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Lagos Metropolitan Lion Club Makes Significant Impact in Ipodo Community Through Cleanup and Fumigation Exercise

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The Lagos Metropolitan Lion Club recently organized a comprehensive cleanup and fumigation exercise in the Ipodo area of Lagos, aimed at creating awareness and sensitizing residents on the dangers of cholera.

 

The initiative brought together volunteers and community members to sanitize and clean the environment, thereby reducing the risk of cholera outbreaks under the leadership of Lion Victor Aylor.

Lion Victor Aylor, The President Lagos Metropolitan Lion Club

Lion Ameachi Nwakwo, the second Vice President of the club, said, “Today’s activity was very good, as our club slogan goes, ‘service first.’ We were able to service this area and touch more than 500 lives here.” He expressed the club’s desire to do more environmental work within the Ikeja Axis, impacting more lives.

 

Speaking on the frequency of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives, Lion Ameachi stated, “Based on the pledges we made, we look forward to undertaking them every one or two months, at intervals, in order to meet up and catch up with all the pledges for the service year.”

 

Lion Franklin Udah, the Charter President, explained the club’s connection to the community, saying, “We are an Ikeja-based club, and our service area is the Ikeja environs. One of our members, whose business is located here in Ipodo Community, brought to our notice the need in the community, and we needed to identify with them on environmental issues, which is why we are here today.”

Members of the Metropolitan Lion Club

Emphasizing the club’s commitment to sustainability, Lion Franklin Udah stated, “Sustainability is key for us; we won’t invest so much and let it go down the drain.” He highlighted the club’s plan for ongoing environmental service in the area, saying, “Over time, we will continue to come here to do what we’ve done today again and again, and also target other environments around here.”

 

Lateef Yusuf Apena, a community leader in Ipodo, praised the club for keeping its promises, saying, “They came to us and asked what we needed, and we told them to sanitize, build public toilets, and other projects. They promised to come today to identify the areas to clear, and they fulfilled their promises.”

 

Lion Jennifer Onwuta, the immediate past president of the club, expressed satisfaction with the recent community service activity, stating, “Today’s activity is a success. With the people moving around, I think we should have reached quite a number of over 500 plus.” She added, “We are hoping that what we have done will be told to other people who are yet to resume offices. It is a positive one for us.”

 

Mr. Tunde Akilo, the immediate past Chairman of Ipodo Community Development Association (CDA), praised the club’s environmental initiatives, saying, “I really appreciate the effort of the club. If all other clubs could emulate them, the environment would be better than this. I really appreciate the cleaning, mostly the fumigation.”

 

The event was put together by the Lagos Metropolitan Lion Club Service Chairperson, Lion Collins Osian.

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Gov. Alia seeks CBN support to develop Benue’s agric, mining sectors 

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Rev Fr Dr Hyacinth Alia, Governor of Benue State has solicited the support of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, in streamlining the state’s economy to engender economic growth, employment, the development of vital infrastructure and technology, as well as enhance financial inclusion.

 

The governor made the appeal when he paid a courtesy visit on the CBN Governor, Mr Olayemi Cardoso, in Abuja.

 

 

This is contained in a Statement on Thursday by the Principal Special Assistant to the Governor on Media, Publicity and Communications Strategy, Ms Bridget Tikyaa.

 

He said that Benue has vast opportunities in agriculture, solid minerals, and other areas which it wanted the CBN to support the government to fully harness for local and international markets.

 

Governor Alia also urged the apex bank to support the state with its expertise in developing appropriate data in all the key areas of development for proper planning and strategic engagement with investors.

 

Gov Alia hinted the CBN Governor of the state’s newly created Bureau of Statistics aimed at enhancing the state’s statistical systems, boosting our economy through job creation and foreign exchange activities and supporting our agricultural sector.

 

The governor also said, “we seek your support in providing system strengthening and equipment infrastructure for the Benue State Bureau of Statistics. This support will not only benefit the Benue State Government but will also enhance the capabilities of the CBN and Nigeria at large. A well-supported statistical system ensures we have reliable data to guide our economic policies and development strategies.”

 

Governor Alia also reeled out other areas of support and collaboration with the CBN to boost the economy of Benue state.

 

These include support for the Benue State Bureau of Statistics to generate accurate data and conduct analysis.

 

“We seek support for initiatives such as the export of sesame seeds to China and exploring mining opportunities for export. These activities will diversify our economy, generate significant foreign exchange, and create employment opportunities for our people.

