Below are the headlines found on The Daily Sun Online Newspaper for today, Sunday, 11 March, 2018.

Sun, 11 Mar 2018
A National Executive Committee, NEC, member of the Arewa Consultative Forum, ACF, Alhaji Mohammed Abdulrahman has disclosed that some ex-military officers and politicians are reforming the defunct Social Democratic Party, SDP, into an organized and effective political force ahead of the 2019 elections. Mohammed, a former political secretary of the Northern socio-cultural group, ACF and an international security surveillance consultant since the time of Shehu Musa Yar’Adua’s tenure as Chief of Staff, Supreme Headquarters, revealed to Sunday Sun in an exclusive interview last Tuesday that three Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, stalwarts have already signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the SDP.

According to him, all the retired soldiers in Nigeria, whether under Obasanjo, Babangida, the retired soldiers, ex-military officers are the people leading the SDP back to light. “They are getting ready. If 2019 proves to be a herdsman issue and a Buhari power confrontation… all the former soldiers will set up a group that will deal with Buhari and every other person in Nigeria that is creating problem. So, they should not just look at SDP simply,” he added.

Mohammed also addressed other pressing national issues facing Nigeria and disclosed that the government was planning a firm official action to be taken against the media in Nigeria.

Recently, PMB appointed Tinubu to bring about an end to the crises in the All Progressives Congress, APC, by reconciling the warring factions in the party. I’ll like to have your thoughts on that.

I think Buhari may have the honour to be president of Nigeria, but I think he is very bereft of political wisdom, a man lacking, very lacking…the poverty of political wisdom is afflicting him.

Can you break that down?

He is suffering from the poverty of political wisdom. That is the simplest I can put it and I think Nigerians will understand this.

Is it because he appointed Tinubu as the man to reconcile the warring factions in the party?

Yes. You have abused a man and disparaged him. A man led you to success…I was one of those who insisted…you remember during the alliance when they were having a meeting in Abuja, the first alliance meeting when I held a press conference in Kaduna that Babangida now owns 51 per cent of ACN of Tinubu and that I was there when it happened, then Buhari said the meeting was inconclusive and that the alliance will not hold. They went to polls after then and he failed woefully. It was then that Aliko Mohammed and the rest of them called me and begged me to use my spirituality to…

Let’s address this present issue rather than what happened in the past.

I was trying to let you know the genesis of the reason why Buhari is suffering from the poverty of political wisdom. The magic which Tinubu brought to the victory of Buhari through the alliance was disparaged, abused and rendered useless  by his nepotism by the way he operated the presidency, neglecting Tinubu completely, never knowing that there will be a tomorrow, never thought of 2019 at that time. Buhari’s political strategists are the most useless ones I have ever known in my life. Even if there is any political strategy for him, there is no political adviser. The person that is supposed to be his political adviser he doesn’t listen to him. He is not even present there. So, most of the infrastructure that the presidency used for leadership and rulership are not present in Buhari’s government because personal common sense and personal uncommon sense and wisdom are the three things that help a leader to be a good leader. So he is suffering from leadership dysfunction because there is no common sense regulated. Nigeria is too big for his small brain. So, he needs a political adviser, he needs strategic adviser. Tinubu brought a big luggage of political wisdom to him. He didn’t use them. From his appointments you can see he never used it. The people they call the cabal are diminishing the effect of Buhari’s capacity and capability to rule Nigeria. They are not helping him.

If you say these things of Buhari what would you say about Tinubu who was that disparaged after victory as you have said who accepted the job of reconciling factions?

Tinubu is a Nigerian. He knows the luggage he brought into ACN and CPC alliance that led to the formation of the APC. The Yoruba nation as a whole may not focus on the fact that Tinubu is a political businessman and can never be a good leader in Nigeria. Tinubu will make one of the worst presidents Nigeria will ever have if he ever goes into that table. It is money he cares about and it is money he knows how to capture, but leadership he cannot. He is so selfish that he can never be a leader of any group of ethnic or tribal collective which is what Nigeria is. He can never be their leader because he likes money too much.

