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|Politics / Fashola: Fg’s 795 Ongoing Projects Will Lift Millions Out Of Poverty by limcar: 8:45am On Sep 24|
The Minister of Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, yesterday said the ongoing 895 contracts and 795 infrastructural projects nationwide were part of President Muhammadu Buhari administration’s plan to lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty.
Speaking at the 27th meeting of the National Council on Works and Housing, taking place in Bauchi State, the minister argued that embarking on building massive infrastructure remained the quickest way to create wealth worldwide.
He maintained that nations that are richer than Nigeria have more infrastructure than the country, stressing that in order to bridge the gap there must be deliberate investment plan.
He said no nation would be able to grow bigger than its stock of infrastructure.
“When President Buhari committed on June 12, 2019, to taking 100 million people out of poverty in 10 years, his vision was not a federal government vision, but a national one, which has started with the work being undertaken in all states and FCT and to which the federal government is contributing through infrastructure.
“Currently, the federal government is executing 895 contracts in 795 projects spanning over 13,000 km of roads and bridges nationwide.
“Across all of these, engineers, geologists, surveyors, lawyers, bankers, suppliers, artisans and labourers are involved in an ecosystem of enterprise from which they earn a daily, weekly or other periodic income.
“But that is only part of the story, the employment. The other parts include improved asset value, because everywhere a new road or bridge is built, the land value appreciates by up to 30 per cent creating enormous capital gain,” he explained.
Aside that, he noted tat on completion, journeys that used to take days would take only a few hours, positing that in the definition of poverty, well-being, efficiency and the lack of access, are critical factors.
Speaking on the theme: “Infrastructure Delivery, the Maintenance Economy and National Prosperity,” Fashola noted that since the implementation of the Marshall plan in 1948, after the Second World War, it had become clear to any serious-minded economist or politician that infrastructure provision was critical to development. The minister stressed that with proper maintenance, the life of the infrastructure would be preserved, value for the money spent would be obtained, describing it as a critical contributor and driver of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in many economies around the world.
“Available data shows that in the ‘built industry’, only about 30 per cent of the manpower is employable by design and construction which lasts until the project is completed; while the remaining 70 per cent is employed in the process of operation and maintenance of the infrastructure,” he added.
He posited that in nine facilities that were assessed by the ministry, the conditions of fittings such as fans, air conditioners, light fittings, toilets and wash hand basins, out of 41,800 installations, 12,459, representing 29.8 per cent was found not to be functioning.
“Currently, we are undertaking maintenance works on 41 bridges that have employed 1,157 people directly and created 3,309 indirect jobs and we have facility management contracts for 25 federal secretariats across Nigeria after we completed renovation works. Each facility manager employs at least 40 people,” he added.
Meanwhile, the minister has called on the people affected by the ongoing road construction project in Nasarawa and Benue states to embrace dialogue in resolving issues related to compensation rather than recourse to agitations.
The former Lagos state governor, who made the call during his inspection tour of the ongoing “dualisation” of the 221 kilometres Keffi – Akwanga-Lafia – Makurdi Road, insisted that agitations do not solve problems.
He said the federal government was closely working with the two states to resolve the issues, pointing out that efforts were being made to ensure that the real beneficiaries get the compensation and not middlemen.
The minister explained that funding for the project was secured through a China EXIM loan, adding that the decision to borrow the fund for the project was taken before the administration of Buhari.
“The decision to borrow this money was taken before our administration. So we just completed the process that had been started, a process that we own because this is money borrowed for investment to improve people’s lives,” he said.
The minister who was later joined by the Governor of Nasarawa State, Mr. Abdullahi Sule, also inspected the National Housing Programme (NHP) and Federal Secretariat Complex in the state capital, Lafia.
|Politics / Boko Haram Sponsors Have Been Identified, Detained – Malami Reveals by limcar: 8:17pm On Sep 23|
The Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami on Thursday revealed that the Federal Government has succeeded in identifying and detaining the Boko Haram Sponsors in Nigeria.
Malami made this known while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in New York City.
Recall that Malami had in May announced that the Nigerian government was about to begin the prosecution of about 400 suspected Boko Haram sponsors and was profiling some high-profile Nigerians strongly suspected to be financing terrorism for prosecution.
The delay in their prosecution and unveiling of the suspects have, however, been criticised in certain quarters, but Malami assured the Federal Government was determined to take stringent measures to counter insurgency in the country.
