Today 29-March -2018 Apostle chibuzor OPM and divine distributors of OPM shared more food stuff to Ex-Miliant.

Today 29-March -2018 Apostle chibuzor OPM and divine distributors of OPM shared more food stuff to Ex-Miliant.

Remember more than 2,000 armed robbers, kiddnerpers, killers and Ex-militants has renounced, surrender there GUNS to OPM Church which was handed over to the Nigerian police.

OPM provided free Accomodation for them in OPM Free Estate and feed them while they undergo rehabilitation under opm and learn different skills like free welding training, free ICT training, free electrical/ Electronis training, free generator training, free capentry training, free drivering school, scholarship in bible college etc

Skill Acquisition : Honourable Olugbemi Empowers Constituents mSkill Acquisition : Honourable Olugbemi Empowers Constituents

Skill Acquisition : Honourable Olugbemi Empowers Constituents


In what dipicts teaching people how to fish rather than giving them fishes,  The Honourable representing Oluyole Federal Constituency in the Green Chambers,  Hon.  Olusumbo Olugbemi who believes in the enhancement of human capital as the most sustainable empowerment on Monday  19th of March kicked- off a skill acquisition program in collaboration Subject Matter Specialists from Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria.


The program aimed at equipping participants with requisite knowledge on poultry production and other related livelihood activities when completed, is anticipated to produce world class poultry farmers, value chain Operators in poultry production thereby adding value to the local content in Oluyole Federal Constituency, reducing unemployment and producting self-reliant youths who in turn could train and motivate fellow youths to become better individuals.


In his remarks at the event,  Hon.  Olugbemi admonished participants to take optimum advantage of the skill acquisition program as plans have been perfected to get them adequately equipped with starter packs after the training exercises to set up their own poultry business. The skill acquisition program is a follow-up to a similar training program facilitated by Hon Olugbemi in 2017 in which over a hundred youths from across Oluyole Federal  Constituency were taken through a similar training after which they were given free start-up day old chicks, free feeds drugs and some funds to support their poultry business which today has made the participants employers of labour.



Honourable Olusunbo Olugbemi

DROMI offsets school fees of indigent UNIMED Medical Student.


Dr. Rhoda Makinde Initiative (DROMI) has come to the aid of Mr Timilehin Yinusa, a 200 Level Medicine and Surgery Student of University of Medical Sciences (UNIMED), Ondo, who was on the verge of dropping out of school, before DROMI intervened in offsetting his school fees.


The young brilliant Ondo son enjoyed scholarship for a single session (2016/2017 Academic Session) from the University due to his performance at the POST-UME exams. He didn’t rest on his oars and performed exceedingly well with a First Class CGPA of 4.61.


With the exams in the sight in matter of six days and the parent unable to pay for the new session’s (2017/2018 Academic Session) school fees, all hope was bleak according to the father, who noted that “he is a very serious boy, I have issues sponsoring his education since I had accident two years ago, I have not been able to sleep for some months now and cried when I learnt the school cannot renew his scholarship due to paucity of funds in the University”.


A letter of request for financial support was sent to Dr. Rhoda Makinde Initiative (DROMI). Due to the urgency and critical situation of the case, the DROMI team met and approved the request and wrote a cheque in favour of Mr. Timilehin Yinusa, which was presented at the Office of the Dean Student Affairs of the school.


Dr. Yemisi Jeff-Agboola (Dean of Student Affairs) who represented the Vice Chancellor, appreciated DROMI for the timely intervention and noted that the University Community is really happy for the gesture.

Kano government trains 3,500 vigilance members, distributes uniforms worth N200 million

The Kano State Government has trained 3,500 vigilance members on basic literacy and distributed uniforms worth over N200 million to various vigilance groups with a view to enhance their operations.

The Kano State Governor, Alhaji Abdullahi Ganduje, made this known on Monday during the post -International Literacy Day celebration in Kano.

Ganduje said that the training would reduce the level of illiteracy in the state and enhance their operations.

He said that his administration had given high premium to adult literacy in the state.

‎“Education is potentially the greatest instrument we have at our disposal to empower our people,” he said.

Ganduje added that the state government ‎would set up a security neighborhood agency to check security issues in the state.

