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Nigerians going through very difficult times, Osinbajo confesses

Osinbajo also said that the campaign promise to supply 000 succour to 25 million poorest of the poor can not be fulfilled with the present state of the market, N5, but said a million Nigerians would be given N5000 monthly.

Expressing optimism, he said: "You can be sure this is not going to be the end of the narrative, but that of wealth."

The vice president implored Nigerians never to lose hope of the change mantra, noting that Nigerians should be rest assured that there's a determination to shift the direction of the nation positively, as he and President Muhammadu Buhari are committed to solving the nation’s problems.

Osinbajo maintained since according to him, the change they canvassed for is not a motto, as Nigeria cannot survive going the direction it was before naijanews now that the question of the state is irrevocable.

We have a leader who is fair, which can be the most significant thing," he reasoned, adding that Nigeria has the greatest chance now, "Now.

Responding to the twenty questions requested by participants at the town hall meeting, the number two citizen harped on attempts being made by the current government to supply alternatives to some of the challenges facing the country.

Boko Haram endanger Nigeria, herdsmen, say Soyinka, Ohanaeze

The apex Igbo socio-cultural Organisation advocated the Federal Government to urgently address the problem in order to avoid a position where ethnic militias will emerge to ensure safety in their surroundings and condemned the attack by suspected herdsmen on some communities in Enugu State.

The organization also discounted the planned Grazing Bill as anti- unconstitutional and federalism.

Igariwey, noted in Abuja that the incessant assault on communities by heavily armed herdsmen around Nigeria endangered national unity and peaceful co-existence as they can destablise the country by a synchronised action if they so determine.

He stressed: "Why could it be that the herdsmen are so heavily armed, who is arming them and where are they from? It's time to have appropriate identification of herdsmen so that they'll be tracked. The security challenge is tremendous, how do we currently know when it's herdsmen and when it is not Boko Haram spillovers from their bases that are dislodged because the style of attack in some of those communities is exactly the same style of attack by Boko Haram? Hamlets are sacked by them and remove. Attention should be paid by the Government to these actions.

But the Arewa leaders have asked Nigerians to resist attributing ethnic and religious connotations to the various disasters.

They unanimously condemned the attack in Uzo-Uwani Local Government Area of Enugu State, as unlucky and barbaric." by some herdsmen on the Ukpabi Nimbo Community

They ACF, in a statement by the National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Muhammad Ibrahim, said "criminals concealing under whatever guise and committing heinous crimes against innocent individuals and the state should be handled as such and in accordance with the law."

Show understanding with one another and aCF called to be patient, especially given that President Buhari is determined and committed to the war on corruption and insurgency ".

According to the Nobel laureate, the Federal Government’s quest to diversify the economy through tourism and culture is endangered by insecurity.

The literary icon spoke yesterday in Abuja in his capacity as the chairman of the first plenary session with a presentation entitled, ‘‘The killing culture of the neo-nomadic.’’

He noted that "culture is intertwined with tourism – the latter is, frequently driven by the former, in fact," stressing that "the destination uppermost in the naija news paper thoughts of most tourists we understand is – Culture." Soyinka insisted that both share buddies and – enemies.

"Of the principal enemies, seeing that we locate ourselves within the precincts of governing, I think to engage your attention in this brief address to just one: Insecurity. That inability of any vacationist to let go completely, relax, submit oneself wholly to the offerings of a new environment – sights, the sounds, feels, odors and flavor. Of Culture itself, in and or from the touristic intent, there is no ambiguity in the mind of its enemies. Their hatred is pathological and impassioned to a degree that goes beyond the light, beyond madness and sadly beyond treatment. The responsibility of governance towards such retrogressive outbreaks remains unambiguous."

Locating a link between the heinous crimes which Boko Haram has perpetrated against incessant assaults and Nigerians and Nigeria by the herdsmen, Soyinka said: " After Boko Haram, what next? In reality, at this moment, Boko Haram has no ‘ since it's by no means ended after’, regardless of what technical expressions such as ‘militarily degraded’ mean.

"But let us assume indeed that we're already in the past of Boko Haram. It's clear that the sequence has already been determined, the ‘vacated the new territorial aspirants are already positioned, and ’ space has already been granted. The entire state seems to be theirs without a struggle, and the continuity of an established Nigerian necropolis north to south and east to west is being consolidated.

