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Nigerian Man Gets Presidential Applause For Making Electric Bikes In Uganda

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A Nigerian man has gotten presidential applause in Uganda for making electric bikes in the country. Media sources identified the Nigerian man as a talented engineer and scientist in Uganda. His name is Professor Emeka Akaezuwa and he is said to be the Vice Chancellor of the International University of East Africa in Uganda.

Meet the Nigerian man who got Ugandan presidential applause for leading a team to produce electric bikes in Uganda

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It is often said that Nigerians love to show their strength, talents and creativity wherever they find themselves across the world. This has just been proven once again by Professor Emeka Akaezuwa who is now praised for inventing electric bikes in Uganda. Despite being a Nigerian man working as Vice Chancellor of a school in Uganda, he is still giving all his best to improve the country in his own way. The wonderful engineer led a team of talented researchers to build electric motorbikes that are fully functional. As a matter of fact, the bikes are said to be plying public roads already in Kampala, the capital city of Uganda.

The Nigerian professor who developed electric motorbikes in Uganda has gotten wider recognition. Press reports claim that President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda recently applauded the project led by the Nigerian man. The Ugandan president described the electric motorbikes project as “groundbreaking”. He mentioned that e-bikes will serve as a good solution for people facing fuel problems in Uganda. Also, e-bikes are obviously a great means of departing from petrol-powered vehicles. What is more interesting about the Nigerian man’s project is the fact that he developed electric bikes using local talents in Uganda. It feels so good to always see Nigerians abroad doing great things and making the nation proud overseas.

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FG Plans To Sell Electricity Transmission Company

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The Federal Government is currently gearing up to put the Transmission Company of Nigeria, up for sale, Saturday PUNCH has learnt.

The fresh move comes on the heels of stalled negotiations between the Federal Government and the National Union of Electricity Employees as the latter threatens to shut down the economy.

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A source close to the matter, on Thursday, told The PUNCH, on condition of anonymity, that talks to resolve pending disputes between the workers and the Federal Government had hit the rocks, and was “currently not yielding the desired results.”

“The Federal Government is quietly negotiating with buyers to sell the TCN. The process will be announced soon,” the source had said.

The workers have, for the second time, threatened to shut down the national grid over unmet demands by the Federal Government.

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According to the Zonal Organising Secretary, North-West, NUEE, Comrade Dukat Ayuba, while briefing newsmen in Kaduna on Thursday, explained that although negotiation was still ongoing, the group would embark on a fresh strike.

He described the privatisation process as a scam.

He added, “That was why we kicked against privatising the distribution sector, because the investors don’t have the capacity and expertise. As committed Nigerians, we advised the government against it. But the government was hellbent on doing so.”

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According to him, investors were still operating with obsolete equipment dating back to 35, 40, and 50 years, stating that one would expect that with their coming, they would replace the obsolete equipment but nothing had been done.

He regretted that the nation still generated 5,000 megawatts of electricity, saying that it was the same old 5,000 megawatts, with no benefit from privatisation.

General Secretary, NUEE, Joe Ajaero, confirmed Saturday PUNCH findings about stalled negotiations. He told our correspondence that no agreement had been reached.

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“No agreement yet. They are playing pranks. To compute the money they owe, they said their database is corrupted. Even the meeting of today has been put off,” he said.

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Four Confirmed Dead As Building Collapses In Mushin, Lagos (Photo)

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The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) on Friday confirmed that four persons died while one was rescued in the building collapse at Oye Sonuga Street, Palm Avenue, in Mushin, Lagos.

Earlier, the Lagos State Government also said it would investigate the cause of the building collapse.

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The Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, Mr Omotayo Bamgbose-Martins, while visiting the site of the three storey building, directed that the building be pulled down immediately for safety reasons and to forestall further collapse.

He also ordered the Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA) and the Lagos State Materials Testing Laboratory to unravel the cause of the collapse.

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Kogi Pastor Arrested For Selling ‘Bullet Proof Water’

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His church runs labour ward for pregnant women- Police

A pastor, Peter Michonza, of New Jerusalem Deliverance Ministry, Okene, Kogi State, has been arrested by security agents on issues concerning unethical practices.

The media aide of Okene LGA Chairman, Abdulmumin Abubakar, confirmed his arrest on Wednesday to newsmen, saying the Chairman, Hon Abduraraq Muhammad, was the one who ordered the security agents to arrest and investigate his activities.

The arrest of Pastor Michonza may not be unconnected with a video clip on the social media where the clergyman is seen selling “bullet proof water”.

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Pastor Michonza’s church, located in the Ageva area of Okene, is also alleged to be running a labour ward for pregnant women.

A resident of Ageva said Peter Michonza was a popular musician in the suburb, but that he suddenly started a gospel ministry; admitting people for deliverance.

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