Buhari to PDP: Leave my certificates alone, face unemployment, corruption, insecurity

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Presidential candidate of All Progressives Congress, APC, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd) has finally challenged Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to stop making an issue out of his school certificate, but to rather campaign on issues of unemployment, insecurity and corruption bedevilling the country.

Buhari, in a briefing Wednesday, said he would have dismissed the certificates issue as sheer mischief but for the concern expressed by many of his supporters and other well-meaning Nigerians.

He said: “Although the ruling party may want to wish this away, the issue in this campaign cannot be my certificate, which I obtained 53 years ago.

“The issues are the scandalous level of unemployment of millions of our young people, the state of insecurity, the pervasive official corruption which has impoverished our people and the lack of concern of the government for anything other than the retention of power at all costs.”

According to the former Head of State, he sat for the University of Cambridge/WASC Examination in 1961, with examination number 8280002, and passed in the Second Division.

Buhari said: “I had assumed all along that all my records were in the custody of the Military Secretary of the Nigerian Army. Much to my surprise, we are now told that although a record of the result is available, there are no copies of the certificates in my personal file.

“This is why I formally requested my old school, the Provincial Secondary School, Katsina, (now Government College, Katsina) to make available the school’s copy of the result of the Cambridge/West African School Certificate. This will be made available to the press the moment it is available.

“However, before we obtain that, let me say for the record that I attended Provincial Secondary School, Katsina. I graduated in 1961 with many prominent Nigerians, including General Shehu Yar’Adua, former Chief of Staff at the Supreme Headquarters, and Justice Umaru Abdullahi, a former President of the Court of Appeal.

“We sat for the University of Cambridge/WASC Examination together in 1961, the year we graduated. My examination number was 8280002, and I passed the examination in the Second Division.

“And although the ruling party may want to wish this away, the issue in this campaign cannot be my certificate, which I obtained 53 years ago. The issues are the scandalous level of unemployment of millions of our young people, the state of insecurity, the pervasive official corruption, which has impoverished our people and the lack of concern of the government for anything other than the retention of power at all costs.”

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Katsina Stoning: Niger Delta “ll retaliate, says Dokubo Asari

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ABUJA – Leader of Niger Delta Peoples Volunteer Force, NDPVF, Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo-Asari Thursday reacted to the attack on the convoy of president Goodluck Jonathan by some irate youths in the state during a campaign rally on Tuesday, saying the Niger Delta would respond in due course.

Asari also warned the Igbo and the members of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC who currently reside in the north to return home as they would have themselves to be blamed should anything happen to them.

The NDPVF leader while addressing a press conference in Abuja faulted the Abuja peace accord entered into by President Jonathan and the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, General Mohammadu Buhari with 12 others, saying it was unnecessary.

Going into memory lane, Asari recalled that the north has always had the penchant for causing election violence.

“There is an established pattern of pre and post election violence in the north. In the 50s when late Awolowo was campaigning in the north, he went with helicopters and he was mocked. People said he was flying over the houses and peeping their wives. That has continued and everywhere in the country, people say leave them alone. We don’t want any trouble. But I think the game has changed. The rules of the game have changed.

“For every action, there will be an opposite and equal reaction. I knew that the signing of the accord was useless and that the president subjected himself to sign such an accord. For me, it was out of place for a president and commander in chief of the armed forces of a country. But the president is a humble person. He does things that even marvel some of us and make us sometimes to be very angry.

“To be frank, I was very angry on that day they were signing it. The president has sworn to protect the lives of every Nigerian. So, why would he after taking a constitutional oath subject himself to another oath?

“So what happened in Katsinah is not a surprise. But don’t be surprised. We are putting the world on notice that they have started first. When we reply, let no body talk. Because we are going to reply. We did not sign any accord with them. They did not sign. They are talking about about election violence now because they know that other people will respond.

“Before, they had the monopoly of violence, so nobody cared who died. Our lives were not valuable and they had all the latitude to wreck havoc and did what they liked. But the game has changed. Be bold enough to tell them that game has changed. If they slice our throat, we are going to slice your throat. They stoned the president, you will hear from us. That’s the answer.

“My concern is what happens after the election because we know they will do what they are known to do every time. But this time, they will cry. So all Igbo people who are there, if you don’t come back home and you want to continue to be there and something happens to you, there is nobody to be blamed. If you have a child who is a youth corper and you allow him to be there, you will not hold anybody responsible.”

Asari who was also the former President of Ijaw Youth Council, IYC, reiterated his stand on victory for president Jonathan, saying he would win the February polls.

“There is no way Goodluck will not win the election. We will win them and we know they are preparing for violence in consonance with some foreign powers. When they do that, we will respond disproportionately. We will respond. That’s what we are going to do. If you hit me with a stick, I am going to hit you with iron. I am not speaking in riddles. I am speaking in plain language. My English may not be very good. I am speaking in my own street language. We are going respond disproportionately and we are apologetic.

“The people who are in Katsinah who did not hold their children should also know that I will not hold my children”, he said.

Reminded that Buhari has repeatedly dissociated himself from violence, Asari said “He is a liar. This is the same man who said that the blood of monkeys and baboons will flow on the street. He sounded a note of warning in clear terms. Who are the monkeys and the baboons? He has not explained to us. So, for him now to say whatever he says, that is his business.They burnt president Jonathan’s campaign vehicles in Jos and they were singing “sai Buhari oyoyo”. Why is it that violence is always initiated by the people shouting his name?”

He however said that there would not be violence unless the north “asks” for one.

