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NAIJA NEWSPAPERS: TODAY'S THE DAILY TIMES NEWSPAPER HEADLINES [2ND FEBRUARY, 2017].


Below are the headlines found on The Daily Times Online Newspaper for today, Friday, 2nd February, 2017.

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
A former lawmaker, Senator Ikechukwu Obiora, is on the run following an order issued on Wednesday night by the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Abukakar Idris, for his arrest. Over 30 officers and men from the Force Headquarters who stormed his Asokoro, Abuja residence on Thursday morning to effect his arrest were told by security men in the house that he was not in town. But sources revealed that Sen. Obiora was earlier tipped off by a mole within the IGP’s office of the arrest order, hence he sneaked out of the house before the officers arrived at his residence. The order by the IGP to arrest Obiora followed his alleged fraudulent activities with his cohorts including the Chairman of DSTV, Adewumi Ogunsanya, over attempt to acquire properties belonging to The Daily Times and the illegal use of police action to arrest the Publisher, Mr. Fidelis Anosike, the Group Managing Director, Barrister Noel Anosike, some management and line staff of The Daily Times who were detained for seven days and were denied bail by a Magistrates’ Court in Mpape, a suburb of Abuja. After invading the Abuja office of The Daily Times, Sen. Obiora had also led some policemen to the newspaper’s Lagos office complex in Agidingbi, Ikeja which they ransacked, carted away documents and equipment including computers, laptops, cameras, phones, air-conditioners and generating sets, among others. The Daily Times management had therefore written petitions to President Muhammadu Buhari, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Senate President, Bukola Saraki, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon Yakubu Dogara, the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN), the Chief Justice of the Nigeria (CJN), Justice Walter Onnoghen and the IGP. In the petition which was signed by Mr. Fidelis Anosike and Barrister Noel Anosike and widely reported in the media, the duo alleged abuse of powers and intimidation by Obiora who colluded with certain police officers to humiliate and embarrass them. According to them, those involved include DIG Hyacinth Dagala of the Force Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (FCIID), ACP Njoku, SP Elizabeth Ezeh and ASP Yakubu Hankari. According to Police sources, before ordering for the arrest of Obiora, the IGP expressed shock that DIG Dagala could arrest, detain and arraign The Daily Times Publisher and his members staff without briefing him on the matter even as the First Information Report of the case reads IGP of Police Versus Anosike, Obiora and others. The IGP was also said to have ordered full investigation of the roles played by the police officers and men involved in the matter. The petition to the IGP reads in part: “It is noteworthy here that the issue forming the backdrop of Sen. Ikechukwu Obiora’s antics in this case is the long-drawn fight for the ownership of Daily Times of Nigeria Plc, a case the investigation of which was done during the time of the then Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Ogbonna Onovo, and concluded to be purely civil in nature and which is pending in various courts in Nigeria. The then Attorney-General of the Federation had also found and advised that the matter was a civil one on the basis of which its prosecution was stopped. “The self-same Sen. Ikechukwu Obiora had also engineered another criminal prosecution against us in Lagos (Charge No: LA/204/2011) over the same issue while the Lagos State High Court in Igbosere dismissed in its totality. “You may wish to know Sir that in 2004, our company, Folio Communications Ltd, bided for and bought DTN in a widely publicised and transparent privatisation process executed by the Federal Government and that DTN was duly handed over to Folio Communications Limited in September, 2014. “Ikechukwu Obiora only has minority interest in a Company that has minority shares in DTN. It is for this reason that Obiora has done everything possible to convert DTN to himself including going to the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) with forged documents to change ownership of the Company which the courts have severally declared illegal. “Obiora has initiated several criminal cases against us and DTN, all of which have been dismissed including a Lagos State High Court, a Federal High Court and the Court of Appeal. In dismissing the cases, the courts expressly declared that the issues in dispute are purely civil and not criminal in nature. “It is because he cannot have DTN that Ikechukwu Obiora resorted to obtaining injustice from the back door by colluding with DIG Dagala and running to a Magistrates’ Court in Mpape, Abuja on a matter that is pending in courts with superior jurisdiction. “Please note