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  2. Benin – Edo Authorities stated it misplaced tens of millions of
    dollars in income within the tourism sector due to earlier governments’ neglect of infrastructure in Benin.

    Dr Godwin Obaseki, the Chairman of the state Financial and Strategic Crew, disclosed this in an interview with Information Company
    of Nigeria(NAN) on Tuesday in Benin.

    Obaseki, a economist, stated failure of earlier governments to supply the
    wanted primary infrastructure stifled the expansion of the tourism sector.

    “Benin, an historic metropolis ought to be a tourism haven. But when I can’t present safety and good roads, after all, the place might be unlivable.

    “Investors don’t simply soar at you as there are many alternatives everywhere in the world.

    “It is you who ought to make the setting enticing by creating the enabling setting by way of provision of infrastructure to draw buyers that can in flip drive the tourism sector within the state,”
    he mentioned.

    Obaseki mentioned that the tourism business would have grow to
    be engaging to buyers If earlier governments had constructed rural
    roads and different infrastructure.
    The chairman mentioned although the state may need misplaced tens of millions of dollars as a
    result of of those components, authorities had been working
    arduous to appropriate the errors within the final seven years.

    “Work is in progress and there remains to be so much to be executed.

    “But nonetheless, I do know that we at the moment are in a trajectory place as a result of these important investments need to be finished earlier than now you can begin speaking about attracting investments.

    “But I may also guarantee you that in a short time we have now been in a position to draw some forms of investments given the aggressive benefit,” he stated.

    In accordance with Obaseki, Edo has the most important onshore fuel
    deposit throughout the entire of Oredo fields the place NPDC is
    at present exploring for gasoline.

    ” We even have the benefit that the most important gasoline plant 1 and a couple of Escravos go by means of Edo.

    “We have the fortune that the electricity distribution community of
    nationwide grid passes by way of Edo.

    He mentioned that as a distribution hub, the state would faucet on its potential
    to have an enter to generate and facility to evacuate electricity.

    “So, with that type of funding, we’ve been ready to draw some traders to the state due to the standard of governance Gov. Adams Oshiomhole has supplied.

  3. Senate President Bukola Saraki has boasted that the
    enchantment filed by the Federal Authorities difficult his acquittal by the Code of
    Conduct Tribunal (CCT) will go the best way
    of his unique trial for false declaration of property.

    Saraki, in his first response to the filing of the attraction by the Federal Authorities, mentioned he was
    “confident that the verdict on the appellate courtroom wouldn’t be completely different from that of the tribunal because the info of the case stay the identical and the grounds on which the choice of the CCT was based mostly stay unassailable.”

    He spoke in an announcement by his Particular Adviser on Media and Public Affairs, Yusuph Olaniyonu.

    “Anybody who has been following the proceedings and the proof given by the prosecution witnesses throughout the examination in chief and cross-examination on would know that if introduced earlier than any courtroom of justice and regulation, the identical final result as within the CCT can be arrived at.

    “Those who’re operating commentary on the ruling by the
    tribunal and criticizing it are those that should not even accustomed to the
    case and the main points popping out of the trial.

    “That is why Dr. Saraki continues to marvel how determined some folks in authorities and their collaborators outdoors have turn into to tug him down in any respect price and by all means as much as the purpose that they don’t care in the event that they destroy the establishment of the judiciary in the method.

    “That is why they sponsored tales of allegation of bribery
    in a web-based publication towards the tribunal judges.

    “The Senate President seizes this alternative to name on safety companies to instantly start an investigation on this bribery allegation,”
    Olaniyonu stated.

    Saraki needs those that made the allegation to be invited to substantiate their claims.

    He cited the Chairman of the Presidential Committee on Anti-Corruption (PACAC), Professor Itse Sagay, as considered one of such
    individuals.

    Persevering with, Olaniyonu mentioned: “Corruption is just not nearly giving or diverting cash. When an official interferes with the judicial course of with a view to attaining private goals, that’s corruption.

    “We hear the identical determined folks say there was a lot proof they’re shocked on the verdict of the tribunal.
    However they overlook to say that this was a case that the prosecution counsel amended fees thrice.