“I assure you, nothing will happen anywhere if they do not initiate violence. Did we ask them to stone the president yesterday? Do you want us to fold our arms so that they will kill him? Let them stop the violence. When they do, we will stop. A situation where Shakua will stand and say Niger Delta we are coming for you. Goodluck I am coming for you. You are a man and I am a man. We are going to look at each other eyeball to eyeball. You can shoot and I can shot. You can kill and I can kill. You can destroy and I can destroy.

“The question is not for me. It is for Buhari, el-Rufai, Shakua. They are the people you have to direct this question to. Go and ask Buhari why he allowed his people to stone the president and commander -in-chief in Katsinah. There must be balance of terror. One person does not have the prerogative to kill, main and destroy.

On the preparedness and readiness of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC to conduct the polls, Asari said INEC was not ready. He however did not support the idea of postponing the elections

“From what INEC has done so far, it is not because of the violence, so many people have not collected their PVC. Look at the “ojoro”that is going on in INEC. Twenty of the twenty seven local governments in Borno are in the hands of Boko haram but more people have collected PVCs in Borno than in Abia state where there is no crisis.

“For me, let every person be allowed to vote without PVC. If we are going to use the PVC, then INEC is not ready. But I am not calling for the postponement of the election. We will win the election decisively. On the 14th of February, there will be “failbuhari” and will win decisively.”

On the saga trailing the academic qualification of Buhari, the Niger Delta activist challenged the presidential candidate to produce his WAEC certificate.

“A man rose to the rank of a General in the Nigeria army with a note from a principal that this man is in Form six, he will pass English, Mathematics, etcetera, he should be recruited and commissioned into the army. A year after this Mr. Saint deposited an affidavit that he has a WAEC result which has not been found. He said the military board has my result. Where on earth do you give your original certificate to your employers?” He asked.

– See more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2015/01/katsina-stoning-niger-delta-ll-retaliate-says-dokubo-asari/#sthash.pROW3fyc.dpuf

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“All Igbos in the North should all leave now”, Asari Dokubo warns!!!

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DobukoAlhaji Asari Dokubo of the Niger Delta Peoples Volunteers Force (NDPVF) vowed to retaliate the alleged stoning of President Goodluck Jonathan’s convoy when he visited Kastina state.

Dokubo also bitterly condemned the signing of the non-violence peace accord by Jonathan, saying, “For every action, there would be an opposite and equal reaction.”

“To be very frank, on that day they were signing the accord I was very angry, signing with who?” The president has sworn to protect the lives of every Nigerian, so why would he take another oath after taking the constitutional oath?

“Buhari’s statements concerning peace accord was meant to deceive Nigerians”, saying Nigerians should not believe him.

Speaking on bringing about peace, Dokubo said, “nothing will happen if the Northerners do not engineer violence, adding that anything contrary, he and his people will not fold their arms”.

“The question is not for me, it’s for Buhari, Shakau and others who can not stop their people from stoning Jonathan when he visited Kastina”

“We know there are going to do what they know how to do best after election, but my message to all the Igbo in the North is that they should all leave now, including all the corporals serving there, let them come back home because they will do it again after Jonathan must have been declared winner.”

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Rivers 2015 Pre-election Violence: APC to Drag PDP to the UN, Amnesty International, Other International Bodies

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The Rivers State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has initiated moves to report the leadership of the State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the United Nations, Amnesty International, ECOWAS and other International Bodies over the violence being unleashed on APC ahead of the February 2015 general elections.

Along this line, the Rivers State APC leadership has set up a ten-man committee to compile evidence of attacks against APC members, offices and properties to be sent to the United Nations and other international bodies with a view to getting them to intervene before the situation gets out of hand and enemies of our democracy use Rivers State as a battle ground and scuttled our nascent democracy. The committee has Prince Peter Odike, the Rivers State APC Deputy Chairman, as Chairman and Barr. Sogbeye C. Eli, the Rivers State APC Youth Leader, as Secretary. Other members of the committee are Chief Emeka Bekee, Secretary of Rivers State APC; Evangelist (Mrs.) Carol Nagbo, Women Leader; Chief Eze C. Eze; Hon. Israel Asiamaka, Okirika Chairman of APC; Chief Victor Ere, Andoni APC Chairman; Hon. Ojukaya Flag-Amachree, former Asaro-Toru Local Government Chairman; Hon. Awongo Ikalama, Chief of Staff to the Speaker of Rivers State House of Assembly; and Chief (Barr.) Obinna JK Chukwu. The committee, which was inaugurated on Monday in Port Harcourt by Rivers State APC Chairman, Dr. Davies Ibiamu Ikanya, was given seven days to submit its report and recommendations

Inaugurating the committee, Dr. Ikanya urged it to specifically get details of how the party’s two secretariats in Okirika and Adoni were bombed within a space of less than a week, how many APC members have been killed or maimed, and the circumstances under which these evils were perpetrated.

 

Justifying the need for setting up of the committee, Ikanya said: “It has become the trend to attack our members and destroy APC’s campaign billboards, posters and banners, particularly those of our party’s standard bearer, Dr. Dakuku Adol Peterside, whenever the party is to go out for campaign in any particular locality. In any local government area where Chief Nyesome Wike, the PDP Leader and gubernatorial candidate, is going to campaign, PDP thugs move round overnight and remove APC’s billboards, posters and banners to create the impression that Wike is fully on the ground in the area while he knows that he is not on ground in any part of Rivers State.

 

“We can no longer fold our arms and watch while we are being viciously attacked and slaughtered by people, whose mission and vision in politics is to spread violence as their own way of grabbing power, having seen that they have been overwhelmingly rejected by the electorates. What makes the situation more pathetic is that security agencies in Rivers State, including the Police and the Department of State Security (DSS), have failed to make any arrest or call the PDP leadership to order simply because they are controlled by the PDP-led Federal Government, which is desperate to take over Rivers State at all cost.

