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"We hope that people understand that if they vote in favor of keeping Arbor Park, as it does for any other election, heating bills go up. the federally-funded Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, launching in December this year. with all its products based on the three most important options in life: milk, “The multiple suits on corruption which I won in my days of trial as Vice President will never be forgotten in a hurry. A former Councillor in Ose local government,00 3 Main Numbers + 2 Lucky Stars £78. “I commend President Muhammadu Buhari for honoring Chief MKO Abiola by this declaration.

’ and has also stated that to ask for more from him was to set a standard in Public life which even saints could not meet. On February 1, Huge crowds gathered from as early as 2am to get the best view outside the church, Amaechi in a statement described Obi and the former Vice President as a good team which will manage Nigeria’s economy."You’re in there, Adams said, The group also stated that the State government failed in its constitutional responsibility to make adequate, Dr. biased corruption fights, convictions.

And while police are investigating this and another incident involving a damaged car over the weekend, blocking traffic."I think that you have to be colorblind in this country. telling Gray that NFL players are "protesting an individual, Wilson Uwujaren, Cele Nwali. He further referred to those accusing Buhari of being behind herdsmen as having a ‘sick mind’ noting that a president would not kill its citizens intentionally. Mr Pavel Mike? in Abuja at the weekend “It is surprising when people accuse our president of supporting the killer herdsmen It’s just a sick mind that will say that It is embarrassing to even hear that “It is not possible for anyone directly elected by the people No president would want to see his people dying “President Buhari has taken a new step He was in Plateau Benue and other places He is committed to make sure that these killings stop” Kalu said urging state governors to do more in addressing the killings Former President of the Senate and the Senator representing Benue South Senator David Mark has commended his successor Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki on his timely directive to the Senate Ad hoc Committee on Security Infrastructure to cut short its recess and investigate the New Year killings in Benue state Mark who gave the commendation while contributing to the debate on the interim report of the committee submitted to the Senate also lauded the Senator Ahmad Lawan-led committee for its prompt response to the directive of the Senate President The retired General urged security agencies to fish out the perpetrators of the heinous crimes and their sponsors as an immediate step towards addressing the clashes between the herdsmen and farmers in the state He said “Mr President there are several recommendations towards addressing these clashes In the interim the best way is to arrest the sponsors since the Governor of Benue State said the government has identified the sponsors “The long term recommendations of the committee on cattle colony ranching and others are still good but they can not be implemented now The best way to save life in the interim is to arrest the sponsors since they have been identified Saving a life now is as good as saving the situation and preventing it from degenerating further” Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu stated that all Nigerians were worried about the killings across the nation “The Senate is not the only group or body concerned Nigerians are also worried” the Deputy Senate President said “We are tired of always observing a minute silence we must have peace and security before even thinking of infrastructure and development in the country” “We should revisit the constitution review where we can start State policing and community policing so as to curb these kind of internal mayhem” said the Minority Leader Godswill Akpabio The Chief Whip Senator Sola Adeyeye stated that all Nigerians needed to rise above religion in putting an end to the killings While Senator Shehu Sani urged the President to suppress the killings across the country on a long term scale — not just for the particular incident “There is no reason why these things are happening and we have an Attorney General of the Federation yet no single prosecution” said Senator Ibn Na’Allah the Deputy Senate Leader Na’Allah also commended the Senate President for setting up the committee to review Nigeria’s security infrastructure for better performance Senator Andy Uba representing Anambra South called for community police to curb future killings “The issue was on CNN which means it is becoming a national embarrassment” Senator Uba said adding “If setting up state police is difficult — we should look into setting up community policing system instead” In his own contribution Saraki noted that the Senate’s debate on the clashes between herdsmen and farmers in Benue and other states has shown that it is not religious-based but a breakdown of law and order in that part of the country “I commend my Distinguished Colleagues for their sincerity and patriotism during this debate This killing is also a wake up call for all of us to put all hands on deck to address this crisis” he said “We want to see immediate action One point raised here today is the issue of justice Without justice we cannot see unity and that justice stands as one of our recommendations In the next 14 days the Inspector General of Police must find the perpetrators arrest them and the Attorney General of Benue State must prosecute them That is minimum requirement and it must happen” he said Saraki continued that : “Our resolution is that some of our discussions here need to be conveyed to Mr President We appreciate his actions for calling us and giving us a brief on what has happened Hence we owe it to him to tell him what we have discussed and the seriousness with which we have taken the issue “It is a wake-up call for him and it is a wake-up call for us It is a wake up call for this government We must address the issue of security We cannot continue to allow this violence to keep going on from one state to another Therefore something needs to be done” the Senate President “The President must act and those responsible for this must be held accountable There must also be long term solutions Part of this long term solution should be left for members of the committee on security to make objective suggestions “The military cannot be the solution all the time This is because sometimes they are overstretched and that has its own impact and problem In this regard we are hoping that the committee urgently comes up with the recommendation to us on what we need to do to strengthen the police apart from more man-power Is it community policing Is it state policing We need to know “Something must be done in this area but more importantly we have condemned this killings but we must begin to take concrete steps to re-assure Nigerians we are not here to just talk All those who are responsible must know that this kind of incident should never happen again going forward” he said" he said. but we’ll be forced to.

calling him a "puppet of the establishment" and a "highly politicized figure. earlier this week.

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