Will Tinubu succeed in reconciling these factions in APC?

No, he will just throw it back on the face of Buhari that sorry APC cannot win election in 2019. So please just stand down your efforts. It’s all Nigerians that gave you the effort because the Yoruba nation will tell Tinubu he is unintelligent. What reconciliation can Tinubu do when he led the entire Yoruba nation to the Villa? Whatever profit they made out of it is not responsible profit. They are hustling profits. There is a difference between responsible profit and hustling profit. Responsible profit is the one you earn as a citizen being nationalistic and patriotic to your nation and government. That is not present.

Would you advise Buhari to re-contest in 2019?

They are bandying the masses they captured on video when he went to Kano, Nasarawa…they are not the people who will come out for voting in elections. It has never worked like that. Have they forgotten the twelve two-third of the Akinjide era? Do you remember that? So because the whole of Kano are in the picture, the whole of Nasarawa and Zamfara are in the video and he has up to 20 million people there doesn’t mean that he would win an election. They are preparing for the greatest of all rigging and post-election violence that Nigeria has ever witnessed in its lifetime as a country. The indicators are all the pictures and videos they are showing of people in one city that welcomed Buhari. What has that got to do with general election in 2019? How can that be an indication of those going to vote for Buhari if they are not planning to rig an election? It doesn’t imply. The fact that they have put all their weights, thinking, resources and responsibilities on just some people who have gathered in one visit of Buhari and they snap it and start showing Nigerians and some people who think that they are political strategists will say he has already 16 million votes. Those people hardly come out to vote. So if they are not planning to rig an election they will not be grandstanding on this. They should look at the ingredients of progress in Nigeria, economy and leadership. Look at the issue of herdsmen, the unpeaceful situation, the economy, inflation, schools. We are now in another turn of Chibok in Dapchi, Yobe State. You can imagine that. How can such a man think that he can become president again? Are Nigerians fools? So they are only holding on to illiterates and poor people who want to come out to see a president. They are not thinking about why people go out to line up and vote. And the government wants to disenfranchise those who can vote and disabuse their minds. If INEC is not watched, the materials for voting will not go to where the opposition party or PDP or SDP can win an election. They will be short of election materials. They will concentrate the materials only where Buhari is going to get big votes and they will come out with a decision that Buhari has won the election.

What then is your projection of all those who are now eyeing the presidency?

My projection is a very funny one. Funny in the sense that Atiku is the one who is going to carry the day. But in my vision some people have decided to assassinate Atiku.


Aren’t herders killing people all over the place? Is that not assassination? No, I am asking you. If a herdsman…they have infiltrated everywhere in Nigeria. If Atiku’s aeroplane gets up, don’t ask me how they are going to know it is Atiku’s aeroplane. Don’t you see herdsmen being driven out of tarmac? Don’t you see herdsmen using telephone all over the place? If Atiku boards a plane and is going up, herdsmen can shoot down the plane. What are you telling me? I was more inclined with NSO (defunct Nigerian Security Organisation), the military security in those days. You know it was when NPN government was going to come in that we converted NSO into three organizations. I wrote the document and I still have the document, the document with which Vision 2010 was written and if you remember Abacha did a national broadcast on Vision 2010. They will stop Atiku. Then out of the blues, emergency, Dankwambo will be asked to take his slot as the presidential candidate.

How will that happen?

That will be worked out, but Dankwambo got interested in the race after my eyesight on the Atiku presidency. Somebody called me from his state and tried to find out how right is the efficacy of my vision and I told him it is 99.9 per cent. So, Dankwambo, whatever it is will be railroaded to that contest to be a president. If they have already zoned the presidency to the North… I don’t know why because when Ekwueme and Shagari were in power, Ekwueme was going to be the next president as the Vice-President, but Buhari did a coup against them. Now, Yemi Osinbajo is favoured to be the next president and he has performed very well when he was Acting President… Nigerians have no doubt that Osinbajo can do it and Osinbajo is saying Buhari is not nepotic.