 

“We are disappointed that Chief Nyesome Wike has not been invited for questioning or cautioned despite his excesses and those of his supporters. Last Thursday while campaign at Abua Central, headquarters of Abua/Odual Local Government Area, Wike gleefully made violent utterances and threats, even publicly boasting that he could order the Police Commissioner to arrest those that he wants to be arrested and such an order would be carried out. If Wike can go free despite making such reckless statements, we need no further tutorial as to why these attacks on our members and our properties are not considered worthy of investigation by the Police authorities.

 

“We in Rivers State APC believe in a violence-free election and campaign based on issues. That was why we took our case to the State Police Command and DSS last Monday. Sadly, however, our peaceful protest has not yielded any positive fruit. To the contrary, it seems that the protest march further angered the PDP leadership, as our Andoni Local Government Secretariat was viciously bombed the next day. We are no longer safe in our own State because of politics and we must put a stop to these acts of hooliganism and madness. We hereby appeal to the international community to come to our rescue as unchecked violence in Rivers State has the potential to instigate a chain of events that may truncate Nigeria’s nascent democracy.

 

“We need to commend and congratulate respected elder statesman Bolaji Akinyemi, who may have had Rivers State in mind when he advocated the need for a peace treaty between principal political parties, which led to the signing of the Abuja Peace Accord between President Goodluck Jonathan and General Muhammadu Buhari last week. We will also remain grateful to Mr. Kofi Annan former Secretary General of the United Nations and our own Chief Emeka Anyaoku the former Secretary General of the Commonwealth, both of whom saw to this Peace Accord. We, however, wish to state that we should not stop at the Abuja Peace Accord. We, therefore, wish to draw the attention of Mr. Annan and Chief Anyaoku to the observation of the USA Ambassador to Nigeria, James Entwistle, that if care is not taken, Rivers State may be a battle ground during the forthcoming elections. We appeal to Annan and Anyaoku to consider paying a visit to Chief Nyesome Wike to impress on him the need to call his men to order and avoid further acts of violence.”

 

Responding on behalf of the committee, the Chairman, Prince Peter Odika, assured the State APC Leadership that the members would do a thorough job as the lives of Rivers people and the future of both Rivers State and Nigeria are at stake.

 

Long Live APC!

 

Long Live Rivers State!!

 

Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze,

 

SSA Media and Public Affairs to the State Chairman, APC Rivers State.

      

20-01-15

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Hospital Gives Buhari Clean Bill Of Health

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Contrary to a widely circulated hospital report on the internet, purportedly from Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Zaria, claiming that the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), General Muhammadu Buhari, is suffering from prostate cancer, the management of the hospital has flatly debunked any knowledge of the medical report.

A statement by the Directorate of Media and Publicity of the APC campaign in Abuja yesterday described as disdainful, distractive, mischievous, fake and fallacious, the trending news report of the alleged prostate cancer condition of its presidential flag-bearer, being credited to a source from the renowned teaching hospital.

The medical report which was supposedly gotten by some reporters of NewsDay alleged that the presidential candidate’s medical situation was arrived at through a method known as digital rectal examination (DRE) in detecting the prostate cancer clinically.

The newspaper stated that, “As learnt by our team of investigative reporters, the DRE finding was indicative of prostate cancer, arc; Asymmetry of prostate gland. A nodule, induration of part or whole prostate, hard or woody consistency of part or all of the prostate, obliteration of the median sulcus in advanced cases, palpable seminal vesicles.“The case of Pa Muhammadu Buhari is a serious medical condition, as it has gotten to the levels of that of an elevated prostate-specific antigen (PSA),” the newspaper alleged, quoting a doctor who would not want his name on print.

However, debunking the story in its entirety, Garba Shehu, APC’s director of media and publicity, said the report of cancer is untrue and condescending of its exponents. “I have it on good authority that GMB (General Muhammadu Buhari) has not visited the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital in the last five years.

So, how can anyone say that he was diagnosed with prostate cancer last October, barely three months ago?“This is the highest point of political distraction, malice and mischief.

The report was not only fake, but unfounded. I have spoken to impeccable sources at ABUTH, all of whom denied the report and also claimed that the letterhead used was not their regular one, and that Dr Bala Mohammed that purportedly approved the false medical report is not on the personnel list of that department,” he said.Also, Shehu said sources at ABUTH disclosed that “medical report analysis only come from laboratory technologists and not medical doctors as handwritten in this particular case, stressing that General Buhari did not attend the hospital for cancer or any other ailment.

”Shehu also dismissed as figment of the imagination of “wicked and evil persons”, rumour that General Buhari may travel to the United States towards the end of this month for medical check-up, restating its earlier statement on Friday that Buhari was as fit as a fiddle.Shehu, while dismissing the report as fabrications, however, said that “as a prominent leader of the opposition, many interests across the globe want him (GMB) over for political and diplomatic consultations,” adding that the “invitation to the US may not be unconnected to this.”According to him, “Pathology tissue biopsy was involved in the diagnosis that produced the results.”

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Obasanjo should be in prison

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Olusegun Obasanjo, the former president of Nigeria

Uwa Erhabor was Fela Kuti’s personal aide, friend and confidante. He wrote the book Kalakuta Diaries, giving the public a detailed insider’s view of Fela’s Kalakuta Republic.

Mr. Erhabor was in Abuja a couple of weeks ago for the Nigerian launch of Kalakuta Diaries. While there, he let it be known that he plans to get the ball rolling on charging former President Olusegun Obasanjo with crimes against humanity.

I had an in-depth conversation with Mr. Erhabor on a range of topics from Obasanjo to Fela to the political landscape in Nigeria.

