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PVC REGISTRATION: Group call on URHOBO indegenes on massive Voters Card register

PVC REGISTRATION: Group call on URHOBO indegenes on massive Voters Card register

By Ode Williams

The leadership of New Delta National League NDNL, an advocacy group has called on URHOBO indegenes sons and daughters and Deltans in particular who are 18 years and above that have not registered for their Permanent Voters Card PVC to do so as that is their power to vote leaders of their choice and also to be voted for.

 In a statement issued by the National President Comrade, Yisah Omarayerue Peter and the Secretary Comrade Chanumuya Andrew Azubuike inrespectively, to the newsmen at Warri, Delta State recently said," the advocacy group are spure to carrying out massive sensitization and mobilization of eligible voters to go out and register for their  PVC"
According to the NDNL chairman, said, the issue of  PVC was very key for the electorates as that was the only legal right to cast vote for the candidates of their choices.
 The group decried the lack of interest shown by some Nigerians who have lost hope in government as a result of bad governance said the processes of electing credible leaders begins with the registration and collection of PVC's.
NDNL noted that, the Independent Electoral Commission INEC has commence online Continuous Voters Registration CVR, and as matter of fact all sundry is expected to register and has right vote for credibility leaders,

Adding that, intending voters who are 18 years and above can register online and thereafter proceed to INEC designated centers to complete with the processes.
The group had so far visited several Units, Wards and Local Government Areas across the state sensitizing the people on the need for eligible voters to register for their PVC as 84 millions Nigerians are on the voters register which is not commensurate with the eligible populace. 

The statement added that Nigerians should not toy with the issue of voters registration as that is the yardstick to participate in every elections.
He stated.
By Ode Williams

The leadership of New Delta National League NDNL, an advocacy group has called on URHOBO indegenes sons and daughters and Deltans in particular who are 18 years and above that have not registered for their Permanent Voters Card PVC to do so as that is their power to vote leaders of their choice and also to be voted for.

 In a statement issued by the National President Comrade, Yisah Omarayerue Peter and the Secretary Comrade Chanumuya Andrew Azubuike inrespectively, to the newsmen at Warri, Delta State recently said," the advocacy group are spure to carrying out massive sensitization and mobilization of eligible voters to go out and register for their  PVC"
According to the NDNL chairman, said, the issue of  PVC was very key for the electorates as that was the only legal right to cast vote for the candidates of their choices.
 The group decried the lack of interest shown by some Nigerians who have lost hope in government as a result of bad governance said the processes of electing credible leaders begins with the registration and collection of PVC's.
NDNL noted that, the Independent Electoral Commission INEC has commence online Continuous Voters Registration CVR, and as matter of fact all sundry is expected to register and has right vote for credibility leaders,

Adding that, intending voters who are 18 years and above can register online and thereafter proceed to INEC designated centers to complete with the processes.
The group had so far visited several Units, Wards and Local Government Areas across the state sensitizing the people on the need for eligible voters to register for their PVC as 84 millions Nigerians are on the voters register which is not commensurate with the eligible populace. 

The statement added that Nigerians should not toy with the issue of voters registration as that is the yardstick to participate in every elections.
He stated.

Contractors Stun As Buhari Rejects Kickback Cheques of unimaginable amounts

Contractors Stun As Buhari Rejects Kickback Cheques of unimaginable amounts

By News Proof 

President Muhammadu  Buhari Friday in Daura, Katsina State, urged businessmen, contractors and other privileged Nigerians who are beneficiaries of government patronage to always engage in Corporate Social Responsibility, instead of seeking to favor individuals with gifts.
 
President Buhari, who visited the Emir of Daura, Dr Umar Faruk Umar, at his Palace, said pointedly, "I don't want tour cheque.  Go and assist our communities" instead of trying to return kickbacks to public officers, including his office.
 
"We don't want cheques from anyone or organisation as returns or influence of any kind. Let them remember their Corporate Social Responsibilities," he said. 
 
The President noted that he would love to visit Daura more frequently, but for the high cost of presidential movements and exposing security personnel to the weather, assuring that his heart remains with the people.
 