  4. The recent senseless killings in Southern Kaduna, prior
    to and on Christmas Eve, were despicable to say the least.
    As merchants of “pure evil”, the ferociously murderous Fulani
    herdsmen vaguely claimed they were avenging the killing of their cows some two years
    before. The killings clearly emphasised the well known coordinated and systematic religious and ethnic cleansing orchestrated by the Fulani
    pan-Arabists who took it upon themselves to kill perceived ‘infidels’ on behalf of their ‘God’ who cannot kill for himself.

    Fulani herdsmen across the country have a multitude of sins to their names:
    the violation of ancestral neighbourhoods, robbery,
    torture, rape and the killing of Christians. Fulani herdsmen have
    become another frightening version of ethnic cleansing and
    are among the cruellest and most ruthless of Islamic fundamentalists.

    Whatever the pretense or self-confessed reasons for the latest
    sordid acts of brutal and animalistic aggression against the Christian communities in Southern Kaduna who believe God should
    be worshipped differently, the acts readily reflect how deeply
    divided we have been as a people and nation.

    The Crocodile City has been there before, and the tragedy predates the present administration of Governor Mallam
    Nasir El-Rufai. Between February 21 and May 23, 2000 there
    were violent riots following a proposal to adopt the Sharia law in the State.
    The proposal led to bloody clashes between Christians and Muslims.
    In the end, it was estimated that 2,000
    were killed in the month of February and 5,000 people died
    in May, respectively.

    On November 22, 2002, another round of religious-induced bloodbath
    enveloped the State. The Miss World Beauty Pageant claimed the
    lives of more than 200 people.

    The controversial Miss World pageant, which was meant to be held in Kaduna, was relocated to
    London after the violent clashes between Muslims and Christians, caused
    by what some Muslims deemed to be a “blasphemous”
    article in a Christian newspaper about the event. The Miss
    World riots were part of the Sharia conflict, which started in 1999 when several predominantly Islamic states in Northern Nigeria decided to introduce religious
    legal code.

    On June 17, 2012, yet another massacre took place in Wusasa
    and Sabon Gari areas of Kaduna where 38 people were butchered on the ground of religious intolerance.

    The year 2015 was not left out. Between December 12 and 13 that year, 700 to 1000 people paid the
    supreme price on account of religious and ethnic differences.

    If ever there was any issue that tended to burst Kaduna State and the nation at the seam since the civil
    war – which constitutes one of the “Triple Pillars of Nigerian Nemesis”
    – it is mindless religious extremism by which some northern citizens of the country
    perpetrate acts of hatred and violence against other religious faith, especially Christianity.
    It is the product of relentless elite conspiracy set out to turn the mass of the Nigeria people
    against each other, so that they can remain in perpetual
    servitude.

  5. Can she be admitted or its solely with 1st alternative they
    admit?.
    Re: UNILAG Put up-UME by delejames(m):Eight:52pm On Oct thirteen, 2009well,i dont know,
    However i believe its 1st alternative.
    Re: UNILAG Put up-UME by Dclique(m):10:15pm
    On Oct thirteen, 2009I suppose so too. When do
    you suppose the admission checklist can be out?.
    Re: UNILAG Publish-UME by delejames(m):Eleven:10pm On Oct thirteen, 2009I guess,
    subsequent week
    Re: UNILAG Publish-UME by snoopy(m):1:16am On Oct 14, 2009i
    didnt make the advantage rating for my course however i
    made it for my catchment space. anyone obtained any concept
    how its gon be?[shade=][/colour][shade=][/coloration]
    Re: UNILAG Publish-UME by Habeebullahi(m):5:06am On Oct
    14, 2009Please guys are you aware in the event that they
    nonetheless use catchment for educationally much less developed states.i
    selected kogi as my state of origin and my rating
    is fifty three,however the minimize off mark for my
    division which is inventive arts is fifty nine.do i nonetheless have hope?

