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Military Gives Militia December To Vacate TARABA, Benue, Nasarawa

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Authorities of Operation Whirl Stroke (OPWS) have given all militia groups terrorizing residents of Benue, Taraba and Nasarawa up to December to vacate the states or risk forceful eviction.
The military operation is responsible for maintaining peace and order in the three states currently facing threats of insurgency. Commander of the military operation, Maj.-Gen. Adeyemi Yekini, announced the deadline while speaking to newsmen on Tuesday in Makurdi. Yekini said that insurgents still hiding in areas currently inaccessible in the three states due to rough terrain, would be flushed out before December.
According to him, the rains and the bad roads have halted our advances into the hinterlands where pockets of the insurgents are still hiding. He, however, assured that with the dry season fast approaching, there would be no limits to advances and attacks on the insurgents.
The commander said “so far, we have facilitated a total number of 150, 000 IDPs to their homes in Benue State” and assured that the IDPs would be given adequate protection in their various villages. He said that the herdsmen militia and other militia groups in the state, especially the Gana gang, must vacate the states or risk forceful eviction. He attributed the delay in the return of some IDPs to their homes to security and socio-economic challenges and appealed to the various state governments to support efforts to resettle the displaced.
“It’s not because of security challenges alone that IDPs are not returning home, people are there as economic IDPs because the resources to actually go back on their own without some form of assistance is not available for them. Policeman, 3 others killed as armed men invade Benue community “So, I think that the state government should be looking at the model that was adopted by Nasarawa state whereby when the people were going back home, the government intervened and provided some seedlings.
“The government also gave them building materials, and even cash, to enable them go back home.
“Even those who have returned home, many of them still return to the camps to eat in the day time.
“They’re not permanently in the camp; many of them are just there because of lack of resources for them to return to their homes and not because of security,” Yekini explained. He also confirmed the killing of the wife of Gana and 12 members of his gang, adding that the operation had neutralized no fewer than 100 criminal elements in the state.

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Revealed: PDP’s $3m per state cash-for-vote plot

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•Ex-INEC chief named in deal •Peace Panel member romances opposition •Party denies claim
Security agencies have uncovered how the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has allocated about $3million (N1.8billion) to each state branch of the party, allegedly for inducement of voters.
The cash was remitted before last Saturday’s postponement elections, but most state chapters were finding it difficult to change the cash to naira because of the surveillance on Bureau De Change operators by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the Department of State Services (DSS).
Also, the agencies have intercepted alleged compromise of some officers of the Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC), policemen and other security agents in some states.
The intelligence report, including the alleged implication of a former top official of INEC, may be presented to the chairman of the electoral commission, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, by the security agencies.
A former Resident Electoral Commissioner is believed to be neck-deep in the massive cash-for-votes plot.
Besides, a member of the National Peace Committee headed by former Head of State Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar has been fingered in “political romance” with the opposition, contrary to the mandate of the group.
The popular thinking is that the PDP has hidden under the guise of “logistics” to allocate about $3million (N1.8billion) per state, which security agencies discovered that it was for inducement of voters.
Based on the 36 states, about $111million (N66.6billion) has been deployed by the leading opposition party to influence voters.
The intelligence report indicated that the money was different from the cash allocated to “compromise some officers of INEC, policemen and security agents in some states” which had been marked by security agencies.
An intelligence source said: “ Reports so far have showed that the main opposition party has allocated $3m(N1.8billion) to each of its state chapters under the guise of logistics for the general elections.
“But intelligence confirmed that the cash is for vote buying with about N400,000 devoted to some polling units out of the nation’s 120,000.
“Some of the huge cash cannot be converted to Naira because of the surveillance on Bureau De Change operators by the EFCC and DSS.
“And most banks have become circumspect in view of a similar experience in 2015 in which about N23.9 poll bribery cash was shared through their branches.”

