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Tamara Pimentel APTN NewsFrom the small community of Mallard, Man., to representing her country and making history.That’s what Brigette Lacquette is about to accomplish when she suits up for the Canadian women’s hockey team next month at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.Once she steps on the ice she’ll be the first First Nations woman to play for Team Canada.“It’s something very special and exciting for me. I’m humbled by it,” said Lacquette.Besides being on the ice preparing for competition she’s also been helping those who will be cheering her on .For months, she has been working with students from Eagle Lodge Family School.“I’ve been doing video chats with them, sending them videos, sending them work to do. To finally get to see them and meet them and interact with them is pretty amazing,” she said earlier this week.“To be that person for them and show them and encourage them. You can achieve anything you want. Just set your mind to it. It doesn’t matter where you come from.”email@example.com
TORONTO — Moody’s Investors Service downgraded ING Bank of Canada on Friday after a two-notch downgrade of its Dutch corporate parent ING Bank N.V.The debt rating agency cut its senior deposit ratings of ING Bank of Canada to Baa1 from A2 on Friday after a two-notch downgrade of Dutch parent ING Bank N.V.’s financial strength rating to C-.“Today’s actions reflect the potential adverse effects of ING Bank N.V.’s lower capacity to support its Canadian subsidiary, as captured by its lower standalone credit assessment,” Moody’s said.“Moody’s expectation of the willingness or likelihood that ING would provide support to ING Bank of Canada if needed has not changed.” The agency also raised concerns about ING’s narrow business model in Canada in an increasingly more competitive market.ING offers basic banking services in Canada including high-interest savings and no-fee chequing accounts as well as mutual funds and mortgage lending.“Relative to peers, ING Bank of Canada has elevated interest rate risk because of its reliance on interest revenues and the product options embedded in the core Canadian residential mortgage product,” Moody’s said.“Moody’s believes that ING Bank of Canada manages these exposures carefully, but in a stress environment they could still result in material losses.”Moody’s cut the Canadian banks’ standalone bank financial strength rating to C- and its short-term deposit ratings were downgraded to Prime-2 from Prime-1.ING Bank of Canada’s outstanding subordinated bonds, which are unconditionally and irrevocably guaranteed by ING Bank N.V., were downgraded by four notches to Baa2 from A1.All the ratings carried a negative outlook.The Canadian Press
Noeleen Heyzer, Executive Director of the UN Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM), told reporters today at UN Headquarters in New York, that women who work in the justice field in 12 war-affected areas will take part in the three-day conference starting tomorrow.Participants will come from Afghanistan, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Haiti, Iraq, Kosovo, Liberia, Namibia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa and Timor-Leste.Ms. Heyzer said the conference is designed to spotlight those schemes or policies that have been successful at strengthening women’s rights to greater justice, and to encourage those schemes to be adopted in other war-affected countries or regions.”There is a justice deficit for women in countries that have been in conflict and coming out of conflict – in terms of the protection, in terms of the violations, in terms of the sexual violence that has been used on women,” she said.”But at the same time there is a tremendous opportunity when countries that are coming out of conflict to strengthen gender justice in the context of the rule of law.”The conference has been organized by UNIFEM and the International Legal Assistance Consortium (ILAC), which is based in Stockholm.
