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Uproar over minimum wage as FG, States, Labour differ FG wants N24,000, States N20,000, Labour N30,000

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Hope rises for 2019 polls as NASS okays N189bn budget 
 Senate considers other aspects of budget today, wants FG to find missing General We’ll resist attempt to frustrate Electoral Act amendment – Dogara g 5

L-R: Executive Director, Unified Payments, Babatunde Okeniyi; Executive Chairman, Lafferty Group, London, Michael Lafferty; Managing Director, Ecobank Nigeria, Patrick Akinwuntan; Editorial Director, Lafferty Group, London, Ronan Lynch and Group Head, Microfinance and Financial Inclusion, Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI), Rotimi Nihinlola, at the Retail Banking Council Africa forum organised by Lafferty in Lagos...on Wednesday.

Fidelity Bank launches new savings campaign, unveils novel Account Opening initiativeg 3

Assets: Court approves service of FG’s charge against Ekweremadu, Akpan through NASS g 6

Herders/farmers FG releases g 5 clashes: Tinubu N460bn for 2018 slams Afenifere, capital projects Sets to increase its Odumakin g6 shares in Afreximbank


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...10 firms record N1.37trn equities in 9 months Continued from page 1 Federal Government is rooting for N25,000, the State governments are seeking for N20,000 while the Organised Labour is insisting on N30,000 minimum wage. The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) had on Tuesday said that the tripartite committee has agreed on N30,000 as new minimum wage. But the claim did not go down well with Federal and States governments as they insisted that the claim by the NLC was not part of the agreement. In a swift reaction on Wednesday, the Federal Government denied the reports that it has agreed N30,000 minimum wage with organised labour. The Minister of Labour and Productivity, Chris Ngige, disclosed this development on Wednesday after the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa. According to Ngige, negotiations are still ongoing as the stakeholders are yet to come to a consensus, pointing out that state governors and all principal actors have to be carried along. The minister further explained that during negotiations with organised labour, the figures were adjusted “as the labour unions adjusted their figures and came down to N30,000 per month, organised private sector also adjusted their figures from N25,000 which they had earlier proposed to N30,000. Noting that governors had their own figure, which was different from the figure of the Federal Government, Ngige said both the Federal Government and state governors’ figures were also presented. However, he pointed out that everything was taken into consideration, saying the cardinal principle of wage fixing mechanism under the ILO is the ability to pay . According to him, the issue of minimum wage under convention 131, the fixing mechanism takes that into

account and also says that there must be a consensual agreement. He said: “So we have a figure of the Federal Government and the state governments have theirs. The state government figure at the last time was N20,000, the Federal Government had a figure of N24,000 and that was where we all stood. “This negotiation took into account these irreducible offers on the different governments but we could not arrive at a consensus. Even though we adjourned our meeting and said we will put up a report that will reflect this position, we are still continuing to discuss informally to see if we can arrive at a common figure. “National Salaries and Incomes and Wages Commission have also done... for the government and presented to the economic management team, so discussions are still ongoing and that is where we are. “This information becomes very pertinent because I saw all your papers, the dailies yesterday were awash with the news that we have all agreed on N30,000. That is not true, the Federal Government has not agreed on N30,000. “The Federal Government is also carrying the states along because a lot of the workers are in the states and it’s a very sensitive matter. We cannot because the issue of minimum wage is item 34 and an Exclusive Legislation and the Federal Government is carrying its own team. “So it’s a bi-focal arrangement when it comes to the Federal Government through the National Assembly to go and fix an amount which the states will find difficult to pay resulting may be in retrenchment of workers in the states. While stating that the government doesn’t want any retrenchment, Ngige noted that President Buhari has always reiterated that no worker should be retrenched for as long as this administration is on. He added: “No worker will be denied his promotion for as long as this administration is on and recruitment to

replace people who have retired or people who are dead should continue to be done so that we face the issue of unemployment and do what we can through such recruitment. So this is the situation”. Meanwhile, the organised labour has debunked the statement of the Federal Government which said that the new minimum wage as agreed by the committee is N24, 000. Our correspondent, in a phone conversation with the Deputy General Secretary of the United Labour Congress, (ULC), Comrade Chris Onyeka, deduced that the President of the Nigeria Labour Congress, Comrade Ayuba Wabba, was being misquoted to have said that the committee has agreed on a unified amount. Onyeka further stated that the organised labour and the organised private sector have an agreed amount, but the government has chosen to politicise the issue, stressing that the minister of Labour is not happy about the N30, 000 labour has insisted on. “The organised labour ULC, TUC and NLC is going to issue a press statement. The fact is that we agreed N30,000 not N24,000, the organised private sector and the trade union movement. The Minister of Labour did not agree to that and that was the purpose of the adjournment of the last tripartite committee meeting. NLC President is being quoted out of context by some people over the recent statement credited to him about the proposed announcement by the Federal Government, which is not true”. “It is important we understand that nothing has been agreed by all the three parties. But the organised private sector and labour movement are on one page, except the Federal Government that is still at N25, 000, not even N24, 000; the Federal Government is playing games, I think Nigerians should wait until the committee submits its report. Government is trying to play unnecessary politics”.

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L-R: Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr. Boss Mustapha; Majority Leader of the House of Representatives, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila; Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki; his wife, Toyin; Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Yakubu Dogara; Senator Dino Melaye and other guests during a service of songs in honour of the late Hon. Funke Adedoyin in Abuja...on Monday.

Wife of Lagos State Governor/Chairman, Committee of Wives of Lagos State Officials (COWLSO), Mrs. Bolanle Ambode (2nd right); Medical Director, Gbagada General Hospital, Dr. Tayo Lawal (right); representative of Commissioner for Health, Dr. Olufunmi Taiwo (2nd left); Commissioner IV, Health Service Commission, Mrs. Kemi Ogunyemi (left) and representative of Chairman, Health Service Commission, Dr. Tokunbo Oluwole (middle), inspecting an incubator during the donation of two transport incubator ambulance and Portable Otoread equipment to four General Hospitals in the state by COWLSO as part of its annual Health Intervention Project for 2018, at the Gbagada General Hospital...on Wednesday

L-R: Ag. Head, Technology, Fidelity Bank Plc. Christopher Onyeneke; Executive Director, Shared Services and Products, Fidelity Bank Plc. Chijioke Ugochukwu; Past Promo Winner of N3 million, Alhaji Gaffar Abdullateef; Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Fidelity Bank Plc., Nnamdi Okonkwo; Past Winner, Atta Maria Edugwu; Divisional Head, Operations, Fidelity Bank Plc. Martins Izuogbe; Past Winner, David Itodo; Divisional Head, Electronic Banking, Fidelity Bank Plc. Ifeoma Onibuje at the launch of a new savings promotion campaign; Get Alert in Millions Savings Season 3 (GAIM3) in Lagos.

Fidelity Bank launches new Savings campaign, unveils novel Account Opening initiative Mattew Dadiya, Abuja

Fidelity Bank Plc has unveiled a novel account opening initiative, just as it launched a new savings promotion campaign aimed at rewarding

new and existing customers of the bank. The new account opening initiative, the first of its kind in the Nigerian banking industry, enables members of the public to open online savings accounts through a Quick Response (QR) code which can be scanned

from any of the promotional materials such as roll up banners, fliers, posters and newspaper adverts. This is expected to significantly ease the process of enrollment of new accounts and deepen the penetration of

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L-R: Business Executive from the United Kingdom, Trevor Bayley; Deputy Director of Trade and Investment for West Africa & Head of Trade and Investment for Nigeria, Hamed Kamal; Managing Director, Guinness Nigeria, Baker Magunda; British High Commissioner, Paul Arkwright and Business Executive from the United Kingdom, Jules Adams, during the visit of the British High Commissioner to Guinness Nigeria Brewery, Lagos... on Wednesday.


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Hope rises for 2019 polls as NASS okays N189bn election budget Tunde Opalana, and Henry Omunu, Abuja The National Assembly on Wednesday raised the hope of Nigerians on the conduct of the 2019 general elections as it resolved to approve the entire N189.2billion elections budget proposed by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). This was even as President Muhammadu Buhari in a fresh letter dated 19th September, 2018, requested the federal lawmakers to approve the entire N189bn elections budget for INEC along with N53bn for various security agencies totalling N242.4bn. The President in the letter addressed to both chambers of the National Assembly and read on the floor of the Senate on Wednesday said: “In the light of the current realities, and in order to ensure that the 2019 general elections are not affected by any delays in the passage into law of the 2019 budget, I wish to formally request that the total amount of N242, 445, 322,600.00 billion requested by INEC and the security agencies be considered for inclusion in my virement request under the 2018 Appropriation Act”. The Daily Times recalls that the President had in an earlier letter forwarded to the National Assembly, requested the lawmakers to approve only N143bn for INEC this year with the intension of capturing the balance of N45.6bn in the 2019 budget for the electoral body which was concurred to by committees of both chambers on INEC in September. But with the latest request by the President, Appropriation Committees of both chambers have set aside the report of the committee on INEC by approving the entire N189bn elections budget for INEC for virement in the 2018 budget.

Addressing journalists on the latest development, the Chairman, Senate Committee on Appropriation, Senator Danjuma Goje (APC, Gombe Central), said the committee after exhaustive debate on report of joint committee on INEC and President Buhari’s latest letter, decided to approve the entire N189bn elections budget for INEC. According to him, the decision was sequel to reasons adduced by Mr. President in the latest letter. “This committee has approved the entire N189bn elections budget INEC proposed for the 2019 polls which will be tabled on the floors of both chambers today for final approval. “The other components of the N242bn the President requested to be vired in the 2018 budget for conduct of the 2019 general election will be considered today (Thursday) after meeting heads of the affected security agencies like the National Security Adviser, Babagana Mungono, Inspector General of Police , Ibrahim Idris, Director General of Department of State Services etc”, he said. Goje further said that the committee was granting Buhari’s request of N189 bn to enable INEC conduct the 2019 elections to be reflected in the 2018 budget, adding that, “The 2018 budget would be amended to accommodate the sum N189,207,544,893 INEC budget.” The breakdown of the N242bn cost of 2019 elections, shows that while Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) takes N189,207,544,893.00bn, Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA), takes N4,281,500,000.00bn, Department of State Security (DSS) - N12,213,282,455.00bn, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps - N3,573,534,500.00bn, Nigeria Police Force - N30,541,317,432.00bn, Nigeria

Yakubu Immigration Service -N2,628,143,320.00bn. The Senate also on Wednesday urged security agencies in the country to intensify efforts towards finding the immediate past Director of Administration of the Nigerian Army, Major General Ibrahim Alkali (rtd), who suddenly disappeared in Du District of Plateau State on Monday, September 4, barely two months after his retirement as well as other missing Nigerians. The Senate also advised the federal government to set up an investigative panel of inquiry to unravel the circumstances surrounding the dumping of cars found in ponds of Lafande community in the district. Similarly, it urged the federal government to identify and interrogate possible suspects in the dastardly act and ensure that the perpetrators face the full wraths of the law to serve as deterrent to other criminally-minded persons in the

FG releases N460bn for 2018 capital projects Sets to increase its shares in Afreximbank

Mathew Dadiya, Abuja The Federal Government has disclosed that it has released N460billion from the N2.1 trillion capital expenditure for 2018 budget implementation. The Minister of Budget and National Planning, Senator Udoma Udo Udoma, stated this on Wednesday in Bali, Indonesia, after meeting with a delegation of Afreximbank officials on the sidelines of the Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank. Udoma said that more money will be released if the National Assembly approves the executive’s request. He said, “The amount of capital releases as of today is N460 billion. We just need a resolution of the National Assembly on the Borrowing Plan then we can fund it even more. We are spending money on N-Power, School feeding, Trader Moni. We are conscious to meet the needs of the vulnerable.” Meanwhile, Minister of Finance, Zainab Ahmed, also revealed that after her meeting with Afreximbank team, there was an understanding that Nigeria may likely increase its shareholding in the bank because of the value such increased shareholding holds for Nigeria. The minister said: “Part of what we discussed is the possibility of increasing our shareholding and

we discussed some of the projects and programmes that Afrexim is supporting in Nigeria. Afrexim has an extensive portfolio in Nigeria. About 40 percent of the bank’s portfolio is in Nigeria with support to the government but largely to the private sector. We need to increase our shareholding in the bank because there is a lot of value that we are getting from Afreximbank”. The Finance minister said that they also discussed the setting up of a medical park in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) “which is a discussion that has been going on for quite a long time. There was also a discussion on the establishment of Quality Assurance Centres in Ogun and other parts of the country. “We also discussed the setting up of Industrial Parks in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment in three Centres- Lekki, Kano and one in Kaduna” Zainab added. Asked to comment on Nigeria’s delay in signing the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), Zainab Ahmed maintained that “Trade Agreements are not things that the government will just enter into without due consultations with stakeholders in the private sector. We need to discuss with the private sector and agree with operators in that sector before we join. The discussions have been going on but we have not reached a consensus. We need to reach a

consensus before we agree to sign.” On his part, President of the Afreximbank, Prof Benedict Oramah, said “Nigeria is still a major shareholder in the bank, although, of recent, it has fallen back regarding its relative position. That is why we have had this discussion with the Minister of Finance to see how Nigeria could return to the position it was.” Asked to give details of Nigerian government’s current holding, Oramah said, “the equity holding of Nigeria is a Nigerian affair. Concerning the Nigerian government, it is number three today. But they have always been number one or number two in the past. Egypt and Zimbabwe are now number one and two respectively.” He said Afreximbank has “gotten assurances that the government would look at it and we hope that Nigeria’s holdings would come to the levels that would reflect the size of the Nigerian economy.” Regarding the bank’s business in Nigeria, Oramah said Afreximbank has an exposure of more than $3. 2 billion. “We are supporting virtually all the banks in Nigeria regarding lines of credit to be able to do export and import as well as concerning supporting SMEs. We are also supporting many private businesses. We are into manufacturing and other activities. Beyond that we are also pursuing what I would call impacting initiatives”, he added.

strongest possible terms. These resolutions were sequel to a motion, “The disappearance of retired Major General I. M. Alkali”, sponsored by Senator Mohammed Hassan (PDP, Yobe South), during plenary. Presenting the motion, Senator Hassan said wife of General Alkali, Salamatu, had on September 4, alerted the Army authorities that her husband who departed Abuja in the morning of the previous day for Bauchi had not reached his destination, having told her at about noon of the previous day that he arrived Jos safely and would be passing Du road to Bauchi. According to him, “that was the last communication she had with her husband until this moment as his whereabouts is presently unknown”. He noted that “following his disappearance, the Nigerian Army, with the support of the Nigeria Police, Department of State Services, Fire Service and other security agencies embark on intensive search vide tracking of his phone up to when it was switched off as well as relying on tips-off”. He explained further that when earlier efforts of the Army and other security agencies didn’t yield the desired result, a pool of water in Lafande community was drained amid protest by the local women, who claimed that it was their only source of drinking water. The lawmaker, however, lamented that “after two days of draining of the pond, a bus was found in it alleged to belong to a new young man that had earlier disappeared along that road, while on 29th September, 2018 at about 6pm, a Toyota car with registration number MUN 670 AA belonging to Major General I.M. Alkali was pulled out of the water with some of his belongings without any trace of his person, while another car, Rover was recovered from the pond whose owner disappeared in 2013”. Hassan also noted with concern the reported disappearance of numerous commuters along the Du axis for the past years, especially Bauchi onward bound travellers, stressing the need to address same urgently. The incident, according to him, raises some pertinent questions, including “Why did the people from Du community refuse to assist the security agencies during the search”, Why did the people (women) try to prevent the Army from draining the water”, “Why didn’t the community raise a formal complaint from the local government to the state government about the draining of the water”, and “Who were those spreading false information about the circumstances of the disappearance of Major General I.M. Alkali and what were their motives”. In his brief remarks, the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, commended Senator Hassan for the motion and urged the security agencies to intensify their efforts in finding the retired General and other missing Nigerians. Meanwhile, the Speaker House of Representatives, Hon Yakubu Dogara, on Wednesday, declared that the House would resist any further attempt to frustrate the enactment of the Electoral Act (amendment) bill as failure to do so would indicate a desire not to improve on the successes recorded in the 2015 general election. Delivering a speech to mark the resumption of the House from its annual recess at the National Assembly, Dogara said the passage of the amendment bill is also important in order to quell fears that some forces intend to manipulate the forthcoming elections by exploiting loopholes in the extant Electoral Act. He stated that the Electoral Act

(amendment) bill has provisions designed to guarantee free, fair and transparent elections, entrenches the smart card reader and electronic transmission of results, among others. The speaker assured that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) supplementary budget bill will be accorded expeditious consideration. “As we settle down to business, let me reiterate that the INEC supplementary budget bill must be accorded expeditious consideration. Furthermore, the pending issue of the Electoral Act amendment bill, which was unfortunately vetoed by Mr. President, must also be expeditiously considered and passed. “The new Electoral Act amendment bill has provisions that are designed to guarantee free, fair and transparent elections in Nigeria. The amendment bill entrenches the smart card reader and electronic transmission of results among others. “Any further attempt to frustrate the passing into law of the bill, will be indicative of our desire not to improve on the successes of the 2015 general elections and further fueling fears that some, including our international partners have about some forces who intend to manipulate the forthcoming elections by exploiting identified loopholes in the Electoral Act currently in force,” he added. The speaker described that the August 8 assault on the National Assembly by masked personnel of the Department of State Services (DSS) was a rude reminder that the nation’s democracy is still very fragile. He also urged the Buhari administration to ensure that all those who had fore - knowledge and participated in the invasion which he described as treasonable must be brought to book. Charging his colleagues to be steadfast in their fight to protect democracy, Dogara reminded them that their loyalty must be in tandem with their oath of office to the nation and not to any individual or sectional cause or interest. He said: “The goal of some people who are working to enthrone tyranny and despotism is to harass, intimidate and ridicule this great institution of the people to the point that we are forced to abdicate our responsibilities and fidelity to our oath of office. “It’s a pity that these elements know nothing about the character of this great Institution and the fact that our devotion to the rule of law far surpasses our love and admiration for any individual or group of persons.” Dogara thanked members of the National Assembly joint committee on INEC for the patriotism, sacrifice and commitment they put into the work on the supplementary budget of the electoral umpire for the 2019 general election. However, he cautioned that much work remains to be done in approving the INEC budget, adding that “I urge us not to be so absorbed by the politics of 2019 as to allow our legislative duties to suffer. “We must utilise the available time judiciously to serve the country and our people to the best of our ability. Having started strong with ground breaking and record setting achievements, we will be on the wrong side of history if we fail to finish as strongly as we started.” The speaker, who congratulated all House members who won their primary elections, condemned the level of impunity that characterised the party primaries because the leadership of political parties choose to pander to the whims and caprices of certain interests.


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Assets: Court approves service of FG’s charge Fidelity Bank launches new campaign... against Ekweremadu, Akpan through NASS Savings Continued from page 3 Andrew Orolua, Abuja

The Federal High Court in Abuja on Wednesday gave the Special Presidential Investigation Panel the nod to serve through substituted means the Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ikweremadu and Senator Albert Bassey Akpan with two-count charge for refusing to declare their assets. The orders of the court followed the complaint of the Federal Government that Ekwerewadu and Akpan have been evading the service of the criminal charges on them. Lawyer to the Federal Government, Mr Celsus Ukpong, in two separate ex-parte motions

on Wednesday urged Justice Binta Nyako to permit the service of the two count criminal charge against Ekweremadu through substituted service on the Clerk of the National Assembly. He claimed that the Deputy Senate President had allegedly thwarted all efforts to serve him with the charge to formally kick-start his trial on refusal to declare his assets before the Special Presidential Investigation Panel for the recovery of public property. The two count charge against Ekweremadu was filed last month but had not been served on him. Justice Nyako, after listening to the lawyer’s argument on the alleged evasion of service of

the charge, granted the Federla Government request and ordered that the charge be served on Ekweremadu through the Clerk of the National Assembly. In the second ex-parte motion, argued before Justice John Tsoho, also of the Federal High Court in Abuja, Ukpong had complained bitterly that Senator Bassey Akpan, also charged with failure to declare his assets, allegedly refused to be served. The lawyer prayed Justice Tsoho for an order to permitting the two-count criminal charge to be served on Akpan, who represents Akwa Ibom North East Senatorial District in the National Assembly. Ukpong also prayed the court for an order permitting

the Federal Government to temporarily take over two buildings traced to Senator Akpan, pending the investigation of allegations of false assets declaration against him. But Justice Tsoho in his ruling on the ex-parte motion, permitted the federal government to serve the criminal charge on Akpan via the Clerk of the National Assembly. Justice Tsoho, however, refused to grant order for temporary forfeiture to government the two houses in Abuja traced to the Akpan. While Justice Nyako adjourned the matter of Ekwremadu to October 22, Justice Tsoho adjourned that of Senator Akpan to November 19.

Herders/farmers clashes: Tinubu slams Afenifere, Odumakin Says Odumakin has problem of selective comprehension

Patrick Okohue, Lagos

National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and former Lagos State governor, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has berated the Publicity Secretary of Afenifere, Mr. Yinka Odumakin, for attacking him over his position on how to resolve the lingering Herders/Farmers clashes that have lingered over time in some states of the federation, claiming many lives. Accusing Odumakin, who spoke on behalf of Afenifere, of having a problem of selective comprehension, Tinubu in a statement by his media office and signed by Tunde Rahman, noted that what he said at the 2-day Conflict Resolution Summit with regards to “Unoccupied, isolated land can quickly be turned into grazing areas in the affected states”, were only short and long term options for an enduring peace in the incessant clashes between herders and farmers, without particular reference to the South West.