The source, who pleaded not to be named because of the “sensitivity” of the matter, gave insights into the alleged compromise of some INEC officers through a former top shots of the electoral commission who had been engaged as consultants.
The source added: “Detectives also discovered a ‘grand compromise’ of some INEC officers, policemen and others in some states. A former INEC top officer and ex-Resident Electoral Commissioner are implicated in the plans to compromise the nation’s electoral integrity.
“These former top INEC officers were found to have played a key role in the recruitment of the ad hoc staff in some strategic states by using internal links/ surrogates in INEC to perfect their plot. Many officers in INEC, who were recruited by these former officers, are still loyal to them.
“These ex-officers had infiltrated the system and could cause any sabotage of the poll at any point, if it does not favour those who hired them. This is why it is easier for the opposition to have every detail about the movement and actions of INEC chairman and his National Commissioners.
“The intelligence report will be made available to the Chairman of INEC, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, especially as it relates to its field officers in some states.
“As for policemen and other security agents, the appropriate authorities are handling specific cases. And these issues will be attended to before the beginning of the poll on Saturday.”
Asked if the intelligence report has been made available to the National Peace Committee, the source said: “It is still an intelligence document as I speak with you now.
“The challenge we are having also is that a member of the committee has been fingered in a political romance with the opposition because of vested interests in some deals.
“Notwithstanding, the government will decide on how and when to brief relevant stakeholders.”
Reacting, INEC said it was unaware of the existence of a recording of the PDP corrupting its men.
In the leaked telephone conversation, a top government official in Rivers State was heard mapping out plans on how to win the last Saturday’s election, which was rescheduled.
INEC officials were said to have been settled to pave the way for the ruling party in the state.
Besides, names of the officials were mentioned in the conversation, which include officials from neighbouring states.
The government official could also be heard issuing out warning to kill any INEC officials who fails to cooperate after collecting money from the government.
However, INEC National Commissioner in charge of Information and Voter Education Committee, Mr. Festus Okoye, said the commission was yet to see the purported recording.
Okoye, who was responding to inquiry by The Nation, said: “I have not seen the recording you are alluding to.”
Also reacting, the PDP said the opposition party lacked the financial wherewithal to deploy such cash.
Its spokesman Kola Ologbodiyan: “We don’t have such funds anywhere, but we enjoy massive support and goodwill of a greater number of Nigerians. As an opposition party, where can we get that money.
“It was the same APC that mocked us a few weeks ago, saying that we were broke and that we could not fund our campaign. Now they have turned around to accuse us of spending such funds.
“Is it not strange that a ruling party is now portraying itself as the victim simply because they have been rejected by the people?
“Rather, it is the APC that has spent humongous amount on their campaign across the country and they are still spending. We have the figures and at the appropriate time we shall release them. For now, we are focused on the coming elections. So, we are very busy right now.”


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Anambra: Bishop Ezeokafor Reacts To Election Postponement

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The Catholic Bishop Of Awka Diocese, Most Reverend Paulinus Ezeokafor has called on Nigerians to take in good fate the last minute postponement of Saturday’s Presidential and National Assembly elections by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.

Nigeria’s national elections were scheduled to hold on, Saturday, February sixteen but was rescheduled to twenty third of February while the governorship and state assembly elections were shifted to march nine.
Bishop Ezeokafor who spoke to newsmen in Awka, the Anambra state capital said there is no sacrifice too much to be made just to get Nigeria to work for the good of every citizen.

He encouraged every eligible voter not to give up on INEC but ensure they participate by going out to cast their votes for the candidate of their choice on the new dates.
Bishop Ezeokafor also advocated more support for the country’s electoral umpire, adding that all hands must be on deck to achieving a successful two thousand and nineteen elections.
The Catholic bishop disagreed with those calling for the resignation of the INEC chairman, Prof. Mahmoud Yakubu, saying that such will bring more confusion to the already charged nation.

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Hoodlums Attack, INEC Vans, Personnel, Burn Materials On Election Eve In Akwa Ibom

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Eleven vehicles of the Independent National Electoral Commission conveying electoral officers and materials have been burnt by unknown hoodlums in Obot Akara local government area of Akwa Ibom state.