“It’s clear to anyone who puts their head below the waves that the fate of the world’s coral reefs is hanging in the balance,” said UNEP chief Erik Solheim. “At the moment these undersea explosions of colour and life face an extremely bleak future.”Coral reefs provide food and livelihoods for hundreds of millions of people around the world, support more than a quarter of all marine life, and protect communities and coastlines from natural disasters — and if urgent action is not taken, they could be lost forever. Eight international organisations have joined forces to advocate for decisive action to protect these natural wonders: UNEP, the International Coral Reef Initiative, the World Wildlife Fund, the Nature Conservancy, the Wildlife Conservation Society, Vulcan Inc., the Ocean Agency, and the Secretariat of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).“The expectations for this coalition could not be higher. Coral reef protection must become a global priority. Coral reefs need a better deal,” said Mr. Solheim, who unveiled the new partnership in the Egyptian coastal resort of Sharm El Sheikh. Dozens of ministers whose countries are party to the CBD are gathering there, together with experts and representatives of civil society organisations, to start a two-year process to adopt a global framework for protecting biodiversity, including coral reefs, around the world.The conference, which opened on Tuesday and will continue until 29 November, is a platform for decision-makers from more than 190 countries to make commitments and step up efforts to halt the biodiversity loss and protect the ecosystems that support health, and food and water security for billions of people worldwide.In addition, governments, private companies, NGOs and inter-governmental organizations; indigenous peoples and local communities; youth and civil society; are expected to make pledges in support of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020.The latest report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published in October 2018 warns that, even if we collectively manage to stabilize global surface temperatures to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, 70 to 90 per cent of coral reefs will be lost by the middle of this century. Continued failure to take action on climate change will result in even greater losses, the report warns.However, climate change is not the only major threat that reefs face. Over-fishing, pollution and coastal development have all caused major coral loss over the last 30 years. Reducing those threats can help recover the most resilient reefs after impacts – such as bleaching events, caused by above-average sea water temperatures due to global warming. “I am delighted to see that the issue of coral reefs is receiving the attention it deserves. We are now approaching the 2020 horizon and need to sharpen the focus on strategies for effective coral reef conservation and to support people who depend on them,” said Prince Albert II of Monaco.“The International Coral Reef Initiative General Meeting, which I will be hosting in Monaco this December, will be an important step and my wish is that it will lead to the adoption of a practical, effective, ambitious and realistic program of action,” he added. Cinzia Osele Bismarck / Coral Reef Image BankA lionfish on a reef in the Red Sea.
Brock University is seeking volunteers to participate in the Meridian Grande Parade as part of the Niagara Grape and Wine Festival.Interested students, alumni, staff and faculty are invited to walk with the Brock float on Saturday, Sept. 29 beginning at 11 a.m. Volunteers should plan to meet in downtown St. Catharines at 10:30 a.m. The exact location will be provided to all registered volunteers the day before the parade.In line with this year’s float theme, ‘Fall in love with Brock,’ ideal participants should represent the exceptional experiences offered by the University.Participants will be provided with a Brock T-shirt and are encouraged to bring enthusiasm, dancing skills, Brock spirit and high-fiving experience.To register, fill out a form on ExperienceBU or contact Sheena Erhardt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-688-5550 x6431.
Jonas Kaufmann, said to be one of the world’s greatest tenors, has suggested that half of the operatic repertoire could be struck from stages in the wake of the #MeToo movement and a climate of hostility towards misogynistic plot lines.Speaking about a recent performance of popular encore ‘Girls are Made to Love and Kiss’ in Santa Monica, he warned that increased public awareness of sexual harassment and assault could make popular lyrics inappropriate.The aria, from the 1925 operetta Paganini, features a man reflecting on women’s place as objects of male desire, singing: “I’m a man and I kiss her when I can”.