President Buhari is on the verge of winning the 2019 election. Here are 5 reasons why. President Muhammadu Buhari continues to divide opinions out there. But don’t rule him out of the 2019 election battle just yet. They are those who say he’s failed so woefully, a second term is well beyond his and the APC’s grasp. They are those who beg to differ, telling everyone who cares to listen that Buhari is still the best thing to happen to this country since sliced bread.For all the hoopla over Buhari’s perceived ‘incompetence’ out there, the man is on the cusp of getting re-elected and here’s why:1. Registered voters in geopolitical zonesOut of the 73,944,312 registered voters across Nigeria, as of January 2018, the Northwest had a total of 18,505,984 voters while the Southeast had 8,293,093.The North central had 10,586,965 registered voters, while the North east zone had 9,929,015.The Southwest had the second highest number of registered voters with 14,626,800. The South south as a whole had 11,101,093 registered voters. Look at those numbers again and it begins to hit you—the APC strongholds of Southwest and North, have the highest number of registered voters. The Southeast and South South where anti-Buhari sentiments are pretty strong, are still playing catch-up.For all our social media rants, when the North votes, it often votes big. Ask Kano.If the North and Southwest settle for Buhari again, the smart money is on him getting re-elected.2. There is no oppositionThe PDP has become a joke since it lost the center in 2015. The party spent two years trying to put its house in order after Goodluck Jonathan got trounced by Buhari.My big brother in this business, Simon Kolawole, captured it all in his latest Sunday column:“PDP, as presently constituted, is still the strongest opposition platform. But its brand image is not sparkling. After overcoming the storm-in-a-tea-cup internal imbroglio which many swore had the hand of APC, the PDP is now perceived as the property of one or two Governors. “Meanwhile, the SDP has been telling us that Governors and senators will defect to “our fold” in large numbers “next week” but next week never seems to come. There is also the third force as well as the third farce. “The youth are mobilising and saying they are not too young to run. A lot is going on, but where is the harmonisation? It’s less than 10 months to the nomination of candidates!“By this time in 2014, APC was already consolidated and ready to do battle. Today, much of opposition’s hope is built on the assumption that people are disappointed with Buhari and will automatically vote against him. Yet we know you don’t defeat an incumbent in Africa through wishful thinking. Anywhere an incumbent has lost, it is usually because the opposition played smarter”.The opposition hasn’t been playing smart since 2015 and that gives Buhari an edge ahead of 2019.3. Buhari is still much loved on the streets of the northI was in Kano the last time Buhari visited that city you can call a swing State. I had to duck to the car so I wouldn’t get caught in a stampede.Everywhere Buhari has visited in the North has been the same story. Surging crowds chanting ‘sai Baba’ and delving into a frenzy each time the president puts that legendary fist up. For all his faults, Buhari remains a huge factor in the politics of the North. Of course crowds during State visits don’t necessarily translate to votes, but there are a barometer or harbinger of some sort.Most of the lawmakers and Governors from APC controlled States got voted in just because Buhari raised their hands at campaign rallies.The president enjoys a feral, cult following in the north and there’s nothing to suggest that has changed.Besides, the president continues to enjoy instant name recognition out there. No other politician comes close. 4. Defections to APCThe APC currently has 24 States in its kitty. Juxtapose that with the PDP’s 11 and APGA’s 1. In its prime, the PDP controlled 29 out of 36 states. That was in 2007 when Obasanjo systematically decimated the opposition. Those were the days when the PDP boasted it was going to rule Nigeria for 60 years. When the PDP ceded plenty of grounds to the APC in 2015, most of its members began to empty into the APC. The mass defection continues at a frenetic pace today.Nigerian politicians don’t like to play opposition because their default setting is to align with the party that guarantees them food for their bellies. Nobody wants to die of hunger in the name of opposition. Don’t be surprised if the APC sweeps more States in 2019 because PDP members are daily emptying into the governing party in droves. We may just end up with a mono party democracy in 2019 and that would be bad for everyone. 5. Corruption fight perceptionThe joke on social media after Yusuf Buhari’s power bike accident, revolved around folks on the streets saying something along these lines:“Buhari is a poor man who can’t afford a car for his son. That is why his son had an Okada accident”.Now, that may be a stretch, but I have interacted with average Nigerians who tell me that Buhari is running Nigeria badly but at least he is no thief. The APC’s anti-corruption agenda may be scoffed at on social media but it remains ingrained in many minds on the streets.Nigerians who actually possess PVCs may just hand Buhari another term because “he is not a thief”. These Nigerians have also been told that the thieves are the ones frustrating Buhari and who want to stop him from getting another term.So, yes, there you have it. Barring a miracle, it will be sai Baba till 2023 and there will be just enough humble pies to go around.
