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« Reply #25 on: September 17, 2008, 10:31:32 AM »
Gombe state: Taking agriculture beyond lip service
By Ephraim Sale
Nigeria?s rural inhabitants depend predominantly on agriculture for sustenance and income generation.  However, since the discovery of oil, agriculture has been in rapid decline, thereby making food security issue an urgent priority.  With the neglect that agriculture has suffered, rural unemployment and poverty have been rising to alarming extent.
Worse still, successive administrations in the country have compounded the problem by not giving agriculture significant budgetary allocation.  Such myopic attitude to agriculture has long term consequences which may not appear so obvious to our leaders at the moment.  Over dependence on oil has created a false sense of security in the minds of our leaders.  They tend to forget that it is fatal illusion to imagine that oil can be a reliable substitute for survival.  While Europe and America are spending billions as agriculture subsidies to bolster their farmers, our local politicians appear to be paying lip service to agriculture.
Thousands of our able?bodie men and women are rushing to the cities in search of better life because agriculture, which should have been a source of income for them, is in decline.  No sincere nation should ignore this ominous signal in the future of agriculture.  The farmer is the life of the nation and official apathy to agriculture tends to kill the hope and future of the farmers.
However, one remarkable politician trying to make a difference in this regard is Alhaji Danjuma Goje of Gombe State.  His administration has introduced bold policies to resuscitate agriculture.  Majority of the people of the state depend on agriculture as a source of income and the Goje administration is strengthening their hands in this regard.  In order to avoid the mistakes of the past, the Gombe State Government has taken adequate measures to rescue agriculture from collapse.
As part of this commitment, more than thirty-four farm service centres have been renovated and rehabilitate in the state.  The purchase of twenty-nine new tractors for distribution to all the local governments of Gombe State demonstrates the level of seriousness the Goje administration attaches to agriculture.  These tractors are made available for hiring purposes by the farmers.  In addition, more than twenty broken down tractors have been repaired and not back to use.
Fertilizer distribution is attended by controversy in Nigeria because the genuine farmers are cut off by middlemen and other opportunists that corner the fertilizers.  Conscious of this threat to the farmers, the Goje administration has taken adequate measures to ensure the commodity goes to the right people.  Annually, the Gombe State government procures more than thirty-five thousand metric tons of assorted fertilizers for distribution throughout the local government areas of the state.  Though the fertilizers cost the government a lot, it offers them to farmers at 50 percent subsidized rates.  In fact, this is one of the lowest rates any government can offer.

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« Reply #28 on: September 18, 2008, 09:56:13 AM »
Air pollution harms patients after heart attack

TINY particles in air pollution can harm people with coronary artery disease by crippling the ability of the heart to conduct electrical signals, Harvard University, United States, researchers report.

Pollution from cars and trucks and industrial plants has been shown to trigger heart attacks, but exactly how it does that hasn't been well-known, researchers say.

"We found that elevation in fine particles from non-traffic as well as traffic sources and black carbon, a marker for traffic, predicted depression ST-segment levels," said lead researcher Dr.  Diane R.  Gold, an associate professor of medicine and environmental health.  "Effects were greatest within the first month after hospitalisation and for patients with heart attack during hospitalisation or with diabetes. "

The report is published in the September 9 online edition of Circulation.

For the study, Gold's team collected data on 48 patients from the Boston area with coronary artery disease.  The researchers monitored the patients for 24 hours using portable electrocardiograph machines looking for changes in the electrical conductivity of the heart called ST-segment depression.  This dysrhythmia can indicate inadequate blood flow to the heart or inflammation of the heart muscle.

All patients had been hospitalised for heart attack, unstable angina or worsening symptoms of coronary artery disease.  Forty per cent had suffered heart attacks, and 25 per cent had diabetes.

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Air pollution harms patients after heart attack
By Ephraim Sale
TINY particles in air pollution can harm people with coronary artery disease by crippling the ability of the heart to conduct electrical signals, Harvard University, United States, researchers report.

Pollution from cars and trucks and industrial plants has been shown to trigger heart attacks, but exactly how it does that hasn't been well-known, researchers say.

"We found that elevation in fine particles from non-traffic as well as traffic sources and black carbon, a marker for traffic, predicted depression ST-segment levels," said lead researcher Dr.  Diane R.  Gold, an associate professor of medicine and environmental health.  "Effects were greatest within the first month after hospitalisation and for patients with heart attack during hospitalisation or with diabetes. "

The report is published in the September 9 online edition of Circulation.

For the study, Gold's team collected data on 48 patients from the Boston area with coronary artery disease.  The researchers monitored the patients for 24 hours using portable electrocardiograph machines looking for changes in the electrical conductivity of the heart called ST-segment depression.  This dysrhythmia can indicate inadequate blood flow to the heart or inflammation of the heart muscle.

