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World War III: Why Nigerians must Leave Dubia immediately.

President Donald Trump had recently destroyed, Qassem Soleimani in a drone strike near Baghdad International Airport
It has seen a dramatic rise in tensions in the Middle East, with the State Department – as well as other western countries – urging citizens to get out of Iraq and Iran.
Tehran-based analyst Mohammad Marandi said the US has ‘declared war’ against the two countries and ‘it’s best for Westerners to evacuate countries like UAE and Iraq immediately’.
He furthered: ‘It is best for all American citizens to leave the region immediately. US occupiers will be forced to leave Iraq.’
Yoel Guzansky, an expert on Iran at the Tel Aviv-based Institute for National Strategic Studies, also said Iranian retaliation against US or Israeli targets was likely in the short term.
Guzansky said the killing struck a huge blow to Iran and restored American deterrence in the region.
It comes as Tehran announced three days of national mourning for the terrorist general Soleimani.
At Present— based on statistics— they are over 2000 Nigerians living in dubia — legally or illegally.
Dubai is the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the capital of the Emirate of Dubai. Located in the eastern part of the Arabian Peninsula on the coast of the Persian Gulf, Dubai aims to be the business hub of Western Asia.
Even though Dubai has always been one of the best choice— if not the favorite — for Nigerians as long as tourism is concern. It is pertinent to note that the security situation in the middle east should serve as concern to every citizen.
With the latest call by Iran’s foreign minister Zarif, who said “the killing was as ‘an act of international terrorism’ and now military experts have warned that holiday spots like Dubai, Abu Dhabi and even Israel isn’t safe for Westerners to be in at the moment.”
As it stands right now, no one can predict where these crises might leads to but it is important for every Nigerians to be security conscious.

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Nigeria Records 443 New COVID-19 Cases, Total Now 45,687

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The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed 443 new cases of COVID-19 in the country, as confirmed cases are now 45,687.

The agency made this known via its verified Twitter handle on Friday.

“On the 7th of August 2020, 443 new confirmed cases and 6 deaths were recorded in Nigeria.

“Till date, 45687 cases have been confirmed, 32637 cases have been discharged and 936 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.

“The 443 new cases are reported from 19 states- Plateau (103), Lagos (70), FCT (60), Ondo (35), Edo (27), Rivers (27), Kaduna (20), Osun (19), Borno (18), Oyo (18), Kwara (11), Adamawa (9), Nasarawa (7), Gombe (6), Bayelsa (4), Imo (4), Bauchi (2), Ogun (2) and Kano (1),” the NCDC said.

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See the breakdown of cases by state below;

Confirmed Cases by State

States Affected No. of Cases (Lab Confirmed) No. of Cases (on admission) No. Discharged No. of Deaths
Lagos 15,697 2,386 13,119 192
FCT 4,301 3,019 1,237 45
Oyo 2,843 1,410 1,402 31
Edo 2,367 186 2,085 96
Rivers 1,938 276 1,609 53
Kano 1,609 252 1,303 54
Delta 1,557 110 1,404 43
Kaduna 1,550 186 1,352 12
Ogun 1,430 187 1,219 24
Plateau 1,397 748 629 20
Ondo 1,278 597 654 27
Enugu 880 377 485 18
Ebonyi 838 19 793 26
Kwara 826 462 343 21
Katsina 746 265 457 24
Borno 652 48 569 35
Gombe 626 73 530 23
Abia 625 103 517 5
Osun 605 263 329 13
Bauchi 576 36 526 14
Imo 476 318 148 10
Nasarawa 367 136 223 8
Benue 356 285 64 7
Bayelsa 346 22 303 21
Jigawa 322 3 308 11
Akwa Ibom 234 55 171 8
Niger 226 49 165 12
Adamawa 185 87 86 12
Ekiti 159 81 76 2
Sokoto 154 138 16
Anambra 142 41 83 18
Kebbi 90 82 8
Zamfara 77 1 71 5
Taraba 72 13 55 4
Cross River 68 18 42 8
Yobe 67 2 57 8
Kogi 5 3 2

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BREAKING: Edo Assembly: Bola Tinubu attacks Obaseki, makes fresh claims against Governor

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The National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Bola Tinubu, has reacted to recent events at the Edo State House of Assembly, describing Governor Godwin Obaseki’s actions as “the gravest possible assault on constitutional democracy and the rule of law and escalation of violence and tension in the state he purports to govern.”

Tinubu said this in a statement he personally signed and made available to DAILY POST on Friday.

