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Nigerians going through very challenging times, Osinbajo discloses

Osinbajo also said that the campaign promise to provide 000 succour to 25 million poorest of the poor can no longer be carried through with the current state of the market, N5, but said a million Nigerians would be given N5000.

Expressing optimism, he said: "You can be sure this isn't going to function as the end of the storyline, but that of abundance."

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

We now have a leader who's honest, which can be the most important thing," he reasoned, adding that Nigeria has the greatest opportunity now "Today.

Reacting to the twenty questions requested by participants at the town hall meeting, the number two citizen harped on attempts being made by the current administration to provide solutions to some of the challenges facing the country.

Herdsmen, Boko Haram endanger Nigeria, say Soyinka, Ohanaeze

The groups included Ohanaeze Ndigbo and Enugu State chapter of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN).

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

The organization also dismissed the projected Grazing Bill as anti- unconstitutional and federalism.

Igariwey, noted the incessant attack on communities by heavily armed herdsmen around Nigeria endangered national unity and peaceful co existence as they can destablise the nation by a synchronised actions if they so determine.

He stressed: "Why can it be that the herdsmen are so heavily armed, who's arming them and where are they from? It's time to have proper identification of herdsmen so that they'll be tracked. The security challenge is enormous, how do we today understand when it's herdsmen and when it is not Boko Haram spillovers from their dislodged bases because the fashion of strike in some of those communities is exactly the same style of assault by Boko Haram? They sack hamlets and withdraw. Attention should be paid by the Government to these actions. Government should investigate and find out those behind these killings and bring them to novel."

But the Arewa leaders have requested Nigerians to resist attributing ethnic and spiritual connotations to the various catastrophes.

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

ACF called to be more patient and show comprehension with one another, especially since President Buhari is established and committed to the war on corruption and insurgency ".

In accordance with the Nobel laureate, the Federal Government’s quest to diversify the market through tourism and culture is endangered by insecurity.

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 thoughts of the majority of tourists we understand is – Culture." Soyinka insisted that both share friends and – enemies.

Of the primary enemies, seeing that we find ourselves within the precincts of government, I think to engage your attention in this brief address to just one. That inability of any vacationist to let go completely, relax, submit oneself totally to the offerings of a brand new environment – sights, the sounds, textures, odors and taste. Of or out of the touristic intent and Culture itself, in, there isn't any ambiguity in the mind of its enemies. Their hatred is impassioned and pathological to a degree that goes beyond madness, beyond the pale and regrettably beyond treatment. The responsibility of governance towards such retrogressive outbreaks stays unambiguous."

Finding a connection between the heinous crimes which Boko Haram has perpetrated against Nigeria and Nigerians and incessant attacks by the herdsmen, Soyinka said: " After? Actually, at this moment, Boko Haram has no ‘ after’ since it is by no means ended, regardless of what technical sayings such as ‘militarily degraded’ mean.

"But why don't we suppose indeed that we are in the past of Boko Haram. It is clear that the sequence is already decided, the ‘vacated ’ space has already been conceded, and the new territorial aspirants are already securely positioned. The continuity of an established Nigerian necropolis north to south, and the whole nation seems to be theirs without a battle and east to west has been consolidated.

Some necropoles are actually architecturally fascinating. They bring visitors from distant places, but those are works of artistry, veneration and dedication. They can be visual feasts, among whose structures the visitors really picnic, leave symbolic presents and blooms to hovering ancestors.

"When I read a short while ago, the Presidential guarantee to the state farming communities would soon be over and the present homicidal escalation between the cows prowlers, I felt mortified.

"He had the alternative, he said. Cattle ranches were being set up, and in another 18 months, rustlings, destruction from herdsmen of killings and livelihood would be ‘a thing of the past’. He ensured the country, eighteen months. I believe his Minister of Agriculture harked back to that afterwards, but with a time schema that is less dispiriting. Regardless, the external tourists have less perilous options."

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

His words: "However there's also internal tourism, to be considered a premium strength – both economically and in spirit of nation building and personal edification. This is an exercise I indulged in in the early sixties as by product of other engagements, like research. A lot nonetheless was only under curiosity. I can modestly claim to be among the top twenty-five percent internally traveled Nigerians, acquainted with feels, the smells and flavors of their geographic habitation. I wish the late Segun Olusola were around to testify to the unexpected bouts of tourist quests we made in his Volkswagen Beetle in the prewar sixties. Now, however, would the young adventuresome set out to see with its alleged curative pools from mere interest and the mystery caverns of Anambra? They'd think twice about it."

With private meetings with herdsmen, Soyinka laced his remarks as a hunter of note during his hunting expeditions.

He said: "I 'd observed a change of quality in forest meetings with cows herdsmen over the years.

At time, we thought they were Boko Haram, infiltrating under guise of cattle herding into the south. That has been then, and undoubtedly that surmise hasn't been firmly established or disproved.

"Lately however, I returned from a trip outside the country about to find that my home ground had been invaded, and a brand new "Appian way" sliced through my sanctuary. That ‘motorable’ path was made by the invaders that were hoofed. Curious journalists are invited to see, although both exit and the improvised entry are now blocked. In over two decades of living for the reason that ecological preserve, no such intrusion had ever happened. I haven't any idea whether they were Fulani or Futa Jalon herdsmen but, they were cattle herders, and they had cut a primitive swathe through my private grounds. I made enquiries and sent alerts including through the Baale of our neighborhood hamlet. There is no repeat, and hopefully it's going to stay the first and last of such invasion. What it portends nonetheless is for all thinking citizens to reflect upon, and take joint measures against."