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« Reply #31 on: September 19, 2008, 11:39:26 AM »
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The detained super polygamist Alhaji Bello Abubakar Masaba?s  86 wives yesterday staged a noisy protest at the premises Niger State Ministry of Justice and demanded for the immediate release of their embattled husband.  Masaba, who has been detained at the Minna Prison since Monday, is standing trial before the Upper Sharia Court, Minna for marrying 86 wives, contrary to the Islamic injunction that limits a man to not more than four.

The women, accompanied by at least 20 of Masaba?s children, raised placards and chanted slogans in solidarity with their husband, who they said committed no crime.

Some of the placards read, ?Our husband is innocent, he is God-sent?, ?What Allah has joined together, let no man put asunder?, ?We are legally married to Baba and we are not complaining. ?

Spokesperson of the Masaba wives Hajiya Hafsat Bello Masaba, who said she was wife number three, said she has been married to Alhaji Bello for over 20 years with four children, adding that the allegations against Masaba were a ploy to bring hardship to a law abiding citizen of Nigeria.

?The judgment at the sharia court is an abuse of justice and the rule of law.  If we are not complaining, and our parents are not complaining, what is the sharia commission or the Etsu Nupe to complain for us??

She added, ?We are happy living together.  Some of the men persecuting Baba today have only two wives, yet their homes are not stable.  Baba has 86 wives and has been able to sustain a peaceful home.  They are simply jealous of his achievements.  They should thank Allah that somebody like Baba lives in their midst.  If not somebody sent by God, do they think it is easy keeping 86 women in one house without fight? Baba does not believe in adultery like many of those fighting him.  You can see we are not hungry, Baba is really taking good care of us, what is Etsu Nupe?s concern in the matter?? Hajiya Hafsat said.

No official of the ministry attended to the protesting women.  The state Acting Solicitor-General and Permanent Secretary, Barrister Ndagi Usman Wali said it would be prejudicial for him to comment or make statement on a matter already in court.  The women, led by one of the sons, Maroof, arrived the ministry in three different vehicles.

Meanwhile, the embattled Alhaji Bello Abubakar Masaba yesterday asked an Abuja Federal High Court to declare that the Sharia Court has no jurisdiction to try him for marrying 86 wives.

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« Reply #32 on: September 22, 2008, 08:37:40 PM »


Hoodlums attack NAFDAC officials in Ondo

Sunday Kudais, Akure

OFFICIALS of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and control NAFDAC in Ondo State were weekend, attacked by suspected thugs during a routine raid of fake and substandard product at Ore market in Odigbo Local Government Area of Ondo State.

The officials according to the state NAFDAC unit head, Mr.  Debo Agbejimi were on their regular routine mop up raid of fake and substandard vegetable oil products that lack vitamin ?A? ingredient at Ore market.

Agbejimi said the officials had successfully mopped-up a 16 seater bus load of fake and substandard vegetable oil at Ore-market, when three drove in two cars, a Nissan red car and a purple, Toyota Camry car double cross the NAFDAC official vehicle.

Leader of the hoodlums, whose name was simply called Babanla was said to have used his car to block the officials but noticing that the NAFDAC officials had left for Ore police station and he beat a retreat to avoid confrontation with security operatives.  He, however, drove to wait the NAFDAC officials at Ore-Benin Expressway.

When the NAFDAC officialswere turning to Akure, the hoodlums started pursuing the officials in their red Nissan car with registration No.  ND879KJA by the hoodlums.

Attempts to stop the NAFDAC officials car along Ore-Ondo road during the hot chase, however, failed at Asewele village area when the police officer in the NAFDAC car warded-off the two men with a horsewhip and threat to deflate their tyre.

The two of the hoodlums, an official of NAFDAC told Daily champion claimed that one of the raided shosp belonged to their wives.

Agbejimi, simply described it as a mere threat, noting that it was one of the usual threats to NAFDAC officials, adding that people involved in illegal business would always want to resist NAFDAC officials.

NAFDAC officials he said would not be deterred by anybody or corporate organization?s threats to riding the Ondo state of fake and substandard products, while he appealing to people to give useful information about people who are bent to flood Ondo State market with fake and substandard products.


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« Reply #33 on: September 24, 2008, 03:41:01 AM »
NCC lifts promo ban on MTN, Zain
 
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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has lifted promotion ban on MTN and Zain. The Commission, in a statement yesterday, advised the operators to maintain acceptable level of compliance to the Key Performance Indicators published by the Commission especially with respect to Traffic Channel Congestion.

The warning followed the lifting of the ban on promotions imposed on MTN and Zain with effect from September 15, 2008.

The Commission had on June 14, 2007, banned promotion on MTN and Zain networks based on unacceptable level of compliance to the Key Performance Indicators on quality of service.