‎The governor also distributed 13,200 uniforms worth N200 million to members of the vigilance groups in the 44 local government areas.

He also ‎promised to pay the remaining three months allowance for instructors at the literacy centres in the state.

Earlier, the Executive Secretary of National Commission for Mass Literacy, Adult and Non-Formal Education, Prof. Abba Haladu, commended the governor for his support to the state agency.

Haladu ‎said that International Literacy Day is celebrated annually world wide to bring together government’s, multi and bilateral organisations as well as NGOs to promote literacy within and beyond the 2030 education agenda.

“We have so far recorded a number of achievements including the development of vital documents such as the Policy Guidelines for Mass Literacy and Operational Plan for a National Mass Literacy Programme and Literacy Primers in the three major Nigerian languages and English,” he said.

He also urged the state and local governments to deploy the needed political will and, therefore, provide the necessary material support for the eradication of literacy in their ‎respective areas of jurisdiction.

Haladu then called on the state governor to approve the payment of monthly facilitators part-time allowances, to enhance their motivation and additional vehicles for monitoring and data collection.

He also appealed for the rehabilitation the women ‎education centres.

‎The Executive Secretary commended the Kano Mass Education Agency for organising important mobilisation activities and called on the government to provide more support for the agency.

Buhari Sa’ad

Mariya Tambuwal Commissions Solar Powered Dryer, Doles Out Start Up Funds To Women


Mariya Tambuwal Commissions Solar Powered Dryer, Doles Out Start Up Funds To Women

Her Excellency Hajiya Mariya Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, Wife of The Executive Governor of Sokoto State commissioned Solar Powered Farm Produce Dryer for Women in Dogondaji town, Tambuwal LGA Sokoto State and
disbursed the sum of N50,000 each as Start up package for women in commemoration of 2018 International Women’s Day.

Commissioning the project, Hajiya Mariya said solar energy has the requisite potential of becoming Nigeria’s main supply of energy and might solved the the need for more conventional and harmful forms of power generation.

In her speech, Wife of the Sokoto State Governor noted that notwithstanding Nigeria’s position in the global oil trade, the country must also face the fact that the world is quickly running out of oil.

She also remarked that technology and motivation for the actualization of solar energy exists. “All what our dear planet needs is due commitment, funding and implementation and before me is such commitment, funding and implementation being harnessed to their fullest.”

“As the Mother of the Day, I wish to say that this project is highly commendable. It means that women in this area have been directly empowered to do things that ordinarily they can’t do. The benefits that would be derived from this wonderful project cannot be overemphasized”.

Hajiya Mariya urged the beneficiaries to put into use this project in the very best way possible and protect it from vandalization and lack of maintenance.

She also congratulated all the stakeholders (particularly Hon. Abdulsamad Dasuki) involved and prayed that ALLAH reward their efforts in this world and beyond.


Media and Communication Manager,
Mariya Tambuwal Development Initiative,

SNEPCo donates cancer equipment to National Hospital

The Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCo) says it has donated a linear accelerator radiotherapy equipment worth over $1 million to the National Hospital, Abuja.

Speaking an event to commemorate the world cancer day on Sunday, Akinwumi Fajola, SNEPCo’s representative, said the donation was one of the company’s ways of giving back to the society.

Fajola explained that the gesture was in the bid to strengthen the quality of healthcare services in Nigeria.

Earlier, Isaac Adewole, minister for health, said the federal government plans to roll out nationwide screening for common types of cancers.

Adewole said the newly-installed machine would reduce the wear and tear of the first machine.

According to him, the old machine has treated over 200 patients and helped to check the medical tourism of patients who travel abroad for cancer treatment.

“I have also encouraged some state government to invest on both radiotherapy and chemotherapy to improve quality of care and survival of cancer patients,” the minister said.

Cancer patients in Nigeria have been dying in numbers due to difficulty in accessing radiotherapy treatment.

Nigeria has less than one radiotherapy machine to one million people compared to one machine to 250,000 people in other climes.

This has forced Nigerians to go to Ghana and other countries for treatment. About 10,000 cancer deaths and 250,000 new cases are recorded yearly.


CEO of ASYPETER’S FOUNDATION offer a young boy a mini scholarship.

At the early hours of today my political model, Rt. Hon. Julius Pond woke me up with call in respect of my great grand mother burial, thereafter I received a call from my dogged elder brother, Sir Anthony Miens Demebide.

