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A group of Imo citizens under the umbrella of Imo Youths Alliance, has cautioned Mr. Samuelson Iwuoha, to desist from disinforming and manipulating unsuspecting members of the public over his self inflicted ordeal at the state Police headquarters, Owerri, for alleged culpable homicide.

The group said who said they were very annoyed with the lies and propaganda Samuelson Iwuoha has been peddling against the police and some politicians in the state, with claims that they have connections with his ordeals, also wondered why Samuelson Iwuoha should be calling on Nigerians now that his initial calls on Imolites and Human Rights activists who stormed the state from all parts of the country to discover that the situation on ground was not a human right abuse, but a pure case of culpable homicide which made them leave the state angrily, thus accusing Mr. Iwuoha of deceit which they claimed made them to lose their money and time.

Mr. Iwuoha, who was recently arrested by the Police and has been undergoing interrogations after a young man was killed at his Ikenegbu residence, Owerri by members of his cult group, in his earlier statements insisted that the killing had nothing to do with him and his family, as he alleged that the act was carried out outside his residence.

  • In apparent bid to deceive the police and the unsuspecting members of the public, reports have it that Mr. Iwuoha hurriedly changed his initial statement which was intended to attract public sympathy and further tarnish the image of his perceived enemies, upon discovering that the police had discovered that the killing took place at his premises.
  • According to the Police preliminary investigative report, it was discovered from his (Iwuoha) neighbours that the crime was actually committed at his compound, which further investigations by the Police after breaking into his compound, revealed that splashes of blood which marched with the blood of the deceased after autopsy reports, were spotted around his compound and his bedroom, a development which Mr. Iwuoha, tried to conceal by locking up his premises.
  • However, rising after its emergency meeting in Owerri, yesterday, and in response to his (Mr. Iwuoha) latest statement that the Speaker, Imo State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Benjamin Uwajumogu, in collusion with other security Personnel had perfected plans to kill him while in detention, the youths Alliance, through its publicity Secretary, Mr. Chinedu Obioma, however chided Mr. Iwuoha for his continued deceit and warned him to refrain from tarnishing the image of notable Imo Sons and daughters, but allow the security agencies who are on investigation to do their job.

He said that the people of the state were already tired of his persistent deceit and blackmail as his current allegations could be traced to earlier ones he made against former Governor Ikedi Ohakim and others which he later apologized and attributed it to the handiwork of his political paymasters.

According to Mr. Obioma, “Samuelson Iwuoha should please refrain from taking the intelligent people of Imo State for a ride. How can we take a man serious who could lay accusation against others, but fail to substantiate it? How can we take Iwuoha serious when it is obvious he is being used by politicians to peddle lies against their opponents? Why is Mr.Iwuoha, also talking about non- existent EFCC petition against the Speaker, after confessing in a recorded conversation that he never submitted any petition, because he knew that based on his antecedents and the unfounded nature of his petitions, the commission will not take him serious. Mr. Iwuoha should please allow us some breath of fresh air,” he said.

The youth Alliance, however attributed Mr. Iwuoha’s predicaments to his association with a cult group, which according to reports had provided his house as a gathering point for members of his cult group in Owerri, and had in several occasions owned up to its membership of a cult group known as the Norse Men Club (Vikings Confraternity), a group which earlier issued a release in a page 12 of the Nigerian Horn advertorial of July 9-10, calling for his release. A page 12 advertorial of Nigerian Horn Newspaper of July 9-10, 2014

In their statement, the youths further querried: “If Samuelson is not a cultist, what were cult members doing in his private residence to warrant a shoot out? Or did any of the individuals he has been mentioning, encourage him to run a drinking bar at his residence which served as a notable meeting point for a particular cult group in Owerri? He once made it known that it was due to his connections with cult groups that he was able to save Mr. Speakers job when he was his Aide. This same Samuelson was recorded in a telephone conversation which was also broadcasted in major radio stations in the state, where he told the Speaker’s Aide that all his allegations against the Lawmaker were fabricated. Can you now tell us why we should take this kind of man serious?” the statement retorted.

The youths further observed that after Samuelson arrest, residents of his street along Ikenegbu axis have leaved a sigh of relief as cultists have ceased from terrorizing people around the area.
They however called on the security agencies handling the matter to expedite action in their investigation to unravel those and circumstances behind the killing.

The group condemned Mr. Iwuoha’s antics which it described as a bad precedence in our emerging democracy and expressed dismay on how a dreaded cult group could summon the courage of calling a newspaper advert for the release of its member.

Meanwhile, there are reports that Mr. Samuelson Iwuoha, has instructed his family to call for a truce with the deceased family to pave way for his release.