Super Eagles camp update ahead of Poland, Serbia friendlies. The Super Eagles camp in Wroclaw ahead of the friendly games against Poland and Serbia lit up with arrivals. Super Eagles players started arriving the camp which opened on Monday, March 20 at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Wroclaw. First arrivals On the first day of camping, William Troost-Ekong, Alex Iwobi, Ola Aina, Tyronne Ebuehi, Brian Idowu and Leon Balogun were the first arrivals. On Tuesday morning, John Ogu arrived after overcoming visa issues alongside Francis Uzoho, Elderson Echiejile, Stephen Eze, Joel Obi, Shehu Abdullahi, Moses Simon and Kenneth Omeruo. First-time invitee Junior Ajayi will not be able to make it to camp in Wroclaw because of visa issues and will ultimately miss the friendly game against Poland. The 22-year-old is, however, expected to make it to London where he will join up with the squad for the friendly game against Serbia on Tuesday, March 27. Super Eagles midfielder Ogenyi Onazi has updated on his social media that he is on his way to camp while Oghenekaro Etebo is reportedly also having delays in his visa processing. Players expected in camp before the end of Tuesday include Onazi, Victor Moses, Kelechi Iheanacho, John Mikel Obi, Wilfred Ndidi, Ahmed Musa etc. The Super Eagles of Nigeria will on Friday, March 23 face Poland in a friendly game before clashing with Serbia on Tuesday, March 26.
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The iconic group drop the visuals for one of 2017’s best songs. Rap duo, Show Dem Camp have finally released the visuals for one of last year’s summer anthems, “Popping Again” featuring the promising Odunsi (The Engine) and BOJ.The video, shot on location in Lagos, features the creme of the city’s burgeoning alternative scene and a new generation of creatives including Thompson S. Ekong, Lady Donli, Tomi Thomas, Prettyboy D-O, Idris King and more.It also features some of the old guard as Blackmagic, Sasha, Lynxxx and Vector make cameos over the video’s duration.
The world’s biggest rap group pay tribute to American TV culture in the 70s and 80s. The world’s biggest rap group, Migos, are paying tribute to the culture with the video for “Walk It Talk It”, one of the singles off their third studio album, “Culture II”, released in January 2018.The video, directed by frequent collaborator, DAPS and the group’s frontman, Quavo, is a 5-minute long tribute to the Motown era and shows like “Soul Train” and “Midnight Special” which brought concerts to living rooms across the United States in the 70s and 80s.The video features the trappers dressed in clothing typical of the era and sporting dense afros. It also features Drake as a metrosexual-adjacent star of the same era.
It all started when Constantin Reliu from Romania decided to travel to Turkey in 1992 to work. His wife registered him as dead while he was away. He has been struggling to overturn the death status so as to legally live in his own country, but to no avail. A court in the northeastern city of Vaslui on Thursday declared 63-year-old man legally dead, following his attempts to reverse his death status after his wife had registered him as such while he was living in Turkey.It all started when Constantin Reliu from Romania decided to travel to Turkey in 1992 to work.However, when the professional cook returned in 1999, stories and apparent evidence of his wife’s infidelity annoyed him so much that he thought it wise to return to Turkey for good.It was during his stay in Turkey that the wife registered him with the Romanian authorities as dead.According to reports, Reliu was arrested and detained in December last year by Turkish authorities on the basis of expired documents. He was subsequently deported back to Romania in January this year. READ MORE: Rent agent jailed for 1,230 years for defrauding accommodation seekersHe faced another hurdle when he got to the Bucharest airport. Border officials told him that he had been declared dead.He was then subjected to six hours of rigorous scrutiny after which he said: “They decided that it was me!”He has since been struggling to get authorities of his hometown, Barlad to issue him papers to enable him live in the country as a living soul, but to no avail. He then proceeded to the court to overturn the death status, but that has also not materialized.On Thursday, the court reportedly said his suit was filed too late and failed to meet procedure.Out of disappointment, Reliu is quoted as saying: “I am a living ghost.”I am officially dead, although I’m alive. I have no income and because I am listed as dead, I can’t do anything.”He has lost touch with the wife who caused this whole predicament. The highly emotional ‘ghost’ said: “I am not sure whether I am divorced or not. I am not sure whether she is married to someone else or not. Nobody will tell me.