Two persons were said to have lost their lives in the attack that took place on the eve of election day.
Reacting to the incident, the state resident electoral commissioner, Mike Igini, condemned the attack and blamed it on politicians for using youths to perpetrate electoral violence to mar the electoral process for personal ambitions at the expense of the state.

Igini called for caution on the part of politicians and appealed to Nigerians on the postponement of the elections.
The INEC boss added that card readers dispatched to local government areas will be retrieved for reconfiguration.

 

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CJN Mohammed Swears In 17 Chairmen Of Election Tribunals

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The acting chief justice of Nigeria, Justice Tanko Mohammed has told chairmen and members of the election petition tribunal set up for the 2019 general elections to discharge their duties diligently.

Justice Mohammed gave the charge during the swearing-in of seventeen chairmen of the tribunal.
He, however, urged them to shun all temptations.
The acting CJN recently swore in two hundred and fifty members of the 2019 election petition tribunals.

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Anambra State Police Command Diary: Update On Fire Incident At Amawbia Roundabout

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It would be recalled that on the 9/2/2019 at about 8:30pm,there was a fire incident caused by Petrol Tanker explosion at Amawbia roundabout Awka in Anambra State.
So far, a total number of Seven Corpses were certified dead at various hospitals by medical Doctors while the only surviving victim was referred to the University Teaching hospital Nnewi and was admitted at the intensive care unit of the hospital.


Consequently, out of the seven Corpses confirmed dead, three are deposited at Amaku General Hospital Morgue, two at Regina Caeli Hospital and another two at Piston Hospital Morgue for postmortem examination.
Meanwhile, Situation was brought under control and obstruction cleared. Investigation is still ongoing.
SP Haruna Mohammed PPRO Anambra State Police Command.

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Seven Dead In Anambra Tanker Explosion

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Eyewitnesses said that the tanker driver, who was negotiating the Amawbia roundabout in Awka, lost control and fell sideways.
As a result, the tanker was engulfed by fire, killing several persons and destroying properties worth millions of Naira.

Anambra State Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps, Andrew Kumayi, who was at the scene, told AIT that about six other persons were rescued and taken to the hospital for medical attention.
A shop owner whose wares were destroyed spoke on what caused the accident, appealing for government’s assistance to rebuild the business.
The Police in Awka said that investigations are on to ascertain the cause of the accident.

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Acting IG-P Assures Neutrality of Police in the 2019 Elections

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The acting Inspector-General of Police (IG-P), Mr Mohammed Adamu, has assured candidates and political parties of police neutrality and fairness throughout the general elections.
Adamu gave the assurance at a National Sensitisation Workshop on Broadcast Media Coverage of 2019 General Elections organised by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) on Saturday in Abuja.
The workshop was themed: “Fake News, Hate Speech, Vote and PVC Buying”.
Represented by Commissioner of Police Kenneth Ebrimson, the acting IG-P pledged that the police would discharge its constitutional responsibilities professionally before, during and after the elections.
He described the theme of the workshop as very topical and timely, noting that hate speech and fake news is a very dangerous phenomenon that heat up polity and create disaffection.
Besides, he observed that the incidence of vote buying had taken ugly dimension in recent times, stating that vote buying promotes bad leadership, corruption and criminality.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, urged broadcasters to abide by the Broadcasting Code and relevant clauses related to the conduct of political broadcasting to avoid sanctions.
Mohammed, represented by the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Information and Culture, Ms Grace Isu-Gekpe, advised broadcasters to avoid being use by enemies of the state to broadcast hate speech and fake news.
He said that government had continued to show determination to stamp out hate speeches and fake news from broadcast content and other areas in the country.
According to him, government will not relent in its efforts to rid the electoral process of vote and PVC buying.
“Selling your vote or PVC is like selling your destiny and we should not allow ourselves to sale our destiny and when you do that you know what that means,” he advised.
The minister also enjoined the media to use their strategic positions to join hands with government to curb the menace of fake news, hate speech and vote buying in all ramifications.
He said that government was concern about the notorious prominence of hate speech and fake news in the country, saying “this is not good for our country and good people”.
In a paper titled “Hate Speech and Fake News are not Free Speech”, Prof. Jibo Ibrahim, urged NBC to intensify efforts to curb airing of contents that causes disaffection in the society.
Ibrahim cautioned politicians against inflammatory comment that was capable of creating violence in the country before, during and after the elections.