 

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has declared the ousted Governor of Adamawa State, Murtala Nyako, wanted.

Investigations revealed that the leadership of the commission decided to declare Nyako wanted after he failed to honour the commission’s invitations after his removal from office.

PUNCH Newspaper gathered that Nyako has evaded arrest as operatives detailed to arrest him after his removal from office by the House of Assembly has not sighted him since then.

The Head of Media and Publicity of the EFCC, Mr. Wilson Uwujaren, told the Newspaper in a telephone interview in Abuja, on Tuesday that the commission took the decision to declare Nyako wanted because he had been elusive.

“Since Nyako, was removed, he has been elusive. So the commission has devised a strategy to declare him wanted.

“The commission is planning to declare him wanted,” Uwujaren said.

In response, Nyako said he was not surprised neither was he disturbed about the decision to hound him because he would not be the first person to be so hounded by men in power.

He expressed confidence that posterity will judge his administration kindly.

Nyako, who spoke through his Director of Press and Public Affairs, Ahmad Sajoh, said this in a telephone interview with one of our correspondents in Abuja.

He said “They (the then government of the day) set up General Olusegun Obasanjo, accused him of a coup, jailed him unjustifiably and he later came out of prison to become President; they orchestrated the impeachment of Ayo Fayose, today they have returned him as governor elect.

“We have no fears. They harassed former Central Bank Governor, Sanusi Lamido; today he is the Emir of Kano. So, if what they are doing has Allah’s support, he would not elevate the people being humiliated. There is judgment of history, there is judgment of God. Today they are at the helm of affairs; it does not mean they will be at the helm of affairs tomorrow. They should also await Allah’s judgment.”

In a related development, Nyako’s deputy, Mr. Bala Ngilari was grilled for about three hours by operatives of the EFCC at the headquarters of the commission on Tuesday.

The Deputy Governor arrived the commission at 10:00 am and was allowed to go after 1.00pm.

A highly placed source at the commission said, “The former deputy governor was here. He responded to our invitation, he interacted with operatives for some hours. He came around 10am and left 1pm.”

It was further gathered that the leadership of the commission had taken a decision to defreeze one of several accounts operated by the Adamawa State Government to enable the state pay outstanding salaries owed civil servants.

It was learnt that the commission had not lifted the freeze order on the other accounts because they were still being investigated.

“One of the state government accounts, the salary accounts, has been de-frozen.

“The other ones have not been lifted because they are part of the investigation. This one was released so that the government could pay salaries; you know you cannot cripple the business of government,” the source said.
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Ninety-nine days after over 200 girls were abducted by members of the Boko Haram sect from Government Secondary School Chibok, President Goodlcuk Jonathan o Tuesday met with the parents of the girls, 51 of escapees and some other members of Chibok community at the presidential Villa in Abuja.

The meeting started with the arrival of Jonathan who was joined at the meeting by the President of the Senate, David Mark; Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno State; Governor Isa Yuguda of Bauchi State; members of the Federal Executive Council as well as security chiefs among others.

Immediately the meeting commenced at about 11.20am, journalists were asked to leave the venue.

The doors were only re-opened for journalists shortly after the President had made his closing remarks only for photojournalists to capture him in a group photograph with the escaped girls.

Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati, later told State House correspondents that the meeting was an interactive session during which the President had the opportunity to listen first-hand to the various categories of persons.

Abati described the meeting as a successful event and a good development because the President had always been looking forward to such an opportunity, having met with other stakeholders on the matter before then.

The presidential spokesman said, “Statements were made by all the representatives of people. They spoke their minds and conveyed their feelings to the President.

“The girls who escaped also gave an account of what they went through. Mr. President reassured them of the Federal Government’s determination and his own personal determination to ensure that the girls that are still in captivity are brought out alive.

“That is the main objective of the government. Mr. President also used the opportunity to empathise with the parents and the girls and to reassure them that everything will be done to make things easier for them, especially those who have escaped and the ones that will also be rescued, that their education will not in anyway suffer and he is convinced that evil will never prevail over good.

“Mr. President further assured them that after the battle has been won and the girls are brought back home, he, together with the parents and the state government will focus on development, on building Chibok, on building all that the terrorists had destroyed and on ensuring that every child, either in Chibok or in any other part of the country, has his/her dream realised.

“At the end of the meeting, the parents are happy. Everybody is in high spirit.”

Abati added that Jonathan told the gathering that government would ensure that the girls’ eduction is not truncated.

To this end, he said efforts were being made to place the escaped girls in other schools.

He said Jonathan urged them not to be afraid about their future because everything would be done to protect their right to education.

