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Egyptian, Filipino kidnapped by pirates off Nigeria

Pirates assaulted a cargo vessel off the coast of Nigeria and kidnapped two crew members, a maritime expert affirmed in the newest high seas strike in the Gulf of Guinea.

"This assault — like most others off the Niger Delta — was carried out at night and carried an element of surprise," Dirk Steffen, from the Denmark-based Risk Intelligence company, Nigerian told AFP, referring to the later attack.

The crew mustered in the citadel after the boat had boarded, but two crew members — the Egyptian electrician and the Filipino 2nd officer — did not make it there and were captured by the attackers", he said within an email.

The Liberian-flagged vessel, chartered by French shipping company CMA CGM, was assaulted at 8:56 pm (1956 GMT), 28 nautical miles from the shoreline of the oil-rich Niger delta region.

Steffen, the director of maritime security at Risk Intelligence, said the objective was not common and indicated the pirates were aiming at kidnapping instead of hijacking tankers for his or her fuel freight.

The Gulf of Guinea is increasingly becoming a piracy hotspot and Risk Intelligence has recorded 32 offshore attacks for Nigeria alone this year.

It also reflected a tendency of a decrease in offshore piracy and abductions in the region around elections. This past year Nigeria held parliamentary and presidential polls.

Nigeria loses N577b annual as tax incentives to companies

The report which focused on Senegal and Nigeria, Ghana, Cote d’ Ivoire shows that allowing tax incentives to investors, notably foreign companies, is depriving authorities of cash to pay for vital public services like education, health and infrastructure.

Based on the report that was presented to newsmen yesterday in Abuja, ‘’Corporate tax incentives which are reductions in tax offered by governments to bring investment contain reduced corporate income tax rates and tax holidays for specified intervals, commonly provided to businesses operating in special economic zones. Despite their substantial earnings losses, using tax incentives has become common practice and serious questions news about naija their utility.’’

‘’ Neither have considerable amounts of occupations been created by the foreign investments, despite generous tax incentives given by the authorities since most of them have not been in sectors like production that create the most occupations’’.

The report urges that other governments in ECOWAS and the Nigerian authorities need to review the incentives they are granting with a view to ensuring that those remaining are targeted at achieving specific social and economic aims, abolishing unproductive motivators and reducing them.

It similarly calls on the authorities and the ECOWAS members to bring their incentive regimes under the management of a single thing with successful and resourced oversight mechanisms to ensure transparency and accountability of public spending.

Addressing journalists on behalf of the coalition in Abuja, the Deputy- Country Director, ActionAid Nigeria, Ifeoma Charles -Monwuba said: ‘’The study has provided evidence for that per annum, Nigeria forfeits as much as N577 billion as an effect of tax break granted businesses. This sum could go towards addressing infrastructural deficit.

AGF restates Nigeria’s devotion to rights standards that are global

The Government has expressed dedication to the highest standards of adherence in the actions of all her international affairs, including counter insurgency operations against Boko Haram in the nation.

In a press statement issued by his Special Adviser, Media and Publicity, Salihu Othman Isah, the AGF assured the delegation that Nigeria has high value for its relationships with the ICC, and will unequivocally continue to meet its duties to the court.

Malami also divulged that the Nigeria Army has conducted its operations in the Northeast region in a highly professional manner, imbibing the best practices in the areas of humanitarian law and international human rights.

He also disclosed he was mindful of the eight case files opened against Nigeria by the ICC, which the prosecutor intends to inquire in her next period of evaluation of Nigerian scenario.

The minister insisted that Nigeria has the prerogative rights in handling the alleged crimes referred to, in the prosecutor’s 2015 Report of activities in the state.

Let me reiterate that Nigeria retains the sovereign ability punish and to investigate the alleged offenses will consequently continue efforts that are current in the preceding direction, and referred to in the report.’’

He further added that government is dedicated to ensuring that their rules of participation guide troops, assuring that any infractions will be severely dealt with.

The minister yet gave indication of this management’s resolute in battling terrorism and resoluteness to ensure respect for human rights while staying unshaken, by all.

Responding, the leader of delegation, Phakiso Mocho Choko said the prosecutor does not intend to endanger the sovereign rights of Nigeria in meting out punishment and investigating crimes.

He divulged that most cases were the ones sponsor states cannot resolve through internal mechanism.

The prosecutor, through the delegation expressed willingness and support to work in addressing identified crimes and criminality against mankind, but advised he was affirmative in continuing with their engagement.

Amnesty International accuses of covering up Zaria killings Nigerian military,

Amnesty International (AI), the international watchdog of human right abuses, has accused the Nigerian military of "mass slaughter of hundreds of men, girls and children" in Zaria and attempting to cover up the incident, which it said attests an "utter contempt for human life and liability."

Make them bring it out for all to see If they will have signs that is proper. We cannot face law-abiding citizens."

"Whoever we faced must have already been a criminal and enemy of the state," he told naija gist news AFP.

In its report published on its site, AI said evidence collected on the ground shown how the military burned people living, razed buildings and dumped casualties’ bodies.

This tends to corroborate the April 10 evidence of a top official of the Kaduna State authorities when he appeared before the Judicial Commission of Inquiry set up by the state government, following the Shiites-military clash in Zaria between December 12 and 14 last year, including the convoy of the Chief of Army Staff, Lt-Gen Tukur Buratai, where a lot of people were said to have expired, culminating in the continuous detention of the leader of Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, and other members since then.

The group’s naija celebrity news supporters had refused to clear the road near their headquarters, the Hussainiyya to pass.

The military had promised that IMN assistants attacked the naija convoy in an effort to assassinate Buratai, which IMN members refused.

The report, titled, Unearthing the truth: Unlawful killings and mass cover up in Zaria, comprehensive eyewitness testimony of alleged large scale killings by the military and exposes attempt by the authorities hide and to destroy evidence.

" of what happened over those two days in Zaria The real horror is only now coming to light. Bodies were littered in the roads and piled outside the mortuary. Some of the wounded were burned alive," said Netsanet Belay, AI’s Research and Advocacy Director for Africa.

"Our research, according to witness testimonies and analysis of satellite images, has found one possible mass grave. It's time now for the military to come clean and confess where it covertly buried numerous bodies."

Army, religious leaders harp on ethno -religious harmony among Nigerians


Speaking at the seminar/award ceremony of the Correspondents Chapel of the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ), Kaduna State chapter, Oyebade remembered the good old days when religious differences never caused disharmony among Nigerians, as they saw themselves as one united people working for the improvement and unity of the state.

Additionally in Kaduna, an university lecturer, Dahiru Yahya, and the state Director of the Directorate of Security Service (DSS), Mr. Mustapha Sani, expressed divergent views on whether members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), otherwise known as Shiites, represent a menace to Nigeria’s protection.

But Sani said the group had represented serious threat to the nation by organising military naijabreaking news training and employing weapons that were primitive in their own operations.

Called on media professionals to sensitise the people on faith and ethnic issues to ensure sustainable ethno -religious naija. com breaking news harmony http://news across the country.


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