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Thursday, 6 April 2017

Charly Boy appears in court, supports Nnamdi Kanu (photos)

JUST IN: Charly Boy appears in court in support of Nnamdi Kanu (photos)
The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu was at the Federal High Court today, April 6, for his hearing on his bail application

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu was at the Federal High Court today, April 6, for his hearing on his bail application.

At the hearing today, the IPOB leaders was supported by many South-East and South-South leaders and women who were dressed in their traditional attire.

JUST IN: Charly Boy appears in court in support of Nnamdi Kanu (photos)
At the hearing today, the IPOB leaders was supported by many South-East and South-South leaders and women who were dressed in their traditional attire.

One of the leaders who spoke said they were at the court to support their sons - Kanu and three other accused persons.

Also, today, Television presenter and musician Charles 'Charly Boy' Oputa was in court in solidarity with Kanu.
JUST IN: Charly Boy appears in court in support of Nnamdi Kanu (photos)
Charly Boy was in court to support Nnamdi Kanu

Watch this video if Nnamdi Kanu in court below:

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

HIV ravages Borno IDP camps, in 3 months. Number of cases recorded is alarming

HIV ravages Borno IDP camps, 3,800 cases recorded in 3 months
Barkindo Saidu, executive secretary, Borno Agency for the Control of HIV/AIDS (BOSACA), says 3,800 new cases of HIV infections have been recorded in internally displaced persons (IDPs) camps in the state.
Saidu told NAN in Maiduguri on Wednesday that the new cases were recorded after voluntary screening in 15 IDPs camps in the state.
He said currently 2.4 percent of the population of the state or about 108,000 persons are living with HIV and AIDS, going by the demographic survey provided by the National Population Commission.
“We recorded 3,800 new cases of HIV between January 2017 to March this year,” he said.
“Also, 70 children in the IDPs camps tested positive.
“So far, in the whole state we have about 18,101 new cases of persons living with HIV within this period and only 9,438 are currently coming for the anti-retroviral therapy and counselling.
“Our challenges are enormous and cannot be over emphasised. It will interest you to note that Borno state have not participated in any HIV programme in the last two years.
“Only tiny portion of the people living with HIV and AIDs can access treatment because most anti-retroviral centres have closed.”
He explained that only 32 out of the 90 anti-retroviral centres were still operational in the state.
“Within the last six years, the state was only able to achieve nine per cent out of its HIV reduction prevalence rate in Borno state,” he said.
“This was because the government and other support partners have not given priority attention to the plight of such persons.
“Governor Shettima had approved N45 million counterpart funding for HIV development programmes since December 2016, but the fund is yet to be released.
“Three months ago, I wrote a letter to about 29 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to come to the plight of such persons but only UNICEF is assisting.
“On March 30, the federal government had received grant for HIV, TB and Malaria from Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Maleria (GPATM). We cannot access this fund until the state government provide counterpart support funding.”
The executive secretary, therefore, renewed his appeal to the state government to release the counterpart fund and urged NGOs to support people living with HIV/AIDS.

Friday, 17 March 2017

Brimah: Covetous cabal bundled unwell Buhari home to sign away Nigeria into their coffers

A social commentator, Dr Peregrino Brimah has decried the mystery surrounding the health challenges of President Muhammadu Buhari. Dr Brimah made special mention of the cabal surrounding the president and their activities.
Brimah: Covetous cabal bundled unwell Buhari home to sign away Nigeria into their coffers
President Muhammadu Buhari has since resumed back to work

President Muhammadu Buhari is not well. It is impossible to deny how severely emaciated, weak and discombobulated he has appeared since returning to Nigeria. This after 51 days supposedly resting in the United Kingdom.

President Buhari’s first address Friday morning when he arrived was anything but coordinated, with the BBC describing parts of it as “rambling.” He missed Friday Jumaah prayers at the villa, which was quite telling. Describing his illness as the “worst ever” in his life, Buhari appeared to mention that he was even given blood while on medical leave.

