• Massive Fraud! Uneasy silence descends on ASO ROCK as DINO MELAYE exposes over N5.1 trillion subsidy fraud by NNPC, Senate set for PROBE

    01/Mar/2017 // 6090 Viewers


    The Senate has given nod for a motion seeking the probe of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) over alleged mismanagement of about N5.1 trillion subsidy fund to be formally raised on the floor of the Senate.

    In a point of order, Senator Dino Melaye drew the attention of the Senate to the alleged refusal of the Federal Government to probe the NNPC, which he said got 51 out of 100 per cent share of companies okayed to import petroleum products into the country.

    The Senate heard that during the subsidy regime, the country paid a total of N9.93 trillion as subsidy. 

    Of this amount, the NNPC got N5.1 trillion and Independent marketers were paid N3.83 trillion. 

    The upper chamber has therefore decided to launch an investigation to find out how the corporation used this huge amount of money.

    The decision was sequel to a point of order raised by Senator Dino Melaye (APC, Kogi on the subsidy payment. 

    “While we are prosecuting the Independent marketers whose proceeds from subsidy are about N3.83 trillion, NNPC had collected a total of N5.1 trillion on subsidy and this has never been investigated.

    “The time to look at the books of NNPC as regards petroleum subsidy is now and we have taken the lead in the fight against corruption in this chamber and I want to say, Mr President, we must do everything within our powers to investigate and bring whoever is found wanting to book, “he said. He said despite the fear of anti-corruption war, some Nigerians have blatantly abused processes and defrauded this country.

    He added that every month between five and 10 cargoes of refined products were imported into the country and another five cargoes refined in Nigeria monthly.

    Dino said some particular companies were given to particular oil companies.

    “They charged between N20 to N25 per litre that is to say they are making about N2 billion monthly not accounted for, not deposited in the treasury. This is responsible for the high rate or price of diesel and even the scarcity in this country.

    “If there would be necessity”, if I have the nod of the Senate to bring a substantive motion on this, I will do so,” he said. 

    In his remarks, the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, asked Melaye to table a substantive motion today. 

    “It’s a very serious issue it goes to the core of the fight against corruption and also the issue of NNPC which is a great source of revenue for all of us and we will wait for that motion tomorrow (today), “he said.

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  • No one can stop us from grazing in the south — Fulani herdsmen

    01/May/2016 // 384 Viewers


    Herdsmen from different parts of Nigeria have stated that nobody can stop them from grazing their cattle in any part of the country, especially in the south. They described such restriction as unconstitutional.

    The nomads, who spoke to SUNDAY PUNCH under the auspices of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association, dismissed the ultimatums given by different groups for the herdsmen to vacate the southern part of the country.

    This is despite the fact that groups, including foremost Yoruba farmers’ pressure group and ethnic militia, Agbekoya Farmers Association of Nigeria in the South-West; the Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (South-East); the Independent Peoples of Biafra (South-East); and some ex-Niger Delta militants in the South-South, stated their readiness to defend their territories should herdsmen attack their communities again.

    Suspected Fulani herdsmen, who grazed their cattle from the northern part of the country to the southern part, had been accused of killing, raping and robbing members of their host communities.

    The Enugu incident, where several lives were lost, was the most recent.

    But the herdsmen, in separate interviews with our correspondents on Saturday, noted that it was wrong for people to restrict their movement as the constitution guaranteed their movement into any part of the country.

    The Chairman, Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association, Plateau State, Mr. Nuru Abdullahi, said nobody could deprive Fulani herdsmen of their constitutional right of free movement.

    Abdullahi said, “Why would they ask them not to go to the southern part of the country? It is their constitutional right to move freely as guaranteed by the laws of the land. What the various governments and security agencies should do is to prevent attacks and counter-attacks and such things that breed violence like cattle rustling and trespassing into farmlands.

    “The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria guarantees freedom of movement for every citizen of the country; this includes the right to live, work and carry out any legitimate activity in any part of the country. If and when you breach this freedom, then, the law should deal with you. So, asking anybody not to go to any part of the country is unconstitutional.”

    Also, the Chairman, MCBAN, North-West Zone, Mr. Ardo Ahmadu Suleiman, warned against criminalising all Fulani herdsmen over the attacks.

