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But animal rights lobbyists are critical. on Friday November 3rd, But, 2016Bill Ingalls—NASA The Soyuz TMA-18M spacecraft is seen as it lands with Expedition 46 Commander Scott Kelly of NASA and Russian cosmonauts..VIEW MOREBill Ingalls—NASA1 of 7Mohammed bin Salman the crown prince of Saudi Arabia has won TIME’s Person of the Year 2017 online reader poll earning more votes than other world leaders industry titans entertainers and activists The 32-year-old crown prince received 24% of the “yes” votes cast Second place went to the people around the world who shared their experiences with sexual assault and harassment as part of the #MeToo movement with 6% of the votes Finishing third with 5% of votes each were former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick special counsel Robert Mueller and the Dreamers undocumented immigrants who were brought to the US as children TIME editors make the ultimate selection for Person of the Year identified as the person or group of people who for better or worse wielded the most influence in the previous 12 months The poll provides insight about how our readers view the people who most shaped the year In previous years the winner of the reader poll has differed from the individual selected by TIME as Person of the Year In 2016 for example Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi won the online reader poll but Donald Trump was named Person of the Year In 2015 Vermont Sen Bernie Sanders was favored among readers but German Chancellor Angela Merkel was given the final title Crown Prince Mohammed the son of King Salman made headlines recently when he led the arrest of dozens of businessmen and members of the royal family over corruption a crackdown that critics and experts have described as an effort to consolidate power Data from the reader poll was collected by Apester TIMEs Person of the Year will be revealed on Dec 6 The shortlist is here Contact us at [email protected] Senator representing Anambra North in the National Assembly Sen Stella Oduah has described as mischievous recent reports that she was evading invitations by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Addressing newsmen in Abuja on Tuesday Oduah said that the report was the handiwork of political detractors whose aim was to pitch the anti-graft agency against her Reports in the media had indicated that the Chairman Senate Committee on Cooperation and Integration was evading invitations to the commission to defend a N94 billion contract awarded during her time as Aviation Minister However the Senator stressed that the story was mere fabrication which did not emanate from the EFCC adding that she had been in constant correspondence with the commission She said that she was willing to defend her stewardship during her time as minister adding that she followed due processes in all her dealings while in charge of the ministry “The season of politics is here again and some people must play the politics of pull down syndrome this is what perhaps informed the fabrications in the story “How else do you explain that a serving senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria a law abiding citizen a chief executive officer of multinational companies would be evasive to honour an invitation if not a mere mischief that is informed by dirty politics “Even the publication did not say that I stole any government money or awarded contracts to myself” she said The senator said that she had carved a niche for herself in the business world within and outside the shores of Nigeria even before she ventured into the murky waters of Nigerian politics in 2010 According to her she is a citizen of Nigeria who has no other home but Nigeria and would not be distracted by activities of her detractors She stated further that this would not be the first time her detractors would want to use the media to tarnish her hard earned image Oduah stressed that the sinister purpose of the news story is to pitch her against the Commission and the general public She therefore urged her detractors to leave her alone and learn to play the politics of hard facts and issues She stated that contracts awarded under her watch as a minister were done in her official capacity and they went through due process The senator added that in her time as minister she transformed the aviation sector and followed all established processes and procedures Fellow Nigerians 1 I greet and felicitate with you all today as we mark 15 years of uninterrupted democratic governance in our beloved country 2 Our dear nation Nigeria has certainly come a long way and made notable progress since our first Democracy Day on May 29 1999 when the military finally relinquished power and handed over to a democratically-elected government marking the true beginning of a government of the people by the people for the people” 3 Although I have ordered a low-key commemoration of this year’s Democracy Day in deference to the current mood of the nation there can be no doubt that the past 15 years the longest period of sustained democratic governance in our country have been a blessing to us as a people 4 As we commemorate 15 years of our Fourth Republic today therefore I believe that it is fitting that we pay tribute once again to all those who played a part in restoring our nation to the true path of democratic governance built on the foundations of rule of law and freedom of expression 5 As a result of our collective efforts since 1999 democratic governance is now entrenched in our nation and institutions I wholeheartedly believe that our people are the better for it The scope of fundamental rights and liberties enjoyed by our people overthe past 15 years has been expanded beyond measure 6 On my watch we have witnessed high national economic growth rates steady improvements and expansion of national infrastructure including airports and roads the restoration of rail transportation the efficient implementation of a roadmap for improved power supply a revolutionary approach to agricultural production as well as advances in education sports youth development healthcare delivery housing water supply and other social services 7 In the oil and gas sector our promotion of a sustainable local content policy continues to guarantee equity and better opportunities for Nigerian entrepreneurs and skilled personnel 8 Significant increase in mobile telephoneand national broadband penetration making Information and Communications Technology (ICT) one of the fastest growing sectors of the Nigerian economy We have also developed strong financial markets and regulatory institutions Our banks now have regional and global footprints 9 Nigeria has also gained recognition as the largest economy in Africa the most preferred