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CUBANA GROUP AFTER MY LIFE, EVERYDAYNEWS PUBLISHER CRIES OUT

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EverydayNewsngr.net publisher Prince Petrus Obi has cried out alleging attempt on his life by the Cubana group.

Following a recent attack by some hoodlums which affected the Cubana Club in Enugu among others, the group in a text message (see attachment) threatened to teach the publisher that his group is not a small one.

He also threatened to attack the family of the publisher.

The text reads:

“I give u 24hours to bring down that useless fake post of urs.. u think u are playing wit a small group .. if after 24hrs u will show the court wit evidence ur useless post.. is ur family that will be attacked ..useless jobless man.24hrs and u will know what Cubana group is made of.”

Reacting, Prince Obi said he has decided to alert the police, other security Agencies about the threat to my life.

I also wish to bring the attention of the state government to this imported threat.

The language of the text message is very clear and shows the kind of people we are dealing with. What stops a man who is sure of himself from approaching the courts rather than seeking self-help.

“The person called threatening fire and brimstone. Next he decided to send the message. Let’s see whether he will kill the entire journalists in Nigeria. I will always stand by the truth. No threat will change the truth.”

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ENERGY-GIVING FOODS FOR THE AGED

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According to Healthline, as you become older, stress, inadequate sleep and illness may lead you to lose energy quickly. Also, your digestive enzymes may become less efficient in helping us absorb specific nutrients. As a result, we may not feel as energetic as normal. Old ones who lack energy may restore it by eating meals rich in certain nutrients. Here are some energy giving foods you should consume regularly at old age.

  1. Nuts are rich in both protein and carbohydrates, both of these nutrients are present in nuts. Nuts provide high quality protein. There are around 100 calories in a handful of almonds, which may be utilized as energy. However, to prevent health issues, old people should keep their calorie intake in check.
  2. Also, eating sweet potatoes which are abundant in carbohydrates and vitamin A your body needs, can help you maintain your vitality as you age. They include starch, which has been shown to reduce fatigue experienced by old people.
  3. Berries are natural source of glucose, making them a great method to keep your energy levels up all day. Berries plant-based carbohydrates are a major source of energy.

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AFTER TWO YEARS, INSTAGRAM DEACTIVATES HUSHPUPPI’S VERIFIED ACCOUNT

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Suspected Internet Fraudster, Abbas Ramoni, popularly known as Hushpuppi

Instagram has deactivated the verified account of the suspected internet fraudster, Abbas Ramoni, popularly known as Hushpuppi who is currently been tried in the United States for fraud-related activities.

The PUNCH had reported that Hushpuppi was arrested in Dubai by a joint team of Dubai Police and the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation in June 2020 for alleged fraud on different victims, including American citizens.

Hushpuppi was then extradited and charged with multiple counts of hacking, impersonation, scamming banking fraud, and identity theft.

Meanwhile, the suspected internet fraudster’s account with @hushpuppi as his username has about 2.8 million followers, 827 following and 540 posts showcasing his extravagant lifestyle.

Despite being arrested and tried, Instagram permitted Hushpuppi to share videos and photos on the platform once he does not represent dangerous organisations or individuals.

However, the social media platform seems to have reviewed the decision to allow Hushpuppi’s account to remain active.

The PUNCH made a recent check to confirm Hushpuppi’s account activeness on Sunday, October 30, 2022, the search results reveal that his account has been deactivated.

Screenshot of the search below:

Hushpuppi’s Instagram account deactivated.

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ELECTRICITY WORKERS DEMAND REVERSAL OF POWER SECTOR PRIVATISATION

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…Describe new owners as hustlers, hawks

THE National Union of Electricity Employees, NUEE, yesterdasy, urged the Federal Government to reverse the privatisation of the nation’s power sector, describing new owners of the privatised companies as ‘hustlers’ and ‘hawks’ who have contributed poorly to the power sector.

The union also accused the new owners of deceiving the Federal Government into paying N2 trillion subvention, even as it insisted that they had continued to impoverish Nigerians, leaving the country pillaged.

It claimed that despite recognizable improvements in the wheeling capacity of the Transmission Company of Nigeria, TCN, of 7,000 megawatts, the generation output had now dwindled below 5,000 megawatts.

The union pointed at the activities of the new owners as part of reasons the power sector has gone almost comatose and the impoverishment of the average worker in the sector.

The Zonal Organising Secretary (Liaison), Kolade Ayodele, who spoke to journalists on behalf of his colleagues, said Nigerians should also be worried, even as electricity tariffs continued to rise without commensurate service delivery.

He said: “Since the privatisation of Nigeria’s power sector in October 2013, electricity workers, under the age of the National Union of Electricity Employees, have been in the fore-front of speaking out on behalf of the Nigerian people

“It is an undeniable truth that the power sector privatisation has not added value to the lives of the ordinary Nigerians. The entire exercise, which could be described as a charade, has not brought any meaningful impact/improvement to the sector.

“Rather, it has led the nation to a huge setback. The infrastructural development by the new business owners in the power sector has almost gone comatose while the socio-economic status of the average worker in the sector has continued to decline amid prevailing harsh economic conditions.

‘’The same equipment inherited from pre-privatisation have remained what drives the sector as there are no visible attempts by the Generation Companies (GenCos) and Distribution Companies (DisCos) to upgrade and expand their capacities/networks.

“Nigerians were deceived into believing that the ‘harvestors’ had the financial/technical muscles to improve power generation and distribution to Nigerians. Can Nigerians be told today that this purpose has been achieved?

‘’The answer was echoed in the print/electronic media by members of the National Assembly who even called for the total reversal of the entire process.

“Despite improvement in the wheeling capacity of the Transmission Company of Nigeria, TCN, which is still Federal Government-owned to over 7,000MW, the generation output has been dwindling below 5,000MW.

“Alas! the ‘hustlers’ who deceived the Federal Government into paying almost N2 trillion subvention to the owners of the new companies since privatisation, are being used to call the union names in order to exploit Nigerians and sustain the current comatose situation. Their mission is simply to call a dog a bad name in order to hang it, while they keep smiling to the banks.”

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