Qatar Rejects Buhari’s planned visit to their country

The government of Qatar has requested for a change in dates for the planned visit of President Muhammadu Buhari to the country in September. According to a note dated August 19 from the embassy of Qatar in Abuja to the ministry of foreign affairs, the dates of the proposed visitation “are not suitable”. The note established that Nigeria had communicated in writing that Buhari had “accepted to visit Qatar on 11-12 September 2022 on the invitation of H.H Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, Emir of the State of Qatar”.   Read…

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$23m Abacha loot: SERAP writes Buhari, seeks ‘copy of agreement with US’

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has urged President Muhammad Buhari to “direct the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN) to provide our organization with a copy of the agreement the Federal Government recently signed with the United States for the repatriation of $23 million stolen by late General Sani Abacha.” The United States government had last week signed an agreement with the Federal Government to repatriate $23 million Abacha loot to Nigeria. In the letter dated 27 August 2022 and signed by SERAP deputy…

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Buhari govt makes u-turn, awards Tompolo multi-billion pipeline protection contract

President Muhammadu Buhari’s government has awarded Government Ekpemupolo, better known as Tompolo, a pipeline surveillance contract. The former militant leader was the Commander of the defunct Movement for Emancipation of Niger Delta (MEND). The deal is described as a renewal as Tompolo got a similar deal during the Goodluck Jonathan administration. The government and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Limited agreed to engage Tompolo to end illegal bunkering, illegal refining and oil theft in Niger-Delta communities. It is a reversal of the initial stance which saw the cancellation of…

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Governors Ask Buhari To Take 33 Steps To Rescue Nigeria’s Economy (Full List)

Nigerian governors advised President Muhammadu Buhari-led’s government to take some urgent steps as part of coordinated efforts to instill fiscal discipline and prevent the nation from economic collapse. The governors made the proposal at a meeting with Mr. Buhari last month, PREMIUM TIMES gathered from sources privy to details of the meeting. This newspaper reported that the governors advised the federal government to offer federal civil servants who are older than 50 years a one-off retirement package to exit the service. They equally urged the federal government to immediately put an end…

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Zainab Ahmed, Buhari’s finance minister swimming in corruption with Impunity

Nigerians are beginning to ask the right questions to their leaders. The Minister of Finance, Budget and economic planning, Zainab Ahmed is one of the President Buhari’s ministers that reeks of incompetence and glows in how own circle of corruption with impunity. The call-out took the center stage since her unfortunate and regrettable defense of FG’s Purchase of N1.4 billion Worth Of Vehicles For Niger Republic. The arrogance in her voice says it all. This is the luckiest Nigerian minister ever. Faces no criticism, zero competence, Zero meaningful policies. Claims spending…

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FG Confirms Purchase of N1.4 billion Worth Of Vehicles For Niger Republic

The Federal Government has confirmed that it approved the purchase of vehicles worth N1.4 billion for neighboring Niger Republic to tackle insecurity. The Minister of Finance, Budget, and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed gave the confirmation on Wednesday, explaining that providing intervention to the neighboring Niger Republic is not new and it is the prerogative of President Muhammadu Buhari who approved the purchase. According to her, President Buhari, whose actions she cannot question, has the right to make his own assessment of situations and give directives accordingly. She added that the…

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Nigerian Soldiers angry with Buhari as their salaries get delayed

Amid biting inflation and rising hunger in the country, some personnel of the Nigerian Army, Navy, and Air Force, on Tuesday night, complained about the delay by the federal government in paying their July salaries. The Abuja-based soldiers who spoke to our correspondent on the condition of anonymity said they and their colleagues are unhappy with the Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.)-led Government and Service Chiefs for refusing to pay them their July 2022 salaries, especially because they’ve worked extraordinarily since the Kuje prison break and most recent attacks by…

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ASUU wasting at Home as Buhari approves N1.4B to buy vehicles for Niger Republic government

Every day, annoying and Provocative news emerge in Nigeria that one may ordinarily think it wouldn’t be real. Almost all the time, it has come out to be real. David Hundeyin ,an investigative journalist who has been doing the lord’s work for Nigerians has yet dug out another unfortunate story indicting Buhari and his cabals running the affairs of the government. In his revelation, he published a receipt showing Buhari’s government buying vehicles for Niger Republic government whilst ASUU and students waste away at home. He wrote : “I’m going…

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Senators seek Buhari’s sacking, walk out on Lawan

Some senators walked out on the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, on Wednesday, after he allegedly refused the Minority Leader, Senator Philip Aduda, to allow them to lead the motion on the impeachment of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.). Aduda and some other senators of the Peoples Democratic Party then walked out of the plenary. It was learnt that some lawmakers that were displeased with the worsening security situation in the country had threatened to impeach the President. It was learnt that at the commencement of the plenary on…

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#Nlcprotest : “Enough is Enough Buhari, Resign Now – Falana (video)

Lawyer and human right activist, Femi Falana and the father to the music star, lawyer, Falz, who was involved today during the NLC protest at lagos has openly asked Buhari to resign as every of his body language reeks of tiredness. Falana decried the spike of unprecedented Insecurity in the country coupled with the lingered ASUU strike. In his outburst, “he asked Buhari to get money from 10 of the looters to settle ASUU outstandings. NIGERIANS are beginning to realize that it’s time for Buhari to throw in the towel. Maybe, it’s not…

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