AC;&#x153;running splash of rust and Ă?    among seven hills like broken china in the sun.â&#x20AC;? Perhaps the description of the state capital which may not be pleasing enough to the governor, coupled with

   Âş   convinced the Ajimobiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s administration to embark on an urban renewal programme. So when he assumed power, one of his prioritised programmes was urban renewal or environmental 

  Âş Âş extended beyond the state capital which is now wearing   Âť" Âť Ogbomoso, Oyo, Iseyin, Saki Tede and other major towns     Ă?  Âź  wind of change despite the adverse views of the minority in the opposition. Ajimobi declared that he would not lose focus in his      look that would equally enable the state retain its Âź   

 some people see the town as the dirtiest state capital in the country. He constantly displays this with the slogan - â&#x20AC;&#x153;cleanliness is next to Godliness,â&#x20AC;? emphasising that no sane society could     environment. In order to realise the #    #  

   #  Âş # by traders who have their shops and structures on major roads - they were sacked from the roads after advance    Âş  enlightenment on the hazards involved in street trading. Noteworthy, was the role played by the former commissioner for environment, Mr. Lowo Obisesan who was always

 ##]   the demolition exercise. The commissioner was performing a patriotic job that should be appreciated, but was misconstrued by the traders. Indeed, Saturday Newswatch gathered that politicians in the opposition capitalised on that to incite members of the public against the governor especially as the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftains wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t see anything good in the exercise which they exploited to curry patronage.

Prince Dotun Oyelade, the media aide to Senator Rashidi Ladoja of the Accord Party (AP), condemned the policy which he explained was not in tandem with the welfare of the masses. He condemned the project he believed threw many out of job, contending that the state government was unmindful of the plight of the masses it claimed to represent. Nevertheless, the government was undaunted about the task it set out to $

Âş   Âź" The government ceaselessly stressed its genuine intention for the people with a

I always see changes anytime I come back to Ibadan; changes in infrastructural development; changes in city renewal; changes in quality of life; changes in orderliness on the streets and changes in the cleanliness of the streets. That is really what good governance is all about

Ajimobi said the loan would boost the tradersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; business activities. He humorously counselled them not to spend the money by marrying new wives but strictly invest it on their businesses. He urged them to consider the issue of repayment as a top priority. He also advised the tradersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; union to maintain a clean environment while carrying out their business activities in line with the urban renewal programme of the government. Chairman of the union, Alhaji Adekunle Alagunfon, commended the governor for providing a conducive environment for his members, describing the loan as highly relieving and praise-worthy. He pledged that his members would make prudent use of Ajimobi the money. Similarly, the national promise to build as many president of the union, Mr. neighbourhood markets as John Osamede, who was possible to accommodate the represented by his media    " aide, Mr. Festus Aleke, The governor honoured his lauded Ajimobi for his words by building markets unprecedented achievements with lockups and open in the last two years, saying stalls at Scout Camp, in the he is impressed by the Challenge area of Ibadan breakeven in infrastructural recently and inaugurated them. The markets were given development in the state. He pledged the support out free to those displaced of his union towards the at the Challenge and Molete re-election project of the markets. governor to complete his Government also went ahead to empower the traders good work. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Let me quickly place on record, the laudable with N20 million grants achievements of the governor. recently. The event was Your record of success in witnessed by members of the the area of infrastructural state executive council, local development will forever government chairmen and remain indelible in the history other stakeholders. of Oyo State. The governor According to Ajimobi, â&#x20AC;&#x153;the has touched virtually every distribution of the cheques sector of the economy. I can Âş #   feel the purse of the people of promise to assist the traders Oyo State and the joy in their by improving their business hearts,â&#x20AC;? he said. as well as raising their President of Tijanniya standard of living,â&#x20AC;? adding Islamic Movement in the that the gesture would be state, Usman Sabit Akanfe, replicated in other markets said he is pleased with the         achievements of Governor living standard for traders. Ajimobi, urging him to He commended them for maintain the tempo. the obedience they displayed Former Vice President and for which they were Abubakar Atiku, during his being compensated, saying recent visit to Ibadan, paid a Ă&#x192;        "Ă&#x201E;    #  courtesy visit to the governor, and declared that he was convince others who are yet impressed by the positive to comply with government changes in Ibadan metropolis.   Ÿ  His words: â&#x20AC;&#x153;What always streets in their own interest. gladdens my heart is that I He appealed to the elated always see changes take place traders to invest the money loaned them wisely and repay in Ibadan metropolis. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I always see changes at the appropriate time for so anytime I come back

       " to Ibadan; changes in Our reporter learnt that the infrastructural development; gesture had been extended to changes in city renewal;



 Âş   changes in quality of life; from a N50 million interestchanges in orderliness on free loan. the streets and changes in While speaking at the event the cleanliness of the streets. held at the secretariat of That is really what good the butchersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; association in governance is all about.â&#x20AC;? Moniya in the Akinyele Local Government Area of the state,

will win the presidency come 2015 and that is exactly what the Njike Igbo is canvassing for, trying to bring this three political parties of Igbo extraction together with other smaller parties, and to front a common presidential candidate. We have approached Orji Uzor Kalu; he is an Igboman, and we can never ignore it.