Speaking with the newsmen on Thursday, Malami assured the Buhari administration was determined to take stringent measures to counter-insurgency.
“We have succeeded in identifying those that are responsible for funding terrorists. We have blocked the leakages associated with the funding and embarking on an aggressive investigation that is indeed impacting positively in terms of the fight against terrorism.
“Investigation is ongoing and for the purpose of investigation, I wouldn’t like to be pre-emptive in terms of making disclosures that would have the effect of undermining the successes we are recording.
“One thing I can tell you for sure is that whatever we do in terms of detention and in terms of arrest is indeed backed by judicial process.
“We have indeed obtained a legitimate court order taking into consideration what we have presented before the court; the court eventually exercised its discretion in terms of granting orders that we can have them in custody,” he said.
|Crime / Bauchi Chief Judge Orders Release Of 11 Prison Inmates From Custodial Centres by limcar: 10:30am On Sep 23|
The Bauchi State Chief Judge, Justice Rabi T. Umar, has ordered the release of 11 prison inmates from Custodial Centres in Bauchi State Command.
The Chief Judge with members of the Administration of Criminal Justice Committee, comprising of the Nigerian Police, the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) from Ministry of Justice, the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Bauchi Chapter and the Controller of Corrections, toured Misau, Zaki, Gamawa and Azare Custodial Centres respectively.
Other centres include Jama’are, Ningi and Bauchi Custodial Centres, where she reviewed cases of awaiting trial inmates presented to her and released deserving ones.
While addressing the released inmates, the Chief Judge urged them to be law-abiding citizens and shun crimes in order not be arrested again.
She assured them that the government and relevant agencies are doing everything possible to address their problems, urging them to remain calm and exercise more patience.
Also addressing Sharia Court Judges, the Chief Judge urged them to refrain from sentencing all manners of suspects into custody especially those with minor offences because, according to her, that brings about congestion in Custodial Centres.
In his remarks, Controller of Corrections Bauchi State Command, CCS Kabir Abba Galadanci Commended the Chief Judge and the State government for making the visit to Custodial Centres possible.
He said that the visit will go a long way in decongesting the Centres and further give hope to the inmates.
|Politics / Cui Jianchin Mulls Establishment Of Chinese Banks In Nigeria by limcar: 7:26am On Sep 22|
The Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, Cui Jianchin, says he is in talks with Chinese-owned banks to establish operations in Nigeria.
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|Politics / Nigerian Customs To Deploy Drones At Seme Border by limcar: 7:25pm On Sep 20|
The Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, says it will soon deploy drones at Seme for effective patrol in checking smuggling activities in the border area.
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|Crime / NSCDC Arrest Two Over Alleged Attempt To Sell Poisonous Meat In Kwara by limcar: 4:40pm On Sep 19|
The Kwara State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, has arrested two men over an alleged attempt to sell poisonous cow meats to unsuspecting customers.
Naija News understands that the alleged meats were confirmed to be unhealthy for human consumption after a test was carried out on them by the State Ministry of Environment and Public Health.
Speaking earlier in Ilorin the state capital, NSCDC spokesman in the state, Babawale Zaid Afolabi, said the suspects, Bashiru Bala Zuru, a meat seller and his accomplice, Nawali Bala, were nabbed in Patigi, Patigi Local Government Area of the state.
He disclosed further that Bala had confessed during interrogation that the cow meat was given to him by one Dantani Jayewu.
Meanwhile, at the time, Bala who reportedly lives in Okoloke, Kogi state, is nowhere to be found.
Afolabi assured that the suspects would be charged to court after completion of investigations.
In another news, two officers of the Nigeria Police Force have been brutally injured by suspected kidnappers who were trying to flee arrest.
The Bayelsa State Police Command confirmed in a statement made available to newsmen during the weekend, that the suspects stabbed two cops and a vigilante.
Naija News reports that the incident happened in the Adagbabiri community in the Sagbama Local Government Area of the state last Friday.
The criminals were reportedly nabbed by the security men while attempting to abduct their target in the area.
While trying to resist arrest, they stabbed the officers, police spokesman in the state, Mr Asinim Butswat, confirmed.
|Politics / Entry Age Limit: Lagos Debunks Viral Report On Social Media by limcar: 7:43pm On Sep 18|
The Lagos State Ministry of Education has debunked a social media report alleging that the State Government will, from next academic session, enforce the entry age of 12 years for pupils seeking admission into Junior Secondary School (JSS1) in a bid to deter underage registration.