The former Lagos State Governor berated Obaseki, accusing him of making a mockery of Nigeria’s constitution by blocking the timely inauguration of two-thirds of the elected members of the Edo State House of Assembly, and now resorting to the strong-arm tactics of dictators.

According to Tinubu, Obaseki had sponsors hoodlums to deface, indeed destroy, parts of the House of Assembly Building in Benin while feigning the building is undergoing renovation.

“Then, he imports sand and gravels to prevent access to the assembly complex,” Tinubu said.

He noted that by this singular act, Obaseki spent state “funds to thwart the very apparatus of the state government he was sworn to uphold.”

Tinubu said that the Governor squandered “public money to defeat the very will of the public. This is tragic beyond words.”

The statement added, “As a pretext for his refusal to allow the Edo House of Assembly to function, Governor Obaseki’s actions are perverse. This is a cowardly act and a move to thwart representative democracy in Edo.

“No renovation has been planned for the state house building. No appropriation was made in the state’s budget. The only reason any renovation could be deemed necessary is the destruction wrought by his own goons.

“Governor Obaseki’s governance of Edo State recalls the worst excesses of our military past and represents a direct threat to the democratic order. By his refusal to permit duly elected members of the Edo State House of Assembly to perform their constitutional duties, Governor Obaseki betrayed contempt for the people of his state and, unfortunately, his ignorance of Nigeria’s constitutional order. As a Governor he ought to know better than to obstruct the functioning of his own legislature, but perhaps he is in need of a quick lesson.

“The legislative function is, perhaps, the most foundational obligation of any government. In the UK, the Parliament was famously said to be “that supreme and absolute power, which gives life and motion to the English government”. In most democratic systems, the legislature is the arm of government containing within itself the people’s representatives in government.

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“As such, the legislative arm is critical. It is an important symbol of democratic governance. The voice, will and desires of the people are reposed in their elected representatives sent to the legislature to express and distil their amorphous will into the laws and codes by which the society has agreed to live.

“In the context of a constitutional democracy such as ours, the legislature’s authority stems, in effect, from the recognition that it is the authentic mouthpiece of the people, entrusted with the responsibility of representing their collective will and the power to interpret and mould it into the laws of the land. It is, in short, not to be toyed with as a plaything of an errant and ill-disciplined governor. Undermine the legislature and you imperil democracy and allow governance to descend into anarchy.

“Indeed, it is no coincidence that of the three arms of government, the powers of the legislature are enumerated first, in our Constitution. The legislature is the authority imbued with the power to make laws for the peace, order and good governance of the federation and states. Indeed, the Constitution makes clear that a Governor’s role primarily extends to the maintenance and implementation of the laws set down for him by his state’s legislature.

“In placing himself above the legislature, deciding who gets in and who is shut out, Governor Obaseki not only places himself above the nation’s constitutional order, he places himself above the people of Edo State whose representatives he so brazenly tramples upon. One can only wonder, given the desperation with which he has acted and his belligerent refusal to honour the free choice of the people of his own state, what mortal offence the majority members he has shut out have committed to warrant such treatment.

“Although Governor Obaseki’s conduct in the past year is undoubtedly impeachable, these legislators have made no threat to impeach the Governor. Their only desire is to peacefully perform the duties asked of them by the constituents who elected them. What, then, is their offence?

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“By all appearances, the Governor is punishing these legislators for their loyalty to a party that is no longer his own. If every governor behaves as he, obstructing the performance of any legislator who does not pledge to him their undying fealty, the entire edifice of democratic governance in Nigeria would grind to a complete halt.

“In his campaign for re-election, Governor Obaseki promises to represent and defend the interests of all the people of his state. Yet, so blinded is he by his personal ambition, he sees no irony in the fact that his actions have denied two-thirds of the people of his state their right to representation in the state’s only legislative chamber.

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“Governor Obaseki must think the people of his state to be as foolhardy and ignorant as he, for even as he courts their votes, he continues to make a mockery of the institution of democracy in his own House of Assembly. If Governor Obaseki believes the people are not aware of this inherent irony, he will undoubtedly learn the cost of this grave miscalculation in the fullness of time.

“The rule of law and preservation of democracy is too important to sacrifice at the altar of any one man’s ambition. Governor Obaseki’s woeful leadership of Edo State will hopefully be brought to an end soon by the very people whose rights he has so carelessly trampled upon. One can only hope that the damage he is doing to the most important of the state’s democratic institutions can just as easily be repaired.”

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