You have been around, you have led a political party, you have ambition for governorship; what is your opinion about Imo State? Is the state moving forward or backward? Well, I will say Imo State is not moving backward, rather it is moving forward. Because we are all growing, so if I say it is stagnant, it is not the best thing to say. I will later that day, IBC carried a story that the Commissioner has cautioned school heads from taking illegal fees. Which means I was right! If this can happen in a school that is in Owerri Municipal, what happens to schools at the local areas? So, where lies his free education? They are all games, trying to deceive those who are less privileged in information. Tell me one project he has commissioned since he came on board. However, whatever he is doing now is his best. Rochas is trying his best and he cannot give Imo more than his best. So, if you think you are going to get any magic from this government, forget it. Last year, they said rainy season stopped them from work. We have had dry season from December up to now. Go round the state and see whether there is anywhere any construction work is going on. There is no where construction work is going on. We are in dry season, maybe by later part of February, rainy season will begin and they will say the rain is here. Okay, the JPROS Road, the road that cost about N1.5 billion which they paid and over paid by N200 million; what happened to that road? Go and check, from Emmanuel College to Orlu Road Junction, pass through that road and see. I drive round the state, Ă&#x2020; Ă&#x201A;  Ă?"  Âş see why the governance of this state is supposed to be given to somebody who is resident in the state. Not people from diaspora.

Are you saying we made a mistake in 2011? Well, I will say the Imo people made a mistake; they thought what they saw would have been good for them. But it is unfortunate. I believe some of

# Âş  Âş  they did. But, however, there is still time for the man to improve. He has a year plus for him to lead, so he could perform magic if the money is there. But I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think Imo State has that money anymore because if they had the money, construction work would have been going on this dry season. This means there is no money to go ahead with any other projects. As you know, the last year in any government is a year of politics. So, if you are thinking that there is going to be any magic between now and May 29, 2015, think twice, because the concentration will now be on politics and politicking.


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Police, civilians connive to kill -Tsav Former commissioner of police in Lagos State, Alhaji Abubakar Tsav, has been consistent in his comments on how to better the Nigeria Police Force. In this interview with GODWIN AKOR, Tsav describes the police as sheep without shepherd, blaming the authorities for the dilapidated barracks and other problems.

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hat in your opinion is wrong with the police

force? The present police are like sheep without shepherd. The commissioners of police do not do anything except take undue instructions from politicians. Police should not take dictation from politicians. Policemen should not be posted to politicians. Their loyalty to the politicians is more than that of the Inspector General of Police (IGP). When there is promotion, the politicians canvass for those with them. Sometimes, they are made commissioners of police who donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know anything. I tell you, if I set exams for some of those that call themselves commissioners of police, they will fail. Are you happy with the present state of police barracks? Police commissioners and those under them should be held responsible because money is released to them. The IGP and the commissioners should be held responsible. Police commissioners now live ostentatious lives. When you see them, you know they have money. There are certain things happening in Benue State.

I wrote letters. Mr. Katso reacted but the present one failed to respond. So, I had to go to the Human Rights Commission. People are being killed anyhow. I am sad that the police and some people are conniving to kill people. I grew up in Gboko. It was not like that. Promotion: During our time, commissioners promoted up to the rank of sergeant; then, the IGP would promote from inspector upwards. If commands promote higher officer, it is good but politics may set in. If one is related to my wife, I may favour him but for the assistant superintendent of police (ASP), the Police Service Commission should be allowed to promote because the rank is so important. Rivers State crisis: The law says that a commissioner of police should be loyal to the governor of his state, but where the situation is difficult, the IGP should be consulted. Today, the wife of a top government functionary can influence the decision of a commissioner of police. If I were the IGP, I will investigate what

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I had to go to the Human Rights Commission. People are being killed anyhow. I am sad that the police and some people are conniving to kill people. I grew up in Gboko, it was not like that

is happening in Rivers State. If the commissioner is guilty, he should go. If he does not go, the IGP should resign. A commissioner of police who is worth his rank can never take orders that are wrong. When I was in Oyo State, I was invited by the House of Assembly to answer some questions but I said the IGP makes laws while I implement them. I was commended for taking that decision but today, the situation is different. During the late General Sanni Abacha regime, I was given a press release to read out that one Dr. Omotoso was killed by a certain person or group. But I refused. Today, some governors do not allow criminals to be prosecuted. Comment on the election timetable and wave of defections: The presidential election is to come first;

it is designed to favour the President. Some politicians are decamping; it shows they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really like the people but themselves. If you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t like the government or the governor, you decamp because you want self favour. Tiv/Fulani crisis: We need people who have the fear of God to discuss the matter. Fulani have nowhere to graze except the bush. Farmers also farm in the bush. There is need for a balance to be struck. Get the people who can tell the truth to the Fulani and the farmers. Can they stay together? The Fulani are everywhere in West Africa. If they relocate, they may tell stories of woes and there may be problem because the Fulani in other places may tell the Tiv to also leave those places.


