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pages home about us contact us editorial board opinion letter to the editor select menu search select menu home politics news headlines society entertainment business sports columnists leadership unscripted with dr. anthony ubani a day with ckn liberal thoughts with steve ayorinde my musing with segun arinze int'l news news on nigerians in diaspora slider market update market update politics society ‹ › business/economy news headlines entertainment apo news breaking news gainers market gainers gainers losers market losers losers normal 0 false false false en-us x-none x-none former president olusegun obasanjo reviewed the performance of the president muhammadu buhari government in the last 21 months and concluded that the government has not performed creditably well in the area of economy and foreign affairs. he however noted that the buhari administration has stepped up efforts on the foreign policy segment and gave kudos to the president in the way he has been piloting the affairs of the country. speaking in an interactive session with the guardian at his hilltop presidential mansion in abeokuta, friday, obasanjo noted that leadership was not about age, but quality of the individual, stressing that buhari has performed creditably in the areas of fighting insurgency and securing the country. his words: “i don’t know about what is your direction or wrong direction. but what i know is that president buhari has not disappointed me. from what i know of him and what he has done, he has not disappointed me. “you can come to whatever conclusion you want to. in my book i said, and that is not running him down; i said he is not strong on the economy and he is not. in fact, i also said he is not strong on foreign affairs, although he has somewhat improved on foreign affairs. “but in the areas we know he is strong, he is doing his best. he is doing his best in fighting insurgency; he is trying his best in trying to fight corruption. so where you are facing is entirely unto you. you may be facing east or west or north.” on the issue of youth empowerment, the former president expressed dismay at the absence of commensurate opportunities for the teeming population of young people, pointing out that quite unlike during his own time when there was only one university, there are more than 150 universities in the country. “i pity the youths, they have more facilities than in my time, but they lack opportunities. what we need is to create more opportunities,” he added, recalling that when he left secondary school, he got employment offers from five establishments, including a teaching job. the former president also clarified his position on the issue of zoning of the presidency to the southeast in 2019, pointing out that it was merely a passing allusion to the underlying factors that give rise to agitations leading to the southern kaduna crisis. he stated: “the christian association of nigeria, (can) abeokuta chapter, came to meet me about the situation in southern kaduna. before then, i had been briefed by the governor (of kaduna state, malam nasir el-rufai), bishop (matthew hassan) kukah, general (martin luther) agwai (retd), who hail from the area. “so i gave them my own understanding of the situation. i said the southern kaduna issue is historical, cultural, religious and political. that if you want to resolve the issue, you now take all these issues together. and i said, the problem is that when we fail to attend to what is important at the time that we should attend to it and then it boomerangs on our face, we don’t have anybody to blame. “i said here in ogun state, we have a bit of southern kaduna problem. i said since ogun state was created, we have had four elected governors. we have three senatorial districts, east, west and central; it (the governorship) has rotated between east and central. and i said the west has not produced the governor, i don’t know when you will get there, but if you don’t get there when you should get there and the west decides to go into agitation, you have yourself to blame.” speaking on the age-long animosity between him and the nobel laureate, prof. wole soyinka, dating from when soyinka opposed his aspiration for the position of secretary general of the united nations (un), chief obasanjo noted that contrary to public perception, he does not hold grudge. “i don’t hold grudge, he added. “(but) wole soyinka is not god and i don’t believe that there is any human being that is absolutely right. wole soyinka, has what i believe he has, he is a gifted person in his own way. “but soyinka is not an orator. i cannot accept it when wole soyinka makes cathedral statements on everything. when he does what is right i will commend him, when he does what is not right i will criticize him. wole soyinka is a populist i am not a populist, so you got it wrong and you should get it right.” on the development of his presidential library project, which is the first in the country and africa; the former president said some observers may describe what he is doing at the presidential library as madness, saying it is not something you do because you want to make money. “if you want to do something that is not popular, you must have a touch of madness. history is very good, it is like memory. i have continued to say it, that as a country we have been careless about institutional memory, for instance, if you go to what we call the national museum, you will weep,” he surmised. source:guardian business normal 0 false false false en-us x-none x-none in continuation of its anticorruption war, the federal government says it has recovered n57.9 billion and $666.676 million from fines on disobedient corporate organisations, looted funds, and voluntary return of illicitly acquired assets. attorney general of the federation and minister of justice, abubakar malami, san, disclosed this on thursday in abuja. malami spoke while defending the 2017 budget of the federal ministry