A statement signed by the Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo, noted that the unsigned and undated document about the age limit for Junior Secondary School entrants had earlier been denounced in Y2020 when it was first circulated.
The Commissioner maintained that such statement was never issued by the State Government, stressing that what was wrongly published and circulated was not a policy statement, but an internal memorandum containing suggestions and a summary of discussions that was drafted after a consultative meeting.
She explained that the said meeting was held with relevant stakeholders in the Education Sector in Y2020 on how to implement the National Policy on Education in the State, which was clearly stated in a press release issued by the Ministry in April, 2020.
Describing the perpetrators of the social media report as saboteurs, Mrs. Adefisayo urged the general public to ignore the viral statement and rest assured that the Ministry will always involve stakeholders in policy decisions and implementation.
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|Politics / Notorious Car Snatcher Nnali Osita Caught In Port Harcourt by limcar: 6:16pm On Sep 18|
The Rivers State Police Command says its Octopus Strike Force team, arrested one Nnali Osita, 21, suspected to be a member of a notorious car-snatching syndicate specialized in robbing Bolt/Uber drivers in the state.
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|Politics / Gbenga Daniel Speaks On Contesting For Senate by limcar: 2:27pm On Sep 18|
A former Governor of Ogun State, Gbenga Daniel has expressed his interest to run for Senate in the 2023 elections.
Daniel who dumped the Peoples Democratic Party for the All Progressives Congress in February confirmed on Friday that he would contest for Ogun East Senatorial poll in 2023.
The former Governor while speaking at a gathering in Sagamu on Friday said he has been under pressure to run for “national offices in 2023.”
He stated this at the Continuous Political Education Programme of POLA with the Theme, “Understanding Democracy, Quality Representation and Political Management.”
Daniel also lamented about the poor representation at the National Assembly, especially from the South West.
He said, “I have read the news and watched videos from diverse groups and individuals who have been calling on me to run for some National offices in 2023; while this is neither the time nor the occasion to react to such clamour, I agree mostly with their reasons.
“The position that only those with the required capacity should be allowed to make laws and sanction policies that affect the lives of the citizens cannot be over-emphasised not just in Ogun State but the entire country.
“The National Assembly plays a vital role in our democracy and requires the best of vibrant intellectuals our nation has to offer.
“Laws made must be in tandem with the goals to create a better society for the people, one not just rooted in the ideals of good governance, but forged with the mindset of the advancement of the present inventions and future innovations.”
|Politics / NSCDC Arrests Men ‘supplying Fuel To Bandits’ In Sokoto by limcar: 10:07pm On Sep 17|
The Anti-Vandal unit of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in Sokoto has arrested two suspected suppliers of petrol to bandits.
The suspects were arrested around 2:30am on Friday at Anasiyya And Sons Filling Station, More area of Sokoto North local government area.
Assistant Commandant in charge of the unit, Aminu Maijiegi, who led the operation told Daily Trust that his unit was tipped off on the clandestine activity of the filling station.
“We received an intelligence that the filling station was selling petrol in jerry cans in the middle of the night in violation of the executive order banning selling of petrol in Jerry cans,” the said
“They usually switch off all the light in the filling station so that nobody will suspect any bad thing happening there.
“After gathering our intelligence, I led my team to the site. We took cover for an hour before raiding the place.
“They had already filled over 100 jerry cans with petrol at the time of our raid which were all recovered, including several empty jerry cans, and the vehicle that was waiting to transport the product to bandits in the eastern part of the state.
“We were also able to arrest two suspects, Jabir Abubakar, 23 of Bazza area, Isiya Abubakar, 38 of Kofar Marke area all in Sokoto North while Malam Mustapha of Konnawa area in Dange Shuni local government is still at large,” he said.
According to him, the suspects confessed to be taking the product to Illela, which is one of the areas under siege from bandits.
|Politics / Air Force Denies Reported Bombardment Of Yobe Community by limcar: 6:54am On Sep 16|
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has denied reports linking one of its fighter jets to the bombing of a community in Yobe State.
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|Politics / Kaduna Assembly Members Impeach Majority Leader by limcar: 7:14pm On Sep 15|
The Kaduna State House of Assembly has impeached its Majority Leader, Hon. Haruna Inuwa.
