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PoliticsTermux3mons ago
osundecides2022: apc names 60 - member campaign council
NOTICE: The inauguration of the All Progressive Congress (APC) National Campaign Council for the Osun State Governorship Election will be held on Thursday, 23rd, June 2022 by 2:00pm at APC National Headquarters, Abuja. Details later...
Osundecides2022: Apc Names 60 - Member Campaign Council
PoliticsTermux3mons ago
soludo offers 1million naira each to arrest unknown gunmen (photos)
Anambra State Government Unveils faces of Unknown Gunmen, declare Them wanted.. more details shortly...
Soludo Offers 1million Naira Each To Arrest Unknown Gunmen (photos)
TechTermux3mons ago
how to bypass easybuy payment on phones - by termux
How To Bypass Easybuy payment on Phones - By Termux Today I will exposing a secret on how you can bypass the Easybuy payment on phones 4Life. We all know how Easy Buy operates, You pay 20 - 30% and take a new phone home as loan, which if you didn't meet with your payment agreement they'll block you from accessing the phone. So today I will be showing u how u can bypass the Easybuy tracker and the phone will be yours for life without you paying them their money. I went into research on this I have been on the Internet cracking this having lots of sleeplest nights because around last year somebody brought a phone worth 70k in order for me to bypass the Easybuy payment on it after the phone has been blocked by Easybuy, But on to no avail, But I have finally gotten the solution after many months of sleeplest nights on the Internet! Is there anything that is too difficult for me to do on the Internet?? Absolutely NOTHING Now this is how you can bypass the Easybuy payment on all phones, including the latest iphone pro max Follow the steps below; REQUIREMENTS ✓ Tor Browser app ✓ MTK ENGINEERING MOD apk download from dark web ✓ WindScribe VPN PRO MOD Here's how to set it up 1. Download Tor Browser from Google play store or any of ur phone store 2. Download WindScribe VPN or get the pro mod APK from HappyMod site or u can download the HappyMod software on the phone 3. Download and Launch ur VPN Set it up and change ur location from Nigeria 🇳🇬 to any foreign servers, I normally use USA servers. Why changing ur severs?? So that if they track u they won't get your location, you will be in 🇳🇬 BUT it will display 🇺🇲 4. Launch ur Tor Browser and goto darkweb and get the MTK ENGINEERING MOD APK 5 Now navigate and launch the MTK Engineering app, scroll down to the mod APKPure you will see the phone IMEI number it's a 15 digits number that starts with " 35 " tap on the 15 digits IMEI number 6. A pop-up will appear showing "earse" click on the earse, you will be asked "Are you sure you want to earse?" CLICK "yes"! 7. It Will show earsing. Your phone will shut down and restart itself Within 60seconds. 8. When it's "ON" You Will see a screen mgs like "Lock Easybuy tracker out of this phone" tap on it and click done. ✅ That's all....... Congratulations! You've successful bypass the Easybuy payment on that phone and u have lock 🔒 them out of the phone 📱 for life. They'll never gain access to the phone again to lock it. That's how to bypass the Easybuy payment on phones. You can click on the share button to spear the Good News to the world if you are in need of the full video Tutorial on this kindly WhatsApp me via 08117024587 Terms & Conditions apply. I still remain #LordViccoDaHackModder aka Termux
How To Bypass Easybuy Payment On Phones - By Termux
PoliticsTermux3mons ago
breaking news: buhari replaces ex-ministers, send nominees list to senate
Buhari replaces ex-ministers, sends nominees List to SenatePublished on June 21, 2022 By Samson Atekojo Usman The Nigerian Senate has received the executive communication with the nomination of six names as replacements for ministers that resigned to contest the presidential election. In a letter that was read by the Senate President, Dr. Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan, on Tuesday, President Muhammadu Buhari said the nominees would replace the former ministers that resigned from his cabinet. The letter read: "In accordance with Section 8 Subsection 2 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic Of Nigeria as amended, I hereby forward the underlisted ministerial nominees for your confirmation". The nominees are: Henry Ikechuwu Ikoh - Abia State Umana Okon Umana - Akwa Ibom State Egwumakama Joseph Nkama - Ebonyi State Goodluck Nnana Opiah - Imo State Ademola Adewole Adegoroye - Ondo State Odum Odih - Rivers State
Breaking News: Buhari Replaces Ex-ministers, Send Nominees List To Senate
PoliticsTermux3mons ago
nigerian president buhari's q&a with bloomberg news: transcript
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-06-21/nigerian-president-buhari-s-q-a-with-bloomberg-news-transcript NIGERIAN PRESIDENT BUHARI’S Q&A WITH BLOOMBERG NEWS: TRANSCRIPT Below is the full, unedited text of Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari’s written responses to questions posed by Bloomberg News: Q1. You campaigned for office with a pledge to fight corruption, secure the country and fix the economy. How would you rate your performance in fulfilling those pledges during your eight years in office? Why has insecurity been so hard to tackle? Are you making headway? A: We leave Nigeria in a far better place than we found it. Corruption is less hidden for Nigerians feel empowered to report it without fear, while money is returned; terrorists no longer hold any territory in Nigeria, and their leaders are deceased; and vast infrastructure development sets the country on course for sustainable and equitable growth. Security In 2015, Boko Haram held territory the size of Belgium within the borders of Nigeria. Today they are