Sunday, 4 October 2015

U-Report: Lagos Government Accused of Alleged Subversion of Justice

Prophet Joshua of Synagogue

Report By Nicolas Nice

The Coalition of Civil Society Organisations (CCSOs) has accused the Lagos State Government of trying to subvert justice in the on-going trial involving Synagogue Church of All Nations and the state.

Thursday, 1 October 2015

Photonews: President Buhari And The Pigeon That Was Reluctant To Fly

Article: Our Governor Is Rewarding Thieves

Governor Okorocha of Imo State

By Kenneth Uwadi

Last week Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State called Imo Civil Servants thieves claiming they are more corrupt than politicians. The statement credited to the governor was reported by the National Gazette newspaper. The governor’s reason for his government’s wicked denial of workers and pensioners their stipends for months is because of ghost workers fixed to payroll by some corrupt civil servants. We are still waiting for him to point out the civil servants in Imo state involved in this ghost workers thing so that we can shame them.

News Release: 120 Days Without Government In Nigeria

President Buhari

The supernatural universe or post physical (transformative) world is obviously in grief over the turn of events in Nigeria under the Presidential Sole-Administratoship of retired Gen Muhammadu Buhari. The height of grief and contempt above mentioned is the fact that Buhari’s Presidential Sole Administratorship has spent 120 days in office without government.  It is extremely important to state here that formation of government under a constitutional democracy means legitimizing electoral power and authority derived the electoral populace. In Parliamentary system, government is in place when there is a council of ministers. In Presidential system laid upon constitutional democracy, government is in place when there is executive cabinet or Federal Executive Council.

U-Report: Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky Says Management of Hajj Is The Responsibility Of The Muslims World

Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky

Report By Stephen Lawan

His Eminence, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky says the management of hajj pilgrimage and the two holy mosques and other sanctities in Saudi Arabia is the responsibility of the Muslims world, and not exclusive reserve of the Al-Saud royal family.

Wednesday, 30 September 2015

U-Report: African Women Stage March Against Environmental Abuse For WECAN

Report By A Citizen Reporter

African women joined the world to mark the 2015 Global Day for Women on Climate Change and in Port Harcourt, hub of Nigeria’s fossil fuel zone, community women and activists from Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, South Africa and Nigeria, marched in solidarity to demand for climate justice.

News Release: Nigeria @ 55, Still Long Walk To Freedom

The Campaign for Democracy sends greetings to Nigerians on another milestone anniversary of the Independence of our dear country Nigeria. It is a milestone because the nation has attained 55 years of Independence from Colonial Rule.

News Release: Afreximbank Allocates $10 Million To Support Trade Growth In Rwanda

Afreximbank President Dr. Benedict O. Oramah (centre) joined by (L to R) Saleh Habimana, Rwandan Ambassador to Egypt; Kanayo Awani, Director, Trade Finance and Branches, Afreximbank; Alex Kanyangole, CEO, BRD; and Dr. George Elombi, Executive Vice President, Afreximbank, following the signing ceremony

The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) and the Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) have signed a facility agreement for a $10 million Afreximbank line of credit to support BRD’s efforts to finance trade diversification and promote value-added exports in Rwanda’s productive sectors.

Thursday, 24 September 2015

Article: Imo State Ganja Weed Government

Governor Okorocha of Imo State

By Kenneth Uwadi

Two months ago the mass of Imo poor and oppressed working people, including pensioners trooped out in thousands to emphatically reject the nonpayment of salaries and pension in the state via street protests and other forms of demonstrations. Governor Okorocha could not pay pension and salaries because he plunged Imo state into total indebtedness and financial crisis through implementation of policies that diverted public funds to private pockets of rich few in the state and beyond. The so-called china road projects that he even managed to embarked upon when he came into power in 2011, aside being inflated are today abandoned and uncompleted. Worse still all infrastructures in the 27 LGA of the state are in deplorable conditions due to his conscious refusal to allow election at the local government areas in the state.

News Release: The Federal Republic Of Nigeria Vs. The Politicians & The Judges

Our attention has been drawn to recent legal skirmishes in Nigeria, regarding the Office of the Attorney-General versus a high-ranking Public Official in Nigeria.  While we are not adjudging any accused persons as guilty or innocent, until the matter is fully adjudicated; however, It is time to address the evolving “judicial lunacy” in Nigerian, where Nigerians of means, from Politicians, to Bankers, to Businessmen/women, to Drug Dealers, to Kidnappers, all attempt to buy themselves justice, by “forum shopping”, to procure court injunctions, to stop legitimate prosecutions on charges against them.