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Integrity group emerges from APC NEC



A group of the All Progressives Party, APC party faithful in the National Executive Committee, NEC, of the party, have formed APC NEC – Integrity Group. The group says it emerged In a bid to further sustain the repositioning efforts of the Caretaker/Extra-Ordinary National Convention Planning Committee, CEONCPC, of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC,

The group which emerged from the Non-National Working Committee of the National Executive Committee, Non-NWC NEC, has also appointed its leaders and conveyed the same in a letter to the caretaker committee chairman, Governor Mai Mala Buni.

The Group in a letter by its Chairman, Hon. Abubakar Sadiq Saadu, and David Okumba, Secretary, in Abuja on Monday assured the CEONCPC Chairman of its support and readiness to work with the Caretaker Committee in order to restore the party to it prime status.

Pledging its unalloyed support, the group wrote, “As NEC members we are always ready and available for the Caretaker Committee and shall support the committee in whichever way required in the cause of steering the party’s affairs.”

It also commended President Muhammadu Buhari over the dissolution of the National Working Committee (NWC) of the party and expressed optimism that the Caretaker Committee will engender genuine reconciliation and peace in the party.

The group described the emergence of Mai Mala Buni, the Yobe State governor,  as the chair of the Caretaker/Extra-Ordinary National Convention Planning Committee as a well thought out move.

The executive committee of the group as conveyed to the caretaker committee include, Hon. Abubakar Sadiq Saadu – North West, Chairman, Dr. Mrs. Racheal Akpabio – South-South, Deputy Chairman, David Okumgba – South-South, Secretary, Abubakar A. Musa – North East, Asst. Secretary, Lawal Kolade – South West, Treasurer, Terver Aginde – North Central, Organization/Mobilization, Hon. Muhammed S. Ibrahim – North West, Publicity/Strategic Communication, and Barr. Tanko Zakari – North Central, Legal Adviser.

Others are Muhammad Azare – North East, Welfare,  Nduka Anyanwu – South East, Auditor, Bolaji Repete Hafeez – South West, Dep. Publicity/Strategic Communications, Hon. Ihuoma Onyebuchukwu – South East, Deputy Treasurer, and Abubakar Ajiya – North East, Coordinator.

Equally chosen are  Abdulmunaf Muh’d – North West, Coordinator, John Uwaedu – South East, Coordinator, Adie Ferdinand Atsu – South South Coordinator, and Jock Alamba – North Central, Coordinator.

For the Board of Trustees, BoT, the group appointed Alh. Nasiru Danu – North West, Chairman, Sunday Jacob – South East, Secretary,  Chief Koteteh Ibadan – South-South, Member, Alh. Zakari Muhammad – North Central, Member,  and Alh. Shuaibu Abdulrahaman – North East Member.


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Edo guber: Don’t compromise standard, INEC warns staff



The Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof Mahmood Yakubu, has read the riot act to the Commission’s regular and Adhoc staff participating in Saturday’s Edo State governorship election, warning them not to compromise standard.

In the message he sent to them ahead of the crucial poll, the INEC boss reminded them that the eyes of both Nigerians and the international community are on the Commission to conduct a free, fair, and credible poll.

He further challenged them to ensure that no party or candidate is accorded any undue advantage over the other, promising that the management will continue to improve their welfare and conditions of service within available resources.

While charging them to be neutral and stick strictly to the Code of Conduct and Oath of Neutrality, he said: “As we begin the final countdown to the Edo governorship election, it is clear that all eyes are on INEC to deliver a free, fair and credible process.”

According to him, “I have no doubt that our staff members will rise to the occasion. We have done it several times before and we can do it again. The Commission deeply appreciates the never-ending sacrifices made by our staff at all times, often beyond the call of duty, to ensure that we carry out our mandate.

“The management will continue to improve the welfare and conditions of service of staff within the available resources. Let me appeal to all of you to remain steadfast and committed to the ideals of the Commission Nigerians and the international community expect so much from us.

“They are watching. It is important that we all remain above board in the performance of our respective duties. We must ensure that no political party or candidate is accorded any advantage over the other.

“We must be neutral at all times and stick strictly to our Code of Conduct and Oath of Neutrality to which we have all subscribed. For, at the end of the day, we would have all contributed to the sustenance of democracy and a strong electoral process that all Nigerians can trust.”

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Nigeria records 221 new cases of COVID-19, total now 56,956



According to a tweet from the Nigeria Center for Disease Control, NCDC, 48,305 patients have now been discharged, with 1,094 patients losing their lives to Coronavirus.

The tweet revealed that Lagos State had the highest number of infections on Friday night with 59 cases, with Abia State following with 46 cases. The Federal Capital Territory was next, recording 22 cases

Other states recorded as follows:

Gombe-20 Plateau-17 Rivers-11 Bauchi-7 Benue-6 Ekiti-6 Imo-6 Kaduna-4 Kwara-4 Ondo-4 Ogun-3 Osun-3 Bayelsa-1 Edo-1 Kano-1

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FBI uncovers fresh evidence against Hushpuppi



The tide seems to be rising in the United States against suspected internet fraudster, Ramon Abbas, popularly called Hushpuppi, after the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) unveiled how he allegedly laundered unemployment benefits of Americans.

Abbas was arrested in Dubai last June and immediately flown to the US to face a four-count charge of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, money laundering conspiracies, international money laundering, and engaging in monetary transactions in property derived from specified unlawful activity.

The Nigerian pleaded not guilty to the charges during his initial court appearance in Chicago in July.

He has since been transferred to California with October 13 set for his trial.

The FBI, in an affidavit filed on September 14, with the United States District Court, Central District of California, alleged that Hushpuppi using his email address, registered on a website (“Whizzlog”) which is a marketplace for buying US Bank Logs to perpetrate fraud.

The FBI said it found in Abbas’ email address “registration contamination from Whizz Log.”

Also found therein were “numerous confirmations and receipts of bank logs he purchased.”

One of the messages cited by the agency read “Your order was successful. You have purchased (the “Financial Institution”) bank log with a balance of $9,839.44. Purchase Price: $955. The bank log details are in your account. Login to your Whizz Log account to view.”

He allegedly bought a “bank log with a balance of over S9,000 for as low as $900.”

If convicted of conspiracy to engage in money laundering, Abbas would face a statutory maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison.

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