According to him, “it is not only some states in the South West that are affected, but several states across the country. Why Odumakin suddenly gets hot under the collar may not be farfetched. The usual frenzy and selfrighteous mentality he portrays is on full display. Perhaps next time, he should read through the whole submission and caution himself from self-righteousness and displaying in full glare anarchical emotions.” To further clarify his position, the Tinubu media office said the former governor’s position at the summit for the short term included that government must sustain wise policy and action to keep peace and prevent violent recurrences. He said: “Government must maintain reasonable and effective military and law enforcement presence in the affected areas. This presence should work with leaders of both the herder and farmer communities as well as traditional and religious leaders. “Government should develop a comprehensive remedial/

rehabilitation strategy for victims of the violent crisis. “Government must help herders gradually shift from their traditional nomadic existence to a more static lifestyle. We have to face the reality that modernity is making the nomadic way counterproductive and inefficient. “Unoccupied, isolated land can quickly be turned into grazing areas in the affected states. In the long run, this will enable herders to better maintain their livestock and thus their own livelihoods. “Government should establish a permanent panel as a forum for farmers and herders to discuss their concerns and identify ways to mitigate contention. This will also help educate the general public”. On the long term, the Tinubu media office said the former governor suggested that, “Nigeria needs to take the lead for Africa in international community for dealing with climate change. “Water catchment and conservation systems must be developed. This includes

the prudent use of dams and irrigation sub-systems maintainable at the local level. “More water efficient farming techniques must be employed. Projects to protect the land for additional desertification must take adequate priority. “These recommendations are suggestive and not at all comprehensive. However, I think they convey the idea that dealing with the immediate crisis is essential. But we also must position ourselves to deal with these larger forces which are at the deepest root of this challenge. If we cannot get to this root, our short-term efforts may be successful, but over time they will be of decreasing utility”. “This is a problem that is mostly not of your doing, but one that you must solve for the future of this nation and its people. If you allow your greatness as a nation to show, you shall succeed in securing the benefits of a good life and suitable environment people for generations to come. That is the Nigeria I see and believe in,” he added.

the new savings promo tagged, Get Alert in Millions Season 3, explained Executive Director, Shared Services and Products, Fidelity Bank, Mrs. Chijioke Ugochukwu, during the launch ceremony at the bank’s corporate Head Office in Lagos Monday. “This new savings promo is the 8th in 11 years. As with the previous ones, we are motivated to continue to empower our customers by rewarding them with cash and gift items, whilst at the same time promoting the savings culture, in line with the financial inclusion drive of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN),” said Mrs. Ugochukwu, who doubles as the Chairperson of the Promo Committee. Speaking shortly before formally flagging off the promo, Fidelity Bank CEO, Mr. Nnamdi Okonkwo, thanked customers, stating that the bank is motivated to continue to incentivize them for their patronage. He said it was imperative to acknowledge the contributions of customers to the growing fortunes of the bank. “Last week, we joined other institutions across the world to observe the 2018 Customer Service Week and I want to use this opportunity to again thank all our customers. Our impressive half year results attest to your support and with your continued patronage, we are on course to delivering on our financial targets for the year,” he said. As a customer-centric bank, Okonkwo said Fidelity Bank would continue to leverage technology, in line with its digital retail strategy, to better serve customers, through innovative products, services and solutions. He reeled our some of the products to include the newly upgraded Fidelity Online Banking, *770# Instant Banking and Flashkey. “Our online banking solution enables you to transfer foreign exchange seamlessly just as we are the first bank to introduce a chat banking solution that is known as Flashkey. This solution enables you to effect monetary transfers

whilst on any social media platform, without recourse to the online banking platform installed on your mobile device” he stated. GAIM Season 3, as the new savings promo is called, is expected to run for 9 months till June 2019. The bank, within this period will give out over N120 million in cash and consolation prizes, including weekly airtime rewards. To participate, Head, Retail Banking, Fidelity Bank, Mr. Richard Madiebo said “customers can open a savings account and grow it to N20, 000 or top up an existing account with N10, 000 or more to qualify for the monthly draws to win N1million or N2 million. To qualify for the star prize of N3m, he explained that customers are expected to grow their account balances by N50, 000 monthly whilst accounts that maintain a minimum of N200,000 qualify for the grand prize of a whooping N10 million. “As a bank with branches across the country, the draws ceremonies will be done to ensure that everybody, irrespective of where their accounts are domiciled, stand equal chances of winning” he explained. There will be a total of six draws to produce 77 cash and 108 consolation prize winners over the duration of the exercise. The launch ceremony had in attendance the press, regulatory bodies and some winners from previous savings promotion campaigns. Alhaji GaffarAbdullateef, a previous winner, thanked Fidelity Bank for the N3m he won in the last promo, saying that it “significantly gave boost to his business”. Assistant Director, National Lotteries Regulatory Commission, Joy Okuna, praised Fidelity Bank for the transparency displayed in the last promos. As regulators, our duty is to ensure that promos are conducted transparently and I must attest to the high degree of transparency that we see with all Fidelity Bank savings campaigns and we expect no less from this” she stated.

APC faults INEC, says party’ll produce candidates in 2019 polls Insists primaries held as stipulated

Tom Okpe, Abuja The All Progressives Congress (APC) has said that the party will produce its candidates in Zamfara State in the Governorship, Senatorial, House of Assembly and the State House of Assembly in the 2019 general elections on the grounds that it met all the criteria to do so. The APC also noted that its primary election was held on the dates fixed by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as stipulated by its Electoral Act. The APC in reaction to the allegation to INEC claims that it did not conduct party primaries in

Zamfara State within the stipulated time-frame in a letter to the electoral umpire on Wednesday said: “Be informed that in the spirit of due compliance with the law, we affirm that we shall indeed be presenting candidates for Governorship, National Assembly and State Assembly Elections in Zamfara State for the 2019 General elections before the deadline for submission of such names which has been fixed by your Commission on the 18th of October”. The letter further reads: “We refer to your letter on the above subject matter Ref: INEC/SEC/654/ 1/330 dated 9th October, 2018 and addressed to our National Chairman. “The contents of your said

letter seem to conclude that no primaries were conducted by the APC in Zamfara State. We wish to state emphatically that nothing can be farther from the actual situation in Zamfara State. Kindly find attached a comprehensive report from the Zamfara Electoral Committee of the APC and signed by all the members on the conduct of primary elections for the Zamfara State held between 6th & 7th October, 2018. “The summary of the report, as you will find, is that following the high level of friction, disagreements and threatened violence by various political camps before the primaries, all the aspirants met at City King Hotel, Gusau, to find a truce.

“After hours of intense horsetrading, a consensus was reached within the spirit and context of the Electoral Act and the constitution of our party on the basis of which a list was produced which was confirmed and affirmed by all delegates present. This was done in strict compliance with section 87 (6) of the Electoral Act, 2010 (as Amended). “Therefore, the claim in your letter under reference that “no primaries were conducted by your party In the state, notwithstanding that our officials were fully mobilised and deployed” could only be referring to their observation that actual voting did not take place, which is not the only mode prescribed for producing candidates in the Electoral Act, 2010 (as amended). We, therefore, affirm that indeed primaries took place in Zamfara State.

“Please also refer to the lNEC’s Timetable and Schedule of Activities for the 2019 General Elections released by the Commission on the 9th January, 2018. By that timetable, all political parties are expected to submit a list of their candidates on or before 18th of October, 2018, after exhausting all internal procedures for Appeals arising out of the congresses. “As a party, we are in the process of exhausting those internal procedures before forwarding the names of our candidates to you. We are perplexed that you did not wait for us to submit the names of our candidates in Zamfara State, considering that the time within which such submission should take place has not elapsed before raising your observation in your letter under reference. “This is more so when we received no correspondence

from the Commission at least to inquire from our party the true state of affairs in Zamfara State, in the spirit of fair hearing, before making haste to write your letter. We, however note that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) did not also hold primaries in Kano, but no such similar letter was written to the PDP in relation to Kano State. “It is our contention, in the circumstance, that your letter is not only preemptive, but your position seems to negate the spirit of any fair hearing and is devoid of legal basis”. The party noted that in line with section 87 (6) of the Electoral Act, 2010 (as amended), “If you raise further observations ‘after’ you receive our list of candidates, we shall be glad to clarify them. Please accept the assurances of our highest regards”.


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Reps threaten to sue IGP over lawmaker’s detention * Give police 12-hrs deadline to release Niger Rep

Henry Omunu, Abuja The House of Representatives on Wednesday threatened to sue the Inspector - General of Police, Ibrahim Idris if the police fails to release detained House member from Niger state, Rep. Abdullahi Lado within 12 hours. This resolution by the House is sequel to the adoption of a motion sponsored by Rep. Tobi Okechukwu on the inhuman treatment being meted on Rep. Lado by police officers of the Niger state Special Anti - Robbery Squad (SARS). Rep. Okechukwu in his lead debate stated that all efforts by the House to effect the lawmaker’s release from detention has yielded no result. He stated that the invitation and subsequent detention of Rep. Lado was not done through

due process as the presiding officers of the House weren’t notified before his arrest was effected. The House member therefore charged the House leadership to ensure the inspector general of police effects Rep. Lado’s release within 24 hours. Contributing to the debate, Rep. Nnenna Ukeje stated that the denial of justice is the worst kind of corruption, asserting that the police have continued to flout the rules that guide their set - up and governance to the detriment of democracy. Another House member, Rep. Nicholas Ossai reminded the House that the SARS has been recently reformed to tackle only cases of robbery and kidnapping and was therefore in breach of their mandate by delving into political issues. He therefore, urged the House to use all tools at its disposal to ensure the police do the right thing.

According to Rep. Arabo Simon the detained House member is been held in an Abuja cell even though the issue that warranted the involvement of the police originated in Suleja, Niger state. While stating that Rep. Lado’s detention is illegal, Rep. Sani Abdul said that the legislature needs to employ every tool at its disposal to stop the impunity with which its members are always treated by organs of the executive. House Leader, Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila stated that the injustice in the case was glaring, declaring that he is saddened that the constitutional right of Rep. Lado has been breached. He stated that the rights of the detained lawmaker’s constituents to vote for him and for him to be voted for has been disenfranchised as his detention prevented him from participating in the just concluded All Progressives Congress (APC) primaries.

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Short News Court voids PDP’s expulsion of Sen Kashamu, Ogun chairman from party Andrew Orolua, Abuja The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court in Apo, Abuja on Wednesday set aside the People’s Democrat ic Party’s (PDP) expulsion of Senator Buruji Kashamu (Ogun East) and the Ogun State Chairman of the party, Engr Adebayo Dayo from the party. Justice Valentine Ashi, in a ruling held that purported expulsion was unlawful because it was done in flagrant disobedience of a subsisting order of the court made on December 7, 2017, which was restated on January 9, 2018, directing parties not to do anything to jeopardise the hearing of the pending case. The court had, while restating its earlier order on January 9, 2018 added that the PDP must not carry out any disciplinary action against the defendants without first, having recourse to the court. Justice Ashi, who nullified the expulsion, also set aside the PDP’s letter, dated August 1, 2018 conveying the expulsion to Kashamu and Dayo. The judge ordered PDP’s Chairman, Uche Secondus to, within 48 hours of his receipt of the court order, to show cause why the court’s disciplinary measure should not be deployed against him for aiding his party to violate a valid court order.

Kwara APC primaries: Ex- FCC boss vows to reclaim stolen mandate Kehinde Akinpelu, Ilorin A governorship aspirant in the just concluded controversial primaries of the All Progressive Congress (APC), in Kwara state and Taliban of Ilorin, Professor Shuaib Oba AbdulRaheem has said he was making frantic efforts to restore his stolen mandate. Professor Shuaibu of former staff of the federal character commission (FCC), who appealed for calm amongst his supporters condemned the process of the primaries which according to him, “was an attempt to undermine the tenets of democratic process”. Daily Times recalls that after a failed attempt to announce the party’s governorship candidate, 48 hours after the primaries were held in kwara state, the national working committee of the APC in a statement by its national publicity secretary,Yekin named Alhaji AbdulRahaman Abdulrasaq as its flag bearer. The development triggered anger and protest from at least 5 of the aspirants including AbdulRaheem. Reacting to the development in a statement issued to Journalists in Ilorin on Wednesday, the former unilorin vice chancellor attributed what transpired to what he called “unpatriotic roles of certain elements within the hierarchy of the party”.

Saraki swears in 2 new senators The President of the Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki, has Edo State Governor Godwin Obaseki, speaking to 7000 new digital teachers who are graduating from the Edo Basic Education Sector Transformation administered the oath of office on Lawal Gumau (APC- Bauchi (Edo-BEST) programme at the main bowl of the University of Benin (UNIBEN) Sports Complex, in Benin City, the Edo State capital. South) and Ahmed Babba-Kaita (APC- Katsina North) as senators of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The senators were sworn in during plenary on Wednesday. Gumau emerged winner of the Bauchi South Senatorial election held on Aug. 11. (NIS) on Monday 8th October. investigation which hindered their possible Andrew Orolua, Abuja Gumau, who was a member of the House of Representatives, Represented by the Head of Operations at arrest by NIS. replaced late Sen. Ali Wakili, who died on March 17. the Command, Mr. Taiwo Waheed, NAPTIP The representative of the Head, Consular, Meanwhile, Babba-Kaita who was declared winner of the Boss Okah-Donli hailed the Ghanaian passage David Ako Sowah, expressed the Ghana High Katsina North Senatorial election, replaced Sen. Mustapha The National Agency for the Prohibition of law in 2017 banning the external migration Commission’s appreciation for the level of Bukar, who died on April 4. of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), on of women especially to the Middle East and cooperation and good working relationship Wednesday in Lagos handed over eight thus preventing young African women from between the Agency and the Commission. The interception of the women is in tandem women suspected to be victims of human falling prey to human traffickers and cheap with a law passed by the government of trafficking to the Ghana High Commissioner labour merchants. NAPTIPs preliminary investigations Ghana in 2017 which puts a ban on the external to Nigeria. The Ghanaian women who were intercepted revealed that the ladies, who are between ages migration of Ghanaian females as part of at the Murtala Muhammed International 24 and 34 are possible labour migrants, six of efforts to protect them from falling victims of Mr Jacob Ajegana- Kudu, an aspirant on the platform of All Airport (MMIA), Lagos, by Officers of the whom have previously worked in Kuwait, human trafficking and other dehumanizing Progressives Congress (APC) in Nasarawa state, has rejected the result Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) on Monday Dubai, and Saudi Arabia, from whence they practices prevalent all over the world. of the just concluded State House of Assembly primaries election in his constituency. This is contrary to earlier reports in the 8th October are being repatriated to Ghana as returned to Ghana at the expiration of their Ajegana-Kudu, who is seeking election to represent Nassarawa visas. media which stated that the intercepted victims of human trafficking. Eggon East constituency in the state assembly, made his position Prior to their interception, the women women were human traffickers. Preliminary Dame Julie Okah-Donli, the Director known on Wednesday at a press conference in Akun Development General NAPTIP stated this at the NAPTIP reportedly left Ghana and arrived Nigeria investigations has revealed that they were Area of the State. Lagos Zonal Command, during the formal with the aim of boarding an Egypt Air flight possible victims of human trafficking and He alleged that the whole process was compromised by the party’s handover to the Ghana High Commission, to Cairo, then proceed to Kurdistan, Republic exploitation, bearing in mind the various Returning Officer, who did not display the delegates list. Hussein Adam Amandi who was represented of Iraq. The links to Kurdistan were reportedly reports of exploitation being faced by young Ajegana-Kudu also alleged that the delegates list was tampered with by the Second Secretary, David Ako Sowah made by their Ghanaian Agents who had Nigerian and African girls in domestic in the six electoral wards of the constituency, adding that delegates were for safe repatriation, eight Ghanaian women convinced them of great opportunities in Iraq. servitude in the Saudi Arabia and other intimidated and harassed by hired thugs at the venue of the election. The aspirant called for the cancellation of the election and appealed intercepted at the Murtala Muhammed The women were unable to give traceable Middle East countries. They have also been to the National Leadership of APC to organise a fresh election and the International Airport (MMIA), Lagos, by information about the Nigerian agents successfully handed over to the Ghanaian venue should be relocated from Nassarawa Eggon. Officers of the Nigeria Immigration Service who linked them at the Airport for further authorities for further actions.

Trafficking: NAPTIP handover 8 women to Ghana High Commission

APC primaries: Aspirant rejects result in Nasarawa


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Obiano: What legacy for APGA? The principle that the end justifies the means is and remains the only rule of political ethics; anything else is just a vague chatter and melts away between one’s fingers ~ Arthur Koestler in Darkness at Noon

Chinemelu Nwokike

The votes have been cast, yet the recent APGA primary election can rightly be described as the most controversial in the party’s history. Despite the repeated assurance of a level playing ground by the party leadership, we have been inundated with reports of widespread electoral malpractices ranging from intimidation, sabotage, blackmail, nepotism to imposition. Last June I was in Anambra for about three weeks. While working out with a high ranking official of the state government his phone rang and he excused himself to take the call outside the noisy gym. He returned a few minutes later and as we chatted he informed me that a politician who recently decamped to APGA was already inquiring about the delegate list for the party primaries scheduled for September. I replied that the politician must be a veteran. I was proven right in due course as the politician subsequently left APGA after futile attempts to access the delegates. That was an indication of things to come. I reckoned that if such a heavyweight politician couldn’t access the delegates, it is axiomatic that the coming primaries was likely to have been predetermined and would be anything but free and fair. Senator Stella Odua opened the door of strife when she decamped to the PDP citing ‘lack of internal democracy’ as her reason for leaving the party she joined less than four months ago. In Anambra South Senatorial district which is arguably the wealthiest in the continent, the battle for the Senate ticket kicked off with stories of the party’s plan to impose Bianca Ojukwu on

the people. Ifeanyi Uba who moved his support to APGA after a botched attempt to obtain the gubernatorial ticket of the PDP alleged a breach of an agreement to grant him an automatic ticket. In Imo state despite claims in some quarters that no election was held Senator Ifeanyi Ararume’s camp has been in wild jubilation as reports of his victory filled the media. A friend had questioned the propriety of granting the former Okigwe Senator who only joined the party a waiver while denying Ifeanyi Uba same after he worked assiduously towards Obiano’s second term. As it were, Bianca Ojukwu was upstaged by the seasoned Nicholas Ukachukwu who eventually clinched the ticket after Ifeanyi Uba was disqualified. However, as I write the rumour currently making the rounds is that the party leadership has concluded plans to annul the election and substitute his name with that of the APGA matriarch who came second. It appears that we may not have heard the last about that exercise. These are a few prime examples among many disputed cases of irregularities arising from the exercise. In fairness to Obiano, he has done well in terms of governance. That much was confirmed by a resounding victory last November. However, unlike his predecessor who was notable for his frugality and exceptional ability in resources management to achieve maximum results, Obiano is renowned for his flamboyance and love for aesthetics which by the way has produced good results too. So it is a matter of style which each leader is well entitled to. But while Obi may have performed excellently in governance, being a businessman somewhat limited his perception of politics to mercantilism. Peter rarely trusted in others’ ability to deliver.

During his time he sat atop a pyramid where he determined everything including those that could have been successfully executed via delegation. Consequently, he failed woefully in building what Nigerians refer to as ‘a structure’. (A group of influential loyalists capable of mobilising the electorate to deliver needed votes). This left him with little political followership as he left APGA and was equally responsible for candidate’s poor showing in the gubernatorial election. Obiano seems to have learned from this Firstly, he has maintained a close relationship with former APGA Chairman and serving Senator Victor Umeh who is regarded as a sagacious politician that understands Igbo politics. Secondly, since his re-election, the governor has redeployed many officials of the state. He has also delegated political affairs to Umeh and his trusted SSA Chinedu Obidigwe while governance is substantially handled by Primus Odili his Chief Of Staff. And finally, a retinue of youthful special assistants has given the semblance of an even spread to his empowerment project. With his desk decluttered the governor was able to look at the bigger picture and quickly went to work. Having previously stated his regrets about the PDP’s rape of his party even after campaigning for former President Jonathan in 2015, Obiano smartly reckoned that his people’s aversion for the APC will harm APGA’s chances in the general election should the rumoured pact to endorse President Buhari come to fruition. This insinuation was quashed as the governor smartly resisted further pressure from the centre with an announcement of the party’s intention to field a presidential candidate.

Sources claim that he may have opted to work clandestinely for the president whom he enjoys a warm relationship with. In so doing he will assist the president without incurring the ire of his people and in the same breath leverage on federal might to deliver APGA candidates. Killing two birds with one stone. With the primaries done and dusted work has to commence if the party is to succeed during and beyond the coming polls. Some aspirants have threatened litigation while many party members are disappointed, enraged and frustrated at perceived injustice on the part of the leadership. On the sidelines, there are talks of an imminent implosion if aggrieved party stalwarts are not placated. Of course, all these are lucid however they are also not strange. There is no political party in the country that is not faced with similar problems. In every election, there must be winners and losers. Governor Obiano stands on the threshold of history. The chance to deliver a record number of elected officials at the centre is there for the taking. He must join the party leadership to reconcile aggrieved aspirants and assuage exasperated members. Where there is need to concede the party must do so, especially with the criteria of party loyalty. The house must be united going into next February because from all indications, apart from sweeping the polls once again in Anambra, APGA would foray successfully into neighbouring states where it stands a very good chance of winning some seats in the governorship and legislative elections. How Obiano navigates through this period will not only determine the survival of APGA but will also go a long way in cementing his legacy, after all like the legendary Niccolo Machiavelli said, the end justifies the means.