"We are known for farming and I have my farm here. I could come every two weeks and no one can stop me. But the cost to the movement is high. I would rather that it be used to better our schools, clinics and hospitals," said the President.

The President said the grace of God had kept Nigeria together as a country in spite of differences that led to a 30 months civil war 
"We want to thank God always for keeping us together as a country. From January 15, 1966, the country was thrown into political crisis. We had a 30 months civil war that resulted in the loss of about a million lives.

"We still thank God for keeping us together. We remain grateful to all those who showed interest in our unity and progress. May God continue to bless them," he added.

The President, who recalled fond memories of visiting the Palace as a military Head of State, expressed happiness that the warmth and hospitality of the traditional institution had been sustained over the years.

In his remarks, the Emir of Daura, thanked the President for always creating time to visit his hometown and the palace despite the tight schedule.

 "Your visit to Daura reflects your good character which we are very proud of. I can assure you that men, women, children, marketers and artisans are always pleased to receive you and they will be praying for you.

"Today is not for speeches but for appreciation. We have been blessed so much as a community because you are the leader of the country. You have brought honour to our domain.

''As a community, we have benefited a lot with increased traffic of people and organisations coming to help us here. We know it’s because of you.

"May the good Lord always go before you and behind you, and remove all obstacles from your path," he added.

The Emir said the President must remain focused in getting results particularly in securing the country. 
"Nigeria is lucky to have you at this time. I am not saying it to please you, but if you had not been in power it would have been very difficult. I doubt if we will be here today," he added.

At the meeting, the Emir publicly announced conferment of the title of Talban Daura on Yusuf Buhari, son of President Buhari.

He said a date would be announced for the turbaning ceremony of the President's son, which might likely be before his marriage.

The Emir also announced creation of a District in the community of the President, with headquarters in Dimurkol. 

He said the turbaning of young Buhari and creation of the District was to further extend and deepen the long relationship between the Palace and the family. 

He said the decision was in agreement with the kingmakers in Daura Emirate Council.

During the visit, the Palace used the opportunity to clarify the difference between two titles, Talban Hausa,  given to  Alpha Conde, the President of Guinea and Talban Daura designated for Yusuf,  the President’s son.

The Palace explained that Daura, as the linchpin of the Hausa society had conferred titles that have bearing on the Hausa Kingdom and those that are specific to the Emirate.
By News Proof 

President Muhammadu  Buhari Friday in Daura, Katsina State, urged businessmen, contractors and other privileged Nigerians who are beneficiaries of government patronage to always engage in Corporate Social Responsibility, instead of seeking to favor individuals with gifts.
 
President Buhari, who visited the Emir of Daura, Dr Umar Faruk Umar, at his Palace, said pointedly, "I don't want tour cheque.  Go and assist our communities" instead of trying to return kickbacks to public officers, including his office.
 
"We don't want cheques from anyone or organisation as returns or influence of any kind. Let them remember their Corporate Social Responsibilities," he said. 
 
The President noted that he would love to visit Daura more frequently, but for the high cost of presidential movements and exposing security personnel to the weather, assuring that his heart remains with the people.
 
"We are known for farming and I have my farm here. I could come every two weeks and no one can stop me. But the cost to the movement is high. I would rather that it be used to better our schools, clinics and hospitals," said the President.

The President said the grace of God had kept Nigeria together as a country in spite of differences that led to a 30 months civil war 
"We want to thank God always for keeping us together as a country. From January 15, 1966, the country was thrown into political crisis. We had a 30 months civil war that resulted in the loss of about a million lives.

"We still thank God for keeping us together. We remain grateful to all those who showed interest in our unity and progress. May God continue to bless them," he added.

The President, who recalled fond memories of visiting the Palace as a military Head of State, expressed happiness that the warmth and hospitality of the traditional institution had been sustained over the years.

In his remarks, the Emir of Daura, thanked the President for always creating time to visit his hometown and the palace despite the tight schedule.

 "Your visit to Daura reflects your good character which we are very proud of. I can assure you that men, women, children, marketers and artisans are always pleased to receive you and they will be praying for you.

