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Henry Omunu,Abuja The House of Representatives, on Wednesday, witnessed a rowdy session as All Progressives Congress (APC) House members protested the adoption of a resolution asking President Muhammadu Buhari to suspend the implementation of the executive order on https://plus.google.com/+DailytimesNgr/posts

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corruption. The protest led to House proceedings being disrupted temporarily, as APC lawmakers kicked against the ruling of the Speaker of the House: Hon Yakubu Dogara on a motion sponsored by Hon Ossal Nicholas Ossai (PDP, Delta) and 25 others seeking whether the Executive Order 006 complied with provisions Continued on page 3

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L-R: Commissioner for Trade and Industry, African Union, Albert Muchanga, Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun; President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa and President/CEO, Afreximbank, Dr. Benedict Oramah, during the bank’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) and 25th Anniversary in Abuja ...on Wednesday

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of the 1999 Contitution (as amended). In spite of the protests by APC members, the House further resolved to invite the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Mallam Abubakar Malami, SAN, and the chairman of the Nigerian Law Reform Commission to appear before it with a comprehensive list of all subsidiary legislations published in the federal gazette. It also agreed to constitute an ad hoc committee to scrutinise and investigate all subsidiary legislations and executive orders currently in existence. APC House members shouting “no, no, no” to the speaker’s ruling on the motion, expressed support for the President in issuing the executive order to assist in the fight against corruption. After a heated debate on the motion titled: “Urgent need to investigate the constitutional compliance of all subsidiary legislations and executive arm of government” and threats of a walk out by the angry APC lawmakers, Speaker Dogara called for a voice vote with the ayes carrying the day. Before Dogara’s ruling, the first and second voice vote appeared stalemated, as the voices of those backing and opposing the motion appeared difficult to decipher as to which group was in the majority. However, the speaker resolved the dilemma by ruling in favour of the ayes, thereby sparking protests from opponents of the motion some of whom eventually staged a walk out. Leading debate on the motion, Hon Ossai said that the recent executive order signed into law by Buhari on July 5, “appears to hijack and usurp legislative and judicial powers by the executive arm of government”. He said the executive order empowered the executive to restrict dealings in suspicious

assets subjected to investigation or inquiry bordering on corruption. Ossai further argued that Section 44 (2) (k) of the 1999 Constitution restricts the application of compulsory acquisition of moveable or immoveable property in any part of Nigeria, except on the temporary taking of possession of property for the purpose of any examination, investigation or inquiry. According to him, executive powers shall extend to the execution and maintenance of the constitution and all laws made by the National Assembly. The lawmaker maintained that the Executive Order Number 006 of 2018 is a clear usurpation of legislative and judicial powers, and a replica of subsisting legislations such as Section 8 of the Recovery of Public Property (Special Provisions) Act of 1983, Section 330 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA) 2015 and certain provisions of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). He added that “the Executive Order 006 of 2018 is similar to the dreaded Decree 2 of 1984 that could be used as an instrument to hunt, traumatise, harass and victimise perceived political opponents”. But Hon Ralph Igbokwe (APC, Imo), countered Ossai’s argument by raising a constitutional point of order, seeking the withdrawal of the motion. He submitted that the House should allow lawmakers to either individually or collectively seek interpretation of the constitutional and legal provisions in contention as regards the executive order. Hon Igbokwe was however ruled out of order by Dogara. Supporting the motion, Hon Bode Ayorinde argued that the signing of the executive order by the president was akin to combining both legislative and executive functions, adding that

the constitution did not envisage such a scenario. He was supported by Hon Jerry Alagbaso (PDP, Imo), who submitted that the controversial executive order was not a matter to be debated based on party lines. “It is not an issue of the APC or the PDP, but we have to kill this executive order,” he insisted. Others lawmakers, who spoke in support of the motion include, Hon. Dan Asuquo, Nnenna Elendu-Ukeje, Nuhu Danburam, Samson Okwu, Jerry Alagbaso and Bassey Ewah. Others were Hon Dennis Agbo, Rima Shawulu and Linus Okorie. Opposing the motion, however, Hon Mojeed Alabi (APC, Osun), argued that the executive order cannot be stopped by the House because it was based on the powers conferred on the president by the constitution. Similarly, Hon Sadiq Ibrahim (APC, Adamawa), opposed the motion, asserting that the president derived the powers to issue the executive order from two sources: the constitution and the EFCC Act. He said the president acted based on the provisions of the law enacted by the National Assembly. Also, opposing the motion, Hon Ralph Igbokwe (APC, Imo), said that the president was right in issuing the executive order based on the many decided court cases classifying executive orders as legislations. According to Hon Mohammed Monguno (APC, Borno), by virtue of Section 5 of the constitution, the president was right to issue executive orders for the maintenance of law and order and to regulate abuse of power. But when Speaker Dogara ruled in favour of the motion after a seeming controversial voice vote, those opposed to the motion verbally protested, while others resorted to stage a walk out.

Customs intercepts containers with arms, ammunition in Lagos Joy Anyim, Lagos The operatives of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Tincan Island Port Command in Apapa have intercepted catches of arms and ammunition in two separate operations on July 9 and 10 respectively. The inter cepted containers were said to contain 416 rounds of different calibre live ammunition, 28 pieces of various sizes of Jack knives and one empty magazine. A suspect had also been arrested in connection with the seizures. It was gathered that the first set of ammunition was discovered at the Terminal ‘C’ II (Ports and Cargos), when the 1 by 40 foot container No. TGHU 60143419 was being examined and found to contain 150 live ammunition and 25 jack knives.

According to the Area Controller of the Command, Comptroller Musa Baba Abdullahi, who spoke on the seizures, “ On our discovery of the content of the container, it was immediately sent to the Enforcement Unit where it was examined and found to contain the ammunition and Jack knives. These items contravenes schedule 4 Absolute import Prohibition list, item 17 of the common external tariff and section 46 of the Customs and excise management Act cap C45 IFN 2004.” Speaking on the second container of ammunition intercepted on July 10, Abdullahi said the container was discovered using routine tally operations. He said the ammunition were found while vehicles were being discharged from a vessel MV

GLOVIS COURAGE Voyage No. 036. The Controller said, “The second cache of ammunition were discovered at Star logistics terminal, a black bag was found in one unpacked Ford Edge with chassis No. 2FMDK48C98BA05947. “On examination, the bag was found to contain 149 rounds of 38mm calibre Iive ammunition, 92 rounds of 9mm calibre live ammunition, 2 rounds of 7.62mm calibre live ammunition, 11 cartridges of live ammunition, 12 expended empty shells of various calibre and one empty magazine.” The Controller revealed that the suspect, the containers and the exhibits are currently been detained at the enforcement station pending further investigation.

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R-L: Former President Goodluck Jonathan; his wife, Patience, during a courtesy visit to family of former Aviation Minister, Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode whose wife gave birth to triplets.

L-R: Executive Director, Corporate and Investment Banking, Yemi Odubiyi; Chief Executive Officer, Abubakar Suleiman; Executive Director, Institutional Banking, Emmanuel Emefienim; Company Secretary, Justina Lewa, all of Sterling Bank Plc with Nobel Laurate, Professor Wole Soyinka during the maiden edition of Sterling Leadership series themed Corporate-Culture Intersection at the Bank’s Head Office Annex in Lagos...on Wednesday.


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Nigeria’s Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun, has called on the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) to invest more in the area of infrastructure development with a view to promoting trade and investment on the continent. Adeosun made the call on Wednesday in Abuja, at the opening of the Afreximbank Annual General Meeting and 25th Anniversary of the organisation tagged: “Celebrating the past, shaping the future.”

She said, “We are tired of hearing rhetoric on Africa’s potential, let us put it into action. As a government we are working to encourage real growth and sustainable trade within the African continent. “We must transform our national economies and we must transform trade. The minister also urged Afreximbank to continue with its trade promotion and infrastructural development. Adeosun however expressed confidence that the meeting would provide opportunities for African businesses to share ideas on how to

develop the continent. She then urged participants to find concrete ways of promoting and financing African businesses. In his address at the event, South African President, Cyril Ramophosa, expressed the hope that participant will develop practical framework that will facilitate Africa’s growth to achieving the agenda 2063 of the African Union. Ramophosa also urged Nigeria to sign the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCTA) agreement which has already been signed by 44 countries on the continent, saying that after careful

Ekiti StateGovernor, Ayodele Fayose (middle), wears a neck collar after being allegedly teargassed by the Police in Ado Ekiti...on Wednesday.

Impeachment: Imo Assembly directs CJ to raise 7-man panel against Madumere Deputy Gov’s supporters storm Assembly

Val Okara, Owerri Members of the Imo State House of Assembly, on Wednesday, directed the state Chief Judge, Justice Pascal Nnadi, to set up a seven - man panel to investigate the allegations of gross misconduct leveled against the state Deputy Governor, Prince Eze Madumere. The legislators further claimed that there was prime facie case against Madumere. This is even as supporters of the embattled Deputy Governor from different parts of the state staged a protest on Wednesday at the assembly premises, saying that the plot was instigated by Governor Rochas Okorocha to impeach the deputy Governor because of his opposition to the foisting his son in-law on the state as his successor. According to them, all the allegations against the deputy governor were cooked up, The Speaker of the State Assembly, Chief Acho Ihim, gave the directive during the House plenary session

with 18 members in attendance who unanimously adopted the recommendations of the House Ad- hoc committee chaired by Hon. Kennedy Ibe, Obowo state Constituency. The ad-hoc committee was on Tuesday tasked to investigate the petition of gross misconduct against the deputy Governor brought before the House by 13 members. The Majority Leader of the Assembly, Hon. Lugard Osuji, representing Owerri Municipal state constituency, had earlier moved a motion and was supported Hon. Lloyd Chukwuemeka of Owerri North state constituency that the House be dissolved into committee of whole to consider the recommendations of the Adhoc committee. Hon. Ihim then said, “With the adoption of the ad-hoc committee’s report by the committee of the whole which has stated that Deputy Governor has a prima facie case to answer and should be therefore investigated on two of the allegations bordering on the absence from his office for 90 days without reasons and his refusal to attend both state Executive council meetings

and the state security meetings. “The House also directed that the Chief Judge of the state, Justice Pascal Nnadi, to set up a 7-man panel of people with impeccable character and integrity to investigate the allegations of gross misconduct against the Deputy Governor, Prince Eze Madumere”. Meanwhile, the House has adjourned to July 17, 2018. But as lawmakers in the Imo State House of Assembly converged at the hallowed chambers to continue to proceedings of impeaching Madumere, his supporters, mainly from his constituency, stormed the premises of the Assembly to protest what they termed unwarranted and illegal plot to impeach the deputy governor. They protesters maintained that the allegations leveled against the deputy governor are not true and baseless. They urged the lawmakersto reverse their decision on the plot to impeach the deputy governor for peace to reign in the state. But they were quickly dispersed by riot policemen who later barricaded the entrance to the state House of Assembly.

consultation, his country had no option than to join in the AfCTa. He pointed out that other African countries look up to Nigeria and South Africa, hence the need for the two leading economies to sign the agreement as a demonstration their leadership roles. Ramaphosa said, “We are gathering in Abuja as optimists, determined to build a productive and innovative Africa “As Africans, we should play the role we are endowed to play with innovation and talent which Africa is known for.” In his opening remarks, Afreximbank President/CEO, Dr. Benedict Oramah, said that colonialism created a problem that still persist. Oramah also decried the status of Africa “as a dumping ground for European goods.” He cited the expression that “there can be no genuine assured of the present without hope for a better future.” Oramah further disclosed that Afreximbank would distribute $25 billion to support intra-African trade from now to 2025, adding that about $8billion has so far been released to most countries for infrastructure development and trade promotion. The multi financial service bank was established in 1993. Meanwhile, Afreximbank has signed a €500 million agreement with the Development Bank of the Central African States (BDEAC). BDEAC is a multilateral development bank that is charged with financing the development of member states. Oramah signed the agreement on behalf of Afreximbank while Mr. Fortunato Mbo Nchama signed on behalf of BDEAC. Besides, Afreximbank has also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the West African Monetary Institute (WAMI) to promote easy payment within Africa. It would also promote share prosperity among countries in the subregion to achieving mutual growth

leveraging on their individual strength. The interlink payment system enables countries to trade in their local currencies using the payment platform while they don’t have to go through the use of dollars. Speaking during a panel discussion segment at the event, Alec Erwin, former Minister of Trade, South Africa, noted that Nigeria’s ongoing consultations on African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), was a step in the right direction. Owen pointed out that majority of trades are carried out in the manufacturing sector, saying that Nigeria can’t afford to open its market to outside products when it cannot compete favourably. Other panellists including the African Union (AU) Commissioner for Trade and Industry, Ambassador Albert M. Muchanga, expressed satisfaction that Africa is taking its economy serious through the AfCFTA. Adeosun had earlier told the gathering that the trade agreement was too important for the country to sign without making sure that the interest of its people was protected. According to her, the federal government had embarked on a nationwide consultations with state governments, local government authorities, manufacturers and other stakeholders, adding that the government had almost concluded the consultations and would soon take a decision on whether to sign the agreement or not. She said, “We have been doing a lot of consultations around the country with manufacturers and other stakeholders. “People are asking legitimate questions about how the AfCFTA affects them. We must get things right and that is why we must follow due process so that we can say that we have done all the things that we are expected to do. So that is simply what has been happening in the last few months.”

Fake news, threat to democracy, disaster in waiting – FG Tom Okpe, Abuja The Federal Government has said that the epidemic sweeping Nigeria and the world today is fake news, saying that the infamous action is worse than all the plagues that the world has recorded. According to the federal government, the development is a threat to democracy which is a disaster in waiting if not checked. The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, stated this during a press conference on the launch of the National Campaign against Fake News on Wednesday in Abuja. He said: “There is an epidemic sweeping the world. If left unchecked, it could be worse than all the plagues that the world has recorded put together. It is a clear and present danger to global peace and security. It is a threat to democracy. It is the epidemic of ‘Fake News’, Mixed with hate speech, it is a disaster waiting to happen”. The Minister said for the media, the epidemic is worse as fake news in most cases designed to misinform, undermines confidence in the media

and once the people lose confidence in the media, the society is in trouble. He said “instead of abating, the fake news issue, which became a global phenomenon in the wake of the 2016 US election, has grown worse, hence our decision to launch this national campaign against it. “The essence of this campaign is to sensitize all Nigerians to the dangers posed to the peace and security, and indeed the corporate existence of Nigeria by the phenomenon, and the fact that every Nigerian has a role to play in curtailing the spread of fake news. The timing is also not unconnected to the role of ‘Fake News’ is aggravating various crises in the country as well as the need to check this phenomenon ahead of the 2019 elections. “For those who may not know, we have been calling national attention to the issue of fake news, misinformation and hate speech since 2017. We even organized a special National Council on Information on the issue of fake news, misinformation and hate speech in Jos in July 2017. And at a conference for media handlers of Governors, in Abuja in 2017, w e Continued from page 6


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Allegation of rigging: Fayose afraid of his shadows - Fayemi Bonaventure Melah Former governor of Ekiti State and candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the July 14, 2018 governorship election, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, has said that Governor Ayo Fayose’s false alarm about non-existent plot by the Federal Government to rig the election is as a result of guilty conscience. Fayemi, who was Minister in-charge of Mines and Steel before declaring for the election, also told The Daily Times in an exclusive interview on Monday, that he does not need Federal might to defeat Fayose and his Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate on Saturday because the people of Ekiti State have made it clear that they are tired of lies and semantics of the incumbent state government

and therefore ready to flush them out through their votes. According to Fayemi, who spoke though his Special Assistant on Media, Olayinka Oyebode, Fayose is being hunted by the gross electoral impunity committed by the PDP-led Federal Government in the 2014 Ekiti State election in favour of Fayose which accounts for the reason why he is afraid and therefore raising false alarm. “There is no plan by anybody to rig the coming election in favour of Dr. Fayemi because there is no reason to contemplate that. The people of Ekiti state have decided that enough is enough for lies and empty promises that have characterised Fayose’s administration. It is the people that he should be afraid of because of the hardship his administration has brought to them.

“What is speaking in favour of Dr. Fayemi are the many laudable and visible infrastructure and human capital that his administration invested in when he earlier served as governor of the state. Fayemi’s projects are still on ground for people to see including roads, hospitals, schools and cottage industries, among others. Dr. Fayemi invested heavily in massive reduction of poverty through social security networks like youth volunteers, stipend for the elderly, youth in commercial agriculture, comprehensive community development programmes as well as community governance,” he said. He said that Fayose on the other hand has been deceiving the people by claiming he was a grassroots leader while starving them through non-payment of salaries and pensions. “While Fayemi ensured that development

Dangote Cement gets new SON’s quality certification Mathew Dadiya, Abuja The Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has certified Dangote Cement as having passed the Mandatory Conformity Assessment Programme (MANCAP), a development the agency said has stood out the company among its competitors in the industry. The Director-General of the SON, Mr Osita Anthony Aboloma, who made this known also said that a new revised standard for cement production in Nigeria had been released. The SON DG who was represented by the agency’s Director of Standard Development, Mrs. Chinyere Egwuonwu, stated this during a partnership facility tour of the Dangote Cement Plant, Obajana, Kogi State by top officials of the organization from the Northern parts of the country. He noted the new certification was an attestation to the Dangote Cement Plc’s quality products and its capacity to conduct in-process and in-house tests on its raw materials and finished products in conformity with relevant national standards. According to him, “through our conformity assessment activities, we have always visited

your plants on routine quarterly factory inspections to ensure compliance of your products to relevant national standards. The outcome of these activities is the certification of your products to the Mandatory Conformity Assessment Programme.” The SON boss further disclosed that the revised standard for cement NIS 444-1:2018 has been approved by the Standard Council of Nigeria and is ready for implementation. Aboloma commended Dangote Cement for its active participation especially in the area of standard development, saying the SON appreciated the company’s effort and that the SON would be ready to partner and collaborate with the company’s management. He pledged that the SON would continue to collaborate and provide the required support with Dangote Cement, other private sector operators and stakeholders to ensure availability of the relevant standards for both raw materials and finished products. In his remark, the Group Managing Director of Dangote Cement Plc, Engr. Joseph Makoju, said the Company has never taken the issue standard with levity and that is why it does not limit itself to the set standards but usually exceeds standard both in quality of its products and environmental friendliness of its plants operations.