Amnesty allege that the army and police received at least five phone calls warning of the attack as early as four hours before it happened. Amnesty International has accused Nigerian security forces of being culpable in the Boko Haram attack that led to the abduction of 110 girls in a school in Dapchi, Yobe State last month.Boko Haram militants invaded Government Girls Science and Technical Secondary School in Dapchi, Bursari local government area of Yobe on Monday, February 19, 2018, and abducted 110 schoolgirls.According to Amnesty International, authorities were warned mere hours prior to the incident that terrorists were on their way to Dapchi, yet the army and police were unable to even confront them and stop them from taking the girls.In a report released by the agency on Tuesday, March 20, Amnesty’s Nigeria director, Osai Ojigho, said inexcusable security lapses led directly to the girls’ abduction.The report read, “The Nigerian authorities have failed in their duty to protect civilians, just as they did in Chibok four years ago. Despite being repeatedly told that Boko Haram fighters were heading to Dapchi, it appears that the police and military did nothing to avert the abduction.”The military withdrew troops from the area in January, meaning the closest personnel were based one hour’s drive from Dapchi. The Nigerian authorities must investigate the inexcusable security lapses that allowed this abduction to take place without any tangible attempt to prevent it.”Despite Amnesty’s claim that the Nigerian army and police received at least five phone calls warning that Boko Haram was on the way to Dapchi as early as four hours before the attack, a military spokesman told Reuters that the report is false.The abduction was a repeat of another Boko Haram attack that happened when militants invaded Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok, Borno State and kidnapped 276 female students in April 2014. After several escapes and releases, 112 of the girls remain in captivity of the deadly terrorist group.No rest until Chibok, Dapchi girls are back – BuhariWhen President Muhammadu Buhari visited Yobe on March 14, he promised stakeholders that his administration will not rest until all the schoolgirls abducted in Chibok and Dapchi are returned.He said, “There will be no rest till the last girl, whether from Chibok and Dapchi, is released. The girls, like all our citizens, must enjoy unhindered freedom and pursue their legitimate aspirations.”The Dapchi and Chibok students are our girls and must enjoy our protection. They must live to achieve their individual ambitions, to be great women of tomorrow. It is our duty to protect them.”Buhari also assured the stakeholders present at the meeting that his administration will not pursue military action to get the girls back, but will negotiate with their abductors to ensure safe return.
NNPC, GMD, Dr Maikanti Baru
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has vowed to get the nation’s four refineries back to their optimal, working capacities.
Group Managing Director of the corporation, Dr. Maikanti Baru made the promise at the weekend, shortly after receiving the Man of the Year Award from a Lagos-based daily.
According to a statement signed on Monday by the NNPC’s General Manager Public Affairs Division, Ndu Ughamadu, Baru said the corporation had been holding far-reaching discussions with some consortia to get the best funding options towards the refineries’ overhaul.
He added that the corporation, under his watch, had recorded remarkable progress in resuscitating some of the nation’s critical downstream infrastructure, a development which had ensured a seamless supply of products Nationwide, until the recent past hiccups which are now under control.
“Since coming on board, we have made the revamp of our abandoned assets and critical downstream infrastructure a key component of our corporate vision of 12 Business Focus Areas (BUFA),” he stated.
Dr. Baru said over the last few months, several crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas pipelines were resuscitated while more than half of the nation’s 21 strategic depots were also upgraded.