Lessons from Gov Ambode’s gamble

Louis Odion

Like Phoenix in the storybook, Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos seems on the rebound after political cruxifixion at the APC Golgotha. In his post-defeat broadcast last Wednesday, grace and sobriety had replaced the bile and bitterness in his tongue only three days earlier when he thrust a blunt dagger at the jugular of Jide Sanwo-Olu, his opponent to the ticket for the 2019 governorship. The voice we heard in that speech was no longer of a rebel, but a penitent covered in ashes and sackcloth at the party altar. His few words – taut with emotion – dwelled on the urgency of healing within the family after the deep hurt of a bitter primaries. To those who probably expected open tears, he managed to put up a smile, even if only skindeep. That apparently laid to rest wild speculations that he might yield to the temptation of a waiting ticket in the opposition PDP. But truth be told, those expecting him to so act could indeed not be said to love him genuinely. As they say, he on whose head coconut is broken hardly ever partakes of the feast thereafter. He has since followed up with what would seem a carefully choreographed photo ops to depict a desire to be reconciled with the estranged party establishment in the state. For instance, we saw him locked in a bear-hug with Babatunde Raji Fashola (BRF) at the APC national convention at the weekend (the latter is his immediate past predecessor with whom he had been immersed in a cold war since 2015). In another telling glimpse of the Abuja Eagles Square that night, we saw Ambode in Agbada sandwiched between BRF and Jide Sanwo-Olu in what frames a portrait of restored brotherhood. In yet another newspaper picture, we saw him beaming with smile beside Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the man whose support could have made a big difference on the now historic October 2. While Ambode would do well to sustain the rapproachment with a view to guaranteeing the stability of the remaining months of his administration and futuristically securing total reconciliation with the party establishment, the lessons from his experience should however not be lost for those seeking fresh perspectives on not only the dynamics of politics in fledgling democracy but also the nature of man and the perils of wrong choice at the defining moment. In a way, the epic drama that had unfolded surely mirrors a common morality tale: never rule out the posssibility of an accident between

the cup and the lips. Just when many thought Ambode had grasped the handle to APC second term ticket came the great turbulence, eventually tipping the fragile mug and content in a ghastly crash. By the time the storm settled penultimate Tuesday evening, the incumbent Lagos governor would, against custom and tradition, suffer a pathetic loss in the direct primaries, polling only a scanty eight percent of the roughly one million votes cast. Most telling perhaps is the outcome of the voting at the ward at the Alausa secretariat, the very seat of government, where the challenger polled a colossal 963 to Ambode’s lean 4. In Ward C2 of the critical Alimosho Local Government, Sanwo-Olu’s fairy tale continued with an emphatic 16724 votes to Ambode’s solitary 3 votes. By the time the votes from Lagos’ 20 councils and 37 development areas were eventually tallied by dusk, what we then saw of Ambode’s ordinarily fine, sturdy and chubby visage was almost unrecognizable from what must have been a torrent of concussive electoral blows. To Sanwo-Olu-Olu’s total 970,861 votes, the incumbent got 72,901. Now, let us return to the referenced metaphor of turbulence, then transposed to the context of a tempest. We must note that that natural phenomenal rarely occurs without foreboding; it is usually preceded by a lightning and foreshadows the storm resulting in a disruption, even if temporary, of the harmony and balance of the nature. Many saw the tornado of October 2 against Ambode coming. If nothing at all, the episode has underscored the supremacy of rank and file as an indispensable factor in party politics and the efficacy of direct primaries to test the popularity of incumbents. Given the tumultuous turnout of party faithful across the 245 wards of Lagos that day, it was too obvious that the matter had transcended Tinubu and he would have been risking a revolt of the very mob at the gate had he succumbed to intense pressure in the last-minute to save Ambode. Given such widespread seething hostility, how strange then that Ambode’s handlers ever imagined they could still pull through without the support of not only Tinubu but also the influential Governor’s Advisory Council (including Vice President Yemi Osibanjo), 57 council chairmen and party hierarchs at both

state and ward levels. In seeking to proceed regardless, Ambode was probably inspired by the literary fulmination of Earnest Hemingway that, “To be defeated and not surrender is the ultimate victory.” But at some point, it had become too obvious that, even though a brilliant accountant, the retired bureaucrat from Epe was however acutely lacking the aptitude to comprehend the elementary arithemetic of politics: little things truly matter more. While it is true that the civil service weans and conditions you with its cardinal value – anonymity, the Ambode tragedy, it would now seem, sprang from the inability to overcome the social limitation imposed by his professsional career. One, introversion is never an asset in realpolitik. Those who have interacted with Ambode personally often recall a certain shyness. Viewed through the lens of psychoanalysis, shysters are known to prefer to conceal their fragile condition in self-withdrawal which, in turn, could be mistaken for arrogance by the casual observer. Had he the luxury of a second chance, perhaps Ambode would have realized by now that, in realpolitik, not just the party leaders deserve attention, but also the ordinary rank and file who expect their calls be answered, no matter how late and no matter how unreasonable their demands. In some cases, what the ordinary folks want is not necessarily silver or gold, but a mere feeling of belonging – the thrill of access, being made to feel like part-owner of power. To such class of party faithful, mere handshake or selfies during project inspection is more treasured than a meal ticket to the next party buffet. Again, what the episode has underlined is the danger of surrounding the throne with men of shallow vision or feeble character, incapable of telling the king the truth even while the Titanic is fast approaching an iceberg. The pest of sychophants and freeloaders, that is. This was very much in evidence in the way and manner Ambode’s handlers continued to live in denial even against the backcloth of widespread hostility. To say nothing about the insolence that underpined the messages framed and retailed. In egging Ambode to take-off precipitously even in the face of gathering dark clouds, it was clear they were only setting him up for a big crash. Nothing perhaps illustrates this better than the “world press conference” arranged for the

governor two days to the primaries. It was an unqualified disaster, in both form and content. As Ambode lobbed grenades at his challenger during the Q and A session after his address that Sunday afternoon, how pathetic watching the nest of palace courtiers and jesters laughing aloud in one corner (as captured by live television cameras) while engaged in bear-hugs and backslapping. That is often the mentality of poor tacticians more interested in cheap sound-bites; fixated, as they say, on the condition of the axe’s blade in the frenzy of felling a giant tree without a thought for the direction the trunk is tilting ominously. They seemed carried away by the ceremony of the moment. If at all they knew, they did not show any appreciation of the enormous cost of the course of action they were nudging the governor to pursue. First, deploying a teleprompter would have helped project a governor affecting confidence by establishing and sustaining eye contact with viewers, sparing him the embarrassment of struggling with sheets of paper in the open air in a rather windy afternoon, made worse by the incoherence of a statement apparently scrapped together in the storm of a difficult moment. Again, note, the contest was purely an internal affair. So, pitching communication to a national audience only showcased the deficit in tactics and the vacuity of strategy. Unless, they only wanted to whip up public sentiments. Even if any public applause was generated at all, how could that have translated to votes at an exercise that was purely a domestic affair of the party? Worst of all was the off-the-cuff comments made by the governor during the Q and A in which he literally hit his opponent below the belt with grave allegations not only against the latter’s personal integrity but also his mental health. But if anyone has profited from Ambode’s gaffe here, it is ironically Sanwo-Olu himself. By responding in a language that is far more civil and gracious, and taking the stated allegations apart with proofs and exposing the inconsistency and illogic therein, the challenger undoubtedly succeeded in turning the tide against the accuser. Well, all said, it is a big lesson to other incumbents on the totality of responsibility: the gradient of performance in office will not be measured only by the surfeit of brick and mortal but also to what extent the owners of the platform – the party’s rank and file – are carried along.


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Editorial Commentary Revisiting ‘on Atiku’s ambition’ Times Guest Columnist Mohammed Adamu

“If I can conceive it, and believe it, I can achieve it. It’s not my aptitude but my attitude that will determine my altitude –with a little intestinal fortitude”. –Jesse Jackson The English playwright John Webster, in ‘The Duchess of Malfi’, was the one who said “Ambition… is a great man’s madness” -impliedly suggesting that the urge to achieve is more the affliction of those who already have achieved, than it is the malady of commoners who should have every reason to want to achieve. If ‘ambition’ is more to the ‘great man’ than it is to the ‘commoner’, the question then arises, ‘why should ‘greatness’ allow itself to be troubled by the wearisome aspiration to be even greater? You would’ve thought that ‘ambition’, if it must be anyone’s ‘patent’, it makes better sense to suggest that it is the hallucination only of the poor or the delirium of the underprivileged. And although Shakespeare has said that “lowliness is young ambition’s ladder”, yet the tragedy of the lowly ones, as one British labor leader said, has always been ‘the poverty of their desires’. As the great ones are chastised for being troubled by vaulting ambition, -seeking always to multiply their superfluous possessions and their stations in life- the lowly ones get to be praised for being content with meager provisions. It is the reason another English playwright Philip Massinger said “Ambition, in a private man a vice, is in a prince the virtue”. What higher station in life must a man attain beyond which he seeks no further exploits? When is it enough not to seek to conquer any more territory? Truth is there is no ‘great man’ who has ‘greatness’ enough not to be troubled by the ‘ambition’ to be even greater. Ask America’s Donald Trump who once said “I wasn’t satisfied just to earn a good living. I was looking to make a statement”. Yes, make money, seek the highest political office in the land and have -at the very least- the whole nation, if not the world or a region of it, wait on you! Nothing despairs more than to have no further station in life to aspire to. The Macedonian monarch, Alexander the Great must have learnt this lesson the hard way. At the end of all his conquests he would lament the absence of any “more world to conquer”. And so, ‘great men’ will have to do what ‘great men’ have to do: be ambitious; keep accumulating wealth and acquiring stations, in like. Or life’ll cease to have any meaning! It is no sin, Shakespeare said “to labor in thy vocation”. To the high and mighty, vaulting ambition; to the low and lowly, content with high hope for a low heaven. And just as Shakespeare described ‘love’ as ‘blind’ because “lovers cannot see the pretty follies that they themselves commit”, so is ‘ambition’ itself ‘deaf’, because the ambitious -the way that the falcon is doomed not to hear the call of the falconer- cannot hear the freaky voices that often call them to moderation. And maybe it is the reason that Julius Caesar’s Mark Antony said “ambition is (usually) made of sterner stuff”. But as with Philip Massinger’s princes, to whom ambition is no vice but a virtue, so it is with politicians. Or so said Ralph Waldo Emerson, that ambitious politicians, just like ambitious princes, “hitch their wagon (always) to a star”. And like Angus Grossart, the Scottish banker has said, ambitious politicians would rather “die of exhaustion” aiming to ‘hitch their wagon to a star’ than not aiming to do so, ‘die of boredom’. And so having hit wealth beyond measure, what should Atiku do if we say that he should not persist in ‘hitching his political wagon to a star’? what should he do? Stay stupendously rich, bored and die? Every great man is entitled to be implacably ambitious; as every commoner is entitled to be an

un-stirring bum! And it is to that extent that I think Atiku is more sinned against by those who accused him of being ‘ambitious’, than he has sinned himself because, like Buhari, he has ‘serially’ hitched his political wagon to a star. The British poet Robert Browning said that “a man’s reach should (always) exceed his grasp.” And the American poet, James Whitcomb Riley has provided a logical basis for that: “The ripest peach is highest on the tree.” And if we have no reason to reproach bums who settle for the lower, hanging unripe ‘greens’, we should have no justification to reprimand those who climb high up to reach the ‘ripest’ fruit. Nor is Atiku any more sinning than other politicians because he has been ‘serially’ unsteady in choosing a platform from which to ‘hitch his wagon’ to his chosen star. PDP, AC, APC are merely the names of the vessels. But as Shakespeare would ask, “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose will smell as good if we call it by another name”. Unless the law expressly forbids change of module by which to ‘hitch one’s political wagon to a chosen star’,, every politician is entitled to a choice of party platform as often as the need arises for them to do so. It is sufficient to me that Atiku –from day onehas never made any pretence about his ‘motive’ for joining politics (after a rewarding career in Customs.) His goal has always been to climb up on the tree to ‘the ripest peach’. And that is even in a country where it’s been made some kind of virtue to always aim low even when you can reach higher. Atiku’s political motive has always been to ‘hitch his wagon’ right to our polity’s farthest star, to be President; -even in a society that makes a fetish of ennobling ‘high hopes’ always for ‘low heavens’. They say that no sooner had Atiku ‘schemed’ to become Governor than he ‘connived’ to become Vice President. And that no sooner was he number two than he set out ‘influencing’ the legislature to dethrone his principal. And that when that failed, he had still angled to throw his hat in the ring to contest his boss’ ‘right of first refusal’ for a second term. And especially for these they said Atiku was –or still is- a conniving son-of-a-bitch. But I say no! Atiku is not the ‘son’ of a ‘five letter word’. He is only a scheming and counter-scheming true son of his mother –with an ‘ambition’ –you should know- that is made of the sternest stuff. And a reach to grab the ripest peach. POSTSCRIPT When a trembling, dagger-wielding Macbeth, in Shakespeare’s tragic play ‘Macbeth’, says to his avidly ruthless wife, Lady Macbeth “If we should fail….”, even before he finishes, this lady villain of implacable ambition retorts “screw your courage to the sticking place and we’ll not fail!”. And this is what Atiku has consistently been doing; screwing his ‘courage to the sticking place’. Ironically it is a mettle that even Macbeth has to be nudged by a woman to evoke. But it is a mettle that has always come in handy with an Atiku; -the courage to mount his gilded horse of ‘ambition’, and to soldier on; never cowardly posing, like Macbeth, “If we should fail”; because he knows always that as much as a chivalry charge can fail, it can also succeed. Atiku is ambitious, yes, but he makes our democracy tick. It cannot be denied that his series of previous litigious moves to challenge his electoral losses have enriched our jurisprudence. Said the English poet, Edmund Spenser, “he that strives to touch the stars, oft stumbles at a straw”. But in the spirit of good sportsmanship let us pray that even if Atiku does not “touch the stars”, -for the reason that he enlivens our democracy and he enriches our jurisprudence- he does not ever “stumble”.

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2019 polls and party primaries

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he ‘war’ in the various political parties in Nigeria especially the two leading parties, the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), in the recent past over who bears the party’s ticket in the 2019 elections may have come and gone, but the accompanying acrimony and ill feelings may take a long time before it can subside. The interest generated by party primary this time around may seem very unusual, as political party primaries in the past had been a very low key internal party affairs, decided mostly by godfathers or cabals, who actually control the outcome of state congresses where delegates gather to pick the supposed preferred candidates to stand elections. But the interest in the primaries of the various political parties this year may not be unconnected with the decision of the ruling APC to throw its doors open for each state to choose their mode of primary as enshrined in the party’s constitution. As a result, some states chose the direct primary option, similar to the option A4 option that was used in the June 12, 1993 election that was contested by the late Chief MKO Abiola of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) and Bashir Tofa of the National Republican Convention (NRC) that was later annulled by the then military President, Ibrahim Babangida, even when Abiola was believed to have won the election. Other states however chose the indirect primary option, where delegates gathered at a congress to pick their flag bearers. Though, leadership of the parties in each of the states had the prerogative to chose their preferred option, many members of the party in some states had a head on collision over the decision of the party to choose either of the option as some said they would prefer the other option. The confusion, infighting and crisis generated by this decision of the Adams Oshiomhole-led National Working Committee (NWC) of the APC is still lingering as many people lost their lives and others sustained various degrees of injuries as a result of clashes at the wards and local governments during the voting process. Also, hundreds of members of the party from some states, including Nasarawa, Kano and Niger states, stormed the APC national secretariat in Abuja on Monday, blocking the gate and holding the leadership and staff of the secretariat hostage while protesting the outcome of the primary in their various states, alleging that instead of primary, what was done in their states was imposition. Responding to the contentious issues, Oshiomhole inaugurated a five-man appeal committee to consider petitions arising from the party primaries conducted nationwide. The appeal committee which is headed by former governor of Edo State, Prof. Oserheimen Osunbor, also has Hon. Mike Ugwa (Secretary), Alhaji Musa Gwadabe, Bashorun Reuben Famuyibo and Alhaji Abdulrahman Adamu as members. Some other aggrieved members of the party, perhaps furious over the way and manner the primary was handled in their states, as some aspirants were even said not to be aware of venue of the primary, and angry that after being made to pay such exorbitant fee for the nomination forms and yet are treated that way, are said to have approached the courts seeking to nullify the primary. This development is not by any means limited to the APC, as other parties, even among the newly registered ones also had some very serious crisis following their primary, leading to factionalisation in some cases. Though the outcome of the primaries in many

states especially among the APC members have generated many clashes, even with some deaths, it is our belief that the decision of the party to allow each state the free hand to chose a mode of primary most suitable for it is a welcome development, because as they say, politics is local and there is no way the national leadership will know what is best for each of the states under its control. We are of the opinion that direct primary mode of picking party candidates in the country remain the best option for the country if Nigeria hopes to catch up with other politically advanced countries and develop along modern democratic practice. It is our hope and belief that other political parties in the country will borrow a leaf from the APC and have the boldness to hold direct primary in picking their candidates in subsequent elections. This position is not to say that we are not aware or that we are not concerned about the many undemocratic actions of the various stakeholders, as we can say for a fact that in some polling units where people queue to vote, party officials who do the counting awards scores in thousands even when everyone around to vote are in their hundreds, but we believe that it is a process that will improve with time. It is also our belief that those approaching the courts to seek redress should have a rethink, as party primary is purely an internal affairs of the party and as the Supreme Court had held in its decision that the party has a right to run its internal affairs in manners it deem fit. We will therefore appeal to such aggrieved persons to approach the appeal panel of the party to express their grievance and it is hoped that with the calibre of persons on the panel, justice will be served and if that happens, it will be a pointer that such exercise will be better done in the future.

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Daily Times Nigeria Thursday, October 22, 2018

APC primaries: Court sacks Ameachi-led Exco * Ameachi rejects verdict, heads for Appeal Court

Amaka Agbu, Port Harcourt Justice Chinwendu Nworgu of the Port Harcourt High Court sitting in Rivers State has nullified the Congresses and primary election that brought the nomination of Arch. Dele Cole as the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress and the Flag Amachree-led EXCO of the party. The Judge also nullified the Rivers State APC Senatorial, House of Representatives, and House of Assembly Primaries conducted on the premise that the ward congresses were illegal and unconstitutional. The High Court further nullified all the elections of Rivers APC Ward Executives, Local Government Executives, and State Executive Committee that arose from the ward congresses. Delivering judgement in the suit instituted by Ibrahim Imah and twenty-two others against the APC, justice Nworgu held that the ward congresses of Rivers APC were illegal hence they were not conducted in line with the APC Guidelines

and Constitution. Justice Nworgu set aside the ward congresses of Rivers APC on May 19, 2018, Local Government Congresses of May 19, 2018, and State Congress of the party of May 21, 2018, stating that all actions taken by the APC during the pendency of the suit have been set aside because they were illegal and unconstitutional. “The Rule by might must be checked by the rule of law. We must restore the hope of the common man in the justice system,” the judge ruled. Justice Nwogu who based his judgement on the Amaechi versus INEC Matter of 2007, noted that having studied the submissions in the matter, he was bound to make consequential orders to ensure that justice was done in the case. He stated that the High Court has jurisdiction to entertain the matter as an Appeal filed by the respondents at the Court of Appeal, Port Harcourt, to stop proceedings on the suit was rejected by the Appellate Court on September 21, 2018. He stated that all through the hearing, the APC filed no counter-affidavit denying the facts of the matter as presented by the applicants in the originating summons.

Justice Nworgu said that it was trite law that facts not disputed were deemed admitted. On the suit filed in an Abuja High Court by a faction of the APC, Justice Nworgu declared that the court was of coordinate jurisdiction with the High Court in Port Harcourt and could not sit in appeal over it. He added that the suit filed by Ibrahim Imah, preceded that of the Abuja High Court by a faction of the Rivers State APC. Meanwhile, the Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi led faction of the APC has rejected the judgement by a Port Harcourt High Court on Monday which nullified the Congresses and primaries conducted by the party in May, this year. In a statement issued Wednesday by its Publicity Secretary, Mr. Chris Finebone, immediately after the court judgement, the party urged its supporters not to lose sleep as appeal and stay of execution on the matter had already been entered. The statement read in part: “We wish to inform APC members and sympathisers of our great party in Rivers State and across Nigeria to remain calm as we are well prepared in anticipation of today’s ruling and have therefore done the needful.

Short News Royal father wants govt to compensate farmers affected by flood in Anambra Eze Emmanuel Onyia, the traditional ruler of Odokpe Community in Ogbaru Local Government Area of Anambra State, has called on the government to compensate farmers affected by flood in the state. Onyia, who made the plea in an interview with newsmen in Awka on Wednesday, lamented that the flood had wreaked havoc on many farms across the state. “The level of flooding we saw in Odokpe and other communities in Ogbaru as well as nine local government areas of the state was higher than the flooding we experienced in 2012. “Farms, churches, schools, markets and other sources of livelihood were submerged by the flood,’’ he said. Onyia, who said that the flood equally affected his palace, underscored the need for the government to intervene and assist the flood victims, particularly farmers whose farms were wiped out by the flood. He said that the government’s intervention and assistance would mitigate the impact of the disaster on the farmers, while ensuring that the state was not exposed to a food crisis in the nearest future. Onyia, who is the Deputy Chairman (North) of Anambra State Traditional Rulers Council, conceded that although the state government had been trying to assist the flood victims, more attention should be given to the affected farmers. “We are thankful to the state government for what it has so far done for the flood victims but we still appeal that more urgent action should be taken to assist farmers who are affected by this disaster. “In the camps established for the flood victims, government serve meals one or two times daily to the displaced persons, while donating mattresses and clothing as well,’’ he said. The monarch, nonetheless, urged the government to earnestly think of how to assist the affected farmers because there were signs that the floodwater would soon recede, thereby encouraging the victims to return to their homes. “These farmers need help from both the government and individuals to restart life; they need seeds, cassava stems and other seedlings to enable them to resume cultivation and ensure that the state is not exposed to a food crisis,’’ he said.


Daily Times Nigeria Thursday, October 11, 2018

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Destiny of Nigeria lies in our hands - Osinbajo Short News Esther Taiwo, Lagos Vice President Prof Yemi Osinbajo in his message titled “Coming of Age” which he delivered as a special guest of honour at the Lagos State 58th Independence anniversary interdenominational church service held at Deeper Life Bible Church headquarters in Gbagada, Lagos on Sunday has told Nigerians that the destiny of the country lies in their hands. Quoting from the Bible Hebrews 11: 24 -29, the Vice President said at 58 Nigeria has come of age thus charging Nigerians to reject certain things that are offensive to God such as corruption, stealing of both national and private resources and also to obey God by rejecting tribalism and ethnicity as well as all forms of division.

“Because of the obedience of Moses because Moses rejected what God hates, the children of Israel by faith were able to cross the Red Sea, we too will walk across the red sea, all the challenges facing us as a nation, we will surmount them. The responsibility of coming of age belongs to the children of God”, he said. Osinbajo urged Nigerians to obey God by rejecting ’’God-fatherism’’ and ethnicity adding that all Nigerians are one and equal before God. “So, I say to you children of God, as our nation comes of age, the destiny of our nation lies in our hands, lies in the hands of those of us who are called by His name. Somehow God has redesigned the redemption of nations around the sacrifices of the saints.” In his remarks, Gov. Ambode, said: “Looking back, the Almighty God has been good to us as a

nation. Nothing can be better than to reciprocate His kind gestures and favours with thanksgiving to glorify His name for the goodness and mercies over the past 58 years as a sovereign nation. “As we celebrate, I want us to hold steadfast and continue to uphold all our past heroes who sacrificed to liberate the nation from the clutches of colonialism. Let me use this opportunity to commend all the men of God in this country and urge them not to be tired of their intervention and restoration of hope to our nation and our future.” In his message titled: ‘Becoming a man God uses beyond his generation’, Pastor Kumuyi urged all Nigerians to yield themselves for divine usage because “God still uses yielded men and women to execute His divine mandate in every family, in every institution, in every industry, in every field, everywhere.”

Pension arrears: Edo govt screens Batch 46 pensioners for payment The Edo State Government is set to commence the screening and payment of pension arrears to pensioners in batch 46, in the state. The exercise according to the Permanent Secretary/ Chairman, Edo State Pension Bureau, I. D. S. Juwobor, is in continuation of the ongoing payment of pension arrears for state government pensioners. In a statement issued on Wednesday in Benin City, the Pension Bureau said the screening exercise will take place on Wednesday October 17 and Thursday 18, at Imaguero Hall, in Benin City. “All pensioners in batch 46 are hereby invited to present themselves for physical and documentary verification at the Imaguero Hall, Benin City on Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18thOctober, 2018 at 9.00am each day,” the statement urged. “This announcement also serves as a notice to pensioners in batches 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44 and 45 who failed to participate in the previous verification exercises to take advantage of the scheduled forthcoming screening exercise alongside pensioners in batch46,” Juwobor said.

Use space tech to address insecurity, experts tell FG Adebisi Oyindamola, Abuja With over 20 years of space technology penetration in Nigeria, experts have called for greater efficiency in the use of satellites and space technology to address insecurity and agriculture challenges and bolster peace. This was the crust of the annual lecture and quiz competition to mark 2018 space week by the National Space Research and Development Agency, in Abuja on Wednesday. The Director, Centre for Atmospheric Research, (NASRDA) Prof. Rabiu Babatunde said that the instant, impulsiveness and wide reach of space products like cell phones are impeccable facilities used to avert conflicts and natural disasters since their inception. Also describing it as a veritable tool to maintain security by tracking down criminals as well as wealth creation, the Space science Don said Nigeria has benefited a lot from space technology, but noted that a lot of areas still remained unharnessed. “It is obvious that patronage of space dependent products is capable of promoting peaceful coexistence among people around the world.