AO: Congratulations on the book launch in Nigeria.

UE: Thanks. I don’t have a publisher in Nigeria at the moment; my publisher is in the US. I’m working on getting a Nigerian publisher.

How is Fela being received these days by the powers that be?

(laughs) Every Tom, Dick and Harry loves Fela now. Even the people who stood against Fela love him now. Of course it’s only after he’s dead. It’s a shame that Fela is not alive to witness all this. The Nigerian government shamelessly tried to put Fela’s mother’s face on money. Can you believe that?

I heard. I wasn’t surprised.

Crooks are using Fela’s name to steal money. Fela was a staunch Pan-Africanist and socialist. He wouldn’t stand for any of this bullshit going on in his name. The corruption and hypocrisy in this contraption called Nigeria is too much.

The corruption seems so brazen these days.

Look at Obasanjo; he’s gallivanting around, painting a moral picture of himself. He’s now crusading against Goodluck Jonathan, a man he personally selected and put on the PDP ticket with Umaru Yar’Adua. Obasanjo is now supposed to be the voice of morality. He’s pointing and wagging his finger at everyone but himself. How can you have a holier than thou attitude towards those you are worse than? Obasanjo is the father of corruption in Nigeria. He has no moral ground with which to criticize anyone whatsoever. There is so much hypocrisy from that man. People have short memories in Nigeria. Obasanjo should be rotting in prison. Remember the Haliburton bribery and corruption scandal?

I certainly do, but refresh the memory of TIA readers.

Obasanjo was bribed with millions by Haliburton. Someone else took the fall. Obasanjo is now going around condemning corruption. What kind of rubbish is this? It’s madness that a man with this kind of baggage and unresolved crimes is given press and free reign to move about. Nigeria has had a lot of corrupt leaders, but Obasanjo takes the cake. His corruption is unparalleled.

You’re looking to bring Obasanjo up on criminal charges. Tell us more about this.

Obasanjo should be in prison. He’s been getting away with atrocities and crimes against humanity for far too long. Under Obasanjo’s civilian rule, the massacres at Odi in Bayelsa State and Zaki Biam in Benue State occurred. Odi was razed. Women, men, old people, they were all killed by the Nigerian military on Obasanjo’s command. There has been no accountability. No one has been charged for this mass murder of innocent people. These were unarmed civilians, not militants.

I’m working on gathering signatures from Nigerians and the international community so that we can put forward a case to the ICC (International Criminal Court) at The Hague. An investigation needs to be opened for the massacres at Odi and Zaki Biam. Obasanjo needs to be brought to justice. When we get a million signatures, we will present the case to the ICC for the innocents Obasanjo has killed.

It’s alarming that these massacres occurred under Obasanjo’s civilian rule.

Remember what Fela said about democracy?

He called it demo-crazy, demonstration of craze.

Under Obsananjo’s civilian rule and so-called democracy, we witnessed demonstration of craze.

I have ties to the Niger Delta, so I know about Odi. However, most Nigerians outside the region don’t seem to know about these harrowing events. I’m always met with blank stares when I bring it up.

They don’t know because Nigeria is a colonial contraption. No one knows what really happens in other parts of the country. Many parts of Nigeria have zero visibility. Something Awolowo did right was raise visibility for the western region and Yorubaland. He created infrastructure.

Awolowo pushed for education. I believe he started the Nigerian Tribune, which is Nigeria’s oldest newspaper.

Unfortunately, leadership in the northern part of the country didn’t do the same for their people. Illiteracy is highest in the north. With the exception of Murtala Muhammed, they haven’t had real leadership. The level of backwardness in some parts of the north is so shocking that it has to be by design.

I do wonder how space can be allotted to politicians like Ahmed Sani Yerima who marries underage girls and tries to introduce bills to marry children under the guise of Islamic jurisprudence. One could argue that someone like Yerima is an anomaly, but the reality is that he has viable support. He’s not a village elder on the fringes. He was a two term governor of Zamfara and he is now a senator. In a sane world, the people of Zamfara should have run him out of town.

Northern leadership doesn’t answer these questions. How do you explain it? How do you explain the lack of infrastructure and development? In the 54 years of Nigerian independence, leadership has been firmly in northern hands most of this time. Outside of Obasanjo and Jonathan currently, it’s been mostly the north ruling. Why then is the north in the shape that it’s in? The way things are, northern leadership either made a conscious decision to not do for their people or they simply don’t care. Some parts of northern Nigeria looks like you’re stepping back in time.

Poor infrastructure and development is a major problem in the north.

What has northern leadership been doing for the past half century? How can you be in leadership for decades, yet the masses of your people remained in squalor the entire time? Who else had the power to fix it? Something is wrong. I conclude that northern leadership and elites want it this way. Infrastructure is poor, education is poor, illiteracy rates are the highest and there are no jobs. Development of citizens has clearly not been the main agenda for northern leadership through the years. I think they want a subjugated and foolish population because they are easier to control and so they can continue to steal money. Northern elites and their families aren’t the ones suffering. It’s the northern masses who are. The northern masses get angry at the wrong people, usually people not from the north. When the masses get upset at someone or something, they riot with displaced anger.

Speaking of riots, there were deadly riots in 2011 in the north when Buhari lost. Hundreds of people were killed. People I know living in the north who witnessed the post-election riots in 2011 and the Miss World riots years earlier have expressed to me their fears of violence erupting after the 2015 elections. Those not from the north are making contingency plans to go back to their hometowns just in case. Those who can afford it have standby plane tickets to the US or England just in case. Politics seem secondary to them at this point; they are mostly worried about violence erupting after the elections.

I understand their concerns.

What’s the future for Nigeria?