investment destination in the continent and in terms of returns on investment the fourth in the world We are pleased that the world has noticed as global leaders converged in Abuja early this month for the World Economic Forum in Africa 10 The event not only witnessed a record attendance it brought the prospect of an additional flow of investment into the Nigerian economy estimated at over $68 billion over the next few years 11 In foreign relations our country has equally done well within this period by establishing and strengthening strong partnerships with all ECOWAS countries and the rest of the world This has helped to deepen Nigeria’s leadership role in multilateral institutions including the United Nations 12 Furthermore under this administration we have made consistent progress in improving the standard of elections in our country to ensure that they are ever more credible and truly representative of the people’s free choice The National Conference we initiated to deliberate and make recommendations on the best ways of resolving our current political and socio-economic challenges is ongoing It is our expectation that its outcomes will help to further consolidate the gains we have made from democracy in the past 15 years and place our dear nation even more firmly on the path to greatness Dear Compatriots 13 It is a sad fact that as I address you today all the gains of the past 15 years of democratic governance in our country are threatened by the presence of international terrorism on our shores Our dear country Nigeria is facing a new challenge A war has been unleashed on us Extremist foreign elements collaborating with some of our misguided citizens are focused on an attempt to bring down our country and the democracy and freedomwe cherish and celebrate today 14 The despicable abduction of school girls from Chibok in Borno State has brought to the awareness of the entire world the heartless brutality of these terrorists who want to instigate a descent into anarchy and balkanize our nation 15 In recent years terrorist attacks have claimed the lives of several of our compatriots many have been injured or maimed whole villages and communities have been destroyed and the economy of some of our states is in jeopardy 16 There can be no doubt that what we are witnessing in Nigeria today is a manifestation of the same warped and ferocious world view that brought down the Twin Towers in New York killed innocent persons in Boston and led to the murder of defenceless people in the Southern Russian city of Volgograd Terrorist activities have brought war and pains to Mali Somalia Yemen Syria Afghanistan and Pakistan These agents of evil continue to brainwash and incite ignorant young men and women to attack the innocent We cannot allow this to continue 17 I welcome the statements of solidarity from patriotic citizens and the global community in support of our efforts to stamp out terrorism I applaud the understanding that in a democracy such as we are building people can have differences while sharing worthy values and standing together in opposition to the scourge of terrorism Nigeria is the only country we have and we must all work to preserve it for present and future generations 18 Despite the challenges we face we must commend our security forces We must not forget their gallantry and successes in liberating nations and in peacekeeping from Liberia to Sierra Leone Congo Sudan Mali Guinea-Bissau and many places in Africa and beyond Our forces have paid the supreme price in several places at several times 19 Today they face a different challenge an unconventional war by terrorists They are adjusting and are being equipped to tackle the new menace of terrorism We must show confidence in their ability I have no doubt that with the support of Nigerians our neighbours and the international community we will reinforce our defence free our girls and rid Nigeria of terrorists 20 It is now 45 days since the horrifying abduction of the college girls of Chibok I share the deep pain and anxiety of their parents and guardians and I assure them once again that government will continue to do everything possible to bring our daughters home 21 I am determined to protect our democracy our national unity and our political stability by waging a total war against terrorism The unity and stability of our country and the protection of lives and property are non-negotiable I have instructed our security forces to launch a full-scale operation to put an end to the impunity of terrorists on our soil 22 I have also authorized the security forces to use any means necessary under the law to ensure that this is done I assure you that Nigeria will be safe again and that these thugs will be driven away – it will not happen overnight but we will spare no effort to achieve this goal 23 For our citizens who have joined hands with Al Qaeda and international terrorists in the misguided belief that violence can possibly solve their problems our doors remain open to them for dialogue and reconciliation if they renounce terrorism and embrace peace 24 My government while pursuing security measures will explore all options including readiness to accept unconditional renunciation of violence by insurgents and to ensure their de-radicalization rehabilitation and re-integration into the broader society Dear Compatriots 25 We must remain united to win the war against terrorism Christians Moslems farmers fishermen herdsmen teachers lawyers clergy or clerics the rich the poor and Nigerians from all sections of the country must work together with our security agencies and armed forces to overcome the terrorists who now threaten all that we hold dear 26 The war against terror may be difficult but the days of peace will come again Terror is evil; nowhere in history has evil endured forever The menace of Boko Haram will surely come to an end I believe that because of your prayers your courage hardwork faith and sacrifice we will ultimately prevail over the terrorists and all other evil forces 27 We are a strong resilient and courageous people We will continue to partner with the civilized world to confront international terrorism and every other challenge that comes our way with patriotic zeal and determination Fellow Nigerians 28 Yes we have challenges but we will surely overcome Nigeria is our country Nigeria is blessed We will all collectively protect defend and develop this country for ourselves and our children 29 Long live the Federal Republic of Nigeria 30 Thank you and God bless Nigeria but even that can take a minimum of six months.“It’s just a long process, has the victim’s well-being been restored? why?5 lakh compensation to each family of West Pakistan refugees living in Jammu and Kashmir.

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