close to extinct as a military force. The leader of ISWAP was eliminated by a Nigerian Airforce airstrike in March. The jets acquired from the US and intelligence shared by British were not provided to previous administrations and stand as testament to renewed trust re-built between Nigeria and our traditional western allies under my government. We urge those same international partners to take additional steps costing them nothing, by proscribing another group – IPOB - as a terrorist organization. Their leadership enjoys safe haven in the West, broadcasting hate speech into Nigeria from London, spending millions lobbying members of the US Congress, and freely using international financial networks to arm agitators on the ground. This must stop. My administration is the only in Nigeria’s history to implement a solution to decades-long herder-farmer conflicts, exacerbated by desertification and demographic growth. The National Livestock Transformation Plan, putting ranching at its core, is the only way to deplete the competition for resources at the core of the clashes. Governors from some individual states have sought to play politics where ranches have been established; but where they have been disputes have dramatically reduced. Economy How prescient our policies for boosting domestic production have become! For years we have been criticised by the likes of the FT, the Economist, and others for supposedly mistaken attempts to de-globalise and re-localize food production and boost manufacturing. Now with the war in Ukraine breaking global food supply chains “Davos Man” is in retreat as the energy crisis makes countries everywhere think again about energy independence and security. We have spent our two terms investing heavily in national road, rail, and transport infrastructure set to unleash growth, connect communities, and lessen inequality. This is structural transformation. It may not show on standard economic metrics now, but the results will be apparent in good time. Corruption Starting with our Whistleblowing Policy enacted in my first year in office hundreds of millions in stolen funds have been returned within Nigeria. Working with our international partners, hundreds of millions of various currencies have been returned from abroad – primarily from the UK, US, and Switzerland – and used as social and welfare funds distributed directly to the poorest during the Covid pandemic and the provision of long-delayed infrastructure-roads, bridges, rail, and power. As an illustration, Monetary recoveries (January-December) 2021 show that more N152 billion has been recovered. Dollar recoveries for the year amount to over USD 386 million; GBP, more than 1.1 million; Euro, about 157,000; Saudi Riyals about 1.7 million some more in Digital and other currencies. Those partners refused to return these monies held for decades to previous Nigerian administrations in the certainty they would simply be re-stolen. They changed their approach with us because they knew my administration could be trusted. Q2. Food inflation has risen by double digits since 2015, despite the government’s efforts to boost agricultural production. Why has your administration battled to counter pricing pressures? What will it take for Nigeria to achieve food security? How concerned are you about food shortages in Nigeria and the broader region, given the drought that it is currently experiencing? A: We can only imagine what food inflation would be today had we not initiated organized programmes to boost domestic production. And still, we do not grow enough domestically. Initiatives such as the Nigeria Anchor Borrower’s programme, helping farmers compete against artificially lowered imports has boosted rice production to 9 million metric tonnes in 2021 from around 5.4 million metric tonnes in 2015. Even in the years of drought, rice production outstripped pre-2015 levels. Imports have fallen to near zero. We are making progress. Against these advances international trade remains rigged against food security in Africa. The EU’s policies in particular (see: It’s time for a new economic deal between the EU and Africa) are all rhetoric of open trade – yet their Common Agricultural Policy subsidy programmes and export of those subsidized goods create dependence, undermine Africa’s self-sufficiency, and cause food poverty and starvation. If only out of enlightened self-interest the West – and particularly Europe - must step up. The moral if not economic case for doing so is unarguable. Do nothing, and more migrants from across the Sahel will attempt dangerous journeys to reach Europe. Q3. Nigeria continues to confront electricity shortages, and your government has faced calls to modernize the grid, or make the sector economical for stakeholders up and down the chain. Do you think you have done enough to address the nation’s energy shortfall? What else needs to be done? A: First, we need for more input. Our legislative framework has been a drag. The landmark PIA (see later answers) will bolster input, raise capital, and bring transparency to the system. On grid modernization, there are hundreds of ongoing projects and initiatives attracting funding from investors. Take my Presidential Power Initiative (PPI), a government-to-government initiative between the Governments of Nigeria and Germany, with Siemens AG, to upgrade the electricity grid with a $2 billion investment. Once signed into law the constitutional amendment bill – recently voted through parliament – will allow state governments to generate and transmit their own electricity, further facilitating investor participation in our market and enabling states and local businesses to transmit excess supply to the grid. We are also decentralizing the national grid through renewable driven mini-grids. The $550 million