Everything comes full circle. Personally, I’m not sentimental about this contraption called Nigeria. It’s a farce constructed by British colonialists. I’m from the Kingdom of Benin. Nigeria could split and it wouldn’t bother me. The idea of “one Nigeria” is a myth. Anyone with eyes and common sense can see that we are not one.

I wish this wasn’t the case, but political views seem to move along regional, ethnic and/or religious lines. There are exceptions to this rule, but I can’t deny my observations.

Nigeria is not one, but has it ever been? No one who studies the history of Nigeria to the present can reach a conclusion of a united Nigeria. In the past, ethnic minorities in southern Nigeria endured leader after leader that took them for granted. Decades of marginalization and exploitation has forced them to be politically vested in Nigeria. It opened their eyes and made them realize that they too have a stake in the country, considering that their oil wealth is what keeps the contraption going. The people are frustrated. Niger Delta militants exist because of that frustration. Nigeria would be nothing without the oil in the Niger Delta, but the people living where the wealth is have nothing to show for it. After years of exploitation of their land, ethnic minorities in the south aren’t quiet anymore. They are more vocal because they are fed up with all their wealth going into the hands of westerners, northern oligarchs and corrupt politicians who control their oil resources.

There is also a lot of talk about APC [All Progressives Congress] and PDP [People’s Democratic Party], but I personally don’t ascribe to either political party. PDP or APC, it makes no difference. Most of the people in APC are defectors from PDP and other parties. They moved over to APC for political viability and better chances as an opposition to PDP. That’s it. It’s not because they are moral. Some of the same crooks from PDP are now in APC. How exactly are they different? If PDP is a den of corruption and APC is comprised of PDP people who just moved over, then what makes APC clean? They talk about change, but it’s the same suspects shuffling around.

Why do some Nigerians not see it this way?

As I said earlier, Nigerians have short memories. Look at Obasanjo again. All the shit Obasanjo has done is too long to list. Obasanjo is a killer. He’s a mass murderer. He breaks the law with impunity, just rampant lawlessness and he has yet to pay for anything he has done. Only in a country like Nigeria can someone like this be considered an elder statesman and be allowed to parade himself around as a moral crusader. It’s madness. The corrupt are championing anti-corruption. This bastard Obasanjo tried to kill Fela. His soldiers threw Fela’s elderly mother out of a window. When she died of her injuries, Fela took her coffin directly to Obasanjo at Dodan barracks. Obasanjo ordered his men to kill Fela, but Mamman Vatsa intervened. Vatsa saved Fela from certain death.

The song “Coffin for Head of State” details Fela delivering his mother’s coffin to Obasanjo at Dodan Barracks

Mamman Vatsa was killed some years later, right?

That’s right. Babangida executed him. He was allegedly plotting a coup to overthrow Babangida’s government.

What’s next for you Uwa?

Apart from working towards bringing Obasanjo to the ICC, I’ll be in the US promoting the book early this year.

Thank you for your time.

Thanks Atane.

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I will be Nigeria’s next president — Prof. Sonaiya

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The only female contestant and standard-bearer of the Kowa Party in next month’s presidential election, Prof. Oluremi Sonaiya, talks about her ambition, women participation in politics and plans for Nigeria in this interview with GBENGA ADENIJI

What are you looking for in politics, having proven your worth in the academia?

I am looking for a good life for Nigerians — plain and simple. With all the resources that the country has, this is not how we ought to live.

Some people are of the opinion that there are two major candidates for the forthcoming presidential election and that others are mere pretenders. Are you one of the pretenders?

The people who think so are missing the point. In fact, they are not missing it; they are just wrong. I do not know why the Independent National Electoral Commission will publish a list of 11 candidates for the election and some people will take it upon themselves to reduce that number to two. That was what was written in an opinion on the back page of The PUNCH sometime last week, to which I quickly responded. Nobody has the right to help us think or do a pre-election. It’s like when you are going to have an interview, and then you decide that there are candidates you are going to interview. That is not the case in these elections. INEC has judged 11 candidates qualified, I don’t know where people are getting only two candidates from.

Considering the fact that the Nigerian political landscape is male-dominated, don’t you think all you are seeking is political relevance?

Seeking for political relevance, in itself, is not a wrong thing. Seeking for political relevance, so that you can do well for the majority of the people, is what politics is and that is what has been driving me. Politics offers one the platform to do the utmost good for the greatest number of people. Of course, I am seeking to be politically relevant so that I can have that opportunity.

On the issue of being a woman, this is a Nigerian, maybe African thing. We still think that ‘Oh you’re a woman, you’re a woman.’ And yet, all around us in the world, even in Liberia, we have seen a woman who is the President. What is wrong if a woman becomes the president of Nigeria, when a woman is already president in Liberia? What is peculiar about us? Why can women head other countries and it cannot happen in our own land? I would like to understand what the thinking behind that is. Is it that we are completely different from other human beings?

If you are really keen on service to the country, why are you not contesting under a well-known political party?

I am contesting for presidency on the platform of the Kowa Party because values matter to me a lot. Principles matter to me a lot. And I do not think that I want to trade my conscience, values or principles for, maybe, more certain results politically. We all know what we have been experiencing with the major political parties. You, the journalists, have been telling us — the lack of internal democracy, all this shifting back and forth, the apparent lack of ideologies and principles, and things like that. Why should I go and join forces with a political party where I will be constantly hitting my head against the wall? I have chosen to join a party whose principles and values are clear to me and where I think I will be able to have a moderate impact. When you consider the larger ones, my party may seem to be relatively not well-known, but principles are just fundamental for me.

Don’t you think that there were no strong candidates in your party, and that was why you emerged?

I don’t know why you feel that I am not strong enough as a presidential candidate. People were free to contest and we had primaries; there were four aspirants for the position.