    He said, “We are law abiding citizens of Nigeria. The constitution forbids anybody or group from banning anybody’s movement from one part of the country to another. We have been staying peacefully with tribes across the country for ages. Therefore, for anyone to say he wants to ban Fulani from entering their land is uncalled for.”

    However, several socio-cultural and militia groups in the southern part of the country on Saturday stated their readiness to reject the invasion of their communities by Fulani herdsmen.

    Agbekoya gave the Federal Government a 14-day ultimatum to stop the incessant attacks by suspected Fulani herdsmen on farmers in Yorubaland even as it vowed to retaliate any attack on its members.

    The position of the group was made known by its National Publicity Secretary, Mr. Olatunji Bandele, in a telephone interview with one of our correspondents on Saturday.

    According to Bandele, if the Federal Government fails to act decisively within the stipulated time, the Agbekoya will have to defend its people with whatever means at its disposal.

    Bandele said the association held an emergency meeting last Thursday where it discussed the incessant onslaught by Fulani herdsmen against Yoruba farmers, especially in the Oke Ogun area of Oyo State.

    He stated that if the situation was not brought under control, the group  would “close down all markets in the South West; make sure that Fulani herdsmen do not enter any village in Yoruba land with their cows. And if they dare enter, they are doing it at their own risk.

    “We have alerted Agbekoya South West warriors across Yorubaland to be battle ready in case the Fulani herdsmen do not heed our warning because this thing has continued for the past four to five years now.”

    Bandele added, “We have other security measures that we are taking but keeping to ourselves. If the Fulani herdsmen failed to heed our warning and they dare enter Yorubaland, they will be doing so at their own risk. We are waiting for the Federal Government to take decisive action.”

     The deadline, he added, started to read from last Thursday.

     Asked if the group was now arming its members against the reported sophisticated fire arms of the suspected herdsmen, Bandele said, “We are not bothered with whether they carry arms or not, we will deal with the Fulani herdsmen hands down. We have done it before. The Agbekoya fought a 14-month war with the military. That was in 1968/69. We have instructed our warriors. Anywhere they kill farmers again, we will move in.”

    Asked what the association would do per chance any part of Yoruba land was attacked, he said, “We will retaliate.”

    The leader of MASSOB, Mr. Uchenna Madu, lamented that Igbo people had been “talking and talking” while they watched their people being killed. He stated that it was time for “action” to end killings by herdsmen.

    Madu said, “The Fulani herdsmen are cowards. After the recent attacks, they ran away. If they mean business, let them wait for Ndi’gbo and we will engage them man-to-man.

    “It will be demeaning to ask us if we have the capability to confront them.”

    IPOB, another Igbo secessionist group which dismissed security agencies as failing to secure the people, alleged that Boko Haram had been disguising as herdsmen to attack parts of the country.

    The Publicity Secretary of IPOB, Mr. Emma Powerful, stated that the group would not be at the forefront of reprisals against criminal herdsmen in the region but would encourage those under attack to defend and retaliate in self defence.

    He said, “The world is watching IPOB; the plan was for us to retaliate the attacks by Fulani herdsmen but we will not do so. Rather, we will ask those who are under attack to defend themselves or get killed.

    “The international rule is that you have the right to self defence if your life is under threat; security agencies know that. Face whatever or whoever is going to kill you or you die.”

    Another Yoruba group, Oodua Peoples Congress, said although the Yoruba were perceived as accommodating, the group would not sit by and pretend as if all was well.

    The National Coordinator of the OPC, Mr. Gani Adams, told one of our correspondents in a telephone interview that the attacks by Fulani herdsmen in the region had gone out of hand.

    Adams said, “Nowadays, it is becoming too rampant in the South-West. Now, nobody is provoking the Fulani herdsmen; they are the ones taking laws into their hands, killing and maiming innocent people in their (victims’) communities.

    “These Fulani herdsmen may even be Boko Haram in disguise. If government is looking at this as if they are an influential tribe or race in Nigeria and that they can’t tackle it, it may become a very serious security treat.

    “We the Yoruba think that we are highly accommodating and that if a stranger who is living in our community has committed an offence, the law should take its own course. But I know for sure that the South-East will not allow their people to be maimed.”

