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Wonders can never end in this country called “Nigeria”, and there is nothing within the capacity and capability of humans that is impossible in this country. A visit to some petroleum dispensing stations at the weekend revealed a shocker. You can guess what it looks like. Petrol stations that were selling products, especially, the premium motor spirit in the early hours, suddenly shut down sales. The gesture which was reminiscent of several other cases that have translated to incessant unsolicited increases in the pump price suggests a bad omen for the common citizen. It presupposes that a scarcity or euphemistically as Government would put it (artificial scarcity) which inevitably will culminate to increase, is imminent. Many petroleum marketers have started hoarding petroleum products to cause artificial scarcity that will trigger panic buying on high prices with the attendant hazards associated with storage of petroleum products in residential homes.
The Nigerian economy is predominantly bullish in nature—people buy in the anticipation that prices of commodities will rise soon so they can sell at a new price to make profit. Though profit making is a characteristic of the capitalist economy, it is more often than not done without human face. It is draconian, outrageous and generally unacceptable.
One wonders what will occasion the sudden plan for an upward review of petroleum prices regime barely two months the pump prices of the premium motor spirit and other petroleum products were increased, with the PMS going from N165 to N190 per litre. Could it be that the planned removal of subsidy by the Federal Government is responsible for the hoarding, so available products can be sold at the reviewed price for enhanced profit to the detriment of consumers?. The prices of petroleum products are highly influenced by the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) rather than the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulating Agency (PPPRA), thus placing the consumers at the mercy of marketers in a profit- driven capitalist economy. How can such give the consumer a fair deal and hope in the chain?.
In the last one decade, price of premium motor spirit(PMS) has increased by N135 from N65 to N190 per litre the current price.
It is disheartening to experience such imposed increases in a country without a social welfare scheme, a country that the unemployment rate is unprecedented, and majority of citizens live below poverty level.
The premium motor spirit and the kerosene that are presently out-of-stock in petroleum products dispensing stations are products that have direct bearing on the lives of the common citizens of Nigeria. Incessant increases without considering the income level of the common people suggests that the Federal Government is not a government of the common people. It is an oligarchy in the garb of democracy. A government that derives its legitimacy from the people should be a steward and accountable to be, always having the interests of the people paramount in its policies and programmes.
In the over seven years of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration alone, petroleum products prices have been reviewed five times with impunity without resistance from Nigeria Labour Congress, Trade Union Congress or Civil Society and Human rights Groups. This in my considered view smacks of conspiracy.
It would be recalled that Dr Goodluck Jonathan’s administration was ‘demonised’ by the South-West media, organised labour and civil society organisations over planned removal of petroleum subsidy and a single digit upward review of petroleum prices.
What baffles me is that those organisations which claim to be vanguards of the welfare of the downtrodden Nigerians are looking the other way today, even in the face of astronomical increases by the present administration led by General Muhammadu Buhari.
What could have informed the complacency and non-chalant attitude of labour union and the civil society groups?
The outrageous petroleum products price regimes of President Buhari-led administration are enough to trigger a thousand times more protests than what was done by the human rights and civil liberty groups and Labour.
The Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress can best be described as “toothless” for failing to rise in defence of workers in Nigeria even amid unimplemented N30,000 National Minimum Wage by some states and local government areas in the country. The Minimum Wage increase was supposed to serve as a palliative for the obnoxious economic policies of the Federal Government. But organised labour has not made good her threat to ground the wheel of industry in the country if defaulting states failed to implement the minimum wage to their workers.
The increases in petroleum products prices no doubt, have far- reaching debilitating consequences on the common man who bears the brunt as the consumers. Increase in prices of PMS will affect fares, small scale business operators will increase the price of commodities correspondingly and the consumer pays for the differences in increase on Petrol and transportation through price hike.
No government that has the interest of the people at heart will contemplate petrol pump price increase without first initiating a sustainable hardship mitigation or relief package. This is why Nigerians should rise in civil disobedience to check the excesses of the present administration at the federal level. Nigerians should intentionally put their destinies in their hands to resist the assault on their sensibilities. The Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress seem clueless and compromised and can no longer protect the right of workers or carry out their statutory obligations. The human rights and civil society organisations that are predominantly western are caught in the web of ethnic and primordial sentiment. The National Assembly is more of a composition of self-serving people than representatives of the Nigerian populace whose taxpayers’ money is being used to fund Senators, House of Representatives members and the activities of both chambers.