How did you emerge?

We were interviewed. We had the primaries.

How many females contested?

I was the only female that contested.

What is your political worth?

I am bringing hope and the certainty that things can be better. I am bringing freshness; no baggage with me; all the political baggage that holds us down. It is all fine when it is campaign period and a lot of promises are flying about in the air. When push comes to shove, after somebody wins the election, everybody begins to jostle for positions.

What level of support have you received from fellow women, who make up your constituency?

Who says that my major constituency is women? I really hope that we will break from the molds we have locked ourselves into. Why can’t I represent the mechanics? Why is gender that important? Yes, I am the only female candidate in the forthcoming presidential election and I certainly hope that many women will be able to look at me and be able to identify with me. That is good. I have not been monitoring all the people who have been supporting me. I have not decided to categorise them; to me, that is not important.

You don’t have a clear picture of the level of support you have received from all categories of groups…

No, I am not interested in such perceptions. You are trying to impose your kind of perception of the reality on me, which I will not subscribe to. I am interested in the generality of Nigerians. If I am interested in the level of support from women, I will be interested in the level of support I get from the handicapped, the students and all other categories.

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo promised 30 per cent of women participation in politics while he was in office. Do you think this move has encouraged more women to join politics?

To be honest with you, I do not think that we have got the best women into politics in Nigeria. Several women who have gone there did so because they were the wives, daughters or sisters of some people. I would prefer women to compete on their skills. There are competent women in our land — many; but many will not get there because of the system that we have been operating. Because of this tokenism, we just put this person there. I would not agree to be put there; I want to get there by my own scheme. I want to really compete.

What do you think are the chances you have?

I think my chances are great because I think that deep down within them, Nigerians will recognise that they have been suffering in the hands of those who have been there all these years. It does not take any special abilities to recognise that.

How will you assess the incumbent President?

I am not interested in scoring anybody. I have said that what has been happening to us is unacceptable. We had broken promises. Do you know how long the government has been promising us to fix the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway? Do you know how long we have been on that issue? How long will it take to repair how many kilometres of road? People still spend up to three, five hours on the expressway. Is that the way to live? I’m just asking. I am asking the people out there; are they satisfied with that kind of life? I have retired from the university and I have my pension. I could jolly well, go and rest my head somewhere and be enjoying myself.

Why are you not doing that?

I am not doing that because this is my country and I have a stake in it. I have stake in it for you and everybody else. Somebody has got to do what I am doing.

But you could also join hands and work with the eventual winner of the presidential election to move the country forward?

Support people who do not share your values? What kind of support are you going to get in terms of these fundamental principles that I am talking about? — Principles of fairness and justice for all, and not just for a few people; principles that build a system that allows the resources of a nation to be equitably shared. We remember that a former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria ignited a wildfire when he revealed that 20 per cent of the overhead of the budget was going to the National Assembly. Is that fair? Is that equity? These are the issues that I’m concerned about. Have the people who are there demonstrated that they are really concerned about such? It seems all there is to it is to give some handouts or token.

I don’t believe in government by handouts or benevolence. They distribute 10,000 motorcycles for people to do commercial transportation; pepper-grinding machines, sewing machines, Keke Marwa (tricycle), etc. How many of us will they distribute that to? Is it not better to build a system that functions, so that all of us can actualise our dreams and all of us can work? If there is an enabling environment, people will be ready to work. People will be able to pursue their ambitions, their areas of talent and so on.

Why are you not contesting for governorship or a seat in the National Assembly, at least for a start?

Not that I see anything wrong with that; I have given much thought to what I am doing. I have written three books on the Nigerian conscience. I really think I should contest at the level I am contesting now. I am convinced about what I am doing. I come from Oyo State. I am from Ibadan. I have lived in Osun State practically since 1972, when I became a student at the Obafemi Awolowo University. I have never really gone back to live in Ibadan. I have gone for studies somewhere and come back to Ile-Ife. Now, do you think Osun people will allow me to contest under Osun State? Won’t they ask where my father’s house is? Isn’t the National Assembly also a representation from the state? That’s what I’m telling you.

What is in your manifesto?

My manifesto is about ensuring that there will be no exclusion. I have a vision of a Nigeria where nobody is excluded; where no individual suffers avoidable exclusion. That is what my manifesto is about. Of course, that has to be broken down into different issues of security, job provision or employment, education and ensuring that there is rule of law. But the overreaching idea is to ensure that nobody suffers exclusion — the handicapped person that needs to get on a ramp to access a bank or something like that; providing safety and ensuring that we have a functioning policing system so that young girls are not held in baby factories; no child trafficking; protection for the citizens so that there will be no brutality from people in the armed forces. There are also security issues — how do we solve the Boko Haram insurgency? All of us must be protected and all of us must work together.

Political campaigns involve a lot of money. How are you funding yours?

People like you are supporting me. I do not have one single moneybag, for which I am truly grateful because, as I have told you before, I do not want to carry any baggage. Part of the phrases that you will be seeing on my posters and online is ‘Clean hands.’ All the people throwing billions at campaigns are making investments and they will be waiting to collect the yields on their investments.

All over the world, political campaigns gulp money, so what are you trying to say?

I’m not saying campaigns don’t gulp money. I am saying that people like you are contributing their N5,000.

How much have you realised?

I am not going to tell you that. I am not about to declare how much I have realised right now. It’s still coming in. As money comes in, I can do this or that. I don’t have a huge sum of money streaming in. As money comes in, it gives me the opportunity to do something else that I had not done before.

How far have you gone to convince the electorate that you are the best candidate among the rest?

