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A man, Felix Obisike, from Nsulu village in Isiala-Ngwa North LGA, of Abia State has been caught with already-written presidential and senatorial results sheets from the three senatorial zones in the state.
Obisike was caught around the Methodist Church area in Umuahia, following information given to some political party officials, near the All Progressives Congress (APC) office.
Two other men who were with him at the time, whose names were given as Gaius and Chinedu, disappeared and are now being trailed by security operatives in the state.
Obisike who claimed to be a beneficiary of N-Power, a Federal government empowerment programme, said that he works with the focal person of the programme, Chinenye Nwogu.
He had several other documents in his bag, including the letter head of the office of the Executive Governor of Abia State as well as already-prepared results of the presidential and senatorial elections from the three senatorial zones in the state.
He said that his boss, a certain Chinenye Nwogu, asked him to prepare a letter which was to be sent to Vice President, Yemi Osibanjo.
He also said that although the result of the election was found in the car he drove, he did not know anything about it; he heaped the blame on one Gaius, who escaped while they were being interrogated.
He was later handed over to the men of DSS in the state for further investigation.

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has postponed the February 16 Presidential and National Assembly elections.
The polls will now hold Saturday February 23.
This was one of the decisions reached early Saturday morning in a meeting INEC chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, had with the 12 national commissioners in Abuja.
Addressing the media at about 2:45am, Yakubu explained that the shift was mainly due to logistics problems faced by the commission.
“Following a careful review, the commission came to the conclusion that proceeding with the elections will not be feasible”, he said.
Yakubu explained that the decision was taken in order to give the nation a free, fair and credible exercise.
“Furthermore, the Governorship and State Houses of Assembly and FCT elections will hold on Saturday March 9”, the electoral chief added.
The national elections are expected to hold at 119,973 polling units across the country while collation of results will take place in 8,809 Registration Areas or Wards, 774 Local Government Areas and 36 States and the FCT.
This is not the first time that the commission would postpone a scheduled general election.
In 2015, the Presidential Election was shifted from February 14 to March 28th, 2015; while the Governorship and State House of Assembly and FCT elections scheduled for 28 February were shifted to 11 April.

By Anthony Ogbonna
Following rumours that it has postponed the General election scheduled for Saturday, February 16th, 2019, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has spoken on the issues.
As journalists keep vigil at the commission’s headquarters in Abuja, Rotimi Oyekanmi, the chief press secretary to INEC’s chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, has informed the newsmen that the commission has taken a decision after a crucial meeting attended by the chairman and 12 national commissioners.
Top officials of the commission had, earlier on, gone into a crucial meeting at its headquarters, following concerns that some electoral materials were destroyed in some states while also, some available electoral materials were yet to get to some other states.
As a result of the crucial meeting, fears were and are still being nursed in some quarters as to the fate of the election as the situation keeps pointing to a possible postponement of the election.
This is following INEC’s complaint of some technical constraints it has faced few days to the election which may have affected its preparations for the conduct of the elections.
However, when prodded to clarify on whether the election would hold or if it had been postponed, Mr. Rotimi Oyekanmi simply said, “A decision has been taken, but you’d have to hear from the horse’s mouth.”
Stay with us as we bring you the updates…



Pop star, David Adeleke, popularly called Davido is set to become the first Nigerian panelist on Comedy Central Roast.
Comedy Central Roast is a popular American TV series which features a selected panel, made up of the celebrity’s peers as well as popular comedians, who comically trash the `honoured guest’ both personally and professionally.
Since 2010, Comedy Central affiliates outside the United States including Africa, have occasionally produced their own ‘roasts’.
Previously ‘roasted’ (featured) celebrities include William Shatner, Bruce Willis, Flavor Flav, Pamela Anderson, David Hasselhoff, and Denis Leary.
The organisers noted in a statement that Davido will be joined by other celebrities like Pierre and Moshe, Francois Van Coke, Mark Fish, Nina Hastie, Moonchild Sanelly, Joey Rasdien, Papa Penny and Pearl Thusi (Roast Master).
Commenting on his inclusion to the show, Davido said, “I’m such a big fan of Comedy Central, this is going to be a hilarious night. I’m ready, Africa are you ready? This is a Roast so nothing is off limits!”
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Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Viacom International Media Networks Africa (VIMN Africa), Alex Okosi, added, “At VIMN Africa, we continuously evolve and innovate content to create unique and engaging experiences for our audiences that drive culture. In a continental first, this Comedy Central Roast now transcends boundaries by welcoming Africa’s international star, Davido, to the panel.”
The organisers added that the Comedy Central Roast of AKA in partnership with Showmax, will come to The Teatro at Montecasino, Johannesburg, South Africa on February 21.


