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Imo D.G Commends APC Delegates For Electing Uzodinma Guber Candidate



The Deputy Governor of Imo State, Prof. Placid Njoku has asserted that the 2019 nomination of Senator Hope Uzodinma as The Governorship candidate of the APC for Imo State was a political masterclass. X-raying the emergence, victory, and unprecedented resolve for good governance demonstrated by Senator Hope Uzodinma since his swearing-in, Prof Placid Njoku described the decision of APC delegates and subsequent endorsement by The national leadership of the Party as an act that is reflective of political genius.

 In a chat with The Vice Chairman, South East of The APC, chief Emma Enukwu during a brief ceremony to receive the State chairman of The PDP, Barr Ezekwem, who led thousands of followers and key State Officials of the PDP to defect to the APC this week, Prof. Placid Njoku described the choice of Senator Hope Uzodinma as the best possible panacea to the upheaval that faced The Party leading to the party primaries.

According to His Excellency The Deputy Governor, the choice immediately united not just The APC but the Imo political Grassroot who have worked and consorted with the Distinguished Senator for close to two decades and believe in his capacity to deliver and his enduring large-heartedness which has permanently endeared him to the people.

Enumerating the intricacies of the elections, Prof. Placid Njoku opined that The APC won the election on the day The Party nominated Senator Hope Uzodinma as people across political parties and groupings tactically supported and endorsed him which led to his victory at the polls.

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Namaste Wahala is Coming to You as a Netflix Original. A Nollywood-Bollywood Collaboration



Namaste Wahala” is a NollywoodBollywood collaborated groundbreaking movie that will be coming to Netflix as an original.

Netflix added this movie to its list of movies that will go live on its platform this year

Hamisha Daryani Ahuja, who is the executive producer and director, said that, the forthcoming film which has been acquired by Netflix as an original, will premiere on February 14, being the Valentines’ day.

Talking about how greatly she loves and respects the Nigerian and Indian culture, Hamisha Daryani Ahuja said;

 “I am very excited about my movie Namaste Wahala going to the whole world through Netflix.

The movie exemplifies the beauty of Nigeria and the wealth of talent that exist in Nollywood.

It was amazing to see how beautiful, two cultures which I hold very close to my heart came together in this fusion movie.

I can’t wait for all of you to watch it”.

We shared the exclusive scoop with you in February 2020 with the  official poster and BTS photos.

The movie was originally slated to premiere in cinemas on April 24, 2020, but got postponed to October due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The movie is a story of laughter, love, romance, tears and family set over two different rich background and culture.

The Characters are  Mofe Damijo, Ajoke Silva, Inidima Okojie, Osas Ighodaro, Ruslaan Mumtaz, Segal Sujata, Adaora Lumina, Ibrahim Suleiman, Big Brother Naija’s Frodd, Imoh Eboh, Osas, Eneeicha, Lyk10, Mexemania, Tience Pay and lots more.

The sound tracks were beautifully produced by M.I. Abaga and DJ Suketu.

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NIMC: Illegal NIN Enrolment Agents in Kano under Investigation by Police



In the heat of the rush for the National identity Number Registration going on now, the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), last week, caught illegal operators who were providing registration services of the National Identification Number (NIN) in Kano state with the assistance of the NIMC legal team.

NIMC on this twitter handle stated:

“We have arrested some illegal operators of NIMC activities by some Business Centre operators in Kano metropolis. For three days we went round Kano and we successfully made arrest of some illegal NIN enrolment agents, who pretend to be licensed NIN enrolment agents and deceive some Nigerians to illegally enrol them into the NIMC database.”

Read Also: NIN Mandatory for Foreign Diplomats says Federal Government.

The Legal Officer at the NIMC office in Kano, who was part of the raid, said the exercise was to discover those areas around the state where illegal NIMC registration activities were going on, especially in business centres.

He said that arrests were made and NIMC documents recovered in the business centres during the exercise.