I cannot measure in that sense, but what I know is that I am exploring all the avenues that are available to me. I have been on television and radio. I have been interviewed by newspapers, both foreign and local. I am getting my message out as powerful and as clear a manner as I can. I am getting good feedback. Of course, there have been a few skeptics who say, ‘A woman’s place is in the kitchen.’ They are living in the past; it’s their choice. They are free to do so. But I am very happy with the encouragement and the kind of feedback that I am getting. It is really energising me.

Are you confident that INEC will ensure free, fair and credible elections?

I really hope so. I often think and I believe I actually wrote an article on this before that when they are given an opportunity at historical moments, they have an assignment to do for Nigeria. All eyes are on Nigeria. Everybody has been saying that the 2015 elections will be like a watershed for Nigeria. You know how much expectation there is concerning the coming elections. When one is given an assignment at such a historical moment in history, one dares not fail. It will be a big slap if one fails at such a moment. I really hope they don’t let us down. I will pray for them. I really hope they will be able to get their acts together. The consequences of failure at these elections are just too great. I’m sure they don’t want that to happen to us as a nation.

If you don’t win the election, what will be your next political step?

I am sure I will win the election. However, when I get to February 15, I will think about what to do next. I’ll see what God would have me do next.

Did you consult God before taking the decision?

I did. In all my ways, every single day, I ask him: ‘Direct me God. What is your will is for me; let me not go astray.’

What did God tell you?

Let’s keep that between me and Him. That’s a personal thing between me and God.

Some Nigerians have advocated for a two-party system, arguing that such would ensure a virile, stronger democracy. What is your take on this?

If I were to agree with that, we must also make room for independent candidacy. There may be somebody who does not like Party A or Party B, and that person should also be given a chance to vie for positions. If the country wants to go totally bi-partisan, that’s fine; but they must have independent candidates. That is the way I look at it.

Have you ever held any political office?

No, that is why people are saying ‘You are starting from the top.’

Who is your political godfather?

No, I do not have a political godfather. I have God as my father and that is sufficient.

What are the challenges you have encountered so far?

I don’t think there is any particular challenge I am battling because I am female. What I have noticed is this reluctance of the Nigerian media to latch on to the reality that there are nine other contestants and they too need to be made known to the people. They seem to be struggling over themselves, popularising those who are extremely popular already. I don’t know how much percentage of the articles I have read are about the Peoples Democratic Party or the All Progressives Congress candidate. I don’t think they are doing a good service to Nigerians by not giving full coverage to the other candidates who are there because they are not letting Nigerians know what other choices that they have. They all seem to have reduced their choices to two. We keep doing the same things; we keep voting for the same people who have kept us in the mess that we are in.

How supportive have your colleagues been towards the realisation of your ambition?

I think you mean how supportive my husband has been. My husband is my number one supporter. I really want to publicly appreciate him and his sense of support. He is not your usual Nigerian man in terms of his ideas and perceptions. And he’s always been like that. Throughout my academic career, he was the one that woke up some day and said, ‘If you really want to be a serious academic, you really have to get yourself a PhD. And I went off to the United States for three and a half years and he was content to be at home. I don’t know how many men would do that. Even my being in Lagos right now came from him. He said, ‘Look, you cannot conduct a campaign from Ile-Ife. It won’t work. Get up, pack your luggage and relocate to Lagos, so you’ll be closer to the journalists and the airport if you have to travel. I really appreciate the spirit of sacrifice and support I have enjoyed from him all these years. My colleagues have also been very supportive. I am not sure that the Academic Staff Union of Universities likes to take a public position, so I will leave them to decide what they want.

What is your message to the electorate?

My message to the electorate is that they should dare to believe in change. They should not agree that we do not have a choice. We cannot continue doing things the same way and expect things to change. They should let us work together. Let’s take that bold step towards the change that we have all been yearning for, so that we can have a good life for ourselves in Nigeria.

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Governor Amaechi Of Rivers Bars Jonathan From Using State’s Stadium

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Governor Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers state has refused letting PDP use the state owned Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium, Igwurita-Ali for its presidential campaign slated for January 28th.

According to Thisday, PDP had written to the state government seeking permission to use the stadium for its presidential campaign but in its response, the government said the party could not use it as it was under construction, a position faulted by the PDP.

According to PDP, the APC had used that same stadium twice recently. Speaking on the matter, the state Chairman of PDP, Felix Obuah, said the stadium was built with Tax payers money and so should be available for use to everyone.

"The facilities of Rivers State are owned by all of us; all tax-paying people. The Adokiye Amiesiemaka Stadium belongs to Rivers people; Rivers State money was used to build it. It was not meant for the Buhari campaign manager; it is not his personal property. They used it for their own rally and their own celebrations. We have applied to use the place for our rally, come 28th of this month. But the governor, in his act of impunity, has refused us the use of that place.".

The Chairman warned that if the decision of Governor Amaechi is not rescinded, they would use the stadium with or without any approval.

 

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Rivers 2015 Polls: Non Indigenes Endorse Buhari and Peterside

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The All Progressives Congress (APC), Rivers State Chapter, on Saturday declared the game over for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) with regard to the February 2015 general elections.

This followed the endorsement, earlier in the day, of APC Presidential Candidate, General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd.), and the Rivers State APC Gubernatorial Candidate, Dr. Dakuku Adol Peterside, by non-indigenes in the State. The 950,000 non-indigenes in Rivers State spoke through their various representatives during an epochal rally organised by the Non-Indigenes Forum (NIPF) and attended by over 15,000 non-indigenes at the Sharks Football Stadium in Port Harcourt.