The Commission, in a statement said the lifting of the ban is on the condition that the two operators continue to ?exercise self control and not engage in any promotion that would lead to congestion of the network or deterioration of quality of service generally?.

The NCC said before embarking on any major promotions, all the operators would now be required to submit an impact analysis of such promotions on its network with respect to compliance with Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) as set by the Commission.  They will also be required to state the duration of such promotions.

The Commission said while it is not its intention to micro-manage any operator?s business, it is the primary responsibility of the Commission to protect the consumer and ensure that services are provided at optimum level of quality.



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NCC lifts promo ban on MTN, Zain
 
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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has lifted promotion ban on MTN and Zain.  The Commission, in a statement yesterday, advised the operators to maintain acceptable level of compliance to the Key Performance Indicators published by the Commission especially with respect to Traffic Channel Congestion. 

The warning followed the lifting of the ban on promotions imposed on MTN and Zain with effect from September 15, 2008. 

The Commission had on June 14, 2007, banned promotion on MTN and Zain networks based on unacceptable level of compliance to the Key Performance Indicators on quality of service. 

The Commission, in a statement said the lifting of the ban is on the condition that the two operators continue to ?exercise self control and not engage in any promotion that would lead to congestion of the network or deterioration of quality of service generally?. 

The NCC said before embarking on any major promotions, all the operators would now be required to submit an impact analysis of such promotions on its network with respect to compliance with Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) as set by the Commission.   They will also be required to state the duration of such promotions. 

The Commission said while it is not its intention to micro-manage any operator?s business, it is the primary responsibility of the Commission to protect the consumer and ensure that services are provided at optimum level of quality. 

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Written by Sale Ephraim

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has lifted promotion ban on MTN and Zain.   The Commission, in a statement yesterday, advised the operators to maintain acceptable level of compliance to the Key Performance Indicators published by the Commission especially with respect to Traffic Channel Congestion.  

The warning followed the lifting of the ban on promotions imposed on MTN and Zain with effect from September 15, 2008.  

The Commission had on June 14, 2007, banned promotion on MTN and Zain networks based on unacceptable level of compliance to the Key Performance Indicators on quality of service.  

The Commission, in a statement said the lifting of the ban is on the condition that the two operators continue to ?exercise self control and not engage in any promotion that would lead to congestion of the network or deterioration of quality of service generally?.  

The NCC said before embarking on any major promotions, all the operators would now be required to submit an impact analysis of such promotions on its network with respect to compliance with Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) as set by the Commission.    They will also be required to state the duration of such promotions.  

The Commission said while it is not its intention to micro-manage any operator?s business, it is the primary responsibility of the Commission to protect the consumer and ensure that services are provided at optimum level of quality.  




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« Reply #35 on: September 24, 2008, 05:08:22 AM »

Group Petitions Presidency over Customs Recruitment
By Sale Ephraim
A civil society group, Equal Rights Agenda (ERA), has petitioned President Umaru Musa Yar'Adua over moves by the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS)  to create disparity between universities and polytechnics graduates  in its on-going  recruitment.
The group claimed  that the NCS  has tacitly placed  holders of the Higher National Diploma (HND)  at the Inspectorate cadre, which is lower  than  the Superintendent cadre at which it  placed university graduates.
National Coordinator of  ERA, Mallam Abdulwaheed Makama, in an interaction with newsmen in Abuja, described the move as unfortunate  and an attempt to re-instate a negative policy   which  the Federal Government through the Federal Ministry of Education had abolished.  Quoting portions  of a recent advertisement published on the website  of the Nigeria Customs, ERA  said the discriminatory policy  contravened  existing establishment and recruitment policy  in the country  and a negation of the rule of law.
Makama  said  detailed  investigations which his group  conducted recently at the Establishment office of the Office of the Head  of the Civil Service of the Federation (OHCSF), Federal Civil Service  Commission (FCSC) and the National Board for Technical  Education (NBTE), revealed  that the point of entry  for both categories  of graduates into the Federal Civil Service  had long been established to be the same.
"The disparity between HND  and degree holders was removed by the Federal Executive Council  last year.  Even  before then, the point of entry for both HND and degree holders and the salary scale were the same.  The only difference  is that  HND holders  cannot rise  beyond  grade level 13.  Besides, in the nation's  educational qualifications arrangement, the HND is grouped as an equivalent of B. A and BSc.  What then is the reason  behind the differential starting point  as advertised  by the Nigeria Customs?," the group asked.
Comptroller-General of the NCS, Alhaji  Bello Ahmed,  recently flagged-off the recruitment exercise,  in which  the organisation intends  to engage  about 5,000 new  hands.

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« Reply #36 on: October 02, 2008, 10:07:30 AM »
By Wufa
Vission 2020: Illusion or reality?