of justice before the senate committee on judiciary, human rights and legal matters. minister of information and culture, lai mohammed, had revealed a fortnight ago that the federal government had recovered looted funds to the tune of $151 million and n8 billion from three sources through whistle-blowers. mohammed stated on february 12 in lagos that the amount did not include $9.8 million cash recently recovered from a former group managing director of the nigerian national petroleum corporation, andrew yakubu, also through the whistle-blower policy. under the whistle-blower policy of the federal government, any successful whistle blower, who provides relevant information leading to the recovery of looted funds, is entitled to five per cent of the recovered money. malami’s media aide said, “daily successes being recorded is responsible” for the different fund recovery figures from the information and justice ministries. “recoveries are on-going, day in day out, and figures keep changing by every recovery success story. we are not stagnated in recovery sense. we keep making progress by the day.” giving details of the latest recoveries in a statement yesterday, malami’s special adviser on media and publicity, mr salihu isah, said, “n50 billion was the fine paid by mtn telecommunications company while n7 billion and $10 million were recovered from private residences.” the minister said n90 million was voluntarily returned, while $250 million was under interim forfeiture from proceeds of oil bunkering, $136.676 million was awaiting actual remittance, and $270 million was the federal government’s fund recovered from commercial banks. isah added in the statement that malami told the senate committee that his ministry operated without a capital budget in 2016. “our budgetary proposal of n18, 528,093,480 was not appropriated thereby compelling the ministry to operate on a zero capital budget,” he stated. the statement quoted malami as saying, “i am happy to state, however, that we as a ministry recorded modest achievements in the act of contributing to the revenue generation of the federal government, notwithstanding the zero capital budget.” the budgetary allocation to the justice ministry this year is n 6,914,774,768, as against n3, 921,612,815 last year. from the n6,914,774,768, personnel cost takes the largest chunk of n4,278,824,404, legal services takes n1,000,006,899, n946,834,670 goes to overhead, while capital expenditure takes n689,108,794. the minister pointed out that the personnel cost covered the allowances of nigerian lawyers providing legal services within the west african sub-region and also reflected the harmonisation of the salaries of state counsels in the ministry. “the personnel cost of n 4,278,824,404 includes the allowances for the ministry’s lawyers serving in the gambia and reflects the harmonisation of the salaries of the state counsel in the ministry as approved by the administration of president muhammadu buhari in 2016, after over 20 years of agitation by state counsel in the ministry.” malami also said that the legal services subhead involved the core mandate of the ministry, including payment of legal fees to external solicitors engaged by the ministry. “this subhead has been allocated the sum of n1, 000,006,898, as against n843, 563,146 allocated in 2016, representing an increase of n156, 443,753,” about 18.5 per cent increase, the statement said. the minister, however, stated that the funds allocated for legal services were still inadequate in view of the challenges that might arise from the subheads ultimately. according to him, “given the enormous additional responsibilities on the ministry arising from the passage of the administration of criminal justice act (acja) 2015 as well as the increase in the quantum of other activities currently being pursued by the ministry, this amount is, unarguably, grossly inadequate and will, unfortunately, overstretch the ministry’s capacity to cope to the maximum in the light of the prevailing realities.” he, nevertheless, expressed optimism that the n689, 108,794 allocated to the ministry this year for capital projects would boost its performance index. “the projects, if implemented, will greatly enhance our capacity for effectiveness and improved service delivery and, undoubtedly, encourage and motivate our lawyers to give their best in the service of our dear nation,” the agf stated. source:thiday business normal 0 false false false en-us x-none x-none nollywood actress tonto dikeh on friday disclosed that she had been using her social media accounts to fake receiving expensive gifts from her husband. she stated this on her instagram @tontolet while responding to advice from her fans persuading her to have a rethink over her marriage. the nollywood actress said she had been using her social media platform to lie and paint her husband the good man he is today, as her union with him ‘was all a sham’. according to her, all the cars and jewelleries she flashed on social media were not bought for her by him. she wrote: “[that] i posted stuffs my ex-husband bought for me doesn’t make it true. i used my platform to lie, to make him the man he is today. she said people could “fake it till you make it but don’t live in your lies,”while saying her marriage was a sham. the mother of one alleged that she treated so many sexually transmitted diseases (std’s) while being married to the man she called husband. “nobody knows how many stds i have treated or pain i know in marriage. if laughter is all they have, then the karma that bites me awaits them all. “thanks for your love. yes no marriage is perfect but mine was based on gross lies, deceit, scam and many more darkness. “i loved the man no one begged me to, i take all the blame.” “so don’t come at me with the bullshit of enjoying this man’s money. “ i have not started talking, i will bare it all but there is time for everything. “i care now for the stds because i am no longer naive. i am a mother who wants to