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Just few days ago the embattled lawmaker cross-carpet from the role of the All Progressives Congress APC to the fold of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP on the floor of the senate Elder statesman and a former Police Commissioner Abubakar Tsav has lamented that things are going bad in the nation because President Muhammadu Buhari is a quiet and patient person Tsav said if it were to be former president Olusegun Obasanjo the rubbish going on under the Buhari government would have stopped Speaking with Punch Tsav described Buhari as a simple man who is corrupt-free He said “Buhari is a very good person If Buhari were like Obasanjo all the rubbish that is happening in this country he would have stopped it but the man is a patient person You see they have been abusing him calling him names you would never hear him reply He is doing his things quietly and he is honest; he is not corrupt “He has served as military governor military head of state minister of petroleum PTF chairman and so on but he has not made money for himself He lives a simple life and that’s how it should be That is how a true leader should behave” On the real problem with Buhari government Tsav said “What everybody is complaining about is that he has a kitchen cabinet who are influencing his administration Some people accused him of preference for his relations on jobs and other things You see everywhere in the world people bring those closer to them that they can trust If you don’t trust that person how would you call that person to come and work with you because he will come and tell you a lie and he would go out and do a horrible thing “This is what happens everywhere So if Buhari chooses his people who he has confidence in to work with him I see nothing wrong with that because when I was a Commissioner of Police that time my personal staff were people I had confidence in but they were not members of my family They were not members of my tribe I selected them from the police personnel who are just honest and fair and people who could keep secrets” Kris Engelstad McGarry said in the two years since she first met Kennedy their relations have been marked by the university’s "veiled threats" of litigation over the Ralph Engelstad Arena contract Communications have been "very passive aggressive""In fact it’s been quite hostile at times" McGarry said In an early meeting she said Kennedy told her "you won’t like me when I’m mad"Ralph Engelstad Arena a $110 million gift from her father to the university was completed in 2001 as the new home to UND hockey It’s currently owned and operated independently by RE Arena Inc and is leased for use by the university The arena contracted to be turned over to UND in 2030 was just one topic of many discussed in a wide-ranging interview between McGarry and the Herald’s editorial board McGarry requested the meetingTax records show the Engelstad Foundation has donated more than $12 million to the UND Foundation since 2011 The Herald asked if that kind of funding is in jeopardy in the future"Well I will say that the funding to the school itself yes" she said "Anything going forward yeah"Declining donationsDespite any feelings of disrespect the Engelstad Family Foundation still maintained a steady flow of monetary gifts to the school In recent years nonprofit finance reports obtained by the Herald show the philanthropic organization gave $4 million in 2011 to the UND Alumni Association and Foundation In the years following the family foundation continued to make high-level gifts to the alumni association giving $2 million per year through 2015DeAnna Carlson Zink CEO of the UND Alumni Association and Foundation said those donations were part of an earlier pledge by the Engelstad Foundation during the ND Spirit Campaign a 2005-2013 fundraising push"They were one of our early gifts" Carlson Zink said of the Engelstad dollars which Kennedy estimated at $20 millionRegardless that flow of money came to an abrupt stop when Kennedy took office in 2016 which Carlson Zink said marked the conclusion of the Engelstad pledgeFor that year the family foundation gave only $20000 to the UND alumni group In that same year the foundation gave $37000 to the club hockey program at the University of Nevada Las Vegas Financial reports for 2017 aren’t yet available but McGarry said the sum of her family foundation’s gifts to UND likely hadn’t much changed Her relationship with the Alumni Association itself remains good McGarry said Regardless of the timing of the Engelstad foundation pledge she said the sharp decline is a direct result of her unsatisfying dealings with Kennedy and other members of his administrationFor his part the president told the Herald Wednesday afternoon that he’s "always had good cordial and civil relationships with Kris in all my exchanges with her""When she was here for the (University of Minnesota hockey) game last fall and in prior meetings she said I’ve had a better relationship with her than any of the last three