He stated that standard could not be compromised if products from Nigeria are to compete favourably with foreign ones, noting that it was for the reason of high standard that Dangote cement has been a leader in all the countries where it is sold. The Dangote cement GMD explained that its partnership with the SON as the regulating agency was born out of the quest of Dangote Cement to keep to standard and that the organization has invested heavily in machineries that ensure that the products quality standard is second to none. He explained that the decision of the company to take the lead in the backward integration policy of the federal government has paid off and that it was for the role of Dangote Cement that Nigeria is now self-sufficient in cement production and consumption. Makoju advocated a replication of the policy in other sectors of the Nigerian economy because over reliance on oil has not helped the nation’s economy. The Obajana Plant Director, Mr. Veeraraghavan Sirinivasan, boasted that the largest single cement plant in Africa, South of Sahara was the Obajana Cement Plant and thanked the SON officials for deeming it fit to visit the plant as partners.

reached every community in Ekiti State when he served as governor, Fayose has only concentrated the few things he has done in only the state capital because he wants people to see them. As we speak, no civil servant in Ekiti has received salary this year. The last salary they received was in October 2017, the same with pension and gratuity. Pensioners are being owed up to 10 months arrears. There is no light in most communities when what you need to provide transformer is about N2 million. “As I speak with you, Fayose has wrecked the economy of Ekiti State because most of the economic policies put in place by Dr. Fayemi have been cancelled by Fayose including those on free education, water, ecological control, agriculture and tourism which has led to the abandonment of the famous Ikogosi water and others,” he stated. Speaking on the deployment of 30,000 policemen and other security measures for the election,

Oyebode said it was not a new development as the Police have always deployed large number of officers and men to cover state election to secure lives and property as well as electoral materials, adding that any law abiding citizen would welcome any measure put in place to prevent violence and rancour. On why some people are still listening to Fayose and following him, Oyebode said because of his unending promises, people are eager to hear Fayose speak expecting to hear if their salaries, pensions and other benefits are to be paid, adding that such expectations end up with dashed hopes. “The governor owes salaries since November 2017. So any time they hear that he is passing or speaking, they want to hear when their salaries and pensions will be paid. Fayose will make promises to pay and then renege. It is quite a tragedy that will by God’s grace end through the coming election,” he concluded.

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warned that fake news and misinformation could pose a threat to the 2019 general elections”. On how the government intended to carry out the campaign successfully, the minister said: “We will use all the information dissemination tools at our disposal, work with both the traditional and social media, as well as the National Orientation Agency (NOA) to get the word out there about the dangers that fake news poses to our peace and security, our

democracy and our corporate existence”. He gave the assurance that government would not resort to coercion or censorship, saying that: “We do not intend to resort to coercion or censorship in this campaign. But we want to appeal to all Nigerians to play their active part. Before sharing that information on Facebook, Twitter or WhatsApp, do two things: Ask how credible the source is, and don’t share any information for which you can’t vouch. These simple measures may not end fake news, but they will go a long way in stemming its spread”.

Ekiti guber: Why we sealed off Fayose campaign venue -DIG Says police will withdraw Fayose, Fayemi security Gbenga Sodeinde, Ado-Ekiti and Tunde Opalana, Abuja The Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) Operations, Mr. Habilal Joshak, has explained the reason behind the sealing off of the campaign venue organised by Ekiti State Governor Ayo Fayose to drum support for Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Prof. Kolapo Olusola Eleka, from where the supporters planned to stage what they called ‘Victory Walk’ round a part of the capital city in anticipation of victory in the July 14 poll in the state. Joshak explained that due approval for the event was not secured by the PDP from the police, adding that the police would not undermine the governor and any citizen of the state but that approval must be secured before any political rally could hold. Joshak, who addressed newsmen on the conduct of the force in the forthcoming poll at the

Police Headquarters, also declared that the security details of Very Important Personalities (VIPs) in Ekiti will be withdrawn on Saturday to add to the credibility of the Ekiti governorship election holding on July 14. The DIG, who described the PDP’s planned walk as rally, said: “We are not here to usurp the authority of Governor Fayose. We are not here to rubbish him because he represents the people. “But we are not going to allow any unauthorized rally that can trigger violence in the state. You can see that the state is tensed up. “As law enforcement agents, we must be proactive and take actions that can prevent crisis rather than trying to quell it after it might have broken out”. The police boss added that no party will be allowed to hold any political rally not approved by the police until the election is held. Joshak said he will work with one Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG), Mr. H.H. Karma and three other Commissioners of Police - Ali Janga, J.B. Kokumo

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and G.B. Umar, who will man each of the senatorial districts in the state. Joshak said they have contacted security details of Governor Fayose and the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Dr. Kayode Fayemi and other top government officials to report at 6am at the Police headquarters in Ado Ekiti on Saturday. “We won’t allow anybody to go to the polling booth with armed men, this is a breach of the Electoral Act. “We have contacted them and they have to be here before election commences. This election must not be compromised. They will be documented and whoever defies this will be sanctioned, because they have been contacted”, he warned. He said the Government House has not been blocked, clarifying that policemen only blocked the road from Fajuyi to the State Secretariat. Armed policemen on Wednesday morning sealed off Ekiti Government House and

prevented supporters of Governor Ayo Fayose from entering. A rally scheduled to take place at the new Pavilion located at Fajuyi, which was within the vicinity of the Government house was botched as policemen teargassed the participants. The policemen were shooting sporadically into the air as they dispersed the PDP members who were called by Fayose for a rally to rally drum for the PDP candidate in the election, Prof. Kolapo Olusola. The PDP members had massed at the new pavilion when policemen swopped on them and dispersed. Those affected fled in different directions to prevent being arrested by police. A close aide to Governor Fayose called Abiola Omolade was arrested at Fajuyi area and he is now being detained at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) section at the Police Headquarters in Ado Ekiti. Journalists sighted him as he was being dragged by the police

to the CID section. The dispersed PDP members, who escaped into the Government House, were said to have been trailed by policemen and chased out. Meanwhile, Governor Fayose was said to have been teargassed by the police while trying to stop the police from dispersing the rally in Ado Ekiti. The Deputy Governor, who doubles as the PDP candidate for Saturday poll, Prof. Eleka, said: “As I speak with you now, Governor Fayose is unconscious”. Eleka alleged further that “Fayose was slapped by a policeman, it was an assassination attempt on the governor”. Fayose, who later appeared on a neck brace to speak with his people who had gathered in Government House, Ado Ekiti, said: “It was an attempt to assassinate me. I was slapped by a policeman who kicked me and shouted at me, but I want you to be strong and be of great courage, do not be discouraged, this battle must be won. “They have come to occupy our land, this is not our democracy. I pray that they will not cause 1883

in Ekiti. I call on the international communities and relevant agencies, Ekiti is under seige. How can l be a governor of Ekiti State and be manhandled like this? Meanwhile, the National Working Committee (NWC) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday described as an attack on democracy the Wednesday’s onslaught by security agents on the Ekiti State Government House and rough handling of Governor Fayose. The PDP National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus, who addressed a press conference in Abuja, said what happened in Ekiti State yesterday was a civilian coup which has brought the nation’s democracy to its knee. “This morning, in its desperation to forcefully take over Ekiti State, the APC-led Federal Government deployed armed police personnel led by one Compol Mopol Echel Echel, who blocked the Ekiti State Government House, attacked and placed the democratically elected governor of Ekiti State, Governor Ayodele Fayose, under house arrest. At the moment, no one goes in or out of the government house.


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Fake certificate: Don’t cover up for Adeosun, PDP cautions NYSC Tunde Opalana, Abuja The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has cautioned the leadership of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), not to allow the Buhari Presidency to coerce it into covering the NYSC certificate forgery case against the minister of finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, with a purported investigation. The party said it is instructive for NYSC to note that all issues in the news report that Mrs. Adeosun forged her NYSC Exemption Certificate as well as reports that the Presidency is mounting pressure on NYSC to cover up for the minister are already in the public domain. PDP spokesperson, Kola Ologbondiyan in a statement on Wednesday said Nigerians are closely monitoring this issue and the public is already aware of pressure on the NYSC leadership

to announce a misplacement of relevant files and other excuses to achieve a dead end in the investigation. “The NYSC must therefore know that its reputation is highly at stake as Nigerians are already agitated over the questionable delay by the Corps in coming out with an answer on a direct issue that requires a simple computer or even manual file check at its headquarters. “Indeed, a simple process of matching the serial numbering, date and authorizing signature on Mrs. Adeosun’s certificate does not require a lengthy investigation or the current shenanigan going on at the NYSC headquarters. “NYSC is advised to have in mind that in this age of global Information Communication Technology (ICT), there is nothing anybody can do to suppress or distort facts, even in the public service. Any attempt to cover up

will invoke the wrath of Nigerians and irredeemably rubbish the integrity and respect the Corps has earned over the years”, he said. “The party urged the NYSC not allow its reputation to be dragged in the mud by the discredited All Progressives Congress (APC)-led administration that has become notorious for concealment of fraud and sharp practices by its officials.

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Short News 2018 Hajj: FCT MPWB commences biometric exercise Idu Jude, Abuja The Federal Capital Territory (FCT), chapter of the Muslim pilgrim welfare board, says it has commenced the biometric registration exercise for 2018 hajj for intending pilgrims. The registration is being carried out by a firm assigned by the Saudi Arabian government for the exercise in Abuja before issuance of visa. A statement by the Spokesperson of the Board, Muhammad Lawal Aliyu disclosed that intending pilgrims from Bwari and Abuja Municipal Area Councils (AMAC), would be captured today. Muhammad Lawal added that intending pilgrims from Kuje and Gwagwalada Area councils would have their biometric capture exercise on Friday. The Public Relations Officer also advised Intending Pilgrims from Kwali and Abaji area councils to be present for the exercise on Monday, at the venue, while those from the headquarters would get their biometric captured next Tuesday.

The NYSC must therefore know that its reputation is highly at stake as Nigerians are already agitated over the questionable delay by Flooding: Niger govt urges residents the Corps in coming to embrace tree-planting Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Environment, out with an answer Niger state, Hajiya Ramatu Umaru, has advised

residents of the state to engage in tree-planting to protect the environment against flooding and other natural hazards. Umaru gave the advice in an interview with new men on Wednesday in Minna. She said that tree-planting would help to reduce the impact of erosion on the environment during heavy downpour. She disclosed that the ministry was collaborating with the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) to educate especially rural communities around riverside areas to plant trees to reduce soil erosion. “The state ministry of environment is promoting tree-planting to reduce the impact of flooding especially in areas prone to flood,” Umaru said.

EFCC receives 300 petitions in Borno

Wife of the Ondo State Governor, Mrs. Betty Anyanwu-Akeredolu (middle), Mrs. Zubaida Zammaka (left), Mrs. Adelodun Fadare (right), during the Agriculture Stakeholders’ Meeting put together by the office of the Wife of Ondo State Governor at the Babafunke Ajasin Hall, in Akure.

Oshiomhole inaugurates 39 non - NWC members Tom Okpe, Abuja All Progressives Congress (APC), National Chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole on Wednesday at the party secretariat in Abuja inaugurated the 39 Non-National Working Committee, (nNWC) members of the party’s National Executives Committee elected at the last National Convention. This category of National Executive Committee comprised all deputy National officials, Zonal officers and ex - officios. Performing the inauguration at APC National Secretariat Abuja, Oshiomhole said the delay in their inauguration was due to time constraint since the NWC was saddled with immediate task particularly that of prosecuting the Ekiti Governorship election. He charged the newly inaugurated party to work together, mobilize

together with NWC, State officials as well as local government officials to ensure the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari, election of more APC governors and Members of the National Assembly at the 2019 pools. He said: “Our task is to work together, strategize together, mobilize together such that as we approach 2019, we should have more state governors on the platform of the APC and have our President re-elected so that we can retain power at the Federal level for the good of Nigerians”, Oshiomhole stated. The National Chairman warned against using their positions to manipulate primary elections against constitution provision and internal democratic principles. Meanwhile, the APC National observed that PDP members are still heading sensitive agencies under the APC government, a situation that makes it difficult for the fulfilment of the party’s campaign promises. He said, “even as at today, we still

have a lot of PDP people occupying very important positions in federal agencies, we will do everything possible to purge these elements out of the system because we are a party of change”. Oshiomhole also announced that, “for those who are aggrieved as to how certain things are done, those who question that they do not seem to see the difference because substantially, is managing these agencies. “So, we have a duty to convince the federal executive that we have no business, this government has no business with any PDP in sensitive federal agencies and using their old tactics in service delivery. That, I believe is a task that all of us must pursue. “I believe that we now must work consciously to ensure that in replacing, we replace sinners with believers. Believers are those who are card-carrying members of our party and before we go outside the party family”.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), said it received over 300 petitions from individuals and organisations on alleged financial crimes in Borno from January to July this year. Head of EFCC Zonal Office, Maiduguri, Aminu Aliyu, who disclosed this at a ceremony organised in Maiduguri on Wednesday to mark the African AntiCorruption Day, said seven conviction were secured within the period. Aminu said that the commission had filed 40 cases in court while 58 cases were with the legal unit of the commission for perusal and action. He said the commission rejected some cases while some were settled as civil matters, just as others were directed to sister agencies that had jurisdiction to handle them. He also said that the commission recovered N35 million from individuals who defrauded people.

Why I walked out of CUPP- ANN chair Tom Okpe, Abuja National Chairman of the Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN), has said he walked out of the meeting of Coalition for United Political Parties (CUPP), when he realised the gathering wasn’t what the country needed to move forward. He however assured that his party, ANN, will not go into any alliance with either the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), non main opposition People Democratic Party (PDP), in the coming 2019 general elections. Speaking at a crucial meeting with some of the Presidential aspirants seeking the party’s ticket to contest in 2019, ANN National Chairman, Jay Samuel, assured that his party will provide a level playing field for all the contenders. Some of the presidential aspirants at the meeting include; Fela Durotoye, Dr. Thomas-Wilson Ikubese and Eyitayo Musa among others.


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Daily Times Nigeria Thursday, July 12, 2018

Invasion of Ekiti Government House and matters arising

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Mike Ozekhome

hereby condemn in the strongest terms possible, the crude invasion of Ekiti State Government House, by armed Policemen and other security agents at the behest, instructions and guidance of the federal government under President Muhamadu Buhari, using the Police as instrument of terror. In the process of this Kamikazelike invasion of the government house, the sitting governor, Ayodele Fayose, who is covered by immunity under section 308 of the 1999 constitution was brutally assaulted, teargassed, shot at, brutalised and injured, leading to hospitalization at the government clinic, Ado Ekiti. The beastly conduct of the Police and the obviously acquiescing role of the federal government today, is, to say the least, most despotic, autocratic, barbaric and treasonable. What happened today was a clear attempt to overthrow a sitting governor in Nigeria, and if possible, assasinate him. By the provisions of sections 39 and 40, of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999, as altered, the people of Ekiti state have the rights to freedom of expression, assembly and association. The PDP in Ekiti State and its teeming supporters needed no permit from the Police before holding their peaceful rally, just like the APC led by President Muhammadu Bahuri held its on Tuesday. The Governor of Ekiti State is the Chief Security Officer of the state and consequently, barricading the government house and meting out physical assault, inhuman

and degrading treatment on the person of the governor, constitute a dangerous reminder of the gory hey days of ruthless military dictatorships in the sad history of Nigeria. Power, it is said, belongs to God. It is only the Almighty God that can determine who becomes the next governor of Ekiti State, as desired by the people. It cannot be forced by the power of the gun or teargas. A government that wantonly tramples on the fundamental rights of its helpless citizenry can never be trusted by the same citizens. The Court of Appeal in the case of INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE V. ALL NIGERIA PEOPLES PARTY (2007) 18 NWLR, on whether the Police have powers to stop or restrict the fundamental rights of Nigerians to freedom of expression and assembly, had famously held as follows: “The police have no powers to stop or restrict the fundamental rights of Nigerians to freedom of expression and assembly once those rights are exercised within the ambit of the law. If the demonstrators or marchers breach any law in the course of exercising their freedom of expression and assembly the Criminal Code is there to take care of such infraction.”Per ADEKEYE, J.C.A.(P.28, Paras.F-G). It is therefore not the law that Nigeian citizens should first obtain Police permit before exercising their fundamental rights to freedom of expression and assembly. What we are witnessing today, under President Muhammadu Buhari, is that Nigeria is gradually drifting to a despotic and fascist state, a situation

that is most dangerous for our hardearned democracy. Nigerians today live in morbid fear. They are no longer free to express their opinions. The executive arm of government is now harassing, invading, intimidating and subduing every other arm of government to submission. Judgments and orders of courts are disregarded with impunity under President Muhammadu Buhari. We have witnessed increased killings of innocent Nigerians on a daily basis by herdsmen, turning Nigeria into a theatre of blood. Nothing whatsoever is being done by the government to address these ugly developments. It is the duty of the government to provide security at political rallies. That is why section 94 of the Electoral Act, provides as follows: “For the purpose of the proper and peaceful conduct of political rallies and processions, the Commissioner of Police in each state of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, shall provide adequate security for processions at political rallies in the States and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja”. It is imperative for the proper and peaceful conduct of political rallies and processions, that the Commissioners of Police in each state of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, provide adequate security for processions at political rallies in the States and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. Unfortunately, in the sad case of Ekiti State, the Police, rather than providing the much-needed security, turned themselves to security threats to the very Governor and people of Ekiti State,

whom they bestially attacked, teargassed, shot at, dehumanised and injured. The governor and his party members were perfectly within their rights to carry out peaceful campagins. Section 99(1) of the Electoral Act provides as follows: “For the purpose of this Act, the period of campaigning in public by every political party shall commence 90 days before polling day and end 24 hours prior to that day.” It is therefore clear that the people of Ekiti State, including Governor Fayose and his party, were still legally within the permitted period of campaigns as provided for in section 99 of the Electoral Act. The crude conducts and actions of the Police today cannot be justified, whether morally, constitutionally, legally, or otherwise. With 2019 elections around the corner, there is palpable and justifiable fear in the minds of Nigerians, given the current dangerous trend of events in the polity. If 30,000 Policemen can be deployed to one state (Ekiti), for a mere governship election, and put the entire state in mental and pysical seige, when such number is not deployed to flash points where Nigerians are being massared on a daily basis, how many Policemen, soldiers and fighter jets would we require for the 2019 Presidential and NASS elections? Your guess is as good as mine. Let this government gurantee Nigerians’ rights to freely elect their leaders. Ekiti state is a good point to start with. The whole world is watching and listening.