Mr Inuwa, who represents Doka/Gabasawa Constituency, was impeached on Wednesday following a vote of no confidence passed on him and an impeachment letter signed by 17 members of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) in the parliament.
The Chairman of the House Committee on Information, Hon. Tanimu Musa (representing Kachia Constituency) confirmed the development to Channels Television shortly after the plenary session.
He said the House unanimously approved the impeachment of the lawmaker better known as “Mabo” due to issues about his handling of the legislative procedures.
According to him, Inuwa’s handling of the procedures did not go down well with the members Musa, however, said that the House will soon announce a new Majority Leader.
|Politics / Cbn’s 15tn Infrastructure Fund To Launch In October by limcar: 9:40am On Sep 15|
Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) InfraCorp Plc’s N15 trillion infrastructure fund aimed at raising finance for capital projects, will be created in October, the bank has said.
Mr. Godwin Emefiele, CBN governor, announced this on Tuesday in Abuja at the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria’s annual banking and finance conference.
According Emefiele, the InfraCorp project, which was designed by the CBN in collaboration with the African Finance Corporation and the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority, will aid in addressing the country’s infrastructure deficit.
“I am pleased to announce that InfraCorp, the infrastructure company being created by the CBN, African Finance Corporation and the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority to raise N15 trillion, will be unveiled in October 2021,” Emefiele said.
“InfraCorp would enable the use of mostly private capital to support infrastructure investment that will have a multiplier effect on growth across critical sectors.
“The purpose of the N15 trillion being raised is to address some of our infrastructure needs while providing reasonable returns to investors.
“We believe this well-structured fund can act as a catalyst for growth in the medium and the long run. The support of the banking community will be important in achieving this objective.”
|Politics / 2023: Zoning Presidency To South, Wishful Thinking – Sen Adamu by limcar: 8:22am On Sep 14|
The Chairman, Senate Committee on Agriculture, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, has kicked against zoning the presidency to South or any part of the country during elections.
Adamu, who represents Nasarawa South in the Senate, said the 1999 Constitution (as amended) did not mandate political parties to zone presidency or any other political office to any part of Nigeria.
Responding to a question on power shift to the South at a briefing yesterday in Abuja, the lawmaker said, “My answer to that is constitution. Nowhere in the Nigerian constitution that says we should zone any public office.
“There is federal character, but not that parties must zone positions for presidency during election. The constitution is being reviewed. If you want a specific provision that a presidential position be zoned, you say it, and tell us how you want it to be zoned.
“You can’t just wish away a situation that is fundamental to a country. You can’t talk of merit and talk of zoning.
You can’t. Let’s just go by merit. Let every party find a way of selling itself in a manner that will garner the votes that will win the election. It’s as simple as that.
“Do we have anything like that in the American constitution? Are we more democratic than them? It is democracy. Why do you want to change it? Wishful thinking only.
“Yes, somebody is saying the South East has not had a president. I agree, and I sympathise with them. But the constitution says you can only become president through the ballot box. And we have been saying it during elections that every vote must count.
So, why do you want to zone? Zone your mind if you want to zone.”
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|Education / Ezekiel Odeyemi Appointed Redeemer’s University New Pro-Chancellor by limcar: 6:44pm On Sep 13|
General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) and Visitor to Redeemer’s University, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has appointed Pastor Ezekiel Odeyemi, who is the church Continental Overseer; West Coast and Central Africa, to lead the newly inaugurated governing council of the university.https://tribuneonlineng.com/redeemers-university-gets-new-pro-chancellor/
|Politics / Army Disowns Pictures, Videos Of Mass Burials In Zamfara by limcar: 10:06pm On Sep 12|
The Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has dismissed trending pictures and videos in circulation showing dumping of dead bodies into mass graves, purported to be bodies of people killed in military operations.
|Education / ASUU Calls On NASS To Pass The Bill To Amend NUC Act by limcar: 9:28am On Sep 11|
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU ) has called on the National Assembly to pass the Bill to amend the National Universities Commission Act to address the proliferation of state universities.https://m.guardian.ng/news/ASUU-calls-on-nass-to-pass-the-bill-to-amend-nuc-act/
|Politics / Customs Intercepts Smuggled Arms, Military Uniforms, Cocaine, Bottles Of Codeine by limcar: 10:57am On Sep 10|
The Nigeria Customs Service says it has intercepted smuggled arms and ammunition, military uniforms, cocaine and thousands of bottles of codeine.
|Politics / Gumi Fires Femi Adesina, ‘you’re A Bootlicker’! by limcar: 9:34am On Sep 10|
Controversial Islamic cleric, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, has slammed Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser, Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari for labeling him “ a bandit lover ”.