live long for my child. “i am not a saint and cheating is not the only reason i took the forever walk, “she added. the actress got married in 2015 and has a son from the union. entertainment - slider normal 0 false false false en-us x-none x-none mr john idumange, the general manager, radio bayelsa “glory fm”, on friday confirmed that he flogged four union leaders of the station in self-defence. idumange told the news agency of nigeria (nan) on friday in yenagoa that the incident happened on monday after the unions shut down the fm station operated by the state government. the radio bayelsa chapel of nigeria union of journalists (nuj) and radio television and theatre arts workers union (rattawu) had alleged that idumange was running the station outside public service rules. idumange, who explained the details of the incident to nan, alleged that the unions in the station were working against his reforms aimed at repositioning the broadcast outfit. “at about 7.20 p.m on monday, the day rattawu and nuj embarked on strike, i heard voices near my window. so i went out to see what was happening. i saw four persons, one of them a lady.” “i could recognise tonye yemoleigha, one of the union leaders, who was wearing a white shirt. i asked why they were there after chasing away all the workers,” he said. according to him, “tonye stood up and asked if the compound belonged to me. at that point i discovered he was ready for a fight but i did not budge.” “he brought his hands near my eyes so i blocked it. i had learnt karate years back. one of them threw a chair at me and they all rushed to fight me. i had to fight back in self-defence.” “they could have beaten me up but my karate skills rescued me,” he said. idumange, who was appointed on dec. 6, 2016, claimed that he recently uncovered a n5.7 million fraud and redeployed some staff. “the transferred workers have been meeting with them at nuj centre, they benefited from the corruption and are fighting back,” idumange said. reacting, mr tonye yemoleigha, the nuj chairman in radio bayelsa, said that the unions had reported the incident at ekeki police division. “four of us, myself and three staff were flogged by idumange himself. the report that it was thugs is inaccurate. it was the general manager himself that attacked and beat us up.” “we have reported the matter to the ekeki police division and sought medical attention at the federal medical centre, yenagoa.” “workers have been constantly intimidated and threatened for no just cause.” “mr john angese, bayelsa council chairman of nuj who is a staff of radio bayelsa, has also been threatened with a sack.” “we are all being victimised for insisting that the general manager complies with public service rules.” “we have been under siege since he was appointed on dec. 6, 2016. we are not opposed to re-positioning the station which is in our interest, but we want the procedure to follow due process,” yemoleigha said. nan reports that after the station went off air, the management mobilised armed security men and few employees who rebuffed the strike and reopened the station. yemoleigha said that workers of the station were not opposed to staff redeployment. “but we are insisting that the unions should also be part of the process to ensure that the best hands are not sacrificed on the altar of nepotism, sentiment or witch-hunt.” “we are also aware of the alleged n5 million payroll fraud which idumange claimed to have uncovered which has been referred to the police for investigation.” “ordinarily, in line with established procedures, an investigative panel should have been instituted to look into the matter and come up with a report with which management would act.” “all these are expressly spelt out in the public service rules; however, we are also requesting for a copy of the police report after their investigation,” yemoleigha said. source:nan business normal 0 false false false en-us x-none x-none acting president, professor yemi osinbajo has summoned the inspector general of police, ibrahim idris to aso rock following the resurgence of violence in southern kaduna. this is coming amidst additional security measures, including a total deployment of 15,285 policemen last week to the area in southern kaduna. informed sources disclosed that the acting president summoned the ig toward last weekend, wanting to know why despite the security measures put in place and with the level of attention drawn to the area, the resurgence of violence resulting in the deaths of 21 persons was still possible in the area. it was learnt further that osinbajo had summoned the igp to find out what the police was doing to arrest the situation and to also issue further directives on restoring law and order to the affected communities. the immediate outcome of the igp’s meeting with the acting president was the intensification and adoption of a set of additional security measures that would help contain the situation. besides deploying over 15,000 cops to the area, it was also learnt that the police high command has now concluded arrangements for the establishment of a new police squadron in kafanchan, kaduna state, as part of broad measures adopted to curb the violence. it was gathered that 18 armored personnel carriers (apcs) and a unit of belarus-trained police special forces have been deployed to the area. the police, in addition, have now increased helicopter surveillance in the entire area to prevent a recurrence of violence in the communities. besides, the police have so far arrested 38 suspects linked to the violence while 29 firearms have been recently recovered. the igp, the source said, has further assured that there will now be stronger police presence and security in southern kaduna. source:tribune society older posts home subscribe to: posts (atom) uba yandi online frsc recent posts oops! make sure javascript is enabled in your browser. one on one with ckn oops! make sure javascript is 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