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Examiner’s Office for an autopsy which found that the child died due to blunt force trauma to the head and thoraxDuring an interview with Jackson’s mother Roselyn Johnson investigators obtained text messages from Jackson One message said “i will never forgive myself im scared and I don’t want to go to prison I just wanna die too its all my fault I know im not innocent mom I hit him but would never ever want to hurt him like that I just cant live knowing its all my fault”The child’s mother Nicole Buffalo told law enforcement that she thought Jackson was responsible for DJ’s death as well as for previous injuries to the child including a 2016 skull fractureBuffalo had also showed investigators a text from a woman saying that she had received information from one Jackson’s girlfriends who said Jackson told her he “punched up baby cause he wouldn’t stop crying”After Jackson was arrested by Red Lake police on Jan 3 he allegedly told an officer “I think I killed my baby” He was also recorded saying “I think I killed my baby” while sitting in a cell alone after his arrestDuring an interview with law enforcement Jackson said he used meth on Jan 1 and that he last saw DJ alive at about 4 am or 5 am Jan 2 During the interview Jackson denied killing DJ but said he was responsible for the child’s death The complaint accuses Jackson of killing the child with “malice aforethought” meaning he meant to kill or hurt the child He is scheduled to appear in court in Bemidji at 1 pm Wednesday Jan 10Darren Jackson’s funeral is set for 1 pm this Wednesday at the Red Lake Community Center A wake began Monday at the community center and will continue until the service A community walk in support of the family is scheduled for 1:30 pm and a candlelight vigil was set for 6 pm on Tuesday nightAlhaji Attahiru Bafarawa a presidential aspirant under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Monday visited former military president Gen Ibrahim Babangida in Minna According to NAN this was disclosed in a statement signed by Yusuf Abubakar Director Media and Publicity Bafarawa Campaign Oragnisation (BCO) on Tuesday in Abuja Abubakar stated that Babangida and the former Sokoto State Governor met behind closed doors at the host’s hilltop residence He said: “Bafarawa Minna trip was in continuation of political consultations on his presidential aspiration in 2019 which was fruitful “Bafarawa was accompanied on the visit by the Director General of BCO Sen Paul Wampana Mrs Becky Igwe Alhaji Sani Kabiru Dr Amanze Obi and Dr Iliya Stephen among others” no president will ever have dominion over objective reality And a Congress that fails to act as a check on the president adds to the danger He explained that the response team had to confirm that it is cholera Haruna Mshelia has said that Acute Watery Diarrhoea (AWD) has hit Borno State with 1 The MSP is a guaranteed price for their produce from the StateThe Centre is set to radically increase the minimum support price (MSP) for Kharif crops as a move to fulfill its budget promise and address farmers’ concerns about the cost of cropsThe Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has arraigned a former Director General of the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN) Mr Bature Umar Masari Masari was accused of receiving bribes of N1198 million for himself and four federal legislators from several contractors handling constituency projects The former SMEDAN boss who was arraigned on Monday before Justice Adebola Adeniyi of the High Court of the Federal Capital Abuja was accused of committing the offence between April 2014 and July 2015 when he asked and received bribes on many occasions from the contractors through his Diamond Bank and Guaranty Trust Bank accounts The Commission in a 27-count charge accused Masari of conferring corrupt advantage upon himself as well as receiving gratification in the course of discharging his official duties contrary to Section 10 (a) (i) and punishable under Section 10(a) (ii) of the Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Act 2000 His offence further violates Section 19 of the same law and punishable under the same section Counsel to ICPC Mr Henry Emore told the court that the ex-DG received N50 million on 27th November 2014 from Hamshakin Ventures Ltd for Herman Hembe Emmanuel Udende Benjamin Aboho and Oker Jev who were all members of the House of Representatives from Benue State; and a contractor Kike Engineering Services before awarding a constituency project contract to the said Hamshakin Ventures The court was also told that Masari received different bribes ranging from N800 000 to N20 000 000 from 12 contractors The accused pleaded not guilty to the charge His counsel Mahmood Magaji (SAN) asked the court to grant him bail on liberal terms promising that the accused would always be available in court for trial Justice Adeniyi following no objection from ICPC granted him bail in the sum of N50 million with two sureties in like sum who must be directors in the employment of either the Federal Civil Service or any federal agency; or the Federal Capital Territory or any of its agencies They are also expected to deposit an ‘affidavit of means’ including being residents of the Federal Capital Territory Adeniyi then ruled that Masari be remanded in Kuje prison pending the fulfilment of his bail conditions and adjourned the matter to ‘26th to 29th November 2018 for trial’ President Muhammadu Buhari has welcomed Nigerians into the New Year The President in a nationwide broadcast assured Nigerians that the year 2018 promises to be pivotal in the nation’s quest for change The full text below I join my fellow citizens this morning to welcome and celebrate the New Year 2018 This year promises to be pivotal in our quest for CHANGE Unfortunately I am saddened to acknowledge that for many this Christmas and New Year holidays have been anything but merry and happy Instead of showing love companionship