How can one explain the continued closure of public universities in most states of the country since February, 2022 without the almighty Organised labour, Civil Liberty /Society and human rights groups prevailing on the Federal Government to succumb to the demands of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), for the sake of parents, students and society who are the consumers of education.
This country cannot afford to go through the thin and harrowing effect of another increase in the pump price of petroleum products in the face of biting economy, unemployment and poverty.
By: Igbiki Benibo
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I find it difficult to explain why the misunderstanding between the presidential flag bearer of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP), in the person of Alhaji Abubakar Atiku, and the sitting Governor of Rivers State, Chief (Barrister) Nyesom Wike, has continued to fester. Could it be that the teaming supporters of the both sides to the conflict have chosen to fuel the conflict, operating from the shadow, rather than join well-meaning party loyalists to douse the flaming fire blazing to consume the fortunes of the party in its determination to win the 2023 general elections? For crying out loud, this is about unsitting the All Progressives Congress (APC), at the center.
The principal actors in this conflict; Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, the PDP presidential flag bearer, and Chief Nyesom Wike, the Rivers State Governor, are both men of timber and caliber that need not be undermined or underrated in the scheme of things, as far as politics and politicking are concerned in the current political space.The antecedent of Alhaji Atiku Abubakar as a former vice president under the Obasanjo administration; his earned reputation as a democrat resulting from the favourable outcome of various judicial battles against the PDP and president Obasanjo in the 4th Republic; and his reputation for winning party presidential primaries, have gone a long way to enrich his political profile as an acknowledged politician.
On the other hand, Governor Nyesom Wike is a known political stalwart, whose reputation as a ‘‘talk- na-do’’ politician in Rivers State, cannot be contradicted. He is also an outstanding politician, a grassroots mobiliser; a political juggernaut, who is wont to have his way in any project he puts his mind on. Governor Wike is a no nonsense politician whose mind has always been focused. He is also a known fighter, and can easily draw up support for his cause, from among his teeming support base in the state and at the national level. He is the acknowledged author of the Grassroots Development Initiative. (DGI) – a winning strategy for political mass mobilisation which he successively deployed to win his political opponent in his first outing as the governorship candidate in Rivers State, in the 2015 election.
His mania for projects, executing viable infrastructural projects, is evident in the numerous projects he has had the opportunity to execute in the short space of seven years, since he assumed office in 2015. No wonder, even his political adversaries have come to terms with the nick name given to him by the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, as ‘‘Mr Project’! This name was earned by Wike when he (Osinbajo) commissioned one, in the series of projects executed by the Governor, in his first term in office, as Governor of Rivers State. No doubt, each of the duo is an asset to the party they both belong. Hence, nothing should be done to discourage either of them from contributing their respective quota to the expressed interest of the Peoples Democratic Party in winning the presidential and other elections, scheduled for 2023. With this objective in view, both parties have essential roles to play in order to usher their party (PDP) to overwhelming victory in the upcoming elections in 2023, of course we need not be told that time is of the essence, and they can not afford the luxury of dragging feet over this matter anymore.
For the avoidance of doubt, the former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, as the leader of the party, should necessarily take the initiative of calling a truce, to bring the flaming fire down, immediately.
He needs the support and the votes of all Nigerians to succeed in his political quest of becoming the executive President of Nigeria, come 2023. If you ask me, the former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, was less diplomatic in saying publicly that he could do without the votes of a particular state in winning the presidential elections, come 2023. This unguarded outburst was rather uncalled for; and I suspect this, more than any other factor, had added the fuel that is prolonging the current crisis in the party today.
In a contest of the magnitude the PDP is into right now, no one is indispensable and no contribution is unimportant. Hence, Atiku should calm down and put his house in order before his unseen enemies pull the carpet from under his feet. He has been in the presidential race for so long that he cannot afford to let this rare opportunity elude him. Before it becomes too late, he should quickly address the internal hiccups in the party, so he can roll out his plans to face the real opponents of his party. He should know that victory for him is victory for his party; and victory for the party is victory for all the members.There is a big, and a more noble picture ahead of him currently i.e. winning the presidential election, come 2023. He should not make the mistake of ever thinking that his party could easily defeat a sitting government without fostering internal unity within the party.
