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=>BREAKING: Chris Ngige collapses at National Assembly-DailyPost
Emerging reports suggests that Nigeria’s minister of labour and employment, Dr Chris Nwabueze Ngige collapsed today at the National Assembly. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Senator Chris Ngige during the condolence visit to his residence on Saturday, January, 2016. Photo: Emmanuel Osodi. Senator Chris Ngige reportedly slumped at the National Assembly today, February 18. Daily Post reports that the minister collapsed while defending his ministry’s budget before the House of Representatives’ Committee on labour. Sources disclose that he was immediately rushed to a hospital. Senator Ngige’s sudden collapse is a wake-up call for Nigerian public office holders to be sure they are fit health-wise always. It would be recalled that the General Overseer of the Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare had a similar experience in which he was also rushed to a hospital after he reportedly collapsed, while delivering a lecture in Lagos state.
=>Exclusive: Nigeria has over 6,000 illegal borders – NATFORCE – Naij.com
The director general of the National Task Force to Combat Illegal Importation of Small Arms, Ammunition and Light Weapons (NATFORCE), Emmanuel Osita Okereke has alleged the Nigerian Customs Service of undermining its efforts to reduce the influx of illegal arms into Nigeria. Speaking exclusively with Naij.com in Abuja on Thursday, February 18, Okereke revealed that Nigeria has over 6,000 illegal borders are currently being used to smuggle dangerous weapons into the country. He stated that some NATFORCE officials recently intercepted a truck load of arms from Ghana to Nigeria. He revealed that some Customs officials had illegal diverted a ship loaded with arms to Calabar adding that the said ship had come into Nigeria from Ivory Coast through the Onne seaport in Port Harcourt. In his words: “I monitored a ship loaded with arms from Ivory Coast to Onne seaport in Port Harcourt. When we notified Nigeria Customs that we wanted to be part of the inspection, they refused and immediately shut down the port. After two months, they diverted the ship to Calabar and that was the end of the matter.” NATFORCE DG Tells FG “Again, we monitored a trailer load of arms with a Ghanaian registered plate number to Onitsha. We apprehended the truck and handed it over to the police. The truck is still there at the state police command in Awka. The problem is, Customs believe that we are duplicating their job, which is not suppose to be so.” “Personally, my life has been in danger. I insisted that we must fight against illegal arms. They have paid so many people to assassinate me. They even bribed the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to the declare me wanted. Unfortunately, Ibrahim Larmode who declared me wanted embezzled over 2.5 trillion. “The Biafra people said they want to start carrying guns, well until we are allowed to begin full operation because right now, we are not allowed to do what we should really do,” he added. READ FULL NEWS
=> Obasanjo says Buhari does not seek his advices-BBC
Ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo has disclosed that Muhammadu Buhari didn’t invite him to discuss vital issues. Obasanjo while speaking from Uganda on the Hausa Service of the BBC monitored in Jos defined President Buhari as a man of his words, stating that prior to the 2015 general poll Buhari vowed to fight corruption and was now being witnessed fighting it. He said: “No, I am the one looking for him but he did not give me the permission to see him.” Former president added that the current fight against corruption embarked upon by Buhari was on the right course, saying he is in support of the fight. “I support the fight against corruption of the incumbent administration. Buhari had prior to 2015 election vowed to fight corruption and he is doing it. We are seeing how he is collecting the stolen money from corrupt officials,” Obasanjo said. When he was further asked on whether Buhari could save the economy of Nigeria from its current difficulties to the improvement of Nigerians politician said: “Yes, Buhari could do it. If he approached the economy like the way he handled Boko Haram problem, he would help the economy of the country.” When Obasanjo was a military ruler in the 1970s, Buhari held the key post of minister of petroleum affairs. Relations between the two former generals may now thaw following what seems to be an endorsement for Mr Buhari from Mr Obasanjo in his recently released autobiography.