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Zik, Obiano & Nwodo: History Will Vindicate the Just.

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By Comrade Vincent Ezekwueme, CLO Chairman, Anambra State

Onyeabo Obi, widely regarded as among the three most effective senators in the Second Republic of 1979 to 1983—the others being Abraham Adesanya and Emeka Echeruo—made a soul-stirring statement to the Igbo recently. Senator Obi, according to Donac Pilot,a publication of the Anglican Diocese of Nnewi in Anambra State, has strongly advised Ndigbo against putting all their eggs in one basket as regards the 2019 general elections. His message couldn’t get to many Igbo because, as the aphorism goes, the medium is the message. The newspaper is not well known.

The senator, scion of the great Chief Z.C. Obi, the legendary president of the Igbo State Union, stated unequivocally: “We have to learn the politics of Nigeria. No tribe puts all her eggs in one basket. Imagine that your choice goes wrong. Then you are in enmity {with the victor} in the next four years. The Yoruba have learnt that lesson. So have the Hausa and other tribes. It is time we grew up and not put all our eggs in one basket”.

It is, of course, only poor thinking and an awful strategy that could lead any persons to attempt to get Ndigbo, highly reputed across the globe for republicanism, to embrace in the 21stcentury what social scientists call groupthink. Groupthink may just be defined as social conformity, which is the enemy of innovation, creativity and rapid progress. Asian countries and territories have been making fantastic progress since they began to question and abandon old cultural values like groupthink. Propagandists, mind menders and autocrats love groupthink because the victims cannot challenge them.

Against this backdrop, it is curious that the leadership of Ohaneze Ndigbo, the apex socio-cultural organization of the Igbo, could still indulge in the old and risky practice of endorsing a presidential candidate in every general election and ordering all Igbo to comply. As Senator Obi has adumbrated above, African leaders are vengeful. In the inimitable language of the late Professor Ali Mazrui, the most published African scholar, African leaders have a long memory of hate. They reward those who voted for them and severely punish those who didn’t.

Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State deserves praise for calling the attention of the Ohaneze leadership to the dangerous enterprise of endorsement of a particular candidate during an election. At the meeting of Ohaneze’s inner caucus, known as Ime Obi, on Friday, January 24, Governor Obiano had planned to counsel participants not to adopt any of the candidates in the February 16 vote because it is not in the strategic interest of the Igbo for their apex socio-cultural organization to publicly back a particular candidate.

In the introduction to the second edition of his great novel, Arrows of God, Professor Chinua Achebe resists the temptation to name this novel his favourite, even though, according to him, he could be caught rereading it more than any other work of his. Prof Achebe notes that no wise parent proclaims any of his or her children the favourite in public without consequences. No wonder, once the Ohaneze president announced the adoption of a candidate, leading Ohaneze members like the secretary general rose against the action which is now threatening the organisation’s unity. Obiano foresaw this crisis and appropriately advised against such an endorsement.

It is painful, therefore, that the Anambra delegation sent by Governor Obiano to canvass the state’s position of neutrality couldn’t because the meeting in Enugu had ended long before the time it was announced it would hold. Indeed, both the processes leading to the Ime Obi meeting and the outcome are what the former British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, would describe as a conundrum wrapped in mystery. They are truly baffling.