Recall that during the Jonathan era, in an election year, crisis like this erupted, the ruling party (still the PDP) ignored the expressed grievances of some influential members of the party, thus forcing them to form a ‘‘New PDP’’ faction that eventually defected to the All Progressives Congress (APC), thereby paving the way for APC’s victory in the general election in 2015. “A stitch in time”, they say, “saves nine”.
What’s happening within the main opposition party now is akin to what was witnessed in 2015. The slight difference being that, then, the party was the ruling party with all the apparatus of government at its disposal. Yet, it lost to the new party (APC) which literally came from nowhere to win the 2015 election.
The possible consequence of the Peoples Democratic Party’s blatant refusal to heed to Wike’s call for restoration of internal party democracy with the rightful representation of all the zones in the party’s executive platform, could pose a serious distraction for the party’s flag bearer from focusing on the greater goal of winning the presidential election next year, it could be too late for him to recover from the avoidable mistake. Occasion may arise when one would be forced to cry over spilled milk. Why not get it right, now?
Will the current personality crisis within the main opposition party (PDP) lead to a similar development in the course of the electioneering campaign? This is difficult to forecast but the answer to this poser can only be proffered by the current leadership of the party. Would the party throw away the baby with the bath waters? Or would it do the needful now to save the fortunes of the party, come 2023? The ball is in the court of the presidential flag bearer of the opposition party, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. There is an adage that if a snake enters a pot and you desire to kill it, it is imperative that you develop a careful strategy to achieve this objective, otherwise you may end up breaking the pot, and risking the escape of the snake at the same time. Wisdom is profitable to direct.
By: Pius Obute
Obute is an Abuja-based writer.
A healthy lifestyle is measured by diet, exercise and sleep. Nigeria is one of the most populated countries in Africa. The perception of Nigerians on the aspect of eating healthy encompasses many factors such as, socio-economic and cultural. In Nigeria, eating healthy can be difficult to achieve because of unavailability of resources to purchase healthy fruits and foods. In the United States of America, USA, healthy fruits and vegetables are more expensive than buying unhealthy food such as fast foods and junks. Eating right can help prevent weight gains, and health issues such as obesity, hypertension etc.
Healthy eating has been the rave for the last two or three years. More and more people are becoming aware of the impact of unhealthy eating but complain that it is impossible to maintain this style of eating in Nigeria because it is simply too expensive. Eating healthy on a budget can certainly seem impossible when organic and natural foods can seem scarce and more expensive. The good news is that eating healthy does not mean that you have to break the bank. You can actually eat healthy real food on a budget in Nigeria.Fresh produce is always great, but the cost can add up fast. Fruits and vegetables can vary tremendously in price, depending on the time of year and the source especially strawberries, kale, mangoes. Fruits and vegetables are seasonal.
When most people think vegetables, they think vegetables that are imported. Nigeria has a wide range of delicious and affordable healthy vegetables that with little research can be made into scrumptious nutritious meals. For example, pumpkin leaves which are locally known as Ugu is a leafy vegetable used for both culinary and medicinal purposes. It is rich in minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron and folic acid, vitamins A, C and, k and lots of minerals. it improves blood count, helps manage diabetes and cholesterol levels. It is used for various meals including Eforiro soup, Okra soup, Edikaikong etc. Another vegetable is Jute leaves also known as Ewedu. Once it is blended, it becomes slimy and has the same consistency as Okra. It is an excellent source of fibre, it is low in calories but high in vitamins, in herbal medicine, it is used to control or prevent dysentery, worm infestation and constipation. Poor eating and feeding practices start from the earliest days of a child’s life.
In Nigeria, malnutrition remains a major public health and development concern. As children begin transiting to soft or solid foods around the six-month, many are introduced to the wrong kind of diet . As children grow older, their exposure to unhealthy food becomes alarming, driven largely by inappropriate marketing and advertising, the abundance of ultra-processed foods in cities but also in remote areas, and increasing access to fast food and highly sweetened beverages. When it comes to our health, the food we put in our body can have a significant effect, especially when it comes to our heart. Weight gain, physical inactivity, stress, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and obesity can greatly increase the risks of heart disease and various cancers.