Tobacco epidemic and risk of heart breaks

T Ima-Obong Ekenem

he tobacco epidemic is the world’s biggest public health threat ever faced according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Each year tobacco kills over 7 million people and without urgent action the death toll from tobacco will rise above 8 million by 2030. Regrettably, tobacco kills nearly half of its users while 890,000 non-smokers die yearly from exposure to second hand smoke. Approximately 80% of the world’s one billion smokers live in low and middle income countries (LMIC) Nigeria inclusive. Sadly, tobacco products consumption is rising globally especially in LMIC but decreasing in some high and upper middle income countries (HUMIC). The 2012 WHO Global Adult Tobacco Survey(GATS) carried out in Nigeria, shows that 4.2 million men and 0.5million women currently use tobacco while 3.1 million adult Nigerians(7.2% men and

0.3% women) smoke cigarettes. Among the Nigerian youths aged 13-15 years, in public secondary schools, the 2008 WHO Global Youth Tobacco Survey(GYTS) found that 14.6% to 26.1% were currently using any tobacco products. This rather high rate of tobacco consumption among these students is quite worrisome since tobacco causes 1 in 10 adult deaths and nearly half of current smokers will die of tobaccorelated diseases. The association of tobacco with chronic non-communicable diseases such as Cancer, Cardiovascular diseases, Diabetes mellitus, and chronic respiratory disorders is well established. For this year 2018, the theme of World No Tobacco Day is: TOBACCO BREAKS HEARTS. According to the WHO Director General Dr. Tedro, it focuses on the impact of tobacco on cardiovascular health of people worldwide. “Tobacco use is an important risk factor for the development of coronary heart disease, stroke, and peripheral vascular disease” he declares further, that “despite the devastating harms of tobacco to

heart health, and the availability of solutions to reduce tobaccorelated death and disease, knowledge among large sections of the public that tobacco is one of the leading causes of CVD is low.” TOBACCO IS RATED AS THE SINGLE MOST PREVENTABLE CAUSE OF DEATH. Tobacco use and exposure is fatally hazardous. It causes preventable diseases, concomitant disability and premature death. Tobacco therefore impacts negatively on the health of the individual, family and community increasing health care costs. Its overall adverse effect on the economy also impoverishes people especially the vulnerable youth and the poor in the society. An increase in tobacco taxes by 10% by government has been shown to decrease tobacco use by 4% in high income countries (HIC) and in LMIC by 8% or more. Therefore, to reduce tobacco use, an effective legislation is essential in Nigeria. Strong taxation policies such as advocated in the National Tobacco Control bill which was signed into law since 2015 would certainly

facilitate the domestication of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) a powerful public treaty which Nigeria is party to and a signatory of since 20th October 2005. In order to further improve our environments at our work places, schools, hospitals and other public places including recreational facilities, I wish to recommend to the relevant authorities the enforcement of the No Smoking Policy by clearly displaying NOSMOKING stickers, posters and/ or erection of the SMOKERS’ BODY billboards. In addition, the formation of TOBACCO– FREE clubs in secondary and tertiary educational institutions as well as establishment by the NYSC of a CDS TOBACCOFREE programme in all the 36 states and the FCT would be of immense value to the young people. Formation of such clubs and having the CDS Tobacco-free programme would help keep the Nigerian youthful population healthy and free from tobaccorelated ailments. Finally, be warned!! Tobacco kills 50% of all its users and breaks the heart of non-users !!!


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Editorial Commentary The colour of party ideology (I)

Times Guest Colunmist Mohammed Adamu “This Party is a moral crusade or it is nothing”. –Harold Wilson, British Labor Prime Minister. In 2011 the PDP –playing its usual ethnoregional card- had approached the Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN to negotiate the South West votes for Jonathan in the forthcoming presidential election. It was an indecent proposal requiring that the ACN jettisoned its presidential candidate, the famed anti-corruption Caesar Nuhu Ribadu, in exchange for immunity for its South West stronghold against the PDP’s notorious rigging machine. And notwithstanding its past travails under PDP’s Obasanjo and in spite of PDP’s Jonathan now contemptuously describing the political South West as rascally, the PDP still seemed more tolerable to ACN than Buhari’s CPC with which previously the ACN had failed to work out an alliance. And no thanks too to its vehemently pro-zoning stand, the South West media had virtually boxed itself into a fait accompli, preferring PDP’s Jonathan to either of ACN’s Ribadu or CPC’s Buhari who was already a celebrated bête noire of the Southern media. But the ACN’s capitulation was no thanks also to the North’s intransigence over what it considered a brazen breach of PDP’s zoning policy after the demise of Yaradua –a fall-out of the perceived geo-ethnic politics of making Jonathan Acting President via a novel but controversial ‘doctrine of necessity’ which the North believed was unnecessarily orchestrated to spite Yaradua who was terminally bedridden in a far away Saudi Arabian hospital. Nonetheless the PDP had gained so much notoriety then for crass mis-governance, and President Jonathan himself so much reputation for gross ineptitude that the spokesperson for the ACN Lai Mohammed when contacted about PDP ‘s overtures to buy the South West votes in the forthcoming presidential election, had said without mincing words “yes, they approached us; but we rebuffed their approach”. Fair enough, but it was the reason for rebuffing their ‘approach’ that this piece is concerned with: “because there is no way darkness and light can work together”, he added. And you have to like that: ‘THERE IS NO WAY DARKNESS AND LIGHT CAN WORK TOGETHER’. This could not have been better stated. In fact when I wrote a three-part series titled ‘All Hail The Progressives’ I commended the ACN’s red-line as an excellent ideological boundary –the kind I said “to rather die than ever cross”. Nothing ferments more in the ideological realm than the cast iron principle to do the needful in every endeavor and in all circumstances, no matter the consequences. ACN’s principled stand against selling the votes to the highest bidder even though not selling would definitely not avail its third-rated candidate, was a fitting vindication of Harold Wilson, the British Labor Prime Minister who once said of the Labor Party “This Party is a moral crusade or it is nothing”. But that the CAN, after such firm, resolute stand, would eventually be cajoled, persuaded or blackmailed by the enfant terrible of PDP to cross the very ideological red line that it had set for itself, and to ditch its own presidential candidate by voting Jonathan, underscored the delicate fragility of ideological politics especially in third world Africa where electoral contests are always a ‘do or die’ affair. And Bisi Akande, the then ACN’s Chairman in a bid to explain away his Party’s ideological summersault ended up pulling it into much deeper waters. He said that the South West actually voted Jonathan and not PDP; as though voting Jonathan was any less abominable ideologically than voting the very Party that fielded him; or that voting Jonathan was not filthy enough to vitiate the

ACN’s progressive purity. In fact Akande’s defense became as naïve -or as mischievousas the former British Naval Commander Lord Mountbatten’s needless apology when he said, in pacification of the Tory Party, “Actually I voted Labor, but my butler is Tory”. Yet apologizing to Tory sentiment after voting labor would even be less prickly on the conscience of the ideologically-mindful than apologizing to ‘progressive’ sentiments after consciously voting a ‘retrogressive’ government into office. Akande’s excellent oxymoron, claiming ‘we did not vote PDP, we voted Jonathan’, was as politically hypocritical as Thomas Paine’s description of hypocrisy itself as nothing but “pious fraud”. It is one thing, they say, to do the ‘right thing’, but it is entirely another to do the ‘thing right’. Yes, any political party has the democratic liberty to throw ideological caution to the wind of geoethnic politics by opting to swim either with the ‘merit-driven’ credentials of democracy or with its ‘choice-driven’ attribute –which, ironically confers even the right to vote the wrong candidate or the freedom to support the party with the worst manifesto. Nonetheless elevating the democratic right to ‘choose wrong’ over the civic duty to ‘choose right’ comes usually at a premium, especially to a political party that lays claim to any valuable ideological leaning. For the ACN it came at the cost of a blot on the escutcheon of its progressive reputation –since we have seen that Progressives should not, under any circumstances, accept to act retrogressively. A “cause” said the British writer Arnold Bennett “is like champagne and high heels –one must be prepared to suffer for it”. But what must political idealists do when faced with life-threatening or self-immolating political circumstances? Hold on to ideology and die, or let go and live to fight another day? Or did not Jacques Delors, the French statesman say that “You can’t be a true idealist without being a true realist”? Right of reply Re- ‘The Burden of Saraki’ “I am an ardent reader of your weekly column and I have always admired the logic you apply, devoid of sentiments and casuistry! This is without any intention of sounding unduly solicitous or patronizing. However I don’t think there is any maxim of law or equity for that matter which says that ‘it is better to err on the side of mercy’”. The maxim is that ‘it is better to free 99 hardened criminals than to convict an innocent soul. Be guided please”. -+234806682297Re-‘June 12: A Prophesy Foretold’ “M.M, you are a prophetic columnist who is so deep in thinking, with the great SHAKESPEARE fruit of comfort. I appreciate your true loyalty, and your selfless service to deserving minds. Thanks for this article once again (June 12: A Prophesy Foretold). May ALLAH continue to bless your fountain source of knowledge. We appreciate”. -Mr. Olajide Lawal, +234812328852 Re-‘The Politics Of Bloodletting’ “Dear sir, I read your write up on ‘Politics of Bloodletting’ on the 28th of June with great bitterness of heart. But my question however is: ‘can the argument, over the claims that the attack was premised on reprisal against cattle rustling as you too posited, be substantiated? And or were such rustling and killing, of Fulani herdsmen, done by the members of the communities so attacked? It is indeed a miscarriage of justice for anybody to justify such evil. I have no apology to anyone who may view my opinion as ethnosympathetic. Remember you are human too. Thanks.” Pastor Mathew O. A. +2349057477915

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Budget passage and Nigeria’s economy

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elayed budget in Nigeria has become a norm and the political class do not see anything wrong with it because their allowances and expenses are catered for. But the implication of delayed budget is tantamount to an economic fraud owing to the fact that when a budget is delayed, the economy and the people bear the brunt. From the military era to the return to democracy in 1999, the government had severally attempted to return the fiscal year to January-December, all without success. Budget, according to Wikipedia, is a financial plan for a defined period of time, usually a year. A budget is the sum of money allocated for a particular purpose and the summary of intended expenditures along with proposals for how to meet them. It may include a budget surplus, providing money for use at a future time, or a deficit in which expenses exceed income. In Nigeria, budgeting process has become a cumbersome task and one that cannot be predicted no matter the political will of the person or political party in power, as the legislative arm of government see the nation’s budget as a tool used by the National Assembly to ruffle muzzles with the executive. But the implication is vicious on the growth of the economy. Perhaps, this was what prompted President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration to proposed return to the January -December fiscal year with the 2018 budget. This move by the federal government was well received by Nigerians with much commendation believing that the development will bring about full implementation of the budget, contrary to the negative performance of the country’s budget year-in-year out. In its effort to make it a reality, the government in November 2017, presented the budget proposal for the 2018 expected to be passed by the National Assembly in December, while the implementation was to take effect in January 2018. But this plan did not come to fruition as the lawmakers deliberately delayed the passage of the bill until approximately seven months after; thereby given a knock to the objective of the budget. The National Assembly has really not helped the situation as the legislators have also refused to approve the virement sought by the federal government on certain provisions in the 2017 budget. What this mean is that government may not be able to implement some of the provisions of the 2017 budget which have been rolled over. Of course, the lifespan of the 2017 budget ends May 31, with the government achieving less than 50 percent implementation. Time is running out for the government as the general election is fast approaching and if the passed budget is not transmitted in good time, the period of electioneering could catch up with the implementation of the budget. The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Central Bank of Nigeria has called on the Federal Government to ensure speedy assent of the bill and fast track the implementation to reflate the

economy. Public expectation is that, with the forthcoming elections, government spending on developmental projects should help to create employment and ease economic pressure in some households. However, with the continued delay in passage of budget annually, government may not be able to do much in terms of implementing the budget effectively when eventually assented to. We are of the opinion that the nation’s economy may not grow as fast as it should while some of the gains of the past may be reversed if the government is not able to fully back its policy with action. The implications of the development are that many foreign investors would be foot-dragging on investment decision in Nigeria. Also with the political risks, they could either slow down their investment in the country or remain on the sideline. Without any fiscal policy, Nigeria may face some economic hiccups as domestic investors may also be in confusion on the direction of government policy for the year. We, therefore, advise both the executive and the legislative arm of government to sheath their sword, or swallow their pride and work for the good of citizens and country. We believe that when the government succeeds in returning the fiscal year to January-December, it will have no excuse on implementing the annual budget to the fullest and that will also drive inclusive growth and attract more investors into the country as well as create more jobs for the teeming youths in the country.

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Plateau Assembly impeaches Speaker Short News The Plateau House of Assembly on Wednesday impeached its Speaker, Mr Peter Azi. This followed a motion moved by Mr Peter Ibrahim, member representing Barkin Ladi constituency. According to Ibrahim, the action was in accordance with section 92, subsection 2 of the 1999 Nigerian Constitution as amended. “Mr speaker, in accordance with section 92, subsection 2, we the members

of this Assembly have passed a vote of no confidence on you, and you stand impeached,” he declared. Ibrahim did not give any reason for the action, but said members who signed the impeachment notice formed two-third majority of the 24-member Assembly. Mr Yusuf Gagdi, representing Kantana constituency immediately nominated Mr Joshua Madaki, representing Jos East constituency as Azi’s replacement. The nomination was seconded by

Mr Abdul Yanga of Mangu North-East constituency. The members through a voice vote unanimously affirmed the nomination of Madaki as substantive Speaker of the House. Similarly, 12 out of the 17 APC members in the House passed a vote of no confidence on Mr Henry Yunkwap, the Majority Leader, and endorsed Mr Na’anlong Daniel of Mikkang Constituency as his replacement.

Ayo Jaiyesimi’s ITAN (The Story) debuts in Abuja Doosuur Iwambe, Abuja The command performance of Ayo Jaiyesimi on “ITAN (The Story)” is set to be premiered in Abuja on July 14 and 15 According to Jaiyesimi, “ITAN (The Story)” which is

produced and directed by the Thespian Family Theatre and Production in collaboration with Digital Peers International will be open to cinemas nationwide on July 15. According to a statement made available to the Daily Times Newspaper, Jaiyesimi said that ITAN (the Story) is an intriguing award-winning epic

play laced with both cultural and contemporary dance and music that will keep viewers at the ‘edge of their seats. ITAN mirrors the impact of cross-generational conflicts prevalent in our modern day world through the battle for ‘Generational’ supremacy between a village elder, Pa Latinwo and his newly found

‘city gangster’ grandson, DeeKay. Both strongly rooted in their beliefs, refuse to shift their grounds. TIME (personified as Asiko) catches up with them and takes them on a journey into the past and future where they discover dark secrets that had been shrouded by the veil of time.

Customs intercepts containers of Ammunition in Lagos Joy Anyim, Lagos The operatives of the Nigeria Customs Service, Tincan Island Port Command in Apapa have intercepted Catches of Ammunitions in two separate operations on July 9th and 10th respectively. The intercepted containers were said to contain 416 rounds of different calibre live ammunition, 28 pieces of various sizes of Jack knives and one empty magazine. A suspect had also been arrested in connection with the seizures. It was gathered that the first set of ammunition was discovered at the Terminal ‘C’ II (Ports and Cargos), when the 1 by 40 foot container No. TGHU 60143419 was been examined and found to contain 150 live ammunition and 25 jack knives. The Area Controller of the Command, Comptroller Musa Baba Abdullahi who spoke on the seizures, said “On our discovery of the content of the container, it was immediately sent to the Enforcement Unit where it was examined and found to contain the ammunition and Jack knives”. The Controller revealed that the suspect, the containers and the exhibits are currently been detained at the enforcement station pending further investigation.

UNIDO tasks West African countries on quality control Adebisi Oyindamola, Abuja The West African sub region is demonstrating strong commitment towards improving the standards and quality of goods produced locally to meet international standards. This is imminent if the single market quest of the ECOWAS sub region must thrive, especially as the region faces the challenge of lack of certified accreditation bodies, to effectively implement quality standards on products produced in the region. It is in view of this that a capacity building workshop was organised in Abuja, for candidate assessors of the accreditation bodies of the ECOWAS regional Accreditation system (ECORAS) on ISO/IEC 17020 standard.