Let’s look at the position of the Igbo in the equation. The Igbo, especially those in the APC are banking on the fact that if they assist Buhari to realize his second term dream, the Igbo would get the presidency in 2023. What do you think?

(Prolonged laughter) So you have not seen the plan? Haba, my brother. We struggled in Abiola days in the trenches with you. You ought to be seeing it now. They want to give Buhari…they want to revenge what happened to Goodluck Jonathan in the 2015 election. Do you think any human being, a candidate will ever spend as much money as Jonathan in a presidential election in Nigeria again? They moved the Central Bank pounds and dollars onto the streets. They went section by section of Nigeria…

(Cuts in) I want you to address this issue of Igbo presidency. Is it not feasible in 2023?

They are trying to revenge what happened to Jonathan my friend. They have it in their hearts. That’s why they have come out en bloc to say that Buhari should continue. They want to let him hit the ground badly. They want his political injury not to heal at all. They know that the issue that will make them get Igbo presidency are more than just shouting and talking. It is in the question of attitude. It is in the question of IPOB and all that. It is a question of character. Igbo should look forward to becoming Nigeria’s president if they change their style. Do you remember all the documents in the media about paradigm shift? I started the issue of paradigm shift and I think you did an interview for me at that time. Paradigm shift, age shift, that a young man should be president of Nigeria. It was what I used to help Jonathan become president. I moved against the traditional rulers in the North, the Military establishment in the North and the ACF. I even weakened the political committee of the ACF all for Jonathan to become president of Nigeria. If Jonathan seeks for presidency today, the failure will shock you.

Sun, 11 Mar 2018
Ahead of the 2019 general elections, the Social Democratic Party (SDP) has taken the centre stage in the political arena.

It has literarily become the toast of the moment among politicians who are not comfortable with the existing political order, dominated by the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Already, the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) and Peoples Salvation Party (PSP) have teamed up with the party to form a formidable platform. Also, some members of the PDP who are said to be disgruntled over the outcome of the last national convention of the party, led by former ministers of Information and Education, Prof. Jerry Gana and Prof. Tunde Adeniran, respectively, have also joined the party.

It is also being insinuated that the Coalition for Nigeria Movement (CNM), which is the brainchild of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, is also in talks with the party. Former National Publicity Secretary of the party, Alfa Mohammed, had also recently claimed that five serving governors, 20 senators and some members of the House of Representatives were set to join the party.

Mohammed, who spoke with journalists in Minna, Niger State, last Sunday, had said: “In the next two to three weeks, the mass movement into the SDP will become more pronounced especially at the national and state Houses of Assembly and I am sure that the party will soon become the majority at the National Assembly.”

Whether Mohammed’s assertion amounts to mere political talk or not remains to be seen, but the unfolding scenario in the political scene amply suggests that the SDP is being primed to act as the ‘Third Force’ in the 2019 elections.

  Recall that Obasanjo had in his open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari on January 24, 2018, declared that the two prominent parties in the country, the ruling APC and opposition PDP, had failed Nigerians. He had mooted the idea of forming a movement, now christened a ‘Third Force’ in the political circle, “that will drive Nigeria up and forward.”

Sun, 11 Mar 2018
Alhaji Fatai Akingbade is the pioneer chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and former Secretary to the Osun State Government during the tenure of erstwhile governor Olagunsoye Oyinlola.

In this interview with Sunday Sun, he speaks on his aspiration to contest the September governorship election in the state on the platform the PDP. He says he has the magic wand to turn around the fortune of the state.   

You are one of the aspirants seeking for the governorship ticket of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun State. What is your motivation for wanting to rule the state?

