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located off Peabridge Road. please contact?com.After two months of complaints of being cash strapped state finance Commissioners in Abuja yesterday got the allocation they had been clamouring for This is as the federal government the states and the local councils shared N1275 trillion being statutory revenue for August and September Not a few States had been unable to pay their workers’ wages and contractors following the inability of the Federation Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) to distribute federal government generated revenue as a result of a face-off between the Federal Government and the States over statutory revenue arrears owed the States The FAAC also withdrew from the Excess Crude Account and Petroleum Profit Tax account the sum of N18383 billion earlier posted to that account in line with the statutory revenue distribution framework for sharing by the three tiers of government The amount normally represents 10 per cent of crude oil proceeds for the month The breakdown of the revenue is as follows: for August the sum of N642329 billion was declared while N614336 billion was declared for September Then there was an additional N18383 billion fund which was meant to be saved under the Excess Crude Oil Account Petroleum Profit Tax and Royalty Proceeds Profit Account but which was equally reverted and put forward for sharing The Accountant -General of the Federation Mr Jonah Otunla who is the FAAC Secretary said in the Communique explaining the chart of revenue distribution “The gross revenue of N525610 billion received for the month was lower than the N548393 billion received in the previous month by N22783 billion This was due to the slight decline in crude oil production as result of a force majeure declared at Brass Terminal maintenance issues and theft activities” He added “The distributable statutory revenue for the month is N507227 billion No augmentation was proposed for the month The sum of N7617 billion refunded by the NNPC is also distributed In addition the sum of N35549 billion is proposed for distribution under the Sure-P programme The total revenue distributed for the current month (September) including VAT is N614336 billion Otunla said: “It was proposed that the N18383 billion transferred to the Excess Crude Oil Account Petroleum Profit Tax and Royalty Proceeds Profit Account be reverted and added to the statutory distributable amount for sharing” Last month the states turned down revenue allocation for the month of August insisting that the federal government must clear all outstanding statutory revenue arrears which arose following shortfall in revenue as a result of the drop in the quantity of crude oil production in the Niger Delta The Federal Government has had to be augmenting the differences which piled the arrears until last month when it came out to tell the states that there was no more money to be augmenting the shortfall After exhaustive deliberations a compromise was reached namely that from September this year only the actual revenue collected would be shared and not the budget estimates or projection The development led to calls by some governors and members of the new Peoples’ Democratic Party (nPDP) on the Coordinating Minister for the Economy and Minister of Finance Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala to resign a call she has dismissed Microsoft has confirmed it will make Windows 10 available for purchase via a USB stick replacing the iconic disc packages that have defined the brand’s image for decades A Microsoft spokesperson told VentureBeat that Windows 10 on USB would start at $119 for the Home version and $199 for Windows 10 Pro Microsoft will also release the operating system as a free online upgrade to current users of Windows 7 and up The Windows 10 USB stick appeared with little fanfare on Amazon’s preorder page following weeks of speculation that Microsoft may give customers the option to ditch the DVD [VentureBeat] Contact us at [email protected] state visit is the grandest honor the UK can bestow upon a foreign leader Hosted by Queen Elizabeth II leaders can expect a 21-gun salute a motorcade past Londons most famous landmarks state banquets and a cup of tea or two with Prince William and Princess Kate But one foreign leader in particular also stands to receive record protests and slow handclaps from lawmakers when he visits in June Theresa May invited President Donald Trump to visit the UK this summer as the British Prime Minister hopes to secure a much-vaunted lucrative post-Brexit transatlantic trade deal However President Trumps travel ban on seven Muslim countries and his perceived xenophobia and misogyny have outraged many here The resistance has already begun Brits have taken to the streets in protest at Downing Streets increasing closeness to the White House and the speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow has stirred controversy among lawmakers by announcing that he will not allow Trump to address politicians in Parliaments 920-year-old Westminster Hall as is customary for such events But now that Londons most senior policeman Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has revealed the trip is expected to take place in June British protesters are forming more