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Interview Private universities are development pivots â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Prof Agba Professor Emmanuel Hemen Agba is the Vice Chancellor +9*%2#*@"4%*!"15%#*8$15#"41%'*1$*$+"%2#"$*1G#"1;*%2#* $15#"41%'*+9*I"*1$*#$8#*%%#J*"#!8%#/*9+"*#67#&&#$%* 72"7%#"*$/*&#"$1$G:* #*14*&4+*%2#*17#*21"Q$*+9* %2#*44+71%1+$*+9*17#*2$7#&&+"4*+9*"15%#*$15#"41%1#4* +9*1G#"1:*2#*!"+9#44+"*+9*2'4174U1+!2'4174W#/17&* !2'4174;*1$*%214*1$%#"51#0*01%2*DANIEL GBABO, 6U"'4 %2#*7+8$%"'X4*#/87%1+$*4#7%+":

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hat informed the establishment of the Association of Vice Chancellors of Private Universities of Nigeria? Corporately, we the vice chancellors of private universities have seen the need to create an interactive platform amongst ourselves, and to advance the course of our various universities which can be achieved if there is synergy, energy and a forum were ideas are shared for mutual interest. Would you really justify private participation in university education in Nigeria? Yes. There are various reasons for my answer which includes the obvious gaps, lapses and low quality of education prevalent in public universities. To what extent has private participation in university education in Nigeria impacted the Nigerian Economy? Among the many impacts is the creation of job opportunities for thousands of unemployed Nigerians, therefore, reducing the unemployment rate in the country. We are also providing qualitative education for young Nigerians, thereby complimenting the Federal Governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s role in these areas mentioned. How would you really access the Federal Governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disposition towards private universities, particularly as it concerns educational policies? The governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disposition to a great extent is right because all private universities operate under its approval. But one negating fact is that the authoritarian organs of the government are not carrying private universities along in their policy formation and implementation, which also brought about the need to form an association that could speak with one voice as earlier said. Despite our contribution to manpower development, the government is not assisting us with

their intervention set ups such as TETFUND, PTDF, and this has been a burden on our part, so I kindly urge the government to see to it that we are carried along on both policy formation that concerns us and     " To what extent therefore, would you expect that kind of inclusion in educational processes, that is, what are you really advocating for? When the government set up meetings to discuss educational #      ##Âş   considered because we are simply assisting the government in doing what they should be doing in the area of providing basic social services which education could be said to be prime in any consideration. We are not running our institutions with government  

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I would say that the government and the people of Nigeria should be grateful to God for the creation of private universities because it is an attempt at training 

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an enabling environment aside granting operational license to  #              carrying out our duties since our motives are for nation building and development. Comparatively, how can you access the regulatory disposition of government to public and private universities? Speaking from an objective point of view, I think the government appears to be more concerned with public universities. This is shown  #    

  them. If we (private universities) are receiving about 20% of what the public universities get, things might be even more interesting, but the reverse is the case because the government see private institutions as business ventures concerned in #Ÿ  

# Âź   universities are faith based with  Âź  # Âş        institutions can close up. So I think the government has considered, and accessed us from a wrong standpoint for a long time with their focus and assistance towards public universities. With all these considerations, why do you think parents should send their wards to private universities, particularly the University of Mkar? Basically, I think parents should send their wards to private universities because of the emphasis private universities place on morality, holistic approach in

educational delivery, character building, and producing morally sound prospective leaders. I would advise parents to send their wards to University of Mkar because our totality is put into investing in the lives of our students positively to stand the test of time, and the stand against compromise with our guiding watchword of â&#x20AC;&#x153;training through learning to produce change agents for the world that will be conscious of their service to mankind and unto Godâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Finally sir, what will be your parting words to Nigerians using this platform of national relevance? I would say that the government and the people of Nigeria should be grateful to God for the creation of private universities because it #Âź            positions of leadership, with a consciousness of giving relevant service to the society. And if this is not done in their formation stages,

  

    character and in learning. So I want the government and the public to clear their impression about private universities being business empires, but as an entity collaborating with the government to provide high quality university education. All hands must be on deck to nurture and sustain private universities because the future of this country lies in positive personality building which is obtainable in private universities such as University of Mkar, and other private universities in the country.




     

   

        



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Do some drugs improve sexual performance?

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he girl I want to marry just told me that she has orgasmic dysfunction and low libido, hence cannot marry me. She has refused to explain what they mean. Can you help out? Julius, Ibadan Julius, "G4Q17*/'498$7%1+$*41Q!&'*Q#$4* %2%*%2#*&/'*7$$+%*"#72*$*+"G4Q;* 021&4%*&+0#"#/*&131/+*14*%2#*74#*02#"#* %2#*0+Q$*91&4*%+*3#*%8"$#/*+$*3'*2#"* !"%$#":*2#*$#5#"*G#%4*0#%*4+*2#"*$#%2#"* "#G1+$*14*$#5#"*&83"17%#/*$/*"#/'*

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Dating Calls TD, aged 44, employed from Oyo State is based in Lagos. He needs a Muslim, responsible, honest woman who is ready and serious for marriage. She should be aged between 30 and 35 years old. Call: 09093305024 Joshua, 26 years old, resident in Lokoja needs a sugar mummy aged 35 to 60. Interested persons needed. Call: 09032427264, 08039263817 Maco, 30 years old, needs a wealthy sugar mummy. I promise to be humble. Call: 07055044513, 08038468641 My name is George from Benue State but I live in Lagos. I am 29 years old. I need a mature lady between the ages of 20 and 27 for a serious relationship. Call: 08095878875, 08109028537 My name is Ajeyomi Oluwatoyin from Ondo State, aged 35. I need a lady between ages 29 and 33 for a serious relationship. Call: 07031557778 Samuel needs a good Christian working woman / businesswoman of 30 to 40 years for marriage. Call: 08129829838

My boyfriend always wants sex

Ben, a cleric, needs a good Christian, responsible, honest and trustworthy, educated working woman / businesswoman of 30 to 40 years for marriage. Call: 08137163321

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have been in a relationship with my boyfriend for about a year. Sometimes, when I go to his place, I just need a hug or cuddle but he wants sex. When I refuse, he gets angry. Recently weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been having issues and it is becoming unbearable. What do I do? Oge, Jos

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TJ, aged 48 years is educated and self-employed. Based in Ibadan, he needs a working-class single mother between the ages of 40 and 45 who is based in Lagos, Shagamu or Ibadan for a serious friendship. Call: 07081431259 RS, 42, based in Lagos needs a muslim, and working-class lady between 25-35 for a serious relationship. Call: 07083249216

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y best friend and I are both 21 years old and has started having unprotected sex with her boyfriend or rather, I just found out. She might get pregnant. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m scared for her. What should I do? Jane, Abuja

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Do you have a relationship or an emotional issue to share or seek advice on? Contact the number above (SMS only).

