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By Perez Brisibe EWU—WOMEN of flood-ravaged Ewu-Urhobo community, Ughelli South Local Government Area, Delta State, have cried out  that suspected herdsmen attack, rape and chase them away from their farmlands.

The women alleged that the armed herdsmen often claimed that all lands in the country belonged to President Muhammadu Buhari. The women, who laid siege to the Ewu-Edjokota Road, penultimate Monday, as early as 6.00 am, alleged that the armed herdsmen, who take turns to defile them and maim those that refuse to yield to their lustful desires, feed their herds with their farm produce.
President Buhari, WAEC and PDP’s toxic air – Garba Shehu Besides attacking them in the farms, they further alleged that  the herdsmen usually laid ambush and robbed traders going to local markets of their goods and flee into the bush. Herdsmen grazing their cows in my farm attacked me — Atigogo Recounting her ordeal to Vanguard, Madam Felicia Atigogo stated that she was attacked at her farm by two herdsmen when she tried to stop them from grazing their herds on her cassava farm. “Owing to the flood that ravaged our community, I acquired another plot of land on lease only for the farm to be invaded by herds that were shepherd into the farm by these herdsmen. “When I accosted them and tried to stop them from grazing their herd on my cassava, they brought out daggers and machetes and attacked me. I was lucky to have fled away.” What triggered protest One of the ladies in the community was not as lucky as Madam Atigogo as she died from wounds inflicted on her by herdsmen, who attacked her in her farm and tried to rape her. A villager simply identified as Mama Ufuoma told NDV that her death sparked the latest protest. “She was at her farm with one of her children weeding unknown to them that a group of herdsmen were within the vicinity. The herdsmen immediately pounced on her and tried to rape her. “While trying to resist them amidst screams, they attacked her with their machetes leaving deep cuts on her and fled into the bush when people came to the scene. She was rushed to the hospital after losing a lot of blood, but died at the hospital,” she said. They impudently claim Buhari owns all lands – Woman leader Woman leader of the community, Mrs. Queen Dieseruvwe, stated that the herdsmen now operate with effrontery, telling them that “all lands in Nigeria, including our communal lands belong to President Muhammadu Buhari.” “They also claim that we have no rights to prevent them from grazing on our farms because President Muhammadu Buhari owns all the land in Nigeria, hence we cannot claim ownership of the land. “They uproot our cassava, feed it to their herds and when you try to resist them, they attack you with machete and maim you if you are lucky as some others, or even shoot you. “So, this is the reason we have barricaded the road as all efforts to reach the governor, police and other security agencies to evict these evil herdsmen from our community have been  futile,” she explained. …accuse Delta govt of neglect Dieseruvwe also accused the Delta State government of allegedly neglecting the community, especially when their farmlands were destroyed by flood, saying, “This is not about politics of PDP or APC as we are here for the benefit of our community and we won’t leave until these herdsmen are ejected from our farms.” “We have a government, but we do not feel its impact. How will representatives of the government feel if their wives, sisters and daughters are raped by herdsmen? “Our farmlands and crops were destroyed as a result of the increase in water level, now we decided to get new locations in the upland only for us to be attacked by these herdsmen, who have been a big problem to us for the past 15 years. Vehicular movement grounded Findings by NDV showed that all forms of vehicular movement on the Ewu-Edjokota Road, the only access route linking over 14 communities in Ughelli North and Ughelli South local government areas were grounded as a result of the protest. The women erected a barricade across the road with woods and set bonfire on both sides of the road, making it impossible to go around the blockade, while three canopies were assembled on the road, where they sat and danced to music blaring from a Disc Jockey. Commuters were forced to abort their journey at the spot and trek long distance after maneuvering the blockade to the other side of the road where they board commercial motorcycles, popularly known as Okada to continue their trip. …resist LGA chairmen, Army’s efforts to clear barricade Efforts by the Ughelli South local council Chairman, Dr. Richard Kofi, his Ughelli North counterpart, Godwin Adode, the Ovie of Ogor kingdom, HRM Okiemute Igere I, and military operatives from the 222 Battalion, Agbarha-Otor to dismantle the barricade were fruitless, as the women insisted the only condition to evacuate the road was immediate eviction of all herdsmen from the area. We’re doing everything to fish out perpetrators—Muslim community Condemning the attacks on the women, leader of the Muslim community in Ughelli South, Imam Muhammad Okotie, said: “The Muslim community condemns these attacks and we are doing everything to ensure that these bad herdsmen are brought to book. We are also trying to make sure that Muslims in the area leave in harmony with the locals.”