Speaking at the rally, Barr. Chuma Chinye, NIPF Leader and Rivers State Commissioner for Commerce and Industry, declared: “No non-indigene in Rivers State will vote for PDP or any other political party as we are not ingrates considering all that Governor Chibuike Amaechi has done to improve our lot. Today, one of us –my humble self – is a member of the highest ranking governing body in Rivers State, the State Executive Council, while others such as Chief Ade Adeogun is the Chairman of the Sanitation and Environmental Company of the State, Mr. David Iyofor is the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor amongst other strategic positions of our people in government. Our kids are paying the same fees with indigenes at the various strata of education. We must appreciate all these by ensuring that we vote APC in all the elections to avoid those who have vowed to deal with us once they come to power.”

Chief Dr. Williams Ubeka spoke for the South-East, Chief Joseph Ijede for the South-South, Alhaji Ahmed Adisa for the South-West, Alhaji Sulaiman Hussaini for the North-Central and Alhaji Tanko Yusuf for the North, while Mrs. Chief Ijede spoke for the women. The speakers highlighted all the good things non-indigenes have enjoyed under the administration of Governor Amaechi and contrasted it with the evil they suffered when Chief Nyesome Wike, the PDP Governorship Candidate, was Chairman of Obio-Akpor Local Government, when he introduced various taxes to scare away non-indigenes from Rivers State. They maintained that if the non-indigenes have any enemy in Rivers State, Chief Wike is the Chief Tormentor of non-indigenes. They promised to ensure that he does not smell the Brick House for the sake of Rivers people, whether indigenes or non-indigenes.

Addressing the gathering, Dr. Dakuku Peterside reassured the non-indigenes of the commitment of his administration once elected to continue the legacies of Governor Amaechi, “including empowering all Rivers State people through my Four-Point Agenda titled ‘Road Map to Prosperity’ for the people of Rivers State.” He explained that the Four-Point Agenda aimed at taking Rivers State to the next level include Public Sector Accountability and Security of Lives and Properties; Employment Generation and Wealth Creation; Social and Human Capital Development and Empowerment; as well as Institutional and Physical infrastructure Development and Food Security. I will sustain the policy initiated by my mentor and leader, Governor Chibuike Amaechi, to make the non-indigenes group the 24th Local Government Area of Rivers State. This unit is to cater for the welfare and interests of all non-indigenes in the State,” he said.

Dr. Ibiamu Davies Ikanya, the Rivers APC Chairman, described the event as unprecedented in the annals of electioneering in the State. “This large number of non-indigenes has never gathered to endorse a particular political party and candidates. With what I am seeing the 2015 general election is already lost by PDP and I expect Dr. Peterside to set in motion the shape of his government and prepare for his swearing in ceremony come May 29, 2015 as with the support of these great Nigerians APC in Rivers State is unstoppable on its way to Brick House,” Ikanya said. Dr Ikanya described PDP as ‘Politically Dead Party (PDP)

Senator Magnus Abe, who spoke on behalf of other APC candidates, described Dr. Dakuku Peterside as a symbol of unity, equity, continuity, progress and hope for not only Rivers State but for the future of the Nigerian nation. He urged the people of Rivers State to vote massively for General Buhari, Dr. Peterside and all the candidates of APC “and avoid those that promote violence as a way of life if we intend to have an egalitarian and progressive Rivers State.”

Other political heavyweights that graced the event include the Rivers State APC Deputy Gubernatorial Candidate, Hon. Asita O Asita; Dr. Sam Jaja, a member of the Board of Trustees of APC; Chief Victor Giadom, Director General of Rivers APC Campaign Organisation; APC Senatorial Flag-bearer for Rivers East Senatorial District, Hon. Andrew Uchendu; House of Representatives and State House of Assembly candidates.

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Long Live APC!
Long Live Rivers State!!
Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze
SSA on Media and Public Affairs to the State Chairman, APC Rivers State.

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Tonye Princewill Returns to Nigeria, Kicks off Campaign

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Prince Tonye Princewill is finally set to kick off his 2015 gubernatorial campaign. The buildup, which may seem unusual to many, was necessary and very strategic. From a very vigorous and successful recruitment/ training of campaign volunteers to a very warm Diaspora engagement; his campaign team has gradually gathered all its ammunition for a well-coordinated campaign.

The recruitment of campaign volunteers was a huge success. With the largest response coming from the Ogoni, Etche, Kalabari and Ahoada areas of the state, over 3000 volunteers have been registered and are currently being trained for a vigorous, issue based, non-violent, door to door campaign. All this will immediately usher in a never seen before community tour of Rivers State. It will interest you to remember that years ago, when elections didn't matter, Prince Tonye Princewill commissioned a World Bank recognized consultancy firm, to tour all the communities of Rivers State to identify the unique issues of communities. This report is the bedrock of his Campaign. Princewill is not coming to make promises, but to make public his well thought and well researched solution to problems that have already been identified.

The Diaspora engagement was a very successful one and included a Town Hall Meeting with Nigerians in Diaspora, Interviews with Ben TV, Arise TV, and Nollywood Movies UK; and also a special session with Hollywood weekly due to his involvement in the Nigerian Entertainment industry. His One point agenda, which is Job Creation, needs a push from forces outside Nigeria to actually work. That is His top priority. Also His politics and campaign activities over the years have evidently been funded largely by his friends and allies in Diaspora. The better days of his life started outside the shores of Nigeria, so his Closest Friends, Allies and Family, obviously are out there and have to be informed and consulted. 

In the days to come a lot of activities will kick off and regular updates will be given to all those registered on Prince Tonye's website, www.tonyeprincewill.com. Regular updates, Campaign schedules and Breaking News will be sent daily to all those registered on his website. It may interest you to know that in the coming hours the running mate and campaign team of Prince Tonye Princewill will be announced. Be the first to know; Register now

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