“If I have to ask myself whether these tiny little erotic hints that composers gave in the 1920s are inappropriate, half of our operatic repertoire can’t be played any more,” Kaufmann said in an interview with The Spectator.His comments point to the influence of the #MeToo social media campaign against the sexual assault and harassment of women. In the light of fresh public awareness of the issue, many opera-goers are uncomfortable with the tendency for plots to end with the brutal death of a woman.Although it is common for women to play in so-called ‘trouser roles’, as male characters, the role of women in opera and gender imbalances in casting have long been the subject of controversy. A recent performance of Bizet’s Carmen in Florence replaced the death of the female lead with her murder of a jealous man, reversing the traditional ending. The reworking of the plot was intended to stage a “current Bizet”, which had a message of ‘anti-femicide’, the opera company said.Jonas Kaufmann is a world-class tenor singer, and has been cast in some of the most high-profile roles in the industry. He first performed at the New York Met in 2006, and has since been named as one of the world’s greatest living tenors.The #MeToo movement gained traction on social media last October, following a series of allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, which he denies. Since then, women from a number of industries have come forward with their experiences of sexual assault and harassment.Kaufmann’s comments come after the opera world was dragged into the #MeToo campaign in December by the suspension of renowned conductor James Levine from the Met. Mr Levine was accused of the sexual assault of three teenage singers in the 1960s. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
Individual news stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprn.Download AudioAlaska’s Health Insurers Call Marketplace Enrollment Figures Disappointing Annie Feidt, APRN – AnchorageThe Obama administration announced today more than seven million Americans signed up for health insurance on government run marketplaces by Monday’s enrollment deadline. In Alaska, the final numbers aren’t in yet. The two insurers on the state’s federally run marketplace say the initial figures leave plenty of room for improvement.Feds Ask King Cove to Weigh In on Road Alternatives Lauren Rosenthanl, KUCB – UnalaskaA group of tribal and government officials from King Cove are back from a week of lobbying in Washington, D.C. – and they’ve come home with a new assignment.Panel Proposes More Education Money, Pension FixThe Associated PressThe House Finance Committee has proposed an increase in education funding of about $300 per-student over three years.Alaska Native Languages Bill Clears Final House Committee Casey Kelly, KTOO – JuneauA bill that would symbolically make 20 Alaska Native languages official state languages is heading to the House floor for a vote.FDA Adds Alaska Salmon Testing To Radiation Monitoring Program Dan Bross, KUAC – FairbanksAlaska fish are being tested for radiation contamination from Japan’s leaking Fukushima Nuclear energy plant. The plant was damaged during an earthquake 3 years ago and continues to releases radioactive water into the sea.Study: Forecasts For Summer Arctic Sea Ice Lack Reliability Emily Schwing, KUAC – FairbanksYear-to-year forecasts of summer Arctic Sea Ice extent aren’t reliable. That’s according to a report out from the National Snow and Ice Data Center. A two-day workshop that started Today in Colorado will focus on ways to improve sea ice extent predictions.Study Says Melting Permafrost Emitting More Carbon Than Tundra Can Offset Anna Rose MacArthur, KNOM – NomeThe Arctic is warming two to three times faster than the rest of the globe. As temperatures increase, permafrost melts, releasing carbon dioxide, and the vegetation growing season lengthens, absorbing CO2. But a study being conducted by the Woods Hole Research Center and published in the journal Ecology, finds that the thawing permafrost emits more carbon dioxide than the tundra’s vegetation can offset.‘Fairbikes’ To Open In FairbanksDan Bross, KUAC – FairbanksA bike share business plans to start operating in Fairbanks this summer. “Fairbikes” owner Jennifer Eskridge previewed what’s planned for the North Star Borough assembly last week.Board to Review Proposal Limiting King Salmon Fishing to Federally Qualified Subsistence Users Ben Matheson, KNOM – NomeWith salmon fishing just a few short months away, the Federal Subsistence Board will consider a special action request to limit king salmon harvest in the Kuskokwim drainage to federally qualified subsistence users.April Fools: Balloons Are Future Of Brown Bear RelocationLori Townsend, APRN – AnchorageResidents in Alaska’s largest city are distressed by the increasing human/bear encounters in Anchorage parks, along the coastal trail and area streams. In the lead up to salmon spawning in local waterways, an Anchorage biologist is working on a brown bear relocation program. Dr. Robert Bastic has developed a plan that will safely take bears away from the heavy population of Anchorage while also providing a unique tourism experience. The method? Hot air balloons.
A woman and her mother-in-law were killed in a collision between a motorcycle and human hauler in Devgram of Kotalipara in Gopalganj on Friday morning, reports UNB.The deceased are Mansura Begum, 20, wife of a certain Nayeem Mollah and her mother-in-law Murshida Begum, 55, from Bhuturia village in Mollahat upazila of Bagerhat district.Md Kamrul Faruk, officer-in-charge of Kotalipara police station, said Nayeem along with his wife and mother was going to his father-in-law’s house in Bagerhat.The accident took place when a human hauler collided with the motorbike they were riding around 11:30am, leaving the two dead on the spot and Nayeem critically injured.Police sent the bodies to Gopalganj General Hospital morgue for autopsy while Nayeem was taken to Khulna Medical College Hospital for treatment, the OC added.
