NIGERIA NEWSPAPERS: TODAY'S THE DAILY SUN NEWSPAPER HEADLINES [8TH APRIL, 2018].


Below are the headlines found on The Daily Sun Online Newspaper for today, Saturday,  8th April, 2017.

Sun, 08 Apr 2018
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has vowed to actualise a state of Biafra, saying that not even the emergence of a Nigeria President of Igbo extraction would stop the Biafra agitation and eventual restoration. 

The group’s Media and Publicity Secretary of IPOB, Comrade Emma Powerful, in this interview with Sunday Sun also disclosed that IPOB is resolute in its quest for a referendum that would lead to the restoration of Biafra.  He said that Nigeria would witness a massive boycott of the 2019 general elections if President Muhammadu Buhari emerges the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC).  He also spoke on other issues, including the whereabouts of IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu. Excerpts:

IPOB has been agitating for a sovereign state of Biafra, if an Igbo man emerges as Nigeria’s president, will that change the quest for this your Biafra campaign?

 We have crossed the point of no return. If they like let them give an Igbo grand-mother or Ibibio woman the presidency for 10 consecutive terms, it won’t change anything. They can pave every road in Biafraland with gold, still nothing and we mean nothing, will ever alter our resolve. Our mind is made up and firmly set in stone. Whatever outcome we are confronted with after the referendum, we have to live with it. The people of Biafra will decide in a referendum, not a few compromised and dirty politicians negotiating our future away in the name of restructuring Nigeria. IPOB is not like anything Africa has ever seen before. We are uncompromising in our quest to restore Biafra and that is the only outcome acceptable to us.


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 How can you achieve this without your leader, Kanu?

 You conveniently forgot to mention that a detachment of Nigerian Army stormed his home and killed him or took him away. When people say he is nowhere to be found, it is either they are gifted with ignorance or their faculties are not entirely intact. If the United States were to invade Nigeria and in the process storm Aso Rock to take Buhari away, would you say he is nowhere to be found? Sensible people will say, ask the US because they invaded his residence. This is not complicated philosophy but simple common sense. People should apply their thinking faculties when evaluating the impact of the full military invasion and massacre of 28 people that took place at the residence of our leader on September 14, 2017. We are a well-oiled machine that can function perfectly well with or without our mentor and leader because the blueprint he himself laid down is what we are following. Mazi Uche Mefor is our Deputy Leader and with the support of the Directorate of State (DOS) of the Indigenous People of Biafra under the able leadership of Mazi Chika Edoziem, our modus operandi remain intact as laid down by our supreme leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. Our Deputy Leader and DOS oversee the day-to-day operations of our global movement in the absence of our leader. We are following the philosophy of our leader which no doubt is guiding us towards our singular goal of Biafra restoration in the not too distant future.

 What do you know about the whereabouts of your leader, Nnamdi Kanu, can you convince Nigerians that IPOB leadership does not know where he is?

 Our ongoing efforts to compel the Fulani government of Buhari to produce our leader are gathering momentum and will become more direct very soon. The recent Amnesty International report on the activities of Nigerian Army for the year 2017 made it clear that at least 12 people were shot dead by soldiers that invaded the home of our leader in Umuahia on the 14th of September 2017. This is a verifiable fact. We still don’t know how they came up with the figure 12 when they saw 28 bodies. Even in their legal defence, the army acknowledged going to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s home to look for him. Any right thinking society will not need further convincing that Nigerian Army is culpable in the disappearance of our leader. Short of picking up arms, anything and everything will be done by the global family of IPOB to force the Buhari regime to produce our leader sooner rather than later because they invaded his residence and killed 28 of our people who were there with him on that fateful day of 14 September 2017. Since that invasion, he has not been seen and evidence of gunshots in his bedroom indicates the army shot at him. Why is the extensive gunshot damage to his bedroom not being reported? The live footage of the invasion abounds and was widely reported at the time. It is not the duty of IPOB to convince the public; that responsibility lies with the media to publish the facts of the matter and allow the people to draw their own conclusions. It is your duty and that of every responsible media outlet to inform the world, not just those that reside in Nigeria regarding what truly transpired when the Nigerian Army invaded the home of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu with lethal force. The most logical question to ask is: why did the army invade his home with lethal force if the purpose was not to kill him? He was out on bail preparing to go to court on October 17, 2017 with no outstanding warrant against him and the next thing we saw was Nigerian soldiers storming his home a full month before he was due in court. They killed 28 people, arrested countless others, with the whereabouts of our leader unknown. Under such circumstance, would it not be sensible to think that the army must have killed him? We don’t need to convince anybody that we are unaware of our leader’s whereabouts; all we need to do as we are doing is present the facts of the matter as they are. Any impartial observer of the treatment of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his parents will reach the inescapable conclusion that the Nigerian Army must have killed or abducted him. To suggest otherwise will mean that the army is a law unto themselves which will confirm that Nigeria is a bona fide banana republic. After all, no court of law in Nigeria gave the army the go ahead to invade his home.