=>Man strips half naked in banking hall (photos/video)
From the 6-minute video posted on Facebook by one Omowunmi Micheal, the young man claimed a sum of N150,000 vanished from his account and all his efforts to get it back proved abortive. After a month and few days, he resorted into pulling off his clothes in the banking hall so his money can be given back to him. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Capture All efforts by the security men and other bank customers to get him together proved abortive as he continued ranting loudly in Yoruba language in the banking hall….saying before he can leave the place, his money must be given to him. See the video as posted on Facebook below: WATCH VIDEO
=>Naira Falls To N370 Per Dollar – Guardian News
The fall in the value of the naira is yet to abate as the local currency exchanged for N370 to a dollar yesterday at the parallel market. It was observed that the fresh pressure on the naira since last week Thursday has seen the currency fell further from N318 to N370 to a dollar, an additional N52 margin. While the Bankers Committee meeting held in Abuja last week Thursday was considering the inclusion of medical tourism and school fees payment abroad in the prohibition list, TheCable colloquium in Lagos, had some of its participants supporting the policy, as well as opposing devaluation. Meanwhile, the foreign exchange reserves have fallen to $27.81 billion from $28.95 billion in barely six weeks, representing a decline of $1.14 billion. The Director of Corporate Communications, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Alhaji Ibrahim Mu’azu, said the reserves would have decreased to about $20 billion, but for measures adopted.
President Muhammadu Buhari, while in London, said that his government decided to stop the sale of foreign exchange to bureau de change operators because of fraudulent acts perpetrated by some top officers of the CBN. According to him, some directors of CBN own bureau de change and when foreign exchange comes, they take it to their companies and give government the change. But the Acting President of the Association of Bureau De Change Operators of Nigeria (ABCON), Alhaji Aminu Gwadabe, told The Guardian that there is high-level leakages in the system, causing the pressure, adding that devaluation is not totally the answer.
He said government should put mechanism in place to ensure that whatever item everyone demands the dollar for, is actually imported and that quantity declared, alleging that some importers are also involved in the round-tripping. According to Mu’azu, the renewed pressure in the market could be attributable to announcement effect and CBN is very much aware of the market development and has been responding accordingly, raising hope that as much as foreign exchange earnings improve, market interventions would also increase. READ FULL NEWS
=> Lady found dead in her room after Valentine-Punch
What started as a celebration on Valentine’s Day, last Friday ended on a sour note for a 24-year old hair dresser who was found dead four days after the celebration inside her apartment. The young lady, identified only as Nanchim, was found dead in her room in Nassarawa Gwong area of Jos North local government of Plateau State. Our correspondent gathered that the hairdresser, who is also a student of the University of Jos, was found dead in her room on Monday February, 15. Plateau State Police command is currently investigating the circumstances that led to the death of the woman. Spokesperson for the police in the state, DSP Emmanuel Abuh who confirmed the incident said one person has been arrested in connection with the incident. “One suspect said to be a boyfriend of the deceased has been arrested and is currently in police custody,” Abuh said. The deceased’s aunt, who did not want her name in print, said that the boyfriend has a culture of violence. Nanchim’s corpse has been transferred from Bingham University Teaching Hospital to the Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) for autopsy, witnesses said.
=>Soldier batters bus driver for sneering at him-Punch
A soldier, simply identified by his name tag as Emmanuel B.J., on Wednesday battered a commercial bus driver, Mr. Moshood Olaniyi, at the Ojodu-Berger Motor Park in Lagos State for allegedly sneering at him.
The soldier initially pounced on Olaniyi and thrashed him with horse whip before he used his fists to punch him.
PUNCH Metro learnt that Emmanuel ignored pleas by passersby and food vendors at the park.
Instead, he removed the vehicle’s key from the ignition and dragged Olaniyi down from the bus and battered him the more.
The soldier held Olaniyi’s waistband and threatened to kill the driver boasting that nobody would query him if he killed the driver.
When the crowd urged the soldier to state the driver’s offence, Emmanuel B.J. slapped Olaniyi again for more than 12 times.
He said, “Who does he think he is? I will kill him and nobody will query me. I have killed many people who are older than this idiot (Olaniyi) in the past and nobody queried me for that.