A depressed mother’s stress can pass on to infant before his or her life begins in many ways. But according to a new study, parenting strategies can combat the negative impacts of maternal depression on an infant.Stress can pass through the placenta to negatively impact the foetus in ways that manifest after birth such as birth weight, brain development and increased susceptibility to various ailments, said lead author Elisabeth Conradt from University of Utah in the US in a study. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting'”We were curious about whether maternal behaviour could ‘buffer’ the child against the effects of maternal depression, and if this buffering could be observed at the level of the infant’s epigenome,” Conradt added in the study published in Child Development.This study is the first to demonstrate that certain forms of maternal care-giving can have such an effect.The team worked with 128 infants of women with self-reported symptoms of depression and obtained DNA from the infants through cheek swabs and cortisol – a hormone released in response to stress, levels from their saliva. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixEach infant participated in three two-minute face-to-face play episodes with their mothers. The first play episode required normal play between mother and infant, the second episode required that the mothers be unresponsive to their infants and the third episode was a reunion episode where mothers were allowed to interact again.Maternal sensitivity, recorded every 30 seconds, was assessed using four scales.Greater levels of maternal sensitivity were related to lower levels of cortisol, the study found.”Many mothers struggle with depression but interact quite sensitively with their infants. In these instances, the mother may be ‘turning on’ certain genes that we think allow infants to manage stress in adaptive ways,” Conradt stated.
López Obrador said that this will be an example of how a rational, austere policy can be carried out within the framework of honesty and will mean a savings of 100 billion peso, which he says, will be invested in other places. Mexico City, Mexico — The President of Mexico has given the green light to begin work on the future International Airport General Felipe Angeles, in the Military Air Base of Santa Lucia. “We were going to spend the next three years building the new airport,” he said, explaining that this project will be more efficient than the Lake Texcoco (NAIM) airport project whose cost was estimated at 300 billion peso with an estimated completion date of 2024. Once finished, López Obrador’s airport project at the Military Air Base of Santa Lucia will be a mixed military-civil airport, replacing the canceled international airport project of former president, Enrique Peña Nieto. It is projected to be operational for 2021.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)
Share Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Investors Lenders & Servicers Movers & Shakers Processing Service Providers 2013-08-26 Tory Barringer in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing Loretta Kirkwood, an executive with experience in regulatory compliance and risk management, has taken a managing director role at “”CrossCheck Compliance, LLC””:http://www.crosscheckcompliance.com/, the Chicago-based company announced.[IMAGE]In her position, Kirkwood–an expert an bank regulation, operations, and technology–will expand CrossCheck’s regulatory consulting practice in fair and responsible lending. She will also consult with clients on Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) readiness, the Home [COLUMN_BREAK]Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), and the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA).””We are very pleased to have Loretta join our management team,”” said CrossCheck president and CEO James Jorgensen. “”With more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry and a formidable background in fair and responsible lending policies and procedures, Loretta is the perfect fit for CrossCheck, which serves as a trust advisor to our clients in this practice area.””Kirkwood joins CrossCheck from BancSolutions LLC and has worked for several consulting and software firms in the past. In addition, she works directly with regulators and other enforcement agencies to develop corrective action plans for better risk management practices at banks and mortgage companies.””I work with banks and mortgage companies every day, and we help them understand and navigate the increasingly complex world of regulatory compliance,”” Kirkwood said. “”I am delighted to become part of this well-respected and collaborative team of compliance specialists.”” August 26, 2013 429 Views New,Compliance, Risk Management Vet Joins CrossCheck Compliance