 Since Kanu disappeared, it appears the influence of your group has drastically been reduced in the South-East?


 
 First of all, we must correct this misleading impression that our leader simply disappeared. He is not a ghost and although he is a super naturally gifted individual, going by his predictions, we know he is still mortal and could not have grown wings and flown when the army invaded his home and attacked him in his bedroom. Secondly, anybody peddling the myth that IPOB influence has waned is only doing so to impress his or her paymasters in Aso Rock. The name IPOB has become a lucrative source of income for idle minds and government informants in Ohanaeze Ndigbo looking for money and South-east governors seeking re-election. Every man, woman and child across South-east and South-south is IPOB. So rather than diminishing, our influence
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is growing daily from strength to strength. We are still holding rallies all over our towns and villages, but we remain conscious of the fact that nobody can command media attention and large following the way our leader does, so it is impossible to replicate the large crowds that turn out to welcome him on his tours. If you are expecting millions to march on the streets on a daily basis when we evangelize then you will be disappointed because we have different approaches and strategies. In the run up to our referendum this year, the world will witness something totally unexpected and unique. It must be stated that Operation Python Dance II was initiated by the President General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief Nnia Nwodo and the South-east governors to diminish the rising popularity of Nnamdi Kanu. It was borne out of greed, envy and jealousy and nothing more. The only thing they accomplished was to finally expose themselves for the sabotuers that they are. Hence our resolve that Ohanaeze Ndigbo will never successfully hold any public gathering in Biafraland unless the topic under discussion is self-determination.

Sun, 08 Apr 2018
As the controversy surrounding the list of alleged looters of the treasury recently released by the Federal Government continues to rage, some senior lawyers in the country have expressed divergent opinions over the constitutionality of the action.

In separate interviews with Sunday Sun, some of the lawyers threw their weight behind the Federal Government’s action, while others condemned the move, describing it as not only a display of maximum disrespect for the rule of law and the judicial process, but also diversionary tactics deployed by the government to becloud its failures.

  The Federal Government had last Sunday released a list containing 23 names of alleged looters. The 23 names were in addition to an earlier list released penultimate Friday by the government also containing the list of alleged looters, which included the incumbent National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Uche Secondus and five others.

  Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, who released the list, had noted that it was based on verifiable facts, including the amount involved, the date the amount was collected and from where it was taken.

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  Speaking with Sunday Sun, however, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Chief Mike Ozekhome, faulted the Federal Government’s action, saying it is targeted at getting the judiciary to acquiesce to the executive in the trial of the accused persons.

  “In any case, many of these people whose names were contained in the list already have their cases in court. These are people that the same government filed charges against and they have not been able to prove any of the charges, some of them going to three years now. It is the same government through the EFCC, ICPC or police that is always asking for adjournment. So, what they are trying to do by doing this is to acquiesce the judiciary by painting the people corrupt so that the judge will say, ‘well, the executive has already said the people are corrupt so let us find a way to jail them at all costs.’

“So, it shows that they have maximum disrespect for the rule of law and for the judicial process, which they themselves indicated has commenced. But we are going to take some actions against Lai Mohammed and the Federal Government. Some of them will be contempt proceedings and some will be defamation action, because until a court of law proves a person guilty, you can never call him a looter as they have done to many Nigerians,” Ozekhome said.