    Re: UNILAG Submit-UME by 2nex(m):6:35am On Oct 14,
    2009hello everybody atlast al minimize off is out want everybody
    the perfect verify unilag web site for affirmation that is actual
    Re: UNILAG Publish-UME by delejames(m):7:27am On Oct 14,
    2009@snoopy.if u make the reduce-off on your catchment,
    then you might be in.
    Re: UNILAG Publish-UME by delejames(m):7:36am On Oct 14, 2009@habeebullahi.Kogi is not
    a part of the catchment space thought of by Unilag.The catchment areas are; EKITI,LAGOS,OGUN,ONDO,OSUN,and OYO.

    Re: UNILAG Publish-UME by Habeebullahi(m):Eight:31am On Oct 14, 2009At least
    do they nonetheless favour educationally much less developed states EDLS,
    like kogi state?any individual please assist me out.
    Re: UNILAG Publish-UME by CLASSIFYD(m):9:36am On Oct 14, 2009Wt nxt four dose of
    us dat didnt mk d advantage lower off nd catchment doesn’t favour
    us? I bought fifty three.Eight nd d minimize off is 57.Three.

    Wt re d odds of me gettn in?
    Re: UNILAG Publish-UME by sunboy(m):9:56am On Oct 14, 2009Where did you
    guys discovered these cutoffs on the unilag webpage , make una put
    me via ooo to affirm somethings
    Re: UNILAG Put up-UME by olalekan1(m):10:56am On Oct 14,
    2009sunboy:

    The place did you guys discovered these cutoffs on the unilag web site , make una put me via ooo to affirm somethings

    The identical part the place you checked your consequence.
    Underneath potential scholar
    Re: UNILAG Submit-UME by ajasa4link:Eleven:20am On Oct 14,
    2009Guy pls can u assist me to take a look at accounting lower-off on the admin division cos
    i scored fifty nine.Eight and am from osun state
    Re: UNILAG Put up-UME by delejames(m):Eleven:33am On Oct
    14, 2009ajasa4link:

    Man pls can u assist me to take a look at accounting
    reduce-off on the admin division cos i scored fifty nine.Eight and am from osun state

    for Accounting the Benefit is sixty five.5,catchment for Osun is sixty one.25.

    Re: UNILAG Publish-UME by Agboki:12:08pm On Oct 14, 2009Guys
    any hope,i rating fifty six.1 and my course cutoff
    is fifty nine.Four wat can i do, [/colour] [shade=#990000][shade=#990000][/colour]
    Re: UNILAG Publish-UME by Agboki:12:08pm On Oct 14,
    2009Guys any hope,i rating fifty six.1 and my course cutoff is fifty
    nine.Four wat can i do, [colour=#000099][/coloration]
    Re: UNILAG Put up-UME by delejames(m):12:20pm On Oct 14, 2009@Agboki

    You dont must attach your image.If you are from ONDO state.then you’re in.
    Re: UNILAG Submit-UME by credibleq(m):1:26pm On Oct 14,
    2009I am at d boiling level. Did u guys discover dat
    reduce off mark for enterprise educatio and economics training was not launched.
    Can someone recommendation me?
    Re: UNILAG Put up-UME by ponpon(m):2:17pm On Oct 14, 2009only God is aware of when our nation will
    bcom regular.i dont av any regrets if i dont get in2 lag dis yr kuz solely God is aware of aw det formulated
    d p.ume outcomes.i jst wont have an effect on many peoples
    future
    Re: UNILAG Put up-UME by Dclique(m):2:45pm On Oct 14, 2009Don’t surrender But.

    Re: UNILAG Submit-UME by No one:Four:27pm On Oct 14, 2009hi all!
    please anyone that may help me i didnt meet the lower off mark for accounting cos i had 50.Three% aggregate.

    wat do i do now if i would like to alter course plssssssssssssssssssssss.my quantity is 07036387009 and my e-mail
    is aderinsoye2002@yahoo.com.
    Re: UNILAG Put up-UME by wolfenstein(m):6:31pm On Oct 14, 2009Guys plz am misplaced right
    here,can any1 give me d lower-off mark for insurance coverage cos i received forty eight.5
    Re: UNILAG Submit-UME by bayedero(m):6:37pm On Oct 14, 2009My course is FINANCE with
    benefit reduce-off of sixty three.125 however
    my rating is sixty three.1 . the publish-jamb aggregate rating has just one
    decimal quantity. the place is the three decimal numbers
    coming from within the reduce-off mark?