also sir that a dispute between Folio Communications and Ikechukwu Obiora on Daily Times ownership was resolved in 2006 following intervention of some stakeholders in the media industry after which a Consent Judgement was granted by a Federal High Court in 2006. Obiorah has continued to act in breach of both the Statement of Agreement and the Consent Judgement. “We have gone through many legal battles over the years on this same matter both civil and criminal most of which were initiated by Ikechukwu Obiora, in spite of the Consent Judgement arising from the amicable settlement of April 2006. It is however of importance to state that we have won all the cases so far while others are pending at the High Courts and the Court of Appeal. In the same vein, the courts have dismissed all criminal prosecutions initiated against us by Ikechukwu Obiora while declaring that issues arising from the suits are civil and not criminal, yet he remains unabated”. Meanwhile, Mr Fidelis Anosike has condemned the raid and arson on the DTN properties at its Lagos office complex in Ikeja by Sen Obiora, saying that Obiora and his hoodlums have succeeded in destroying The Daily Times. He added that concerted efforts are being made by the stakeholders to rectify the situation as the heritage newspaper is on course. The desperation of former lawmaker, Senator Ikechukwu Obiorah, to cripple The Daily Times newspaper reached the crescendo on Wednesday night, when hoodlums, suspected to be working for him, cannibalised the operational headquarters of the heritage newspaper at Agidingbi, Ikeja Lagos. The hoodlums, at the behest of Sen. Obiora, carted every equipment in sight at the office in a truck. These include computers, printers, airconditioners, generators, electric bulbs, and sockets among others. Recall that over 20 police officers acting at the prompting of the former lawmaker last week invaded The Daily Times operational office in Agidingbi, Ikeja-Lagos. During the invasion, they arrested five members staff of the heritage newspaper.

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Operations of Bristow and Caverton Helicopters have been brought to a standstill by the National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers (NAAPE) and its union affiliate in the United Labour Congress (ULC) over alleged anti-labour laws. Supply of aviation fuel to the two companies were also withdrawn by members of the union. The union accused the two Helicopter companies of abuse of expatriate quota law of Nigeria, force work without pay, witch-hunt and victimisation of union leaders, unrelenting bastardisation of negotiated conditions of service. The union, as early as 9.15 am on Thursday morning, blocked the entrance leading into the two companies to prevent anyone going in as it directed its members to down tools to ensure managements of both companies give them a listening ear. Chanting solidarity songs and carrying placards with different inscriptions that read, ‘Racism in Bristow must stop, Leave Nigerian jobs for Nigerians, We say no to forced labour in Bristow’, the aggrieved union members said the Bristow and Caverton would remain shut until all issues were resolved. The National President, NAAPE, Comrade Abenego Galadima, at a news conference, said the issues have been on for over four years and the management of Bristow has been adamant in resolving them despite the “several interventions by the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, the Federal Ministry of Interior, and the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) in resolving any of the many issues. “We consider this shameful situation to be a sad and sorry tale of failure of industrial relations by both parties,” Galadima said. He pointed out that,”this adverse state of affairs has been foisted by the management of the Bristow Group who has promoted management by subterfuge to an art, where impunity and manipulation of facts are official management tools of oppression and coercion”. NAAPE said it was disheartening that activities of the Managing Director of B.A.T.S, Nick Tufty Travers, was always to destabilise the growth of national engineers as a means to facilitate the perpetuation of expatriates’ domination in the Bristow Group. Galadima therefore called on the Minister of Interior and Comptroller General of Immigration to immediately commence an audit of expatriates in the employment of Bristow Group. He noted that the Bristow Managing Director should be deported, as he has overstayed his welcome in Nigeria. “This will no longer be tolerated. Besides, he has truly overstayed his welcome, haven stayed in the country since 2005 far in excess of ceiling contained in EQ law. “Accordingly, Nick Travers is hereby declared persona non-grata. Consequently, we call on the Minister of Interior and Comptroller General of Immigration to commence the process of his deportation and to carryout comprehensive expatriate audit in the Bristow Group”. “It is, therefore, evidently clear that