He, however, decried acts of pipeline vandalism, crude oil theft and sabotage which he noted had resulted in huge loss of revenue, lives and property as well as damage to the environment.
The NNPC boss, therefore, called on the security agencies and other stakeholders nationwide to collaborate with the corporation in its on-going campaign against act of sabotage on the nation’s oil and gas facilities.
While attributing the recent fuel challenges faced in parts of the country to the nefarious acts of hoarders, diverters, profiteers and smugglers, Dr. Baru stressed that the corporation was working with relevant stakeholders to ensure the sufficiency currently witnessed nationwide is sustained.
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Portugal go into the World Cup as the reigning European champions. Reigning World Footballer of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo has unveiled Portugal’s new kits for the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup.International kit makers Nike unveiled new kits for the Portuguese national team with Ronaldo and star players such as Andre Gomes, Joao Mario and Andre Silva.Portugal go into the World Cup as the reigning European champions after their triumph at Euro 2016, and Nike revealed the inspiration behind the design of their new jerseys. Nike Football Apparel Senior Design Director Pete Hoppins said, “The collection is inspired by the success of two years ago,”Hoppins also explained that the new jerseys are a tribute to Ronaldo and past icons of the Portuguese national team.He said, “That comes through in the home kit with this concept of modern royalty. From Luis Figo to Cristiano, Portugal have a number of iconic characters who have led and united the squad.” “Ronaldo is a Portuguese hero, We wanted to tell the story of the modern king of football leading this new team.” Hoppins concludedPortugal warm-up jerseysPortugal’s warm up jerseys will be worn by the players before the match and the inspiration for the design was derived from Portugal’s cross on the national team’s flag.According to Nike the warm up jerseys “send a message that this nation is hungry for more success.”Portugal home jerseysAccording to kit makers Nike, Portugal’s home jerseys are inspired by their triumph at Euro 2016.Nike stated that “With the home kit, we celebrated where we are with Portugal.”Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates will wear a deep red shirt which has a splash of gold which commemorates their triumph as European champions. Portugal away jerseysThe away kit is a total reversal from the home jerseys, as it is an all white attire with the colours green and red red used in certain areas to give an attractive outfit.According to Nike “the away is all about what’s next,” as it features a green radiating patch on the front.Nike also stated that, “The away kit nods to this relentless hunt for fresh talent through symbols from their naval history.” Portugal Tracksuit’sKit makers Nike revealed two track-suits for the European champions, the first a red jacket with shades on a darker red from the shoulders to the sleeves, while the second is a light green attires with shades of black on the edges of the shoulders.Kit makers Nike stated that the “The Portugal home kit will be available March 23 on Nike.com, the away kit will be available April 26.”The new jerseys for Portugal show that Nike are casting a wider net as to the purchase of the jerseys, like the recently unveiled French jerseys and England’s jerseys which caused massive reactions on social media.Portugal’s new jerseys should be worn by the players for their upcoming friendly matches against Egypt on Friday, March 23 and against the Netherlands on Tuesday, March 27.
Leading IT company helps expand Mitratech’s footprint in African financial market Mitratech, the leading provider of legal, compliance and risk management software announced today that it reached a partnership agreement with Union Systems Limited (USL), a leading information technology company specializing in the marketing and implementation of software solutions for banks and financial institutions across Africa. USL […]
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Son’s friend promised suspect big reward in the event that he successfully sells off 5,650kgs of cannabis sativa. A granddad, Daniel Idemudia, has been arrested by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), for possession of weed.The 64-year-old was nabbed by NDLEA agents Edo State according to online sources. During an investigation, the federal agency discovered the two warehouses found to contain 5,650kgs of cannabis sativa (Indian hemp) but he denies owning the substances.“A friend of mine kept the cannabis inside the ceiling of my house. “The house was built by my son who resides in Europe. He promised to handsomely reward me after selling the drugs,” Idemudia made known during an interrogation.His arrest might prove a heartbreak for hardened drug users in Nigeria, where substance abuse is being championed by youths regarded as ‘Science Students’.Death trap Tramadol kills young man in his 20’sIn Abraka, Delta State, a young man in his twenties has been reported dead following an overdose of Tramadol.Vanguard News reported that the deceased who is a regular user of the drug substance died at his shop located in the Ethiope East Local Government Area of the state.A medical staff of the General Hospital, Abraka, confirmed the death of the unidentified man who died shortly after arriving at the health center. Events before his death saw him enter a sudden seizure after vomit profusely before proceeding to foaming in the mouth.”Those who rushed him to the hospital said, after taking the drug, he started vomiting, went into a sudden seizure after which he slumped and started foaming from his mouth.”He was brought in too late as he had already gone into coma and was confirmed dead on arrival,” confirms a worker at the Abraka General Hospital who spoke to Naij News on a condition of anonymity.The hazard associated with the use of Tramadol among Nigerian youths has reached a level requiring urgent attention.One of the effects observed in drug abusers who patronise the substance have seen them fall off the sanity rail.