    Did I beat the reduce-off mark?
    Re: UNILAG Put up-UME by olarhyme(m):Eight:54pm On Oct 14, 2009Guys am i in? had sixty six.5 medication, Osun state is my origin,
    Re: UNILAG Put up-UME by Thomaths(m):9:35pm On Oct
    14, 2009Agboki:

    Guys any hope,i rating fifty six.1 and my course cutoff
    is fifty nine.Four wat can i do, [shade=#000099][/coloration]

    Wowoooo
    Re: UNILAG Publish-UME by Habeebullahi(m):5:54am On Oct 15, 2009Is there anyone that
    is aware of when the admission checklist goes to be out?
    Re: UNILAG Publish-UME by Habeebullahi(m):5:57am On Oct 15, 2009But is there nonetheless hope
    for the educationally much less developed states,
    like kogi?please assist,
    Re: UNILAG Submit-UME by olalekan1(m):Eight:22am On Oct 15, 2009I heard from a dependable supply that the reduce off that was posted on the location is simply to
    chase folks away and even when you rating low and have the money at hand and know the best individual there in LAG, then you might be in. As for me I cannot spend a kobo simply because
    I need to enter LAG, coz I heard you is likely to be requested to pay nothing lower than eighty-100k.

    Re: UNILAG Put up-UME by CLASSIFYD(m):10:15am On Oct 15, 2009After d advantage record dere remains to be going 2 b suplimen3 checklist
    proper? If that’s the case,is it obligatory 2 chnge course b4 i get on d
    suplimen3 listing?
    Re: UNILAG Publish-UME by CLASSIFYD(m):10:15am On Oct 15, 2009After d advantage listing dere continues to be going 2
    b suplimen3 checklist proper? In that case,is it obligatory 2 chnge course b4 i get on d suplimen3 checklist?

    Re: UNILAG Put up-UME by CLASSIFYD(m):10:16am On Oct 15,
    2009After d advantage record dere continues to
    be going 2 b suplimen3 checklist proper? In that case,is it obligatory 2 chnge course
    b4 i get on d suplimen3 record?

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  6. My birthday memoirs cannot be complete without a detailed mention of my political life particularly as it relates to my comrades of some Universities
    in Nigeria. Though I am 74 now and gracefully ageing,
    I can beat my chest that my political activism has aided my political struggles to stay alive.

    In this regard, the first person I will pay adequate respects to is my political father and mentor,
    the late Papa Obafemi Awolowo. Awo remained my mentor until
    he died in 1987. He brought me out into political limelight and was never shy or
    afraid in being identified with me.

    In 1978, after the “ALLI MUST GO” student’s demonstrations in Nigeria
    led by the late bearded Segun Okeowo, the Obasanjo led Military
    regime decided to ban official students’ unionism in Nigeria.

    The National Union of Nigerian Students was banned. Some radical University intellectuals who were fingered by the Obasanjo military regime to have instigated the students riots were removed from their
    University duty posts. The late Comrade Ola Oni
    of the University of Ibadan, the late Professor OmafumeOnoge aka “Omi Omi”, the
    late Dr. Bade Onimode, Edwin Ike Madunagu, Benedicta Madunagu, Leoye
    Sanda, Dr. Wale Adeniran, the late Dr. Sogbetun of the University of Lagos Medical Centre and myself
    were all sacked from their University positions.

    When I visited the late Avatar (Papa Awolowo) at his residence
    in Park Lane, Apapa, Lagos, the old man advised me to put the events of the Obasanjo sack right behind me.
    He advised me to immediately take the military removal
    as a challenge to ensure a great political future for me.
    I concurred with the Awo advice and told Mr. Eric Teriola, then a journalist of the Punch
    newspapers exactly that when he (Teriola) interviewed me later that day.

    I told him that I had put my military removal
    from Unilag right behind me. I said categorically that I was
    waiting for the military to open the gates for
    democracy in Nigeria as it had promised to do.