“The idiot attempted to hit me while reversing his vehicle and when I asked him why, he just sneered at me. If at all he is older than me, I don’t care. I will do to him what he will never forget for the rest of his life.”
Emmanuel dragged Olaniyi to the park of commercial motorcycle operators, a distance of about 50 metres, before he released him after much pleading that lasted for about 45 minutes by eyewitnesses and other motorists.
Olaniyi was later advised to seek medical attention due to the extent of the assault.
Olaniyi, who could hardly open his mouth to talk because of his swollen lips after the soldier released him, denied that he sneered at the soldier.
He said he was reversing his vehicle when the soldier suddenly pounced on him.
One of the witnesses, who identified himself simply as Festus, said the beating was too much, adding that he did not expect that Olaniyi could still stand on his feet after the soldier released him.
Festus said it was the beating that drew his attention from where he was fixing some mechanical faults in his vehicle.
He said, “I did not know the cause of the disagreement between Olaniyi and the soldier, but from what I saw, Olaniyi was sitting in his vehicle when the soldier started beating him. I didn’t know whether Olaniyi sneered at the soldier or not.”
A bread seller at the motor park, who preferred to be addressed as Ajoke, said she witnessed the assault from the beginning to the end.
Ajoke said she joined other passersby to beg the soldier to let Olaniyi go when it appeared that he was not ready to stop the beating.
=>IGP warns Biafra agitators, IPOB against use of firearms –Nigerianeye
Following media reports credited to members of the Independent Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), threatening to carry arms in self defence against the Nigerian nation, Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase has warned pro-Biafra agitators to reconsider their stand on bearing of arms or face the wrath of the extant laws concerning firearms.
Arase also warned that anybody who dares security agencies in the discharge of their constitutional responsibilities, and make life difficult for law abiding citizens, will face dare consequences of their actions. In a statement signed by the Force Public Relations Officer, ACP Olabisi Kolawole, the IGP further cautioned “the IPOB members to follow appropriate avenues in ventilating their grievances as anybody who steps out of bounds will be decisively dealt with.
Consequently, the IGP has directed all Zonal AIGs and State Commands CPs to strictly enforce the laws against the use of illegal firearms across the length and breadth of the country. The statement reads, “The attention of the Nigeria Police Force has been drawn to a publication credited to the Indigenous People of Biafra ‘to carry guns in self defence’.
“The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Solomon E. Arase, has sternly warned members of the IPOB to reconsider their stand or face the wrath of the extant laws on bearing of firearms. “Members of the group should therefore note that it is an offence punishable under the criminal Law of the Federation of Nigeria for a person to have in his possession or under his control any prohibited firearms without licence or permit.
=>Jonathan’s ex-aide may soon be arrested by EFCC as Stella Oduah loses in court-DailyTrust
Kingsley Kuku, the former adviser to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan may soon be arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) after having his case struck out by a court today, Wednesday February 17. The co-coordinator of the presidential amnesty programme had filed a suit to stop his investigation or arrest by the EFCC, but in his judgment, the trial judge, Okon Abang noted that the anti graft agency is statutorily empowered investigate him over alleged fraud during his leadership. He also added that if Kuku refuses to honour EFCC’s invitation, the agency has the right to arrest him, noting further that the present troubles of the ex-special adviser in the administration led by Jonathan has nothing to do with his political affiliation. Kuku is presently outside of the country on medical treatment and had alleged that there was purported plan to arrest him at the airport in Lagos when he returns to the country, hence the application. Similarly, Stella Oduah, a former aviation minister has had her suit against the EFCC and the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) dismissed by a federal high court in Lagos today. Abang, same justice who handled the Kuku case struck out the suit, holding that the court lacks the jurisdiction to entertain the matter, thereby ordering Oduah to pay a cost of N15, 000 to the AGF. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Stella Oduah has had her case struck out by a federal high court. Stella Oduah has had her case struck out by a federal high court. Oduah, now a senator reresenting Anambra north in the senate had prayed the court to stop an alleged plan to prosecute her over the two armored BMW cars allegedly purchased for N255 million by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) under her watch. Her fear stemmed from the fact that the present administration, in its war against corruption, may have concluded plans to humiliate her over the allegations, and sought an order restraining the respondents from probing her over the case of 2013. The EFCC challenged the jurisdiction of the Lagos court to entertain the suit, adding that Oduah’s claims were baseless and speculative.