“When you’re struggling, that’s what people are going to remember first,” Warner said for the reason behind Whisenhunt’s firing, amongst others across the league. “That’s obviously why he (Whisenhunt) doesn’t have a job here in Arizona.”While the firing was rightfully earned in Warner’s eyes, he says it doesn’t deplete the value of Whisenhunt’s stock. “Look what coach Whisenhunt did here with this organization. No success for however long, he comes in, turns it around, wins a couple division championships, goes to the Super Bowl,” Warner said. “(He) did some amazing things that nobody has really done here before. That to me is why you have to give a strong look to somebody like Coach Whisenhunt.” Outside of Whisenhunt and the Cardinals, the other six head coaching vacancies came due to lackluster performances throughout — or to close out — the season. 0 Comments Share Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories On Tuesday afternoon, NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner joined Arizona Sports 620’s Doug & Wolf to discuss his former team and the changes it has made.Warner — being the player and man that he is — had strong feelings towards the hiring of Steve Keim and firing of his former coach, Ken Whisenhunt.He understood the due process of head coaching positions in the NFL, and knew the reasoning behind the Cardinals’ immediate actions after a second 5-11 season in three years. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires
A 56-year-old man was sentenced on Monday to 18 months in prison by the Paphos district court after being found guilty of causing a fatal road accident in 2015 that claimed the life of a 47-year-old man from Limassol.The man was found guilty of causing death due to reckless behaviour.The accident occurred in August 2015 when the lorry driven by the 56-year-old on the Limassol to Paphos motorway crashed into the back of a car with two passengers aged, 47 and 48, which was parked in the road shoulder. Both cars caught fire from the collision.After the fire service put out the blaze, 47-year-old Polykarpos Vlachos was found dead in the car, while the 48-year-old driver was taken to hospital.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
The Nicosia district court on Wednesday approved a sixth and final remand of eight days for 35-year-old suspected serial killer Nicos Metaxas, allowing police to complete the collection of statements and to assess additional locations and telecommunications data.Reading out a written statement to the court, police investigator Ioannis Yiorkadjis mapped out the details of the case involving the serial killings of seven people, five women and two girls.The case began unravelling on April 14 when the first body, that of 30-year-old Mary Rose Tiburcio from the Philippines was found in a mine shaft in Mitsero. The suspect’s confession to seven total victims, of which five bodies have so far been found, had justified the renewal of his remand in police custody which had by Tuesday extended for 40 days.Yorkadjis requested from the court a final remand of eight days to allow police to complete investigations before the suspect is charged next Thursday with the alleged crimes of murders, kidnapping, abduction, rape, indecent assault, attempting to destroy evidence and obstruction of justice among others.So far, police have collected 620 statements and another 20 were expected to help complete the case file, Yiorkadjis said.He added that scientific examination on 453 items of evidence are also expected to shed light on the case, as will results from tests on three vehicles belonging to the suspect.Forensic examinations are also ongoing to officially identify some of the victims as they were all badly decomposed.Yiorkadjis noted that police will also be examining four locations in Nicosia, and are awaiting approval of several pending requests for the disclosure of telecommunications data.Metaxas, who appeared before the court under tight security wearing a bullet-proof vest and once again without a lawyer, did not object to his further remand.Meanwhile searches are ongoing at the red lake for the third suitcase, believed to contain the body of Maricar Valdez Arguiola, 30, and at Memi lake in Xyliatos for the remains of Sierra Graze, a six-year-old girl and daughter of the first victim who was found on April 14.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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(NAN) SERAP in a petition dated 9 June,” The organization noted that it is seriously concerned about these violations and infringements of the right to freedom of expression and the media. saying rather than thoroughly investigate the violations prosecute perpetrators apologise and pay adequate compensation to companies concerned government has justified its action on the ground that newspaper distribution channels may have been infiltrated by some persons to transport materials with grave security implications It said government’s bully of the press demonstrates its increasing intolerance for the peaceful exercise of the rights to expression opinion information association and assembly by the citizens This it maintained contradicts the fundamental principles of pluralism tolerance and broadmindedness without which there can be no democratic society Continuing “SERAP believes that there can be no freedom unless thought is free and unrestricted; not free thought for those who agree but freedom for the thought others or we ourselves dislike It is only from the clash of ideas that truth can emerge for the best test of truth is the power of thought to get itself accepted in the competition of the market of ideas” “The