Gombe ADP advises farmers on measures to avoid pests next cropping season

Crowd jubilating after Rivers State High Court verdict on APC primaries in Port Harcourt... on Wednesday.

The Gombe state Agricultural Development Programme (GSADP) has advised farmers to burn straws after harvest to avoid worst pest disease next cropping season. Mr Maina Binus, GSADP Programme Manager told journalists in Gombe on Wednesday that following the devastation caused to Maize by stem borer and Rice blast in some areas during the 2018 farming season, it was important to adopt the cultural method of dealing with the pests. ” I am calling on the farmers to gather all the straws after harvest in one place and burn them. “When you do not deal with the straws completely, the next farming season, the pest will will return in a more devastating manner,” he warned. He said farmers that detected the problems in their farms and came to complain in good time during the 2018 farming season, were given a technical advice and they were able to overcome the problem.

Flood submerge over 500 rice Muslim group honours Cardinal Onaiyekan farms in Bayelsa community No fewer than 500 rice farms at Okpotuwari and Ondewari communities in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of Bayelsa, have been submerged by flood. Mr Ezekiel Ogbianko, Chairman, Rice Farmers Association in the state, who inspected the submerged farms on Wednesday, called on the federal and state governments to come to the aid of the affected farmers. At Ondewari, a community leader, Prof. Itimi Godwin, said that the rice farms were ready for harvest before the disaster. “We need a lot of things, particularly

we want the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) to come and see the level of damage done here. “As you can see, this is a colossal loss; we are calling on the federal government to come to our aid, as the people here are suffering. We need relief materials such as rice, garri, cement and roofing sheets,” he said. Daily Times recalls that NEMA had earlier said that over 150,000 people have been displaced by flood in Bayelsa this year. The site manager of Ondewari Rice Farm, Mr Fredrick Adam, said the loss was colossal and the farmers would

appreciate immediate support from government. Also, the Paramount Ruler of Okpotuwari Community, Chief Tiger Moses, said that the community was expecting bountiful harvest before the flood. “As you can see the flood is very disturbing, our crops have been destroyed, fish settlement and plantain farms are also damaged. “We want the assistance of the federal government and other stakeholders; right now our sources of water have been contaminated,” he added.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Worldwide has honoured His Eminence John Cardinal Onaiyekan, the Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, with an International Peace Award through its Muslim Television Ahmadiyya, MTA Africa in Ghana. Mr Ahmed Konadu, Country Manager Nigeria & Ghana Muslim Television Ahmadiyya, MTA Africa Studios, said this in a statement on Wednesday. The MTA Africa Peace Committee said that Onaiyekan has been on national televisions severally condemning the killings of innocent Nigerians by the Boko Haram group, describing their activities as “barbaric and inhuman”. “His style of intervention in religious and communal crisis resolution covers, religious persuasions, and town hall peace meetings between the warring leaders engaged in brutal killings in some parts of the country. “Cardinal Onaiyekan used media advocacy to underscore the need for the Nigerian Government to show more commitment in addressing issues of social justice in order to achieve lasting peace in the country.


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Daily Times Nigeria Thursday, October 11, 2018

Zamfara: PDP warns INEC not to play pranks over APC failure to field candidates Tunde Opalana, Abuja The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has warned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to restrict itself to the provisions of the 1999 Constitution and other extant electoral laws and guidelines in handling the failure of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to forward to the commission names of its governorship and national assembly candidates for the 2019 general elections. The party said it was aware of a meeting of the INEC leadership with the Presidency over the failure of APC to meet INEC’s October 7 deadline for conclusion of party primaries and emergence of candidates. The national publicity secretary of PDP, Kola Ologbondiyan at a press briefing in Abuja on Wednesday said INEC should maintain its stand on the closure of opportunity for the APC to field candidates because Nigerians are watching and the party would not tolerate backing down by INEC to any pressure from the Presidency. The commission had in a statement by Rotimi Oyekanmi, Chief Press Secretary to

INEC chairman yesterday that the APC has failed to produce governorship candidate in Zamfara State. “Our position has not changed, you remembered after our national convention we alerted the nation that closing date for primary and Congresses was October 7th and as that day the Zamfara state chapter of the All Progressive Congress (APC) has not held a singular congress to elect candidate into various position that will be contested in 2019 general election. “We warn INEC because we are aware of under arm measures and moves by the leadership of the APC who summoned the INEC chairman and the governor of Zamfara state to meeting. We raised the alarm and raised the because we are democratic party, and we have respect for the 1999 constitution as amended. And all the the electoral law guiding our elections. “As such we warn that INEC must not allowed itself to be subdued by the All Progressives Congress. For once they must not allow any form of collusion with the APC. Because since Zamfara state APC did not meet the October 7 deadline, then it means that they have no candidate for 2019 general elections. “Our party is aware that INEC has

notified the APC that it has no candidate in 2019 election. Our appeal to INEC Is that it must not allowed itself to be subdued by the APC and its leadership, whether in the government or in the party. To do that, it will be a recipe for anarchy in Zamfara state”, said Ologbondiyan The party also slammed the Minister of Information and National Orientation, Alhaji Lai Mohammed as well as other officials of the Buhari Presidency over comments deliberately made to impugn on the character of its Presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. The party said since the successful conduct of its Presidential primary and the popular emergence of Atiku Abubakar, the Buhari Presidency and the All Progressives Congress (APC) have become intimidated; gone into panic mode and ignobly resorted to trading on rumour and spurious allegations, having failed in their evil machination to scuttle PDP primary ab initio. “The PDP is aware of how the unnerved and intimidated Buhari Presidency has unleashed its officials, spin doctors and hack writers with billions of naira, siphoned from our national treasury, to fabricate lies, spurious allegations and smear campaign against our Presidential candidate.

Short News FG okays N5bn for roads construction in Sokoto Mathew Dadiya, Abuja The Federal Government has approved five billion for the award of contract for the construction of Kagigi, Jaro, Goraye, and Takwaco road in Sokoto state. The approval was made on Wednesday by the Federal Executive Council (FEC) presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari at the State House, Abuja. Minister of State, Power, Works and Housing, Suleiman Hassan said, “This is a 28.75 kilometer road joining Sokoto and Zamfara states. It is in a very good agricultural zone. It will able to ferry agricultural goods and human traffic between these two states and onto the neighbouring countries of Niger, and Benin Republic. “This contract is awarded to messrs Sky Technical and Construction company limited at the cost of N5.202billion,” he stated.

FRSC redeploys 8 Assistant Corps Marshals, others for optimal productivity Mr Boboye Oyeyemi, Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), has redeployed eight Assistant Corps Marshals (ACM) and 21 Corps Commanders (CC) among others, following recent promotion of senior officers of the corps. A statement by the Corps’ Public Education Officer, Mr Bisi Kazeem, said that the redeployment also affected 18 Deputy Corps Commanders and Assistant Corps Commanders. “Those redeployed are all expected to report to their new Commands on or before October 15, 2018.” He said it was also part of strategies by the FRSC to ensure greater efficiency, dynamism and optimal performance by officers and men of the Corps. Kazeem gave the list of the officers redeployed as: ACM Godwin O. Ogagaoghene, formerly Zonal Commanding Officer (ZCO) RS7HQ Abuja, now ZCO RS11HQ Osogbo; ACM Nseobong C. Akpabio MON, who had been on a course, now redeployed as ZCO RS3HQ Yola. “ACM Gumi Aliyu, formerly ACM Man Power Development (MPD), RSHQ, Training Department to RS7HQ Abuja as ZCO while ACM Ayobami Omiyale, who before now was ZCO RS10HQ Sokoto, has been moved to RS1HQ Kaduna.

Ayade reinstates appointees who resigned to contest primaries

L-R: Executive Director, Unmissable Incentives, Mr. Kayode Idowu; Panel member, 2018 Nigerian Sports Award (NSA), Mrs. Hauwa-Kulu Akinyemi; Chairman, NSA, Dr. Kweku Tandoh and another Panel member, Mrs. Falilat Ogunkoya-Omotayo (MON), during the unveiling of nominees for the 2018 NSA in Lagos...on Wednesday.

Ka’oje advises FG, states on how to resolve minimum wage issue Mathew Dadiya, Abuja Former Minister of Youth and Sport, Engr Bala Bawa Ka’oje has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to approve N25,000 as minimum wage but reduce the number of workers to enable government to pay workers’ salaries promptly. According to Ka’oje, workers that will be laid off should be given pay-off cheques immediately while about N200 billions should be deposited in some Banks as safety net which will be given as soft loans to the affected workers who will want to go into business especially agriculture. He said; “It is important to note that the present pay for workers is not enough to sustain somebody. If you are earning N18, 000, I wonder how you can pay your rent, feed your children and pay their school fees. I think it is almost impossible to do all

these things with a paltry sum.” “So, to me, it is the rights of the workers to have salaries increment from the monthly pay that they get. However, if I were the president, I will bring in some reformation into the system in such a way that all these problems of failure of government especially states government to paying salaries will be brought to an end,” Ka’oje said adding that half of the money government pay to workers especially in states, goes to ghost workers which is very difficult to get rid because the leadership is involve. “The system has made it very difficult to apprehend those behind the ghost workers. But president in his wisdom can bring about a very meaningful transformation system by way of getting the right kind of consultants that will carry out the need assessment of the workforce of ministries, agencies and parastatals, to start with,” he said.

According to Ka’oje, once the report is presented to the president, then, they should disengage those whose services are not required and should be paid off. “Those people will be send-off with their cheques, paying them all their entitlements so that they can go and start a new life in other sectors of the economy. We have the agriculture which is opening up and many people are making millions of money while some are sitting idle in government offices and receiving salaries.” “So, the government should send them out in order to improve the productive system in the country and government will also provide additional safety net by putting certain amount in some banks so that the same people who have been disengaged from the government service can equally borrow from such funds if they have a viable business idea. This will enable them to start their businesses and contribute to the growth of the economy.”

Cross River State Governor, Professor Ben Ayade has approved the reinstatement of all appointees in his government who resigned their positions to contest the just concluded party primaries but lost. A statement issued in Calabar, Wednesday by the Chief press Secretary, Mr. Christian Ita, directed the affected appointees whose appointments were not subjected to confirmation by the State House of Assembly to resume work immediately. The statement however, explained that those in the categories of Commissioners and Special Advisers will have their names forwarded immediately by the Secretary to the State Government to the House of Assembly for reconfirmation. In the run up to the primaries, over 40 appointees resigned to seek tickets for various elective offices.

2019: Lawmaker makes case for displaced constituents Mr Joseph Kunini, Majority Leader, Taraba House of Assembly, has expressed the fear that more than 4,000 people from his constituency, who were displaced by violent attacks, may not vote in 2019. Kunini, who represents Lau Constituency, told newsmen on Wednesday in Jalingo that the constituents fled the villages that were totally destroyed by the invaders. “Most of these displaced persons are currently at Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), camps in Jalingo and surrounding villages. “From my findings, most of them lost their Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs), when their houses were burnt down by the attackers. “My fear is that most of them will be disenfranchised unless INEC makes a special arrangement to enable them vote. I want to urge INEC to issue them with new PVCs to enable them vote,” Kunini said. The majority leader regretted the deplorable security situation in the state, saying that many lives had been wasted while property had been destroyed. He suggested the speedy decentralization of the Police Force to facilitate the proper policing of remote communities where Police presence was often not adequate “As a champion of state policing, I keep saying that the Nigeria Police Force, as it is now, cannot take care of the country as expected. “We need a local police force that can penetrate all the nooks and crannies of the communities and protect the people from such unprovoked attacks,” he said. Kunini, who was returned unopposed as the PDP candidate for his constituency, thanked the people of Lau for the confidence reposed in him, and promised to intensify efforts toward promoting their interests.


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Africa Prudential partners cooperative societies on technology adoption Ladesope Ladelokun

Mrs. Ibukun Awosika, Chairman, Board of Directors of First Bank of Nigeria Limited exchanging pleasantries with Dr. Kudo EresiaEke, Executive Vice President, Concept Engineering Company, Atlanta Georgia while Dr. Yemisi Adeyeye, MD/CEO - Lifefount Hospital and Foundation looks on during the FirstBank Entrepreneur Mindset session at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife Osun State.

Africa Prudential Plc, has partnered with the International Co-operative Alliance-Africa (ICA) to deploy technology solutions for a more efficient administration of co-operatives and thrift societies across Africa. The commitment was made public at the 12th African Ministerial Co-operative Conference which held in Abuja, recently, with the theme centred on leveraging the recently signed African Continent Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Agreement. According to the World Co-operative Monitor, the Co-operative bodies provide jobs to the 10 percent of the World’s employed population and generate a towering USD2.1 trillion annual gross turn-over. Chairman of Africa Prudential Plc, Chief (Mrs.) Eniola Fadayomi, while addressing dignitaries at the conference, noted that Africans need to take the lead in solving the continent’s problem through greater collaborations among countries and the Cooperative Movement. She emphasised that among other benefits,

FG issues new N100bn Sukuk bond for infrastructure development Non-interest banking, future of the global economy - Expert

Babatunde Opalana, Abuja The Federal Government has announced approval for the issuance of another tranche of N100 billion Sukuk bond for the construction of roads in Nigeria. This was disclosed at a Two-Day Training on Sukuk Structurisation and Management in Abuja, organised by the Metropolitan Skills Ltd in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Finance, and Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation of the organisation of the Islamic Cooperation (COMCEC). The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Metropolitan Skills Ltd, Ms. Ummahani Amin, gave the hint that the second tranche of the Sukuk bond will be issued in October, 2018 by the Debt Management Organization (DMO). Amin noted that the first N100 billion Sukuk

issued last year recorded a huge success, promising that this year’s will not be different. “We are doing the second tranche now because the first one was successful and oversubscribed. N100 billion was involved in the first and the second is on the way. “So we are looking at the same infrastructure, construction of roads across Nigeria and the six geopolitical zones. This has never happened in the history of Nigeria for infrastructure,” she said. Amin informed that the essence of the workshop was to create more awareness on the Sukuk bond in Nigeria and West Africa. She added that partners from the Gambia were in attendance to sell Sukuk to their government. Also, Dr. Ahmad Dogarawa who was the key speaker on Sukuk Structurisation and Management advised that Nigeria

Government should explore Sukuk as an alternate and viable source of raising finance. Dogarawa noted that Islamic Banking also referred to as non-interest and Sharia banking has been embraced as the future of the global economy. To this end, he disclosed that despite the negative campaign over its Sharia law affiliation, most Southern states have keyed in and invested more in Sukuk because of its economic benefits. He stressed that the attractiveness of Sukuk was influenced by its non-interest loans and Sharia compliance, competitive pricing, ease of clearing and settlement. Dogarawa who lectures at the Department of Accounting , Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, explained that Sukuk is mostly rated because it can be listed in most exchanges; has a wide range of maturities, coupon fixed/ floating; as well as available to institutions

and retail investors. He noted that governments across the world issue Sukuk because it’s a “suitable instrument for treasuries to attract global investors; provides diversification of investor base and instruments; may be utilised to achieve long-term funding for infrastructure projects; and sets the benchmark for financial institutions and corporate issuances”. Dogarawa further stated that Financial Institutions can also issue Sukuk for “a longterm funding instrument to support balance sheet growth and maturity mismatch for Islamic Banks, and to fund their balance sheets to support their growth and become more competitive.” For Corporations, he said the issuance of Sukuk is for a long-term funding instrument to support growth; access to various new markets and new investors; and diversification.”

NSE market capitalisation dips by N12bn The bears continued to dominate trading on the nation’s bourse on Wednesday with the market capitalisation extending loss by N12 billion amid political uncertainties. The market capitalisation shed N12 billion or 0.10 per cent to close at N11.822 trillion in contrast with N11.834 trillion achieved on Tuesday. Similarly, the All-Share Index, which opened at 32,417.70, lost 35.12 points or 0.11

per cent to close at 32,382.58. Market analysts hinged the persistent fall in the equities market to fears surrounding the 2019 general elections. They said that investors were still watching to ascertain what would be the outcome of the just concluded political primaries of the major political parties. They said that if the primaries did not generate serious upheaval that the stock market would likely stabilise for sometime.

Nigerian Breweries topped the laggards’ chart with N2.50 to close at N85.50 per share. Transcorp Hotel trailed with a loss of 65k to close at N6.10, while UACN declined by 50k to close at N11 per share. FBN Holdings lost 25k to close at N9.20, while Mobil Oil went down by 20k to close at N175 per share. On the other hand, Nestle led the price gainers’ table, increasing by N15.30 to close at N1,420.30 per share.

CAP followed with a gain of N3 to close at N33, while Unilever gained 50k to close at N42.50 per share. Flour Mills also garnered 50k to close at N20.40, while Red Star Express advanced by 30k to close at N4.60 per share. The financial services sector maintained its leadership position as the most active. Specifically, FCMB Group emerged the most traded equity with a turnover of 18.23 million shares worth N31.07 million.

the AfCFTA will create opportunities for greater bargaining power and employment creation on the continent; ultimately reducing the vulnerability of Africa to global shocks. “When we consider the current contribution of the Co-operative sector to economic development in the respective countries on the continent, its role in actualising the objectives of the AfCFTA becomes even more prominent”, she noted. The Managing Director/CEO of Africa Prudential Plc, Mr. Obong Idiong also noted in his recommendations on technology inclusion in cooperative management, that the company has long recognised the strategic relevance of Cooperatives to economic development across Africa, and that it has been partnering both with Alliance-Africa, and the Co-operative Federation of Nigeria (CFN). “We currently have more than 500,000 cooperators activated on our cooperative manager solution—EasyCoop—which offers end-to-end financial management and member administration, and with a capacity for over 10,000,000 unique users”, he explained.

Senate confirms Banire as AMCON Chairman, Shonubi CBN Deputy Governor Motolani Oseni The Senate on Wednesday confirmed the appointment of Mr. Muiz Banire as Chairman of the Governing Board of the Assets Management Corp on of Nigeria (AMCON). It also confirmed the appointment of Mr. Folashodun Shonubi as Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). Similarly, the Senate Committee on Appropriation also approved President Muhammadu Buhari’s request for the virement of N242 billion under the 2018 Appropriation Act to conduct the 2019 general elections. The confirmations followed the presentation of a report by Chairman Committee on Banking, Insurance and other Financial Matters, Sen. Rafiu Ibrahim. He said the committee screened the nominees and found them fit to hold the positions. The Senate had on July 18, acknowledged receipt of the request from President Muhammadu Buhari for confirmation of Banire as Chairman, Governing Board of Assets Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON). The request complied with Section 10 (1) of the AMCON Act 2010. The Senate also on July 3, acknowledged Buhari’s request to confirm Folashodun Shonubi as Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria following the provisions of Section 81 sub-section 2 of the CBN Establishment Act 2017.


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Unity Bank, Selah Gardens partner to promote green initiatives Motolani Oseni In line with its commitment to promoting eco-friendly initiatives, Unity Bank Plc has partnered Selah Gardens to hold an Open Day and Exhibition for Gardeners and stakeholders in the Botanical and Horticultural fields. The Open Day was conceived to promote entrepreneurship amongst Florists, Plant Farmers, Garden Furniture makers, Hand Crafters, Landscape Artists, and Dealers in Garden equipment & Accessories, who participated in the Tradeshow to display their wares and designs at the two-day Exhibition and Fair. As a further demonstration of the Bank’s commitment to supporting Agriculture and SMEs in general, the event formed part of efforts by Unity Bank to promote sustainable agriculture and preserve, restore, beautify and enhance the environment. Speaking on the collaboration, the Managing Director/CEO of Unity Bank Plc, Mrs. Tomi Somefun, stated that the event is not only part of its Corporate Social Responsibility but also a further demonstration of its commitment to supporting Agriculture and SMEs. She further opined, “the Bank is convinced that the impact of this initiative will be well felt in some areas as it falls within the Bank’s core strategic focus, agriculture and its extended value chain.”

Wholesale segment, others get $210m CBN forex boost Mathew Dadiya, Abuja Authorized dealers in the wholesale segment of the interbank foreign exchange market have received the sum of $100million from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to meet the needs of customers. The CBN also on Tuesday allocated the sum of $55million each to the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and the invisibles segments. The figure for the invisibles was meant for customers requiring it for tuition fees, medical payments and Basic Travel Allowance (BTA) amongst others. The Director, Corporate Communications at the Bank, Isaac Okorafor, reiterated that the Bank’s continued intervention in the inter-bank sector was aimed mainly at ensuring adequate liquidity in the market, even as he noted that there was not much pressure on the naira. Meanwhile, the naira maintained its steady rate against major currencies around the globe, exchanging for N361/$1 in the BDC segment of the market on Tuesday, October 9, 2018.

L-R: Globacom’s Regional Manager, Secondary, Mr. Augustine Mamuro, presenting cheque and trophy to Mr. Mike Iweanya Edemanya, representative of Onyemajejeogu age grade and winner of the 50-60 years, age grade competition of Globacom-sponsored Ofala 2018, at the Ofala Royal Banquet at Dolly Hills Hotel, Onitsha... on Monday.

Airline unions paralyse business activities at MM2 terminal Banks, airlines, others record loss Chukwuemeke Iwelunmo Passengers were yesterday denied access into the Muritala Mohammed Terminal 2 (MM2) to board their flights as aviation unions defied an early morning downpour to barricade the entrance of the MMA2. Some of the passengers had to spend money not budgeted for as they rushed to the General Aviation Terminal One operated by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria FAAN to buy another airline ticket to avoid missing their appointments for the day. Also hit by the unions action were banks, entries, shopping malls, travel agencies, car rentals, boutiques, ground handling companies operating in the terminal and Airlines affected include, Dana, Arik, Aero, Max, Medview and Azman. Some of the airlines contacted their customers through text messages to relocate to the General Aviation Terminal for their boarding formalities. The unionists, who chanted various solidarity songs, accused BASL management of violating extant labour laws by not recognising the unions and preventing staff from joining unions in the sector.