    I left the country a week after the removal and proceeded to Britain where I
    had intended to move down to Cologne in Germany to join my
    friend and compatriot David Ogunsode who was then producing
    a left wing magazine “AFRICAN INTERPRETER” in Cologne, Germany.
    Papa Obafemi Awolowo later sent Alhaji Lateef Kayode Jakande to me in London asking me to return home immediately.
    I met Alhaji Lateef Jakande at his Waldoff Astoria Hotel where he conveyed Papa Awo’s message to me.
    I returned to Nigeria on Papa Obafemi Awolowo’s instructions
    and was announced the National Director of Organisation of the Unity Party of
    Nigeria (UPN) on the lifting of the ban on party
    politics by the military regime. I can never forget Papa Awolowo’s close relationship with me during those turbulent times
    of Nigerian politics.

    The grounds for my effective participation in the politics of Nigeria had been well
    laid by my comrades of the Speakers Society, University
    of Lagos Akoka Lagos. I joined the University of
    Lagos senior administrative staff in 1973. I met on the ground
    a radical political activist group called the “Speakers’ Society”.

    The group was then led by the late Professor Michael Iyiola
    Jegede. His secretary was Dr. Segun Adesina. Some radical University of Lagos
    staff later swelled the membership of the Society and established a radical
    socialist publication called the “Lagoon Echo”. The Lagoon Echo
    immediately became a popular journal that soon made it a radical journal of the left in Nigeria.

    In 1974 after General Yakubu Gowon had annulled his earlier decision to return democracy to Nigerians in 1976, the Speakers Society came out with a special edition of their magazine “THE LAGOON ECHO” condemning the military decision.

    The Gowon regime immediately replied by ordering my arrest as the then editor of
    the magazine. My Egbon and leader, Revolutionary Kanmi Ishola Osobu, had
    told me a day before my Gowon arrest that the Gowon regime had declared The Lagoon Echo a hostile publication. Osobu said “the military through the late M. D. Yussuf, the Director of the military’s intelligence group that “this time, there will be echoes from the Lagoon”.

    I was eventually arrested at the premises of the University of Lagos and taken to Obalende where I was officially placed on detention at the Force Headquarters.
    The late Papa Tai Solarin had earlier been arrested before me and detained.

    The members of the Speakers Society never deviated from their principled
    commitment to the struggle of the common people of Nigeria
    for justice. Lagoon Echo never stopped production until virtually all
    the members of the Speakers Society had ended up leaving the university employment.
    Despite my detention the Lagoon Echo became sharper in its goals of fighting for the common people of Nigeria.

    Members of the Lagoon Echo of those days include the late S.
    Olugbemi, Professor ‘Layide Abass, Dr. T.T. Abodunde, Mr.

    Tunji Adeniji (the University Cartographer), Funsho Akingbade,
    the late Dr. Lasisi Osunde, Dr. Funsho Fambo, the late Dr.
    Bisi Aborisade, Dr. Union Edebiri, Dr. Yemi Mosadomi, Ebenezer Babatope, Dr.
    Akin Oyebode, the late Dr. ‘Niyi Popoola, the
    late Dr. Amaechi Uchegbu and Dr. Eddy Omol ehinwa.

    The Speakers Society continued with its Lagoon Echo until it published late in 1978 a
    Special edition of the Lagoon Echo titled “Anniversary of a fascist document”.
    We will soon publish this edition to show Nigerians the radicalism of this group.

    As I celebrate my 74th birthday, it is impossible for me to forget the radical activities
    of this group. Though I do not today know the whereabouts of
    many of the members, except the ones that have died, I will
    continue to remember them. They were patriots and were completely dedicated to the plight of poor Nigerians.

    In less than six days from now, I will be 74. I pray to God for longevity of life.
    I will give special grace to God if I am able to come back next year
    to offer praises to God as I pray to turn 75.

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    Whenever I map out a backlink acquisition strategy for an SEO campaign, one of the first questions that I try
    to answer is, “How can I get links from a wide range of different websites that are relevant to me?”

    Higher volumes of backlinks are great, but combining that with high diversity is what’s really going to move
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    To give you an idea of the general ratio that you may
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    to linking domains that results ranking on page 1 of Google.com had.

    As the trendline in the chart above indicates, the average ratio of backlinks to
    linking domains that page 1 ranking webpages had was 37:1.

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