Olarenwaju Dan is a 33 years old man resident in Port Harcourt. He needs a God-fearing lady of any tribe for a serious relationship that will lead to marriage. Call: 08099926104 Femi Adegoriola, 39 years old resident in Lagos needs a sugar mummy aged 50. Call: 08030514999 SB from Adamawa State aged 42, employed needs a lady aged 19 to 25 for a serious relationship. Call: 08180538152


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Surveillance Undergraduate stabs colleague to death A student of Lead City University, Ibadan is currently an inmate in Agodi Prison for allegedly killing a 400-level student of the same institution.

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yo State Police Command appears to have renewed their focus on the students of Lead City University, Ibadan with the recent arrest of one Moshood Owolabi for allegedly killing his fellow student    Âş " The incident, which occurred on January 12, 2014, has, thus, challenged the police to turn their surveillance on the students  Âş     " Saturday Newswatch gathered

     ]      Command Headquarters in Eleyele, were worried at the news of the incident, vowing to turn the heat on the students    #Âť      #  # " â&#x20AC;&#x153;Why are the students of this school that have always constituted security risk with their regular involvement in one trouble or the other? This is the question being asked by

   ]   Âş  instructed that all must be done to stop the criminality of the 

 " Âş   Âş  the parents of the one killed feel ºà Ă&#x201E;  " It was learnt that Owolabi, inside an eatery near the school on Lagos-Ibadan expressway, engaged Oluwasehun in a

physical combat, following an    #   Âş #" Like one thirsty for blood, the Physical and Health Education undergraduate reached for a        Âş "   ##       student was said to have given up the ghost soon after his body arrived at the Adeoyo Hospital,  " Ă&#x2C6;   Owolabi was arrested while  Âş #Âť  #Âź   escape the scene and detained at the Homicide section of the State Criminal Investigation Âź #  ! Âť " The suspect, however, denied the allegation, insisting that Oluwasehun initiated the action, which degenerated and 

 #  "  recalled: â&#x20AC;&#x153;While taking the  Âť Âş Ă&#x201A; "   Seun came and eventually said â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;you guys are enjoying, but you   Âź"Ă&#x2020;

 would take the drink because it Âş "Âť# Âź Âť  Âź" â&#x20AC;&#x153;On his way back to the

        slangs and shouting: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;who     Ă Ă&#x2020;  Âť "Âť"" Da Grin then said: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Seun, you  # "     #

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everywhere was calm, why are you shouting? Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t you have exams on Friday?â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Seun said he had papers and Franklyn asked him again â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Then why are you shouting?â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Seun became angry with that and gave Franklyn a Âź  "Ă&#x201E; Owolabi said that his friends challenged Oluwasehun for    Âť"   #    Ă&#x201A; them to query Oluwasehun for  " â&#x20AC;&#x153;I stood up and also challenged him on why he

Man, 28, arrested over death of 67-year-old lover

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he Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested one Orowo Jesse Omokoh for allegedly connecting with the death of an   Âş# 

   " The anti-graft agency also alleged that Omokoh also defrauded Jacobs a sum of $90,000 in what it called an   #" Saturday Newswatch gathered that the suspect was picked on January 28   Âş   

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#"      º  the University of Ibadan, in the southwest of the country, will be brought before court for extradition proceedings, a Ÿ#" It was also learnt that the

28-year-old allegedly met the 67-year-old woman and sold a dummy for her, resulting in a  " The romance eventually took Omokoh to South Africa where he joined his new found love in Ă&#x2030;¿žĂ&#x2021;" â&#x20AC;&#x153;Omokoh allegedly arrived in Johannesburg, South Africa on February 4, 2013, to meet with Jacob who had been in Johannesburg since November Ă&#x2030;¿žĂ&#x2030;" Five days after Omokoh arrived and took up residence with her, Jacob was found dead in her apartment with some       #"   body was found on February Ă&#x;"        #Âť Âź  Ă? 

    and returned to Nigeria,â&#x20AC;? a  " It was also learnt that the

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South African police came into

 #      revealed Omokohâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s connection  #  "    #   the suspect had given useful  #  Âş   are in top gear to track his  #Âź "

punched Franklyn and he smashed the cup in his hand and started â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;jabbingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; me because he   Âş Âť" Others stood up when they saw blood gushing from my face     #"  â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was looking for water to clean #  "  

 # #      "  the time I went back inside the Âź  Âş     Ă? Ă&#x2026;    Âş" Âş     Âş     "   Âť   and others were the ones who descended on him when they Âş#  "Ă&#x201E; On the contrary, Harrison   Âź

     claim of Owolabi, also known   "    Owolabi joined Franklyn against  Âş    " â&#x20AC;&#x153;While all these were happening, we ran outside and #  Âť "  Âş  shouting and pulling Moshood "   Âş º Âş  Âş happening, we started hearing Âť  "  and Seun came outside and Moshood stabbed Seun on the  ÂťĂ&#x201E;  "     ]   of Oyo State Command, Olabisi Okuwobi-Ilobanafor, a Deputy Superintendent of Police said