They prevented passengers going to catch their early morning flights, and also airline officials and people with businesses inside the terminal from gaining access to the premises. The protest also caused heavy vehicular traffic around the airport environment, which spiraled to some parts of Ikeja and the Agege Motor Road. There was a heavy presence of security operatives including the police and officers of the Nigeria Air Force in the area during the protest. Comrade Frances Akinjole, General Secretary, Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (ATSSSAN), told journalists that the management of Bi-Courtney has remained adamant and was not ready for dialogue to resolve the issue. “This issue has been on since May when these workers were sacked because they wanted to join unions. We met the management asking them to reinstate these workers and recognise their rights to join unions but they refused. “The regulator of the industry, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) as well as aviation security agencies have intervened in series of meetings, but BASL management has refused to do the needful to avert this crisis”, Akinjole explained. The three unions, National Union of Air

NESG appoints Ighodalo new board chair Mathew Dadiya, Abuja The Board of Directors of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) has announced the appointment of Mr. Asue Ighodalo, as its new Chairman. This follows previous Chairman Kyari Bukar’s resignation on 17 September 2018. Asue Ighodalo is a founding partner of Banwo & Ighodalo, one of the foremost commercial law firms in Nigeria. He obtained his first degree in Economics from the University of Ibadan, a law degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science; and was admitted into the Nigerian Bar in July 1985.

His core areas of practice are Corporate and Project Finance, Securities and Capital Markets, Energy & Natural Resources, and Mergers & Acquisitions. He is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association (immediate past Chairman of the Section on Business Law of the Nigerian Bar Association), International Bar Association (Section on Energy and Natural Resources Law), Association of International Petroleum Negotiators, Institute of Directors, Nigeria, Nigerian Economic Summit Group (Vice Chairman), Commercial Law and Taxation Committee of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria. Mr. Ighodalo is the Chairman, Board of Directors, Sterling Bank Plc, Dangote Flour Mills Plc, and Global

Mix Limited. He also sits on the boards of other public and private companies, Non-Governmental Organizations (“NGOs”) and a statutory body including Mainstreet Technologies Limited, Okomu Oil Palm Plc, Ensure Assurance Company Plc, Christopher Kolade Foundation, FATE Foundation and the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA). His engagement with the NESG spans over 15 years during which he has been active in the Policy Commissions and also led the Central Organizing Committee for delivering NES 10. He had since joined the Board of Directors and became the first Vice Chairman in 2015. His appointment as Chairman provides continuity to the strategic growth and development of the NESG.

Transport Employees (NUATE), National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers (NAAPE) and Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (ATSSSAN) had given notice that they would disrupt operations at MMA2 from yesterday over the disengagement of over 60 workers of Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited managers of the terminal who they said were disengaged for their alleged attempt to join them, but who the company said had attained retirement age or were found not to be diligent in their duties. Bi-Courtney claimed that a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos had granted an order restraining the three unions from carrying out their threats of disrupting the activities of the terminal from this morning in the suit filed by Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL), operators of MMA2. In a statement, signed by its spokesman, Mr. Steve Omolale said, any attempt to carry out this lawless act despite the subsisting court order would be viewed seriously and considered as an act of economic sabotage targeting a concession which they continually tried to truncate. He stressed that as a law-abiding corporate citizen, they would do everything possible within the ambit of the law to protect their facility.

Housing deficit: Adron advocates for PPP to improve social welfare Joy Obakeye A real estate company in Nigeria, Adron Home and Properties Limited has said that Nigeria can attain more greatness if its physical and socio-economical advancement can be synergised through a public-private partnership in infrastructure provision. The firm, which has acquired numerous partnerships from both the private and public sector, believes that such a feat can help reduce the housing deficit facing the country. The GMD/CEO of Adron Homes and Properties, Dr. Oba Adetola Emmanuelking, while unveiling the “The AdronSamsung 58,000 Synergy’’, a partnership with electronic giants, Samsung, stated that, “The concept and practice of publicprivate partnership now permeates virtually all the sectors of our nation, as it is now common to find government and private organisations jointly investing in

infrastructure provision.” Emmanuel-King stressed that the motive behind the partnership with Samsung is due to a necessity to provide a complete affordability infused in one, infrastructure to Nigerians belonging to all works of life. “The choice of Samsung as a brand is a necessity of a shared spirit to provide cheap and affordable products and services to the masses, in a system where such products are usually for the rich upper class.” He further explained that the feat is the company’s way of keying into the 58th independence celebration of Nigeria, and the promo is expected to add value to the lives of Nigerians in commemoration of the independence anniversary of Nigeria. “Courtesy of this promo, every Nigerian and other residents have the opportunity to own any of the trending models of Samsung phone devices by subscribing to at least a plot of land in any of the Adron estates in Abuja, Lagos, Ogun, Oyo, and Nasarawa state.”


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Osun election: Group slams CAN for seeking cancellation of guber poll Stories by Patrick Okohue A pro-democracy group, the Osun Progressive Left (OPL), has expressed concern and worry over the call by the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to cancel both the Osun and Ekiti state 2018 governorship election.. The organisation, in a press release signed by its Convener, Comrade Wale Adebisi, said it was miffed that a serious body like the CAN could call for the cancellation of the recently conducted Osun governorship election without any justification.

Adebisi said its organisation considered CAN’s statement as partisan, self-servicing, inciting and an attempt to look for unwarranted relevance. Adebisi warned CAN not to get itself messed up in the politics; rather it should remain neutral and maintain a non-partisanship position. It will be recalled that couple of years back, CAN almost turned Osun to a theatre of religious crisis over the introduction of school uniform, but for the mature approach with which Governor Rauf Aregbesola handled the matter. Adebisi said its organisation was fully aware of the freedom of expression and that of speech

Again, Lagos Assembly postpones resumption by 7 days The Lagos State House of Assembly has again postponed its resumption for plenary session earlier scheduled for Oct. 8 to Oct. 15. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Assembly had on July 10 adjourned its sitting to Sept. 17 to enable members to go on their annual recess before it later rescheduled for Oct. 8. During the period, the House hosted the Conference of SouthWest Speakers and Conference of Speakers of State Houses of Assembly in Nigeria between Aug. 3 and Aug. 5 in Lagos. The conference elected new executive at its 2018 Second Quarter Conference and the Speaker of the Lagos Assembly emerged as its new chairman. During this period also, members of the Assembly participated in their political party’s primary elections in preparations for the 2019 general elections.

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One of the lawmakers, who do not want to be quoted because he was not authorised to speak on the postponement, said that the resumption would be Oct. 15. “We are not sitting today, we have been informed it has been postponed to Oct. 15. We can’t meet when we are still perfecting the primary elections. “How can we meet when the issues of primaries are not over? There won’t be concentration on the legislative duties,” the lawmaker told NAN. A message sent to the telephone line of Mrs Adefunmilayo Tejuosho, the Chairman, House Committee on Information, Strategy, Publicity and Security, to react to the issue was not replied. A Correspondent of NAN, who monitored the atmosphere in the House, revealed that as at 3 p.m., the door to the House Chamber remained shut. Also, only few lawmakers came to the office.

as it is enshrined in the Nigeria constitution, but said a situation whereby these rights are abused to the detriment of the entire nation call for serious concern. The statement read in part: “We begin to wonder how on earth could an organisation like CAN, which is expected to be at the front burner of peace-making, be making such an inflammatory statement that is capable of heating up the already tensed political situation in both states and Nigeria at large.” According to the organisation, the only body competent to examine and order cancellation of any election in Nigeria after INEC has declared result is the court of competent jurisdiction. “This attempt, in all ramifications, by CAN leadership is to set Nigeria ablaze by canvassing for an annulment of election result that has been announced to the public. “It is totally irresponsible for any group to ask for the cancellation of an election without any legal basis. The last time we had election annulment was the June12, 1993, presidential election won by late Moshood Kasimawo Abiola. This wicked act put Nigeria permanent in the reverse for six years until civil democratic rule was returned in 1999. “In our own opinion we consider this statement as partisan, self-

serving, inciting, ungodly and an attempt to look for unwarranted relevance. We advise the Christian Association of Nigeria not to get themselves messed up in the political situation of the country, but rather remain neutral and maintain their non-partisanship position. “In the recent past, CAN almost turned Osun to a theatre of religious crisis, if not the mature approach of Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola in handling the matter. “The just concluded election result of both states has been declared and there is no way any other person or persons or INEC itself could annul these election results as canvassed by CAN. The only institution that has the capacity to upturn any election result declared by INEC is the court of competent jurisdiction or election tribunal, after proper hearing and there is a compelling reason to do so. “However, CAN as an organisation has for long lost its credibility particularly, with its relationship with former President Goodluck Jonathan in 2015 general election. It was found in the mess of high-level corruption as a result of settlement and now that the present administration of President Muhammadu Buhari will not settle any religious body or their leadership, they can now go for broke, by fanning the embers

of violence on political matters. “We call on well-meaning Nigerians to strongly appeal to the Christian Association of Nigeria to allow peace to reign and desist from reckless and inflammatory statement that is capable of encouraging violence. “These characters have benefited immensely from both foreign and local financial support from their collaborators which is evident in the ways and manners they engaged in vote buying before and during election. “CAN should saddle itself with the responsibility of finding solutions to the recent persecution and violent attack on those who did not vote for PDP in Ede. They should also not forget to intercede for those who have lost their lives and properties through a fervent prayer for God to stand by them and their families. Their only sin is that they exercise their civic responsibility by choosing who should be their leader. “Finally, we appeal to every other organisation to condemn in its strongest term any attack on those who voted for the party of their choice in Ede and its environs in the last governorship election in the state. “Therefore, the search for peace is the only way anybody can be meaningful to God. Whoever that is aggrieved should approach court to seek for justice.”

Gani Adams says restructuring key to building new Nigeria As OPU kicks against Yoruba Monarch in Diaspora The Aare Onakakanfo of Yoruba land, Iba Gani Adams, has re-affirmed his beliefs in the restructuring of the country, saying it is time for the Yoruba nation to adopt a new paradigm shift, taking into consideration all the issues that affect Nigeria as a nation. Speaking recently at a two-day Summit and interactive session of the Ooodua Progressive Union (OPU) in Hamburg Germany, Adams said: “As the 2019 general elections draw nearer, there is need for the Yorubas to adopt a new paradigm shift.” Adams also used the occasion to frown at the desecration of the sanctity of the traditional institution by some people who, he said, arrogate to themselves the position of a Yoruba Oba in the Diaspora. He said, “Our traditional institution is sacred and we won’t allow anybody to tarnish the image, even as we urge all the Yoruba Obas in their respective states to condemn the abominable act.” Aare Adams, who had earlier met with the Nigeria Ambassador

in Berlin, Mrs. Mobolaji Sakirat Ogundero, said part of the contending issues discussed at the summit include restructuring of Nigeria, as well as decentralisation of both security, monetary, education and infrastructure, which allows the federating units to develop at their own pace. “The word restructuring simply means re-organisation, not disintegration, our position on this is clear and that is Nigeria cannot afford to isolate itself from the rest of the world. For years, patriotic Nigerians have been agitating for restructuring, but a few elements in the country are against it. As far as I am concerned, those calling for restructuring should not be seen as enemies of state but partners in progress,” he said. All members of the group from across the 84 countries in the world, as well as other prominent Yoruba groups were present at the Summit. President of Isokan Omo Yoruba in Germany, Chief Adewole Albert, was also in attendance.

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ISAVE FAMILY CARE INITIATIVE. THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED FOR REGISTRATION TO CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION UNDER PART C OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT NO. 1 OF 1990 TRUSTEES: 1. ADAKU IBUAKU EZEM 2. OSUJI LUANDA UCHECHI 3. NWANDU ZINALORE AYANATE 4. ILOBI ONYINYECHI AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: - TO ENSURE A BETTER EXPERIENCE FOR EXPECTANT MOTHERS, BOTH BEFORE AND POST CHILDBIRTH. - TO PROVIDE ACCESS TO INFORMATION THAT IS UP TO DATE IN RELATION TO NEWBORN CARE, IMMUNIZATIONS, CONTRACEPTIVES AND MATERNAL CARE - TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FOR NEW MOTHERS AND THEIR NEWBORN. -TO TRAIN AND RETRAIN HEALTH WORKERS ON PROPER SERVICE DELIVERY - TO CURB MATERNAL AND INFANT MORBIDITIES AND MORTALITY. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL. CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUYI IRONSI STREET. PMB 198, MATIAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF PUBLICATION. SIGNED: SECRETARY.

GREAT COMMISSION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES. 1) TO EQUIP THE SAINTS FOR MINISTRY THROUGH QUALITY COST EFFECTIVE CHRIST CENTERED TEACHING. 2) TO IMPACT GOD’S WORD INTO NEW GENERATION IN ORDER TO RAISE UP A MIGHTY ARMY OF MEN AND WOMEN OF GOD. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION POT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: SECRETARY.

THE GLORY OF CHRIST PROPHETIC AND EVANGELICAL MINISTRY THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990. NAMES OF TRUSTEES: 1. PROPHET OLATUNJI STEPHEN. 2. OLATUNJI OMOLARA BOSE. 3. KAYODE OLUTAYO AFOLABI. AIM N OBJECTIVE: 1. TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION POT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: TRUSTEES

GREEN ORANGE CLUB INTERNATIONAL

REVIVAL FIRE EAGLE MINISTRY. CAC/IT/NO 70076

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED FOR REGISTRATION TO CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION UNDER PART C OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT NO. 1 OF 1990

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED FOR CHANGE OF TRUSTEES AND AMENDMENT OF CONSTITUTION TO CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION UNDER PART C OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT NO. 1 OF 1990

TRUSTEES 1. OGWARA GODWIN 2. NWOKENYE KESTER 3. IKPEFUA EDWIN EGBO 4. OTIKPERE CLEMENT ORITSHEGBUBEMI 5. IYERE ODIGIE HARRISON 6. IBADIN PHILIP BONAVENTURE 7. AKPOREHE PAUL VICTOR OGHALE 8. SHITTU IDOWU HASHIM 9. OBUEZIE ANTHONY OKWUDILI 10. ABRAHAM GEORGE EWANSIHA 11. DANIEL INE OKOJIE

CHANGE OF TRUSTEES AND AMENDMENT OF CONSTITUTION OLD TRUSTEES: 1. PRECIOUS OKPALA - RETAINED 2. BRO. OKECHUKWU NWAEHIRI - RETAINED 3. BRO. GODWIN OMOREGIE - RETAINED 4. BRO. MARCEL UCHE OKPALA - REMOVED 5. BRO. JESSY OGOCHUKWU AZOGU - REMOVED 6.BRO. COLLINS EZIOBA - REMOVED 7. BRO. SAMUEL OKOH - REMOVED 8. BRO. VITALIS EGBUJOH - REMOVED 9. BRO. IKEM HARRY ANYIM - REMOVED 10. MR UCHE DAVID - REMOVED

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1. TO CATER FOR THE WELFARE OF ITS MEMBERS. 2. TO CARRY ON CHARITY WORKS

NEW TRUSTEE 1. CHUKWUDI AHIPUO

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL. CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUYI IRONSI STREET. PMB 198, MATIAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF PUBLICATION.

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS CHANGES SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL. CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUYI IRONSI STREET. PMB 198, MATIAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF PUBLICATION.

SIGNED: SECRETARY

SIGNED: CHAIRMAN

BETHHARAN FOUNDATION

THE AFARA INITIATIVE

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, ABUJA FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, NO. 1 OF 1990.

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, ABUJA FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, NO. 1 OF 1990.

THE TRUSTEES ARE: (1) EBU FAVOUR ABRAHAM (2) EBU JOCHEBED NUEL (3) GOLD GRACIOUS (4) LORETTA BALOGUN (5) ADESHOLA OBEY (6) UKIM, UKIM GEORGE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO KEEP THE INTEREST OF MEMBERS 2. TO PROTECT AND SUPPORT THE MEMBERS. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, P.M.B 198, GARKI ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION.

THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. MRS LARA RABIU - TRUSTEE 2. MRS MEAGHER MARGARET SUSAN - TRUSTEE 3. MRS ADEJOKE ODOCHA - TRUSTEE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO DEVELOP INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS THAT WILL ALLOW NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY GRADUATES TO THRIVE, ACQUIRE RELEVANT SKILLS THAT ARE TRUSTED GLOBALLY, AND COMPETE IN THE 21ST CENTURY. 2. TO DEVELOP ENTREPRENEURS AND INTRAPRENEURS THAT WILL CONTRIBUTE TO DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFORMATION OF NIGERIA. 3. TO ACCELERATE THE GROWTH OF A GLOBALLY COMPETITIVE, JOB-READY AND ENTREPRENEURIAL WORKFORCE IN NIGERIA. 4. TO INCUBATE AND FUND VENTURES CREATED BY YOUNG NIGERIANS, THEREBY CREATING JOBS AND BUSINESSES AND AIDING DEVELOPMENT SOLUTIONS ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, P.M.B 198, GARKI ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION.

SIGNED: TRUSTEES

SIGNED: TRUSTEES

SAMANTH AZAR INITIATIVE

ANNEOZENG OGOZI AID FOUNDATION

DR OBI PETER ADIGWE FOUNDATION

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION (CAC),ABUJA, FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990.

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION (CAC),ABUJA, FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990.

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION (CAC),ABUJA, FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990.

THE TRUSTEES ARE. 1. ADAMU DOUGLAS AUDU 2. HELEN ADAMU 3. RONALD BUIJK

TRUSTEE ARE 1. ANDREW BABATUNDE OSATOGBE 2. THANKGOD JAMES OKEME 3. ANNEOZENG SUNDAY OGOZI 4. NICHOLAS BEBIEM

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1. EMPOWERMENT 2. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 3. PROMOTING GOOD GOVERNANCE

AIM AND OBJECTIVES TO PROVIDE SOCIAL ASSISTANCE AND FINANCIAL AID TO THE LESS PRIVILEGED.

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI , MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION.

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION.

SIGNED: BARR. ADAMU DOUGLAS AUDU .

SIGNED SECRETARY

TRUSTEE ARE: 1. MRS TOCHI ADIGWE 2. MRS THERESA ADIGWE 3 MR KELVIN ADIGWE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1. DEVELOPING STRATEGIES AND STRUCTURES THAT WILL ENGBLE BETTER SYNERGY BETWEEN THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS IN THE IMPROVEMENT OF ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE AND LIVING STANDARDS. 2 ENABLING SUSTAINABLE STRBTEGIES FOR PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF MALARIA, DIABETES, HEPATITIS TOGETHER WITH OTHER COMMUNICABLE DISEASES AND NCTS IN NIGERIA 3 PROVIDING SUPPORT AS WELL AS ADVOCATING FOR THE ECONOMICALLY AMD SOCIALLY DISADVANTAGED, ESPECIALLY PEOPLE WITH LIFE THREATENING HEALTH CONDITIONS. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED SECRETRY


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DIGNIFIED WOMEN OF SUBSTANCE FOUNDATION THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED FOUNDATION HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART C OF THE COMPANY AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990 TRUSTEES ARE: 1.ATTANSEY RITA IFEYINWA 2.UKPE GRACE CHINYERE 3.CHIME CHIOMA MAUREEN 4.ANEKE-BAKARE CHINONSO 5.ODIDIKA-ESEZOBOR NATHALIA

INITIATIVE FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AND IMPACT MAKERS IN NIGERIA THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED INITIATIVE HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, CAC ABUJA FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. MBAM ISRAEL EKENE - CHAIRMAN 2. EGWU EMMANUEL OBIAHU - SECRETARY 3. NWAKPU BLESSED MONDAY - MEMBER

AIMS/ OBJECTIVES 1. TO RENDER ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT TO THE VULNERABLE MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY 2. TO GIVE ACADEMIC AWARDS TO DESERVING STUDENTS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 3. TO PROVIDE LEGAL REPRESENTATION TO INDIGENT MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY WHO ARE VICTIMS OF INJUSTICE. 4.TO PROVIDE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS TO DESERVING PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 5. TO ADVANCE THE WELFARE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN GENERALLY AND PROVIDE CONDITIONS OF LIFE TO SUPPORT SUCH PERSONS. ANY OBJECTIONS TO THE ABOVE REGISTRATION SHOULD PLEASE, BE FORWARDED TO: THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA , ABUJA, NIGERIA SIGNED : SECRETARY

BELOVED CHRISTIAN CENTRE

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED INITIATIVE HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, CAC ABUJA FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. TRUSTEES: A. OKONGWU IKECHUKWU CHRISTIAN (CHAIRMAN) B. IKECHUKWU-OKONGWU ONYINYECHI GRACE (SECRETARY) AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. RECONCILING THE HEART OF MEN BACK TO GOD THROUGH THE PREACHING OF THE GOSPEL OF THE KINGDOM. 2. EQUIPPING AND EMPOWERING MEN INTO THEIR FULL INHERITANCE IN CHRIST WHERE THEY ARE PROSPEROUS IN SPIRIT, SOUL AND BODY. 3. RAISING SONS UNTO GOD WHO TAKE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THEIR ENVIRONMENT AND SPHERES OF INFLUENCE IN THE SOCIETY FOR GOD. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION POT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: SAMUEL OBAKA, ESQ.

CONQUERORS BROTHERS ASSEMBLY

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED INITIATIVE HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, CAC ABUJA FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. TRUSTEES: 1. GEORGE, VINCENT IKEOKWU 2. EBERE NGOZIKA MARGRETH 3. MADU CHINONSO BENEDICTA AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1.TO ENSURE THE PHYSICAL AND SPIRITUAL WELL BEING OF MEMBERS ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION POT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: TRUSTEES

ANKPA REBIRTH AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1.BAYAWO MUSA ABDULLAHI-CHAIRMAN 2. UMAR ALHASSAN AKEJE--SECRETARY 3. HALILU MOHAMMED JAMIL 4. ISHAKA TAJUDEEN 5. MOHAMMED ZAINAB 6. ZAKARI ABUBAKAR 7. SEIDU MUSA ODIKE 8. YAKUBU MAIMUNA OBJECTIVE: TO FOSTER FELLOWSHIP AND GOODWILL AMONGST ITS MEMBERS ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION POT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: SECRETARY

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO INSPIRE, EMPOWER AND EQUIP YOUTHS FOR INCLUSION IN GOVERNANCE AND ON HOW TO EXCEL IN LIFE. 2. TO PROMOTE UNITY, LOVE, DIGNITY, SENSITIZATION, POLITICAL PARTICIPATION, PROMOTE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES AND PROGRESS AMONG MEMBERS AND THE YOUTHS THROUGH MEETINGS, SENSITIZATION, MENTORSHIP PROGRAMS, TRAINING, EMPOWERMENT AND OTHER RELATED ACTIVITIES. 3. TO ACT AS UMBRELLA BODY FOR YOUTHS IN DIFFERENT FIELDS OF LIFE, AND DESIRES TO MAKE POSITIVE IMPACTS. ETC ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION POT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: SECRETARY

FORTRESS COUNSELLING AND COACHING FOUNDATION THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED INITIATIVE HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, CAC ABUJA FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. NAMES OF TRUSTEE: 1.OLAYIWOLA ADETUTU SALMAT. 2.OJIKUTU FAIQ OLAKUNLE 3.OJIKUTU FAID IGBAYILOLAMIDE. 4.OJIKUTU HABEEB OPEMIPO. 5.ABDUL RAHMAN SULAIMAN ADANGBA AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1.HUMANITY EMANCIPATION AND LIBERATION. 2.GUIDANCE, COUNSELLING AND COACHING. 3.CHARITY FOR THE NEEDY AND LESS PRIVILEGED 4.WIDOWS WELFARE/ EMPOWERMENT. 5.COMMUNITY SERVICES/SKILLS ACQUISITION. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION POT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: TRUSTEES

MARVELOUS HELP CHRISTIAN CENTRE.