Historians may never understand why the Ohaneze leadership would uncompromisingly insist on holding the Ime Obi meeting on January 24, the very day Nigeria’s president was leading the nation to commission a mausoleum built in Onitsha, Anambra State, in memory of Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe, who led Nigeria to independence in 1960 and had served as the country first indigenous Governor General and the first Senate President and was to become the first President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on October 1, 1963. What was so sacrosanct about January 24 that the Ohaneze leadership couldn’t shift the meeting by two or three days?

It is befuddling that the determination to erase the Great Zik of Africa in history is masterminded by Chief John Nnia Nwodo, the Ohaneze president whose father was made a minister in the Eastern Region by Zik, becoming the first person from Nsukka to be a minister. It is difficult to imagine any person from Nsukka other than Nnia Nwodo who could enthusiastically do what Nnia did on January 24. Nnia nwodo’s action may be likened to murder in the cathedral. Zik built the famous University of Nigeria at Nsukka. Zik relocated to Nsukka with his entire family at the end of the Nigerian Civil War in 1970 and lived there until he died in 1996 at 92. How else could he have demonstrated deep affection for this beautiful town and its fine people? Is what Nnia Nwodo has done the best way to immortalize the Great Zik? William Shakespeare writes most movingly: “I hate ingratitude in a man more than lying, vainness, blabbing, drunkenness, or any taint of vice whose strong corruption inhabits our frail blood”.

If the Federal Government was honouring Zik in Lagos where he grew up and Afenifere chose the same day to hold a meeting that could deny statutory members of its inner caucus an opportunity to attend and refused all entreaties to postpone it, Nwodo’s Ohaneze would have loudly and dramatically condemned it as “a calculated attempt to humiliate the Igbo nation”. If Nigeria was honouring Zik at Zungeru in Niger State where he was born and the Arewa Consultative Assembly elected to hold a crucial meeting the same time which could prevent key people from participating, Nwodo’s Ohaneze would have denounced it sensationally as part “of the grand design to marginalize Ndigbo in the national scheme of things”. But it is now Igbo elements like Nwodo dancing so joyously on the grave of the greatest Nigerian ever.

Good a thing that there are thoughtful and farsighted Igbo leaders like Senator Onyeabo Obi and Governor Obiano who can say no to sacrilege and courageously chart a new direction for Ndigbo. Obiano, for one, has declared November 16 a work-free day in Anambra and has been campaigning for the Federal Government to make Zik’s birthday a national holiday, as Ghanaians have done in memory of Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s first president who was tutored and mentored by Zik. As the Great Zik wrote in 1983, history will vindicate the just.

Ezekwueme is chairman, Civil Liberties Organisation, Anambra State.

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BREAKING: CCT Adjourns Onnoghen’s Trial To February 13

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The Code of Conduct Tribunal, CCT, on Monday, resumed the trial of the suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Justice Walter Onnoghen.

Justice Onnoghen was not present in court, but the counsels representing both parties were present.
Also at the Court of Appeal, hearing in the appeal filed by the suspended CJN challenging his stepping aside went on simultaneously.
The Tribunal Chairman, Danladi Umar, insisted that the trial must go on despite parties’ consensus on an adjournment.
The Defence Counsel, Adegboyega Awomolo, said the National Judicial Council, NJC, is expecting Onnoghen’s response to a petition, which will lapse on Wednesday.

Umar got involved in a heated argument with the defence counsel but the prosecution counsel salvaged the situation when he asked the Tribunal to stand down for 30 minutes.
Thereafter, Awomolo and the bench pacified the Tribunal.
Chairman of the Tribunal then adjourned the trial to February 13, stating that the position of the law is that the defendant should show up to take his plea.

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Nigerian appeal court rules tribunal can try suspended chief judge

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A Nigerian appeals court ruled on Wednesday that a code of conduct tribunal can try the country’s top judge, who has been suspended for allegedly breaking wealth declaration rules, according to a Reuters witness.
The legal case has raised fears of interference in the Feb. 16 presidential election, after President Muhammadu Buhari last week suspended Walter Onnoghen from the position where he would have a key say in resolving any disputes after the vote. Onnoghen has not responded to the allegations.

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