The food we eat gives our bodies the information and fuel it needs to properly function. If it does not get the right information, our metabolic processes can suffer and our health can decline. It is essential to have good nutrition based on healthy eating habits to enable you stay healthy, active, and live a longer life. The nutrition you put in your body can help you avoid certain diseases that can put your life at risk and cause your health to deteriorate.The nutrients from the food we put in our bodies give our cells the ability to perform their necessary functions. In other words, giving our bodies the right nutrients can help you grow to a healthier version of yourself. Thinking about food from this aspect goes beyond calories and good food versus bad food. You need to focus on the foods you are putting in your body versus the foods you are excluding.Look at food as a way to fuel your body and help fight cardiovascular diseases.
The food we eat goes through a digestive process. Part of this process involves absorbing vitamins and minerals from that food and distributing it into the blood stream which leads to the blood vessels, coronary arteries, and the heart muscle. Depending on what types of food you eat, your heart can pump harder and exert more energy. This could eventually lead to heart failure and a heart attack.Your sodium intake plays a major role in affecting your heart rate and blood pressure. By consuming salty foods, your body will retain water to dilute the blood volume. This causes more blood to circulate throughout your body and your heart to work harder. Poor nutrition is caused by putting the wrong types of food in your body that do not have the nutrients that we need most. These foods include ones that are low in fibre and vitamins or are high in fat, sugar, and salt. While many of the packaged foods we purchase at the grocery store meet our taste bud requirements, the way they are packaged and stored may strip the food of the nutrients our body requires and eliminate your chance of healthy weight loss.
Poor nutrition can also be caused by overeating. If you are taking in more calories than you are burning each day, even if these are the “right” foods, it can eventually cause weight gain and lead to obesity. If you suffer from being overweight or obsessed, this can lead to diabetes and heart problems. On the other hand, if you are under eating you could be depriving your body of the nutrients it needs. Those who suffer from diseases such as anorexia or bulimia are just as much in jeopardy of heart complications and disease as those who over eat. If you are concerned about the number of calories you are putting in your body it is best to discuss with your doctor or nutrition and dietetics expert.
Poor nutrition can affect your health in many ways, not only can it lead to certain diseases but it can also affect your mental health, energy levels, complexion, and your overall well being. In the short term, poor nutrition can contribute to stress, tiredness, and reduce our capacity to work.
By: Favour Harry
With the remarkable achievements recorded in the last two to three years in the drive towards Nigeria becoming a fully digititalised economy, the news that Nigeria is set to launch a world class and tastefully built Tier IV Data centre is a welcome development, especially when it is coming at a time when a lot of data is being generated across corporate organisations and industries at an alarming rate, and in all this, we are not just talking of data in its raw sense, but personal and corporate information of individuals, organisations and governments being daily created, that if not protected and documented properly, will be a recipe for disaster. We are talking of data with the potential to make or mar the development of any nation and the people within it. This is why it is timely that the Galaxy Backbone (GBB) is set to launch its Tier IV Data centre into the public and private sector space of Nigeria. For an organisation that was set up only in 2006 by the Federal Government as a Limited Liability Company for the benefit of Nigeria as a whole, it has in the last seven to eight years, successfully run the only Tier III Data centre in the nation’s public sector space, a great feat indeed. It is now deploying state-of-the-art digital infrastructure and applying international best practices to backstop public sector organisations with sensitive data and a growing number of private sector organisations to provide services. The level of professionalism on offer has become a reference point for other organisations that are considering getting on the platform.