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED INITIATIVE HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, CAC ABUJA FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. TRUSTEES 1 REV. OLAYORI ISRAEL FEMI-LARRY -PRESIDENT/FOUNDER. 2. PASTOR OLUWOLE GBENGA, 3. PASTOR OSINAIKE JOHNSON TUNDE, 4. DEACONESS OLAYORI AYOOLA, 5.DEACON SORUNKE BABATUNDE EZEKIEL, 6. DEACON OYEDELE TOSIN DAYO, 7.MRS AKINRINADE FATIMAT OLUWARANTI, 8. DEACON OLÀYORI EBENEZER OMOTOLA AIM & OBJECTIVE: TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST.

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WOOD JOINERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED INITIATIVE HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, CAC ABUJA FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. TRUSTEES: 1. ABDUSSALAM TOLANI 2. AWAL JUNAID AJANI 3. ADEGBITE QUADRI FEMI 4. ABDUL SAMOD HASSAN OPEYEMI 5. IDOWU ABDULRASHEED ALANI 6. ABDUL RASAK POPOOLA 7. MORUFAT ALANI. AIMS & OBJECTIVES 1. PROGRESSIVE TRAINING OF MEMBERS ON OCCUPATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 2. SUSTAINING PROFESSIONAL INTEGRITY AND ETHICS 3. PROTECTING MEMBERS’ RIGHTS AND INTERESTS 4. ANY OTHER ANCILLARY MATTERS IN SATISFACTION OF THE ABOVE. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION POT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED : TOYEEBAT TOYEEB JURIMETRICS LEGAL CONSULTS, ABEOKUTA

OODUA SOCIAL IMPROVEMENT & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (OSIEDO) THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED INITIATIVE HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, CAC ABUJA FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. NAME OF TRUSTEES: 1.EBENEZER OLUWAFEMI SOLOMON -PRESIDENT 2.BAKARE DEBORAH ADESEWO-SECRETARY 3.EBENEZER OLUJIMI-TREASURER 4.EBENEZER AYOTUNDE URIEL-MEMBER, 5.EBENEZER ANUOLUWAPO TIMOTHY-MEMBER AIMS & OBJECTIVES 1.TO EMPOWER RURAL AND MARKET WOMEN FINANCIALLY, ECONOMICALLY AND SOCIALLY 2.TO EMPOWER MEMBER IN THE AREA OF BUSINESS SUPPORT & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 3.TO EMPOWER THE POOR, ESPECIALLY THE WOMEN, IN RAISING THEIR SOCIOECONOMIC STATUSES ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION POT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: TRUSTEES

UZONMIRI SOCIAL CLUB OF NIGERIA

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. NDUBUISI CHUKWU 2. OKECHUKWU FESTUS OGUCHUKWU 3. NWARUZOR BARTHOLOMEW FRIDAY 4. EMENIKE SOLOMON

CHAIRMAN GENERAL SECRETARY MEMBER MEMBER

AIMS AND OBJECTIVE; . ACTIVITIES OF MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATION, . SOCIAL NETWORKING SERVICES. . TO PROMOTE PEACE AND UNITY AMONG MEMBERS . TO PROMOTE AND FOSTER MUTUAL BENEFICIAL RELATIONSHIP AMONG MEMBERS.

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION POT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION.

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION POT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION.

SIGNED: TRUSTEES

SIGN: TRUSTEES

TASKAR MARAYU FOUNDATION

IGALA YOUTH LEADERS ASSEMBLY

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990.

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990.

*TRUSTEES* 1. BALARABE HASSAN -CHAIRMAN TRUSTEE 2. BELLO MUSA - TRUSTEE/SECRETARY 3. HASSAN USMAN- TRUSTEE 4. MAHMOOD USMAN - TRUSTEE/TREASURER

TRUSTEES ARE 1. DR. VICTOR ALEWO ADOJI 2. GENERAL PATRICK AKPA 3. AHMED HUSSEIN 4. HAJIA SALAMATU BEIWA 5. OJOACHELE AKOR FELIX 6. DAVID ABUTU 7. MICHAEL IDACHABA 8. CONTR. ABDUL AMADE

*AIMS* 1. TO PROVIDE SHELTER, PSYCHO-SOCIAL, EDUCATIONAL AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT TO ORPHANS/MOTHERLESS BABIES AND ABANDONED CHILDREN. 2. TO PROTECT THE RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES OF THE RURAL WINDOWS AND ORPHANS. THE FOUNDATION’S OBJECTIVE. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION POT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION.

AIM & OBJECTIVE: TO FOSTER UNITY AMONGST THE IGALA NATION, BOTH HOME AND ABROAD FOR GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION POT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION.

SIGNED:- SECRETARY

SIGNED: EZEKIEL U OGAH


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LIFEFOUND HUMANITARIAN FOUNDATION THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION (CAC),ABUJA, FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO PROMOTE CHILDREN AND YOUTH EDUCATION INITIATIVES 2. TO ENGAGE IN YOUTH SKILL ACQUISITION, DEVELOPMENT AND REFORMATION THROUGH SPECIALIZED PURPOSE VEHICLES TRUSTEES: 1. EKAMA, HILDA ARHABONUVWE - CHAIRMAN 2. URIRI, FRANCESCA ONOMARIE 3. AKALANZE, CELESTINA NONYENIM NAME OF SECRETARY: NJERE PATIENCE ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION.

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ADVOCACY FOR THE RIGHTS OF WORKERS

EMMANUEL UMOHINYANG FOUNDATION

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION (CAC), ABUJA FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART ‘C’ OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990.

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED ASSOCIATION HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION ABUJA FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPAINES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT NO.1 OF 1990

THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. ELIAS GBADAMOSI 2. EBUKA ONUNAIWU AIM AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO ENLIGHTEN EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES ON THEIR RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS TOWARDS EACH OTHER 2. TO LOBBY FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR_GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: SECRETARY

SIGNED BY SOLICITOR

EVANGELICAL GOSPEL MINISTRY THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART’ C’ OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT OF 1990 . THE TRUSTEES ARE; 1. DAGO MATTHEW - PRESIDENT. 2. JACOB DIMKPA GABRIEL - SECRETARY. 3. DICK MERCY FIBERESIMA. 4. MATTHEW BEATRICE MATTHEW. 5. ALLISON EMMANUEL PRINCEWILL. 6.INYONGS RACHAEL GABRIEL. AIMS/OBJECTIVES; 1. TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST. 2. TO WIN SOULS FOR THE KINGDOM OF GOD. ANY OBJECTIONS TO THE REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET MAITAMA ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED; PRESIDENT.

1EL-AHAVAH COVENANT CENTRE THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY PUT ON NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE NAMED BODY HAS APPLIED FOR INCORPORATION UNDER PART C OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. EHIDIAMEN EMMANUEL RICHARD - CHAIRMAN 2. EPOWEIDE FEKUMO - SECRETARY 3. TEMI OGAH AIMS AND OBJECTIVES ARE: 1. PREACHING AND TEACHING THE GOSPEL OF THE LOVE OF GOD MANIFESTED IN THE LIFE, DEATH, RESURRECTION, ASCENSION AND SECOND COMING OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST. 2. MANIFESTING THE LOVE OF GOD BY LIVING A CHRIST-LIKE LIFE IN CHARACTER, SPEECH, AND CONDUCT IN OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD AND MAN. 3. EXPRESSING THE LOVE OF GOD BY MEETING THE NEEDS OF PEOPLE, THROUGH THE POWER OF THE HOLY SPIRIT TO BRING ABOUT HEALINGS, CASTING OUT OF DEVILS, AND MIRACULOUS DIVINE PROVISIONS. 4. ENDEARING THE LOVE OF GOD IN HEARTS OF MEN BY DISCIPLING THE SAVED TO KEEP THE COMMANDS AND TEACHINGS OF JESUS CHRIST FOUND IN THE HOLY BIBLE. 5. ACCOMPLISHING THE PURPOSE OF GOD’S LOVE, WHICH IS TO SAVE PERISHING MAN FROM ETERNAL DAMNATION BY GIVING HIM ETERNAL LIFE, AN ETERNAL INHERITANCE AND AN ETERNAL HOME WITH THE LORD THROUGH FAITH IN CHRIST JESUS. ANY OBJECTION TO THE ABOVE INCORPORATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI WAY, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THE DATE OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNES BY: EPOWEIDE R. FEKUMO ESQ. FRUITFUL VINE SOLICITORS

MBEMBE PEOPLE ASSEMBLY INT’L THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED ASSEMBLY HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART ‘C’ OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: (1) OGIRI,EGBONG OGIRI--PRESIDENT (2) JOHN, AYANG EGOM --SECRETARY (3) IROM, AYANG ETABA (4) EFON, VICTOR OBETEN (5) LUKMAN, KADIRI (6) IKORA, CONFIDENCE ESSEH (7) OMONO, OMONO EYANG (8)ISIEK, SIMON OLA (9) ODOMA, OVAT CHARKPEN AIMS & OBJECTIVES: (1) TO ENCOURAGE, PROMOTE UNITY AND PEACE, AND PROVIDE MAXIMUM WELFARE TO THE MEMBERS IN TIMES OF NEED AND ALWAYS. (2) TO ENCOURAGE SERVICE-MINDED MEN TO SERVE THE CLUB SELFLESSLY FOR THE COLLECTIVE BENEFITS OF ALL MEMBERS. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: OGIRI, EGBONG OGIRI -PRESIDENT

SISTER’S HEART FOUNDATION THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART C IF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990. TRUSTEES ARE 1,OMOREGIE NOSAKHARE 2,OMOREGIE RUTH OSASU 3,ABU EUNICE ONYENMWEN AIMS AND OBJECTIVE 1,TO EMPOWER WIDOWS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES WITH OPPORTUNITIES THAT CAN ENHANCE THE FEELING OF INDIVIDUAL SELF WORTH AND GIVE THEM ACCESS TO SKILLS THAT WILL PROMOTE SELF DEPENDENCY. 2,TO PROVIDE SUPPORT TO MISSIONARIES IN REMOTE VILLAGES: ESPECIALLY TO THOSE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. 3,TO PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS IN AFRICA. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS PUBLICATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED J.O.ABU ESQ SOLICITOR

DESTINY RESCUERS’VESSEL FOUNDATION

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY INFORMED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED FOUNDATION HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT OF 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1 REV’D NICHOLAS CHUKWUEMEKA UDEH 2. SIR ENGR. BARTHOLOMEW NDIDI EDEH 3. MR VICTOR CHIMEZIE NWACHUKWU 4. MRS EGBOSIMBA CHITO FAITH 5. BARR. AMUCHE OPARAUGO AIMS & OBJECTIVE 1TO HELP ESPECIALLY YOUTH PEOPLE TO REDISCOVER AND REDEFINE THEIR DESTINIES. 2 BREAK OFF FROM FINANCIAL LIMITATION. 3. TO CREATE AN ENABLING PLATFORM FOR PEOPLES PURPOSE IN LIFE TO BE ACTUALIZED 4 HELP AND RESET PEOPLES NEGATIVE MINDSET ABOUT LIFE. 5.HELP PEOPLE REACH THEIR FULL POTENTIALS IN LIFE. ANY OBJECTION TO THE REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: REV’D NICHOLAS CHUKWUEMEKA UDEH

PUBLIC NOTICE

THE NAME OF THE TRUSTESS ARE 1. EMMANUEL UMOHINYANG 2. ESTHER EMMANUEL UMOHINYANG 3. SOLOMON SUNDAY UMOHINYANG 4. ELEAZAR NWADIUGIWU THE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES ARE 1. TO BRING TOGETHER AND UNITE EVERY PERSON TOWARDS ERADICATION OF POVERTY. 2. TO SET UP AND MANAGE BUSINESSES WITH THE ENTIRE PROFITS APPLIED TOWARDS ERADICATION OF POVERTY. 3. TO ENSURE PARTICIPATION IN NATION BUILDING. 4. TO PROMOTE AWARENESS ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE AND ESTABLISH PLATFORMS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT. ANY OBJECTION TO THE REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR – GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION. PLOT 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, P.M.B. 198, GARKI, ABUJA, WITHIN TWENTY-EIGHT (28) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: SECRETARY

IGANDO IKOTUN LCDA

THE IGANDO IKOTUN LCDA WISHES TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC OF THE CHANGE OF STREET NAME FROM EMAHALEWU STREET TO TESJOK AVENUE AT ABARANJE/ OKERUBE COMMUNITY. THE GENERAL PUBLIC TO TAKE NOTE. PUBLIC NOTICE

EDUCATION PRIORITY FOR BETTER SOCIETY INITIATIVE

IKE AKE CHARITIES FOUNDATION

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED ASSOCIATION HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART ‘C’ OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990.

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED FOUNDATION HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART ‘C’ OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990.

THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. MR MEESUA UEDEME - CHAIRMAN 2. MR ORDU DAVID ENDURANCE- SECRETARY 3. MR GODWIN EKENE AWURUM - PRO 4. MR NWEZE CHUKWUKA NWANKWEGU- TREASURER 5. MR LONE BARIATE EMMANUEL- FINANCIAL SECRETARY

THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. BAR AKE IKECHUKWU FELIX - CHAIRMAN 2. MRS IKE-AKE AJUMOKE JUSTINA - SECRETARY 3. MISS IKE-AKE AWURI JOY - TREASURER/FINANCIAL SECRETARY

AIMS & OBJECTIVES: 1. TO PROMOTE QUALITY EDUCATION THROUGH CONSULTANCY AND ADVOCACY IN NIGERIA AND BEYOND. 2. TO PROMOTE ROBUST INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION THROUGH GOVERNMENT, CORPORATE BODIES AND PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP. 3. TO PROMOTE AND PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF NIGERIAN STUDENTS AGAINST ALL FORMS OF EXPLOITATION AND INJUSTICE AT ALL LEVEL OF EDUCATION IN NIGERIA.

AIMS & OBJECTIVES: 1. RELIEF FOR LESS PRIVILEGE 2. RELIEF FROM RELIGIOUS PERSECUTIONS 3. RELIEF FROM OPPRESSION OF ALL KIND 4. FAMILY HISTORY AND GENEALOGICALLY RESEARCH 5. EDUCATION AND RESEARCH 6. PROMOTE THE SHARING OF THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST AS TAUGHT BY THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS.

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRARGENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION.

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION.

SIGNED: MR MEESUA UEDEME - CHAIRMAN

SIGNED: BAR AKE IKECHUKWU FELIX - CHAIRMAN

DIGNIFIED WOMEN OF SUBSTANCE FOUNDATION

WOOL AND FANCY FABRICS DEALERS ASSOCIATION OGBETE MAIN MARKET ENUGU

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED FOUNDATION HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART C OF THE COMPANY AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990 TRUSTEES ARE: 1.ATTANSEY RITA IFEYINWA 2.UKPE GRACE CHINYERE 3.CHIME CHIOMA MAUREEN 4.ANEKE-BAKARE CHINONSO 5.ODIDIKA-ESEZOBOR NATHALIA AIMS/ OBJECTIVES 1. TO RENDER ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT TO THE VULNERABLE MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY 2. TO GIVE ACADEMIC AWARDS TO DESERVING STUDENTS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 3. TO PROVIDE LEGAL REPRESENTATION TO INDIGENT MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY WHO ARE VICTIMS OF INJUSTICE. 4.TO PROVIDE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS TO DESERVING PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 5. TO ADVANCE THE WELFARE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN GENERALLY AND PROVIDE CONDITIONS OF LIFE TO SUPPORT SUCH PERSONS. ANY OBJECTIONS TO THE ABOVE REGISTRATION SHOULD PLEASE, BE FORWARDED TO: THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA , ABUJA, NIGERIA SIGNED : SECRETARY

UMUDIM DEVELOPMENT UNION UZOR ENUGU AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY IBUZO AMOKWE APOLOGY FOR DEFAMATION OF PERSONS AND CHARACTERS OF REV. FR. VICTOR EZE AND ENGR. GEORGE OGBUAGU WE, THE ENTIRE MEMBERS OF UMUDIM VILLAGE UNANIMOUSLY APOLOGISE FOR THE DEFAMATION OF PERSONS AND CHARACTERS OF REV. FR. VICTOR EZE AND ENGR. GEORGE OGBUAGU WHO BOTH ARE OUR GREAT SONS AND PATRIOTS. ALL THE ALLEGATIONS LEVELED AGAINST THEM IN A FACELESS PETITION WHICH EMANATED FROM OUR VILLAGE ARE ALL LIES, FABRICATIONS, AND SCANDALOUS AIMED AT TARNISHING THE GOOD IMAGE OF THOSE ILLUSTRIOUS SONS AND BROTHERS OF OURS WHICH THEY HAVE PAINSTAKINGLY BUILT FOR THEMSELVES OVER THE YEAR. WE, THEREFORE APOLOGISE TO THEM TO PLEASE FORGIVE AND PARDON US. SIGNED JONATHAN NEBO UDEONYIA OLIVER CHAIRMAN SECRETARY

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY INFORMED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED ASSOCIATION HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT OF 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1 CHIEF RALPH AGUAGWA - CHAIRMAN 2. KINGSELY CHINEDU UGORJI - VICE CHAIRMAN 3. ANTHONY UGWUANIZIE - SECRETARY 4. SABASTINE EZE - FIN. SECRETARY 5. CHIEF EDWIN AGU - PATRON 6. CHIEF CLEMENT UGWU (MENTUS) PATRON 7. EDWIN IFIONU- MEMBER AIMS & OBJECTIVE 1. TO PROMOTE PEACE, LOVE, UNITY AND PROGRESS. 2. TO CO-OPERATE WITH THE OMMTA (MOTHER UNION). 3. TO SETTLE AMICABLY ANY MISUNDERSTANDING BETWEEN TWO OR MORE MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. ANY OBJECTION TO THE REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: CHAIRMAN

GREAT ALUMINITE SOCIAL CLUB OF NIGERIA. THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE MENTIONED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE PART C OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACTS 1990. NAMES OF THE TRUSTEES 1, JAMES SUNDAY CHRISTIAN 2, NNAMDI SAMUEL UGOAGBARA 3, ONUORA ONYEKA NICKOLAS 4, OKONGWU PAUL CHUKWUALUKA. PRESENTED BY OGORCHUKWU IJEH ESQ. OBJECT TO CONTRIBUTE FINANCIALLY FOR THE BENEFIT AND WELFARE OF THE MEMBERS . ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYIIRONSI STREET, MAITAMA ABUJA, WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION SIGNED: TRUSTEE


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GLOBAL SALVATION AND MIRACLE OF CHRIST MISSION. THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE MENTIONED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE PART C OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACTS 1990.

NAMES OF THE TRUSTEES 1. OLOGE SUNDAY BOLORUNDURO GENERAL OVERSEER 2. OLOGE OLOLADE IDOWU 3. TOLUYEMI SOGO SUNDAY SECRETARY 4. RASHEED JULIUS SOLOMON. AIMS & OBJECTIVE TO PREACH UNDILUTED WORD OF GOD TO THE WHOLE WORLD IN ORDER TO SAVE PEOPLE FROM SIN,SATANIC MANIPULATION AND HELL FIRE.

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYIIRONSI STREET, MAITAMA ABUJA, WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION SIGNED: TRUSTEE

OLIVE’S STAND FOR TRUTH FOUNDATION THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE MENTIONED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE PART C OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACTS 1990. TRUSTEES 1. JOY OWADOKUN 2. UZOKA JEFFREY 3. SEGUN OMOOLUWA 4. ABIMBOLU AKINBOADE 5. UZOKA MAUREEN NWAKAEGO AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1. TO BRING THE TRUTH TO ALL MEN TO HELP FULFIL PURPOSE IN LIFE BY ENRICHING LIVES THROUGH CONDUCTING OUTREACHES WHERE WE DISTRIBUTE LOVE GIFTS AND SHARE THE WORD OF GOD WITH THEM, COUNSELING AND ALSO GIVE SCHOLARSHIPS AND EMPOWERMENT. 2. MEETING WITH THE STREET CHILDREN, GIVING SCHOLARSHIPS AND EMPOWERING THEIR PARENTS. 3. VISITING THE FEMALE PRISON TO REACH OUT TO THEM THROUGH COUNSELLING AND EMPOWERMENT WHEN THEY GET OUT. 4. REACHING OUT TO PEOPLE IN THE NORTHERN AREAS OF NIGERIA BY PROVIDING FOOD STUFFS AND CLOTHINGS. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYIIRONSI STREET, MAITAMA ABUJA, WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE MENTIONED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE PART C OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACTS 1990. THE TRUSTEE ARE: 1. MR OLUFUNMILAYO O. DICKSON-CHAIRMAN 2. MRS OLUFUNMILAYO K.OMOWUNMI-SECRETARY. 3. MR OLUKUNLE OLAGUNJU 4. MRS OLUKUNLE OLUBUNMI

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYIIRONSI STREET, MAITAMA ABUJA, WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION SIGNED SECRETARY

DOMINION CHAPLAINCY INTERNATIONAL

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE MENTIONED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE PART C OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACTS 1990.

BETTER FRIENDS CLUB OF NIGERIA

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYIIRONSI STREET, MAITAMA ABUJA, WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION SIGNED J A. OLADAPO & CO 08030696558

HOLY GHOST DELIVERANCE TABERNACLE THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED ORGANIZATION HAS APPLIED FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT OF 1990

BOARD OF TRUSTEES ARE 1.IPAYE OLAYIWOLA FATAI. 2. ANICHO CHIDIEBERE SUNDAY. 3. IGBELINA UCHE AFAM. 4. OPARA UGOCHUKWU STEPHEN.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1. TO EFFECTIVELY CATER FOR THE WELFARE OF EVERY MEMBER OF THE CLUB AND FOSTER MUTUAL TRUST, UNDERSTANDING AND COOPERATION WITHIN THE GROUP. ANY OBJECTION(S) TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, PMB 198, GARKI, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THIS PUBLICATION.

THE TRUSTEES ARE: NWEKE EMMANUEL OGBOGO - GENERAL SUPRITENDENT OCHONNA UGOCHI BENEDICT - FINANCIAL ADVISER IRABOR MARY OSAZE - TREASURER JOSEPH OLUWATOSIN EVELYN - SECRETARY NWEKE ROSEMARY - MEMBER OSHIE WILLIAMS EJU - MEMBER IKWE ODIKE DENNIS - MEMBER

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO PREACH AND ADVANCE THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST 2. TO EMBARK ON GOSPEL OUTREACHES 3. TO GIVE HOPE TO THE HOPELESS THROUGH THE PREACHING OF THE GOSPEL OF FAITH ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYIIRONSI STREET, MAITAMA ABUJA, WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION.