=>Tompolo moves against EFCC, seeks appeal-Vanguard
Government Ekpemupolo, alias Tomopolo, a former militant leader who has refused to appear before a Federal High court to answer his charges is trying to play a fast one on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). Tompolo Government Ekpemupolo, also known as Tompolo has appealed his case before the federal high court. The embattled ex-warlord on February 16 appealed to a federal high court, sitting in Lagos state, to give him a copy of the ruling of February 8, 2016 in the charge filed against him by the EFCC, to allow him appeal against same, Vanguard reports. One of the counsels to the ex-militant leader, Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, has reportedly been visiting the court to get the ruling, but to no avail. Adegboruwa, yesterday made an oral appeal to Justice Ibrahim Buba, conveying his frustrations in respect of the ruling. The defence counsel told the court that it was pertinent to appeal to the judge to intervene because of the limited time Tompolo has to exercise his right of appeal. Responding to the defence counsel request, Justice Bubu said the court’s ruling was only delivered on February 8, 2016, adding that he had accumulated judgments and rulings to deliver. Justice Buba told Adegboruwa, that a lawyer from his firm had been frequent in the court since February 8, 2016 over same request. The judge said the ruling was being typed, but assured Adegboruwa that it would be ready today (Tuesday) for him to pick up. The EFCC on February 11 declared Tompolo wanted after he failed to show up in court to answer his charges. The anti-graft agency recently revealed that the former militant leader was declared wanted for illegal diversion of N11.9 billion ($60 million) belonging to NIMASA. READ FULL NEWS
=> Buhari fired media DGs over inability to stop Radio Biafra – Vanguard
Vanguard reports that the directorate of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) made this disclosure on Tuesday, noting that they Nigerian media could not rival the technological superiority of the radio station. News had made the rounds on Monday of how Buhari sacked the media chiefs, as Sola Omole of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA); Ladan Salihu of the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN); Sam Worlu of the Voice of Nigeria (VON); Mike Omeri of the National Orientation Agency (NOA); Emeka Mba of the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) and Ima Niboro of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) all got the boot. And in his address, IPOB’s coordinator of coordinators, Clifford Iroanya informed that inspite of the huge amounts of money pumped into the development of the media firms, they could only come up with dismal performances in their responsibility of outshining Radio Biafra. He noted that the federal government-owned stations had boasted of effectively neutralizing Radio Biafra and went to town partying for their phantom success but “To their chagrin, Radio Biafra continued to broadcast to the entire humanity with more devastating and damaging evidences of structural deficiencies inherent in the British concoction called Nigeria. “Radio Biafra has been able to raise the consciousness of Biafrans as well as the International Community on the plight of Biafrans and provided incontrovertible evidence that Biafra consists of the present-day South-East, South-South (except Edo state), Igala in Kogi state, and Idoma in Benue state.” The statement also read that “the ‘divide-and-rule’ strategy fashioned against Biafrans by the British and their Hausa-Fulani and Yoruba accomplices were effectively deconstructed and destroyed by the superior evidence, logic, and research undertaken by the Editorial Board of Radio Biafra.