#      Magistratesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Court 2, Iyaganku, Ibadan, on Monday, January 20 on a two-count charge  Âź    #  " Owolabi has been remanded in prison custody Agodi, while the case was adjourned till February Ă&#x2021;    "

Lagos CP warns Mushin, Bariga residents Tunde Busari ommissioner of Police of Lagos State Command, Umar Manko, has come 

        Mushin and Bariga, especially to embrace peace or face the  Âş   Âş" The CP gave the warning soon after the meeting of Lagos State Security Council at the Lagos House, Marina during the week, saying the security agencies would henceforth go    Âź Âź   " â&#x20AC;&#x153;From today, they should have a rethink because if they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t, they would face the consequences, that is, the Âź # Ă&#x201E;" Present at the meeting include the Special Adviser to the Governor on Security, Major Tunde Panox (rtd), Commander, NNS Beecroft, Apapa, Navy Commodore Chris Ezekobe, Commander, 9 Brigade Ikeja, Brigadier Ohifeme Ejemai, representative of Commander, 435 Base Services Group, Air Commodore Najeem Sanusi and State Director, State Security Service (SSS), Mr   "

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Shopkeeper prosecuted over N.2m

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ne Chinedu Okey, who allegedly ran away with N200, 000 belonging to his master Chuks         " The 21-year old, a resident  Ă&#x201A;Âş  "  Âť   Oshodi area of Lagos, appeared at an Oshodi Magistrate Court,  " Âź 

 Âź"  Olatunde, told the court that the   ##    "Ă&#x;Ă&#x2030;¿žĂ&#x2021; " Olatunde said the accused was sent by his boss to deposit N200, 000 in the bank, he left the shop with the money and did   

" â&#x20AC;&#x153;Only N20, 000 was recovered from the accused when a search Âş  #"Ă&#x2020;Ă&#x2020;  

  contravened Section 285 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, Ă&#x2030;¿žž" Section 285 prescribes a threeyear jail term as penalty for  " The accused pleaded not guilty and was granted bail in the sum of N50, 000 with one   Âť #" The Magistrate, Akeem Fashola, adjourned the case to ž¿   # "


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Sports Update Emenike set to return from injury

Olumide Oyedeji wins NEL Awards

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Mamadou Gaye: Cote dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Ivoire â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;ll fail in Brazil

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ote dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Ivoire journalist and football pundit, Mamadou Gaye, has said that his country will have another poor outing at the World Cup in June. The Elephants are making their third appearance at the Mundial and are expected to be one of Africaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s main hopes of reaching the knock out stages in Brazil having been placed in Group C alongside Colombia, Japan and Greece. When an elder sees a mudskipper, he must not afterwards say it was a crocodile. The above aphorism, from Ola Rotimiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tragic play Kurunmi, appositely suits the revelation of the football pundit on reasons behind his assenting statement that Sabri Lamouchiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Elephants will participate in the 20th World Cup but return home empty handed. Gaye, also known as â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;the Assassin of Abidjanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, is not a neophyte. The Ivorian football journalistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s views are as internationally acclaimed as they are controversial. The Elephants made their debut at Germany 2006 and got kicked out           losing to Argentina and the Netherlands in their Âź Âş $

 before securing a facelifting 3-2 victory over Serbia and Montenegro. Four years later in South Africa, it was the same tale as their 3-1 defeat to Brazil, their only loss of that tournament, ensured they booked an   Ă?   Âť # despite their 0-0 draw

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with Portugal and their 3-0 spanking of North Korea. To many football followers, Brazil 2014 will be the last chance for their golden generation of footballers to inscribe their names in gold as that will mark their curtain call on the international scene. According to Gaye, Cote dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Ivoire stand no chance because of the playersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; age. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Whenever you see the starting line-up of the Elephants in any game, at least seven of the players are over 30. That is a serious problem,â&#x20AC;? Gaye brusquely told Goal at the GLO/CAF Awards in Lagos. Another reason why the Elephants will fail, as stated by Gaye, is lack of discipline which, according to him, has eaten deep into the fabric of the Ivorian senior team as they see any such national assignment as a time for jamboree. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This team is marred by indiscipline. They never take competitions serious. They play in Âź     they have the money, fame and everything and whenever they come to play for the national team they see it as a time to party,â&#x20AC;? said Gaye.

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i g e r i a international s t r i k e r , Emmanuel Emenike manuel has returned returned d to to training train g following he wing g the injury j picked ed up p last week. Thee big striker g was injured during j g Fenerbahceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Turkish rbahceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Super er Lig game against Konyaspor yaspor y p on January y 27. Thee 26-year-old was y forced d to leave the pitch p at the he Sukru Saracoglu

y Stadyumu in the 80th minute of the contest a g a i n s t y p with Konyaspor p Mehmet Topuz g his place. p taking Fenerbahceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s q y medic subsequently ruled that the  Âť Âş 

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Blatter â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;openâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; to reelection as FIFA boss member associations.        Âş¢ ½Ă&#x192; Ă&#x2020;# good health and I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t see why I should now think about stopping the work. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If the member associaBlatter tions ask me to be a candiŸŸ    - date I would not say â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;noâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;.â&#x20AC;?    # Âź   #     ing himself out of in June 1998 when he beat the then boss of UEFA Lenseeking re-election as president of footballâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nart Johansson.       world governing body. The 77-year-old resident been returned three more of Zurich has indicated he times.