presidents" he said adding that he didn’t remember ever saying the "you won’t like me" remarkThat contradicted what McGarry said Wednesday when she came alone to the Herald She nodded when she was asked if she was aware the conversation was on the record"I understand everything I’m saying" she saidShe doesn’t necessarily want to see action taken against Kennedy but said she wants the situation to get better one way or another"I want to see him do his job" she said "I don’t want to see anybody fired"Arena discussionsThough Engelstad Arena has now been in use under different presidents for more than 15 years McGarry said issues with use of the facility have recently escalatedAccording to her Kennedy had characterized the arrangement made between the university and her father Ralph as written to the benefit of the donor at the expense of UND"(He said) my dad made a bad deal when he first gave them this gift" she said another comment Kennedy said he doesn’t recall saying "That he made a deal that only served him—that was said directly to me How we don’t act in the best interest of the arena or the university"McGarry lives in Las Vegas where her parents settled to expand Ralph Engelstad’s casino business Engelstad originally from Thief River Falls played hockey at UND before starting a career in construction Later he expanded into the gambling business operating casinos in Nevada and MississippiEngelstad is known as much for his giving to UND as his staunch backing of its Fighting Sioux nickname and logo In fact his support of the nickname nearly led him to abandon the half-completed arena when it looked like the university was going to move away from using the Sioux imageryThe school eventually retired the Sioux name and logo at the behest of the NCAA and now officially uses the Fighting Hawks nickname for its athletic teams But the Sioux logo still remains in the Ralph embedded in marble floors and on seats and other fixturesBecause of that McGarry said Kennedy has accused the family of "creating brand confusion" for the school a charge she views as unfair She also emphasized that her statements Wednesday to the Herald aren’t connected to the nickname nor her father’s advocacy of it—that was Ralph’s issue she says and isn’t of interest to either herself or her mother BettyThe look of the arena is one thing But hints made by Kennedy of litigation over the arena McGarry says are a key issue straining relationsShe said the president has threatened legal action in the past over parts of the arena contract mainly over points such as how ticket revenues are sharedSome of the unease with the arena preceded Kennedy she said as past UND presidents have pushed the boundaries of the agreement However she continued with Kennedy the extent of disagreement seems to have taken a new intensity"I will say (Kennedy) has started two separate conversations with me and said ‘You know that’s something I could sue over’ " McGarry said "And I said ‘You don’t want to go there with me Do you want to talk about that now’ And he said ‘no I’m just saying I could’ "McGarry said documents in recent weeks have been shaped by "violations he thinks we are doing and what could be taken to court"Kennedy said he doesn’t remember the conversation taking that turn adding that his office remains "highly appreciative of the contribution of the Ralph to UND"His administration has been "having conversations about the agreement" with representatives of the Engelstad family he said but those talks have "been in good faith and in cordial manner""If there’s been any back and forth debate if anything we’ve stressed how important we think the foundational agreements are" Kennedy said "how highly beneficial we think they are to UND and how our relationship reflects how the arena was generously given for our benefit"In describing the conversations with the Engelstads the president referenced "trying economic times" creating the possibility of a "significant may I call it painful budget adjustment in the athletic department"He also seemed to draw a distinction between the use agreements for the Ralph and the "underlying foundational documents" for the facility Kennedy said the university wants to ensure the former reflects the intent of the latter"If that in any way shape or form is construed by the other side in anything but a positive light that’s unfortunate" he said repeating that the university approached the talks in good faithThe foundational documents Kennedy said deal with both the financial distributions from the Ralph to the university "as well as the conduct of activities within the Ralph to the benefit of the UND athletic program""Whatever questions should come up the answer should be what’s the interest of the UND athletic department" he saidFraught relationsThe root of McGarry’s comments as she describes it is how she feels her family and its foundation has been treated by Kennedy and preceding administrationsShe said the last president the family shared a strong relationship with was Thomas Clifford a personal friend of her father who