    The Chairman of MCBAN in Bauchi State, Abdullahi Abubakar, told SUNDAY PUNCH that the association was planning to hold an emergency executive meeting on Monday or Tuesday to discuss the issues affecting herdsmen.

    Meanwhile, the Christian Association of Nigeria and the National Association of Nigerian Students have called on President Muhammadu Buhari to come out boldly and tackle the problem.

    The Chairman of CAN in the 19 Northern States, Rev. Yakubu Pam, said the President needed to be courageous in tackling his own people and condemning their terrible activities. - Punch

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  • Gov FAYOSE profile rises as IPOB declares, honours him 'Governor of BIAFRA', commends IKE EKWEREMADU, others for support

    01/May/2017 // 398 Viewers


    PARIS, MAY 1, 2017: (DGW) Governor Ayodele Fayose amid encomiums and praises over roles he played in the released of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been honoured by IPOB leaders as the Governor of Biafra.

    In a statement issued and signed by its media and publicity secretary Emma Powerful, IPOB praised Governor Fayose's courage for doing what no south-south or south-east governor did during Kanu's trial and travails.

    The statement read in part: “We also acknowledge the immense contributions of the honorary Biafran Gov. Ayodele Fayose who did what no south-east or south-south governor had the courage to do.”

    Also commended in the statement are Femi Fani-Kayode, Osita Chidoka,Femi Fani-Kayode.

    Others are Deputy Senate President, Dr Ike Ekweremadu, Pat Utomi, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, Enyinnaya Abaribe and others for their support in the release of its leader.

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  • Arrested ex-JIGAWA Gov, Sule Lamido, to remain in custody - Police

    01/May/2017 // 295 Viewers


    PARIS, MAY 1, 2017: (DGW)The Assistant Inspector General of Police, Mr Kayode Aderante, says former Governor of Jigawa State, Alhaji Sule Lamido, arrested in the early hours of Sunday is to remain in police custody until investigations are concluded.

    The ex-Governor was swooped down upon by police detectives on Sunday over what the police described as inciting statements allegedly made on a local radio programme.

    The Jigawa State Government reportedly lodged a complaint to the police which proceeded to arrest the former governor.

    According to the police in Kano, the statement was capable of causing an affray and a breach of public peace and the offence is contrary to section 114 of Nigeria's penal code.

    Aderanti said, “The invitation was as a result of a complaint we received from the Jigawa State Government on April 27, following inciting statements alleged to have been made on a local radio by Lamido.

    “The Jigawa State Government alleged that the former Governor called on his supporters in the state to stop the conduct of the upcoming local council polls in the state by all means,” he said.

    Lamido, according to police sources in Kano, would be charged to court for prosecution as soon as investigations are concluded.

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  • You cannot wish away BIAFRA - IWUANYANWU reminds all

    01/May/2017 // 1416 Viewers


    PARIS, MAY 1, 2017: (DGW) A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, has said that BIAFRA can not be wished away.

    He stated this at Amokwe in Udi Local Government Area of Enugu State during a condolence visit to the families of the late political scientist Prof Godwin Odenigwe.

    Reacting to the release of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) the business mogul and former presidential candidate said there was justification to have detained Kanu in the first place because he did not commit any offence by merely asking for Biafra.

    Speaking further he said the Hausas are Arewas, Yorubas Oduduwas while the Igbos are Biafrans.

    According to him, “I have always said that was no reason detaining Nnamdi Kanu. In the law of this country which I know unless you have arms. Nnamdi Kanu didn’t commit any treason. Treason is when you take up arms against the government, he didn’t take up any arms, there was no reason whatsoever for detaining him because everybody has the right to say I want Biafra, everybody has the right to say I want Biafra. For God’s sake, I’ve made it clear to people that Biafra is for the Igbo. Hausas are Arewas, Yorubas are Oduduwas and we are Biafrans.”

    “There is a problem we have because Biafra fought a war and people are ashamed to say they are Biafrans but I am not afraid to say I am a Biafran. Biafra is part of Nigeria, Arewa is part of Nigeria, Oduduwa is part of Nigeria; all of us are there”.