    #  Âş Âť   # head of FIFA if he receives with FIFA came in 1975 when he became their techenough backing from the

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nical director until 1981, before spending 17 years as general secretary. The only person to announce he is planning to stand for the presidency is former FIFA deputy-general secretary Jerome Champagne but the Frenchman # Âť

        tion. UEFA president Michel Platini is considering his options but is almost cer     " Voting for the post of FIFA president takes place next year.

Plane hijack attempt rocks Sochi chi Games

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Pegasus Airlines plane landed at an Istanbul airport Friday after a passenger â&#x20AC;&#x153;said that there was a bomb on boardâ&#x20AC;? and wanted the plane to land in Sochi, Russia, the site of the Winter #Âź   ]  Âş  Turkeyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Transportation Ministry. â&#x20AC;&#x153;While the plane was in the air, one of the passengers said that there was a bomb on

board and asked the plane to not land in Sabiha Gokcen (in Turkey) but rather to land in Sochi,â&#x20AC;? Transportation Minis  ]   Âź  Âť  Friday on CNNTurk. The Olympic Games began Thursday in Sochi amid intense security against potential

   Âť"] Âź ceremonies were being held Friday. The 110 passengers are still

on board the plane, a pub Âź# ]   Friday night in Turkey. The alleged hijacker is of Ukrainian nationality, Soluk said. The plane sent a hijacking signal, and after landing it was being held in a safe zone at Istanbulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sabiha Gokcen Airport, Turkish state media outlet TRT reported.  Âź   Ă?

a route between Kharkov in Ukraine, and Istanbul, the Transportation Ministry representative said. It wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t clear Âş    Ă?   "

evening at The Regent, 331 Regent Park Road, Finchley Central, London N3 1DP, Team Nigeria Basketball captain Olumide Oyedeji will be decorated as the winner of the Nigeria Entertainment and Lifestyle Awards in the Education Lifestyle Category. Previous winners of the prestigious award include television icon Julie Coker and top fashion designer Adebayo Jones. Oyedeji who is also a member of the board of Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF) is being honouring for helping hundreds of kids, especially Nigerian children in the United Kingdom, to rediscover their destiny and change their course from selfdestruction. Just like in Nigeria where his programme, Olumide Oyedeji Basketball Camp has helped many young Nigerians actualize their dream of playing Âť    education, his programme in the United Kingdom, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC; Shoot a ball, not a Gunâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; has helped many young Nigeria to quit crime and other anti-social behaviour that could lead to self-destruction. An elated Oyedeji expressed his profound gratitude to the board of the Nigeria Entertainment and Lifestyle Awards   ŸŸ      contributions towards #Âť Âş    place. He revealed that his youth empowerment programme is his covenant with God and that he will continue to impact on younger ones and give them direction. Oyedeji also urged his colleagues to also use their God given talent and resources to help the youth.


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Sports of the daily highlights on: Supersport, CoolFM, Wazobia FM and Nigeria Info FM. The daily highlights will include news, interviews,        among others. Trimnell added that the NUGA Games would also provide the bank a good iamond Bank Plc., platform to launch DiaNigeriaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading mond S.W.A.G., its newly retail bank, will be designed product meant for the lead sponsor the youth segment. She said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have just of the 24th edition of the Nigerian Universities Games developed a new prodAssociation (NUGA) com- uct called the Diamond S.W.A.G. which we expetition. The event, which will pect to create value for our hold between February 12- young customers; to enable 22, 2014 at the prestigious and empower them for the Obafemi Awolowo Univer- future. We see the NUGA sity, Ile Ife, Osun State, will      Âź  #      Ă&#x17D;Âż    to launch this product and and 7,000 athletes that will partner the students in 

žĂ&#x160;  Âź  building a secured future.â&#x20AC;? Trimnell also informed including Track & Field, Badminton, Basketball, that Diamond Bank has Chess, Cricket, Handball lined up a number of activiand Judo. Others are Hock-        ey, Football, Swimming, Ta- add to the fun and exciteble tennis, Taekwondo, Ten- ment of the event. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Bank is instituting a nis and Volleyball. According to Mrs Ayona daily â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;NUGA Challengeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; at Trimnell, Head of Corporate the Arena where interested Communications, Diamond students can come and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;repâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Bank Plc, the bankâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s support their respective universifor the event is part of its tiesâ&#x20AC;?. Also participants will sponsorship programmes stand a chance to win N50, targeted at supporting the 000 or N100, 000 in the Diadreams and aspirations of mondXtra Special NUGA draw at the Diamond Nigerian youths. She said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;As a responsible S.W.A.G. Concert, plus lots corporate citizen, we rec- of exciting giveaways, inognise the role competitive cluding a VIP ticket to the sports play in developing Diamond SWAG Concert well-rounded youths. The which will feature a mystery NUGA Games provides that guest artiste on February 22, added. needed platform for sports- 2014,â&#x20AC;? she tivemanship and competitiven to ness, hence our decision ship p add it to our sponsorship portfolio to ensure thatt the youths get the best of thee experience.â&#x20AC;?            ames awareness for the Games beyond the vicinity of the k has host university, the bank   Ă&#x2014;Âź   

