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Ajie Udom Demands Apology Over Publication

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The Pioneer Oguta local government area Imo State Oil Producing Area Development Commission (ISOPADEC) FLT. Engr Ajie Udom Peters has demanded an unreserved apology and a thorough refutation of newspaper publications in some Imo based tabloid from the former ISOPADEC Youth chairman Hon. Fatai Nwauwa.

In a recent publication in a particular Imo based newspaper name withheld captioned “ISOPADEC Youth Oguta LGA Eulogieses Governor Uzodimma” with kickers ” Draws more Support For the Government” is simply meant to deceive the government of Senator Hope Uzodimma and the general public.

We are strongly in support of the governor and his share prosperity government but to smear the image of others as the man who claimed to be the Oguta ISOPADEC President. Hon Fatai Nwauwa”s led Executives had expired.

whereas, his team had remained the ardent support for Senator Rochas Okorocha and Hon Kingsley Uju which was visibly established during the last sharing of the palliative as they excluded all the APC Camp Hope Members

The purported news publication reads in part, “ISOPADEC Youth President Eulogieses Governor Uzodimma and draws more support for the government, OgutaYouths under the apex umbrella body during the in their office complex on the 23rd May 2020 passed a vote of absolute confidence on the shared prosperity government, Comd Fatai Nwauwa. That the various autonomous communities youth organization after the deliberation said that the government is serious in correcting the injustice melted to the oil-rich region by immediate past temporary government, thank governor for upgrading Umuagwo poly to University Status. The BOT Chairman Ajie Udom Peters said ISOPADEC Youth is like Ijaw Youth Council in the Oil-rich region of Imo State” and the story continued.

Reacting, Engr. Ajie Udom Peters said that the false newsletter publication falsely credited to him is simply meant to deceive the government by using his name to make the story look as if it is real whereas it is a ruse and also the handiwork of mischief-makers.In his words, “that I wasn’t in attendance of any of such purported meetings on the said date is 23 May. 2020. That I am also aware that, Hon. Fatai Nwauwa led ISOADEC Youth Executives Oguta council has been expired before the purported meetings. That the position of the Pioneer BOT Chairman ISOPADEC is not in contention and should not be rubbished by any person or persons no matter how highly placed. That having erroneously, unlawfully, using my name to credit falsehood publication is not only blackmail meant to smear my image but also to place me in public ridicule.I, therefore, demanded an unreserved apology from them through a newspaper publications within one week in some Imo State based tabloids. Also, the said publication without my consent is also simply meant to assassinate, sabotage, and blackmail not, only my person but the entire Oguta Youth Organization who over the years believed in my sagacity and cautious leadership so I urge them to remain undaunted and resolute in our pursuits. he stated.

In a related development, The Oguta Youth APC Chairman Hon. Obinna Jumbo (Akasambo) has condemned in its entirety the high levels of impersonation orchestrated by the recent meeting whereby an unknown person should so acclaimed to be the Oguta APC Youth leader in order to deceive the general public and called on the people of Oguta mostly the APC members to be wary to avoid been duped.

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Farmers/Herders clash: “pass anti-grazing bill”, SDP advises state government.

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The Social Democratic Party (SDP) has advised State governments to pass the Anti-Grazing Bill into Law to tackle the constant farmers/herders conflicts across Nigeria.

The Party’s National Publicity Secretary, Mr Alfa Mohammed, gave the advice in a statement in Abuja on Tuesday.

Also he urged the state governors to set up Ministries of Internal Security and Conflict Resolution to deal with the activities of aliens in states.

In his words, “It is high time the [governors] start taking bold steps toward securing the lives of their citizens who are being kidnapped, raped, maimed or killed on a daily basis by marauding Fulani herdsmen who are mostly foreigners.

“The governors must remind themselves that the 1999 Constitution makes security and welfare of the people the primary purpose of their governments and confers upon them Chief security officers of their various states.

“This makes them accountable for security lapses suffered by their subjects in their various states.”

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Mohammed also added, “The Governors’ Forum should set up an investigative panel to investigate, among other things those who are responsible for the unrestrained influx of foreign bandits and herdsmen into Nigeria in the last 6 years.

“So that any ethnic leader who’s found to be aiding criminality among his people can be replaced and prosecuted.”

Mohammed also lauded state governments who have taken bold steps to establish their local security outfits and pass the Anti-Open Grazing Bill.

Recall that some states, for instance Oyo and Benue, have passed the Bill into law already.

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CBN lending rate still at 11.5%

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The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele has disclosed that CBN will retain her Monetary Policy Rate at 11.5 per cent.

This was disclosed in Abuja, after a two-day meeting held by the Monetary Policy Committee on Tuesday.

It also retained the Cash Reserve Ratio – CRR and Liquidity Ratio – LR at 27.5 percent and 30 percent respectively.

These rates are the rates the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) maintained at its last meeting in November, 2020

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Buhari appoints new Service Chief – Femi Adesina

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Following the clamour to replace the Service chiefs that had been appointed by the president since 2015, The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) has responded by accepting the resignation of the service chiefs.

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This was disclosed in a statement titled, ‘President Buhari appoints new service chiefs, read by the Special adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina.

It read, “President Muhammadu Buhari has accepted the immediate resignation of the Service Chiefs, and their retirement from service“.

Those involved are:

  1. Chief of Defence  –  Staff, General Abayomi Olonisakin
  2. Chief of Army Staff – Lt-Gen. Tukur Buratai
  3. Chief of Naval Staff – Vice Admiral Ibok Ekwe Ibas
  4. Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar.

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The new Service chiefs are:

  1. Major-General Leo Irabor –  Chief of Defence Staff
  2. Major-General I. Attahiru – Chief of Army Staff
  3. Rear Admiral A.Z Gambo – Chief of Naval Staff
  4. Air-Vice Marshal I.O Amao –  Chief of Air Staff.

“President Buhari thanks the outgoing Service Chiefs for what he calls their ‘overwhelming achievements in our efforts at bringing enduring peace to our dear country,’ wishing them well in their future endeavours

“The President congratulates the new Service Chiefs, and urges them to be loyal and dedicated in the discharge of their responsibilities.”

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