 

“Benue State is known for its agricultural prowess, producing crops such as soybeans, rice, cashew nuts, mangoes, oranges, sweet potatoes, yams, and others in abundance We seek your support in boosting the production of these crops. Enhancing food production will create jobs along the entire value chain, from farming to processing to distribution. Moreover, increasing the supply of these crops will help reduce food inflation, benefiting not only Benue State but also the entire country by ensuring food security.”

 

The governor also sought CBN’s support in implementing favourable monetary policies to stabilise the economy and control inflation.

 

“Providing credit facilities and special intervention funds to key sectors such as agriculture, SMEs, and infrastructure development can target the specific needs of our state, particularly in agriculture.

 

“Promoting financial inclusion ensures more people and businesses in Benue State have access to financial services, boosting economic activity at the grassroots level and increasing overall economic productivity.”

 

He also sought for the training and capacity-building programmes for financial managers and policymakers in the state to enhance their ability to manage the state economy more effectively.

 

The governor requested the CBN to facilitate partnership with development finance institutions to fund large-scale projects such as agricultural mechanization, industrial parks, special economic zones, and major infrastructure projects to spur economic development across the state.

 

Governor Alia further urged the apex bank to work with Benue State Government to develop and implement policies that improve the business environment, reduce bureaucracy, and attract domestic and foreign investments.

 

Other areas, he said, were in providing technical assistance and support for economic planning, budget management, and the implementation of economic reforms to strengthen the state’s economic framework.

 

He said there was a need to encourage the adoption of digital finance solutions and innovations to enhance efficiency, reduce costs, and broaden access to financial services across the state.

 

The governor appreciated the CBN for its support to the state, including the release of 60 trailers loaded with fertiliser, which was distributed to farmers to boost food production and achieve food security.

 

In his remarks, Cordoso commended Gov Alia for the visit and thanked him for the initiatives aimed at diversifying the economy.

 

“The Central Bank of Nigeria will take necessary measures to bring the nation’s rising inflation under control.

 

“While monetary policy has been moderating aggregate demand, rising food and energy costs continue to exert upward pressure on price development.

 

” The apex bank re-emphasized its commitment to the Bank’s price stability mandate and remained optimistic that despite the June 2024 uptick in headline inflation, prices are expected to moderate in the near term,” the CBN governor said.

 

 

 

Cordoso noted that prevailing insecurity in food producing areas and high cost of transportation of farm produce are also contributing to the rise in food inflation in the country.

 

 

He also said the increasing activities of middlemen who often finance smallholder farmers, aggregate, hoard and move farm produce across the border to neighbouring countries, has contributed to the problem of scarcity of foodstuffs across the country.

 

The CBN governor said there was need to check such activities in order to address the food supply deficit in Nigerian market and moderate food prices.

 

“We have identified these bottlenecks, and will advise, assist and highlight ways to cushion it’s effect by various interventions like the nationwide fertilizer donations, etc.

 

“Measures by the Federal Government to bridge the food supply deficit, especially the 150-day duty free import window for food commodities (maize, husked brown rice, wheat and cowpeas), amongst others, will moderate domestic food prices.”

 

The CBN governor assured the Governor that the bank would ensure credit development financial institutions :the Bank of Industry, Bank of Agriculture partner the state for more grants and loan facilities for effective growth and development in various sectors.

 

He assured the governor that the CBN was ready to work with the Benue state government in various areas to boost the state’s economy.

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Customs Seizes 41,425 Liters of Smuggled PMS Worth N48.5 Million in Adamawa/Taraba Axis

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The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has announced the seizure of 41,425 liters of smuggled Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) worth N48.5 million in the Adamawa/Taraba axis.

This is part of the ongoing Operation Whirlwind aimed at curbing the smuggling of PMS across Nigeria’s borders.

 

Comptroller Husseini Kolawole Ejibunu, National Coordinator of Operation Whirlwind, disclosed this during a press briefing at the Customs House in Yola, Adamawa State.

 

He stated that the operation, jointly coordinated by the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) and NCS, in synergy with the Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority (NMDPRA), has been successful in disrupting and dismantling the network of PMS smugglers.

 

The seized PMS was contained in 1,481 kegs and 20 drums, with a cumulative Duty Paid Value (DPV) of N48,547,500.

The interceptions were made at various locations across the zone, including Mubi-Sahuda road, Girei-Wuro Boki axis, Maiha road, and Agwuwa Tana-Bakin Kogi axis.

 

Ejibunu emphasized that the operation will continue to target economic saboteurs, while facilitating legitimate trade.

 

He urged members of the PMS smuggling cartels to desist from their illegal activities and engage in legitimate businesses.

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