Bayelsa govt to lead advocacy against voter apathy

Cross section of the members of All Progressives Congress (APC) elected National Executives Non-NWC taking the oath of office, during their inauguration at Party National Secretariat in Abuja...on Wednesday. Photo: Temitope Balogun

NLNG offsets $5.45bn Loan, generates $25bn Idu Jude, Abuja The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Shell, Total and Eni have signed the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED), contract of Train 7 of the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd (NLNG) Wednesday in London. A statement from NNPC, Wednesday, stated that the event also witnessed the commemoration of the successful repayment of $5.45 billion shareholders loan for Trains 1-6 by the NLNG Shareholders. According to the statement, the NLNG T7 expansion project aims at increasing NLNG production capacity from 22 MPTA to over 30 MTPA by the debottlenecking of T1-6 and the addition of train -T7 and associated infrastructure at an estimated cost of US$4.3 billion. The target Final Investment Decision (FID) date is fourth quarter 2018. NNPC Group Managing Director, Dr. Maikanti Baru, expressed the corporation’s

readiness to support the Federal Government’s aspirations to actualizing Train-7 of project. Jointly owned by the NNPC (49%), Shell (25.6%), Total (15%) and Eni (10.4%), NLNG’s successful journey started in 1999 with the commissioning of Train 2 ahead of Train 1 which was commissioned in 2000. The Company grew to a Six Train facility with the commissioning of Train 6 in 2007. The company sourced a total principal amount of US$4.043B from its shareholders in their respective shareholding proportions to partly fund the construction of Trains 1-6. While the interest during the construction period was capitalised and added to principal for repayment from operational date of the financed trains, the total capitalised interest in the shareholders loan is US$1.411B which, in addition to the total principal drawdown of US$4.043B, accounted for the total loan amount of US$5.45B repaid by the company. The NNPC GMD said as 49 per cent shareholder in NLNG, NNPC had immensely contributed to the success of

the company over the years, supporting equity participation and contribution to shareholders loan. “Through critical interface with relevant Government agencies, we have played a pivotal role in the actualization of Trains 1 to 6 (T1-T6). Given the success of T1-T6, NNPC is therefore fully committed and aligned with Government aspirations to replicate the success of this project. Therefore, our current focus is to kick start T7,” Baru noted. Describing the NLNG as a jewel in the crown of Nigeria as well as a very strategic investment for the nation, Dr. Baru stated that the NLNG would continue to act as a catalyst for nation-building for years to come. He said the prompt servicing of shareholders’ loan with accelerated repayments did not only demonstrate NLNG’s credit worthiness, it had also reiterated its robust financial position. As at today, the GMD observed, the NLNG has generated revenues of more than US$25 billion for the Federal Government of Nigeria comprising Dividends of circa US$17 billion and taxes of US$7.2 billion.

Ahead of the 2019 general elections, the Bayelsa government has given an assurance that it would sustain the enlightenment campaign on continuous voter registration to increase the awareness level of eligible voters in the state. The State Commissioner for Information, Mr Daniel IworisoMarkson, disclosed this in Yenagoa on Wednesday when he visited some broadcast media organisations in the state. He said that the government had concluded plans to begin another round of sensitisation to enable eligible voters know their rights and choice of candidates at the polls while discouraging voter apathy. He said the sensitisation programme, billed to commence in August, would be in the form of series of social and electronic media engagements, particularly in the various local languages. Iworiso-Markson said it was high time stakeholders began the conversation on how to have credible people win elective positions in order to sustain the legacies of the present administration.

EFCC secures 13 convictions in South-East The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), says it has secured no fewer than 13 convictions in its anticorruption onslaught in the South-East between January and July. The Zonal Head of the Commission, Mr Adamu Danmusa, disclosed this in an interview with newsmen during the African Anti-Corruption Road Walk on Wednesday in Enugu. He said that many institutions in Enugu State were under investigation for alleged corruption allegations. “This year alone, the zone has secured no fewer than 13 convictions. No zone in the country has surpassed that within the period,” he said. The zonal head said that the Commission was dedicated to its duty of ensuring that corruption was significantly reduced if not eliminated in the country.


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Short News Flood: Kogi promises timely completion of embankment on Niger River Kogi Government says it is doing everything possible to ensure that the embankment project along River Niger in Lokoja becomes a reality, to check the re-occurrence of flood, reminiscence of the 2012 flood in the state. The Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, Mr Sanusi Yahaya said this on Wednesday while inspecting the level of work on the project in Lokoja. He expressed satisfaction on the progress of work on the project so far, noting, “they have made a lot of progress with the funds released to them“. Yahaya expressed optimism that the project, when completed, would prevent flooding in the state capital and its environs. “We don’t want to experience the kind of devastating flood we had in 2012, that is why we are working hard to ensure that this project is delivered as soon as possible,” he said.

‘Economic downturn affecting paint industries ‘ Sunday Nwakanma,

L-R: Chairman NLNG Board of Directors, Mr. Osobonye Longjohn, GMD NNPC, Dr. Maikanti Baru and MD, NLNG, Mr. Tony Attah, giving an applause during the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) Contract Signing Ceremony for Train 7 held in London . . . on Wednesday.

ADP disassociates party from CUPP Tom Okpe, Abuja The Action for Democratic Party (ADP), has disassociated itself from the recently formed coalition of United Political parties (CUPP), on grounds that those that looted the country are the drivers of the coalition. The People’s Democratic Party (PDP), leading the reformed All Progressives Congress (rAPC), in conjunction with about 34 other political parties signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), to field a common Presidential candidate in the 2019 general election to oust President Muhammadu Buhari and the APC from power. The Chairman of the ADP, Engr. Yabagi Y. Sani in a press conference on Wednesday at the party secretariat in Abuja said that the ADP is not part of the coalition, but will provide credible alternative Nigerians yearn for. He said: “Let me say here for the

avoidance of doubt that we are not part of the Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP). ADP is the third force that will provide the Credible Alternative Nigerians passionately yearn for to end hunger, wanton killings and executive lawlessness. “It is important to know that those who pushed Nigeria to the precipice are the drivers of the Coalition and have nothing new to offer. To collaborate with them, is to sleep with strange bedfellows”, Yabagi noted. The party chairman further said; “You will recall that on the 9th July, 2018, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in conjunction with about 34 other Political Parties signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to field a common Presidential Candidate for the 2019 general elections. The Parties are also to collaborate in several other areas to ensure that the APC-led Federal Government is defeated in the impending elections. Yabagi also said that the PDP and the ruling APC are two sides of the coin adding that for sixteen years,

PDP ruled this country with impunity and without regard to the universally accepted norms of democracy; stealing, misappropriation and all forms of corruption as part of the state policy. “ADP is not prepared to jettison its values and constitutional provisions like the use of direct primaries as against the often used corrupt delegate system by the other parties in the Coalition. ADP is also not in a hurry to hobnob with those who mismanaged Nigeria for sixteen years and now regrouping in an un-strategic haste to resume unprecedented loot of the nation’s treasury”, he noted. The ADP Chairman noted that the party is not averse to any political Coalition that can bring about a positive overhaul of the Nigerian system. “At ADP, we believe the time has come for a generational shift in leadership and not putting old wines in new bottles, which is what the PDP led coalition represents”, he said.

Vandals attack 60 PHED facilities in Bayelsa Akam James, Yenagoa The Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company (PHED) has disclosed that over 60 PHED installations and facilities in Bayelsa State has been vandalized by criminals, calling on residents to report any suspicious movement to security agencies or PHED offices. Speaking on Wednesday during a customer and stakeholders enlightenment programme in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa state capital, spokesperson of PHED, Mr. John Onyi, stated that the essence of the meeting is to enlighten customers on their rights as electrician customer, adding that the epileptic power supply in

the state is not peculiar to the state alone but a national issues. Meanwhile, residents and major stakeholders argued that it was an open secret that some of the PHED officials and criminals connive and carry out the frequent criminal activities and vandalism of PHED facilities in the state and for which no reasonable arrest has been made in the past. John Onyi, in a swift reaction denied the allegation, saying every arrest that has been made no single one has been linked with the PHED staffs, adding that the records are there for further investigations. He reiterated the call for residents to be step up vigilant on the various facilities, noting that no neighbourhood electricians or

community volunteers on payment should henceforth be encouraged because they are feeding fat on PHED while installation are destroyed and the people still blame the company for their faults. According to the Bayelsa state Chairman of Civil Liberty Organization, Alabo Nengi James, who frowned at the issue of constant epileptic supply of power in the state, adding that the people are so disappointed in the company for not fulfilling their own part of the terms of business. He also emphasized that the PHED officials have one way or the other connive with criminals in the state to steal armored cables and other parts of transformers in various parts of the state.

Umuahia High cost of materials for paint production in Nigeria has been ascribed to “tremendous bad economy” under the present Federal Government. This was an assertion made by a foremost paint manufacturer in Umuahia, Elder Chief Chimezie Bright Nwaiwu, the Managing Director, B-Lux Industries, Nigeria Ltd while speaking with newsmen, stating that the industry never experience such hardship that exist now before. “Cost of raw materials is high now compared to when Goodluck Jonathan was on seat as the President of Nigeria. Then, a litre of fuel was N97.00 but is now N155.00. “Then also, a litre of diesel was N85.00 but is now N230.00, then, a litre of kerosene was N65.00 and now costs N235.00”.

Ekiti poll: NYSC DG warns corps members against electoral malpractice The Director General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brig. General Suleiman Kazaure, on Wednesday warned corps members participating inSaturday’s gubernatorial election in Ekiti not to indulge in electoral malpractice. Kazaure, who was represented by the corps’ Director of Planning, Research and Statistics, Mrs Victoria Okakwu, gave the warning in Ado-Ekiti while addressing the 4,967 corps members who would participate in Saturday’s election. She told the corps members to discharge their duties effectively and efficiently as well as in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). Kazaure urged them to ensure that they identify some of the problems facing them and report immediately to INEC officials to avoid hitches at the polling centres.

Partnership: FG records successes in affordable housing The Federal Government says it has recorded a lot of progress and successes in its partnership with organised private sector in providing mass, qualitative and affordable housing for Nigerians. Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works, Power and Housing, Mr Mohammed Bukar, stated this during the Permanent Secretaries Session at the 7th Meeting of the National Council on Land, Housing and Urban Development in Gombe on Wednesday. The theme for this year’s meeting is “Provision of Affordable Housing: A Catalyst for Development and Sustainable Economic Development’’. Mohammed was represented by the Permanent Secretary, Gombe State Ministry of Metropolitan and Urban Development, Mr Obel Yaji. “The construction of houses under the National Housing Programme is made at achieving not only provision of affordable housing but also another avenue of employment generation for the army of unemployed youths across the country,” he said.


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NAFDAC vows to prosecute manufacturers violating BMS Marketing Code Stories by Angela Onwuzoo

Citing the importance of infant nutrition especially, exclusive breastfeeding in the first six months of life, the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), has warned manufacturers and distributors of Breast Milk Substitutes (BMS) to stop violating the International Code of Marketing of BMS or risk prosecution. Director-General of NAFDAC, Prof Mojishola Adeyeye, who handed down the warning in Lagos recently, expressed the displeasure over what she described as continued violation of the Code and national regulations by manufacturers of BMS products. Lamenting that violation remains a major challenge to the adherence to the Code, Adeyeye, however, assured that the Agency would ensure full compliance

to the Code by manufacturers through the enforcement of existing laws and regulations. Adeyeye spoke at a one-day media workshop on Compliance With the Code of Marketing of Breast Milk Substitute, organised by NAFDAC in collaboration with Alive and Thrive/FHI 360 funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. She affirmed that the importance of appropriate infant and young child feeding and its resultant effect on national economic development cannot be overemphasised. The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends that infants should be breastfed exclusively for the first six months of life to achieve optimal growth. Breast milk has been scientifically proven to serve as the best food for babies that are less than six months. While breastfeeding a child provides all the goodness of breast milk that are known to be uniquely superior and vital for optimal

infant physical, emotional and mental growth. Adeyeye who was represented by the Deputy Director, Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, NAFDAC, Abdulsalam Ozigis, noted that the knowledge and lack of awareness of stakeholders including the media, has also contributed to the gravity of violations currently being practiced in Nigeria. According to her, this necessitated the need for the Regulatory Agency in collaboration with relevant partners to aggressively address this “unpleasant situation through interventions including effective sensitisation of all stakeholders.” She explained: “ Specific focus will be on the review of the existing violations, provisions of the Code and national regulations, challenges faced in curbing violators, need for stakeholders to join forces with the Regulatory Agency in curbing the menace and the way forward. “For better code compliance,

World Population Day: How Lagos women are reducing frequent births using family planning As Nigeria yesterday joined the global community to mark the 2018 World Population Day, indications have emerged that with family planning, unplanned pregnancies which have continued to fuel the country’s population growth could be checked. Going by the testimonies of some women in Lagos State using different family planning methods, the use of contraceptive remains an effective tool that regulates frequent births and also brings about desired family size. Mrs. Omolola Ahmed, a 29-year- old mother of two is among several mothers who are embracing family planning in Alapere, Ketu, Agoyi-Ketu LCDA of the state. Ahmed who is presently on implant method, told our correspondent during a recent field trip to the area organised by Pathfinder International that the method had not only helped her give quality living to her two children but also saved her from unplanned pregnancy. “ I chose the implant to adequately space my children. After I gave birth to my first child, I became pregnant after six months. Taking care of the baby with pregnancy was not easy for me and I don’t want to make such mistake again”, she said. Researchers say that infants born to women who conceived less than six months after giving birth had a 40% increased risk of being born prematurely and a

61% increased risk of low birth weight as compared with infants born to mothers who gave birth after 18 months or two years between pregnancies. Mrs. Taiwo Olubunmi, 42, also shared with joy her love for family planning using the implant method as well. The mother of four said: “I have been enjoying sex with my husband without fear of getting pregnant since I started using family planning method. I now have peace of mind unlike before, and knowing that I have nothing to worry about my reproductive life. All these are possible because my husband supported this family planning process. It is our right to decide the number of children that we want to have. “ The theme for this year’s event is “Family Planning as a Human Right’’. The World Population Day is a United Nations’ initiative celebrated on the 11th of July every year. According to World Health Organisation (WHO), family planning allows individuals and couples to anticipate and attained their desired number of children and the spacing and timing of their births. This, WHO said, could be achieved through the use of contraceptive methods. Another user, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Ajewole told our correspondent that if not for the use of contraceptive method, she would have had more children than she and her husband could cater for. “You can see I have six children

already which is even too much. When I had my sixth child, one mama came to me and told me to use family planning else I will soon give birth to the seventh one. I said God forbid that the sixth one was even a mistake. But because I get pregnant easily, I was afraid and had to listen to the mama who is a retired nurse. The mama counselled me and then introduced me to the Intra Uterine Contraceptive Device (IUCD), assuring me that it would last longer”, she said. IUCD is a long acting reversible contraception that goes into the uterus. Ajewole, a business woman, continued: “Though I was having some side effects from it initially, I am happy for it because my body has adjusted to it. Thanks to mama as I now enjoy sex with my husband without fear of getting pregnant”, she explained. The 2013 National Demographic Health Survey (NDHS), shows that Nigeria’s Total Fertility Rate (TFR) stood at 5.5%, which family planning experts said would undermine the growth of the nation if not urgently addressed by authorities concerned. Also sharing her experience with The Daily Times, a house wife and mother of three who preferred anonymity, said: “To have another child in this kind of economic situation in the country will put us into serious financial burden.”

NAFDAC DG, Prof.Mojishola Adeyeye it is essential to note that the International Code of Marketing of Breast Milk Substitutes was adopted by the World Health Assembly in 1981 (WHA 34.22; 1981). “Nigeria voted for Code adoption and was, therefore, expected to implement all its provisions in their entirety as a minimum requirement for its implementation through appropriate national measures including legislation. National legislation to implement the Code may, therefore, be stronger but, certainly, not weaker than its provisions.” The NAFDAC boss also added: “Since the adoption of the Code, and in order to strengthen and further clarify some of its provisions, several subsequent relevant World Health Assembly, WHA resolutions have been adopted to ensure the achievement of the principles and aims of the Code.” She cautioned that without adequate Code implementation and enforcement, breastfeeding rates will remain low in the country leaving infants and young children at morbidity and mortality. Commenting on penalties for violators of the Code, Mrs Ummulkhairi Bobboi, an Assistant Director in NAFDAC, said any person who contravenes any provisions of the Code is guilty of offense and liable on conviction with penalties which may include seizure of products, administrative fines and closure of business premises. Others are prosecution of recalcitrant offenders, leading to fines from N150,000 – N2,000,000 and jail term not exceeding 6 months, as appropriate. Bobboi also disclosed that any designated products seized by the agency shall be forfeited

to the Federal Government and shall be dealt with accordingly. According to her, company promotion reduces breastfeeding and increases the use of breast milk substitute which she said must be discouraged. She reiterated that the implementation of the international code of marketing of breast milk substitutes and national regulations prohibit the unethical marketing practices that undermine breast feeding. In his remarks, the Head of Nutrition, Federal Ministry of Health, Dr Chris Isokpunwu, who described nutrition as medicine, said feeding the child properly within the first 1000 days of life brings about healthy physical and cognitive development of the child. Isokpunwu who highlighted the various benefits of exclusive breastfeeding as well as benefits of early initiation of breastfeeding within an hour of birth, reminded mothers that BMS has nothing to offer a child instead, it poses a health risk to the child. “BMS pose the risk of not having breast milk’s protective qualities through the high risk of contamination that can lead to life-threatening infections in young infants”, she said. Isokpunwu, represented by Mrs Thompson Chimay, called for workplaces to adopt the national policy on maternity/ paternity entitlement, stressing that this could be achieved by establishing crèches/ breastfeeding corner for working mothers and creating conducive and flexible free working hours for breastfeeding mothers and caregivers. He said that this would ensure optimal Maternal Infant and Young Child Nutrition and Family planning (MIYCN).