and charity some of our compatriots chose this period to inflict severe hardship on us all by creating unnecessary fuel scarcity across the country The consequence was that not many could travel and the few who did had to pay exorbitant transport fares This is unacceptable given that NNPC had taken measures to ensure availability at all depots I am determined to get to the root of this collective blackmail of all Nigerians and ensure that whichever groups are behind this manipulated hardship will be prevented from doing so again Such unpatriotism will not divert the Administration from the course we have set ourselves Our government’s watch word and policy thrust is CHANGE We must change our way of doing things or we will stagnate and be left behind in the race to lift our people out of poverty and into prosperity My address to fellow Nigerians this morning is devoted mainly to informing you about the intense efforts this Administration is putting to address our country’s huge infrastructural deficit We are going to make significant in-roads in advancing road rail and power projects across the country The Ministry of Power Works and Housing is one of the drivers of this Government’s commitment to renew and increase Nigeria’s stock of infrastructure in order to achieve global economic competitiveness as targeted under the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan With regards to Railways we have set ourselves ambitious targets Already in construction stage is the Lagos-Kano Standard Gauge Railway The line should reach Ibadan from Lagos by the end of 2019 and will carry two million passengers per year and five million tons of cargo will be transported every year giving a substantial boost to the country’s economy Construction of the Kano – Kaduna segment is expected to commence this year and reach Kaduna by the end of 2019 By the end of 2021 the two ends will be joined so that we will have standard gauge railway across the main North-South trading route The Abuja – Kaduna route will be boosted by additional rolling stock next Thursday and will be able to handle one million commuters annually At the same time I have approved and negotiations will be concluded in the first part of this year for the Port Harcourt to Maiduguri line covering Aba Owerri Umuahia Enugu Awka Abakaliki Makurdi Lafia Jos Bauchi Gombe Yola and Damaturu The Abuja to Itakpe line will go through Baro and terminate in Warri with construction of a new seaport at Warri Negotiations are also advanced for the construction of other railway lines firstly from Kano to Maradi in Niger Republic passing through Kazaure Daura Katsina Jibia to Maradi Secondly Lagos to Calabar the “Coastal Rail” through Ore Benin Agbor Asaba Onitsha Sapele Ughelli Warri Yenagoa Otuoke Port Harcourt Aba Uyo and Calabar In the next few years all these Nigerian cities will be linked by functional modern rail systems giving enormous boost to the social and economic life of our people With respect to the Abuja Capital Light Rail progress has reached 98% completion as at 64% completion when we assumed office Only test runs remain before start of operations This train service will stimulate economic activities in the Federal Capital and provide residents with an efficient and safe transportation system Twelve railway sub-stations around the capital over a 452 kilometre route will serve as a catalyst and a pull factor to the economy of the area The Light Rail System will reduce traffic congestion and carbon emission in line with the Administration’s policy on climate change Management of the Federal Road Maintenance Agency (FERMA) has been reconstituted and has been charged with a 12 week rapid intervention in road repairs to cover all the geo-political zones Government is undertaking repairs and maintenance of 44 roads within the six geo-political zones Twenty five major highways will be funded under the N100b SUKUK facility Each geo-political zone will benefit by an equal amount of N1667b The following major highways are to receive special attention: a Oyo – Ogbomosho b Ofusu – Ore – Ajebandele – Shagamu c Yenagoa Road Junction – Kolo Otuoke – Bayelsa Palm d Enugu – Port Harcourt Dual Carriage Way e Onitsha – Enugu Expressway f Kaduna Eastern Bypass g Dualization of Kano – Maiduguri Road h Dualization of Abuja – Lokoja – Benin Road i Dualization of Suleja – Minna Road In addition Government has approved work to start on the re-construction of Abuja – Kaduna – Zaria – Kano road which is in a state of disrepair Work will soon start and is expected to be completed in 2019 More Nigerians across the country are experiencing improved power supply to their homes and businesses However power remains a concern to this government because too many people still do not have regular and reliable supply The Payment Assurance Guarantee Scheme which started in January 2016 has enabled the Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trader to raise so far N701 billion to assure Generation Companies of at least 80% payment for any power delivered to the national grid Consequently generation has now reached 7000MW On December 8 2017 the country achieved 5155MW of power delivered to consumers the highest level ever recorded Several moribund projects have been revived Repairs of Afam Power Station added 110MW in 2017 and another 240MW will be added this year through a private investment partnership Katsina Power Project is now being tested and producing 10MW of power from wind for the first time in Nigeria It should be fully operational this year The Zungeru 700MW Hydroelectric Power Project stalled by court cases is due for completion in 2019 The transmission and other requirements to operate the 30MW Gurara Phase 1 Hydroelectric Plant the 40MW Kashimbilla Hydroelectric Plant and the 215 MW Kaduna Gas/LPG/Diesel Power Plant will also be completed this year A landmark project Mambilla Hydroelectric Power Project is at last taking off This project has been on the drawing Board for 40 years but