right to freedom of opinion and expression is a core right of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights both of which Nigeria has ratified This right is important not only for protecting the citizens against undue infringements of the State but also guaranteeing effective participation of individuals and media houses in political life As such the right to freedom of expression can be described as an essential test right the enjoyment of which illustrates the degree of enjoyment of other human rights “The respect for this right reflects a country’s standard of fair play justice and honesty Freedom of expression is applicable not only to information and ideas that are favourably received or regarded as inoffensive or as a matter of indifference but also to those that offend shock or disturb the State or any sector of the population” SERAP recalled that “the Security Council resolution 1738 (2006) has condemned deliberate attacks against journalists media houses professionals and associated personnel even in situations of armed conflict and called upon all parties to put an end to such practices” “According to this resolution all States including Nigeria are to respect the independence of media houses and to comply with the relevant obligations under international law to end impunity and to prosecute those responsible for serious violations of the right to freedom of expression and media freedom” SERAP therefore urged the Special Rapporteur to: 1 Issue urgent appeal and measures to stop the continuing harassment and intimidation against independent media houses Unless the Special Rapporteur takes action urgently the effective enjoyment of the right to freedom of expression and media freedom will continue to be under grave threat 2 Remind the government of its duty to take immediate remedial measures and actions to eliminate these unjustified restrictions on the right to freedom of expression and the media 3 Ask the government to adopt measures necessary to guarantee the protection of journalists and media houses The body added that investigations have shown that soldiers harassed newspaper distributors and vendors and seized copies of several independent newspapers including Punch Vanguard Leadership Daily Trust and The Nation The SSS immediately decided to arrest Mr. did he offer you money and contracts and oil blocs? Did you accept If yes why and can you quantify them; if no why not All meetings with President Yar’Adua were discussions towards finding a just solution to the never ending circle of violence in the Niger delta He promised to do all in his power to justly address the concerns of the people of the Niger delta and he was doing just that before his death What were the promises he made vis-à-vis the Niger Delta struggle And did you think he was going to keep to his promises President Yar’Adua explained the complications involved in repealing legislations which robbed the people of the Niger delta of their land and promised measures to alleviate the suffering of the Niger Delta people and policies intended to promote participation of Niger Delta communities in the oil industry President Yar’Adua never ruled out the possibility of national dialogue aimed at restoring the stolen lands of the people of the Niger Delta and other parts of Nigeria His death prevented his sincerity from being tested It’s been three years or so since the general amnesty was offered What’s your assessment of it My understanding is that thousands of youths are being sent abroad for training President Jonathan’s demobilization program has no direction and is a massive fraud on Nigerians in several ways Firstly he is promising the country peace in the Niger delta without addressing the underlying factors responsible for militancy Secondly those benefiting from President Jonathan’s misuse of public funds were not involved in the armed struggle Virtually all fighters who partook in the attacks subsiding in 2009 are in the cities of the Niger Delta or re-armed and in the creeks so who is Jonathan’s government training in universities abroad Presently there are ten times more camps than existed in 2009 and a steady influx of weapons into the creeks and cities of the region Nigerians should wait a few months or one year at the most to test President Jonathan’s boast to having achieved an enduring peace in the Niger Delta The military avoids explaining to Nigerians that “bunkering” is facilitated by well-armed militia groups which have taken over territories previously occupied by those commanders now hiding in Abuja If these ex-commanders had any sort of control over their former territories there would be no need for security contracts or the re-equipping and strengthening of the JTF Piracy abductions for ransom hijacking of vessels carrying refined products and criminality is on the rise Oil industry vessels and trawlers now pay toll daily to traverse the territories of new commanders and it is only a matter of time before the delta re-erupts How did you feel after the untimely death of President Yar’Adua After his passing did you reach out to his family I had no direct access to Mr Yar’Adua’s family but extended my sympathy to them through a few of his close aides who I met on my earlier