Fourth-eight years ago Nigeria became an independent nation; free as it may seem like, we all thought we had finally been emancipated from the colonization of our minds and of our land, blessed be the men that revolted against the era of colonialism, giving their all relentlessly for a vision that turned out to be a mission accomplished on October 1 1960.
And mercy unto our generation that has let the labour of our heroes past seem in vain.  It is a good thing marking another year of independence

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« Reply #37 on: October 12, 2008, 04:06:47 PM »
Obama Woos Nigerians In US
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DEMOCRATIC Party candidate, Senator Barack Obama, is mobilising Nigerians in the US to in turn mobilise the Nigerian community there to vote in next month's American presidential elections.

This is coming as efforts to get out people to vote has extended actively to Nigerians who are also American citizens and are eligible to vote.

Specifically, a clarion call has gone out from the Obama campaign to the Nigerians who are supporting the Illinois-state US Senator to ensure that all Nigerians who are citizens of the US are registered to vote in the historic elections, in the hope that an overwhelming majority of such votes would be cast for Obama.

In an email circulating on Nigerian web and Internet sites here in the US, Barack Obama noted that "the stakes in this election have never been higher, and there's something each of us can do right now that will make a big difference. "

Indeed, the stakes are high in the first US presidential poll that would be featuring a black candidate at the general election even as a leading US political analyst Dick Morris explained that two forces are seemingly driving the last weeks of the elections.

Morris, who served former President Bill Clinton as political adviser, noted that the first force is propelled by Americans' quest for change and a complete dissatisfaction of the US Republican Party's eight-year control of the White House.

The second force is propelled by what he called the fear of the unknown by some Americans, who say they do not know Obama well enough and are confused what to do.

This situation as well as the uncertainty of the various polls has ignited get-out-the vote efforts especially by the Obama campaign, which was able to turn out significant new voters during the Democratic Party primaries.

Already, the Obama campaign has recorded over one million new voters, who have registered to vote next month.

In an email that went on earlier in the week to all his supporters in the US, the presidential hopeful is asking his Nigerian-American friends to make "phone calls to potential supporters in key battleground states," in the presidential elections.

Some of those states are Pennsylvania, Florida and Ohio - all still regarded as a potential toss up in the elections.

US-based Nigerian activist and public commentator, Dr.  Baba Adam, who is also the chairman of the PRONACO-US, is circulating the email he received from the Obama campaign among the Nigerian community. 

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« Reply #38 on: October 18, 2008, 12:01:54 AM »


HAJJ: NCAA READS RIOT ACT TO OPERATORS

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With an estimated all time high figure in excess of 100, 000 pilgrims performing this year?s hajj, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority [NCAA] yesterday read the riot act to both airline operators and state governments involved that it will not lower its safety standards for the exercise.
In particular, the NCAA explained that it would severly sanction airlines who engage in either disappointing pilgrims with early airlifting or abandon pilgrims in the holy land under claims of non-settlement of return trip through the hajj commission by airlines
NCAA Director General, Dr Harold Demuren said in Abuja that the authority will come hard on airlines  as it will not jeopardise the safety of close to 100,000 people involved in such large mass movement.
Speaking with New Nigerian, Dr.  Demuren said he will have meetings with his counterpart in Saudi Arabia before the commencement of the hajj with a view to vetting the airlines? airworthiness and safety standards.
He said the NCAA and the hajj commission had held over 20 fruitfull meetings to drum in the point that with the mass movement anticipated, all requirements must be met by airlines to avoid the unnessary hardship faced by pilgrims in the past.

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« Reply #39 on: October 18, 2008, 12:06:33 AM »
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« Reply #41 on: October 23, 2008, 05:27:08 PM »
The American presidential campaign has become the world's most popular television show.  Every opportunity that presents itself for a reprise of the contest between the lively and charismatic Barack Obama and the geriatric but nonetheless energetic John McCain is avidly watched by millions

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« Reply #42 on: October 23, 2008, 05:33:11 PM »
World Bank's warning on external borrowing
Against the backdrop of the current global financial crisis, the Managing Director of the World Bank, Dr.  Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, has warned Nigerian banks against excessive external borrowing.  Okonjo-Iweala who handed down the warning at the just-concluded International Monetary Fund (IMF)/ World Bank annual meeting in Washington DC, United States|Read Story

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« Reply #43 on: October 27, 2008, 04:33:56 PM »


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« Reply #45 on: November 17, 2008, 03:22:48 PM »
it is good to be good.
mr governor of Edo state that man is a good man, fatherans brother in the society.  ooooo may u livelong in the land of living

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« Reply #47 on: January 12, 2009, 05:57:31 AM »
Nigeria is getting getting better day by day.   God bless Nigeria

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« Reply #49 on: January 12, 2009, 11:06:42 PM »
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