On media reports that most of the real parents of the abducted girls were not part of the meeting, Abati said the parents who attended made it clear that they are representatives of other parents.

He said over 200 people attended the meeting from Chibok.

“The girls spoke in great details about their experiences and their observations. It was an open and frank session in which everybody expressed their minds,” he concluded.

 

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(AP) About a dozen parents of the more than 200 kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls will never see their daughters again. Since the mass abduction of the schoolgirls by Islamic extremists three months ago, at least 11 of their parents have died and their hometown, Chibok, is under siege from the militants, residents report.

Seven fathers of kidnapped girls were among 51 bodies brought to Chibok hospital after an attack on the nearby village of Kautakari this month, said a health worker who insisted on anonymity for fear of reprisals by the extremists.

At least four more parents have died of heart failure, high blood pressure and other illnesses that the community blames on trauma due to the mass abduction 100 days ago, said community leader Pogu Bitrus, who provided their names.

“One father of two of the girls kidnapped just went into a kind of coma and kept repeating the names of his daughters, until life left him,” said Bitrus.

Chibok is cut off because of frequent attacks on the roads that are studded with burned out vehicles. Commercial flights no longer go into the troubled area and the government has halted charter flights.

Through numerous phone calls to Chibok and the surrounding area, The Associated Press has gathered information about the situation in the town where the students were kidnapped from their school.

Boko Haram is closing in on Chibok, attacking villages ever closer to the town. Villagers who survive the assaults are swarming into the town, swelling its population and straining resources. A food crisis looms, along with shortages of money and fuel, said community leader Bitrus.

On the bright side, some of the young women who escaped are recovering, said a health worker, who insisted on anonymity because he feared reprisals from Boko Haram. Girls who had first refused to discuss their experience, now are talking about it and taking part in therapeutic singing and drawing — a few drew homes, some painted flowers and one young woman drew a picture of a soldier with a gun last week.

Girls who said they would never go back to school now are thinking about how to continue their education, he said.

Counseling is being offered to families of those abducted and to some of the 57 students who managed to escape in the first few days, said the health worker. He is among 36 newly trained in grief and rape counseling, under a program funded by USAID.

All the escapees remain deeply concerned about their schoolmates who did not get away.

A presidential committee investigating the kidnappings said 219 girls still are missing. But the community says there are more because some parents refused to give the committee their daughters’ names, fearing the stigma involved.

Boko Haram filmed a video in which they threatened to sell the students into slavery and as child brides. It also showed a couple of the girls describing their “conversion” from Christianity to Islam.

At least two have died of snake bites, a mediator who was liaising with Boko Haram told AP two months ago. At that time he said at least 20 of the girls were ill — not surprising given that they are probably being held in an area infested with malarial mosquitoes, poisonous snakes and spiders, and relying on unclean water from rivers.

Most of the schoolgirls are still believed to be held in the Sambisa Forest — a wildlife reserve that includes almost impenetrably thick jungle as well as more open savannah. The forest borders on sand dunes marking the edge of the Sahara Desert. Sightings of the girls and their captors have been reported in neighboring Cameroon and Chad.

In Chibok, the town’s population is under stress.

“There are families that are putting up four and five other families,” local leader Bitrus said, adding that food stocks are depleted. Livestock has been looted by Boko Haram so villagers are arriving empty handed. Worst of all, no one is planting though it is the rainy season, he said.

“There is a famine looming,” he warned.

Chibok and nearby villages are targets because they are enclaves of staunch Christians in predominantly Muslim north Nigeria.

The number of soldiers guarding Chibok has increased from 15 to about 200 since the kidnapping but they have done little to increase security in Chibok, said Bitrus. The soldiers often refuse to deploy to villages under attack though there is advance warning 90 percent of the time, he said.

Last month the extremists took control and raised their black flags over two villages within 30 kilometers (18 miles) of Chibok. Last week they ordered residents of another village just 16 kilometers (10 miles) away to clear out, Bitrus said. Every village in the neighboring Damboa area has been attacked and sacked, and all the villages bordering Cameroon have been burned and are deserted, Bitrus said, quoting residents who fled.

The attacks continue despite the fact the military placed the area under a state of emergency in May 2013.

Residents feel so abandoned that they appealed this month for the United Nations to send troops to protect them. The U.N. has repeatedly urged Nigeria’s government to live up to its international responsibility to protect citizens.

President Goodluck Jonathan insists his government and military are doing everything possible to ensure the girls’ release. The Defense Ministry says it knows where they are but fears any military campaign could lead to their deaths.

Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau in a new video released this week repeated his demands that Jonathan release detained extremists in exchange for the girls — an offer Jonathan has so far refused.

After three months, few Chibok residents believe all the schoolgirls will ever return home.

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President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday finally met with 160 Chibok parents 51 of the over 200 girls abducted from Government Secondary School in Chibok Borno State, who escaped from their captors.

Also president at the closed-door meeting holding at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, service chiefs, President of the Senate, David Mark, Governors Kashim Shettima of Borno and Isa Yuguda of Bauchi as well as members of the Federal Executive Council.

The visit earlier scheduled for last week, wherein nine parents and some of the escapee girls had shunned the invitation of President Jonathan to meet with them, is coming exactly 100 days after the girls who were writing their final year exams were kidnapped from their school.

The parents’ meeting with the president was brokered by Malala, who extracted a promise from the president that he would see the parents of the abducted female students.

The President had in the past three months refused to visit the Chibok community or host the distressed parents of the abducted girls.

Despite the flaks received by the President, he consistently refused to do any of the two, but instead choose to call those mounting pressure on him, particularly the Brings Back Our Girls to step up action in the rescue of the girls the hand work of the opposition.

Although details of the meeting is unknown as at the time of this report, it is expected that the meeting will afford the president the opportunity of hearing first hand from the girls the circumstances that surrounded their abduction and their experiences in the camp of Boko Haram.

The meeting, according to Presidency sources, would also enable the president to directly express his sympathy and solidarity with the parents.
 

Journalists were barred from the meeting, with the indication that the outcome will be made known to the entire world thereafter.

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The Federal Government yesterday,  cautioned parents and guardians not to allow their children participate in  the 100 days rally for the abducted Chibok girls  by the #BringBackOurGirls campaign team.

The Coordinator of the Information Centre, Mr. Mike Omeri, gave this advice during the routine briefing on federal government mission to rescue the abducted Chibok girls.

“Information available to us is that some groups are planning to mobilize children across the country to hold rally to mark 100 days since the Chibok schoolgirls were abducted from their school.

“It will be wise for parents not to allow their children to participate and if they want to, they should be conscious of whom they are releasing their children to for the rally,” Omeri said.
He said government is not preventing citizens from exercising their constitutional rights but that it will be proper if the security situation in the country is not worsened.

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Imo Government has condemned in its entirety the gruesome murder of six in Mmahu and Obiakpu, Egbema, in Ohaji-Egbema Local Government of Imo State calling for full investigation into the matter.

Imo Deputy Governor, Prince Eze Madumere, yesterday, paid a condolence and fact finding visit to the families of those who lost their lives from the bullets of unknown gun men in Mmahu and Obiakpu communities in Egbema.

Imo number two citizen, while commiserating with the relatives and family members of late A. U. Aligbue whose son, Tony Aligbuo, was killed at the same time, condemned the dastardly act. He said Governor Okorocha had sent him to them to register his condolence and to assure them of Government’s interest in the matter.

He told the bewildered family members of the deceased that Government of Imo State has waded into the matter to bring to an end the raging violent incidents that has been the order of the day in the area.

Prince Madumere who had in his entourage the members of State Security Council  however appealed to those with useful information about the perpetrators of the evil act to report such to the nearest police station or to any security agency close to them. He reminded the people that the security agents will be working at cross purposes without useful input and information from them.

It will be recalled that in Mmahu and Obiakpu, gun men had murdered six people in cold blood in one week. Last two years, it was reported that the first son of late Aliegbo was also murdered in similar circumstance.

Narrating their experience, Mr. Prince Aligbuo, the surviving son of the deceased appealed to the Governor represented by the Deputy Governor, Prince Eze Madumere to come to their rescue to avoid the reoccurrence of the He, however thanked Deputy Governor for his time and for sharing in their pains.

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Former Military Head of State, Muhammadu Buhari, has urged President Goodluck Jonathan, to promptly halt what he called the government’s “runaway train of impunity” which he said now threatens the nation’s democracy.

In a blunt remark Monday, Mr. Buhari, now a leader of the opposition All Progressives Congress, APC, blamed Mr. Jonathan for the impeachment of the Adamawa State governor, Murtala Nyako, and the recent gale of impeachment threats against other APC governors.

“Whether or not President Goodluck Jonathan is behind the gale of impeachment or the utilization of desperate tactics to suffocate the opposition and turn Nigeria into a one-party state, what cannot be denied is that they are happening under his watch, and he cannot pretend not to know, since that will be akin to hiding behind one finger,” Mr. Buhari said in a statement.

He accused the government of subverting the constitution to impeach a governor, and deploying the institutions of state “just to kick an out-of-favour state governor in the groin”.