The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) on Wednesday warned corps members on election duty to desist from receiving snacks and drinks from unknown persons during elections.Maj.-Gen. Suleiman Kazaure, NYSC Director-General, gave the warning while addressing the corps members in Gombe.
Kazaure, who was represented by Mr Zakaria Alphonso, Assistant Director, Mobilisation, NYSC, Abuja, said that such gifts could harm them.
“Because such items can be poisoned or flavoured with drugs that can induce sleep,” he said.
He advised the corps members to make personal feeding plans and water, and make they do not over feed.
“Rather, you should go along with your lunch packs to your various polling units,” the NYSC chief advised.
The D-G told the corps members to display high-level of integrity, patriotism and commitment to ensuring free, fair and credible elections.
Kazaure advised the corps members to ensure that their phones were charged, with enough airtime and they should appear in NYSC uniform, with their identity cards.
Reports have it that the corps members were also sensitised on security tips at the event.


The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has urged the Federal Government to show concrete evidence of commitment to agreements on meeting its demands on its ongoing strike..
Biodun Ogunyemi, ASUU President, said in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Monday that the union would communicate its decision on offers made by the government on Tuesday.
Mr Ogunyemi, a professor, said contrary to some media reports, the union did not reject the offer made by the Federal Government or make fresh demands.
The Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, after meeting with the union on Jan. 4 said government was about resolving the dispute with the lecturers who embarked on strike on Nov. 5, 2018.
Mr Ngige said the Ministry of Finance and the Office of the Accountant- General of the Federation had provided evidence that N15.4 billion for the payment of salary shortfall in public universities.
He also noted that there was evidence that Mr President had approved N20 billion to offset the outstanding arrears of the 2009 and 2012, audit verified earnings in the university system.
Mr Ngige, however, said the fund was being worked on and would be released to ASUU as soon as the process was complete, among other demands of the union.
“We have been reviewing the offer made by the government and we have concluded our consultations with our members.
“We have concluded our consultations and hopefully by tomorrow we are going to transmit the feedback from our members to the Minister of Labour and Employment.
“What we said was that we are not insisting on having the total package.
“We are saying if government could give us one out of the five tranches on the revitalisation fund it will be a kind of bending backward in the interest of the students and national interest.
“So, rather than insisting that government should release a total of one trillion naira which we know is not feasible, government can, at least, give one tranche that can be spread over four quarters, starting with the first quarter now.
“This is the shift that the media are misinterpreting to mean a fresh demand. There is no fresh demand on our list whether you are talking of revitalisation or earned academic allowance, ‘’ Ogunyemi said.
On the issue of earned academic allowances, he said government had promised to release N20 billion and that the balance would be spread over four instalments but without stating timelines.
Mr Ogunyemi said members of the union were insisting on having timelines for the payments.
“Our members are also saying government had also promised to mainstream and that promise is not new, it was a promise of 2017.
“Our members have also noted that government had promised that the earned academic allowance will be paid within the mainstream budget which they also promised to do in 2018, yet they did not do it
“Our members are saying if you are promising again in 2019, let us see the evidence, which is clear enough,” he said.
Mr Ogunyemi also said that members of the union were demanding to see money of salary shortfall paid into their accounts although they had seen the evidence of approval on paper.
He said the members of the union were demanding for concrete evidence on all outstanding areas that involved payments.
“Our members are saying let us see concrete evidence that government has paid not that government will be promising that it will do this and will do that.
“We did that with the N20 billion in 2017, government promised to release N20 billion in two instalments for September and October, 2017, that never happened until we went on strike in 2018.
“So, our members are saying, let’s go beyond writing anything on paper.
“Like I said earlier, on the issue of revitalisation, our members are saying we should not stop at tokenism,” he said.
Mr Ogunyemi said that ASUU had shown a lot of commitment and called on the government to commit itself by paying one year’s tranche. (NAN)

Three people on Wednesday morning lost their lives in a fatal auto crash in Ondo State.
The crash occurred around Olokuta axis of the Ondo – Akure highway which is few minutes drive from the Akure, the Ondo State capital.
The accident involved a black Toyota Corolla Sport car with number plate FGB 940 AA and a blue truck with number plate LND 274 XP.
An eyewitness told DAILY POST that the accident was caused by overspeeding by the driver of the Toyota Corolla who while on top speed tried to overtake another vehicle before colliding with a truck coming from the opposite direction.
He also narrated that poor visibility might be responsible for the crash, which he said was due to the early morning fog on the busy road.
The victims involved were occupants of the Toyota Corolla which included a man, a woman as well as a boy suspected to be of the same family.
Meanwhile, the whereabouts of the truck driver is unknown as he reportedly took to his heels immediately after the crash.
As at the time of filling this report, officials of the Federal Road safety corps have arrived the scene of the incident and have taken control of the traffic that has built up on the road as a result of the accident.
When DAILY POST spoke to the spokesperson of the Ondo State Sector of the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, Antonia Adekemi, she stated that efforts were on to ensure that the road is clear.
She, however, promised to get back to our correspondent as soon as the situation is fully brought under control.