now the engineering procurement and construction contract for the 3050MW project has been agreed with a Chinese joint venture Company with a financing commitment from the government of China Completion is targeted for 2023 As I mentioned earlier the Transmission Company of Nigeria can now distribute all the 7000MW that can be generated TCN and the Niger Delta Holding Company have added 1950MVA of 330 down to 132KV transformer capacity of 10 transmission stations and 2930MVA of 132 down to 33KV transformer capacity of 42 sub-stations including Ikot Ekpene Aba Alagbon Ajah Ejigbo Funtua and Zaria This Administration is working with the privatised distribution Companies to overcome the continuing challenges of distribution These massive public works should spearhead the recovery and lead millions back to employment You will recall that it was not until last year that we got out of the economic recession into which the country had fallen as a consequence of past unsustainable economic policies which projected short-term illusory growth The government is slowly stabilizing the economy It was in order to change the steady and steep decline that we adopted the more sustainable policies and programmes captured in the Economic Recovery Plan Diversification efforts have resulted in improved output particularly in agriculture and solid minerals sectors The relative exchange rate stability has improved manufacturing sector performance We have got to get used to discipline and direction in economic management The days of business as usual are numbered Two years ago I appealed to people to go back to the land I am highly gratified that agriculture has picked up contributing to the government’s effort to re-structure the economy Rice imports will stop this year Local rice fresher and more nutritious will be on our dishes from now on By the same token I am today appealing to enterprising Nigerians with ideas and unemployed graduates and other able-bodied and literate men and women with ideas not to just sit and wait for employment from the government or the Organized Private Sector Great nations are built by enterprising people who turn their hands to anything that circumstances dictate In respect of political developments I have kept a close watch on the on-going debate about “Restructuring” No human law or edifice is perfect Whatever structure we develop must periodically be perfected according to changing circumstances and the country’s socio-economic developments We Nigerians can be very impatient and want to improve our conditions faster than may be possible considering our resources and capabilities When all the aggregates of nationwide opinions are considered my firm view is that our problems are more to do with process than structure We tried the Parliamentary system: we jettisoned it Now there are shrill cries for a return to the Parliamentary structure In older democracies these systems took centuries to evolve so we cannot expect a copied system to fit neatly our purposes We must give a long period of trial and improvement before the system we have adopted is anywhere near fit for purpose However there is a strong case for a closer look at the cost of government and for the public services long used to extravagance waste and corruption to change for the better I assure you that government is ever receptive to ideas which will improve governance and contribute to the country’s peace and stability As the electioneering season approaches politicians must avoid exploiting ethnicity and religion by linking ethnicity with religion and religion with politics Such must be avoided at all costs if we are to live in harmony In this respect the rest of Nigeria could learn from the South Western States who have successfully internalized religion ethnicity and politics Political discourse should be conducted with civility decorum and in a constitutional manner We all have a collective responsibility to strengthen our democracy and entrench the rule of law We should draw encouragement from the series of bye-elections conducted by INEC last year which were generally violence free and their outcomes adjudged to be free and fair Before I conclude my address I must reassure my fellow citizens that security of life and property is still top of our government’s agenda We have since beaten Boko Haram Isolated attacks still occur but even the best-policed countries cannot prevent determined criminals from committing terrible acts of terror as we have seen during the past years in Europe Asia Middle East elsewhere in Africa and in America Our government remains determined to protect all Nigerians in line with our election pledge and promises On behalf of all Nigerians let me offer our thanks to the Armed forces the Police other para-military forces and traditional authorities who are working round the clock to ensure that you and I go about our normal business in reasonable safety Terrorism and urban crimes are world-wide phenomena and our security forces are continuously adapting their responses to changing threats With regard to rampant cases of kidnappings we are taking immediate short-term measures to combat this new evil creeping into our societies Tighter police methods and swift and severe punishment for those proved to be engaged in kidnapping are on the way With respect to Niger Delta Government is still engaging responsible leadership of the Communities to help in identifying and addressing genuine grievances of the region Our clean-up programme in collaboration with the United Nations is making satisfactory progress I am grateful to all the Governors and other Political & Community leaders of the Niger Delta States for their part in bringing relative peace to the areas Finally let me again express my heartfelt thanks to all Nigerians who prayed for me during my illness last year I feel deeply humbled by your prayers and good wishes and I am more determined than ever to serve you to the best 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