Describing herdsmen as humankind’s first known tourists, Soyinka added: "They must be educated however that there's a culture of settlement, and learn to seek lodging with hosts that were settled wherever encountered.

The social activist decried the inability of authorities to articulate a coherent policy to handle the threat, saying: " It is not simply arbitrary violence that reigns across the nation but total, impunity that was undisputed.

"Impunity evolves and becomes incorporated in conduct when crime happens and no legal, logical and moral answer is offered. I've yet to hear this government pronounce a firm policy of non-endurance for the serial massacres have become the country’s identification stamp.

I haven't discovered an order given that any cattle herders caught with sophisticated firearms be immediately disarmed, detained, put on trial, and his cattle confiscated. The nation is treated to an eighteen-month affirmative strategy which, to make matters worse, smacks on innocents of abject appeasement and encouragement of violence.

" Let me repeat, and of course I simply request to be corrected if wrong: I 've yet to strike a terse, strenuous, soldierly and uncompromising language from this leadership, one that threatens a response for this unconscionable blood letting that would make naija update news today even Boko Haram repudiate its founding clerics."

He recalled attempt made "to utilize the Open Newsgroup platform of the Centre for International and Culture Understanding, Oshogbo, to start a national debate on the subject – ‘Sacred Cows or Holy Rights. ’ The hints were clear and the rampage of impunity was already manifesting a cultic intensity of alarming proportions. For reasons which are not too mouth-watering to go into here, the forum failed to take place.

" That challenge remains open, but should involve this assembly, which certainly includes educational agencies and tourist. It really is a gauntlet thrown down to be picked up, and urgently, by any one of the affected or troubled sectors of society, or indeed any concerned and capable party only at that seminar.

"The direction of any society cannot stand idly and offer alternatives that implicitly deem the massacres of innocents mere incidents on your way to that learning school. For every crime, there is a punishment, for every violation, there must be restitution. The nomads of the world cannot put themselves above the law of mankind that is settled. "

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

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

Speaking at the continuing national summit on culture and tourism in Abuja, the President noted that tourism brings individuals and human communities into contact through cultures and civilisation, including that tourism has the ability to help the world inhabitants to live better together and thus bring to peaceful co-existence between peoples and cultures.

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

While urging participants at the summit to develop proper policies and ideal approaches toward attaining the desirable goals, Buhari said the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture has a vital role to play in leveraging on the diverse cultures in Nigeria to inculcate the tenets of the country’s cultural values of integrity, truthfulness, sincerity and God consciousness in the citizens.

In his address, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Minister of Culture and Information, said his ministry in the past six months had taken a bold step to convert the state’s tourism potentials and tremendous ethnic into vast opportunities for job development and revenue generation.

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

The estimated losses imply undesirable effects of an identical scale to economic output, or GDP, for a wide range of developing countries, including India, Indonesia and Nigeria, as highlighted by the report.
According to the report, "when it is not too cold, people work less efficiently out-of-doors, the office, in factories or on the move because of diminished ability for physical exertion and for finishing mental jobs.

"Authorities and international organizations have put on thermal conditions at work. But climate change has already altered thermal conditions, " and " added warming is a serious challenge for any company or worker reliant on outdoor or non - air conditioned work. " Levels of heat are " that was very high even for populations that were acclimatized, it noted.
Speaking at the report’s launching, Sharan Burrow, ITUC General Secretary, said: "A rise in temperature hazards the health of workers and the productivity in work environments where heat is debilitating – climate activity is urgent to protect workers in the foreseeable future and now.

Based on General Secretary of UNI Global Union need to have use of enough time for rest breaks and a cooling environment, shade, water, protective clothes. This really is particularly true for those who do physical work out in the fields, mines and factories. Develop some effective policy responses and practical measures to protect workers and governments, and employers need to take this issue of the cauldron of a warming planet seriously. We understand the challenges and we know what needs to be done to allow it to be happen."

For Maria Luisa Silva, UNDP Geneva Manager "We embarked with this report to start the dialogue on how you can respond and cope with this, and to give recognition to this serious and specific anxiety. The challenges have to be addressed by authorities, employers, employees and other relevant international organizations if we wish to be able to attain the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030."

The release marked International Workers’ Memorial with the report calling workplace heat that is excessive a well-known productivity risk and work-related health behind growing risks of heat stroke, heat exhaustion and, "in extreme instances," death.

NMA says right of every Nigerian, worldwide health coverage

President of the Nigerian Medical Association, Dr Kayode Obembe, yesterday said in Abuja that universal health coverage is the right.

Obembe clarified that this right is guaranteed in the Constitution, where it is clearly stipulated that it was the duty of authorities to look after the health needs of citizens at primary, secondary and tertiary levels.

Moreover, Obembe said that patients have the right to prescription, examination, identification, investigation, consultation, history taking and management.

Obembe reiterated "If a doctor treats a patient, it truly is the right of that patient, if she or he has medical report, to be obliged details of what he's done, the way to continue management of such ailment, but it is not right to give the patient his or her instance note," he said.

According to him, instead of using the provisions to better the lots of Nigerians in relation to health, government has insisted that health is on making states, the concurrent legislative list and local governments to enact laws apart from the national.

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

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


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