Convening the federal executive council meeting Wednesday, the president set the house off laughing with perhaps an inappropriate or unexpected remark. While he came early, 5 minutes before the 10 am start time, the meeting which typically lasted till 5 or 6pm under acting president Osinbajo lasted only 2 hours. No more than a few of the planned meeting agenda could possibly have been covered.

Dragged Down To Sign Deals for Cabal
Buhari is clearly unable to fulfill the requirements of his office. The question is why the cabal bought him over, seeing how thin and weak he is. SaharaReporters media had severally reported that the cabal had been trying hard to bundle Buhari over against medical advice. Finally they succeeded in bringing him down, giving him immense stress, potentially worsening his condition and putting his life at greater risk.

No one will bring his father or friend over, looking as Buhari does and stress him as they are. These cabal are extraordinarily wicked.

There is clear evidence the cabal are hurrying to use the exhausted and physically stressed president to sign themselves juicy deals and sign off Nigeria’s assets and oil endowment to themselves and their cronies at the expense of Buhari’s health and the nation’s progress.

The Senate Should Come To The Rescue
If there is a time Nigeria needs Saraki the most, perhaps this is the time. Fortune and resistance have made and kept publicly indicted, embattled Saraki as Nigeria’s Senate president. It is only the National assembly that can rescue Buhari from these predators and assist him to return to the United Kingdom as soon as possible to receive the health care and rest he deserves, protected from a greedy, insensitive exploitative cabal.

Nigeria is in grave risk as the cabal hurry to manipulate an indisposed, frail Buhari to sign away on documents he is unable to decipher.

The Senate is urged to assist Buhari and Nigeria by ensuring Buhari is protected from the mischievous, corrupt plots and relieved of the daunting task of manning the nation and allowed to rest and hopefully recover as medically advised.


Friday, 10 March 2017

JUST IN: Buhari meets Osinbajo, governors at Aso Rock

President Muhammadu Buhari met Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo and some governors shortly after arriving he arrived the country after a medical vacation in the UK.
As a result of the closure of Nnamdi Azikiwe international airport, Buhari landed at the air force base in Kaduna, and took a chopper to Abuja.
More to follow…

BREAKING: President Buhari returns to Nigeria, See the jet that brought him.

See the plane that brought Buhari back to Nigeria
President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to Nigeria at around 4.am on Friday, March 10 after an extended medical leave in London

According to This Day, the president landed in Kaduna airport after which he was choppered to Aso Rock Villa after left the country on January on a 10-day vacation.

The president was expected back into the country at the end of the month but sent another letter to the National Assembly informing of his decision to extend his vacation citing medical reasons.

His indefinite vacation fuelled speculation about the state of his health with rumours being spread that he was dead although this was refuted many times by his media aides, Garba Shehu and Femi Adeshina.

See the plane that brought Buhari back to Nigeria
See the plane that brought Buhari back to Nigeria

There was also speculation that the president could remain in the UK for four months due to medical complication although the Senate president, Bukola Saraki led a three-man delegation of himself, Speaker Yakubu Dogara and Senate Leader, Ahmed Lawani to meet Buhari in London.
Saraki insisted after meeting the president that he was hale and hearty and said he was in his usual high spirit.

See the plane that brought Buhari back to Nigeria

Apart from the delegation led by Saraki, the president also received high-profile visitors at the Abuja House in London including All Progressives Congress (APC) leader, Bola Tinubu and Chief Bisi Akande.

See the plane that brought Buhari back to Nigeria

His wife, Aisha also paid him a visit to confirm to Nigerians that he was hale and hearty as well as Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun.

See the plane that brought Buhari back to Nigeria

The last visitor he received before his return to Nigeria was Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury who visited on Thursday, March 9.
Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna wrote:

See the plane that brought Buhari back to Nigeria

"WELCOME BACK PMB: The President is back. He has landed safely in Kaduna and received by Acting Governor Barnabas Yusuf Bala and senior KDSG officials. The government and people of Kaduna State are proud to receive our First Citizen back to his home to face the task of rebuilding Nigeria. Alhamdulillah. Jumaat Mubarak to everyone. "

See the plane that brought Buhari back to Nigeria

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