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NFF: CHAN lessonsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll help Eagles in Brazil Pellegrini, T Johnson win he countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s football ruling body has expressed hope that the senior national team will be stronger at the World Cup following the competition in South Africa The Nigeria Football Federation Vice President, Mike Umeh has told Goal, exclusively, that the football house has learnt so many lessons from the just-concluded African Nations Championship. It hopes these messages will be internalised to ensure a successful campaign for the Super Eagles at the Ă&#x2030;¿ž��&#x17E;  Âź" The Eagles ended the CHAN as bronze medallists in their debut outing in the tournament following a close 1-0 win over Zimbabwe in the third-place match last Saturday. Despite the inability of the nation to triumph in the competition meant for players plying their trade in their respective lands, the NFF has disclosed that the CHAN has opened the countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s football governing body to the obvious fact that talents abound in the Nigeria Premier League and that they should be given opportunity to thrive. Though Umeh opined that the World Cup in Brazil is of higher standard to the CHAN, he stressed that the experience the home based gathered in South Africa would assist them greatly when the competition for World Cup squad

places hots up.

  #    NFF is looking at various ways to make the league more viable and lucra       #  sponsors. He also hopes to ensure that good players are not lost to clubs in Europe. The former Anambra State FA Chairman noted that if the league becomes #  Âź    Âş   participation of private  #Âź   es would be happy and the leagueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s following would also improve. He admonished Nigerians to support the growth of the local league and also to ensure that they pour into match venues in the same way they do to viewing centres when they want to watch English Premier League games. Umeh told Goal: â&#x20AC;&#x153;The competition in South Africa has ended and all focus is now on the World  Âź  

"  have learnt a great deal from the just-concluded CHAN which will be of use to us when the World Cup campaign starts. Even though we canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t equate the CHAN with the World Cup because they are not on the same level, we have seen that we have good players in the local league that can be nurtured to stardom. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The way they played in South Africa showed that with good enabling environment, we can get there. I will appeal to pri  #  #   aid to change the face of the league.â&#x20AC;?

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anchester City boss M a n u e l Pellegrini has been named Barclays Manager of the Month for the second successive month. The Chilean, who led his side to four victories during the period - and within two points of Arsenal at the top of the

    #     manager to win back-toback awards since Carlo      feat with Chelsea in 2011. January also saw City advance to the fourth round of the FA Cup while securing their place in the Capital One Cup Final. Adam Johnson picked up the January award for Barclays Player of the Month following an impressive period with rejuvenated Sunderland. The winger, who is

being widely tipped for a recall to Roy Hodgsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s England squad, scored a hat-trick in the 4-1 victory at Fulham before   Ă&#x2C6;   in a 2-2 draw with Southampton. And he completed the month by taking his     Âş  the winner against Stoke City, a result which lifted Gus Poyetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s side to 14th in the Barclays Premier League table. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been working hard and everything has clicked and fallen back into place again,â&#x20AC;? Johnson told Sky Sports News. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The highlight of the #  Âş   the hat-trick at Fulham Âş  #  good goal-scoring run and the goal against Stoke, which earned us a 1-0 victory, was also huge.â&#x20AC;?

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ew Norwich h signing, Joseph Yobo, agrees with Tottenhamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tim Sherwood that Manchester City are â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;probablyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; the best team in the world but insists his experience at Everton has taught him that any side can be beaten on the day. Yobo signed for the Canaries on deadline day after leaving Turkish side Fener  #   playing against the likes of City is what brought him back to England. But he insists Norwich wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be intimidated by the Citizens and believes Chris Hughtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s team can get a result if they show up with the  

" From my experience at Everton, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not always easy but you can beat anyone on your day He said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Yeah, probably on their day but from my experience at Everton, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not always easy but you can beat anyone on your day so it depends how you turn up.

Yobo â&#x20AC;&#x153;With Norwich playing at home itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s going to be a very ]  #

Âź  weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be looking for a result.â&#x20AC;? Yobo also revealed he waited until the last minute to make a decision about joining Norwich, but a conversation with Chris Hughton was enough to sell him on a move to Carrow Road. He added: â&#x20AC;&#x153;I wanted to come back to the Premier League because itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s probably the best league in the world. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been here, I know this league very well and I just wanted to challenge myself again as well because of my ambition. â&#x20AC;&#x153;And also when Norwich came in, I think the manager was able to convince me to come here. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I waited until the last minute to make a decision where I was going but when Norwich came in it and I Ÿ Âş     Âş very easy to decide.â&#x20AC;?


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Celebrating a Centenary of failed promises & missed targets?

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ince the 1st of January 2014, Nigeria has been celebrating 100 years of the founding of Nigeria as a Nation. Though the celebrations have    by the political drama of defections and realignments, a series of events have been held as part of the elaborate commemoration of the amalgamation of the Northern and Southern protectorates. Indeed the events started since last year, with the SGF in the driving seat. >    centenary celebrations are in a way different from the usual. The usual fanfare that characterises our national events seems to be subdued in planning and execution. We are told that not much of governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s money is involved in the celebrations; that most of the events are sponsored by the private sector. Perhaps the greatest innovation is the idea of a Centenary City. This 21st Century city, to be built around Abuja, B    {   entertainment and totally owned by the Private Sector. Great ideas! But the question is, what are we re[;? that there is really nothing to celebrate. And they say so with good reasons. ;    the average Nigerian has not improved     100 years. The aged in the country - the  &  with nostalgia of what great fun and life they enjoyed when Lagos was a colony. They point at the quality of education, where a Primary 6 or StanK L @ Y ;  today! They point to our poor healthcare and tell of how local dispensaries  { healthcare services than some of the Teaching Hospitals of today, where the     drugs all over the place. %      celebrate cite the depressing level of poverty among the populace and the widening gap between the extreme   & #%  of hunger in the country. The extremists allege that the amalgamation of the North and South is more of a curse than blessing. They claim that the South has been slowed down by the North while the North has been made lazy and corrupted by the oil wealth from the South, diverting them from the prosperous Agriculture-based economy they were running. They blame the unhealthy rivalry between the North and the South, and the perpetual struggle for political power with its { ple, on the 1914 amalgamation. They posit that both protectorates will have made more meaningful progress separately than being joined as one country. They point at the instability created by   ÂŁ  country by the militancy in the South  V\  