He listed the documents to include fake NIMC plastics identity cards, NIMC’s original NIN slips, and other vital documents that were not supposed to be under the custody of any non-NIMC staff.

He said those arrested have been handed over to the Police for investigation, after which they shall be charged to court for prosecution.

NIMC had warned Nigerians not to register with any individual, body, association or agents that are not duly licensed by NIMC.

NIMC had in December last year, licensed 200 enrolment agents comprising of 173 agents and 30 state governments/public sector institutions to conduct enrolment of all persons, including legal residents into the national identity database of the the National Identity Management Commission on behalf of NIMC.

The approval, which was given in different categories, included all telecoms operators and private companies, and they are expected to commence enrolment into the NIMC database.

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NIMC, Mr. Kayode Adegoke, Head of Communications, who confirmed the licensing of the agents, said they have been mandated to commence registration immediately.

Last week, the federal government reactivated over 20 enrolment centers within the Nation’s Capital – Federal Capital Territory (FCT) to make the process of NIN enrolment much easier.

The reactivated centres commenced enrolment activities from Monday last week, and NIMC has warned Nigerians not to enrol outside of the licensed enrolment agents.

This is important as not to be wasting your time somewhere without knowing that you have been defrauded.

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Bandits Attack: Niger Communities suffer, loses food stuff



On  the early hours of Sunday morning, Armed bandits said to be numbering over 200 invaded some communities in Munya and Paikoro Local Government Areas of Niger State, killing two security operatives, a middle-aged man and injuring about 15 others in an operation which the villagers said was targeted only at foodstuff.

Over 15 women were abducted and forced to help the bandits carry the looted foodstuff, packed in bags from the communities.

The bandits, however, promised to release the women after helping them to evacuate the foodstuff to a particular location.

The communities invaded by the bandits include Beni, old and new Dalolo, Aboloso, Ishau and Amale, all in Paikoro Local Government, while Gwari Nyayi, Kabiri and Biri in Munya Local Government were also raided by the bandits.

Read Also: Bandits kill seven farmers and abduct 30 villagers in Katsina

Beni, Alhaji Jafaru Umar Sarki, the District Head, confirmed that the invasion started on Saturday evening when the armed men numbering about 200 and in over 50 motorcycles stormed the communities in three different groups.

The Saturday operation only lasted for one hour and the bandits went away with sacks loaded with foodstuff and other items looted from shops in the town.

He said on Sunday morning, the bandits returned and shared themselves into three groups, moving from one community to another targeting only foodstuff and provisions from various outlets , from 9’o clock in the morning and lasted for over three hours.

According to him, a helicopter owned by one of the security agencies was sighted hovering over their heads within and around the communities while the bandits were operating on the ground.

“We saw a helicopter moving around the communities for about six times when the bandits were operating but the helicopter did not attack the bandits.

“We did not know what the helicopter was doing in the air because bandits were operating freely on the ground

He pointed out that “Immediately the bandits finished the operation and left, we did not see the helicopter again, so we don’t know whether it was providing cover for the bandit or to attack the bandits”.

He disclosed that the communities became helpless when all calls made to relevant security agencies to come to their rescue failed, adding that “in fact, the Divisional Police Officer attached to the area said, that they had no fuel in the car”.

The District Head, a retired police officer, disclosed that only the local vigilantes were on ground to provide some help but their ammunitions got exhausted after over 30 minutes of gun exchange with the bandits.

They, however, lost two of their men, leaving the bandits with only gunshot injuries.

Francis Daniel, a middle-aged man, who operates a computer centre at Kafin Koro, was shot and killed from a far distance of hundred metres, when he attempted to escape into the bush on sighting the bandits.

This incident is happening again, barely one year and two weeks after the last attack where the bandits on 9th January 2020, invaded Beni and other communities, kidnaping over 32 villagers, including the son of the District Head of Beni.

The bandits also asked for a ransom of N49million for the release of the abducted, asking the District Head to pay N17million out of the amount before they would release his son.

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