According to Gumi, “my mission has not failed but it was sabotaged or discouraged by the same influential people that benefit from the chaos”.
Gumi expressed his thoughts via his known Facebook page on Thursday morning.
Read Gumi’s full post below:
WAR HAS NEVER BEEN A SOLUTION ANYWHERE ANYTIME
You bootlicker that called me a bandit-lover! I am not one, but my country-lover, my region-lover, my state-lover, and my people-lover, and humanity-lover.
I am a qualified Medical Doctor who knows what it takes to precisely excise a brain tumour without destroying the
delicate surrounding brain tissues. I was a commissioned military officer who knows what the military is for and what is the capability of our military. I am an intellectual with a Ph.D. from Abroad. I am an Islamic scholar who knows the immorality of killing innocent lives. So, silence for me in this ocean of oblivion is not an option.
Only a fool would allow his dwelling to be a theatre of war.
Unfortunately, how many fools are there. Killing rats in your rat-infested sitting room with an iron rod will only end up
destroying your gadgets and furniture probably without killing any. We should not mask out poor governance with
Some disingenuous people say: peace and negotiations with herdsmen bandits have failed, and your mission has failed!
I said my mission has not failed but it was sabotaged or discouraged by the same influential people that benefit from the chaos or like us to destroy ourselves and leave the herdsmen in perpetual ignorance.
Some said we have tried amnesty but it didn’t work. You didn’t try amnesty but tried amnesia. Amnesty without
rehabilitation, reconciliation, and reparation is no amnesty.
Ask the former Niger Delta Militants who killed security men in the past what an amnesty is. What stops us from having
a federal ministry of Nomadic Affairs where their grievances and complaints will be addressed?
All the bandit leaders we saw complained of how some repentant ones were picked and extra-judicially killed after the surrender of their weapons. Without their trust of the very unjust system all Nigerians complain of, which they took
arms to fight, peace and negotiations with them will not work. This brings our role of mediation. They know as religious men we will not deceive them, and they came out in troops to meet us. To our astonishment, it is the same unjust system that turns round to betray our peace mission.
Some of the press for giving a negative narrative, whom I also term criminals-in-purpose, some of the politicians who I see as urban-bandits who out of their share mismanagement
of our meagre resources and misplacement of priority cause
the death and infirmity of more people than the bandits affect.
Of recent, how many Nigerians die of cholera -a water-born disease- because of lack of simple clean water to drink, or
typhoid, malaria, and malnutrition? A nation with a maternal mortality rate of almost 500000/annum because of the lack of adequate maternal health facilities and qualified staff. A country where its highly-priced medical personnel is looking
for a window to escape the inferno. Such a country, please!
By the way, what you may not hear, is that the bandits over the years have developed escape routes from aerial bombardments. They told us: you can only kill our women
and children with your attacks!
Just yesterday, two contingents of banditry victims came to me that their loved ones were abducted by bandits in
Kaduna suburbs – Rigachukun and Keke.
An escapee engineer in the later said, when he overheard and understood that they were strangers in the area as they were calling the locals to lead them, that gave him the courage to slip through densely grown maize plantations to escape. The point is that, if Zamfara is on fire for them, definitely it goes without saying that they will migrate to other areas. So, is the whole of Nigeria going to be under lock-up in incommunicado?
As for the economic impact of the areas now under siege, it’s just a matter of time, you’ll hear them crying out. Already
yesterday a man from Tsafe came begging because of economic stagnation, one would have thought that Gusau
the capital is closer than Kaduna to beg.
As for those cynics that have no value to add in the dilemma except vituperation, and abuses, we know that is the
substance they are made up of. No qualms whatsoever! you don’t expect fragrance from feces.
So, what is the solution?
Good Intelligence! Good proficient policing, engagement of the local herdsmen in policing, rehabilitation, reconciliation, and reparation of all victims of banditry.
The good honest judiciary that protects people’s rights. Money and time well spent on these will surely kill the disease and heal the nation of this delinquency, crimes, and bad governance.
Oh Allah! on Your Mercy we depend.
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