retired in 1992Clifford widely lauded in the region died in 2009That shaky rapport with administration was hurt even further by the news earlier this year that Kennedy was interviewing for another job less than two years after starting at UNDKennedy was named a finalist this winter in the search for a new president at the University of Central Florida a post he applied for after being recruited by an executive search firm He interviewed twice at the UCF campus in Orlando before getting turned down for the jobThe quick development so early in his tenure seemed to confirm a trend for McGarry In the past 16 years she said UND has had three full presidents and an interim each with "their own need their own take their own want"According to her the transitory nature of presidents not local to the area—each only building a line on a resume she said—leaves the community and state residents holding the bag after each departureExits aside McGarry had found Kennedy to be either "tone deaf" or to show "wishful thinking" in his recent dealings with her As an example of that she said that when he heard she was in town this week Kennedy asked if she’d be interested in coming to campus to look at other "investment opportunities" thereShe told the Herald she has no interest right now in funding capital projects at UND and made a point to note that her father was the family’s sole alumnus of the school Her mother Betty Engelstad didn’t graduate from UND and McGarry is an alumna of UNLVStill McGarry said her family’s foundation doesn’t want to turn away from UND students She arranged a meeting for Wednesday afternoon with a cross-section of the student body in an attempt to learn how the foundation might better meet their needs on campus She had hoped for university administrators to not be involved but guessed that there would be some in the room anyway—a prospect she said could "dilute" the conversationCompounding the issues between her family’s foundation and UND she said was what she described as a consistent difficulty with arranging effective meetings"I said let’s meet anytime in April or May I’m open" she said "He said ‘I’m not—not available’ " What’s more when the two did meet she said it was difficult to get a one-on-one discussion away from a full UND delegation In recent months McGarry says email correspondence between the two has included a wide range of recipients carbon-copied into the conversation The tone of the emails she notes rings like it was dictated by an attorney To her the communication seems to belie a fight for control over the arena"We don’t expect a parade but I also don’t expect to put on my boxing gloves" she said of the foundation’s giftsKennedy denied not making time for McGarry saying he’d been accommodating in the past and had set future dates aside to meet with her As for the group meetings he said that was a common means of managing ongoing affairsWhen asked if he thought McGarry wasn’t being truthful in her characterization of their dealings Kennedy said he "wouldn’t suggest she’s being dishonest""For not making additional contributions clearly if that’s her view then she is the only person that can make that judgment" he saidThe Spiritual Leader of One Love Family Satguru Maharaj Ji has said that he had revealed the sponsors of the sect to President Goodluck Jonathan two years ago Guru who recently declared that both sponsors of the group and those behind the April 14 bombing at Nyanya Park in Abuja that claimed scores of lives would face repercussions of their action before the end of October In an interview with Daily Independent the spiritualist said “I had told President Goodluck Jonathan those behind these nest of killers (Boko Haram) through several publications” “I have asked the President to arrest them before now because they said after the 2011 general elections that because power did not return to the North they would make the nation ungovernable “The spirit of the creator is against them They are going to be dealt with I will call them to order in the interest of innocent Nigerians enough of the bloodletting “If President Jonathan had listened to the advice I gave him two years ago when I was at Aso Rock all the killings by Boko Haram would have stopped After my visit to the villa the bombings stopped but because those in government did not continue to tap from my spiritual grace the bombers returned “Nigeria belongs to all of us As Living Perfect Master I cannot be here and all these continue I am challenging the Northern leaders to an open debate on a national television “Let them swear by the name of the Creator and all the seven elements of the earth that their actions were not the direct reflection of Boko Haram onslaught” in response to his Indian counterpart Arun Jaitleys warning that Indian forces would render any "adventurism" by Pakistan "unaffordable, "All our efforts to secure peace and tranquility on the Line of Control and the Work Boundary have elicited no cooperation from the Indian side.

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