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2018 Maltina Teacher of the Year extends entry deadline Godwin Anyebe A new window of opportunity has opened for teachers as the deadline for submission of entry for the 2018 Maltina Teacher of the Year has been extended to Friday, July 20, 2018. Nigerian Breweries’ Corporate

Affairs Adviser, Mr Kufre Ekanem explained that the extension due to pressure from teachers across the country who wanted more time to complete the process. The Maltina Teacher of the Year, an initiative of Nigerian Breweries PlcFelix Ohiwerei Education Trust Fund, identifies, showcases and rewards outstanding teachers in Nigeria.

The entry for this year’s edition opened on Friday, May 25, 2018 and was to have closed last Monday. Ekanem enjoined interested teachers to avail themselves of the new opportunity by downloading application forms from the Maltina website. The applications forms, he added, should be completed and uploaded to the website or sent by

email. The 2018 Maltina Teacher of the Year will receive N1 million, a trophy and another N1 million every year for the next five years, and a block of classrooms built at the school where he or she teaches. The first runner-up will have N1 million and a trophy, while the second runner-up will be rewarded with

CBN amends guideline on release of BVN Motolani Oseni Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has mandated the provision of valid court order as a pre-requisite for releasing Bank Verification Number (BVN) information to applicants. This follows an amendment to the regulatory framework for Bank Verification Number (BVN) operations and watch-list for the Nigerian financial system by the CBN yesterday. In a circular to deposit money banks, switches, money operators, and payment solution service providers, microfinance banks and others, signed by Dipo Fatokun, director, banking and payments system department, the amendment takes immediate effect. Godwin Emefiele, Governor, Central Bank of NigeriaGodwin Emefiele, Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria Section 1.6 of the framework: Eligibility for access to the BVN, which states that, “the following entities may have access to BVN information subject to approval of the CBN”, has been amended to read, “the following entities may have access to BVN information after providing a valid court order, subject to approval of the

CBN”. The objectives of the Regulatory Framework for BVN Operations in Nigeria include, to clearly define the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders, to clearly define the

Bank Verification Number operations in Nigeria; to outline the process/ operations of the watch-list; and to Define access, usage and ownership of the BVN data, requirements and conditions.

The CBN in collaboration with the Bankers Committee proactively embarked upon the deployment of a centralized Bank Verification system and launched the Bank Verification Number (BVN), in February, 2014.

L-R: Former, Assistant Inspector General of Police, Mr. Tunji Alapinni; Founder, Girlsaide Initiative & Acme Health Center, Dr. Abosede Lewu; Ace Comedian & husband to founder of the foundation, Mr. Atunyota Akpobome; (a k a Alli Baba) Founder, The Purple Girls Foundation, Mrs. Mary Akpobome; and Chairman, Ship Owners’ Forum, Mrs. Margaret Onyema-Orakwusi during the launch of The Purple Girl Foundation and 50th birthday Celebration of Mrs Mary Akpobome in Lagos…on Wednesday Photo: Olatunji Wale

FBNQuest expands financial resource centre in Lagos Business School Chukwuemeke Iwelunmo In line with its commitment to support reputable educational establishments with strong business and finance faculties, FBNQuest Merchant Bank, the merchant banking and asset management subsidiary of FBN Holdings Plc has delivered a ‘Bloomberg Room’ at the Lagos Business School – Pan Atlantic University (LBS). The Bloomberg Room is a financial resource center where students can get quick access to research tools, financial market data, analysis of banks, and other economic data to facilitate effective learning at tertiary level. The initiative commenced in 2014 with two terminals in the LBS library, and due to demand was expanded to 12 terminals. This was also driven by the identified need to equip more students and the library community

with tools for knowledge in finance and research. The delivery of the initiative aligns with the group’s Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability (CR&S) focus areas of knowledge & skills development and sustainable finance/investment. Speaking at the media event, Kayode Akinkugbe, MD/CEO, FBNQuest Merchant Bank said, “We are conscious of the role technology plays in providing people with access to information. We believe it is important to equip students with the right financial tools and research, and we want to contribute meaningfully to that”. “We started the initiative five years ago, and this expansion is something we were keen to deliver because we know that the impact at this stage of learning can be profound. Through the resource center we also provide access to our thought-leading FBNQuest Capital

Research, which we believe will serve as an additional resource for the students.” he added. Recently the Executive council of the Lagos Business School Alumni Association (LBSAA) awarded the prestigious 2018 Lagos Business School Alumni President’s Award to FBNQuest. This was in recognition of its contributions to the school via the Bloomberg Room and other capacity building engagements, which have been of immense benefit to both current students and alumni. Dr. Enase Okonedo, Dean, Lagos Business School highlighted the importance of the resource centre to students’ “It fits perfectly with the school’s effort to provide global standard teaching and knowledge sourcing facilities. The students’ experience is significantly enriched, and the benefit of added qualifications is a bonus. We are glad to have this partnership with the organisation, and the Bloomberg

terminals have been impactful for the beneficiaries and the school in general.” According to the The Economist, Lagos Business School – Pan Atlantic University has been rated as one of the top 50 Business Schools worldwide, surging ahead of world class institutions such as the University of Florida, University of Wisconsin, and the University of Minnesota. This global ranking is a testament to the rising quality of business education delivered by the school. The School also achieved accreditation from the AACSB, the world’s most prestigious business school accreditor, and its MBA is accredited by AMBA. The Bloomberg Terminal is one of the financial sector’s most widely used resources for real-time financial data. It also offers access to certified online courses on markets and other financial concepts available via the terminal.

N750, 000 and a trophy. In addition, each state champion, including the winner and the first and the second runners-up will get N500, 000. Since inception in 2015, the Maltina Teacher of the Year initiative has produced three grand winners: Rose Nkemdilim Obi, Anambra (2015), Imoh Essien, Akwa Ibom (2016) and Felix Ariguzo, Delta State (2017).

Fake textiles: SON seals 21 warehouses in Kano The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has sealed 21 warehouses in Kano, which it said housed fake and substandard textiles. The Director-General, SON, Osita Aboloma, said that the warehouses were stocked with substandard African print popularly known as ‘Atampa’, near the famous Kano textile market. SON in its latest statement stated that Mr. Aboloma was represented by the Coordinator of SIM, Isa Suleiman. Mr Aboloma said its Surveillance and Intelligence Monitoring (SIM) Unit in collaboration with a security team sealed the 21 warehouses stocked with textile worth millions of naira. The DG said that the owners of the warehouses were flouting the law, by stocking substandard African prints that did not meet the requirements of the relevant Nigeria Industrial Standards (NIS). The NIS stipulates that African prints should be made of 100 per cent cotton and must not be colour fast amongst other relevant attributes. According to him, initial surveillance revealed that the textiles being sold as African prints are actually materials manufactured with up to 70 per cent polyester and about 30 per cent cotton. Meanwhile, some of the prints were discovered to be completely polyester which is at variance to the standard requirement. “That the textile products found in the warehouses were deemed not to have passed through the legal channels of entry, but rather believed to have been either smuggled into the country, or shipped in through false declarations at the ports of entry. “Thereby take undue advantage of Nigerian consumers who for the lack of purchasing power patronise these poor-quality textiles and also flouting SON’s extant laws,” he said.


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DIVINE TOUCH AND MIRACLE TABERNACLE

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 NAMES: (1)DIKE ALEXANDER ONWUMENJOR (2)DIKE LOVETH AMALA (3)EHICHIOYA KINGSLEY AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO PREACH THE WORD OF GOD WORLD WIDE 2. TO WIN SOULS FOR CHRIST 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 : SHANU ADEDAYO BENJAMIN (08033355459)

THE SAVING GRACE EVANGELICAL MINISTRY

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 THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. PASTOR ISAAC NAPOLEON TAMUNOIGENBEN - PRESIDENT 2. BRO. KARIBO LAZARUS - MEMBER 3. PASTOR/MRS. BEATRICE ISAAC - MEMBER AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST BY ALL SCRIPTURAL MEANS IN NIGERIA AND ALL OVER THE WORLD. 2. TO PROMOTE AND DEVELOP PRACTICAL GODLY LOVE AND CHARACTER AMONG ALL MEN, PARTICULARLY THE HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH. 3. TO PROMOTE FELLOWSHIP AMONG BELIEVERS OF ALL CLASSES, RACE AND DENOMINATIONS. 4. TO CO-OPERATE AND ASSOCIATE WITH OR OTHERWISE ENCOURAGE AND ASSIST ANY PERSON, BODY OR ORGANIZATION WITH IDENTICAL OR COMPLEMENTARY AIMS AND OBJECTS FOR THE FURTHERANCE AND EXPANSION OF THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST. 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: PASTOR ISAAC N. TAMUNOIGENBEN 08033945608

GOD’S DELIVERANCE FAITH ASSEMBLY

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY INFORM THAT THE ABOVE NAMED ASSEMBLY HAS APPLIED TO CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART ‘C’ OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, DECREE NO. 1 OF 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. AKPAN, ANIEFIOK ETUKUDO - PRESIDENT 2. AKPAN, VIVIAN ANIEFIOK 3. SIMEON, INNOCENT JUMBO 4. UDOKA, JOSEPH AIMS/OBJECTIVES: 1. TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST. 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: PRESIDENT

IYOBO SOCIAL CLUB OF UJOGBA

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED ASSOCIATION 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. MR EKOMHEN WILLIAMS - CHAIRMAN 2. MR OZIEGBE SANNI - GENERAL SECRETARY 3. MR ALUGE EDWARD 4. MR ALUYA SATURDAY 5. MR EBOH PHILIP AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO ENHANCE PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE, CO-OPERATION, DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT FOR ONE ANOTHER AND UJIOGBA TOWN. 2. TO CARTER FOR THE WELFARE AND SOCIAL WELLBEING OF THE MEMBERS. 3. TO INTERVENE IN TIME OF DISPUTE(S) AMONG MEMBERS (OR) AMONG PEOPLE WHO ARE NOT MEMBERS BUT ARE INDIGENES OF UJIOGBA TOWN EITHER AT HOME OR ABROAD. 4. TO PROMOTE UNITY, PROGRESS, LOVE AND UNDERSTANDING AMONG THE PEOPLE OF UJIOGBA 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: IMHANGUEZOGIE DOYIN PETER, ESQ (SOLICITORS)

FARMERS’ ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT INITIATIVE IN 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 ACT,1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. UGWU JOHN CHIJIOKE 2. OLEJEME PRINCE IZUCHUKWU 3. UMEH EBUKA PROMISE 4. ANOZIE FESTUS CHINEMEREM 5. EZE CHINWEUBA HILLARY 6. NWAFOR EMEKA BENJAMIN 7. PRINCE IFEANYI ONWUBIKO AIMS AND OBJECTIVES A. TO COME TOGETHER AS FRIENDS AND IDENTIFY THEMSELVES. B. TO IDENTIFY THEMSELVES AS FRIENDS AND BROTHERS FROM THE SAME REGION RESIDENT IN LAGOS. C. TO DEVELOP AND ASSIST ANY OF ITS MEMBERS OR ANYBODY WHO MAY NEED THEIR HELP AND WHOM THEY ARE FIT TO HELP.

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) SHEFIU, ABDULKAREEM MAJEMU. (2) OLASUNKANMI BANJI (3) UZAMOT KAYODE TAJUDEEN (4) ABDULSALAM KASSIM BUHARI (5) JIMOH WAHAB ABDULLAHI (6) ABDULKAREEM KHADJAT LAMI (7) USMAN SHOLA MAKINDE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: (1) TO PROMOTE FARMERS’ WELFARE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. (2) TO PROMOTE CIVIL ADVOCACY AND BUILD PEACE AND UNDERSTANDING AMONG FARMERS AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS INCLUDING GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. (3) TO IMPROVE CAPACITY AND SKILLS OF FARMERS FOR BETTER PERFORMANCE. (4) TO EXPLORE AGRICULTURAL VALUE CHAIN TO IMPROVE THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIO-POLITICAL WILL OF THE NIGERIAN FARMERS

ANY OBJECTION TO THE REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYIRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, P.M.B 198, GARKI, ABUJA, WITHIN 28 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: SECRETARY

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


Companies Registration 16 ARK OF PEACE EVANGELICAL OUTREACH ERI ALAFIA THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED CHURCH HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART C OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990 THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. SAMUEL VICTORIA FUNMILAYO ABOLAJI (CHAIRMAN) 2. BOLAJI OYEWOLE ISAIAH 3. FATOKUN TIMOTHY KEHINDE 4. BOLAJI REBECCA BUKOLA AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1. TO PROPAGATE, DISSEMINATE AND PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST. 2. TO ENCOURAGE MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH IN THE WAY OF THE LORD. 3. TO ENGAGE IN CHARITABLE VENTURES. 4. TO HOLD AWARENESS PROGRAMMES FOR THE IMPROVEMENT AND WELFARE OF THE NEEDY/CHURCH MEMBERS. 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: KEHINDE FATOKUN & CO, LEGAL PRACTITIONERS AND PROPERTY CONSULTANTS 28, AGRIC ROAD, NEW OKO-OBA, AGEGE, LAGOS.

FOUNTAIN OF JESUS SOLUTION MINISTRY

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION (CAC) FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990 TRUSTEES ARE 1.EKINE IBIENE MARY -PRESIDENT 2.WAKAMA EMMANUEL BEN - SECRETARY 3.EKINE ALLWELL MICHAEL -TREASURER AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1.DELIVERANCE/PROPHETIC MINISTRIES 2. SPREADING THE WORD OF GOD 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: PRESIDENT

UMUEZEALA YOUTH FORUM

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED ORGANIZATION HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACTS OF 1990. TRUSTEES ARE: 1. NWAOKEKE CHUKWUEMEKA - CHAIRMAN. 2. AKPUDA FRANCIS CHILEE - SECRETARY. 3.NWOKE JANE CHINWE - TREASURER. 4. ANYANWU CELESTINE ABUCHI -FIN. SEC. 5. IWUNZE FESTUS CHUKWUNENYE- MEMBER. 6.OKEAGU FRANCIS CHUKWUMA-MEMBER. 7.UKAONU BENJAMIN CHIKADIBIA - MEMBER. 8. ORJI EVARISTUS ODINAKA - MEMBER. 9. BARR. (PROF) MADUKA CHUKWUGOZIE - LEGAL ADVISER AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1.TO INSTITUTE BROTHERLINES AMONG THE YOUTH OF THE FOUR AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITIES IN UMUEZEALA. 2.TO CAMPAIGN AGAINST SOCIAL VICES AND MORAL DECADENCE AMONGST THE YOUTHS OF THE FOUR AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITIES IN UMUEAZLA. 3.TO ASSIST THE YOUTH MORALLY, PHYSICALLY, SPIRITUALLY AND FINANCIALLY. 4.TO CAMPAIGN AGAINST IGNORANCE, ILLITERACY AND THE LIKES OF IT AS FAR AS OUR CAPACITY CAN CARRY. 5. WE SHALL FROM TIME TO TIME ORGANISE WORKSHOP, SEMINARS AND CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES FOR THE BENEFITS OFTHE YOUTH OF UMUEZEALA. 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: SECRETARY

UMU UMEH ANOSIKE FAMILY ASSOCIATION

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AMINU DAHIRU YAKASAI FOUNDATION

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. TRUSTEES: 1. AMINU DAHIRU YAKASAI 2. GAZALI HAMZA SULAIMAN 3. MUHAMMAD BASHIR UMAR 4. AMINU UBA WARU 5. IBRAHIM KABIRU RABIU 6. MUSA YUSUF MAILAFIYA AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: TO PROMOTE PUBLIC AWARENESS IN ALL MATTERS AND ISSUES THAT WILL PROMOTE DEVELOPMENT AND ENSURE PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE IN THE SOCIETY . 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: SECRETARY

GOD’S OWN ELECT SANCTUARY INT’L THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED MINISTRY HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT NO 1 OF 1999. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1.PASTOR FRIDAY AGBONTAEN 2. PASTOR MRS. GLADYS AGBONTAEN 3. PASTOR TIMOTHY AGBONTAEN 4. MRS. GRACE OSAGIE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST. 2. TO USE THE GOSPEL TO PROMOTE LOVE, PEACE AMONGST MANKIND. 3. TO EVANGELISE THROUGH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORDJESUS CHRIST. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 21 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: PASTOR FRIDAY AGBONTAEN (GENERAL OVERSEER)

PROPHETIC ROYAL ASSEMBLY

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY INFORMED THAT THE ABOVE-NAMED ASSEMBLY 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 APOSTLE EBIRIM GODSTIME CHINAEMEZE - CHAIRMAN 2. ANEKE GRACE EBERE SECRETARY 3. OKPATA LOUIS NWABUNWANNE MEMBER 4. ABANA NNENNA CHINELO TREASURER AIMS & OBJECTIVE 1. TO PREACH THE WORD OF GOD 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:APOSTLE EBIRIM GODSTIME CHINAEMEZE CHAIRMAN

CHRIST’S VOICE OF LIBRATION PRAYERS MINISTRY INTERNATIONAL

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED 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. THE TRUSTESS ARE:(1) CHUKWURA MARTIN MOKA (2) NNAEBUKA CHUKWUNYELU MOKA (3) IGWEMADU EBUBECHUKWU GODWIN THE AIM AND OBJECTIVE IS:TO FOSTER MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING, CO-OPERATION, BROTHERHOOD AND LOVE AMONG UMU UMEH ANOSIKE.

