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Fayose said “Obviously the President is more concerned about his reelection in 2019 and his visit to those States that he abandoned during their times of trouble is to seek for votes not to sympathize with the people of the States on their loses” He said the President is like a selfish king who went on making merry while his people were in agony only to show up when the people had already buried their loved ones that were gruesomely murdered gotten over their anguish and moved on with their lives In a statement issued by Monday by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media Lere Olayinka Governor Fayose said it was the height of cruelty that the same Buhari who promised to lead from the front in the fight against Boko Haram could not visit Dapchi Yobe State where 110 schoolgirls were abducted by the insurgents but decided to go on merry making in Kano Fayose said “On January 9 and 12 this year 88 victims of herdsmen attacks were given mass burial in Taraba State Also on January 11 2018 another 73 persons killed by suspected Fulani herdsmen in Benue State were buried in a mass grave in Makurdi the state capital “Meaning that in Taraba and Benue States alone 161 Nigerians were given mass burial within three days This never caught the attention of our President Rather it was a visit to Nasarawa a neighboring State to Benue that was important to him “To further demonstrate his lack of compassion for Nigerians while the entire nation especially parents of the 110 abducted school girls in Dapchi Yobe State are still in anguish President Buhari went to Kano last Saturday to attend a social function thus sparking negative reactions from Nigerians “Apparently it was the negative reactions of Nigerians especially on Social Media and the effects on the President’s reelection bid that necessitated his hurried visit to Taraba State today and planned visits to Benue Zamfara Yobe and Rivers States “I am sure the people of Taraba State won’t be hoodwinked by the President’s cosmetic sympathy show of concern and crocodile tears which he never bordered to shed when hundreds of indigenes of the State were being killed by suspected herdsmen “Nigerians can no longer be deceived by a President who never cared for them when they needed him most “Therefore no amount of hurriedly organized campaign visits will sway the people who never saw the President to protect them from being killed and console them when they lost their dear ones” The commencement of hearing on alleged misappropriation of funds by former Plateau state governor Senator Jonah Jang and one Yusuf Pam was on Tuesday stalled by the inability of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to present its witnesses in court citing insecurity in the state Hearing was billed to commence today where the anti-graft agency was to produce its witnesses but it could not Counsel to EFCC Henry Ejiga said the security situation in the state could not allow the agency to produce its witnesses He maintained that there are instances when witnesses were gunned down “so my Lord should take the matter of security serious Ejiga said “We also want my Lord to understand that this is not a tactics to delay our prosecution “But for the respect for this court we found it important to come; that’s the reason our lead Counsel Rotimi Jacobs (SAN) is not in court “We urge my Lord for an adjournment” Responding Counsel to the accused Robert Clarke SAN accompanied by Mike Ozekhome SAN said “Criminal trials are enjoined by the law to be speedy because the accused is presumed innocent until proven guilty “My Lord justice delayed is justice denied “We are surprise that the reason being given is because of the security situation in the state “If people like us can come from Lagos and work into Jos freely it is sad for EFCC to use security as an excuse” he lamented “EFCC have arms and ammunition it is a shame for EFCC a custodian of security to be afraid to come “Haven arraigned us why are the witnesses being held in EFCC custody” the defence counsel asked According to Clarke over the years judges are blamed for delaying court cases “I had to come on air to debunk such claims a few months” stressing that “Counsels are culpable and here is an example “However Government is a powerful institution that’s why I reluctantly agree for adjournment “We should have an affirmation that the next adjournment given should not be jettisoned” he stressed In his ruling Justice Daniel Longji said as sword of the law the law will always take its course Longji acknowledged that security matter is important but EFCC should not use that to prolong the matter “Are all your witnesses in your custody” he asked Counsel to EFCC responded by saying no Then the Judge said “you should have brought the others” “Under section 165 if you are not ready the case should be struck out” Justice Longji then adjourned the matter to October 30th 31st and 1st November 2018 for definite hearing It would be recalled that the EFCC had on Monday May 7 2017 preferred a 12-count fraud charge against the immediate past governor of the state and Senator representing Plateau North Jonah Jang for alleged misappropriation of over N63billion two months to the end of his tenure as governor in 2015 According to the charges Jang allegedly embezzled some special funds released to the state by the Central Bank of Nigeria CBN In one of the counts the former governor among other things allegedly pocketed N2 billion released by the CBN for disbursement to small and medium enterprises in the state under the Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Development Funds MSMEDF just a month before the expiration of his tenure in April 2015 Jang is also said to have abused his office as governor by collecting money to the tune of N43 billion from the state coffers through the cashier in the Office of the Secretary to the State Government Mr Yusuf Pam Ayodele Fayose, Mr. with the rest in the new building, "We have been working with MPCA to develop the proper solutions to address water quality standards and we look forward to a resolution that ensures environmental protection and the competitiveness of Minnesota’s iron ore mining industry. 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