SIGNED BY; SECRETARY.

MRSB KUFORIJI-ONILU

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 1. MR AKOSA, ANTHONY CHUKWUKA - CHAIRMAN, 2. MRS AKOSA, MAUREEN EKWUIFE - TREASURER, 3. MR UGBO, EVARISTUS ORAKWE - SECRETARY, SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSOCIATION SHALL BE: 1. TO ENCOURAGE ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND REDUCE THE ILLITERACY LEVEL AMONG THE PHYSICALLY CHALLENGE PERSON, YOUTH , WIDOW AND ORPHAN & AMP; VULNERABLE CHILDREN 2.. TO PROVIDE BUSINESS SUPPORT FOR THEM 3. TO ESTABLISH A GOOD AND EFFECTIVE NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL NETWORK IN THE AREA OF POVERTY REDUCTION, WEALTH CREATION AND CAPACITY BUILDING. 4. TO PARTNER WITH GOVERNMENT AND OTHER MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND EMPOWERMENT OF THIS TARGET GROUP THROUGH THE PROVISION OF MICRO-CREDIT FACILITIES FOR THEM THAT WILL ULTIMATELY LEAD TO A REDUCTION OF POVERTY. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYIIRONSI STREET, MAITAMA ABUJA, WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION

SIGNED: TRUSTEE

MRS OGUNTAYO OLUBUKOLA

FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS ODETAYO OLUBUKOLA HALIMAT NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS OGUNTAYO OLUBUKOLA HALIMAT.ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID,NYSC, GENERAL PUBLIC AND AUTHORITY CONCERNED PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS ADEBIYI HABIBAT

I FORMALLY KNOW AND ADDRESSED AS MISS SADIQ HABIBAT OZAVIZE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS ADEBIYI HABIBAT OZAVIZE.ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC AND AUTHORITY CONCERNED PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

SHEPHERD OF LIFE FOUNDATION

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE MENTIONED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE PART C OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACTS 1990. TRUSTEE 1, PASTOR ADEGBOYEGA AMOS OSINUBI 2, EVANGELIST FELICIA MODUPE OSINUBI 3,EVANGELIST MARY MERCY OSINUBI 4, PASTOR JAMES ABIODUN OLADIPUPO

TRUSTEES ARE: 1; DANLADI, JULIUS YARO 2;OLUWADEPO ,OLUWAJIDE AMOS 3; IKUGBAYIGBE , ROTIMI 4; OLUGBEMI ,AJOSE PETER

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE MENTIONED “CLUB” HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE PART C OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACTS 1990.

FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS. KUFORIJI AWANAT TAIWO NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRSB KUFORIJI-ONILU AWANAT TAIWO. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC AND AUTHORITY CONCERNED PLEASE TAKE NOTE

FAITH FOR THE YOUTH AND TEENAGERS FOUNDATION THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE MENTIONED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE PART C OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACTS 1990.

SIGNED: SECRETARY

AIMS/OBJ: 1; TO PROTECT THE VOICELESS IN THE SOCIETY (2) TO RENDER SELFLESS SERVICE TO HUMANITY (3) TO PROVIDE RELIGIOUS SERVICES , SPIRITUAL GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING TO THOSE IN NEED .

AIM AND OBJECTIVE : TO CATER FOR THE LESS PRIVILEGED AND WIDOWS.

OLADEJO OLUWASEUN

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SIGNED: SECRETARY

KAFFY CHARITY FOUNDATION

FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OBE OLUWASEUN OLAJUMOKE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLADEJO OLUWASEUN OLAJUMOKE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC AND AUTHORITY CONCERNED PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

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IZU NWANNE SOCIAL CLUB OF NIGERIA

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE MENTIONED “CLUB” HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE PART C OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACTS 1990. BOARD OF TRUSTEES ARE 1.MONDAY FRANCIS NWANKWO. 2. TITUS ADINDU NOMEH. 3. CHUKWUMA EMMANUEL NWEKE.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1. TO EFFECTIVELY CATER FOR THE WELFARE OF EVERY MEMBER OF THE CLUB AND FOSTER MUTUAL TRUST, UNDERSTANDING AND COOPERATION WITHIN THE GROUP. ANY OBJECTION(S) TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, PMB 198, GARKI, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THIS PUBLICATION.

AIM/OB: 1,TO CREATE A POSITIVE LOVING ENVIRONMENT IN WHICH THE OFTEN ABANDONED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN FEEL AT HOME AND CARED FOR, AS A BASIS FOR SOCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT. 2,TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE SERVICES FOR THE VULNERABLE 3, TO PROVIDE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO THE NEEDY STUDENTS TO PURSUE THEIR EDUCATION 4, TO ORGANISE SEMINARS, ACTIVITIES AND FORUMS THAT WILL EMPOWER YOUNG PEOPLE TO REALISE THEIR POTENTIAL ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYIIRONSI STREET, MAITAMA ABUJA, WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION SIGNED J A. OLADAPO & CO 08030696558

PATRIOTIC CITIZENS ORGANIZATION OF NIGERIA. THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART C OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACTS OF 1990. TRUSTEES ARE : 1. MR IDRIS LASUNGBADE HAMZAT - CHAIRMAN 2. AKINLAJA ISAAC - SECRETARY 3. MRS OLUWATOYIN EMMANUEL - TREASURER 4. KEHINDE AYILARA - MEMBER 5. ADEDOJA BISI - MEMBER 6. OLALERE IDOWU - MEMBER AIMS: TO PROMOTE UNITY, INTEGRITY AND ENCOURAGE PATRIOTISM AMONG THE CITIZEN. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, PLOT 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAIMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: TRUSTEES

ALEGEHLAW FOUNDATION THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE MENTIONED “FOUNDATION” HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE PART C OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACTS 1990. BOARD OF TRUSTEES ARE 1. AUGUSTINE OYAREKHUA ALEGEH. 2. FERISHAT LAMI ALEGEH. 3. AIKHUNEGBE ANTHONY MALIK. 4. OROMA FRANCES WALI. 5. KELECHI KIZITO ONWUEGBUCHULEM. 6. ANITA - SALMA OSIKHUEME ALEGEH. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1. PROVISION OF SUPPORT AND TRAINING PROGRAMMES FOR YOUNG LAWYERS. 2. TO COLLABORATE WITH RELEVANT ADVISORY GROUPS AND INTERESTED STAKE HOLDERS FOR THE IMPROVEMENT IN THE STANDARDS OF LEGAL EDUCATION IN NIGERIA. ANY OBJECTION(S) TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, PMB 198, GARKI, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED BY; TRUSTEES.

SIGNED BY; TRUSTEES.

CORRECTION OF NAME:

FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLA-DADA OLUWASEUN HABIB. NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLA-DADA OLUWASEGUN HABIB. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC AND AUTHORITY CONCERNED PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

OLUMIWAGA OLAMIDE

FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLUMIWAGA OLAIDE RAPHAEL NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLUMIWAGA OLAMIDE RAPHAEL. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC AND AUTHORITY CONCERNED PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

LAWAL ELIZABETH

FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ADEBAYO ELIZABETH TOPE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS LAWAL ELIZABETH TOPE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

BLESSING CHINELO

I, FORMERLY KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS BLESSING CHINELO ONYEZILI, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS BLESSING CHINELO ANIBUKO. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS OLADIPO WURAOLA FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS SOMADE WURAOLA OLUWATOBILOBA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS OLADIPO WURAOLA OLUWATOBILOBA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC AND AUTHORITY CONCERNED PLEASE TAKE NOTE

MRS UMEH ESTHER

I, FORMERLY KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MISS MGBAKO ESTHER CHIDI EBERE , NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MRS UMEH ESTHER EBERE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

OGUNFOWORA OLUFUNMILAYO

OSHO FLORENCE

AL-MAROOF IBRAHIM

I FORMELY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AJAYI OLUFUNMILAYO MARY , NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OGUNFOWORA OLUFUNMILAYO MARY. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS AKOMOLEDE FLORENCE OLUWASOLA , NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS OSHO FLORENCE OLUWASOLA . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS IBRAHEEM ODOH , NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS AL-MAROOF IBRAHIM ABIMBOLA . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

AHMED HANNAH

ADURAMIGBA MONSURAT I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS SANNI OYENIKE, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ADURAMIGBA MONSURAT OYENIKE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS IGWE HAPPINESS UGOCHI, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS HAPPINESS UGOCHI IFEANYICHUKWU DIKE (NEE IGWE). ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS OLAWUMI HANNAH AYOMIDE , NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS AHMED HANNAH AYOMIDE . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS HAPPINESS UGOCHI


Classified MATULUKO BABATUNDE I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IMOLE AYO PETER NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MATULUKO BABATUNDE JOSEPH. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE. ONANUGA MARIAN

ESTHER CHIKAIRA AND KNOWN FORMERLY I, ADDRESSED AS ESTHER BENEDIETA EZINWO OR ESTHER EZINWO NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ESTHER CHIKAIRA EDONKUMOH. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

CORRECTION OF NAME THIS IS TO CERTIFY AND NOTIFY THAT MY NAME WAS WRONGLY WRITTEN AS SALAMI KEHINDE ADETUNJI INSTEAD OF SALAMI KEHINDE OLATUNJI. ALL FORMER VALID. REMAIN DOCUMENTS GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

AKINBORIOYE NDIDI

AND KNOWN FORMERLY I, ADDRESSED AS ANIMASHAUN MARIAN ANN NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ONANUGA MARIAN ANN. FORMER VALID. REMAIN DOCUMENTS GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IWEJUO NDIDI PATIENCE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AKINBORIOYE NDIDI PATIENCE. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

SOLOMON OBAFEMI AND KNOWN FORMERLY I SHARAFADEEN ADDRESSED AS MUHAMMED OLOYEDE: NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS SOLOMON OBAFEMI OLOYEDE . FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

THAT I WAS FORMERLY & KNOWN,ADDRESSED CALLED AS ADIGUN KOLA OLASUNKANMI NOW WISH BE KNOWN, ADDRESSED & CALLED AS ADIGUN OLASUNKANMI JOHN.

MRS.MAGDALENE ENOJO I FORMERLY KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MISS. MAGDALENE AISABOLUOKPIA. NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MRS.MAGDALENE ENOJO. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN PUBLIC GENERAL VALID. PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS.EVEWERO JOY , I FORMERLY KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MISS. AKATA EVEWERO JOY. NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. OKOTETE. JOY EVEWERO FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN PUBLIC GENERAL VALID. PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

BABALOLA BALIQEES

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DORA NNENNE

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IFEYI DORA NNENNE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS DORA NNENNE OGBONNAYA. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

WISH BE KNOWN

ADENIRAN OLAYINKA I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ALONGE YINKA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ADENIRAN OLAYINKA VIVIAN. ALL FORMER VALID. REMAIN DOCUMENTS GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

MRS. BLESSING EGENORIA

SHORUNKE OLAKANMI

AND KNOWN FORMERLY I, ADDRESSED AS ABIODUN RASAQ S. NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS SHORUNKE FORMER RASAQ. OLAKANMI VALID. REMAIN DOCUMENTS GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

OGUERI CHINONSO

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND UZOSIKE AS ADDRESSED CHINONSO THERESA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OGUERI CHINONSO THERESA. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

MRS. OKUNLOLA ADEFUNKE

AND KNOWN FORMERLY I MISS. OLADIPO ADDRESSED AS ADEFUNKE OLAJUMOKE: NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. OKUNLOLA ADEFUNKE OLAJUMOKE . FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

IYOBOSA OMONUWA

FAITH KENIE

JOAN DANIEL I FORMERLY KNOWN AND JOAN AS ADDRESSED EBEDE NOW WISHES TO BE KNOWN AND ADDERSSED AS JOAN DANIEL ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

NAME VERIFICATION I, ROBERT GIFT ARCHIBONG WISH TO NOTIFY THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT I AM ALSO KNOWN AS GIFT ARCHIBONG AND GIFT ROBERT. ALL MY DOCUMENTS AND CORRESPONDENCES IN THESE NAMES REFER TO ME REMAIN VALID.

OSIFISAN AZEEZ I FORMALLY KNOWN AND ABULAZIZ AS ADDRESS MOHAMMED KLACIK, NOW WHICH TO BE ADDRESS AS OSIFISAN AZEEZ ABIODUN. ALL FORMAL DOCUMENT REMAIN VALID. PUBLIC SHOULD TAKE NOTE

KEKE JOVITA

RUTH OKAH I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ISRAEL RUTH GLORY, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS RUTH OKAH .ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

AND KNOWN FORMERLY I, OKEKE ADDRESSED AS MISS SUCCESS CHIADIKAOBI, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED SUCCESS ALOZIE AS MRS. FORMER ALL CHIADIKAOBI. DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS SIYANBOLA ABIDEMI

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED JANE-FRANCIS AS NWACHUKWU OGECHI, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ANAYOCHUKWU JANE-FRANCIS OGECHI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE

IWU EMMANUELLA I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IWU MARTHINA CHIMEZIE, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IWU CHIMEZIE. ALL EMMANUELLA FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS. GRACE UJOATONU I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS GRACE UKAONU, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. GRACE UJOATONU. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS. ANGELA CHIDINMA AND KNOWN FORMERLY I, ANGELA ADDRESSED AS MISS C. ANYANWU, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. ANGELA CHIDINMA NNABUGWU. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

AND KNOWN FORMERLY I, NWOKORIE AS ADDRESSED OZIOMA PRISCA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IGWE PRISCA. ALL FORMER OZIOMA DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS. EMAJEMITE KALIA

AZU IJEOMA I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS EDORONWA IJEOMA CYNTHIA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AZU IJEOMA CYNTHIA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

CORRECTION OF NAME MY NAME WAS WRONGLY WRITTEN AS DAMIAN E. ESIEGWU INSTEAD OF ESIEGWU DAMIAN. I NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ESIEGWU DAMIAN. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

EMELOGU CHISOM I FORMERLY KNOWN AND EMELOGU ADDRESSED AS CHISOM NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS EMELOGU CHISOM MICHAEL. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS GENERAL VALID, REMAIN PUBLIC KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

OSHOBONAJO SAMUEL I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADEKOYA ADDRESSED AS SAMUEL ADENIYI NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OSHOBONAJO SAMUEL ADENIYI. DOCUMENTS FORMER ALL REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

KEHINDE FORMERLY BILIKISU OYEFOLU NOW FAITH KENIE AJEN .DATE OF BIRTH. 17, JUNE, 1980. DOCUMENTS FORMER REMAINS VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE. ANAYOCHUKWU JANE-FRANCIS

GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

AJAYI OLUWAFUNMILAYO I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED OLUWAFUNMILAYO AJAYI AS GRACE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AJAYI AS ADDRESSED AND OLUWAFUNMILAYO OLUWATOSIN. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

KAZEEM SAIDAT

SUNDAY LUCKY

I, LASISI TOPE ABDULRAHEEM, THAT I AM THE BIOLOGICAL FATHER OF LASISI SAIDAT TITILOPE OLUWAYEMISI SHE WAS FORMERLY KNOWN AS KAZEEM SAIDAT OLUWAYEMI TITILOPE, I WISH HER TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS LASISI SAIDAT TITILOPE OLUWAYEMISI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

AND KNOWN FORMERLY I ADDRESSED AS UMESI LUCKY UWAOMA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS SUNDAY LUCKY UWAOMA. ALL REMAIN DOCUMENT FORMER VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

AND KNOWN FORMERLY I, ADDRESSED AS, MISS. COMFORT ADEOLA I. IBITAYO, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, MRS. COMFORT ADEOLA I. IBITAYO ALAKE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD TAKE NOTE.

OYEDOKUN RASHEED

IKECHUKWU AUGUSTINE

AKINKUNMI ELIZABETH AND KNOWN FORMERLY I MICHEAL AS ADDRESSED ELIZABETH ANU,NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AKINKUNMI ELIZABETH ANU. ALL REMAIN DOCUMENT FORMER VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

AND KNOWN FORMERLY I OYEDOKUN AS ADDRESSED OLANREWAJU ADEBAYO, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OYEDOKUN RASHEED ADEBAYO. ALL FORMER DOCUMENT REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

ADISA OYINDAMOLA

KOBOMOJE FORMERLY MARIAM OYINDAMOLA NOW ADISA OYINDAMOLA KOBOMOJE. MARIAM DOCUMENTS FORMER REMAINS VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS UZOAHIA LINDA CHIOMA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. IHENETU LINDA CHIOMA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

FAAKAY JAMIEX.

OWOKADE ADEKEMI

THE WRONG NAME ON THE ACCOUNT

IS LAWAL HAPPINESS SEKINAT / DATE OF BIRTH IS -22/01/2000 / THE CORRECT NAME ON THE BVN OLUWADAMILOLA IS/LAWAL MORENIKEJI /DATE OF BIRTH FORMER /22/01/1999... IS DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

FORMERLY AJIBOYE ADEKEMI ODUNAYO. NOW OWOKADE ODUNAYO. ADEKEMI DOCUMENTS FORMER REMAINS VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

MRS. OKOLI AUGUSTINA I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS OKEKE AUGUSTINA CHINENYE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. OKOLI CHINENYE. AUGUSTINA ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. NYSC AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ODUNAIKE ADDRESSED AS ABIMBOLA SEYI NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED FAAKAY JAMIEX. ALL AS FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN PUBLIC GENERAL VALID, KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS. OKUNLOLA ADEFUNKE

AND KNOWN FORMERLY I ADDRESSED AS MISS. OLADIPO ADEFUNKE OLAJUMOKE: NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. OKUNLOLA ADEFUNKE OLAJUMOKE . FORMER VALID. REMAIN DOCUMENTS GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

JOHN AUDU

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS : CHRISTOPHER GOWON NOW WISH TO BE ADDRESSED AND KNOWN AS JOHN AUDU . FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ASEMOTA IYOBOSA UWA. NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS IYOBOSA OMONUWA MARGARET. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

RAJI MISS. FORMERLY ABIDEMI ZAINAB NOW MRS SIYANBOLA ABIDEMI FORMER ZAINAB RAJI. REMAINS DOCUMENTS VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

AND KNOWN FORMERLY I, BADIH ADDRESSED AS MISS MARY AHMED, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. EMAJEMITE KALIA MARY. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

AJAYI RASHEED

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND RASHEED AS ADDRESSED NOIMOT ADUKE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AJAYI RASHEED NOIMOT ADUKE. FORMER DOCUMENTS GENERAL VALID. REMAIN PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

LOLA LISA KING-

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS LOLA LISA KING NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS LOLA LISA KING- ADEKOLA. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MISS. UGBALO EGENORIA BLESSING. NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. BLESSING OSUNBOR.FORMER EGENORIA VALID. REMAIN DOCUMENTS GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

ADEBAYO FORMERLY BALIQEES TITILAYO NOW BALIQEES BABALOLA FORMER TITILAYO. REMAINS DOCUMENTS VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

MRS. IHENETU LINDA

GIWA-ALAKAN SHAKIRAT I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ALAKAN AS ADDRESSED SHAKIRAT ADEDOYIN NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS GIWA-ALAKAN SHAKIRAT ADEDOYIN. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

MRS. COMFORT ADEOLA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND NWOYE AS ADDRESSED NOW IFEANYI, AUGUSTINE WISH TO BE KNOWN AND IKECHUKWU AS ADDRESSED AUGUSTINE IFEANYI. ALL FORMER REMAIN VALID. DOCUMENTS GENERAL PUBLIC/AUTHORITIES CONCERNED SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

AND KNOWN FORMERLY ONUOHA AS ADDRESSED CHIDIMMA , NOW JOVITA WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS KEKE JOVITA FORMER ALL CHIDIMMA. DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

IGWE OZIOMA

MRS NGWU CHINONSO

MRS. MBAKWE MERCY AND KNOWN FORMERLY I, ADDRESSED AS MISS NNEJI MERCY CHIEMENA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. MBAKWE MERCY CHIEMENA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

AKERELE FUNMILAYO AND KNOWN FORMERLY I AKERELE AS ADDRESSED FUNMILAYO MAYOWA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AKERELE FUNMILAYO ARINOLA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

ANYINNAYA AMECHI

AND KNOWN FORMERLY I MISS OKIKE ADDRESSED AS CHINONSO NNEKA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS NGWU CHINONSO NNEKA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

AND KNOWN FORMERLY I ADDRESSED AS UMEBULUE ADA PEACE AND UMEBULUE AMECHI PEACE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ANYINNAYA AMECHI PEACE. ALL FORMER VALID, REMAIN DOCUMENTS GENERAL PUBLIC KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

ALLISON VERONICA I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, ANUFA IYALLA VERONICA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN ALLISON VERONICA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS GENERAL VALID. REMAIN PUBLIC SHOULD TAKE NOTE.

, OKEMEZIEM NKECHI GLORIA, WISH TO CORRECT MY NAME WHICH WAS WRONGLY WRITTEN AS, OKEMEZIEM DANIELLA NKECHI, INSTEAD OF, OKEMEZIEM NKECHI GLORIA, IN MY BVN DETAILS. I NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, OKEMEZIEM NKECHI GLORIA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD TAKE NOTE.

ADEDEJI NGOZI

AND KNOWN FORMERLY I, OSANWUTA AS ADDRESSED NGOZI FLORENCE, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ADEDEJI NGOZI FLORENCE. ALL DOCUMENTS BEARING MY FORMER NAME REMAIN VALID. AUTHORITIES GENERAL CONCERNED AND PUBLIC SHOULD TAKE NOTE.

CORRECTION OF NAME

MRS. OGUNLAJA TEMITOPE AND KNOWN FORMERLY ADDRESSED AS MISS OGUNMASA TEMITOPE ABISOYE, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED OGUNLAJA TEMITOPE AS MRS. ABISOYE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC/ CONCERNED AUTHORITIES SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS. ALOZIE SUCCESS

NAELE LILIAN I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS UDEBULUWA LILIAN UDOCHUKWU, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ANAELE LILIAN UDOCHUKWU. DOCUMENTS FORMER ALL REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

OKOSUN MARY AND KNOWN FORMERLY I ADDRESSED AS HENRY MARY NOW WISH TO ONUWAWAGBE BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OKOSUN MARY ONUWAWAGBE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS COMFORT USUKUMA I FORMALLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS COMFORT OKON UDOM NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS COMFORT USUKUMA SILAS. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC, WACE, NATIONAL TEACHERS INSTITUTE KADUNA. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION IKERE EKITI AND EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY ADO EKITI KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

AUGUSTINE GOODNESS AND KNOWN FORMERLY I ADDRESSED AS AUGUSTINE MFON NOAH,NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AUGUSTINE GOODNESS NOAH. ALL FORMER VALID. REMAIN DOCUMENT GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

ALIOKE UCHECHUKWU AND KNOWN FORMERLY I, FRANCIS AS ADDRESSED JENNIFER, UCHECHUKWU NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ALIOKE UCHECHUKWU JENNIFER. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.