Nigeria’s military was on Tuesday accused of ignoring repeated warnings about the movements of Boko Haram fighters before they kidnapped 110 schoolgirls in the country’s restive northeast.
The students — the youngest of whom is aged just 10 — were seized from the town of Dapchi, Yobe state, on February 19 in virtually identical circumstances to those in Chibok in 2014.
Then, more than 200 schoolgirls were taken in an attack that brought sustained world attention on the Islamist insurgency and sparked a global campaign for their release.
President Muhammadu Buhari has called the Dapchi abduction a “national disaster” and vowed to use negotiation rather than force to secure their release.
But as in Chibok nearly four years ago, human rights group Amnesty International claimed the military was warned about the arrival of the heavily-armed jihadists — yet failed to act.
In the hours that followed both attacks, the authorities also tried to claim the girls had not been abducted.
Amnesty’s Nigeria director Osa Ojigho said “no lessons appear to have been learned” from Chibok and called for an immediate probe into what she called “inexcusable security lapses”.
“The government’s failure in this incident must be investigated and the findings made public — and it is absolutely crucial that any investigation focuses on the root causes,” she added.
“Why were insufficient troops available? Why was it decided to withdraw troops? What measures have the government taken to protect schools in northeast Nigeria?
“And what procedures are supposed to be followed in response to an attempted abduction?”
There was no immediate response from the Nigerian military when contacted by AFP.
Amnesty said that between 2:00 pm and 6:00 pm on February 19, at least five calls were made to tell the security services that Islamist fighters were in the Dapchi area.
Locals spotted about 50 members of the Islamic State group affiliate in a convoy of nine vehicles in Futchimiram, about 30 kilometres (19 miles) from Dapchi, then at Gumsa.
In Gumsa, where Boko Haram stayed until about 5:00 pm, residents phoned ahead to Dapchi to warn them. The convoy arrived at about 6:30 pm and left about 90 minutes later.
Amnesty, whose researchers spoke to about 23 people and three security officials, said the army command in Geidam had told callers they were aware of the situation and were monitoring.
Police in Dapchi promised to tell divisional commanders, while army commanders in Geidam and Damaturu were also alerted during the attack, it added.
People in Dapchi have previously said troops were withdrawn from the town earlier this year, leaving only a few police officers. The nearest military detachment was an hour away.
The Dapchi abduction has thrown into doubt repeated government and military claims that Boko Haram is on the brink of defeat, after nearly nine years of fighting and at least 20,000 deaths.
Boko Haram, which has used kidnapping as a weapon of war during the conflict, has not claimed responsibility but it is believed a faction headed by Abu Mus’ab al-Barnawi is behind it.
IS in August 2015 publicly backed Barnawi as the leader of Boko Haram, or Islamic State West Africa Province, over Abubakar Shekau, whose supporters carried out the Chibok abduction.
Analysts have attributed a financial motive to the Dapchi kidnapping given government ransom payments made to Boko Haram to secure the release of some of the captives from Chibok.