the Bristow Group has thrown Nigerian’s expatriate quota laws to the dogs and has done incalculable damage to the policy intention of Nigeria over the years”, he added. Speaking on their grouse with Caverton Helicopters, Galadima said the management of the company for over two years had refused to remit pension deductions to the appropriate authority. “Caverton for over two years has been deducting our members’ pensions and refuse to remit it in their RSA, retirement Savings Account. You know the monies are supposed to be in the account so that pension administrators can use it for business so that the staff or worker can benefit from the interest. So if for over two years they have not remitted such pensions and the employer’s contributions according to the pensions Act, so you know what that means. It means that the staff have been shortchange and some of them are nearing retirement”. He noted that Caverton’s conditions of service has also expired over one year and efforts to make sure a new one was in place, he said ,they were foot dragging. ”They are paying our members based on the dollar rate that is not know to law. The CBN is the only body to set what they call exchange rate, Naira to dollar, but Caverton is using their own which is not acceptable to us,” he added. Other affiliate bodies of the United Labour Congress said Thursday’s shutdown was just a pinch of what was to come if the helicopter companies refused to call for a Roundtable to discuss these nagging issues. Chairman, ULC, Lagos State, Comrade Tokunbo Korodo, said apart from withdrawal supply of aviation fuel, other strategies had been put in place to drive home their demands. Also speaking, the Secretary General, Nigeria Union of Railway Workers, Comrade Segun Esan, said their course was hinged on the pursuit of justice and fairness and would continue to do this until the helicopter companies do the needful.

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Bayelsa State Governor Seriake Dickson, on Thursday led a high powered delegation of Ijaw leaders to former President Goodluck Jonathan to deliberate on the All Progressives Congress (AP) Committee’s report on restructuring. Jonathan, Governor Dickson and the top Ijaw leaders called on President Muhammadu Buhari and the leadership of the APC to be sincere with the implementation of the recommendations of the party’s committee led by Kaduna State Governor Nasir El Rufai. The former President and the group said that, a holistic and sincere implementation of the recommendations of the report on restructuring would encourage inter-ethnic harmony and development in the country. A statement by the Special Adviser to Governor Dickson on Media Relations, Mr. Fidelis Soriwei, on Thursday also quoted Jonathan as having said that, the issues which fell under the purview of the committee were exhaustively treated during the 2014 National Conference whose sincere implementation would definitely move the nation forward. He said that, it was a good idea that the APC was able to set up a committee to look into the same grey areas, which featured prominently in the deliberations of the 2014 Conference. Jonathan commended Governor Dickson for playing the leadership role of coordinating the thoughts of the Ijaw people on the sensitive issue of restructuring. According to Jonathan, Governor Dickson must be appreciated for ensuring that the Ijaw Nation did not speak with discordant tones on the issue of restructuring. He stressed that he was pleased that Governor Dickson was performing the leadership role in accordance with his expectations by coordinating the Ijaw Nation on the topical issue. Jonathan said, “I am pleased with the caliber of people who came with the Governor to brief me on the issue of the recommendations of the APC Committee on restructuring. “I must say that I am happy with the role being played by the Governor on this issue of restructuring. Ethnic nationalities must not speak with discordant tones on such pertinent issues. I am pleased that Dickson is coordinating the Ijaw Nation. “I am also pleased that the APC set up a committee to look into the grey areas to come up with these recommendations. When we were in government, we came up with a confab and several issues were addressed which if sincerely implemented would encourage relationship in the country. A sincere implementation of the recommendations on these grey areas will make the country to move forward.” Responding, Governor Dickson said that he led the delegation of the Ijaw leaders to the former President on a consultative meeting and to brief him on the steps the Ijaws had taken to build bridges of understanding in the pursuits of what is right in the country. He explained that, the meeting focused on the issue of restructuring and the moves being made to bring about a just, fair and egalitarian Nigerian society. Dickson noted that, the recommendations contained in the report of the APC committee were the same as those contained in the 2014 National confab.