The Police Command in Ekiti State said on Tuesday that it had arrested a six-man robbery gang that allegedly killed Michael Adedeji, a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state House of Assembly.

News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Adedeji, who until his murder was representing Ekiti Southwest Constituency (II), was shot in the head by the hoodlums on Aug. 10, 2018.

The suspected bandits, who police said, had already made confessional statements were paraded by the new Commissioner of Police (CP), Mr. Asuquo Amba, in Ado Ekiti.

The suspects, according to the CP, also allegedly killed one Kayode Omowaye when they raided OJAS Pleasure Hotels in Oye Ekiti on Aug. 10, 2018.

Parading the suspects, the CP gave names of those arrested in connection with the gruesome murder of Adedeji as Dele Obamoyegun, Idowu Sunday, Adeniyi Wumi, Leye Ojo, Akindanhunsi Damilola and Olaosebikan Babatunde.

NAN reports that Exhibits recovered from them include Cut-to-size barrel guns, 17 live cartridges, 75 handsets, seven laptops, cash sum of N147,000, four stolen vehicles, one of them belonging to the late Omowaye.

The CP said the suspects were arrested by men and officers of Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS) during a stop and search operation along Ado-Iworoko road.

When interviewed by newsmen, the gang leader, Obamoyegun confessed to the crime, saying: “We shot him (Adedeji) after robbing him. He did not struggle with us but one of us shot him. I have to confess; we didn’t know he was a lawmaker.”

The CP said that the gang also invaded Afe Babalola University junior staff quarters and snatched a car belonging to one Mrs Bosede Ojo.

He said that most disturbing was that Dele’s mother, Bola Obamoyegun was the one accepting and concealing stolen items for the gang led by his son.

“Dele’s mother was the one concealing stolen items for them. As we speak, two of her children had earlier been convicted for robbery and this to us was a failure of motherhood.

“Our parents must learn how to make their children responsible.”

Amba hinted that the Command was synergizing with the army and other sister security agencies in the state to ensure that all the border towns were safe for the citizens.

“We held a meeting with hunters, members of vigilante groups and Odua Peoples Congress (OPC) on intelligence gathering and information flow on how to curb kidnappers in Ekiti.”

Amba said that the new security architecture in form of effective 24-hour patrol would soon be put in place to make Ekiti unsafe for criminals.

“We are working with the Commissioners of Police in Osun, Kogi, Ondo, Kwara and other border states so that our people can live in peace.

“Very soon, we are going to invade some of the forests in the state together with other security agencies to flush out those who have been kidnapping our people,”.

The places affected in iworoko are the barbing salon behind the market women, the newly constructed shops at the market up to the pharmacy shop inside the market.
All the places mentioned above are completely destroyed by the trailer speaking with a eyewitness, it was gathered that the trailer which was coming from Ifaki area was said to have lost its brake and whilst trying to use the kerbs very close to the Iworoko junction as stoppage was said to lost control and jump over to the other side of the market claiming a lot of life one akoto bus that is fully loaded with people has been clear off by the trailer and the corps are still under the trailer now not knowing  how to fetch them.
The trailer enter one house and also clear off the people there. Now they are yet to device a means of fetching them out.  Also some kid playing around are said to be under the trailer now.