Like you all know, I have been in Osun for quite sometime. And I have been in government, I know every nook and cranny of the state, I know what and what the problems are, I know the peculiar needs of each settlement. I believe I have the solution to whatever may be the problems of Osun State generally. That primarily is my motivation.

There are some apparent dislocations in the state, especially in the education sector.  How would you get around some of these challenges if you succeed in picking the ticket and eventually emerge as the governor?

There is a Yoruba proverb that says, “A rat that has its own path in the bush will continue to run without missing its track.” I this case, I have been in government for a while. I have served as a commissioner, I have served as Secretary to the Government, and I know how government runs. Like you said, there are so many dislocations in the state. The education system is wrong, which is why we are almost the last on the ladder in WEAC examinations. The health service too is nothing to write home about. In Agriculture, nothing is going on there in the last eight years. There are so many other things. Honestly, if anybody goes there, he may not know where to start. But for me who has been part and parcel of the foundation of the state, all I need to do is just to build on that foundation. I know quite well that things are not normal; I know that things are not going on well in the state. But the problems are not insurmountable. By the grace of God, I will fix them up almost immediately.

Sun, 11 Mar 2018
Former senate leader, Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba, is the Chairman, Board of Management of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC). In this interview, he unveils the strategies being put in place to make the activities of the commission more sustainable, transparent and efficient. He also expresses support for the re-election bid of President Muhammadu Buhari, arguing that four years is not enough for any government to make a lasting impact.

You were one year older on Thursday, March 8. How do you feel marking yet another birthday? 

I feel thankful to God that I am a year older and in good health and peace of mind. It’s God’s grace that one is a year older and he is still very active mentally and physically.

Development of human capital is very crucial in ensuring sustainable peace in the Niger Delta region. What are the action plans at the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) towards turning the militants in the creek to useful assets for Nigeria?

You know there are a number of Federal Government’s interventions in the region. We have the Ministry of Niger Delta, we have the Amnesty Programme, and then we have the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC). The commission is engaged essentially in the development of the region into an integrated economic entity. That entails physical and human capital developments. For the human capital development, we have a number of programmes: we have post graduate scholarship programme for young men and women from the region. We are now contemplating on undergraduate scholarship programme to complement our existing scholarship programme which is essentially the post graduate and foreign-based post graduate programme. We also have different programmes for skill acquisition and entrepreneurship development training and support. Those are the things we are doing to develop human capital. We believe by the time our medium and long term plans come to fruition, they will create greater opportunity for human capital development. For example, we are working on the establishment of Niger Delta Development Bank to secure funding for development of the region beyond oil. It will also ensure sustainability of our mega projects. Like one Ambassador said, ‘We are a graveyard of abandoned projects.’ And the reason is frequent change of board. Each time there is a change; there is also a change in policy direction. The moment you have a bank funding those things, the determinable will become different. The second thing we are trying to do is to ring the Niger Delta with fibre optic to deepen internet penetration. The moment you have fast and deep internet, it will challenge the creativity of our young men and women. So, we are looking at those medium terms and long term projects to excite the creativity of our young men and women.

Sun, 11 Mar 2018
espite the promise of prompt passage of the 2018 Appropriation Bill, the National Assembly is yet to communicate its readiness to pass the proposal.

This development, according to a monetary and development economist, Dr Tayo Bello, lecturer in the Department of Private and Property Law, Babcock University, portends a major economic challenge to Nigerians. In this interview, Dr Bello speaks on other problems affecting the nation, including recession and the perennial fuel scarcity in the country.

The 2018 Appropriation Bill has lingered in the National Assembly for more than three months without passage. What is the implication of the perennial delays we have witnessed in budget preparation in recent years?