    According to him the issues of treason can only arise in a situation a person from any part of Nigeria takes up arms to secede from Nigeria, “but if one is just saying by words of mouth, it’s just an ordinary expression of public opinion. There is no law that makes such a person get convicted by just saying we want to secede, it’s a right of expression.”

    Continuing Iwuanyanwu said, “If I come and say I want Biafra, it’s no offence. To the best of my knowledge, Kanu didn’t have any violent means; all he said was that he wanted Biafra. He shouldn’t have been detained in the first place, I said it long ago. I said the government is making him a hero but people misquoted me and said I said the government should jail him.

    “No, I said that getting an innocent person, putting him in prison, they are making him a hero. So what Nnamdi Kanu is now is a hero because of all these. So he has not committed any offence and shouldn’t have been in detention in the first place.

    “But there are also some parts of Igbo, who since after the war, they don’t want to talk about Biafra. You cannot wish away Biafra, Biafra is there just like you can’t wish away Oduduwa or Arewa.”

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  • MAY DAY: Nationwide jubilation as NIGERIAN GOVERNORS send powerful message to NIGERIANS

    01/May/2017 // 2914 Viewers


    PARIS, MAY 1, 2017: (DGW) As Workers Day is being celebrated in many countries on Monday, the State Governors in Nigeria have assured that they will continue to address the plight of workers in their states.

    This assurance was contained in their various messages to mark the  Day.

    For instance, Oyo State Governor  Abiola Ajimobi  has promised to spare no effort in ensuring that the state clears the four-month salary arrears, assuring the workers that he feels their pains in the face of the biting economic dictates.

    The governor made the promise in a congratulatory message to the workers by his Special Adviser, Communication and Strategy, Mr. Yomi Layinka, on Sunday, on the occasion of this year’s Workers’ Day.

    Ajimobi urged the workers to continue to put in their very best and key into the state government’s reform agenda aimed at enhancing productivity and ultimately the internally generated revenue.

    The governor said, “I congratulate the entire workforce in Oyo State including those in the private and informal sectors. This year’s Day has provided another opportunity for you all to take stock and assess your performance.

    “I can say without any equivocation that workers in Oyo State are among the very best you can find anywhere in the country. But, for the few yet to embrace the new order of hard work, accountability, dedication and commitment I urge you join the train.

    “On our part as government we are exploring many opportunities to enhance the internally generated revenue of the state. We will spare no effort to ensure that we clear the four-month salary arrears. I urge you to play your part dutifully to achieve this.

    “No doubt, times are hard because of the pervading poor state of the economy. I feel your pains and I’m optimistic that we shall soon sing a new song of prosperity and abundance. May none of you be missing by that time.”

    Ajimobi prayed for a hazard-free 2017 for the workers in the state as the year enters the second quarter, while he also prayed for good health for the workforce to celebrate more workers’ days to come

    Kwara State Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed felicitated with workers   with assurance improved welfare.

    The Governor said the administration appreciated the cooperation, dedication and loyalty of workers and pledged to continue to reciprocate by enhancing their welfare and creating a more conducive atmosphere for higher performance.

    Stressing that the welfare of workers is paramount to the administration, Governor Ahmed said he will continue to accord it top priority in view of workers’ invaluable contributions to the development of the state.

    The Governor observed that the global economic recession has taken its toll on the national economy with a consequent unfortunate impact on salaries and pensions at the local government level. Maintaining that he is saddened by the situation, Dr Ahmed however emphasized that government will not shirk its responsibility to workers in the state.

    He commended workers for showing understanding and patience with government at this trying period as it strives to implement more people-oriented programs and projects for the benefit of the whole populace.

    Also, Delta State Governor Ifeanyi Okowa described Nigerian workers as “the driving force” of the country’s development due to their priceless contributions.

    In a statement on Sunday by his Chief Press Secretary, Charles Aniagwu, in Asaba , Okowa praised the resilience and commitment of workers in the state to his administration’s SMART Agenda.

    He described the contributions of workers to the economy as priceless and invaluable, assuring that the State Government will continue to ensure the welfare of workers by regular and prompt payment of their salaries and allowances.

    Okowa acknowledged the challenges facing pensioners, NULGE and teachers in the state, adding that the State Government will continue to collaborate with Local Government councils in the state to tackle the payment of salaries of NULGE and Primary school teachers.