  Ozekhome came down hard on the Federal Government alleging that it was waging a selective war against corruption that is meant to divert the attention of Nigerians from its failures.  He said: “Everything they have done is what we call red herring, a diversionary tactics to divert the attention of suffering Nigerians from the woeful failure of this government. This government has failed on all indices; it’s a government that has made deep corruption its cradle rather than anti-corruption. This is the most corrupt government in Nigeria since the Lugardian amalgamation on January 1, 1914. This government has encouraged insecurity; a government that sponsors the kidnap of its own citizens just to make a point of being able to get the same citizens released but after the payment of ransom; a government that does not obey court orders and the rule of law; a government that approves the expenditure of $1 billion from the Excess Crude Account (ECA), the same ECA which one of their promoters had gone to court against about four years ago and it was declared illegal. But the government is approving the expenditure of $1 billion from it supposedly to fight Boko Haram, which they said they had defeated since December 2015, without any appropriation by the National Assembly.

  “Under Sections 58 and 59 of the Constitution, only the National Assembly can appropriate the expenditure of money paid into the federation account under Section 162 of the constitution. So, what the government is telling us is that they want to spend an average of N1 billion everyday for the next one year, which is $1 billion to fight Boko Haram that they said they had defeated. This is a government that has failed on everything including the economy, where Nigeria’s economy today is in shamble. Both the World Bank and the IMF have rated the economy as nose-diving and the Transparency International has rated Nigeria as being one of the most corrupt countries in the world today.”

  He maintained that what the Federal Government has done “is to try to divert attention by talking about alleged loot from the coffers of the federation by their opponents.


 
  “But they did not name a single of their kitchen members, including some of their ministers who had been indicted in their states by judicial commissions of inquiry. They did not name the former Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Babachir Lawal, who was indicted by a panel set up by the president himself and headed by the vice president. They could not see anything wrong with all the other scandals like the Mainagate, Barugate and the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) gate. That is why the list they released is a laughable one that nobody in the country has believed. Go online and you will see that everybody is laughing at the government because they have not removed the log from their eyes.”

  On his part, the Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee on Anti-Corruption (PACAC), Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN), stated that the Federal Government acted within the ambits of the law, stressing that the government reserves the constitutional right to accuse those whose names were contained in the list of looting the treasury.

  “The principle that says that somebody is presumed innocent until proved guilty doesn’t affect the right of any other person to accuse another person of being a looter, yes! So, that’s not affected that principle. The person who is calling him a looter is not calling him at a trial; he is making a statement of fact,” he said. 

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Sun, 08 Apr 2018
The Minister of Women Affairs during the administration of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, Hayiya Aisha Ismail, has been lying low since that regime ended. However, she has kept herself busy with family issues.

In this interview, she talks about her days as minister, life after public service, Northern women and politics, Nigerian’s faulty leadership recruitment process, Buhari’s administration and the anti-graft war, rapping the National Assembly.

How has life been with you being out of power and leadership. What is happening? We have heard less and less from you?

Well, not much is happening with me. Somehow, I have had to work very hard in the days after my stewardship. I have been working hard to see that my children complete their education, and also get some of them married. Doing all these took a lot of my time. You can see that it is only now that I am trying to repair my house. I bought this house in 1995.  So, I haven’t done much. I have been trying to make money too. I haven’t been successful at doing that, but I pray that this year, I would be able to breakthrough.

What has it been like now that you are out of government? 

There is a difference between men in government and women in government. When men get into power, they find it very difficult it to get out of power and it is such a huge impact on them when they leave power. But for women in power, you know that we left so many things behind to come to power – children affairs, social affairs and even wedding affairs. Once you finish the public service or political appointment, you seamlessly go back into your social affairs. It depends on what you like. You can join politics at the women level if you like, you can try business. Leaving public service does not impact so much negatively on us (women). Honestly, I don’t think that since I left office, I have had instances to be unhappy about that. I find that I don’t miss being in office. I think that it was actually a relief. Because, being in government, I was working like an engine. You are working like an engine, stretched to your full capacity all the time. You just keep going. And when you stop, it is just like a break or relief. Yes, you get disoriented a little, but after sometime, you pick up where you stopped before taking up the public office and you just continue.

Are you saying that leaving public office has been a relief?