visits to Aso Rock Upon the death of President Yar’Adua I sensed that the Niger Delta and Nigerians were in big trouble President Jonathan though from the region to this day does not understand the problems of the people and how to solve them Goodluck Jonathan has adopted tactics employed by President Obasanjo such as bribing a few people; arresting dissenters and suppressing the media and news from the Niger Delta to create the illusion of peace in the region These short term measures are intended to mislead Nigerians long enough for President Jonathan to complete a term in office if possible All his policies relating to the Niger Delta do not in any way address the root cause of agitation; but rather reward violence and those engaged in violence as a means to seeking justice in the delta If President Jonathan survives a full term in office he will be bequeathing to his successor a worse Niger Delta than he inherited What in your opinion are the fundamental differences between Yar’Adua and Jonathan I did not know President Yar’Adua well enough to compare him with Jonathan I however believe him (Yar’Adua) to have been sincere in his intentions for Nigeria Goodluck Jonathan on the other hand I know to be lacking in initiative He is indecisive vindictive and sometimes petty President Jonathan relies heavily on gossip in making major policy decisions and is unable to form an independent unsentimental and unbiased opinion on any serious matter Several media houses at home and abroad have reported that you are a member and also the leader of MEND Are you a member of MEND and are you its leader Labeling me the leader of MEND is a gross misrepresentation of my contribution to our struggle If I am the leader of any one group how will I be able to get the ears of a rival group It suits the Nigerian government to brand me as the leader of MEND whilst trying to imprison me in South Africa In the same breath they present people to the local and international media as leaders of the same group when claiming to be in good relations with all armed agitators in the region As I have maintained I am respected by a great majority of true fighters in the Niger Delta — not the politicians paraded as fighters by President Jonathan I can with little effort access every weapon bearing individual in the Delta due to the respect they have for my continued contribution to the fight for justice in our land Fighters in the Niger Delta should be proud of their achievements so far and should never be deceived into believing that attacks on invaders and military occupiers amount to terrorism No In light of recent bombings of communities in the Delta and other unprovoked attacks by the Nigerian military communities and militia groups are wisely preparing better for the foreseeable confrontation with the Nigerian military and oil companies Are you responsible for the Independence Day Bombings in Abuja If not then who or what groups do you suppose is responsible for the bombings This question should be directed at President Jonathan He has repeatedly claimed to know those responsible for the Abuja bombings and their reasons for carrying out the bombings of October 1 2010 Remember President Jonathan also publicly exonerated me of complicity in these attacks My lawyers hope to obtain a statement from President Jonathan to be used during my trial proper He may have immunity in Nigerian courts but must defend himself here If President Zuma can appear in court in South Africa so can President Jonathan or at least he can provide a notarized statement to be used in my trial You’ve said elsewhere that the charges against you (by the Nigerian government) were all false: made up charges Why would the Jonathan government want to frame and destroy you What would he and his government gain by so doing Goodluck Jonathan is fearful of being exposed by me in many ways and believes it safe to keep me locked up far away from home Though the South African government is acting as a henchman of Goodluck Jonathan South African courts are not Nigerian courts and I am not James Ibori I am confident I will be freed eventually One of those on trial in Nigeria Edmund Ebiware was arrested on October 2 2010 at the Bolingo Hotel by the SSS for failing to provide them with information which they hoped would have prevented the bombings of October 1 2010 This young man (Ebiware) had for sometimes been supplying false intelligence on me to the SSS for a fee even though I have never met him This practice which is common and usually requires the connivance of an insider in the security services is termed “networking” He had also claimed to the director general of the SSS to be close to MEND Upon his arrest the SSS discovered in his car documents incriminating President? Mr. The AIG added that “No criminal has lived in his criminality and never been caught. was being held Monday at Clay County Jail in lieu of $50, court papers stated.
have been at odds over whether it should be destroyed or maintained.Larson said she found a contractor who could cheaply relocate it. “The General Court Martial is one of those instruments conferred on me by virtue of the Armed Forces Act Chapter A 20, it was with heavy heart that he decided to convene the General Court Martial.