Some necropoles are actually fascinating. They bring visitors from distant areas, but those are works of dedication, artistry and veneration. They can be visual feasts, among whose constructions the visitors actually picnic, leave emblematic gifts and blooms to hovering ancestors. The Nigerian widening necropoles leave just the taste of bile in the mouth, the corrosion of of malodor hate and fury rage.

When I read a brief while ago, the Presidential pledge to this state farming communities would be over and that the present homicidal escalation between the cattle prowlers ", I felt mortified.

"He had the option, he said. Cattle ranches were being set up, and in another 18 months, rustlings, destruction of killings and sustenance from herdsmen would be ‘a thing of the past’. Eighteen months, he ensured the state. I believe his Minister of Agriculture harked back to that later, but with a time schema that is less dispiriting. In any case, the external tourists have less perilous options."

Soyinka also decried the devastation that has wreaked on "internal tourism. "

His words: "Yet there is also internal tourism, to be considered a premium asset – both economically and in spirit of nation building and private edification. It was an exercise I indulged in in the early sixties as byproduct of other engagements, such as research. A lot yet was only under interest. I can modestly claim to be among the top twenty-five percent internally traveled Nigerians, acquainted with feels, the scents and flavors of the geographical habitation. Now, however, would the young adventuresome set out to see its alleged curative pools from just interest and the mystery caverns of Anambra? They'd think twice about it."

The social activist decried the inability of authorities to articulate a coherent policy to handle the menace, saying It is just not merely arbitrary violence that reigns across the nation but , impunity that was undisputed that was absolute.

"Impunity evolves and becomes integrated in actions when crime occurs and no moral, logical and legal answer is offered. I've yet to hear this government say a business policy of non-endurance for the serial massacres have grown to be the nation’s id stamp.

"I have not heard an order given that any cattle herders captured with sophisticated firearms be forthwith disarmed, arrested, placed on trial, and his cattle confiscated. The country is treated to an eighteen-month confident strategy which, to make matters worse, smacks on innocents of abject appeasement and encouragement of violence.

He recalled effort made "to use the Open Newsgroup platform of the Centre for Oshogbo, Culture and International Understanding, to start a national discussion on the matter – ‘Sacred Cows or Sacred Rights. ’ The signals were already clear and the rampage of impunity was already showing a cultic intensity of alarming proportions. For reasons which are distasteful to go into here, the forum failed to take place. We were already consented that General Buhari be invited to give a keynote address, based on his long experience in such issues as former head of state, so when a cattle rearer himself who might be be able to penetrate the mindset with this ‘post-Boko Haram pestilence’.

Although That challenge remains open, but should now require this gathering, which definitely includes educational agencies and tourist. It's a gauntlet thrown down to be picked up, and desperately, by the affected or distressed sectors of society, or really any concerned and able party only at that seminar. The CBCIU is prepared to collaborate."

Soyinka laced his remarks with private meetings with herdsmen.

He said: "I 'd noticed a change of quality in woods encounters with cows herdsmen through the years.

"At enough time, we believed they were Boko Haram, infiltrating under guise of cattle into the south. That was then, and of course that surmise hasn't been firmly established or disproved.

"Lately yet, I returned from a trip outside the nation about to find that my home ground had been invaded, and a brand-new "Appian way" sliced through my safety. That ‘motorable’ trail was made by the invaders that were hoofed. Interested journalists are encouraged to visit, although the improvised entry and exit are now blocked. In over two decades of living for the reason that ecological preserve, no such intrusion had ever occurred. They were cattle herders but although I have no idea whether they were Fulani or Futa Jalon herdsmen, and a swathe that is rough had cut through my private reasons. Enquiries were made by me and sent alarms around, including through the Baale of our neighborhood village. There continues to be no repeat, and hopefully it'll remain the first and last of such invasion. What it portends nonetheless is for all believing citizens take joint measures against, and to reflect upon."

Describing herdsmen as humanity’s first known tourists, Soyinka included: "They must be educated nonetheless that there is certainly a culture of settlement, and learn to seek accommodation with hosts that were settled seen.