"Today is not for speeches but for appreciation. We have been blessed so much as a community because you are the leader of the country. You have brought honour to our domain.

''As a community, we have benefited a lot with increased traffic of people and organisations coming to help us here. We know it’s because of you.

"May the good Lord always go before you and behind you, and remove all obstacles from your path," he added.

The Emir said the President must remain focused in getting results particularly in securing the country. 
"Nigeria is lucky to have you at this time. I am not saying it to please you, but if you had not been in power it would have been very difficult. I doubt if we will be here today," he added.

At the meeting, the Emir publicly announced conferment of the title of Talban Daura on Yusuf Buhari, son of President Buhari.

He said a date would be announced for the turbaning ceremony of the President's son, which might likely be before his marriage.

The Emir also announced creation of a District in the community of the President, with headquarters in Dimurkol. 

He said the turbaning of young Buhari and creation of the District was to further extend and deepen the long relationship between the Palace and the family. 

He said the decision was in agreement with the kingmakers in Daura Emirate Council.

During the visit, the Palace used the opportunity to clarify the difference between two titles, Talban Hausa,  given to  Alpha Conde, the President of Guinea and Talban Daura designated for Yusuf,  the President’s son.

The Palace explained that Daura, as the linchpin of the Hausa society had conferred titles that have bearing on the Hausa Kingdom and those that are specific to the Emirate.

REVEALED: Igboho Injured, chained and crying like baby in Benin prison - Source

REVEALED: Igboho Injured, chained and crying like baby in Benin prison - Source

By Dansu Peter 

The Yorùbá nation agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho was reportedly crying like a baby and chained like a common criminal in the Benin Republic prison where he is being held, his lead counsel claimed in a report according to Punch Newspaper. 

The freedom fighter was arrested with his wife while escaping through the small west African nation to Germany. 

The lead counsel described as inhuman the treatment his client was being subjected to in the custody of the police in Benin Republic.

According to Punch Newspaper, the counsel, Chief Yomi Alliyu ( SAN) said this while speaking with one of its correspondents on Tuesday night.

He said his wife, Ropo, who was arrested together with Igboho was also kept in a separate cell by the police in the neighbouring country.

They chained him in the cell where they put him in Cotonou. There was a fracas at the airport yesterday when he was arrested. They hit him in the hand and that same hand was handcuffed, he is in pains and he was weeping like a child when I called, I heard him.

The wife too was put in a separate cell but they didn’t chain the wife. He was crying, the wife was crying too cease he was writhing in pains seriously. We only pray they don’t pay anybody to kill him.  You don’t out somebody in cell and still chain the person.

You know he sustained injury and they didn’t take him to hospital for treatment. We heard that he is appearing in court tomorrow but I don’t know whether that will carry it out.”
By Dansu Peter 

The Yorùbá nation agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho was reportedly crying like a baby and chained like a common criminal in the Benin Republic prison where he is being held, his lead counsel claimed in a report according to Punch Newspaper. 

The freedom fighter was arrested with his wife while escaping through the small west African nation to Germany. 

The lead counsel described as inhuman the treatment his client was being subjected to in the custody of the police in Benin Republic.

According to Punch Newspaper, the counsel, Chief Yomi Alliyu ( SAN) said this while speaking with one of its correspondents on Tuesday night.

He said his wife, Ropo, who was arrested together with Igboho was also kept in a separate cell by the police in the neighbouring country.

They chained him in the cell where they put him in Cotonou. There was a fracas at the airport yesterday when he was arrested. They hit him in the hand and that same hand was handcuffed, he is in pains and he was weeping like a child when I called, I heard him.

The wife too was put in a separate cell but they didn’t chain the wife. He was crying, the wife was crying too cease he was writhing in pains seriously. We only pray they don’t pay anybody to kill him.  You don’t out somebody in cell and still chain the person.

You know he sustained injury and they didn’t take him to hospital for treatment. We heard that he is appearing in court tomorrow but I don’t know whether that will carry it out.”

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