Nigeria Electrification Project has deployed more than 20,000 Standalone Solar Systems (SHS), as well as Solar Hybrid mini-grids in over 250 locations. Q4. The IMF and World Bank and many leading economists have urged you for years to remove the fuel subsidy and to unify the exchange rate. Why have you not heeded such calls? A: Most western countries are today implementing fuel subsidies. Why would we remove ours now? What is good for the goose is good for the gander! What our western allies are learning the hard way is what looks good on paper and the human consequences are two different things. My government set in motion plans to remove the subsidy late last year. After further consultation with stakeholders, and as events unfolded this year, such a move became increasingly untenable. Boosting internal production for refined products shall also help. Capacity is due to step up markedly later this year and next, as private players and modular refineries (Dangote Refinery, BUA Group Refinery, Waltersmith Refinery) come on board. The exchange rate is still susceptible to external shocks that can suddenly and severely affect Nigerian citizens. As we step up domestic production – both in fuel (enabled by PIA) and food (agricultural policies) – the inflationary threat shall diminish, and we can move toward unification. Q5. The sharp rise in borrowing since 2015 has left the country now spending almost all of its revenue servicing debt. What will that level of debt servicing costs mean for the country going forward? Do you think you have done enough to try and bring debt under control? A: A narrow focus on debt misses the point. What it fills is Nigeria’s longstanding infrastructure deficit by constructing a foundation for sustainable growth - spreading opportunity to ensure no part of the country is left behind, which has led to insecurity in the past. Our infrastructure developments have been the most ambitious since Nigeria’s independence. Over 800 federal roads are being constructed or undergoing rehabilitation and 650km of rail line have been laid, helping alleviate food inflation pressures, given most food is produced in the north. Had the infrastructure gap not been filled it will only grow, become more costly to repair what little we have while lacking more on infrastructure on which to build growth, negatively impacting progress towards UN Sustainable Development Goals. Q6. Nigeria has one of the lowest tax-to-revenues ratios in the world. Is there more your administration could have done to boost tax collection? A: Though we have the largest economy in Africa, it is true that translating that wealth into revenue generation is challenging. We raised VAT in 2020, and the IMF wanted us to raise it further, but this is a complex issue that cannot be addressed by tax hikes alone. Around 80% of Nigerians work in the so-called informal economy – a situation exacerbated by the pandemic. It is difficult to tax the informally employed, and no country has yet found an adequate solution. Still, we are striving to find one, including the roll out of a national ID card which has grown from 7 million in 2015 to between 90-100 million today – including a tax code and, at the same time combined with access to various government services. In 2016 I launched the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council (PEBEC), making Nigeria an easier place to start and grow a business. PEBEC’s policies, as with our national ID card rollout help integrate the informal sector. We also work closely with ECOWAS to implement initiatives like the Support Programme for Tax Transition in West Africa (PATF), improving the management of domestic taxation and ensuring better coordination of taxation in the ECOWAS and West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) regions. Q7. You serve as oil minister in addition to president. Why has the country’s crude production been slumping, with Nigeria unable to meet its OPEC quota for almost a year despite elevated prices? What are you doing to bolster output? A: Four years ago, we unveiled plans for a new gas pipeline connecting Nigeria to Europe. Last week (2nd June) – in record time - the Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) entered into an agreement with the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) for its construction. Concurrently on 1st July the NNPC will become a Limited Liability Company and be subject to more robust auditing and commercial disclosure obligations. It will help stimulate investment and boost transparency, where corruption has deterred the former and stymied the latter. My administration is the first to pass this landmark reform in our oil and gas sector, after two decades of predecessors’ failure to do so – no doubt due to vested interests. Criminality and terrorism in oil-producing regions hamper production, and it would help if our western allies designated IPOB as a terrorist group, given their complicity in damage to pipelines and infrastructure. We have invested in our security forces, including the $1 billion military deal with the U.S. for the acquisition of A-29 Super Tucano aircraft. These efforts are making an impact: wells that had to be closed due to criminality have now re-opened. With these efforts, OPEC has raised our quota for next month. Q8. What is Nigeria doing to take advantage of the gas supply crisis in Europe? How fast do you think Nigeria will be in a position to fill in on some of the European demand? A: We need long term partnership not inconsistency and contradiction on green energy policy from the UK and European Union. Investment is hampered by their broad-brush moratorium on overseas gas projects, while at home the same projects are classified as green. It does not help their energy security, it does