    “As we mark this year’s Workers’ Day, I commend Nigerian workers for their significant contributions to the growth and development of the nation’s economy.

    “As a government, we believe that workers deserved to be motivated and appreciated for the roles they are playing in ensuring increased productivity, stable government and virile economy.” he said

    Governor Okowa further assured that his administration would continue to guarantee the safety and well-being of workers in the state.

    While restating his administration’s commitment to addressing the challenges confronting staff of the state Civil Service, Governor Okowa solicited for the understanding and cooperation of all workers in the state towards the realisation of his administration’s vision of a prosperous Delta state.

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  • IPOB blows hot, gives conditions for peace

    01/May/2017 // 599 Viewers


    PARIS, MAY 1, 2017: (DGW) THE Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), yesterday demanded the release of all pro-Biafra supporters that are still being held in detention facilities across Nigeria and members of the Niger Delta Avengers.

    This was contained in a statement made by IPOB spokesperson Emma Powerful while urging IPOB members worldwide to remain strong. However, he says the release of its leader Nnamdi Kanu was a welcome development. 

    While expressing concern over other members still in detention, IPOB spokesperson said they must be released or there would be no peace.

    He said, “They too must be released with immediate effect or there will be no peace.” 

    “At IPOB, we do not abandon our own. Bright Ishinwa, Benjamin Madubugwu, David Nwawuisi, Chidiebere Onwudiwe and others must be released including those abducted from Niger Delta in the name of war against Niger Delta Avengers.

    “We are not unmindful of the positive role played by some individuals in various stages of the process to release our leader. On this note, we wish to commend some South-East and South-South political leaders, especially those that exhibited the rare courage to openly identify with the plight of our leader and the need to free him from detention.''


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  • GAMBIA, NIGERIA: How Nigeria secretly spent tens of millions of dollars to remove JAMMEH via Central Bank, Intelligence agencies and cash

    01/May/2017 // 8144 Viewers


    By Austyn Ogannah

    Watchers and followers of American history would readily admit that one of the most enduring scandals of the Ronald Reagan Administration was the clandestine sale of arms to Iran, at the time a sworn enemy of the US, with some of the proceeds sent to a South American Rebel group in cash. This scandal generally referred to as the Iran-Contra Affair, led to an unreserved apology to the American people by President Reagan on 13th August 1987.

    In a slightly related circumstance, about 3 months to the end of the Barack Obama administration, news broke that the US administration had ferried over $1.7 billion equivalent in foreign cash to the Iranian government. The monies drawn from the Federal Reserve Bank, the equivalent of our Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), were paid in “Swiss Francs, euros and other currencies”, the department of Treasury later confirmed.

    The covert payment to Iran was also used as leverage to guarantee the release of four American prisoners.

    One can also recall the scandal that broke in February 2000 when it was alleged that about US$20 million was paid in cash from Germany's intelligence agency, known as the BND, to the favoured political parties from 1974 to 1982 while Helmut Schmidt, a Social Democrat, was chancellor.

    It is an open knowledge that elite intelligence agencies like the CIA, MOSSAD, MI5 and others, mostly prefer to fund their operations in cash for ease and also so as not to leave money trails. It doesn’t matter what the operation is - whether it is to topple a foreign government, protect the homeland or counter-terrorism, etc., the mode of transaction is preferably cash. This is why their budgets are called black budgets – their dealings are opaque – no records – no receipts - It is that simple.

    I have never read or heard in the news where the central banks of these governments are being vilified and hounded for funding these duly approved cash requests except of course lately in Nigeria. Why is this so? Your guess is as good as mine – the politics of power.

    The Central Bank of Nigeria is the banker of the federal government and its corresponding agencies. The relationship we have with our banks is the same one that these government agencies maintain with the CBN. For example, if I write you a cheque and you take it to the bank for payment, the teller will simply pay you, if my account is funded and the signature(s) match. In fact, sometimes you are asked, “How do you want your money – N1000 or N500 notes”. The teller is not going to ask you what you intend to do with the money nor will they ask the account owner why he/she is giving money to the person withdrawing.