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED MINISTRY HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART C OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: (1) JOSHUA MICHAEL BABATUNDE -PRESIDENT (2) JOSHUA SUNDAY MAUZANSU -SECRETARY (3) JOSHUA CELINAH SEYIGBE (4) HUNSA EMMANUEL JESUTON THE AIM AND OBJECTIVE IS:TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST

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 BY: SECRETARY

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.

MKPAT- ENIN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION OF AKWA IBOM IN LAGOS 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, 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE:(1) ELDER ANIEFIOK MARK (2) PASTOR RICHARD AKPAN ENANG (3) MR FRIDAY OKODI (4) MR IKWAIBOM USEN (5) MR ODUDU ARTHUR AKPAN (6) MR EKANEM THOMPSON (7) MR ANIEFIOK RUFUS UDOH THE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES ARE:(1) TO FOSTER AND STRENGTHEN LOVE, UNITY AND TOGETHERNESS AMONG ALL INDIGENES OF MKPAT ENIN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA RESIDENT IN LAGOS AND ITS ENVIRONS. (2) TO SEEK, ENCOURAGE AND PROMOTE CULTURAL , EDUCATIONAL, ECONOMIC, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL WELFARE OF OUR COMMUNITY AND STATE. (3) TO INSTILL IN EVERY MEMBER, APPLICATION OF ETHICS OF SERVICE TO HIS PERSONAL BUSINESS, CAREER AND COMMUNITY LIFE. (4) TO DO ALL SUCH OTHER THINGS AS ARE INCIDENTAL OR CONDUCIVE TO THE ATTAINMENT OF THE ABOVE OBJECT OR ANY OF THEM. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, ABUJA FCT WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED BY: SECRETARY

SIGNED BY: SECRETARY

AGBARA OLORUN IYANU CHERUBIM & SERAPHIM CHURCH THIS IS TO NOTIFY THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED MINISTRY HAS APPLIED FOR REGISTRATION TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, UNDER THE PART ‘C’ OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE:(1) GEN.REV MOTHER MARIA OLURANTI AFOLABI (JP) -GENERAL OVERSEER (2) VICTOR ESEICHIE - SECRETARY (3) SNR. LADY EVANGELIST ALABA AKINSANYA -TREASURER (4) DEANCONESS CAROLINE BELLO -MEMBER. (5) LEADER SUNDAY OMOBORIOWO -MEMBER (6) LADY LEADER TOSIN ADEKOYA -MEMBER THE AIM AND OBJECTIVE IS:TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST 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: GEN. REV MOTHER MARIA OLURANTI AFOLABI(JP) GENERAL OVERSEER

HOLY TRINITY ADORATION MINISTRY INTERNATIONAL 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. TRUSTEES: 1) PASTOR. GODWIN CHIDERAH UWAEZUOKE--FOUNDER/G.O 2) SIS CHIKA OKEMIRI--SECRETARY. 3) PASTOR MRS FAVOR UWAEZUOKE--NATIONAL & INT’L COORDINATOR. 4. MR EMEKA NWAKOBY 5. MRS EDNA NWAKOBY FINANCIAL SECRETARY. AIM AND OBJECTIVE: TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST 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: BARR BOLUWAJI

JIREH INTERCESSORS COVENANT MINISTRY

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY INFORMED THAT THE ABOVE NAME CHURCH HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C”OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT DECREE OF 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE. 1. EVANGELIST ENO EFFIONG ISONG - PRESIDENT. 2. APOSTLE ARMSTRONG ARCHIBONG COURAGE. 3. MRS ENO A. ETIM. 4. MRS FLORENCE UDOFIA.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES; 1. TO TRAIN, NURTURE AND RAISE PASTORS/ MINISTERS FOR THE LORD. 2. TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST ALL OVER THE WORLD. ANY OBJECTION TO THE REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRA GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED; SECRETARY.

HELPLINE FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN FOUNDATION THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY INFORMED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED FOUNDATION HAS APPLIED FOR CHANGE OF NAME TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT OF 1990. THE OLD NAME: ASSOCIATION FOR CARE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN. THE NEW NAME: HELPLINE FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN FOUNDATION THE TRUSTEES REMAIN SAME AIMS AND OBJECTIVE REMAIN SAME ANY OBJECTION FOR THIS CHANGES 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: BARR. EDITH OBIKPO SECRETARY

WOMEN AND GIRLS MATTER INITIATIVE

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 : (I) FAWEMI ADEJOKE SULIYAT (2) OLAOSEBIKAN JULIANAH TITILAYOMI (3) OPEJIN TAIWO OLUWASEYI AIMS: TO ADDRESS ISSUES CONCERNING WOMEN AND THE GIRL CHILD. 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

OBIELOM CHARITY 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 COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. TRUSTEES ARE:(1) OBIELOM GERALD EMEKA (2) MADUELOSI EKENE LORETTO (3) OBIELOM AMALACHUKWU CHIOMA (4) OBIELOM VICTORIA NWAMAKA THE AIM AND OBJECTIVE IS:TO CARRY ON BUSINESS/CHARITABLE WORKS THAT WILL BE BENEFICIAL TO THE HOMELESS, WIDOWS AND THE MOTHERLESS BABIES. 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: SECRETARY


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17 Change of Name

EZEANA ANTHONIA

CORRECTION OF NAME

OJO OLUWADAMILOLA

AYANNUGA ABIMBOLA

MUSTAFA MALLAM

ONUH CHUKWUEMEKA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS NNAJIUBA ANTHONIA ADINULA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS EZEANA ANTHONIA ADINULA. THAT MY CORRECT DATE OF BIRTH IS 31/01/1980. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT MY NAME WAS WRONGLY WRITTEN AS EZE EMMANUEL INSTEAD OF EZE SAMMUEL. THAT MY CORRECT NAME IS EZE SAMMUEL. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS ADEBANJO OLUWADAMILOLA LOVE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MRS OJO OLUWADAMILOLA LOVE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS JOSHUA ABIMBOLA OLUWATIMILEYIN NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MRS AYANNUGA ABIMBOLA OLUWATIMILEYIN. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MALLUM MUSTAPHA ALHAJI NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MUSTAFA MALLAM. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS KELVYN LUGARD E. NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ONUH CHUKWUEMEKA ERIC. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

ODUKWE ADAOBI

OLUWAFEMI OLUTOYIN

ADEPOJU OLABISI

ADEBAYO OLABISI

AGU MARGARET

MOHAMMED BILQEES

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AGUBAMAH ADAOBI UGONNE OKWUDILI NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ODUKWE ADAOBI UGONNE OKWUDILI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLUWAFEMI OLUTOYIN SOLOYE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MRS OLUWAFEMI OLUTOYIN OYEDIPE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OJO RAINAT OYINDAMOLA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ADEPOJU OLABISI AINA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS OGUNTUYO OLABISI AINA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MRS ADEBAYO OLABISI AINA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AGU MARGARET NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AGU MARGARET ADA. MY CORRECT DATE OF BIRTH IS 21/12/1961.ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS OLADUNNI BILQEES AND MISS OLADUNNI BILQEES MOPELOLA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MRS MOHAMMED BILQEES MOPELOLA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

OWOEYE CLEMENT

OTOLORIN LAMIDEE

RAHEEM JAMIU

ABIODUN JINADU

OLURONKE ABIODUN

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OWOEYE AKINJIDE FESTUS NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OWOEYE CLEMENT JIDE . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ABDULHAMEED SHAKIRU NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS OTOLORIN LAMIDEE SAKIRU. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS RAHEEM JAMIU ADUAGBA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS RAHEEM JAMIU OLAWALE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS JINADU OLAKUNLE MICHAEL NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ABIODUN JINADU OLAKUNLE MICHAEL. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AFOLABI OLURONKE ABIODUN NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS OLURONKE ABIODUN ULUBA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

ADDITION OF NAME I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ENWENZOH KUCHELI KUKU, NOW WISH TO ADD MANGA TO MY NAME. HENCEFORTH, I WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ENWENZOH KUCHELI KUKU MANGA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

IGWE PROMISE

AYENI OMOLOLA

OGWUMIKE DARLINGTON

OLUBUKOLA MODUPE

ADEMOLA KAZEEM

ARIBIYI ADERONKE

I FORMERLY KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS NWEKE PROMISE, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IGWE PROMISE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC AND AUTHORITY CONCERNED TAKE NOTE.

FORMERLY AJAYI OMOLOLA MOPE NOW AYENI OMOLOLA MOPE. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAINS VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

OKWUONU EMMANUEL DARLINGTON NOW OGWUMIKE DARLINGTON EMMANUEL. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAINS VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

FORMERLY TAIWO BUKOLA MODUPE NOW TAIWO OLUBUKOLA MODUPE. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAINS VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

FORMERLY KNOWN AS AKINLAWON YETUNDE MORAYO NOW TO BE ADDRESSED AS ADEMOLA KAZEEM TAIWO. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAINS VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ARIBIYI ADERONKE ESTHER NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ADESHINA ADERONKE ESTHER. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

ADEYINKA SEMIAT

THOMAS SUNDAY

OBAZE KINGSLEY

BAKARE RUKAYAT

ADEYEMI ADENIKE

ALIU ALAO

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS SEMIAT ADEYINKA ADESINA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS ADEYINKA SEMIAT ADESINA-ADEBOWALE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, THOMAS SUNDAY UMARU ONJU NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, THOMAS SUNDAY OMORU ONJU. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, OBAZE OBED KINGSLEY NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, OBAZE KINGSLEY . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, ADAKEJA RUKAYAT MORENIKEJI NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, BAKARE RUKAYAT MORENIKEJI . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, ADEGBEMBO ADENIKE LYDIA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, ; ADEYEMI ADENIKE LYDIA . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

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EGWU EBERE

OGUNTUNDE FUNMILAYO

MUINAT OLAITAN

JULIET OLUWAYEMISI

ADEDEJI TOBI

BABATUNDE GLORY

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I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IREATHA OLUWAFUN‎MILAYO NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OGUNTUNDE FUNMILAYO HANNAH. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. SCHOOLS,BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

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FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS JULIET OLUWAYEMISI AHMED NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS JULIET OLUWAYEMISI SOTONADE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC AND AUTHORITY CONCERNED PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ADEDEJI FESTUS ALAO NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ADEDEJI TOBI ADEKUNLE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENT REMAIN VALID WEMA BANK AND GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS DAMILOLA OLAWORE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS BABATUNDE GLORY OGOOLUWANI ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

OPANUBI AYOMIDE

OLAFIMIHAN RONKE

ALAYANDE KABIRAT

THE0PHILUS IBIANG

PEACE IBIANG

SEBASTINE IBIANG

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I, FORMERLY OLAFIMIHAN ADERONKE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLAFIMIHAN RONKE ANIKE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS ABDULAZEEZ KABIRAT TEMILADE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS ALAYANDE KABIRAT TEMILADE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. NYSC AND GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

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FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS PEACE UBI UBANA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS PEACE IBIANG EK0. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC AND AUTHORITY CONCERNED TAKE NOTE.

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IFEYINWA JACINTA

BLESSING ESOSA

OGBU IZUNNA

MARY YETUNDE

SANUSI-OGUNSOLA

AFANGIDEH MERCY

I FORMERLY KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MISS OKEKE IFEYINWA JACINTA. NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. IFEYINWA JACINTA OZOR. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MISS BLESSING ESOSA OMORUYI. NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. BLESSING ESOSA OVBIAGBONHIA. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

MBAH SANDRA BLESSING NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND CALLED OGBU SANDRA BLESSING BY REASONS OF HER WEDDING TO MR. OGBU IZUNNA MICHEAL. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. RELEVANT AUTHORITIES AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD TAKE NOTICE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MARY YETUNDE OKULAJA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS MARY YETUNDE OKULAJA-ADEBIMPE. ALL DOCUMENTS AND CERTIFICATES BEARING MY FORMER NAMES REMAIN VALID. RELEVANT AUTHORITIES AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS SANUSI RAADIYAH ENKEPE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS SANUSI-OGUNSOLA RAADIYAH ENKEPE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC AND AUTHORITY CONCERNED TAKE NOTE.

FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS JOHN MERCY NSEOBONG NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS AFANGIDEH MERCY AKANINYENE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC AND AUTHORITY CONCERNED TAKE NOTE.

ADEKAMBI OLUWAKEMI

OBUNADIKE UCHECHI

CORRECTION OF NAME

CHANGE OF NAME/ CORRECTION OF DATE OF BIRTH

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, OSUNGBOYE KEMI VICTORIA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, ADEKAMBI OLUWAKEMI VICTORIA . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, AMADI UCHECHI ESTHER NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, OBUNADIKE UCHECHI ESTHES . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

MY NAME IS BONIFACE UDEAGHA OKOYE, THAT MY NAME WAS WRONGLY WRITTEN AS AGWU BONIFACE UDE, INSTEAD OF BONIFACE UDEAGHA OKOYE FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, MOSHOOD ADEDOYIN BOLAJI NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, MOSHOOD ADEDOYIN OSHUNNIYI WRONG DATE OF BIRTH-12/05/1988 AND CORRECT DATE OF BIRTH-28/05/1990 . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

ADEDOYIN MARIAM

AKPORUGO BRIDGET

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I FORMERLY KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS OMOVIARE BRIDGET OKE. NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS AKPORUGO BRIDGET. FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

OBIOMA ONYEGIRI

SCHOLARSTICA EGONNAYA

RITA AMULIBEAKU

FADEYI OLUYINKA

OLUWALAMBE KUSUMU

BAYEWUNMI GANIYU

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ONYEGIRI NNEOMA PRECIOUS NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OBIOMA ONYEGIRI OBIAGERI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS SCHOLARSTICA EGONNAYA AROH NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. SCHOLARSTICA EGONNAYA OGUZIE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. NYSC AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS RITA PHOEBI EMMANUEL, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS RITA AMULIBEAKU EMMANUEL . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, ALABA OLUYINKA SIMISOLA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, FADEYI. OLUYINKA ALABA . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLUWALAMBE ISHOLA AYELAGBE , NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, OLUWALAMBE KUSUMU LAGBE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, GANIYU BAYENU NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS, BAYEWUNMI GANIYU AMOO. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.


Companies Registration 18 BUILDING MATERIAL INTERNATIONAL MARKET ASSOCIATION OGIDI 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 TRUSTEES ARE : 1. MARK AGUIYI 2. EMEKA OKAFOR 3. JOSEPH EZEANYA 4. CHRISTIAN OKAFOR 5. JOHN UDEAGWA 6. NZE SIMON OKWARA 7. CHIDEBE EZEGBO 8. GERALD EMEASORO SYLVANUS OKAFOR MADUKA THE AIM AND OBJECTIVE : 1.TO PROMOTE THE WELFARE OF 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 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED : BAR. ORJI GODWIN EJIKE

LIFE LIGHT AND LOVE FOUNDATION

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1) MRS OMOROGIEVA PATSY ADESUWA- PRESIDENT ‘ 2) OHONBA MABEL OSATOHANMWEN- SECRETARY 3) OMOROGIEVA ROLAND OSAMUDIAMEN. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1.EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMMES FOR THE YOUTH AND EDUCATION OF THE GIRL CHILD. 2. HELPING THE LESS PRIVILEGED IN THE SOCIETY. 3. MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKERS TO ENCOURAGE THE YOUTH AND OTHER MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY. 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: TRUSTEES

TA’AZOR LEE FOUNDATION

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. NAMES OF TRUSTEES 1. DODO PRIMROSE ADA-OBI - CHAIRLADY 2. OBATA NALOBI ANDREW 3. AFAMEFUNA JUSTINA (REV. SISTER) 4. WILLIAMS PEACE BEN 5. ODU JUDE ADIMABUA 6. EWEKA-ALAKIU RHODA 7. LUKUSA IKECHUKWU RICHARD - SECRETARY AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO CATER FOR THE NEEDS OF THE LESS PRIVILEDGED 2 TO TAKE CARE OF WIDOWS AND ORPHANS 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: BAR. EMEKA ONOHWAKPOR 08022903889

OLD NAME: PEACE AND FAITHLINE REFORMATION CENTRE NEW NAME: SOVEREIGN CANOPY CENTRE THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, ABUJA FOR REGISTRATION CHANGE OF NAME AND AMENDMENT OF CONSTITUTION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, NO. 1 OF 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: (1) MADUKA SUNNY OBY (2) MADUKA AMARACHI PEACE MBANG-ALIA (3) MADUKA PRISCILLA SWANTA. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO RENDER HUMANITARIAN SUPPORT. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION OF CHANGE OF NAME AND AMENDMENT OF CONSTITUTION 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

DIVINE GLORY WIDOWS AND DESTITUTE FOUNDATION 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- PASTOR GABRIEL ADEREMI EKUNJESU-CHAIRMAN 2- PASTOR(MRS) MOTUNRAYO OLATUNDUN EKUNJESU-V. CHAIRMAN 3- MR OLAIYA TEMITOPE TEMPLER-SECRETARY 4- MR FATUNMISE OLAYINKA SIMON-TREASURER AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1- TO EMPOWER WIDOW AND DESTITUDES IN THE SOCIETY THROUGH VOCATIONAL TRAINING 2- TO CATER FOR THE LESS PRIVELEDGES BY THE PROVISION OF FOODS, SHELTER AND BETTER LIVING CONDITIONS. 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

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NEW HEART CHERUBIM AND SERAPHIM CHURCH 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. TRUSTEES: 1. OLABAMIJI THOMAS AFOLABI 2. MURAINA OJEYEMI AKINTEYE 3. OYEKANMI DAVID ADEBOWALE 4. SUNDAY ANTHONY OLAWOYIN AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO PROPAGATE THE GOSPEL OJ JESUS CHRIST 2. TO LEAD PEOPLE TO SALVATION 3. TO ENSURE HEALING AND DELIVERANCE THROUGH PRAYER AND FASTING 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: SECRETARY