This government is not a serious government as far as I am concerned. However, whatever the President might have presented as appropriation bill, he has the powers to spend 50 percent of it, pending the time approval will be given by the National Assembly. This has remained a perennial issue. It has occurred before and it is happening again. It is important we understand that the direction the economy faces is shaky. In the area of forex management, they have been managing that on regular basis. In the area of inflation, they are still struggling but still unable to get a single digit. And when you don’t have approval for the passage of the Appropriation Bill, when are you going to spend on capital projects? You don’t really feel the impact of recurrent expenditure on the economy as much as you feel the impact of capital expenditure on the economy. It is capital expenditure that creates expansionary force on the economy. That is when the common man can benefit and get the dividend of democracy.

Sun, 11 Mar 2018
Director General of the Voice of Nigeria (VON) and a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Mr Osita Okechukwu, in this interview, speaks on the crisis of confidence rocking the ruling party at the national and state levels.

He says the party is “working to mend fences and soothe frayed nerves”, adding that in the Middle Belt region, the people are gradually coming to terms with the fact that neither President Muhammadu Buhari nor the leadership of the APC are happy over the bloodletting in the area and its unintended consequences.  He maintains that the APC is not losing sleep over threats from the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), noting that its has been confined to the South-south and South-east zones.

The PDP is said to be working hard to give the APC a good fight in 2019 especially in states where the ruling party is enmeshed in crisis. You have always wished away their chances in 2019 but your party isn’t helping matters with the way things are going. Do you still maintain your position or you have started nursing fears like some other chieftains of your party have openly done?

  Let me restate that our sister political party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), is now a regional party, confined to the South-south and South-east. Forget the sound and furry, it is even losing in the South-east, where a lot of people are coming to the reality that the zoning convention gave Ndigbo the fastest route to the presidency with President Muhammadu Buhari’s victory. Ndigbo are saying that constitutionally, Buhari is the only northerner who has only four years left in his tenure, that if another northerner wins, he will naturally clamour for eight good years. This is real politick.  Yes, our great party, the APC and by extension our government, has made some mistakes and some unforced errors; there is no doubt about that. I can’t come here and say all is roses; that will be arrant nonsense.

Sun, 11 Mar 2018
uper Eagles forward, Kelechi Iheancho yesterday sent a warning shot to Serbia and Poland as he fired Leicester City to victory against West Brom.

Iheanacho, listed in the 28 – man squad to battle Poland and Serbia in pre-FIFA World Cup friendly matches later this month, regained his scoring form after a long barren spell in the 4-1 drubbing of West Brown at Hawthorns. 

His 76th minute goal, his first Premier League goal for the Foxes is a major boost for the Nigerian international after a difficult start to his Leicester career.

The win was Leicester City’s first in 11 EPL games.     

Meanwhile, Claude Puel says Wilfred Ndidi deserves to be named Leicester City best player after his outstanding performances for the club this season.

Ndidi, 21, joined Leicester City last January, made his 30th EPL start of the season for Leicester in the win and bagged a yellow card in the 73rd minute.

“Since the beginning of the season, Wilfred is the most consistent player because he plays well, he recovers a lot of balls and he deserves to be the best,” Puel stated in an interview with Leicester Mercury.

“He’s improved a lot; he continues to work with good spirit in the training sessions, and is always correct.

Sun, 11 Mar 2018
Jose Mourinho slammed criticism of Manchester United’s cautious approach in their 2-1 win over bitter rivals Liverpool on Saturday.

Mourinho’s second placed side moved five points clear of Liverpool in the Premier League thanks to Marcus Rashford’s first half double at Old Trafford.

Liverpool dominated possession as United sat back for long periods and Eric Bailly’s second half own goal set up a tense finish.

But United stuck to Mourinho’s conservative game-plan to clinch the points and the Portuguese coach was in typically defiant mood when asked about the defensive tactics.

“If people don’t think we deserved it, I don’t care,” Mourinho said.

“I am a bit tired, we have a match on Tuesday. I don’t care what people say. The boys are happy, I’m happy.”

Mourinho insisted United had been rewarded for taking their chances in the first half and he was happy with the way his players soaked up the pressure after the interval.

“We can split the halves. United first half and Liverpool second but in my opinion our first half was a half with goals and danger,” he said.