detailed plans to throw Trumps visit off course Here what Brits have in store for The Donald: 1 One million protesters An estimated million people marched against the Iraq War 14 years ago around 15% of the entire population Such is the hostility towards Trump that leading left-wing campaigners believe they can hit that record number once again Kevin Courtney general secretary of the powerful National Union of Teachers is one of the leaders of a broad Stand up to Trump coalition He says: "Were aiming for a demonstration of one million people were aiming to have one of Britains biggest ever demonstrations The things Trump is saying about migration is building up hatred of Muslims in this country (UK) its not just confined to those seven countries or citizens of the US Every person of color finds this frightening" Clive Lewis a leading left-wing lawmaker in the opposition Labour Party adds that the protests will show May that she must take a firmer line in her dealings with Trump "Some people think this is just the politics of protest” he tells TIME “When politicians see a million people marching theyll get it that people care about this" Many of these protesters are expected to wave their anti-Trump placards on Whitehall where Downing Street and the Cenotaph war memorial are located as the Presidents motorcade slowly makes its way to the Palace of Westminster 2 A parliamentary walkout Speaker Bercow might have attempted to block Trump from addressing lawmakers in Westminster Hall but his counterpart in Britains upper chamber the unelected House of Lords is willing to let the president to make his speech elsewhere on the parliamentary estate Already former Labour leader Harriet Harman is leading a planned no show of her partys most senior female Members of Parliament (MPs) when Trump speaks However TIME has learned that there are separate plots to further embarrass the president Talks have started among MPs of all opposition parties to walk out as soon as Trump starts his address and they hope to be supported by some of the more rebellious lawmakers from the governing Conservatives "If Donald Trump comes before Members of Parliament he needs to know many of us will walk out" says Tom Brake who is the foreign affairs spokesman for the Liberal Democrats "We do not want him here This a view shared by many on all sides in every party" A Labour lawmaker who wished to remain anonymous adds: "Theres also talk of turning our backs on Trump and slow handclapping him" 3 Snubbed by the Mayor of London Since he was elected mayor of the UKs capital city a year ago Sadiq Khan has been one of Trumps most persistent critics Khan who is a Muslim has argued Trump should not be extended the offer of a state visit while he pursues his immigration ban However he has also issued an open invitation for Trump to meet his family in the ethnically diverse south London area of Tooting in the hope it would calm his fears over Muslims A source at Londons City Hall says this invitation "still stands" but wouldn’t confirm Khan would agree to a meeting with Trump if asked Khans team will "review" any request at the time they said 4 A hated wind farm under construction near his golf course Rhea Wolfson co-chair of Scottish Labour young Socialists says Trumps golf course in Aberdeenshire on the west coast of Scotland will be "a target" for protests when he visits the UK As well as the usual placards and banners she says campaigners are plotting to design golf balls emblazoned with creative anti-Trump messages But Trump is likely to be angrier by what will be taking place about two or three miles down the road near the hamlet of Blackdog The real estate magnate has been involved in a long-running fight to stop the installation of an offshore windfarm that he believes will spoil the dramatic coastal views particularly from his luxurious golf course Indeed he even raised the issue with unofficial Brexit leader Nigel Farage when they met at trump Tower shortly after his shock election victory TIME can reveal though that construction and piling work has started onshore and that the Aberdeen Bay Wind Farm team is likely to be building the superstructure for a control building and sub-station at the time of the visit 5 A frosty Royal welcome It has been reported that Prince Charles an environmentalist might challenge Trump over his views on climate change Others have questioned whether the Duchess of Cambridge will want to meet him given the presidents comments in 2012 that the sale of topless pictures of her was justified However the most important person is the Queen Trump should have no fears here: she has shaken hands with such figures as former IRA commander Martin McGuinness in the sake of national duty As Rob Flello a senior Labour lawmaker puts it: "Trump doesnt care about Parliamentary democracy or what happens there this trip for him is only about having tea with the Queen" It will be fascinating to see if Trump is quite so sanguine in the face of walk-outs protests and an extremely angry nation Write to Mark Leftly at [email protected] companies blast large amounts of sand and water laced with chemicals underground to free oil and natural gas. a Mukluk Salsa, The crash overturned a car and destroyed the $6 million instrument. . 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