AFRICAN YOUTH IN AGRIBUSINESS ORGANISATION THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. ASEMOTA UYI ENDURANCE (PRESIDENT) 2. FATIME SOUCKER 3. RADING WENDY AKINYI 4. CHIWAYULA DALITSO 5. NDAH HILDANGOIN 6. OYELEKE BOLA JOB 7. MULENGA TRICIA AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO UNIT MEMBERS 2. TO PROMOTE AGRICBUSINESS IN AFRICA 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: SECRETARY

BAUCHI CITIZENS ASSEMBLY

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. TRUSTEES: 1. HABEEB - ULLAH ABDULKADIR. 2. UMAR ADAMU ALIYU AIMS/OBJECTIVES: TO CONSISTENTLY SOLICIT FOR WORLD CLASS LEADERSHIP BY BUILDING A NEW POSITIVELY AWARE CITIZENRY THROUGH INTELLECTUAL, SYSTEMATIC AND PROGRESSIVE RE-ORIENTATION AND CAMPAIGNS. 2. TO ENGAGE INTERESTED AND EXPERIENCE INTELLECTUALS AND TECHNOCRATS ALIKE TO CANVASS FOR. 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: SECRETARY

AGBAJOWO LAFISOYA ASSOCIATION

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. IDOWU AKINOLA ABIONA 2. IDOWU FATIMOT ADEBUKOLA 3. IDOWU ABIODUN ESTHER AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO PROTECT THE INTEREST OF MEMBERS 2. TO RENDER ASSISTANCE FOR 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. SIGNED: TRUSTEES

HOLYSPIRIT OF GOD ZION INTERNATIONAL MINISTRY 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. OGBEBOR MARY EBOSE - PRESIDENT 2. ANYANWU JULIET CHINATU - SECRETARY AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST. 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

CHRIST THE SAME FAITH GOSPEL AND EVANGELICAL MINISTRY WORLDWIDE 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. TRUSTEES: 1. DARAMOLA PAUL OLUWOLE 2. DARAMOLA OLUFUNKE ADEBOLA 3. ADEKOLA TOLULOPE ANTHONY 4. OLUWASANMI GBENGA MICHEAL 5. OLUNIYI OLATUNDE ADEBO AIM AND OBJECTIVE: TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST TO ALL NATIONS. 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 BARR OLUWAFUNMILOLA ADENIYI

OZENGWU EMMANUEL ORJIANEVOH 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 TRUSTEES ARE : 1. ORJI GODWIN EJIKE 2. ORJI MARY CHINENYE THE AIM AND OBJECTIVE : 1.TO PROMOTE EDUCATION FOR THE DEVOID PERSONS. 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 : CHAIRMAN

EHYEH FIRE MINISTRY

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED TO CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1). OMONIYI TAIWO 2). TAIWO OMOWUNMI RUTH. AIM AND OBJECTIVE: 1). TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST. 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: TRUSTEES

THE VOICE OF SALVATION PROPHETIC INTERNATIONAL MINISTRY 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. UTAN ANIETI EFFIONG 2. ANIETI EZICHI FELISITA 3. CHINWE AKAEME MARIA AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO BUILD THE FAITH OF CHRISTIANS 2. TO SPREAD THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST 3. TO BUILD SCHOOLS AND HOSPITALS 4. TO HELP 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 STREET, MAITAMA, P.M.B 198, GARKI ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: TRUSTEES

GENTS CLUB ILISAN

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. OSINOWO OLUSOLA OLADIPO - PRESIDENT 2. OTELAJA KAMAL ADEOYE - SECRETARY 3. ADELAJA MUTIU OYESOLA 4. SOTAYO OLUWAFEMI GBENGA 5. ODUKALE OWOSEYE OLALEKAN 6. ADELAJA OLALEKAN ZAIDI 7. AKINTOLA OLUWATOBI HAKEEM 8. KALEJAIYE OLAYINKA GBENGA AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO GIVE MUTUAL ASSISTANCE TO THE CLUB AND MEMBERS. 2. TO PROMOTE UNITY AMONGST THE YOUTHS OF OUR TOWN I. E ILISAN. 3. TO FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION AND BAD ATTITUDES AMONG THE MEMBERS AND THE SOCIETY AS A WHOLE. 4. TO PROMOTE AND INFUSE INTO THE MEMBERS THE SPIRIT OF ONENESS AND TOGETHERNESS (ESPIRIT DE CORPS). 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: SECRETARY


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JORDON’S MARK FOUNDATION

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 . TRUSTEES ARE: 1. EJIOGU PRINCE BLESSING - PRESIDENT 2. PEACE PRINCE EJIOGU - SECRETARY 3. CHIEF ELUMEZIE CHRIS UZODINMA - MEMBER AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO RENDER HUMANITARIAN SERVICES ACROSS THE WHOLE WORLD. 2. TO HELP THE LESS PRIVILEGED IN THE SOCIETY. 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 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: PRESIDENT

19 Companies Registration

GOODLY HERITAGE BIBLE MINISTRY INTERNATIONAL THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION (CAC) FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990. TRUSTEES 1) PASTOR CHARLES AKINYEMI AKINROSOYE - SENIOR PASTOR (2)EVANG. CHRISTIANA FUNKE AKINROSOYE (3)ELDER AKINWALE FELIX AKINBOYEWA - SECRETARY ,(4)BRO OLUWASEUN OYESANYA (5)SIS JOYCE OLUWADAMILOLA AKINROSOYE

AIMS: 1) TO RAISE LEADERS TO TRANFORM THE SOCIETY AND THE WORLD AT LARGE 2) TO RAISE PEOPLE WHO HAVE PASSION FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE.

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: TRUSTEES

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420 TIGRIS CRESCENT, ABUJA FCT WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: TRUSTEES

JULIET I CARE FOUNDATION

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. OKAFOR CHIDI. 2. MGBEAHURUIKE LINUS IFEANYI. 3. MICHAEL CHIMEZIE FEDRICK. 4. CHRISTIAN SOLOMON NWAOBIWE.

TRUSTEES: 1. OKOROAFOR JULIET CHIDINMA. 2. AHAMEFULA QUEEN OYINYECHI

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: TRUSTEES.

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY INFORMED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED ORGANIZATION, THE WORLD WITNESS LIGHT BIBLE COLLEGE HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART C OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. TRUSTEES ARE: 1) CHIJIOKE GON NWAINYINYA - CHAIRMAN 2) OKORO GABRIEL NNAMDI 3) EZEUDU CHIDINMA GRACE - SECRETARY 4) NWUTA BLESSING 5) OKORO BLESSING

AIM AND OBJECTIVE TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST TO THE WORLD.

OFU-OBI KA NMA SOCIAL CLUB OF NIGERIA

AIMS & OBJECTIVES: 1. TO UNITE MEMBER TOGETHER IN LOVE, PEACE AND LOVE.

ENCOUNTER YOUR FUTURE INITIATIVE INTERNATIONAL

AIMS & OBJECTIVES: 1. GIVING HOPE TO THE HOPELESS. 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: TRUSTEES.

CHRIST APOSTOLIC CHURCH -THE GLORY OF THE LATTER HOUSE- A.K.A (LAND OF MERCY) THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED CHURCH (MINISTRY) HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART ‘C’ OF THE COMPANY’S AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT,1990 . THE TRUSTEES ARE; 1. PASTOR FELIX OBEMBE . 2. PASTOR (MRS.) SHADE OBEMBE 3. MR.ANYANWU EMEKA NATHANIEL 4. MR. SAMUEL KOLAWOLE 5. MR. ANTHONY DAVID LANEE 6. PASTOR AMROMA OMERIOJAKE JULIUS 7.PASTOR ADEWALE DAVID . AIM AND OBJECTIVES; TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST. ANY OBJEECTION 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: PASTOR FELIX OBEMBE

GREAT ACHIEVERS BROTHERHOOD FRIENDS CLUB

UMU OZUBULU AMAKA BROTHERS’ CLUB INTERNATIONAL

THIS IS TO NOTIFY 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 1990.

THIS IS TO NOTIFY 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 1990.

THIS IS TO NOTIFY THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED SOCIETY, 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. OSEGBO OKECHUKWU BENARD (CHAIRMAN) 2. MR. NNADI OSITA UCHENNA 3. MR. COLLINS NWEDENE (SECRETARY)

THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. MUOKA PRINCE IBEABUCHI 2. IKWUEZUNMA AUGUSTINE CHUKWUEBUKA 3. UDEMEZUE NONSO 4. NONSO HILLARY ILIKANNU

TRUSTEES: 1. NNACHOR EMMANUEL IKECHUKWU - CHAIRMAN 2. MARCHIE VINCENT OBINNA - SECRETARY 3. OKAFOR EDWIN EDOCHIE 4. NWABUNWANNE NNAMDI 5. UBAJAKA ANTHONY EBUKA

AIM AND OBJECTIVES: 1.TO ASSIST MEMBERS TO PROMOTE THEIR BUSINESSES 2. TO PROTECT THE INTEREST OF MEMBERS 3.TO CONDUCT SEMINARS AND SYMPOSIUM ON HOW TO BE AN ACHIEVER ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION MAITAMA ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION SIGNED: SECRETARY

SIXTY -PLUS SENIOR CITIZENS’ CARE INITIATIVE

THIS IS TO NOTIFY THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED SOCIETY, HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990. TRUSTEES 1 (HRM QUEEN ) GEORGIANA TENALO - BAGBI NENNIBARINI 2 TENALO TUAMENE -SECRETRY AIM AND OBJECTIVE TO ASSIST THE ELDERLY BY PROMOTING A WAY OF LIFE THAT PERMITS THEM ENJOY, TO THE GREATEST EXTENT POSSIBLE THEIR RIGHTS AS INDIVIDUAL HUMAN BEINGS. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THEE REGISTRAR-GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, MAITAMA ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED :SECRETARY

AIM AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO PROMOTE LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP AMONG MEMBERS 2. TO PROMOTE THE WELFARE OF MEMBERS AND ENSURE PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE AND HARMONIOUS SOCIAL INTERACTION 3. TO CREATE AN AVENUE FOR THE CULTIVATION OF GOOD CHARACTER AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AMONG MEMBERS. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION MAITAMA ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION SIGNED: SECRETARY

VILLA THE HOUSE FOUNDATION 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 COMPANY AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT OF 1990 . TRUSTEES. 1.MR IPILIBO BENIBO AMACHREE(PRESIDENT) 2.MR FERDINAND ELLISON AGBORUBERE (SECRETARY) 3.MR OGBUDU DOUBATA HENRY 4.MR ISAAC BAYO BOBMANUEL 5.MR ADONYE OKERE 6.MR CHRISTOPHER HALLIDAY 7.MR GIFT ALEX HART 8.MR DAMIETE FRED ALAMBO 9.MR TONY NKADI ODIBENUA 10.MR LONGJOHN IBIWARI 11,MR FRANK ADONYE CHARLES-HART. AIMS AND OBJECTIVE 1. TO PROVIDE SUPPORT AND EMPOWERMENT TO THE LESS PRIVILEGED IN THE SOCIETY 2. TO PROTECT THE INTEREST OF IT 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 28DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED BY BARR ANULIKA ODIBENUA 08032186666

GOLDEN AGE FRIENDS CLUB OF LAGOS

AIM AND OBJECTIVE TO PROMOTE THE UNITY AND WELFARE OF MEMBERS ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRARGENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, MAITAMA ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: ONUKAOGU EJIKE, ESQ. SOLICITOR 08027567879

CHRIST HAPPY HOME INTERNATIONAL MINISTRY

THIS IS TO NOTIFY 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 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. PASTOR ADEBOYE OLUYIMIKA FESTUS 2. PASTOR MRS IYABODE ROSELINE ADEBOYE 3. PASTOR OLUSEGUN OMOSANYA 4. PASTOR OMOTAYO OLABODE AIM AND OBJECTIVE: 1. TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION MAITAMA ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION SIGNED: SECRETARY

SIR, CHUKWUEMEKA JOEL BEKEE FOUNDATION

GLOBAL INTERACTION FOR YOUTH LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION

THIS IS TO NOTIFY 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 1990.

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

THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. OKOYE DANIEL NNAGBO - CHAIRMAN 2. UBANI CHINEDU SECRETARY 3. ANYENE JOHN ONYEKWERE 4. ONYEMAECHI CYRIL CHUKWUJINDU 5. AZUBUIKE SAMUEL EKPEPECH

TRUSTEES ,I,CHUKWUEMEKA,BEKEE 2,JANE,CHUKU 3,WILCOX,HENRY,ALERUCHI,CHINNAH 4,NWENEKAMMA,WELI 5,MABEL,WAKU,EJEKWU

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED MINISTRY, HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART ‘C’ OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT. 1990. *TRUSTEES* 1. JUDE ARIRIESIKE 2. EMMANUEL EROMOSELE 3. UCHE BONNY-LIFE NDU 4. JOSEPHINE WASHIMA 5. BEN CHIKE OKORO 6. JIMLAS OPEYEMI OGUNSAKIN 7. KILECHUKWU ELI WAOBIKEZE 8. MOHAMMED AMINU TIJJANI 9. BRUNO KELECHI IWU 10.CHRISTIAN CHINEMELUM OKOYE

AIM AND OBJECTIVE: 1. TO PROMOTE THE SPIRIT OF LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP AMONGS MEMBERS

AIMS AND OBJECTIVE TO LEND A HELPING HAND TO THE NEEDY AND THE LESS PRIVILEGED IN THE SOCIETY

AIM AND OBJECTIVE 1. TO PROMOTE ENTREPRENEURSHIP SPIRIT AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AMONG NIGERIAN YOUTHS.

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, MAITAMA ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGN SECRETARY

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: CHRIS OKOYE ESQ. 08032052564

ODIMMA GLOBAL FRIENDS CLUB OF NIGERIA

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION MAITAMA ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION SIGNED: AKOR DOMINIC FRIDAY 08068399996


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RASIDI MEGIDA

UZOMA OGBODO

TOLULOPE BOLASERE

CHIKA DORIS

NENCEL JOHN

AHUMARAEZE STELLA

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ASIMIYU OKIKIOLA MEGIDA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ASIMIYU RASIDI MEGIDA ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS VIOLET UZOMA ONYEKE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS VIOLET UZOMA OGBODO ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AS OLUSEGUN KAYODE BOLASERE . NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AS KAZEEM TOLULOPE BOLASERE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. ALL AUTHORITIES CONCERNED AND GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS EMECHEBE CHIKA DORIS NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS UBANWA EMECHEBE CHIKA DORIS ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS NANSEL BAGUDU SINGDEP, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS NENCEL JOHN SINGDEP. AND MY CORRECT DATE OF BIRTH WAS 27TH SEPTEMBER 1996. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ONUOHA STELLA NGOZI NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AHUMARAEZE STELLA NGOZI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

PHYSICAL PLANNING RENAISSANCE INITIATIVE

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED INITIATIVE HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, ABUJA, FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART “C” OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT, 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. ABIODUN YACOOB 2. KADIRI WAHEED AYINDE 3. PROF.JOHNSON BADE FALADE 4. ODUNLAMI OLATUNJI OLUSOGA 5. ADEDIRAN JOSEPH AYODELE 6. AYINDE OLUTOYIN ADEDAMOLA 7. ALADE ADEWALE ADEYEMI AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1. TO EDUCATE AND SENSITISE THE MASSES ON THE NEED TO COMPLY WITH THE REGULATIONS OF URBAN PLANNING. 2. TO CREATE AN AWARENESS FOR THE MASSES TO KNOW THE ADVANTAGES AND HEALTHWISE BENEFITS OF SOLID PHYSICAL PLANNING 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, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: BARR.ISRAEL OKPAKO

EMMANUEL APOTOYI 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. TRUSTEES: 1. ABOSEDE OKIMS 2. EMMANUEL CHRIS 3. MARIA EMMANUEL 4. TOSIN EMMANUEL AIM AND OBJECTIVE: TO CATER FOR THE LESS PRIVILEGED IN THE SOCIETY 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: SECRETARY

ISIWAT & LATEEF MUMUNI FOUNDATION

THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY INFORMED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED FOUNDATION HAS APPLIED FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT NO 1 OF 1990, PART C. THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES ARE; 1. MRS. TITI NOIMOT SONEKAN - CHAIRMAN 2. MISS. - NOSIFAT OLAJUMOKE SONEKAN SECRETARY AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1. TO PROVIDE FOODS FOR LESS PRIVILEGED ANY OBJECTION THERETO SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, PLOT 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IROSI STREET, MAITAMA ABUJA. WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: SECRETARY

IZZI AMAZING FUTURE HOPE CLUB OF NIGERIA

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. NAMES OF TRUSTEES 1. NWIBO PAULINUS OGRENYA 2. MGBOGO GODWIN BENEDICT 3. NWAJI DENNIS JAMES 4 NWAMINI CHUKWUMA DANIEL 5. NWOGA SUNDAY CHIKA AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO PROMOTE GROWTH AND PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE AMONG MEMBERS 2. FOR THE WELFARE OF 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. SIGNED: BAR NGENEGBO NNAMDI JOHNSON 08035309077

FIRE ALTER AND DELIVERANCE CHURCH

THE ABOVE NAMED CHURCH HAS APPLIED TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR REGISTRATION UNDER PART C OF COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT NO1 OF 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. UDUKOMOSE VERONICA FAVOUR. 2. UDUKOMOSE BAWA PETER. 3. UDUKOMOSE ESHIKOTOME NAOMI. 4. UDUKOMOSE LEMUEL ASENA. 5. UDUKOMOSE ABIGAIL IBUEBUE. AIMS & OBJECTIVES: 1. TO WIN SOULS FOR CHRIST AND THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN. 2. TO CREATE MORAL VALUES IN THE SOCIETY THROUGH REVIVAL PROGRAMES . 3. TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST AROUND THE WORLD. 4. TO CARE FOR THE MOTHERLESS AND THE LESS PRIVILEGED. ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR GENERAL, CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION, P.M.B. 198. GARKI, ABUJA WITHIN 28DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: SECRETARY.