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I,EMENI VERA-VICK ADAEZE-IRESE (F) , CHRISTIAN AN HALFCAST,RESIDING AT NO.32,SUNNY OJUGBO STREET, AGBOR-OBI,FORMERLY A CHIEF NURSING OFFICER SPECIAL GRADE WITH STATE HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT BOARD, ASABA,DO HEREBY TAKE OATH AND SAY AS FOLLOWS 1,THAT I AM ABOVE NAMED PERSON 2,THAT EMENI VERA-VICK ADAEZE-IRESE IS AN HALF CAST. 3,THAT BY IDENTIFICATION, I AM PARTLY, PATERNALLY FROM EMONU ORIGIN IN UGHELI NORTH LOCAL GOVT.AREA OF DELTA STATE,NIGERIA AND MATERNALLY FROM WARWICK STATE OF NORWAY IN ENGLAND AS AN ENGLISH LADY. 4,THAT I WAS FORMERLY KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS EMENI VERONICA IRESE,FOR SOCIAL REASONS AND ECONOMICAL REASONS. 5,THAT NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS EMENI VERA-VICK ADAEZE-IRESE HENCEFORTH. 6,THAT ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID 7,THAT I AM SWEARING TO THIS AFFIDAVIT FOR THE INFORMATION TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, DELTA STATE OF NIGERIA GOVERNMENT TO THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA GOVERNMENT TO ALL CENTRAL BANKS IN THE WORLD AND LAST AND NOT THE LEAST TO ALL CONTROL MANAGERS OF ALL THE BANKS IN THE UNIVERSE 8, AND THAT I SWEAR TO THIS AFFIDAVIT IN GOOD FAITH BELIEVING SAME TO BE TRUE AND CORRECT BT VIRTUE OF DELTA STATE OATH LAW OF 2006.

MRS AFAMEFUNA VINCENTIA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS DIDIUGWU ESTHER NNEKA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS AFAMEFUNA VINCENTIA ESTHER NNEKA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. NYSC AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS KRISTIE ENIFOME

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS OKIEKE KRISTIE AKPUZO, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS KRISTIE ENIFOME ZINO FEDERAL. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS VICTOR SUNDAY I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MONDAY SUNDAY, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS VICTOR SUNDAY. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS IKE STAPHANIE I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS OZOTA STAPHANIE NGOZI, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS IKE STAPHANIE NGOZI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OKEKE CHUKWUDUBEM, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OKEKE CHUKWUDUBEM CHUKWUDI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MISS NWOBODO CHINASA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS ANAEKWE CHINASA FAVOUR, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS NWOBODO CHINASA LINDA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

EMMANUEL IKECHUKWU

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS EMMANUEL IKE IGBOKWE, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS EMMANUEL IKECHUKWU IGBOKWE. MY CORRECT DATE OF BIRTH IS 18/12/1996. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

CONFIRMATION OF NAME

THIS IS TO CERTIFY AND CONFIRM THAT IGWE EMMANUEL JUNIOR, IGWE EMMANUEL AND IGWE EMMANUEL SUNDAY REFERS AS ONE AND THE SAME PERSON NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IGWE EMMANUEL SUNDAY. MY CORRECT DATE OF BIRTH IS 02/03/1970 AND ALSO MY VOTER’S CARD WAS WRONGLY WRITTEN AS 29/4/1960. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I,

HEOPHILUS KELECHI

FORMERLY

21

KNOWN

AND

ADDRESSED AS OLUA KELECHI, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS THEOPHILUS KELECHI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL

OKEKE CHUKWUDUBEM

MRS CHIMA IFEOMA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS UGODU IFEOMA AGATHA AND ANIGBO IFEOMA AGATHA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS CHIMA IFEOMA AGATHA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS SCHOLASTICA UCHENNA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS SCHOLASTICA UCHENNA ONYEBUIBE, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS SCHOLASTICA UCHENNA EZIECHINA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. NYSC AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

CONFIRMATION OF NAME

THIS IS TO CERTIFY AND CONFIRM THAT MADUEKEH CHUKWUEBUKA CHUKS, MADUEKE CHUKWUEBUKA CHUBBY AND MADUEKE CHUKWUEBUKA CHUKS REFERS AS ONE AND THE SAME PERSON. MY CORRECT DATE OF BIRTH IS 22/02/1985 AND ALSO MY VOTER’S CARD ID WROTE “C” MEANS CHUBBY. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

SAMPSON BETTY

ADEWALE TAIYE I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ADEWALE KEHINDE ABDULKAREEM NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ADEWALE TAIYE ABDULKADIR ALL FORMER DOCUMENT REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS SAMPSON INI-OBONG ANIEKAN NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS SAMPSON BETTY ANIEKAN ALL FORMER DOCUMENT REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

ONWUASOANYA BENITA I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ONWUASONAYA NKEIRUKA BENITA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ONWUASOANYA BENITA ORJIUGO ALL FORMER DOCUMENT REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OGUNKUNLE OLUWATOSIN REECCA. NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ADEWALE OLUWATOSIN REBECCA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

ADEWALE OLUWATOSIN

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED CHURCH HAS APPLIED FOR REGISTRATION WITH CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION UNDER PART C OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990. TRUSTEES ARE 1,IKEKHEDU ISAIAH OSEGIE - GENERAL OVERSEER 2, NEWISAIAH STELLA OSEBHEGHOGHON-MEMBER 3,EGAH AUGUSTINE -SECRETARY 4, ABRAHAM IKEKHEDU - MEMBER 5,OSARENMWINDA SUNDAY OSAYOWANBOR - MEMBER AIMS AND OBJECTIVE 1,TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST ALL OVER THE WORLD. 2,TO CARRY OUT EVANGELISTIC MISSIONARY WORK ALL OVER THE WORLD. ANY OBJECTION TO THE REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: IKEKHEDU ISAIAH OSEGIE

UDEOZOR VIOLET

FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ANEKE VIOLET UZOAMAKA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS UDEOZOR VIOLET UZOAMAKA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

EDIM COSMOS

MRS OVUOBA MODESTA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS OGBONNA MODESTA NNEKA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS OVUOBA MODESTA NNEKA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. NYSC, BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

OGBODO JACINTA

Classified REBISI CONTRACTORS FORUM

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART’ C’ OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT OF 1990 . THE TRUSTEES ARE; 1. AGBIRIGBA WORGU CHRISTIAN - CHAIRMAN. 2. ADELE NSIRIMOVU CHRISTIAN - SECRETARY . 3. OMODU ANELE JOSEPH. 4. WUCHE MAC NSIRIMOVU. 5. NWANODI CHIBUENYI FRANK. 6. EZIMATI SAMUEL ONUBULACHI. 7. WONODI LUCKY. 8. WALI CHINWEIKPE. AIMS/OBJECTIVES; 1. TO FOSTER LOVE, UNITY AND PROGRESS AMONG MEMBERS. 2. TO CREATE A COMMON GROUND FOR MUTUAL RELATIONSHIP AND WELFARE OF MEMBERS ANY OBJECTIONS TO THE REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET MAITAMA ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED; CHAIRMAN.

MRS USULOR AUGUSTINA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS ALO AUGUSTINA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS USULOR AUGUSTINA MICHAEL. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY, NYSC AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

IFESINACHI LILIAN

MRS ONWE CHINYERE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED MISS OJIMBA CHINYERE CYNTHIA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS ONWE CHINYERE CYNTHIA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. NYSC, BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

IKE MOSES

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS KAKASUSU OKPARA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS EDIM COSMOS DEMSOND. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OGBODO JENCINTA NGOZI, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OGBODO JACINTA NGOZI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IFESINACHI LILIAN ANIOKE, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IFESINACHI LILIAN NZEJIOFOR. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS EZEA MOSES CHUKWUEMEKA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IKE MOSES CHUKWUEMEKA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS CHINENYE EMMANUELLA

UGWU GLORIA I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS EDEH GLORIA IFEOMA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS UGWU GLORIA IFEOMA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS EBERE OKONKWO, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ONYINYE EUCHARIA OKONKWO. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

NYINYE EUCHARIA

BEBIEM BRIGHT I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS BEBIEM BRIVATE EBAN, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS BEBIEM BRIGHT EBAN. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS CHINENYE EMMANUELLA NKWOR, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS CHINENYE EMMANUELLA EDEH. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS EKEZIE LILIAN OLUCHUKWU

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS IJEOMA LILIAN OLUCHUKWU AND MISS NATASHA LILIAN IJEOMA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS EKEZIE LILIAN OLUCHUKWU. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. NYSC, BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS NWAGBARA GLORIA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS NEBO GLORIA ONYEKACHUKWU, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS NWAGBARA GLORIA ONYEKACHUKWU. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. NYSC AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

CONFIRMATION OF NAME.

CHUKWUKA PRISCILLA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS CHUKWUKA PRISCILLA .U. AND DURU PRISCILLA UDODIRI, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS CHUKWUKA PRISCILLA UDODIRI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS UGWUANYI ROSELINE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS EZEORA ROSELINE NNEKA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS UGWUANYI ROSELINE NNEKA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

OKORO REJOICE

MRS OGOWA CHIKODILI

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS UZOIGWE OGOCHUKWU GARDIN, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS UZOIGWE OGOCHUKWU CONFIDENCE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

NNAEMEKA CHIMA

ACHI KENNEDY OZO I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ACHI KENNEY OZOEMENA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ACHI KENNEDY OZO. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE..

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS TONI ERNEST CHIMA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS NNAEMEKA CHIMA ERNEST. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

JUDE CHUKWUEMEKA

THIS IS TO CONFIRM AND CERTIFY THAT NWIKE-AKUNNE OKECHUKWU O. AND NWIKEAKUNNE OKECHUKWU OBI REFERS TO BE SAME AND ONE PERSON, THAT MY CORRECT NAME IS NWIKE-AKUNNE OKECHUKWU OBI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OTI REJOICE NWANKWO NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OKORO REJOICE NWANKWO. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS JUDE SUNDAY NWODO NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS JUDE CHUKWUEMEKA NWODO. MY CORRECT DATE OF BIRTH IS 24TH DAY OF OCTOBER 1963. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

OMOWOLE-DOLANI

KILASO RAINOT I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS SALAMI RAINOT REMILEKUN NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS KILASO RAINOT REMILEKUN ALL FORMER DOCUMENT REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS FEYISHAYO SARAH ONIKOYI NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OYENIYI SARAH FEYISHAYO ALL FORMER DOCUMENT REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS DOLANI FUNKE GRACE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OMOWOLEDOLANI FUNKE GRACE, DUE TO MARRIAGE ALL FORMER DOCUMENT REMAIN VALID GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

MRS BABATUNDE OLALOYE

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS BUKOLA FOLASHADE BABATUNDE. NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS BABATUNDE OLALOYE BUKOLA FOLASHADE .ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

OLAYIWOLA TEMILAYO

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OGUNLEYE TEMILAYO MARIA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLAYIWOLA TEMILAYO MARIA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

UZOIGWE OGOCHUKWU

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS UGWOKE CHIKODILI RITA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS OGOWA CHIKODILI RITA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. NYSC AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

OYENIYI SARAH

SODIQ MUJIDAT

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MOSHOOD MUJIDAT ODUNOLA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS SODIQ MUJIDAT ODUNOLA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

EGBON SARAH

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ADUDU SARAH A NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS EGBON SARAH A. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, AUTHORITIES CONCERNED AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

CONFIRMATION OF NAME:

THIS IS TO CERTIFY AND CONFIRM THAT ANIAH-UGBONG ABUBEBELYE JUDE ALSO APPEAR AS ANIAH-UGBONG A. JUDE IN MY BANK ACCOUNT DETAILS AND BVN, NOW ANIAH-UGBONG ABUBEBELYE JUDE ALL DOCUMENT BEARING THE NAMES REFER TO SAME PERSON AND VALID GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

MRS SELIMAT AHMED

I FORMERLY KNOWN AS MISS SELIMAT AHMED NOW WHICH TO KNOWN AS MRS SELIMAT AHMED AVWENAGBIKU. ALL FORMER DOCUMENT REMAIN VALID AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD TAKE NOTE


Classified 22 AGBAHIME EJIMKEONYE

ATARO BRIGHT I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AVIRE BRIGHT UFUOMA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ATARO BRIGHT UFUOMA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AGBAHIME CHUKWUMA AUSTIN NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AGBAHIME EJIMKEONYE CHUKWUMA AUSTINIFANY. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

ALBERT JOSEBOLAJI

CORRECTION OF NAME/BIRTH DATE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ALBERT BAKARE OLAWALE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ALBERT JOSEBOLAJI OLAMIWALE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. WAEC, UNILAG AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

OBINNA PASCHAL

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OBINNA PASCHAL EZE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OBINNA PASCHAL EZEUBA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

ONUORA CHIDINMA

THIS IS TO CERTIFY AND NOTIFY THAT MY NAME WAS WRONGLY WRITTEN AS SIDIKAT TEMIDARE RASAQ INSTEAD OF SIDIKAT TEMIDIRE ABIODUN. THAT MY CORRECT DATE OF BIRTH IS 22/03/1967 AND NOT 03/01/1966. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

MS EUNICE AKEROBO.

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MRS MATHEW EMALUMHE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MISS EMALUMHE ONOSOGHIE AISHA , NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MRS MATHEW EMALUMHE AISHA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS. NZEKWE CHIMEZIE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS NWAKA CHIMEZIE JOVITA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. NZEKWE CHIMEZIE JOVITA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

ABIOLA RUKAYAT

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS EUNICE OKOBI NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MS EUNICE AKEROBO. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS KADIRI REKIYA AMINAT, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ABIOLA RUKAYAT AIYESAKO. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

OLOWE ZAINAB

MORDI CALEB

ADEGBOLA ABEEB

I, FORMERLY KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ADEGBOLA ABEEB ADEWUYI , NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ADEGBOLA ABEEB ADIGUN . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

OLUWASEYI ADEYEMI

ADDITION OF NAME

I, FORMERLY KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ADEYEMI OLUWASEYI OMOTAYO , NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS OLUWASEYI ADEYEMI OLABODE . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, SAMSON ANUOLUWAPO KEHINDE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, SAMSON ANUOLUWAPO TAIWO KEHINDE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS BEARING MY FORMER NAMES REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MRS CHIDIEBERE PRISCA

CHANGE/CONFIRMATION OF NAME

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AKAEMEGWE IFECHUKWU GOODLUCK NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IKWUAGWU IFECHUKWU GOODLUCK. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS IWUNZE PRISCA ULUMMA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS CHIDIEBERE PRISCA ULUMMA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IDRIS ISHOLA OLANREWAJU, IDRIS LEKAN OLANREWAJU NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLANREWAJU IDRIS OLAMILEKAN. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

CHRISTOPHER JULIUS

ETUKA ZECHARIAH I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS PHILIP ZECHARIAH NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ETUKA ZECHARIAH PHILIP. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

MRS IGONOR EMMANUEL I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS OKOGBE FAITH NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS IGONOR EMMANUEL FAITH. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

IKWUAGWU IFECHUKWU

FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS DESMOND JULIUS, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS CHRISTOPHER JULIUS. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

OKIKE CHUKWUEMEKA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OGBONNA KAMSIYOCHUKWU NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OKIKE CHUKWUEMEKA KAMSIYOCHUKWU. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

RAIMOH DANE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS BRAIMOH YAKUBU NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS BRAIMOH DANE MEDUSSA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

AJAERE EDDIE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AJAERE EDWARD PAUL NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AJAERE EDDIE RESPHANTO. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ASIEGBU CHIDINMA EZINDU OBINNA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ONUORA CHIDINMA EZINDU TUBOLAYIFA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ABRAHAM ZAINAB ADESEWA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLOWE ZAINAB ADESEWA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

MRS BABALOLA TEMILADE I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS MAKINDE TEMILADE IYABODE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS BABALOLA TEMILADE IYABODE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

ODUTOLA DOLAPO

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ADESANYA DOLAPO DEBORAH NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ODUTOLA DOLAPO DEBORAH. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

OBODO EBERECHI I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS NWACHUKWU EBERECHI CATHERINE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OBODO EBERECHI CATHERINE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OGBA NNENNA JULIET NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS CHUKWUMA NNENNA ONYINYECHI JULIET. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

RABIU TEMITOPE I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OGUNSAWO TEMITOPE OLABISI NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS RABIU TEMITOPE OLABISI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLANREWAJU OLAYEMI BEATRICE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS LAWAL OLAYEMI BEATRICE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

LAWAL OLAYEMI

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SPORTS TIMES Daily Times Nigeria Thursday, October 11, 2018

Usain Bolt hopeful of professional football debut in Sydney

Sprint superstar Usain Bolt looks set to make his first start as a professional footballer Friday, a challenge he said could determine if he has a future in the sport of his boyhood dreams. Bolt said the coach of his Central Coast Mariners, Mike Mulvey, had indicated he would be in the starting line-up in a friendly against Macarthur South West United in Sydney. “For me, that’s always a good step, when the coach is satisfied with your fitness to put you in the starting line up — that’s always a big step,” Bolt told Mariners’ club media Wednesday. “I am just happy to get the chance and go out there and start, and do my best because that is the key thing.” The eight-time Olympic champion made his footballing debut in late August in a 20-minute cameo as a substitute on the left

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wing, nearly scoring but tiring quickly. Bolt said he had improved his fitness since, and expected to spend more time up front. “My movement and my touch is much better now,” he said. “I’ve learnt how to set my body and where to place the ball.” The A-League has been struggling in recent years with fewer fans and dwindling TV ratings, with football chiefs hoping the arrival of big names like Bolt will boost local interest. The 100m world record holder said he expected some nerves when out on the pitch, but was excited by the opportunity to prove his worth as a footballer. “This will be a big game. I think it will determine if the club makes up its mind on what to do with my career. So for me it’s a very important game,” he said. “I’m looking forward to proving myself.”

Gernot Rohr: Fitness level will determine Super Eagles result in qualifiers Nigeria’s Super Eagles technical adviser, Gernot Rohr, has said the level of fitness of the players would determine the team’s results in their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers. The Nigerian team had a dream start after suffering a 3-1 defeat to Argentina in the just concluded Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup with a 3-0 victory over Seychelles in their second AFCON qualifier match in September. Prior to the victory, Nigeria had lost 2-0 to South Africa at home in their opening match of the AFCON qualifier but rose to the third position

on the group E standings after their win against Seychelles, who sit bottom of the table. Libya leads the group based on goal difference with four points, same South Africa, who occupies the second position. Nigeria sits third with three points, while Seychelles maintains the bottom spot with no point. However, as the teams head into another round of qualification matches, Rohr has said only fitness can guarantee the team’s victory against Libya. “We have to prepare for the two matches as we did against Cameroon

last year…two games in four days mean we have to be very fit,” Rohr said in a tweet on Super Eagles Twitter handle. The Super Eagles will face the North African team at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, Uyo on Saturday 13 October. Meanwhile, the Libyan Football Association on Tuesday in a letter informed the Nigeria Football Federation of the planned arrival of their team on Thursday 11 October. The Nigerian Super Eagles have since Tuesday arrived Uyo, the AkwaIbom state capital in preparation for the match.

AFCON: Libya coach quits Africa Nations Cup offers Mo Salah ahead of qualifier in Nigeria chance to regain scoring touch Libya coach Adel Amrouche has resigned just days before his side are to due face Nigeria in an African Nations Cup qualifier. His departure has been confirmed by the Libyan Football Federation and on Wednesday by Belgian Amrouche, who told Reuters he was frustrated by working conditions with the team. The 50-year-old, who was born in Algeria, was only appointed in May and his first match in charge last month saw Libya force a 0-0 draw in South Africa. Forced to play all their home qualifiers

at a neutral venue because of the tenuous security situation in the North African country, Libya travel to face Nigeria on Friday and then play them again in the return in Sfax, Tunisia on Monday. Libya have four points from their first two games in their bid to qualify for the 2019 finals in Cameroon, ahead of South Africa on goal difference with Nigeria one point behind. The Seychelles are last in the group without any points. The top two teams qualify for the finals next June.

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah gets a chance to rediscover his scoring touch when he plays for Egypt against eSwatini (formerly Swaziland) in the Africa Cup of Nations this week. After notching 44 goals for the English Premier League club in all competitions last season, the 26-yearold has managed only three this season, and just one in eight games since August. When Salah last played for his country, he scored twice and missed two penalties as the record seven-time African champions romped to a 6-0 win over Niger during September. Niger are ranked 105 in the world — 31 places above eSwatini — so Egypt can realistically hope to score goals this Friday at the Al Salam Stadium in Cairo. Salah is the pride of Egypt having won the best goal and finished third in the best player category behind Luka Modric and Cristiano Ronaldo at the recent FIFA awards. He is also among 30 contenders for the Ballon d’Or prize bestowed annually by France Football magazine. His recent scarcity of goals for Liverpool, and being substituted in a match at Chelsea, has drawn sympathy from Egyptian pundits. “Salah must not look back at last season, whether it was his goal scoring or his exceptional form,” said Islam el-

Shater in Al-Masry Al-Youm. “He must do what his manager (Jurgen Klopp) asks of him so that he does not lose his starting place.” Another columnist in that newspaper, Mohammed el-Bourmy, wrote: “Salah is being compared to Ronaldo and Messi and some possibly believed he could score 40 to 50 goals every season. “He is not required to do that, but rather to have a good season with 20 goals to his name and enjoy himself.” Leading football commentator Hassan el-Mistekawi noted that “the Salah smile is missing since the start of the season because of the pressure he is under to score”. While Egypt can boast of Salah, eSwatini have a caretaker coach and no stars with the squad comprised of locals and a sprinkling of players with South African second-tier clubs. ‘Beans-and-water’ diet The countries will meet twice during the Cup of Nations window with the return match next Tuesday in Manzini, where the southern African nation lost 2-0 to Tunisia last month. Tunisia tackle Niger, whose squad have been complaining of a “beansand-water” diet and unpaid bonuses, and must believe they can collect maximum points to stay top of Group J. Struggling Gabon must have been

encouraged by the two goals PierreEmerick Aubameyang scored for Arsenal against Fulham as they begin life under new coach Daniel Cousin. The Panthers have failed to spark in Group C — losing away to Mali and being held at home by Burundi — and need two wins over pointless South Sudan to get back into contention. Other Premier League stars set to feature include two team-mates of Salah at Liverpool — Sadio Mane of Senegal and Naby Keita of Guinea. Senegal tackle Group A strugglers Sudan and will expect three points in Dakar and at least one from the return match in Khartoum, where sauna-like conditions present a challenge.


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