While on my way to his house I met this disable young man named, GOD’SPOWER, I almost cried when I saw the predicament of the young boy, but as a young man who is very ambitious and promised to give hope to the hopeless, I encouraged the young boy to be optimistic and that when there is life there is hope.

After a few minutes of discussion with the young lad, I asked him to take me to his mother, without asking questions the young boy directed me to his mother. We discussed for a few minutes as well.

As the CEO of ASYPETER’S FOUNDATION who is ready to empower the hopeless, we immediately offered the young man a mini scholarship.

On this note, I thank all those that are empowering me in one way or the other to empower others, especially, Dr. Braduce Amakazi Angozi, Rt. Hon Julius Pondi, Mrs. Bakumo Caroline Ebi Dokubo, Hon. Shedrack Agediga and Sir Tare Pondi.

Amb. Arerebo Salaco  Yerinmene Peters Jr

China awards scholarships to 47 UNICAL students

The Government of the Peoples Republic of China on Thursday awarded scholarships to 47 Students of the University of Calabar (UniCal), to celebrate the 47th anniversary of China-Nigeria diplomatic ties.

The Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, Dr Zhou PingJiang, who presented the awards on behalf of the Government, noted that Nigeria and China had many things in common.

“While China has the largest population in Asia, Nigeria has the largest population in Africa.

“Also, we are the largest economy in Asia and the second largest in the World while Nigeria is the largest economy in Africa.

“We have many similarities and that is why our diplomatic ties have been very strong.”

He attributed China’s current economic strength to the “reform and open up’’ policy initiated 40 years ago, adding that the policy was based on a tripartite system of strong leadership, policy, and good work.

“And after 40 years of that reform and open up policy, China today has become the second largest economy in the World.”

Pingjuang lauded the management of UniCal for the great strides in academic and infrastructural development within four decades of its existence.

He also thanked the management for its hospitality.

Responding, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Zana Akpagu, expressed gratitude to the ambassador for choosing the institution for the awards ahead of other notable universities in the country.

He said that the gesture was a testimony that UniCal was receiving international recognition.

Akpagu announced that the institution had initiated a move to set up an Institute of African and Asian Studies.

He solicited the support of the ambassador in actualizing the institute.

The 47 awardees were drawn from various departments of the university.

In an interview, one of the awardees, Mr Okpi Bernard, a 500 level Law student, expressed joy over the award, describing it as “very wonderful”.

“I am very excited about this award. It means a lot to me; I am an orphan and this will go a long way in helping to pay my school fees,” he said.

Timi Godson

Governor Obaseki offsets medical bills of 16 Libya returnees

Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo on Wednesday said that the state government has taken over the medical bills of no fewer than 16 indigent patients, including a nursing mother who recently returned from Libya.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that office of the Chief of Staff to the governor, Taiwo Akerele, took over the payment of the medical bills.

NAN also reports that the indigent patients were chosen from Central Hospital and Stella Obasanjo Women and Children Hospital, both in Benin, Edo South senatorial district of the state.

The governor said the gesture would be extended to other senatorial districts of the state.

Obaseki was represented by the Senior Special Assistant/Personal Assistant and Administration officer to the Chief of Staff, Jaspa Olowojoba.

Obaseki said his administration was committed to improving facilities in all government-owned hospitals across the state to ensure delivery of better healthcare services to the people.

One of the beneficiaries, a fibroid patient identified simply as Tina, said, “I have always loved him and God will continue to bless him for all of us Edo people”.

Tina added: “He is a nice man and he is well educated and respect people a lot. I love him. I have spent eight days here where I had fibroid operation.”

Another beneficiary, Happy Edoror, a Libyan returnee and mother of a six weeks old baby, said her baby became ill shortly after they arrived from Libya.

While stressing that she became stranded as she was unable to pay the hospital bills of her baby, Happy said she was elated by the intervention of the governor.

She appealed to the governor for a job after nursing her baby whose father, a Libyan she said, still calls her.

Edoror said: “She is six weeks old; her father is in Libya, but still calls me. I thank the governor for paying the medical bills of my baby.

“I also want the government to help me so that I can be working because right now, I don’t have anything that I am doing.”


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