“In the second half – in my opinion, and probably the people in the studio have a different opinion – was Liverpool controlling with the ball and United controlling without the ball.

Sun, 11 Mar 2018
Serbia National Team coach Mladen Krstajic has announced a 24-player roster for his side’s upcoming friendlies against Nigeria on March 27.

This announcement from Serbia is coming a day after Poland named highly rated Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski, Juventus goalkeeper Wojeiech Szczeshny and 19 others for 1the much anticipated international friendly.

Heading the squad is Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic, part of a four-man British-based contingent that also includes Marko Grujic (Cardiff), Dusan Tadic (Southampton) and Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham).

The influential ex-Manchester City left-back now at Roma, Aleksandar Kolarov, has also been invited, and could face his old teammate at The Citizens Kelechi Iheanacho, who has been named to the Nigerian roster.

Eddy Onazi would be looking forward to meeting his former teammate at Lazio, Sergei Milinkovic-Savic, while Torino’s Adem Ljajic also made the squad list.

27-year-old Red Star Belgrade central defender Vujadin Savic is in line to make his international debut for Serbia in one of the games against the African countries as he has been handed a maiden call-up to the senior team.

Nigeria face Serbia at the Hive Stadium in London four days after their friendly against Poland.

Serbia Squad

Goalkeepers (3): Vladimir Stojkovic (Partizan), Predrag Rajkovic (Maccabi), Marko Dmitrovic (Eibar);

Sun, 11 Mar 2018
Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab claim that their investigation has revealed that hackers behind the “Olympic Destroyer” attack at last month’s Opening Ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games here used duplicated software to cover their tracks.

The Olympic Destroyer hack took down WiFi during the Ceremony at Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium on February 9 and also affected several broadcasts of the event by knocking out television screens.

Additionally, it affected the Pyeongchang 2018 websites, leaving fans unable to print tickets or view results of events.

Kaspersky claim the Olympic Destroyer was a network worm launched to infect the servers of Pyeongchang 2018.

The worm was then able to steal passwords from infected computers, allowing it to shut down the systems.

Since the Opening Ceremony, various rumours about who was behind the attack have been circulating with suspicions falling on North Korean, Russian and Chinese hackers.

North Korea were said to be spying on the Pyeongchang 2018 computers before the Games even started and the frosty relations between North and South Korea an obvious motive.

The motive behind a Russian attack is also clear given the team’s controversial ban from the Olympics for doping violations.

Although the motives behind a Chinese-based attack are unclear, Chinese hackers were suspected after similarities were drawn between the Olympic Destroyer and malware previously used by Chinese attackers.

Interestingly, however, Kaspersky point out that the Olympic Destroyer was a relatively mild hack, making the real motive behind the attack unclear.

Kaspersky say that their initial investigations also led to North Korea and, more specifically, the Lazarus Group, who are backed by the North Korean state, after their researchers found traces of Lazarus’ digital fingerprints in the hack.

Sun, 11 Mar 2018
Maria Sharapova has 'mutually agreed' to part company with her coach of four years, Sven Groeneveld. 

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Super Eagles might not be regarded as one of the favourites at the 2018 World Cup, but national team 

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Monica Iheakam Super Eagles invitee Junior Ajayi has been named the best foreign player in the Egyptian 

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British number one Johanna Konta suffered a shock straight-set defeat by 18-year-old Marketa Vondrousova 

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Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder could both box on a 'semi-final' card this summer before facing 

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Barcelona are no longer believed to be interested in a deal for Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin, according 

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Rose Ejembi, Makurdi Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has expressed sadness over the gruesome murder 

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PDP dead, buried Agagu Madugba, Katsina Apparently overwhelmed by a mammoth crowd of the All 

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Ndubuisi Orji, Abuja Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday called on the military not to allow itself 

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Prominent politician denies complicity in the murder Aloysius Attah, Onitsha Until he was murdered 

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