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria, IMN, has said the Army cannot face its members, who are Shi’ites, if they had weapons.
Making the claim, Monday, at a briefing on the recent clash between soldiers and its members in Abuja, Abdullahi Zango, leader of the group, said the statement issued by the military and Police over the killing of Shi’ites were “fabricated lies cooked up to cover their atrocities.”
While accusing the soldiers of attacking defenceless protesters, Zango said: “They continue to say that we are armed. This is a blatant lie. If we are armed, Nigeria Army cannot face us.
“If we have weapons with us, Nigeria Army is too small to face us. With our courage, braveness and bare hands, they are running away, talk more of when we have arms. They are cowards.”
Zango also accused the Police of planting persons with arms among them.
Casualties, cost of treatment
He said the movement has paid N8 million as hospital bills for 106 Shi’ites, who are currently receiving treatment at various hospitals in Abuja, adding that an additional N25 million would be needed to cater for other casualties still recuperating.
According to Zango, the number of persons killed by the security agents is 47, noting that the group does not regret throwing stones at the security agents during the clash, describing the soldiers as cowards.
The killing of Shi’ites had been condemned by many Nigerians and rights groups, including Amnesty International, which accused the soldiers of “firing live ammunition to disperse a peaceful gathering without warning.”
Defence Hqtrs
Meanwhile, Defence Headquarters recently issued a fresh warning to the Shi’ites, saying “we don’t have rubber bullets when we are sent on assignments.”
Ibraheem El-Zakzaky, leader of IMN, had been in the custody of the Department of State Services, DSS, since December 2015.

Tripartite panel recommended N30,000 – Pepple

Adelani Adepegba, Olalekan Adetayo, Eniola Akinkuotu, Leke Baiyewu and Olaleye Aluko
President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday said he was committed to ensuring that the nation’s workers get a new minimum wage as soon as possible.
Buhari made the promise at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, shortly after receiving the report of the Tripartite Committee on New Minimum Wage from the Chairman, Amal Pepple.This happened just as the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, said he welcomed the news that government had accepted to pay the new minimum wage recommended by the committee.
The panel recommended N30,000 as the new minimum wage for the country.
The President promised to immediately put in place the necessary machinery that would address what he called open areas in the report.  He said his plan was to transmit an Executive Bill to the National Assembly for passage within the shortest possible time.
 He said, “The committee chairman highlighted some of the challenges encountered during your deliberations, especially as it relates to having a consensus position acceptable by all parties.
“I understand, on the government side, the concerns raised were around affordability – that today many states struggle to meet their existing salary requirements. On the side of labour, the points raised focused on the need for any increase to be meaningful. 
“In a way, both arguments are valid. I want to assure you all that we will immediately put in place the necessary machinery that will close out these open areas.”
He added, “Our plan is to transmit the Executive Bill to the National Assembly for passage within the shortest possible time.
“I am fully committed to having a new National Minimum Wage Act in the very near future.” Buhari said the government would continue to engage members of the committee as it commenced a review of the report.
He however warned workers against being used as political weapons.
“As the executive arm commences its review of your submission, we will continue to engage you all in closing any open areas presented in this report. “I therefore would like to ask for your patience and understanding in the coming weeks.
“May I therefore, implore workers and their leaders not to allow themselves to be used as political weapons,” the President said.
Buhari said the need for a review of the minimum wage became necessary because the last review was done in 2011 and since then, prices of key consumables had increased while the most vulnerable workers were struggling to make ends meet. He said the successes recorded by the country since 2011 did not benefit the majority of Nigerians.
 While presenting the report to the President, Pepple said the committee recommended N30,000 as the new minimum wage and produced a draft bill to be sent to the National Assembly on the matter.
In arriving at the figure, she said the committee weighed the demands of the workers which was predicated on the high cost of living occasioned by unfavourable exchange rate and rising inflation over the past few years, among other factors. She said the committee also considered the overall macro-economic indicators, including the revenue and expenditure profile of government as provided by the Ministers of Budget and National Planning and Finance as well as the minimum wage proposed by some state governments in their memoranda submitted to the committee.
She added, “Consideration was also given to the critical role of the informal sector in employment generation and the need for a realistic minimum wage that will not stifle the growth of the sector and the overall economy.“After carefully weighing these critical factors and bearing in mind the overriding interest of the economy, the committee while noting the offer of N24,000 by the Federal Government, is recommending an increase in the existing minimum wage from N18,000 to N30,000.
“We believe the implementation of the recommended minimum wage will, no doubt, boost the purchasing power of workers, increase consumption expenditure and ultimately stimulate business and overall economic growth.”