North and blame it squarely on the political struggle for supremacy and access to national resources. While some of us disagree with some of these postulations, present happenings in the country seem to lend some credence to their position. It is distressing that 100 years since the amalgamation and 54 years since the attainment of Independence, our political sophistication is still so rudimentary and mundane. The centrepiece of our political discussions and disputations today is on â&#x20AC;&#x153;whose turnâ&#x20AC;? it is to rule. After 100 years as a nation, we are yet to be fully wielded into a truly united country. At this time, we ought to have lost our tribal and ethnic consciousness and {   â&#x20AC;&#x2DC; Nigeriaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Our political disputations should be on â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;what is best for Nigeriaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and not what is best for the North or the South. In fact, it is so distressing that many people even contemplate the disintegration or dissolution of Nigeria. Today, that seems to be our greatest fear with many predictions from home and abroad. Why must it be so? Why does such threat not exist for America even with its multi-racial and multiethnic foundation? In my attempt to answer the questions posed above, I came to the conclusion that our political class whether civilian or military - have betrayed the nation with a litany of failed promises and missed targets. A thorough and dispassionate analysis shows that Nigeria is less united in 2014 than we were in 1914. As of a truth, our unity as a nation was stronger even at Independence in 1960 than it is today. The problem, in my view, is that many ?   in belonging to the nation. They seem not to have any real ownership of the country. Right or wrong, many feel that they have no share in the country and that the country does not belong to them but to some â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;other peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. If the country were theirs, why would they want it destroyed? Why even would    [Q     destroy what he or she owns? People were promised â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Health for allâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and what they got was â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;death for

Ahead Centinary celebrations

WORDS ON MARBLE Nothing is miserable unless you think it so; conversely, every lot is happy if you are content with it. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Anclus Manlius Severinus Boethius, Roman philosopher (c.475 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 524)

Entrepreneurial Paradigm Sam

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samohuabunwa@gmail.com allâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. They were promised â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Housing for allâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, but what they got was â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Housing for a fewâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. They were promised â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Better life for all â&#x20AC;&#x2DC; but they got â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Better life for the privilegedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. They heard â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Justice for allâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; but they see â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Justice for the afÂŁ6#X {/6  { even one â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;rectangularâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; meal a day. So what is the joy in belonging to a nation that seems not to care for you but actu[}         ployment, so they decide to trade but  & ÂŁ    #' then they build their own shops and then the shops are termed â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;illegalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and are pulled down by bulldozers without

Things cannot continue to be so and must not be allowed to be so if we want a united Nigeria that is owned by all Nigerians. Ownership is critical. Yes, it is true that a lot of effort has been made in recent years to reduce poverty, disease and the alienation of the underprivileged and the poor

alternative locations or compensation. What is the joy of belonging to an oil producing region when you cannot get    #;   from the oil producing areas still live in absolute squalor and poverty despite the oil derivation money being poured into the region. In the North, the divide between the political class and the rest is so sharp and deep. All the beautiful houses are owned by councillors, local government chairmen or senior public servants. The fastest and shortest route to good life is now through politics. Things cannot continue to be so and must not be allowed to be so if we want a united Nigeria that is owned by all Nigerians. Ownership is criti#} {  been made in recent years to reduce poverty, disease and the alienation of the underprivileged and the poor. X  ; B  Â K;BÂ L  allocation to pro-poor projects with  B    Obasanjo regime to the current social safety net projects of the Jonathan   ; + \ K;+\L  including the Conditional Cash TransK++%L + X Women and Youth Employment K+XQ}@L   *Q for the Youth Programme. But if the truth must be told, these are far too little to correct the many years of imbalance. The welfare of every Nigerian must truly become the centre piece of every government policy and expenditure. Our political leaders must set themselves free from the hostage they are held by the political and business   ing for the masses but are truly only concerned about themselves and their   in the communities to feel and see the {  programmes that will deliver service and succour to the people. When they ÂŁ  to their luxurious homes and only meet       chance of truly feeling the pains of the people. And so the majority of Nigerians will continue to feel alienated, and will feel disenfranchised and so do not see the need to defend the unity of this nation. As we begin the political manoeuvre and competitions for 2015, I humbly request the political class and their pri  breath and ponder how we can create an all-inclusive nation where none will #'   from time to time must give way to a coordinated and strategic plan to open up the economic space for all Nigerians   #Q need to evolve a Nigerian equivalent of the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;American dreamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. That is the only way, in my view, that we can ensure that Nigerians become patriotic about our country, leading to true unity. If the     celebrations, then there will be something worthwhile to celebrate.

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