The direction of any society cannot stand idly and offer alternatives that unconditionally deem the massacres of innocents just occurrences on the way to that learning school. For every crime, there's a punishment, for every infraction, there must be restitution. The nomads of the world cannot set themselves above the law of humanity that is settled. "

Nigeria can use culture, tourism to promote peaceful co-existence, by Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has said that culture and tourism could play a critical role in incorporating communities, boosting peace and harmonious coexistence on the list of diverse cultures in Nigeria.

Talking at the on-going national summit on culture and tourism in Abuja, the President noted that tourism brings people and human communities into contact through cultures and civilisation, including that tourism has the capability to help the world inhabitants to live better together and therefore contribute to peaceful coexistence between peoples and cultures.

President Buhari, who stressed the need to make use of culture and tourism as tools of social mobilisation for national revival, said his government would provide the required enabling environment for arts, culture and tourism to thrive and develop through the massive upgrading of infrastructure and the supply of security.

Signified by the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Mr. Okechukwu Enelamah, the President noted that culture normally symbolizes the totality of Nigerians the history and way of life of a people but lamented that over time, as a result of so many experiences, we seem to have lost the tenets of our cultural values, which are of ethics, honesty, sincerity and God-consciousness.

While urging participants at the summit to develop appropriate policies and perfect attitudes toward attaining the desired targets, Buhari said that the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture has a critical role to play in leveraging on the diverse cultures latest news in naija today Nigeria to inculcate the tenets of the state’s ethnic principles of integrity, truthfulness, truthfulness and God-consciousness in the citizens.

In his address, Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said his ministry in the last six months had taken a bold step to convert the country’s tourism potentials and enormous cultural into vast opportunities for revenue generation and job creation.

A fresh report released yesterday said that other emerging markets and Nigeria are facing as much as 10 per cent losses because of deteriorating thermal conditions in the workplace as a result of climate change in working hours,.

The estimated losses imply adverse consequences of the same scale to economic output, or GDP, for a wide variety naija newsonline of developing countries, including Indonesia, India and Nigeria, as emphasized by the report.
Based on the report, "when it's too hot, individuals work less efficiently out of doors, the office, in factories or on the move due to diminished skill for physical exertion and for completing mental jobs.

"Authorities and international organizations have long put on thermal states on the job. But climate change has transformed thermal conditions, " and " additional warming is a serious challenge for any employer or worker reliant on non or outdoor - air conditioned work. " Degrees of heat are already " " that was very high even for populations that were acclimatized, it noted.
Speaking at the report’s start, Sharan Burrow, ITUC General Secretary, said: "A rise in temperature risks the health of workers and the productivity in work environments where the heat is debilitating – climate actions is pressing to shield workers now and in the future. Climate change is real, and actions to prevent its overwhelming impact is in our hands."

Based on General Secretary of UNI Global Union need to have access to a cooling environment, shade, water, protective garments and enough time for rest breaks. That is particularly true for those who do physical work out in the fields, mines and factories. We know the challenges and we know what needs to be done to help it become happen."

For Maria Luisa Silva, UNDP Geneva Director "We embarked with this report to give recognition to this specific and serious anxiety, and to start the conversation on how you can respond and deal with it. The challenges have to be addressed by governments, employers, employees and other important international organizations if we want to be able to realize the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030."

The release marked International Workers’ Memorial Day, with the report calling workplace heat that is excessive a well known productivity danger and work-related health behind growing dangers of heat stroke, heat exhaustion and, "in extreme cases," passing.

Says right of every Nigerian, universal health coverage

President of the Nigerian Medical Association, Dr Kayode Obembe, yesterday said that universal health coverage is the right of every Nigerian, which they must seek to apply.

Obembe explained that this right is guaranteed in the Constitution, where it's clearly stipulated that it was the duty of authorities to take care of the health needs of citizens at tertiary, secondary and primary levels.

Moreover, Obembe said that patients have the right to prescription, assessment, diagnosis, investigation, consultation, history taking and direction.

According to him, as an alternative to using the provisions to better the lots of Nigerians with regards to health, government has insisted that health is on local governments, making states and the concurrent legislative list to enact laws besides the federal.

The NMA president, who made the disclosure to the naija breaking news blog Agency of Nigeria, noted this clause has normally been used to the detriment of Nigerian citizens. He restated that every citizen is entitled to enroll and enjoy any payment made by authorities to subsidise NHIS services.

He clarified that "Case note belongs to the hospital and is assumed to be kept there, but if you want your own record it summarised, could be typed and handed over to you."


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