By Rotimi Ojomoyela
ADO-EKITI— Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, members in the Ekiti State House of Assembly, yesterday, disclosed that the immediate past governor of the State, Mr Ayodele Fayose has directed them to support Governor Kayode Fayemi in the interest of Ekiti. The lawmakers, who denied defecting to the opposition All Progressives Congress, APC,  said: “We remain committed members of the PDP as against insinuations in some quarters that we have decamped to APC.”
Speaking with newsmen in Ado-Ekiti on behalf of other PDP caucus in the House, the Deputy Speaker, Mr Adewumi Olusegun said: “We make bold to say that our support for the state governor Dr Kayode Fayemi was at the instance of the out gone Governor Ayodele Fayose who directed that we should co-operate with the governor elect then in the interest of Ekiti State.
“It was on this premise of the advice that we acted, because Ekiti agenda is bigger than any individual or political party.”

The Peoples Democratic Party’s five House of Representatives members from Ekiti State have expressed confidence in the leadership of the Chief Gboyega Oguntuase-led Exco of the party.
They, therefore, dissociated themselves from the Saturday meeting of some stakeholders, which installed Senate Minority Leader, Biodun Olujimi as state leader.
The House of Representatives members, Kehinde Agboola (Ekiti North I), Thaddeus Aina (Ekiti North II), Ayo Oladimeji (Ekiti Central I), Segun Adekola (Ekiti South I) and Akin Awodumila (Ekiti South II), in a joint statement on Sunday reiterated their loyalty to former Governor, Ayodele Fayose.
“There is no leadership vacuum in the PDP in Ekiti State, those desperate for political leadership should wait for their time”, they said.
“While we agree that individuals or groups have rights to hold meetings, we are miffed that Senator Olujimi was taking her selfish agenda of collapsing the party structures to the extreme.
“We were not consulted before the meeting was held and most of those who attended the meeting were those who worked against our party in the July 14 governorship election.
“Some of them were even governorship candidates of other parties, and collectively, they could not get up to 1,000 votes in the election.
“Also, leaders like Chief Bola Olu-Oju who attended the meeting innocently have started dissociating themselves from its outcome and by Saturday, this week, a proper meeting of stakeholders will be held in the State.
“Most importantly, is Senator Olujimi also claiming leadership of the PDP in the South-west since she is the ranking elected official in Ekiti State and the South-West?”
“We therefore call on our party members and teeming supporters to disregard the meeting and its outcome, bearing in mind that it was a gathering of dissidents”.

A video footage is currently trending online purportedly showing the punishment a young man received for allegedly raping a native doctor’s daughter.
According to multiple Facebook users, the man was allegedly cursed for the alleged act and is said to be experiencing continuous painful farts .
According to the young man, anytime he farts, he experiences pains in his anus as the footage captured some of the painful moments.

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The controversy surrounding the West African School Certificate (WASC) Examination result of President Muhammadu Buhari was laid to rest on Friday as the West African Examination Council (WAEC) handed to the President the attestation of the certificate issued to him in 1961.
This sparked outrage among Nigerians who feel the president and the examination body are being dishonest over the issued certificate as they want to know why the President’s current passport photograph was used in the new certificate for an exam which was written in 1961.
However, WAEC went further to explain – “since it is an attestation and not the original certificate, the passport photograph that was submitted during application is the one that would appear on the certificate when ready.”
A man identified as Ebiware Tevin took to Facebook this morning to enlighten Nigerians on the issue of current passports used for attestation certificate as he shared pictures of his friend’s WAEC certificate to use as an example.
But Nigerians noticed something else as it was discovered that the president’s WAEC attestation certificate does not have original certificate number as seen in the man’s certificate below.
Buhari’s original certificate number shows N/A which is not supposed to be so since it was stated that he wrote the exam many years ago.
Nigerians are now asking what happened to the omission of the original certificate number on the president’s certificate. 

Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU has commenced strike.
Also the organised labour Sunday night shunned meeting organised by the Federal Government to resolve the impasse on the new minimum wage. Non of the labour leaders attended the meeting at the office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha.
One of the key officers of the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, told Vanguard that the meeting was irrelevant as the only meeting they would attend was the one scheduled today for the signing of the report of the Tripartite Committee.
It was reliably gathered that labour leaders switched off the phone lines to avoid distraction from the government team.
Already, Vanguard gathered that the Federal Government has decided to punish some unions that would heed the directive of the labour centres to proceed on strike action Tuesday.

By Vincent Ujumadu
AWKA—THE leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, yesterday, said he had instructed IPOB lawyers to file a case of international fraud, forgery and deception against the West African Examinations Council, WAEC, before a Ghanaian court, to challenge the council’s recent attestation of President Muhhamadu Buhari’s West African School Certificate, WASC.
In a statement by the IPOB media and publicity secretary, Comrade Emma Powerful, conveying highlights of the broadcast of the IPOB leader made through Radio Biafra, Kanu argued that there was no WASC in 1961.
He said: “How is it that Buhari’s result attestation is being issued under West Africa Senior School Certificate, a system not yet in existence in 1961? How can an institution like WAEC that was not in existence in 1961 be attesting to the certificate of examination they did not conduct? By involving themselves in this fraud, they have rendered every result or certificate they ever issued null and void.
“Has anyone seen the passport photo of the president when he was 19 years old in 1961? He even sat for Hausa language as a subject in the 1961 WAEC examination certificate, when Hausa language was only introduced into Nigerian curriculum in 1975.
“Also, in the previous 2015 result submitted and accepted by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, there was Mathematics in it, which implied that Buhari sat for Mathematics. But in the latest 2018 WASC result presented for the purposes of fulfilling INEC requirements, there is no Mathematics. How is that possible?
“It is either the 2015 certificate is fake or the latest version is. Either way, WAEC, the Aso Rock and all those present during the presentation of the fake certificate should be arrested immediately for fraud, forgery and deception.
“WAEC can never issue certificate, whether attestation certificate or confirmation certificate  to a candidate in examination it didn’t conduct. WAEC never conducted exams in 1961, it was University of Cambridge! This is the same WAEC that said repeatedly in 2015 it couldn’t find Buhari’s record.
“This is the reason I instructed IPOB lawyers to file a case of international fraud, forgery and deception against WAEC before Ghanaian courts. Whoever runs WAEC or responsible for this heinous crime should be tried and if found guilty, jailed.”

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The Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, Brig. Gen. Sale Zakari Kazaure, has revealed when corps members’ allowance would be increased.
Kazaure said corps members’ allowance will be increased when the minimum wage of civil servants are increased.
He made the disclosure while refuting rumours of increment in the monthly allowances of serving corps members.
Kazaure spoke at the NYSC Orientation Camp in Issele-Uku, Delta State while addressing the 2018 batch ‘B’ (stream II) corps members
He said corps members were not “different from civil servants, so whenever the minimum wage of civil servants is increased, increment in corps members’ allowance will automatically be effected.”
The DG assured that the NYSC is in corroboration with all security agencies to guarantee the safety of corps members in their various places of primary assignments.
He called on corps members to stay away from sharp practices and to “maintain neutrality if they are called upon as ad-hoc workers for the 2019 general elections.”
Kazaure cautioned them to avoid being involved in “yahoo business, 419, night parties and not to be deceived by politicians as 2019 elections are coming closer.
“Any where you find yourselves, be neutral. Also be good ambassadors and be patriotic to your country. Anyone found wanting will be dealt with.”

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The Peoples Democratic Party said it had uncovered an alleged plot by President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress to use the party’s direct primary to validate their plan to rig the 2019 general elections, particularly for the President, who it said had become grossly unpopular ahead of the elections.
The PDP in a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan, in Abuja on Saturday, said that the main opposition party was aware that the Presidency forced the direct primaries on party members to eliminate delegates’ participation and pave the way for the allocation of millions of conjured votes.
Ologbondiyan said that the APC and Buhari were planning to use the votes as a basis to authenticate the alleged fictitious votes they intend to declare for President Buhari at the general elections.
He said, “Having eliminated contest within the APC, the Presidency, which is now apprehensive of apathy against President Buhari due to his increasing unpopularity, plots to import non-members of the party to satiate the venue of the presidential primaries to create an impression of overwhelming popularity for Mr. President and use that to validate the fictitious votes they are conjuring for the Presidential election.
“The PDP is reliably informed that this rigging plot is the reason, the APC aspirants to other positions, especially, APC state governors, are demanding direct primaries instead of the indirect primaries earlier approved for them by their party..