Salah’s insane form has caught the eyes of the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain. From the rumour mill today, Tuesday, March 20, European elites, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are all interested in Liverpool star Mohamed Salah. Salah has been in insane form for Liverpool this season with 28 Premier League goals so far this season and 36 in all competition. The 25-year-old on Saturday, March 17 netted four goals as Liverpool destroyed Watford 5-0 at Anfield in a league clash.Salah catches the eye Salah’s insane form has caught the eyes of the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain.Several reports emerged that the European giants are looking to splash huge cash for the Egypt international. The Times and Daily Mail however also reported that Liverpool have no intention of selling their star forward. After losing Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona in the January transfer window, Liverpool are not ready to lose Salah who they believe can lead them to titles. Instead, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is focused on adding to his squad rather than losing his star man with Napoli midfielder Jorginho top of his wish list. Salah signed a four-year contract when he joined Liverpool from Roma in the summer of 2017 and earns in the region of £90,000 per week.
An argument between a Mobile Policeman and a soldier has resulted in the death of the latter. A Nigerian soldier has been killed by a Mobile Policeman (Mopol) guarding the facility of the Shell Petroleum Development Company. The incident happened on Saturday, March 17, 2018.According to sources, the incident occurred in Odimodi community located in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State. Residents claim that a confrontation which led to a fight between the pair had focused on nothing tangible.The belligerent men had reportedly fired several shots before the soldier was hit. His killer made a run for it after ensuring the death of his adversary.“The incident happened on Saturday at noon. The two officers – a mopol and the military officer – were members of a combined security team stationed to guard oil facilities in Odimodi community.”They had a misunderstanding. After a while, we heard gunshots.“When people got there, they discovered that the mobile policeman had killed the soldier. The policeman cocked his gun and fired at the soldier and thereafter shot to scare people away from the scene.“He (policeman) took the soldier’s gun and ran away. As of now, he has not been apprehended. The JTF authorities have removed the corpse of the slain soldier. “There is tension in the community as we speak. People are afraid that the military may invade the community,” a community leader told Punch.In the community, residents have expressed a willingness to support law enforcement agents in an investigation, despite a denial by army spokesperson, Major Ibrahim Abdullahi.Dad asked to forgive soldiers who punished daughter to deathHyginus, the dad of 15-year-old Queendaline Ekezie, who reportedly died following an extreme frogmarch imposed on her, has been asked to forgive the soldiers responsible for her death.According to Punch News, the grieving father collapsed and was rushed to a hospital when the report of his daughter’s death reached him.The deceased who was in company of a colleague identified as Delight Aguocha, went through a rigorous punishment for arriving late to school.In a chat with Punch, Hyginus revealed that he has been getting an appeal from family members who urged him to let the case go. He confirmed that this occurred after returning to Umuoso, located in the Ohaji/Egbema Local Government Area of Imo State. ALSO READ: Wicked frogmarch kills female pupil who arrived late to schoolMeanwhile, Gertrud Oduka, the Commissioner of Education for the state has described the case as a sensitive one. As a result, there are no plans to issue a speedy statement on the matter which has generated sympathy on social media.“We don’t want to issue a statement in a hurry. We have launched an investigation to ascertain the actual cause of the death of the pupil. Some senior officers of the ministry are in the girl’s village.”The matter is a sensitive one and we are being careful,” Oduka mentioned according to Punch News.Hyginus’ calm response to the unfortunate event is contrasting when considering the reaction of a family in Anambra state, who reportedly killed a female teacher who scolded a pupil, Okafor Chinaza for disobedience.
By Emmanuel Okogba
The number of players in the Super Eagles Wroclaw camp has risen to fourteen.
Recalled Torino midfielder, Joel Obi and seven other players joined this morning to complete the first half.
Obi will have to give 110 percent if he hopes to make it into Gernot Rohr’s list for the party in Russia.
Francis Uzoho, Elderson Echiejile, Stephen Eze, Joel Obi, Shehu Abdullahi, John Ogu, Moses Simon, Kenneth Omeruo. https://t.co/SjxFqruqvQ
— Super Eagles (@NGSuperEagles) March 20, 2018
The new arrivals are: Francis Uzoho, Elderson Echiejile, Stephen Eze, Joel Obi, Shehu Abdullahi, John Ogu, Moses Simon and Kenneth Omeruo
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