President Muhammadu Buhari this morning unfolded his government’s plan for a comprehensive rollout and investments in roads, rail and power infrastructure in the country. The high points of the speech include his stance on the popular topic of restructuring. He however urges Nigerians not to blame the current structure for the present situation but the processes. He also vows to deal with the bad oil marketers and finally reinstated that the dreaded terrorist sect, Boko haram, has already been defeated. The president made the following remarks in his nationwide broadcast to Nigerians with the central idea of intimating Nigerians on the efforts that are being made by his administration to address the huge infrastructure deficit ravaging the nation.
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Broadcast by President Muhammadu Buhari on October 1st, 2017 My dear Nigerians, October 1st remains a special date for all Nigerians as this marks the day when we attained one of the most precious of human desires — freedom. Over the years the country has gone through trials and tribulations, but October 1 st is … Continue reading Independence Day Specials: Full Text of the President’s Speech.
Just as promised some weeks ago, the 8th Senate under the leadership of Senator Bukola Saraki is fulfilling the Constitutional amendment process. The senate is riding on an already established record of numerous bill passage within its first 2yrs of inauguration. Thus, it is making a giant stride with the constitution review considerations. The Constitution … Continue reading A Breakdown of the 33 Constitutional Amendment Bills Passed by the Senate; Interpretations and Their Implications.
I am not as old as the 2nd republic, but the little history has taught me revealed that every general election in Nigeria gears up specific themes targeted at reviving the nation. However, there is never a period within these timeline that these themes have pragmatically stood their course. The 1979’s Green Revolution; 1993’s Hope … Continue reading Towards 2019: Restructuring as the Way Forward
Dear Nigerians, I bring you good wishes from President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, who as we all know is away from the country on medical vacation. Today marks the second anniversary of our assumption of office. We must thank the Almighty God not only for preserving our lives to celebrate this second anniversary, but for giving … Continue reading Democracy Day: Read The Acting President’s Speech Commemorating The Mid-term of The Present Adminstration in Office.
The Senate arm of the National assembly (Red Chamber as it is informal referred) comprises of 109 members effecting 3 each from 36 states of the federation plus 1 member representing the Capital. This arrangement is strictly according to the constitution. The Senate is only but one half of the Nation’s Bi-cameral structure of allowing … Continue reading National Assembly (1): The Senate. (plus comprehensive list of all its members and political parties)
According to the Senior Special Assisstant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, the Federal Government has purchased 110 rice milling machines to boost rice production in the Country. This is aimed at consolidating the efforts of the government so far on rice production. The acquired rice mills will be installed in significant … Continue reading 110 Rice Milling Machines to be Installed in Different Part of The Country to Boost Rice Production — Presidency.
The Lagos state applicants of the N-power scheme are lamenting the conditional delay and un functionality in scheme. The applicants, having been screened and shortlisted back in December 2016, are entitled to N30,000 monthly allowance each. With the mini success of the scheme so far, applicants across the country are beginning to reap their fruits … Continue reading LAGOS N-POWER SCHEME: PARTICIPANTS LAMENT NON FUNCTIONALITY.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed has called out on those that toying around his name to desist or prove him wrong. It has become a regular fond for social media users to coin the first name of the Honourable Minister from ‘Lai’ to ‘Lie’ indicating that he gives untrue information about issues. … Continue reading “Give Me One Thing That I have Said That Is Not True” — Lai Mohammed Warns ‘Lie’ Monikers.