Latest corp member and Nigerian popular singer, Davido has revealed why he registered for the one-year mandatory National Youth Service Corps, NYSC.
On Tuesday, 28th 2018 Davido shared photos of himself in NYSC uniform after his registration as he amazed his fellow corp members of his arrival into Lagos camp.
The ‘OBO’ crooner, while signing his oath of allegiance form, told newsmen at the camp that he registered for the scheme due to his strong passion for NYSC. He also promised to adhere to camp rules and regulations.

Kano State Emergency Relief and Rehabilitation Agency (SERERA) says it has dispatched personnel to eight local government areas of the state recently affected by flood to assessing the damage caused by the disaster in the areas.

The Executive Secretary of the agency, Alhaji Ali Bashir, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kano on Thursday.

He said the team had visited seven out of the eight local government areas concerned to compile report on the situation.

Bashir listed the local government areas as: Rimin Gado, Tofa, Dawakin Tofa, Gwarzo, Danbatta, Kabo, Gezawa and Gabasawa.

“The team has so far visited and assessed the situation in Rimin Gado, Danbatta, Gezawa, Gwarzo, Tofa, Dawakin Tofa and Kabo local government areas.

“As I am talking to you now, we are in Gabasawa Local Government Area, assessing the damage caused by the flooding in the area,” he said.

Bashir, who declined to state the number of people affected by the disaster, said after the assessment, the agency would make a comprehensive report for onward submission to the state government.

“We cannot give you the exact number of persons or houses affected until after we finish the assignment.”

According to him, the agency is still receiving reports of the disaster from other areas prone to flood.

NAN reports that no fewer than three people were reported to have died and several houses destroyed in Kiru Local Government Area of the state, following a heavy rainfall on Monday.

A 25-year-old mother of two, Miss Kehinde Olomola, has died from injuries she sustained during an attack in her home at Igede community in Irepodun/Ifelodun Local Government Area of Ekiti.

Her twin sister Taiwo, told newsmen, on Thursday, that the late Kehinde did not survive a stab she received in her neck, and that she died at the Federal Teaching Hostpital (FETHI), Ido-Ekiti, on Monday.

Taiwo claimed that when she called her twin sister on the telephone, at about 9pm on Sunday, “I heard a male voice in the background and I angrily ended the call after inquiring about the male voice.”

She said: “The male voice was strange to me, I got angry and I said ‘what is a man doing in your room at such late hour’. I didn’t wait for an answer as I ended the call. That was the last I heard from her until we learnt the following morning that she had been stabbed in the neck.”

Also read: Sad Sad! Flood Hits 8 Local Government Areas In Kano State

Speaking on the death, their family friend, Daniel Oluwadare, said he received a phone call from the elder brother of the deceased, Tosin Olomola, that she had been injured and that he saw her in a pool of her blood.

Oluwadare said he saw the fatally stabbed Kehinde barely breathing and explained that neighbours helped in getting her to the General Hospital, Iyin-Ekiti where she received first aid, before she was moved to FETHI.

According to him, “the doctors at FETHI did very well to bring her to life, and although she could not be heard as she made efforts to respond when asked questions, she was able to say that she was attacked by one Odunayo, but we could not decipher the other name she was mentioning.”

Oluwadare said the doctors announced Kehinde’s death to them on Monday “after we though that she had made it through.”

On what they thought might have led to her being attacked and by whom, Taiwo stated that she was not aware of any one her sister had issues with, pointing out that she was “a lively person who plays with people and an easy-going person that wouldn’t be found in places of trouble.”

She said a suspect had been arrested by the police, and insisted that “the police must help us get to the root of this painful murder; they must take appropriate steps and ensure that whatever the laws prescribed for a murderer must be applied.”

Confirming the incident, the Public Relations Officer of the Ekiti State police command, Mr. Caleb Ikechukwu, said the incident was reported shortly after the act was committed “and the police swung into action.”

Ikechukwu said “police officers were deployed to the scene, where they saw a pool of blood and blood on her phone and an axe that was used to commit the crime. The lady was rushed to the hospital where she later died.”

DSP Ikechukwu added that “before the lady died, she made a dying declaration of who attempted to stab her. She mentioned some name and the police took note of those names and effected an arrest.”

He said about three persons were arrested regarding the crime and added that the case was still under investigation and that as soon as investigation was concluded, whoever was found culpable will be charged to court and will face murder charge.”


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