GBB’s Tier IV Data centre is positioned to attract organisations looking at deepening their digital services at vastly reduced cost of technology infrastructure, improved efficiency and productivity. It has also enhanced business continuity through Cloud and Disaster Recovery services. The infrastructure has been specifically built to respond to the desire of its growing base of customers and stakeholders. GBB Tier IV Datacentre storage has capacity of about 2.2 petabytes. This translates to huge amounts of data that can be securely stored. Its responsibility to the agencies of the Federal Government of Nigeria consists of providing shared services from its ICT Infrastructure that will enhance and promote government’s digital services in a smart, secure and sustainable manner. The huge investments that have gone into this infrastructure are for the benefit of public and private establishments and the experience of GBB in building, deploying and providing infrastructure as a service, is a testimony to its ability to manage and continue in this line of business. This Infrastructure, the first Tier IV Datacentre in the nation’s public sector and the only of its kind, built out of the nation’s commercial city, Lagos and situated in another commercial hub of the country, Kano, for disaster recovery, back-up and redundancy purposes will in no small measure enhance and deepen Nigeria’s Digital Economy drive towards becoming one of the most recognised digital economies of the world as envisioned by President Muhammadu Buhari and institution led by the Honourable Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Prof. Isa Ali Ibrahim (Pantami).
It is also worth recalling that, in 2020, the vision driven by the Honourable Minister to get Nigeria to become a fully digitalised economy by the year 2030 was put together in the document called the National Digital Economy Policy and Strategy (2020 – 2030) and was launched by the President.
In this document, eight pillars were identified as key instruments to help drive Nigeria towards digital transformation. One of the pillars is solid Infrastructure. This TIER IV Datacentre feeds directly into the execution of that pillar from just being a policy to reality and further moves Nigeria greatly on its journey towards becoming a digitally transformed nation. It also forms a huge achievement for the Minister, the President and the nation at large being able to have such an expansive structure with the capacity and ability to store securely, huge amounts of data being generated by small businesses, government and other organisations across the country.The role of the GBB is crucial to the development and enhancement of the standard of living of the people, when one thinks of how important data is today in the life of professionals in Nigeria and across the globe. It has been widely reported that, worldwide, people generate, on a daily basis, over 5 quintillion bytes of data.
Significantly, 51 per cent of this will, by 2025 be stored in datacentres and 49 per cent will be in the public cloud. However, according to the IDC, 46% of the world’s stored data will reside in public cloud environments.
What is interesting about these statistics is the reality that this data will be generated by individuals and organisations across sectors. That is why GBB’s Chief Executive Prof. Muhammad Bello Abubakar, is very passionate about correcting the narrative that the organisation is in competition with other private sector ICT companies. According to Abubakar, “Our goal is to collaborate with other private sector ICT companies to enhance digital transformation in Nigeria. So, I invite all of us, to leverage this Tier IV Datacentre for the collective benefit of our customers and stakeholders’.
It is important to realise that it is only through such initiatives and partnerships that the benefits of data sovereignty are attained. This is because, at the heart of this, we all deserve to know where our data is stored, what it is being used for and how quickly we can access it. One big lesson we ought to have learnt from the last pandemic and how it has transformed our lives even up till today is the power of data-driven by digital platforms that enabled people to connect with one another, build relationships, transact business and solve problems without any physical contact. The trust and confidence placed on GBB at that time, gave it the opportunity to play a formidable role which yielded great achievements and continues to propel it to raise the bar in its provision of digital services across the country.
Prof. Abubakar’s leadership in Galaxy Backbone since he resumed in 2020 has led to a lot of progress and pivotal achievements. The organisation is living its re-invigorated mission to provide state of the art digital infrastructure and services for a digital Nigeria. In doing this, it aligns with government priorities, underpinned by a commitment to data sovereignty.
Security of government data is strengthened. He has determination and passion to ensure that Galaxy Backbone plays its role in the nation as the Digital Infrastructure platform of choice for the government and other businesses. Meanwhile, we have begun to see great results with this Tier IV Datacentre built in record time according to global standards of design and operation. It is no surprise that Uptime Institute, which is the globally recognised institute for certifying data centres, has certified the Datacentre of Galaxy Backbone, having met all the criteria and guidelines for a TIER IV Datacentre.
The Tier IV Datacentre is a game changer for everyone across sectors of Nigeria, i.e. education, health, digital media, SMEs, government, financial services, etc. This is set to support and encourage consistency and sustainability in generation and protection of data that will aid in transforming lives, enhancing business opportunities and promoting economic prosperity.
Hassan, a writer on emerging technologies, sent this piece from Abuja.
By: Bashir Ibrahim Hassan
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