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Killer’ Vaccine: Another plan to crush South East -MASSOB

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Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), yesterday described the free medical outreach embarked upon
by the Nigerian Army in some states in the south-east as operation python death.

There were rumours around the south-east on Wednesday that the Army was administrating vaccines on students, pupils, pregnant women and old ones which allegedly caused the death of some pupils.

Many parents hurriedly withdrew their children and wards from schools to avoid receiving the said ‘killer’  vaccines.

Many students also fled from their schools on receiving the rumour of the ‘killer vaccines’.

In a statement issued in Abakaliki yesterday on the free medical services embarked upon by the Nigeria Army, MASSOB leader Comrade
Uchenna Madu condemned the medical outreach.

The statement reads  “MASSOB condemned the forceful immunization and administration of unknown drugs to Biafra children by medical
personnel of Nigeria Army which led to the unconfirmed death of about three children in Ozubulu, Ekwusigo LGA, Anambra state.

“ We see this camouflaged medical humanitarian services of Nigeria Army as another dimensional step to cause the annihilation of the people of Biafra. This Nigeria military annihilation exercise can be described as “Operation Python Death”.

“The unfortunate incident at Ozubulu that snowballed into ” Oso Abiola ( Safety Run) has opened the eyes Igbo doubting Thomases that
Buhari led Hausa Fulani Islamic agenda against the Christian dominated Biafra land is real.

“MASSOB through our intelligence agency has confirmed that the source of the immunization drugs was brought from Iran without the
due process of clearing of imported goods, our intelligence report also proved that NAFDAC was sidelined before administration of the
killer poison. The poisonous substances administered  in Ozubulu is outrightly different from the medical drugs administered in Nkwegwu,
Isukwuato and Mbaise. This is a biological warfare waged against our people by Nigeria state.

“The level of hatred President Buhari and his kinsmen displayed using the instruments of Nigeria state and primitive services of the security agents against the people of Biafra because of the emergence of Biafra can lead them to undescribable acts that will reduce our intimidating population.

“ MASSOB wondered why an establishment geared towards total and open extrajudicial killings of armless and non-violence Biafrans,
intimidating Igbo leadership, terrorizing our people and villages through their Fulani herdsmen and subjecting our economic fortunes to
Will nothingness suddenly avail themselves as our medical and humanitarian Messiahs?

“MASSOB also wish to reaffirm our unshaken belief and resolute consistency on the actualization and restoration of ancient kingdom of
Biafra through non-violence. Hausa Fulani frustrating and intimidating approach towards Biafra revolutionary struggle will never deter our
self-determination movement to freedom”.

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Obasanjo, Jonathan, Dickson harp on true reconciliation, unity

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Former Presidents, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan and Bayelsa State Governor, Seriake Dickson, at the yesterday reaffirmed their call on Nigerians to embrace peace and unity for the good of the country. The leaders spoke during a thanksgiving service for the successful groundbreaking ceremony of Azikel Refinery at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, Otuoke, Ogbia Local Government Area of the state.

A statement signed by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr. Francis Ottah Agbo, quoted Obasanjo as saying that leaders, particularly the political class, must work for unity, peace and genuine reconciliation, irrespective of tribe, religion and political affiliation. Obasanjo, who heralded his speech with one of his favourite hymns; ‘Amazing Grace,’ noted that God had blessed Nigeria with all the prerequisites of greatness. He urged Nigerians to learn from history rather than make the same mistakes and expect to have a different result.

He said: “In a country like Nigeria, unless we preach, teach and practice reconciliation, we will not have peace. And unless, we have peace, we will not have development. And unless, we have development, we will not have growth. “And without growth, we will not come out of poverty. Even if some of us are exceptionally lucky and are able to get out, majority of us will be writhing in poverty and that’s not what God ordained for this country.

“This nation is a land flowing with milk and honey and a land of plenty and prosperity.” In his remarks, former President Jonathan, who corroborated the views of Obasanjo, said God had not made a mistake by bringing people of diverse culture and religion together as a nation. Jonathan, therefore, expressed optimism of a better Nigeria in the near future, stressing that the country was not as bad as it was being portrayed in some sections of the media. Also, Governor Dickson, who appreciated Obasanjo for his time in the state and his fatherly counsel, assured the people that the state would continue to hold him in high esteem for his support.

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Onaiyekan to Buhari: You’re not delivering on your promises

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The Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, John Cardinal Onaiyekan, yesterday, yesterday told President Muhammadu Buhari that the change he promised Nigerians was becoming a mirage. Onaiyekan, who delivered a homily at the opening Mass of the first 2018 plenary of the Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria (CBCN), also told the president that Nigerians deserved more than they were getting from him. He therefore called on Nigerians to use the 2019 election to effect a radical change for the betterment of the country.

He argued that in the last three years, Nigerians have been hearing much about change, but have seen rather little of it. He said: “Yes, our nation is in a state of uncertainty and confusion. A few things are going well in the society and the economy for which we thank God and congratulate our leaders.

They tell us that they are doing their best. But a lot still needs to be done and too many problems have been left to fester. Our nation surely deserves far better than it is now getting in terms of good governance, social justice and peace and minimum of well being for our people.”