=>Troops ambush Boko Haram fighters, kill many-Naij.com
Spokesman for the army, Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman said last night, the troops laid ambush against some elements of the Boko Haram at two of their crossing points at Komala and Musafanari general area coming from Sambisa forest. According to Col Usman, the ambush party decisively dealt with some terrorists on motorcycles in which a number of terrorists were killed and a few others flee with gunshot wounds. The troops recovered one AK45 rifle with registration number 56-2614519, in addition to a magazine containing 9 rounds of 7.62mm (Special), 6 motorcycles, 2 bags of salt and other assorted food items as well as various Improvised Explosive Making Devices (IEDs). The army public relations officer said the recovered items clearly shows that that the terrorists were out for a nefarious mission which was aborted by the timely ambushes. Consequent upon this, he informed that the army wish to implore members of the public to kindly oblige with timely information on the Boko Haram terrorists to enable the military and indeed the security operatives to deal with them decisively. Col Usman stressed that the troops in various axis of the theatre are poised for the clearance of the remnants of the Boko Haram terrorists in our country. SOURCE
=>Zaria Bloodbath: Abia, Rivers agog as Christians, Muslims protest-Naij.com
Abia and Rivers states were agog on Monday, February 15, as members of the Islamic movement in Nigeria (IMN) staged a peaceful protest in major areas within the two metropolises. The protesters were seen demanding the immediate and unconditional release of the IMN, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, his wife and other detained members of the movement including women and children. A press conference was held after the procession in Rivers state to further drive home the message of the sect, their bitterness regarding the continued detention of Shiite faithfuls. Christians support Zakzaky 6 Some Christians supporting the Shiites in their struggle for the release of their spiritual leader Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Christians support Zakzaky 5 After the protest in Rivers state, a press conference was held Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Christians support Zakzaky 4 Protests in support of the Sheikh Zakazaky were carried out in two major cities within the southeast of Nigeria Meanwhile, the Shiites on Wednesday, February 17, asked the Chief Judge of Kaduna state and the Kaduna Judicial Service Commission to investigate certain procedural irregularities in the conducts of Chief Magistrate Awal Umar of chief magistrate court I, Kaduna. The Spokesman of IMN, Ibrahim Musa said: “The Chief Judge of Kaduna state must investigate the deliberate procedural irregularity perpetrated by the Chief Magistrate 1 Ibrahim Taiwo road Kaduna.” According to The Vanguard, IMN alleged that the said magistrate played a role in oppressing the sect by signing the detention warrants of some of its members without a fair hearing.
=>Drama In Aso Villa As FG Justifies Buhari’s Foreign Trips-Vanguard
It was nothing short of a melodrama at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, yesterday, between State House correspondents and the Federal Government over the many foreign trips of President Muhammadu Buhari during a press briefing. Lai Mohammed, the Minister of Information, who justified the trips, said they were necessary to bring the country back on the track of development and growth. According to him, Nigeria was a pariah state under former President Goodluck Jonathan.
He said that under Jonathan’s watch, corruption permeated the country, such that foreign investors deserted it. He stated that it was necessary to tell Nigerians that the trips had started paying off since investors’ confidence in the country had been restored. Mohammed spoke during a press briefing at the end of the Federal Executive Council, FEC, meeting in Abuja. He said: “You do not run a country by being isolated. The personal presence of Mr. President in many of these fora is important because before now, we were almost a pariah state.
Journalists had waited patiently to be briefed on the outcome of the Federal Executive Meeting, FEC, which routinely meets to take decision on matters of government. As usual, yesterday’s meeting was chaired by president Buhari with his vice, professor Yemi Osinabjo and most of the 36 ministers in attendance. By a little after midday, the meeting had ended with the Minister of Information, Mr. Lai Mohammed, his counterpart in Environment, Amina Mohammed in company with Minister of State for Environment, Usman Ibrahim come into the press gallery inside the villa to brief Journalists. The briefing was reduced to a two item issue: Climate change and President’s many foreign trips so far, anchored by the Minister of Environment.
=>President Buhari Orders Mass Sackings At Budget Office-Punch
President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered the complete purge of the Budget Office because of the discrepancies and padding of the 2016 budget, The PUNCH has learnt. Our correspondent gathered on Wednesday that the President handed down the directive following the embarrassment that the budget discrepancies had attracted to his government. It will be recalled that Buhari had on Monday sacked Mr. Yahaya Gusau as the Director-General of the Budget Office for the same reason and approved the appointment of Mr. Tijjani Mohammed Abdullahi as his replacement. But a top government official who pleaded anonymity told The PUNCH on Wednesday that the President was not yet done with the issue. The source said Buhari had been properly briefed of the activities of government officials in the Budget Office who were described as “budget mafia” and accused of sabotaging the budget process. He said that a decision had been taken that while many of the identified officials would be sacked, the remaining ones should be posted out of the office.
