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Xenophobia: Femi Fani-Kayode React To New Protests




Reactions have been pouring in following news of renewed xenophobic attacks in South Africa.

Reacting to the new reports, ex-Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode stated that Nigerians could not be expected not to retaliate in the street of the country.


Fani-Kayode said:  ‘we cannot be expected not to retaliate in the streets of Nigeria! You cannot kill our people and expect yours to go free in our shores or for your corporations to have peace and security in our nation’.

See his full post below:

This is happening right now in Johannesberg, South Africa. Well organised and well armed South African mobs and killer squads are marching in the streets calling for ALL foreigners to leave and looking for Nigerians to kill.

How long do we have to put up with this state-sponsored violence and extreeme provocation? Will we turn the other cheek forever? Who will defend mother Nigeria and who will fight for us? Is our blood so easy to spill and are our lives so cheap?

What is our Government doing? What are our Armed Forces there for if not to protect our lives and defend our honor and people?

The South African Government has openly ENCOURAGED and openly SUPPORTED this great evil and the mass murder of our compatriots! Enough is enough!

We cannot be expected not to retaliate in the streets of Nigeria! You cannot kill our people and expect yours to go free in our shores or for your corporations to have peace and security in our nation.

For every action there is a reaction. That is the law of nature and the world. If you shed innocent blood it will come back to you!

I call for the expulsion of ALL South African citizens from Nigeria, the nationalisation of ALL South African companies and corporations that are operating in Nigeria, the breaking up of diplomatic ties with South Africa, a recall and relocation of ALL our citizens that live and reside in South Africa back home to Nigeria and, if the targetting and killing of our citizens does not stop, an apology tendered and FULL compensation paid by the South African Government, a declaration of total WAR with South Africa.

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Ihedioha Launches Attack On Imo State Governor, Uzodinma




Yet to accept his sack as the Governor of Imo State, Emeka Ihedioha has launched an assault on his successor, Governor Hope Uzodinma.

In a meeting with members of the National Working Committee (NWC) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) at his Abuja residence on Saturday, January 18, Ihedioha stated that he pities those celebrating his loss at the Supreme Court.

According to him, such people celebrating his downfall were not good students of democracy.

The sacked Governor of Imo State also disclosed that he is waiting for answers. He said;

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“The elections in Imo were closely monitored, well advertised and everybody in Nigeria followed it through. The results were very clear, the electoral umpire still has the results.

“It is not about Emeka Ihedioha. It is not about Imo State. It is about the future of our country and democracy. It’s about what do we do tomorrow. .. I am calm and we are calm, and that is why you see in Imo, there is calmness.

“The calmness is coming out of shock, it is coming of disbelief. It is coming out of the fact that people are saying, let us still see, can this be possible? We are waiting for answers and I believe there will be answers.

“This is not the time to celebrate. I pity anyone who is celebrating that sad event. If anyone is celebrating, that person is not a student of democracy.”

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We Will Work Harmoniously With Gov. Uzodinma, Says Imo Assembly Lawmakers



People’s Democratic Party (PDP) members in the Imo state House of Assembly have stated that they will work in harmony with the newly sworn-in governor of the state, Hope Uzodinma.

The lawmakers described Uzodinma’s victory at the Supreme Court as victory to the people of Imo State.

Reaction to the fact that there were only two members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) out of the 27 members of the House of Assembly, the speaker of the House, Chiji Collins said he does not think the state legislature populated by the PDP will have any problem with the new administration, adding that the lawmakers in House house were Imolites who were not in the house to fight, but the serve the Imo people.

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Collins said: “The members of the House of Assembly are all Imolites and we represent Imo people. So we have not come to fight anybody.”

“We are sons of daughters of Imo and we are representing them and so anything we will do will be in their best interest.”

Also speaking, the state lawmaker representing Ikeduru constituency, Uche Ogbuagu, said he was delighted about Uzodinma’s emergence as governor of Imo State, adding that the new administration might use the opportunity to right all the wrongs of the Emeka Ihedioha’s led administration.

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“Apart from this, we all have one thing in common and this is the good and progress of all Imolites. Anybody God has chosen to be the governor of Imo state, I cannot fight that person. I am a product of providence and destiny and so I don’t fight destinies,” Ogbuagu said.

Ogbuagu further noted that every action which will be taken by lawmakers in the House will be dependant on the party’s leadership in Imo state.


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FG Announces Plan To Reduce Price Of Petroleum




The federal governmentt is exploring ways of reducing the price of petroleum by providing alternative petroleum.

If actualised, the new pump price will be between N96 and N97 per litre from it’s current N147

Minister of state for petroleum resources, Timipre Sylva, said the alternative petrol will be provided through Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), explaining that CNG fuel has undergone a pilot project in Benin City where over 10,000 vehicles are already running on it.

The minister made the disclosure while addressing journalists in Abuja on Thursday, January 15.

“If we are thinking of reducing pump price for fuel? I could easily say yes and I’m sure all of you wonder why I am saying that,” he said. “We are thinking of giving the masses an alternative. Today we are all hooked on PMS, what we want to do going forward is to see that we are able to move the masses to CNG.

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“CNG unit for unit costs is less than even the subsidised PMS. Per litre the subsidised rate of PMS is N145 per litre, while CNG will cost N95 to N97 per litre that is why I could say we want to reduce the cost of fuel, that way when we are given an alternative Nigerians will not notice when the subsidy on PMS is removed.”

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The minister expressed the hope that the petroleum industry bill (PIB) will be passed by the national assembly before May 2020. The CNG is a fuel that can be used in place of gasoline, diesel fuel and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). It is used in traditional gasoline/internal combustion engine automobiles or specifically manufactured vehicles.


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