Fri, 02 Feb 2018
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, on Thursday formerly registered as a member of Coalition for Nigeria Movement after its official launch of the Ogun State chapter. The event which took place at the Iwe Irohin NUJ Press Centre, Oke Ilewo, Abeokuta, saw some personalities such as the former governors of Cross River and Osun states, Donald Duke and Olagunsoye Oyinlola, respectively, Gboyega Nasiru Isiaka, Mrs. Modupe Adelaja and top politicians from the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was afterward decorated with the official emblem of the Movement by Duke. While addressing the full-packed hall, Obasanjo said his letter to President Muhammadu Buhari last week, was born not out of frivolity, but out of great concern for the situation in the country. He added that Nigeria as a nation cannot continue business as usual, observing further “If the instrument we have used since independence has not worked, then we should rethink and retool to make the country work.” Obasanjo, who stressed that Nigeria, like any other countries, has various challenges, explained that the Coalition was set up to mobilize Nigerians for peace, unity, security, stability, love, welfare and the wellbeing of vulnerable Nigerians, particularly youth and women who, according to him, have been at the receiving end of national crises. He mentioned the disrespect for the federal character as enshrined in the country’s constitution, the spate of killings and violence across the country, and the parlous nature of Nigeria’s economy under President Buhari’s administration, as some of the reasons for the Coalition. He noted that “if the instrument we have used so far in our nation-building and governance since independence have not served us well, it is imperative that we should rethink and retool, stressing that it would amount to height of folly for anybody or any group to continue to do things in the same way and expect different results Obasanjo added that “the Coalition for Nigeria will raise standards generally but particularly standards of political leadership and governance”. “Like all countries, Nigeria has many challenges. That, by itself, is not what we should worry about. What should matter is how, when and with what instruments we address or fail to address these challenges or create more problems”. Expressing his happiness to be a member of the coalition, Obasanjo said, the movement is a pressure point towards good governance, saying that this is the commencement for our popular and grassroots association. He added that membership of the movement will be free to collectively decide on whether CNM becomes a political party, assuring that if the movement decides to metamorphose into a political party; he will cease to be a member to maintain his non partisan elder statesman. He urged members of the movement to promote the CNM and mobilize membership all over the country including membership from Diaspora, stressing that the movement is an opportunity for Nigerian men and women, especially youths who have been feeling marginalized and helpless to go all out and bring friends and families into CNM fold. The CNM will remain a popular socio-economic movement open to all Nigerians who believe in the greatness of Nigeria and are ready to contribute to it. While lamenting that Nigerian government has taking nation-building for granted, Obasanjo noted that nation-building must be given continued attention to give every citizen a feeling of belonging and stake in his or her county, arguing that the current administration of President Muhammadu Buhari concentrated the nation’s security apparatus in a particular geopolitical zone which he said was not good enough. “Nobody and no group should feel excluded in his or her country. Inclusion and popular participation must be visibly pursued in terms of politics, the economy and our overall social life”. He noted that “the spate of violence, criminality, organized crime, insurgency and terrorism have not received sufficient proactive ameliorative response through transformational leadership; a determined leadership that brings cohesion and wholesomeness to polity”. “A socio-economic popular movement needs to be the new vehicle to give hope to thw youths, dignity and encouragement to women and security, confidence and a promising future to all Nigerians. It must work to bring about a new democratic and efficient Nigeria. The movement must speak up boldly and bluntly about the truth but politely in accordance with African culture. “The movement will also act collectively with political awareness, social responsibilities, sustained and sustainable economic development and p[progress. Timidity and cowardice must not be part of its make-up or culture and neither must there be indifference”. “He who keeps quite, inactive and indifferent in the face of bad act is an act accomplice to that act. Self-interest, self-centeredness and selfless must be put aside. National interest must be paramount. The movement will teach what it believes and practice what it teaches, “Obasanjo added.

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