He added that the Head of Service of the Federation, Mrs. Winifred Oyo-Ita, had been directed to implement the presidential directive and communicate the decision to the affected officials. The source said, “The President is really angry over the discrepancies discovered in the 2016 budget. It has been confirmed that it was a clear case of sabotage. It was said to have been carried out by a budget mafia whose members are strongly enshrined in the office.
“The President’s decision is that the former Director-General should not be the only casualty in this matter. “He has ordered that the Budget Office should be purged. Many of the officials there will be sacked while others will be transferred to other places other than where they have already constituted themselves to a mafia.” When asked when the President’s directive would take effect, the source said “it is with immediate effect.”
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, yesterday, invited Alison Amaechina Madueke, husband of embattled former Petroleum Minister, Mrs Diezani Alison-Madueke. Madueke, a retired Admiral of the Nigerian Navy and former Chief of Naval Staff, was picked up in Abuja yesterday morning by EFCC operatives over alleged money laundering to the tune of $600,000 through his personal accounts.
Admiral Alison Madueke (Rtd) An EFCC source close to the interrogation confirmed to newsmen last night that Madueke was summoned in connection with some funds, which were traced from some suspicious transactions into his account but did not give details of the transactions.
The source did not also say whether the transactions had anything to do with his wife, Diezani, who many believe authorized the controversial oil deals now rocking the industry. But a source close to Madueke said the man was simply invited to make some clarifications and nothing more. “They think he has some clarifications to do.
The invitation by the EFCC certainly had nothing to do with the wife. He reported there, cleared the air and he was asked to go back home,” the legal practitioner said. A top EFCC official said the man was asked to appear before them to make clarifications on certain issues related to some financial transactions traced to his account.
The source hinted that although Madueke had been cautioned and released on administrative bail, he might be asked to report back on a future date.
=>Alleged N2.1 Billion fraud: EFCC lines-up 15 witnesses against Dokpesi-Nigerianeye
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has lined-up 15 witnesses that will testify against the Chairman emeritus of DAAR Communications Plc, High Chief Raymond Dokpesi, who was yesterday, re-arraigned before the Federal High Court sitting in Abuja. Dokpesi is answering to a six-count criminal charge alongside his firm, DAAR Investment and Holdings Ltd, owners of African Independent Television, AIT, and Raypower FM.
He was alleged to have received about N2.1billion from the office of the National Security Adviser, NSA, for the Peoples Democratic Party’s presidential media campaign. According to the charge, which was signed by the Deputy Director, Legal and Prosecution at the EFCC, Mr. Aliyu Yusuf, the fund was released to the accused person by the erstwhile NSA, Col. Sambo Dasuki, retd, between October 2014 and March 19, 2015.
The funds were allegedly transferred from an account the office of NSA operated with the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, to a FirstBank of Nigeria Plc account owned by DAAR Investment and Holding Company Limited. The prosecution maintained that the transaction was in breach of ?section 58 (4) (b) of the Public Procurement Act 2007 and punishable under section 58 (6) and 7 of the same Act, as well as under section 17 (b) of the EFCC Act, 2004. Dokpesi, who was initially docked before the high court on December 9, 2015, was re-arraigned by the anti-graft agency yesterday following the transfer of his case-file to ?another trial Judge. Justice Gabriel Kolawole had originally adjourned for full-blown trial to commence on the case yesterday. However, at the resumed sitting, EFCC, took Dokpesi before Justice John Tsoho to enter fresh plea to the charge against him. Though no reason was given on why the case-file was retrieved from Justice Kolawole, Dokpesi, yesterday, pleaded not guilty to the charge.
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=> Paul Okoye Reacts To The Peter-Jude Beef
I pray for no break up ”This is where I belong and this is where I stand…….you do music in the studio, not in social media, you have family issues, you discuss that in close doors, not in social media ….. Family is family, blood is blood …. If you don’t do family business, then who am I to you?”