not help Nigeria’s economy, and it does not help the environment. It is a hypocrisy that must end. To change, the UK and EU countries should invest in our planned 4000 km pipeline to bring Nigerian gas – the largest reserves in Africa – via Morocco, then onto Europe. Q9. Are you concerned about the debate around the central bank’s independence following the governor showing interest in running for president? How are you going to resolve that? A: The CBN governor is appointed by the President. But this appointment is subject to confirmation by the Nigerian Senate. Ultimately, it will be for the CBN’s board of directors to determine whether a CBN governor’s actions have fallen foul of the laws in place to ensure he can most effectively carry out his duties. But there is a subtext to the accusations. Because the governor follows a model outside of the economic orthodoxy, he is labelled political. But the orthodoxy has proved wrong time and again. Instead, the governor is following an alternative economic model that puts people at the heart of policy. Nigeria should be free to choose its development model and how to construct our economy, so it functions for Nigerians. Q10. Do you plan to endorse a candidate for president? If so, who? A: Yes. I will endorse the APC candidate for president. Q11. You have suggested that members of the Commonwealth, who are due to meet in Rwanda next month, cooperate more closely on matters of defense and security. What do you have in mind? A: African nations make up the largest contingent of Commonwealth members. There is no reason why one of the world’s foremost arms manufacturers should not sell more widely to this club – a group of allies. If they don’t get them from Britain, they shall necessarily get them from elsewhere. This only creates a mosaic of different systems across Commonwealth members on the continent. Instead, we should aspire to interoperability, which would have a material impact on the ground. Commonwealth members in Africa often find themselves in the same missions. Operating with the same hardware and systems, collaborating troops would be more effective. Such collaboration could also open doors to deeper intelligence sharing. I also believe the club can be used far more effectively as a voting bloc at intergovernmental bodies to deliver outcomes for the whole of the Commonwealth - and individual members when they ask for backing on matters from the rest of the group on issues of importance to them. The Non-Aligned Movement present common voting positions, and they have far less in common than Commonwealth members. Why would we not try to do this? We can also do far more to reduce barriers to trade between members. When the UK remained in the EU that was less possible; now with the Commonwealth’s largest economy able to strike trade deals of its own, much has changed. The UK’s move to become the first country to sign a deal with the AfCFTA is an obvious example. With the 19 Commonwealth African members making up the majority of the African economy, a UK-AfCFTA deal is substantially a UK-Commonwealth deal. It should act as a spur for other leading non-African Commonwealth countries such as Australia and Canada to sign compatible agreements. Q12. Are you concerned that people accused of blasphemy still get stoned to death on the streets in northern Nigeria? What do these long-standing religious divisions mean for Nigeria’s future? A: No person has the right to take the law into his or her own hands. Christianity and Islam, our two Great Faiths and their Great Books have far more in common than they have apart. Nigeria has a long tradition of tolerance that we must draw on, and we must strive to find common ground. What comes out of this tragedy is to cherish what we share, while at the same time respect our differences. -ENDS-
Nigerian President Buhari's Q&a With Bloomberg News: Transcript
PoliticsTermux3mons ago
president buhari receives ekiti governor-elect in aso rock photos
President Muhammadu Buhari receives in audience Ekiti State Governor Elect Biodun Oyebanji in State House on 20th June 2022 President Buhari with L-R: Jigawa State Governor Abubakar Badaru, APC National Chairman Senator Abdullahi Adamu, Ekiti State Governor-Elect Biodun Oyebanji, Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi, Chief of Staff Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, Campaign DG & Kebbi State Governor Atiku Bagudu, Minister of Industry, Trade & Investment Otunba Niyi Adebayo and SSA to President (Domestic) Sarki Abba as he received in audience Ekiti State Governor-Elect in State House on 20th June 2022
President Buhari Receives Ekiti Governor-elect In Aso Rock Photos
PoliticsTermux3mons ago
f.g declares tuesday - friday as public holiday for pvc registration
The Federal Government has declared Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, (June 21st to 24th, 2022) as work free days to enable the State, public and civil Servants to go to their respective localities and obtain their Permanent Voter's Card (PVC). The Federal government on Monday directed all the commissioners, Special Advisers, Permanent Secretaries, and other public office holders, party officials and traditional rulers to monitor and supervise the ongoing Voter's Registration exercise. This was contained in a press statement signed and issued to Newspaper vendors, Newsroom in Abuja, the Nation's capital on Monday by the Minister Of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Adesoji Aregbersola According to the statement,"Every person above the age of 18 is expected to be part of the exercise, saying that it was their constitutional right to elect their leaders". The Federal government appealed to the general public to participate in the exercises so that they would not complain later.