SUNSHINE SISTER’S AUTHENTIC CLUB OF NIGERIA

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. NAMES OF TRUSTEES: 1. CHRISTIANAH OLUWAFUNMILAYO ABIODUN GBADEBO. 2. HAKEEM JAIYEOLA FASHOLA. 3. REMILEKUN ADEBANJO - PRESIDENT 4. OLUWABUNMI REUBEN - SECRETARY AIM AND OBJECTIVE : TO PROMOTE PEACE AND UNITY AMONGST 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. SIGNED: HAKEEM JAIYEOLA FASHOLA.

DAMILOLA SETEMI OMIDIJI

MANYIE STEPHEN

CHUKWU AJALI

SANUSI AZEEZ

MUOKWE ISAAC

KOLAWOLE JULIANAH

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS DAMILOLA SETEMI TAI - ABUDU, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS DAMILOLA SETEMI OMIDIJI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MANYIE STEPHEN GOODLUCK NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MANYIE STEPHEN KOLAWOLE BARRY. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID,GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS EMEKA BATHLOMEW AJALI NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS CHUKWUEMEKA CHUKWU AJALI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS SANUSI AZEEZ ARISEKOLA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS SANUSI AZEEZ FEMI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MUOKWE ISAAC NOW WISH TO ADD ‘ EMEKA ‘ TO MY NAME. HENCEFORTH I WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MUOKWE ISAAC EMEKA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC TO PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS KASHIMAWO JULIANAH BOLATITO NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS KOLAWOLE JULIANAH BOLATITO, DUE TO MARRIAGE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC TO PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

INTERFAITH INITIATIVE FOR ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY IN NIGERIA

EQUIPPED TO EXCEL 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 TRUSTEES ARE: 1. SHEFIU ABDULKAREEM MAJEMU - CHAIRMAN 2. ISONG EMMAH GOSPEL – SECRETARY 3. DR ASHIRU AJOKE SARIYU 4. TAWO EKUBE TAKON. 5. ANDREW OKU ITA. 6. SULAIMAN-ADANGBA ABDURAHMAN 7. KOSOKO ADEYEMI HAKEEM 8. ALEDEH SULAIMAN ALI AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: (1) TO PROMOTE THE CULTURE OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY IN NIGERIA. (2) TO EDUCATE AND EMPOWER CITIZENS THROUGH AWARENESS CREATION AND ADVOCACY (3) TO USE INTERFAITH PLATFORMS TO CONSOLIDATE EXISTING EFFORTS TOWARDS THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION, AND (4) TO IDENTIFY, CELEBRATE AND ENCOURAGE ANTI-CORRUPTION ROLE MODELS. 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

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. TRUSTEES: 1. ADUNOLA AYOKU 2. EYITAYO AYOKU AIM AND OBJECTIVE: TO DONATE BOOKS, WRITING MATERIALS AND STATIONERY TO UNDERPRIVILEGED PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS IN NIGERIA.

ROPHEKA GRACE MINISTRY (CTC APPLICATION)

PENTECOST GODLINESS FOUNDATION (CAC/IT/NO. 99756)

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: SECRETARY

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED MINISTRY HAS APPLIED FOR CERTIFIED TRUE COPY OF THE CERTIFICATE (CTC) NO CAC/IT/NO 103873 WHICH GOT LOST IN TRANSIT BETWEEN WUSE AND MAITAMA AND WAS DULLY REPORTED TO POLICE STATION. ALL EFFORT TO GET IT BACK HAS PROVED ABORTIVE. THEREFORE, THE ORGANIZATION HAS APPLIED TO CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION FOR THE CTC OF THE CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION.

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED FOR CHANGE OF TRUSTEE TO CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION UNDER PART C OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT NO. 1 OF 1990. OLD TRUSTEES: 1. NWAULUNE AUGUSTINE KAONYEGWACHIE OLD CHAIRMAN -REMOVED 2. MRS FREDA ISIOMA NWAULUNE - NEW CHAIRMANRETAINED NEW TRUSTEES APPOINTED ALEX EMEKE OHAEGBUNEM - NEW SECRETARY -APPOINTED

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

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS CHANGE 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

CONFIRMATION OF NAME

PRUDENCE OGHENERUEMU

THIS IS TO CONFIRM THAT MRS. HADIZA AHMED UMAR AND HADIZA SULE KATAGUM REFER TO SAME PERSON, AND NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED MRS. HADIZA KATAGUM-TANDJA ALL FORMER DOCUMENT REMAIN VALID CAC ABUJA AND GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS USINO OGHENERUEMU NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS USINO PRUDENCE OGHENERUEMU. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

OJOMO BOSE HOPE

ABAH VICTORIA ENE

I WAS FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLAMIDE BOSE BUT NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OJOMO BOSE HOPE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ABAH VICTORIA ENEH, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ABAH VICTORIA ENE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE.

JAMALIFE HELPERS FOUNDATION

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. JOHN MIE KAREN 2. AGBAKALU ONU AGBA 3. AMAECHI EBHOHIMEN JOY 4. AMAECHI CHRISTIAN NDUBUISI AIM AND OBJECTIVE HELPING THE GENERAL PUBLIC IN TERMS OF NEED GIVING SUPPORT TO HUMANITY MOTIVATING LIFE ALL AREAS 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. SIGN BY BARRISTER IYIDA JUDE


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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. TRUSTEES: 1. MARYAM JIBRIN., 2. ABDULLAHI TUKUR. 3. NURADEEN DAHIRU AHMAD. 4. BABA YUSUF MOHAMMED 5. IBRAHIM MUKTAR ALHAJI 6. AYUBA DAUDA SANCHI 7. MUSA SULEIMAN BABANGIDA. AIM AND OBJECTIVE: TO PROMOTE THE SPIRIT OF UNITY AMONGST VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONS AND UNIONS 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. SIGN. BARR. MARYAM JIBRIN

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. TRUSTEES: 1. OYEDOKUN ELIJAH OLASUNKANMI. 2. AROLEOLORUN DANIEL OLU. 3. KOLADE ABIMBOLA OLAKUNLE. OBJECT OF THE CHURCH: 1. TO PREACH THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST THROUGH THE WHOLE WORLD. 2. TO HELP THE NEEDY. 3. TO TRAIN AND RAISE LEADERS AND MISSIONARIES

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

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: SECRETARY

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

ELIZABETH NMEHAM EMPIRE FOUNDATION

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN AMBASSADORS FOR CHRIST FOUNDATION

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. TRUSTEES: 1) ELIZABETH KINGSLEY NMEHAM (CHAIRMAN) 2) HIS LORDSHIP BISHOP AMB. JOHN RICHARD(VICE CHAIRMAN) 3) MR LIFE VICTOR OKON(SECRETARY) 4) ESTHER KINGSLEY, NMEHAM 5) MR. AKPAN, CLETUS OKORIE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1. TO ESTABLISH SKILL ACQUISITION AND TRAINING CENTERS. 2. TO ORGANIZE BUSINESS’S AND TRADE EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMS FOR MEMBER AND COMMUNITIES. 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: SECRETARY

ROYALE KINGS FRIENDS CLUB OF NIGERIA

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. TRUSTEES: 1. OSUALA CHIBUIKE KENNEDY 2. NWANDUKA IKECHUKWU MICHEAL 3. NNAJI UCHENNA 4. UZOR FRIDAY 5. ENYI INNOCENT IKENNA DON AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. TO PROMOTE/ PROPAGATE OUR RICH CULTURAL HERITAGE, UNITY AND LOVE AMONG MEMBERS OF THE FORUM. 2. TO EMBARK UPON MEANINGFUL PROJECT THAT WILL CONTRIBUTE TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. 3. TO ASSIST ANY MEMBER FINANCIALLY, MORALLY AND MATERIALLY WHO HAS CAUSE TO BE SO ASSISTED 4. ANY OTHER SOCIALLY-ORIENTED OBJECTIVES THAT MIGHT BE DEEMED FIT BY A MAJORITY OF 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. SIGNED: BARR. KAMUCHE UMEANADU

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. TRUSTEES: 1. ROSEMARY IFEYINWA OGBULOGO. 2. OLIVER OKECHUKWU OGBULOGO. 3. MRS CORDIAL ELIJAH. 4. REV IBUKUN ODUSOTE AIM AND OBJECTIVE TO HELP THE LESS PRIVILEGED, AND THE WINDOWS. 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: SECRETARY

YOU & REHABILITION AND EMPOWERMENT FOUNDATION

TRUSTEES (1)OLADUNJOYE LOLA JANET (2)FAWEHINMI QUEEN EVELYN (3)AKINOLA OLAOLUWA MERCY (4)MATTEW CALLISTA NNENNA (5)ALADEKOMO REMILEKUN OROBOSA AIM AND OBJECTIVES TO PROTECT THE INTEREST OF MEMBERS

SIGN SECRETARY

OLD AGE FULFILLED FOUNDATION

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. TRUSTEES: 1 OSIKOYA ABIMBOLA OLAMIJI 2 ADENEKAN ADEKUNLE SUNDAY 3 OLAIDE OLADIPUPO OSIKOYA 4 ADEOYE AFEEZ AKINYEMI ABIODUN 5 ALLI OLASUNKANMI ADEKUNLE AIMS & OBJECTIVES: 1 TO CATER FOR THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC NEEDS AND WELFARE OF MEMBERS. 2 TO CATER FOR THE ELDERLY, AGED AND OLD PEOPLE IN THE SOCIETY TO HAVE A BETTER OLD AGE AND BE NUTURED TO FULFILED LIFE. 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: EZIAGU JUDE ESQ 07037833711 ABUJA.

EUPHEMIA NWALI CARE FOUNDATION

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. TRUSTEES: 1. MR. IDONGESIT SUNDAY UKPONG - CHAIRMAN 2. MRS. UDUAKOBONG EFFIONG BASSEY 3. MR. BASSEY ENOBONG EFFIONG - SECRETARY 4. MRS. UKPONG ALICE SUNDAY 5. MRS. ESSIEN EKEROBONG ODUDU AIM AND OBJECTIVE: 1. TO SUPPORT AND FIGHT AGAINST ALL FORMS OF VIOLENT, ABUSE AND ADDICTION.

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE NAMED HAS APPLIED FOR REGISTRATION TO THE CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION (CAC), ABUJA UNDER PART C OF THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT NO 1 OF 1990. THE TRUSTEES ARE: 1. HONORABLE EUPHEMIA NWALI: FOUNDER 2. EMMANUEL CHUKWUEBUKA ALOYSIUS: SECRETARY 3. LILIAN NWANKPU: MEMBER MAIN OBJECTIVE: TO ASSIST WIDOWS, ORPHANS, AND LESS PRIVILEGED MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY.

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: BARR. CHIDINMA OSAROBO ESQ. LEGAL PRACTITIONER/NOTARY PUBLIC TEL. 08082368899

ANY OBJECTION TO THIS REGISTRATION SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL OF CAC, PLOT 420, TIGRIS CRESCENT, OFF AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA, ABUJA WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS PUBLICATION. SIGNED: JAMES C. UDE ESQ, SOLICITOR: 09092923394, 08068392857.


Change of Name 22 ZIPELE GODSPOWER

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS EKONG ETIMA JANET NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS ZIPELE GODSPOWER ETIMA JANET. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC TO PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

UHEGWU OLUCHUKWU

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS OHAMA OLUCHUKWU JOY NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. UHEGWU OLUCHUKWU JOY, THAT I WISH TO CHANGE MY NAME AS A RESULT OF MARITAL STATUS. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

CONFIRMATION OF NAME

THIS IS TO CERTIFY AND CONFIRM THAT OGBU CHIEDOZIE LAWRENCE, OGBU CHIEDOZIE EDWARD LAWRENCE AND OGBU CHIEDOZIE EDWARD REFERS AS ONE AND THE SAME PERSON NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OGBU CHIEDOZIE EDWARD. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

ANN AMAKA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS UDEOZOR ANN AMAKA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS ESOMCHI ANN AMAKA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

NGELEA DAVID

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IDIKA NGELE DAVID, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS NGELEA DAVID UKAHA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

EJUE JOSEPH

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS PETER JEREMIAH JOSEPH, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS EJUE JOSEPH TIBUTEN. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

RUNMONKUN ADENIKE

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS GAFARI ADENIKE MONSURAT NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS RUNMONKUN ADENIKE MONSURAT . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TO PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

OLOWOOKERE AYOWALE

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLOWOKERE AYOWALE GABRIEL NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OLOWOOKERE AYOWALE GABRIEL . I WAS BORN ON 23/06/1990. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TO PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

ONWUGBENU I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ONWUGBENU INNOCENT I.F. NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ONWUGBENU INNOCENT IKENNA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

OTOMU ADEBOWALE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OTOMU GBENGA DAVID NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS OTOMU ADEBOWALE DAVID. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

OMOWUNMI MOTUNRAYO

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OMOWUNMI MOTUNRAYO SOREMI NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OMOWUNMI MOTUNRAYO. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC TO PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

ABUGU GINIKA

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AYOGU GINIKA RITA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS. ABUGU GINIKA RITA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

LOSS OF DOCUMENT

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC OF LOSS OF ORIGINAL LAND DOCUMENTS. REG. NO AS 100/100/1532 AT THE LAND REGISTRY ENUGU, BELONGING TO OGBODO ANTHONY SYMPATH OF NO. 6 UDO CLUB GARIKI AWK. ENUGU. ALL EFFORT OF TRACE THE SAID DOCUMENT HAS PROVED ABORTIVE. IF FOUND PLEASE CONTACT THE MINISTRY OF LANDS AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT.

IKWU SANDRA I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS OGE SANDRA CHINWENDU, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS IKWU SANDRA CHINWENDU. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

ONODU CATHERINE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ELONU CATHERINE OBINNE, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ONODU CATHERINE OBINNE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

ONWUGBENU CHINWE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ONWUGBENU CHINWE SANDRA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ONWUGBENU CHINWE FRANCISCA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

NWOBODO IFEOMA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS NWOBODO SUSSAN .N., NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS NWOBODO IFEOMA LOVE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

ENWEREJI ROSE

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS ONYEKWERE ROSE ODULOGBU NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS ENWEREJI ROSE ODULOGBU . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TO PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

CORRECTION OF NAME/DATE OF BIRTH

THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT MY NAME WAS WRONGLY WRITTEN AS NWAZU PETER INSTEAD OF NWAZU PETER NABEL. THAT MY CORRECT NAME IS NWAZU PETER NABEL. THAT MY CORRECT DATE OF BIRTH IS 05/08/1993. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

ARINOLA SOFOWORA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS ARINOLA ABOSEDE SOFOWORA NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS ARINOLA SOFOWORA BASSEY. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTE

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EJEMBI EMMANUEL

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ENENOCHE EMMANUEL OLAJE, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESS AS EJEMBI EMMANUEL ENENOCHE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GTBANK AND GENERAL PUBLIC PLEASE NOTE.

MKPUMA PHILOMINA

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MKPUMA PHILOMINA NOW WISH TO ADD ‘UZOAMAKA IGBEAGU’ TO MY NAME. HENCEFORTH I WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MKPUMA PHILOMINA UZOAMAKA IGBEAGU. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC TO PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

FOLAKUNMI PEARL

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS KUPOLUYI OLUMAYOWA FOLAKEMI, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS FOLAKUNMI PEARL UGBAIFO. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE

UGWUANYI ROSEMARY

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

OTIJI NONYE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ONU NONYE, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OTIJI NONYE CATHERINE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

AGU BENEDETTE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ESOM BENEDICT UCHECHUKWU, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AGU BENEDETTE UCHECHUKWU. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

UDEH INNOCENT

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

NDUBUISI WALTER

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS OZOR NDUBUISI CHRISTIAN NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS NDUBUISI WALTER OZOR . ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID.GENERAL PUBLIC TO PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

ISHIALI IFEANYI I

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS ISHIALI IFEANYI SHEDRACK NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ISHIALI IFEANYI ISHIALI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

ARIYO OLUWATOBI

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS SHABIOLEGBE OLUWATOBI AMINAT NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN, CALLED AND ADDRESSED AS ARIYO OLUWATOBI AMINAT. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC TAKE NOTE

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OLUWAFUNMILAYO

I FORMERLY MISS OLUWAFUNMILAYO OLUWANIFEMI OGUNBOWALE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AS MRS OLUWAFUNMILAYO OLUWANIFEMI ABASS. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD TAKE NOTE.

FOLASHADE SHONDE

I FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS FOLASHADE SHONDE FLORENCE NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS FOLASHADE SHONDE TEMITOPE. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID, GENERAL PUBLIC KINDLY PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

IBE NNEKA

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS NJOKU NNEKA JULIANA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS IBE NNEKA JULIANA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

OTU BLESSING

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MISS OKECHUKWU BLESSING NGOZI, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS MRS OTU BLESSING NGOZI. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. BANKS AND GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

CHIGBUNKEM PATIENCE

I, FORMERLY KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS AGBO PATIENCE NDIDIAMAKA, NOW WISH TO BE KNOWN AND ADDRESSED AS CHIGBUNKEM PATIENCE NDIDIAMAKA. ALL FORMER DOCUMENTS REMAIN VALID. GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD PLEASE TAKE NOTE.

CHELSEA NEME

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