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It was a relief for me honestly. Because after sometime, that is why I find it difficult to understand when people are fighting so hard to be in power. You can’t do it for so long, it tasks you. Unless you are not doing it correctly, unless you are serving yourself, it becomes a different issue. But if you are serving the people, after sometime, it becomes so tasking. You can’t sleep properly, you can’t socialize properly; so many things you would want to do are suspended. That is the reality of public service.

Are you, therefore, suggesting that in the light of these experiences, less women should take public position?

No, I will rather suggest that more women should go into government because they do not get disturbed like the men. It doesn’t become a matter of life and death for them like it is to the men in public office. In fact, I would recommend more women, because for them, they can do it and leave it with ease. Not like the men. There is no much tension in their lives. They can do it and get out and go and face other things and still live a very healthy life. Watch men that have been in public life. Watch them after two years of leaving office, they look so dilapidated and finished. Because, I think they get so attached to the power and the glory and they cannot think of any other life after power. But there is a limit to how long you can be in public life. And if only the men would recognize that, may be it would reduce the huge ego that exists among Nigerian elite, who are in position of power. You see it (power) as something that you would come and go, and you are conscious of going even while you are serving.

You worked with former President Olusegun Obasanjo. From your experience, speak a bit about him. Also, what are your high points in public service?

You see, the funny thing is that Nigerians have this way of elevating their leaders when they are in power and castigating their leaders when they are out of power. I think we have to start looking at everybody. What he has done well, we appreciate it and what he has done badly we make a point so that the next one does not do it. There were things that Obasanjo did that were good and there were things that he did that were not good. One of the things I think that Nigerians have not realized or given Obasanjo credit for is that Obasanjo got us 65 per cent of the Gulf of Guinea. Now, Gulf of Guinea is a seat of the biggest reserves of gas in the world. And we all know that with the climate change that is happening now, definitely the use of fossil fuel in technology is going to be reduced. We don’t have a choice and the consequence of not seeing this is so great on mankind. What is the next frontier? All the talks about electric cars and all that you could have that. But the next frontier is gas. And fortunately for Nigeria, we gained when fossil fuel is used for technology and we are going to gain when it becomes the turn of gas to come into use. It means that later industrialization and technology would revert to another source of life and that source is gas. He, Obasanjo, did good on so many grounds, but he later tried to spoil them by attempting to extend his tenure in office. But all leaders are like that and most of the time, the leaders are just a reflection of the people they lead.

If I get it right, you are saying that Obasanjo has not been accorded his due position in history by Nigerians?

I am even trying to say for others too. There are some leaders that are really bad and so we might have to try and weed and weed and weed to get some of the good points in them. When Abacha was in power, I was one of those people that were really out fighting the regime. I remember coming home crying, telling my mum that I might be arrested any day because we would go to Lagos and on tours fighting the regime. But even Abacha when you weed, you will find some good things that happened during his time. So, what I am saying is that our leaders reflect us. So, we have to try and appreciate some of the good things that they have done. You cannot get a totally bad leader unless he comes with a concept like Hitler – that is a different thing you know, somebody that came to eliminate other human beings. Leaders have some good points and certainly have some bad points. Let us appreciate the good point and then make sure we learn from the bad points and direct our future leaders not to repeat the bad points.

One of the problems Obasanjo left, beside the Third Term, is his huge ego. And all the presidents that have followed after him with the exception of maybe Umaru Yar-Adua (he died too early so we would never know) all of them have such a big, huge ego and I think that one of the main problems of leadership in Nigeria is the ego thing. You come to power and you think that you are the best and nobody is like you and you gather yourself a bunch of idiots and they keep telling you that you are the best and without you, there would be no Nigeria, the country Nigeria would crumble and all sorts of things. And the ego keeps getting inflated until you start thinking that you are Nigeria, that you are synonymous with Nigeria. That is a huge mistake. And then you start deviating, you stop working for the people and you start working for yourself. That has been our problem for long.

What then do you think is the solution? Some people have identified the fact that the process of political recruitment in Nigeria is faulty. Is it?

It is not only faulty, but it is a disaster. The way we recruit our leadership is a disaster. You allow people come and muscle you as the electorate and you do their bidding. Somebody comes to molest you with his money, he uses everything to molest you – money, thugs and criminals to harass you and you end up voting him and he has no allegiance to you as a people. 

Sun, 08 Apr 2018
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