The former President of CAN said so far, government has spent so much time and energy demonizing its predecessor that it seemed to have forgotten its promise of a better life for Nigerians. He added:“It has unfortunately allowed the initial massive goodwill it enjoyed to be depleted, almost to nonexistence.

It is no wonder that many Nigerians are looking for a new political organization that can truly bring about genuine change for the better. Having tried our two major political parties and found none of them up to our expectation, the nation is on the verge of despair….” “Another election is fast approaching.

We must seize this God-given opportunity to radically change things around. We should no longer allow politics to remain business as usual in the hands of the same gang of speculators and opportunists. We must change the rule of the game, not the faces of the players.” However, Buhari, who was represented by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha, said the CBCN was the only Christian platform that gave the president a listening ear prior to the 2015 presidential election. Mustapha added that the president believed that the CBCN was a strategic partner in building the nation, even as he noted that the CBCN have a lot to offer the nation.

“And for that reason, he remains eternally grateful. And I remember at that engagement, they asked very pertinent questions – direct, bullets to the face. And he provided answers. And because of that reason, he believes that the Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria is a strategic partner in the enterprise of growing the Nigeria nation and he believes that they have a lot to offer,” Mustapha said. Also speaking, a former Governor of Abia State, Dr Orji Uzor Kalu, maintained that the current administration has done well, particularly in the area of infrastructural development.

Kalu particularly mentioned the Second Niger Bridge; Enugu-Onitsha Expressway; Enugu-Port Harcourt- Okigwe; Aba-Umuahia Expressway, while also saying that the president is doing everything within his power to salvage the economy. Speaking with journalists, Kalu prayed for the good of the country and wished Nigerians well, that they can enjoy the dividends of democracy. “This is not media hype. I am not a spokesman for the president. Everybody knows that I speak the truth. APC have done very well

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IBB to PDP: Provide a better choice for Nigerians

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Former Military President, General Ibrahim Babangida, has charged the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to be ready to provide a better choice to Nigerians in 2019. This is as the PDP National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus, said that the party is set for its eventual return to power in 2019. Babangida and Secondus, who spoke over the weekend, said Nigerians were happy with the rebranding and repositioning going on in PDP.

The former military president, who spoke when members of PDP National Working Committee (NWC) visited him in Minna, the Niger State capital, expressed satisfaction with the rebranding so far achieved by the PDP ahead of the 2019 general elections. “I am happy at your assurances that there will be no imposition in all your primary elections.

It is all about choice and you have promised to provide the best choice,” PDP National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, quoted Babangida in a statement. Babangida told the PDP leadership that not a few Nigerians believed that the elective national convention of the party would hold. “Your ‘reposition, rebrand and regain’ agenda is working and I mean particularly the rebranding.

Some people believed that having been in government since 1999, the PDP will find opposition difficult, but you are carrying on well and providing a better alternative. “You have also not abandoned the people in times of crisis. I monitored your activities in Benue, Taraba and you just said your party has sent members to Zamfara to commiserate with the people. Surely you have made the people the centre of your return and they will not forget you because you were with them in time of sorrow,” he said.

At a meeting with Forum of Speakers of PDPcontrolled state Houses of Assembly, Secondus assured them that what would come out of the reengineering going in the party would make it a formidable opposition ready and determined to regain power in 2019. In a statement by his media aide, Ike Abonyi, the PDP National Chairman noted that many Nigerians were anxiously waiting for PDP’s return to power.

“Our visits to states reveal that only PDP governors are delivering in their campaign promises and their people are happy and supportive. “In Abia, Delta and Bayelsa states where we visited recently, PDP governors are phenomenal in their performance. No wonder the people are trooping back to the party from the wobbling ruling APC,” Secondus said.

He told the speakers that their position is very critical to the mobilization programmes of the party because of their closeness to the grassroots, and urged them to “remain connected to your people because we are taking the party back to the real owners, the people at the grassroots where you are closer.”

The National Chairman told the speakers that the party is planning a deliberate policy that would take the party to the youth through a new programme called “Generation Next” that would soon be launched and called on the speakers to key into it as most of them belong to that generation. He lamented the killings and economic hardships, which Nigerians contend with on daily basis, stressing that “our country has never witnessed the type of division our people are currently facing.

“Today, our nation is drifting and as leaders (we) cannot afford to keep quiet and watch on the sides. Leaders must come together and take a firm position on how to save our nation from the precipice. “PDP remains the only alternative platform based on our experience more so because we have learnt our lessons. We have resolved to play by the rules and operate within the confines of our party’s and the Nigerian constitution.

“We are rebranding and repositioning to make our party open to all and regain the land for the people. We are determined to give opportunities to the youth and our women. We also want to mentor a new generation of young Nigerians that will take our nation to the next millennium,” Secondus said.

Earlier, the Chairman of PDP State Speakers’ Forum, Sheriff Oborevworio, told Secondus that they came to congratulate and identify with the new party executive. Oborevworio, who is the Speaker of Delta State House Assembly, said speakers were ready at all time to assist the party in its efforts to regain power in 2019.

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