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             Tracklist
1 on d low -burna boy
2 lova lova -tiwasage
3 fela in versece -aka
4 fever-wizkid
5 welcome - Olamide
6 kom kom -timaya
7 ikwe -kizz daniel
8 loyal - major lazer
9 barking - ramz
10 way-davolee
11 ghetto - kizz daniel
12 bad energy - skepta
ye - burna boy
13 owo epo - Zoko
14 report card - harysong
15 mama d mama - 2 face
16 happy - kizz daniel
17 awe - zoko
18 killa - soft
19 case - teni
20 blessing - reekardo
21 work it - korede Belo
22 oga - yemi alade
23 one ticket - kizz
24 nwa baby - davido
25 sexcellency - yonda
26 madu - kizz
27 sensima -skibi
28 posh - mayokun
29 Gucci snake - wizzy
30 turn up - rekardo
31 fallen love- classic
32 oyibe _ kizz
33 somebody dey - kizz daniel
34 self made - lyta
35 ori mi - dj xclusive
36 askamya - teni
37 lele yi - lil kesh
38 kalamo - slimcase
39 again o - lil kesh
40 leg over - dj kentalky
41 zanku - zlatan
42 spell buhari - paul cleverlee
43 tiff - demivee
44 magun - niniola
45 bana - ninola
46 diet - dj enimony
47 logo benz - lil kesh
48 ninu aye - gentle dee
49 jogor - zlatan
50 lagos beat - darmex
51 wait - dj neptune
52 jowabayi - damibliz
53 alert - dj kaywise
54 gbese - qdot
55 shanigbangba -hyperman lucky
56 pelee - la crown
     outro
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      Tracklist

1 on d low -burna boy
2 lova lova -tiwasage
3 fela in versece -aka
4 fever-wizkid
5 welcome - Olamide
6 kom kom -timaya
7 ikwe -kizz daniel
8 loyal - major lazer
9 barking - ramz
10 way-davolee
11 ghetto - kizz daniel
12 bad energy - skepta
ye - burna boy
13 owo epo - Zoko
14 report card - harysong
15 mama d mama - 2 face
16 happy - kizz daniel
17 awe - zoko
18 killa - soft
19 case - teni
20 blessing - reekardo
21 work it - korede Belo
22 oga - yemi alade
23 one ticket - kizz
24 nwa baby - davido
25 sexcellency - yonda
26 madu - kizz
27 sensima -skibi
28 posh - mayokun
29 Gucci snake - wizzy
30 turn up - rekardo
31 fallen love- classic
32 oyibe _ kizz
33 somebody dey - kizz daniel
34 self made - lyta
35 ori mi - dj xclusive
36 askamya - teni
37 lele yi - lil kesh
38 kalamo - slimcase
39 again o - lil kesh
40 leg over - dj kentalky
41 zanku - zlatan
42 spell buhari - paul cleverlee
43 tiff - demivee
44 magun - niniola
45 bana - ninola
46 diet - dj enimony
47 logo benz - lil kesh
48 ninu aye - gentle dee
49 jogor - zlatan
50 lagos beat - darmex
51 wait - dj neptune
52 jowabayi - damibliz
53 alert - dj kaywise
54 gbese - qdot
55 shanigbangba -hyperman lucky
56 pelee - la crown
outro


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The Nigerian government has reached an agreement with striking university lecturers, raising the possibility of ending the teachers’ prolonged industrial action.
The national president of the Academic Staff Union of Universities(ASUU), Biodun Ogunyemi, said the National Executive Committee of the union will review its decisions based on the new commitment by the federal government.
He said the strike could only be called off after the NEC meeting. He did not say when the meeting will hold.
“We have had an extensive session, looking at all the issues,” he said.
According to him, there are issues that will require further consultations before the union can suspend its strike.
”In view of this, government has promised to reach us as soon as possible with a written proposal on those areas we need further consultations. And when we receive that, we shall treat accordingly and get back to the appropriate quarters,” he said.
The lecturers have been on strike since November 4, 2018, to demand improved funding of universities and implementation of previous agreements with the government.
After the Monday meeting, the labour minister, Chris Ngige, said an agreement had been reached.
According to him, the accountant general and the ministry of finance have confirmed with evidence that N15.4 billion had been released to public universities.
On earned allowances, Mr Ngige said President Buhari has approved N20 billion to be used to offset the outstanding arrears of the 2009 to 2012 verified earnings in the universities.
He said the earned allowances will be released to ASUU as soon as the process is completed.
“ASUU has fulfilled their side in time for the pension administrator to take care of pension of their staff. They earlier gave ASUU a temporary licence and ASUU has done the needful to get their licence. So, it is resolved,” he said.
Speaking on the issue of state universities, Mr Ngige said an eight-member committee has been put in place to meet with governors.
He said the Goodluck Jonathan administration entered an agreement of N220 billion annual university funding with ASUU for the next 6 years, starting from 2009.
He said the federal government will look for resources to meet the commitment and ASUU has been offered some token to show good faith.
Mr Ngige said the union should take the resolution of the meeting back to its members and get back to the government on Thursday.
”These are the major issues we discussed and ASUU is supposed to take back the resolution of these meetings to their members. We expect that they will get back to us by Thursday,” he said.

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