    I am using this simple analogy to highlight the disgraceful and dangerous plot being executed by some powerful but disgruntled persons to continue to taint and discredit an institution as sensitive as the CBN because it made duly authorised payments to security agencies for clandestine operations. Even though the cash payment being investigated now occurred during the administration of Goodluck Jonathan, reliable sources within the intelligence and financial industry confirm that this practice of paying cash to intelligence agencies such as the NIA, NSA, SSS, and Defence Ministry, is so routine that it has undoubtedly continued under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari. If indeed this administration found it so horrible that the CBN pays cash to these agencies, why did it continue this practice? Is your guess as good as mine—politics? Giving a dog a bad name so as to kill it?

    The disgraceful infighting amongst our so-called elite security agencies which has led to washing of their dirty linens in public is a huge embarrassment to not only the federal government but to Nigerians in general. (Let me leave this for future discuss but suffice it to note that the Osinbajo Panel and President Buhari should heed the warnings of Prof. Bolaji Akinyemi on this matter).

    For those who have not read the Sunday piece by the respected foreign affairs professor and former Foreign Minister, let me quote some paragraphs:

    “External intelligence officers, otherwise called spies, do not operate under the same operational penalties as domestic intelligence officers.

    “Under no circumstances should the report of the panel in as far as it relates to the activities of the NIA be made public and no more leaks from the panel… Normally, foreign intelligence activities are shrouded in secrecy, and not in the glare of publicity.”

    “… Countries go to incredible lengths to hide the identities of their agents both domestic and foreign and their operations. No receipts get issued. Budgets are called black budgets because they are never publicly acknowledged.”

    The CBN since its founding in 1958 has been paying out cash to government and its agencies to fund various operations whether they are covert or otherwise. This practice has been standard under all Presidents including this one. The CBN since the past leadership of Roy Pentelow Fenton through Clement Isong, Adamu Ciroma, Paul Ogwuma, Lamido Sanusi and now Godwin Emefiele at various times have paid out millions of dollars in cash to the federal government and security agencies to fund one operation or another. In fact, I gathered that Nigeria’s last intervention in The Gambia that led to the eventual peaceful ousting of strongman Yahyah Jammeh from power in January was funded by tens of millions of dollars in cash provided by the CBN to the Defence/NSA.

    My point is, we must stop this silly culture of destroying the integrity of our revered institutions because of selfish interests and agendas. If any person or group wants to take up issues with how Nigeria’s funds are being spent then it must channel that effort to the right office and not the CBN. The CBN is just a bank – it has a civic and constitutional duty to pay when a mandate is presented with all approving signatories verified and of course with the account holders’ account funded accordingly.

    * Austyn Ogannah is the Publisher of THEWILL Newspaper (www.thewillnigeria.com) and an advocate of governance wrote from the USA.

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  • Dr IKE EKWEREMADU makes stunning revelation on why he joined politics

    01/May/2017 // 541 Viewers


    PARIS, MAY 1, 2017: (DGW) The Deputy President of the Senate, Dr Ike Ekweremadu, has made a very stunning revelation on why he joined politics.

    He made the disclosure while speaking to leaders of Udi North Forum who paid him a solidarity visit.

    Senator Ekweremadu said he had a compelling need to join politics to address the issue of marginalisation of his people by using his position and good offices to influence government decisions as he lauded the development strides of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State, who he said was undertaking projects across the State.

    He said “I joined Politics to address the issue of marginalisation by influencing government policies which will help in providing the needs of the people.

    “I can see and feel marginalisation in Udi North and my vision is to change the fortunes of the people of the area for good, that’s why most of our projects in the areas of water, roads, and electricity are sited in places where the people can not help themselves”.

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  • Amara Zino Okezie escapes death after an encounter with a python in Edo State (See photo)

    01/May/2017 // 1057 Viewers

    PARIS, MAY 1, 2017: (DGW) In thanks to God, a Benin-based young lady, Amara Zino Okezie, took to the social media to tell the world how she narrowly escaped death.

    In the picture below Christabel is seen holding a big python that was to cause her untimely death.

    The incident reportedly took place somewhere in Benin City, Edo State.

    Expressing gratitude to God on her Facebook account where she shared the picture with a caption, she wrote "My enemy for don die today.''
    "Thank God for life. God is great look at what he saved me from.
    "I stepped On it at my compound then it stood up ready to attack and then i raised alarm."



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