“’The dangerous clouds are beginning to gather and the vultures are circling; and these have manifested in Nasarawa where the ordinary people have defied guns and tanks to protest the plan to impeach Gov. Umaru Tanko Al-Makura in a repeat of the bitter medicine forced down the throat of Gov. Murtala Nyako,” Mr. Buhari said.

“’The people’s protest in Nasarawa is a sign of what to come if the federal authorities continue to target opposition state governors for impeachment. In the long run, the impeachment weapon will be blunted. Positions will become more hardened on both sides and Nigeria and Nigerians will become the victims of arrested governance and possible anarchy.”

Mr. Nyako was removed last Tuesday by state lawmakers, accused of misspending government funds.

The opposition APC accuses Mr. Jonathan and the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, of being behind the move, an allegation fuelled by speculations that more APC governors are targeted for impeachment.

After Mr. Nyako’s ouster, lawmakers in Nasarawa State moved against their governor, Tanko Al Makura, threatening impeachment also on allegations of mismanagement.

The presidency and the PDP have denied responsibility for the happenings in Adamawa and Nasarawa States.

But Mr. Buhari said as president, Mr. Jonathan cannot feign ignorance of the unfolding political events, and warned of serious threats against a nation already facing grim security troubles with attacks on defenceless civilians by the extremist Boko Haram sect spiralling out of control.

Mr. Nyako’s impeachment, or similar threats against other APC governors, are aimed at “decapitating” the opposition, he said, warning of dire implications for Nigeria’s “tenderfoot democracy”.

Mr. Buhari, who has thrice vied and failed to become president, said President Jonathan should remember no democracy can thrive without a virile opposition, “hence it will amount to a man cutting his nose to spite his face for anyone to embark on a journey to decapitate the opposition, as the current central government is doing”.

He said a man of power must realize he cannot always do things just because he could do them.

“I, along with many other patriotic Nigerians, fought for the unity and survival of this country. Hundreds of patriotic souls perished in the battle to keep Nigeria one. The blood of many of our compatriots helped to water the birth of the democracy we are all enjoying today.

“Let no one, whether the leader or the led, the high or the low, a member of the ruling or the opposition do anything to torpedo the system. Let no one, whether on the altar of personal ambition or pretension to higher patriotic tendencies, do anything that can detonate the keg of gunpowder on which the nation is sitting. It is time for all concerned to spare a thought for the ordinary citizens who have yet to see their hopes, dreams and aspirations come to reality, within the general context of nationhood,” Mr. Buhari said.

The ex-military ruler said he has a duty to speak out regardless of his status as a politician and an opposition leader, and that he resorted to public comments after unsuccessfully trying to have the president reconsider his tactics after he discussed with him privately.

“In my capacity as an elder statesman, rather than a politician, I have spoken to President Jonathan in private over these issues, but indications are that the strategy has not yielded positive fruits,” he said. “I cannot, just because I am an opposition politician, fail to do what is expected of me as an elder statesman to help rescue our nation in times of great trouble and palpable uncertainty.”

The retired general said history will not be kind to him if he sits back while things turn bad only to avoid being accused of partisanship.

“Yes, I am a politician. Yes, I am in the opposition. Yes, there is the tendency for my statement to be misconstrued as that of a politician rather than a statesman,” he said. “But I owe it as matter of duty and honour, and in the interest of our nation, to speak out on the dangerous trajectory that our nation is heading.”

Mr. Buhari said in his extensive leadership experience since the civil war, he is witnessing the worst violations under the current government.

“I can say, in all sincerity, that I have seen it all, as an ordinary citizen, a military officer, a head of state, a man who has occupied many other sensitive posts and a politician. I have been a close participant and witness to Nigeria’s political history,” he said.

“Our country has gone through several rough patches, but never before have I seen a Nigerian President declare war on his own country as we are seeing now. Never before have I seen a Nigerian President deploy federal institutions in the service of partisanship as we are witnessing now. Never before have I seen a Nigerian President utilize the common wealth to subvert the system and punish the opposition, all in the name of politics,” he said.

He urged the president to “pull the brakes” and tarry “a while, take a deep breath and ponder the impact of recent events in the polity, under his watch, on the survival of the nation and the sustenance of its democracy”.

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A Nigerian Air Force Mi-35 Helicopter on a training mission this afternoon, crashed due to technical fault at a location South of Bama in Borno State, the Defence Headquarters has said.

The Director, Defence Information, Major General Chris Olukolade in a two paragraph statement said it is established that the crash is not as a result of any enemy action.

He said investigation has commenced to unravel the circumstances that led to the accident.

 

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