F.g Declares Tuesday - Friday As Public Holiday For Pvc Registration
TechTermux3mons ago
mtn season of surprise promo - mtn is giving out 5gb & 5k airtime for n150
MTN Season Of Surprises PROMO - Mtn Is Giving Out 5GB & 5k Airtime For N150 Don't miss out, MTN has started surprising their customers again this Season, To enjoy this Offer, Text "MUSIC" to 5900" without the qoutes You will receive a pop-up message like this, "Thank you for requesting for Game+ Weekly Plan at NGN 150.00/week. Data charges may apply. Please reply: 1. Accept 2. Reject kindly select 1 and that's all. You will receive a success message from MtnSurprise. Dial *131*4# to check your data and *559*4# to check your 5k bonus airtime which can be use to call any network. I still remain Termux
Mtn Season Of Surprise Promo - Mtn Is Giving Out 5gb & 5k Airtime For N150
PoliticsTermux3mons ago
breaking: godsday orubebe dumps pdp
This was stated in a letter addressed to the party's national chairman, Senator (Dr.) Iyorchia Ayu, starting that he took the decision because the party is not ready to regain Power from the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) in the 2023 generation elections. Details later...
Breaking: Godsday Orubebe Dumps Pdp
PoliticsTermux3mons ago
just-in lagos landlord tinubu attacked in lagos by unknown hoodlums
FULL GIST!!! LAGOS LANDLORD ATTACKED IN LAGOS BY HOODLUMS. Convoy of the presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, Bola Tinubu has been attacked in Lagos State, South-West Nigeria. The incident occurred at Adeniji end of Isale Eko after the ruling party’s standard-bearer visited the Oba of Lagos on his return to his home state after emerging as a presidential candidate in the 2023 general elections. Tinubu was heading to his Bourdilon Ikoyi residence from the palace. The hoodlums threw stones and other dangerous weapons at the convoy as it drove from the palace. Some of them were wielding swords and cutlasses smashing side glasses and front windshields of vehicles that were attached. Though Tinubu was not affected by the attack, the bus conveying journalists and the backup security car on the convoy were the most affected. While the ait.live reporter and cameraman were unhurt, two other journalists sustained injuries and are receiving medical attention. The former Lagos State Governor arrived in Lagos on Sunday after the Ekiti State governorship election and was received at the Presidential Wing of Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Ikeja before proceeding to the palace of the Oba of Lagos. Details later.... #SOURCES #TRIBUNE #YOUTUBE #VANGUARD
Just-in Lagos Landlord Tinubu Attacked In Lagos By Unknown Hoodlums
PoliticsTermux3mons ago
president buhari congratulates oyebanji, ekiti state governor-elect
PRESIDENT BUHARI CONGRATULATES OYEBANJI, EKITI STATE GOV-ELECT; SAYS VICTORY AFFIRMS APC’S ACCEPTANCE President Muhammadu Buhari congratulates Biodun Oyebanji, the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, as he is declared Governor-elect in Saturday’s Ekiti State Gubernatorial election. The President said the victory is well deserved considering Oyebanji’s contributions to the development of the State and the party, before his nomination as the standard bearer, urging him, however, to be magnanimous in victory in the interest of the people of the State. President Buhari also rejoices with the APC chairman, Abdulahi Adamu, and the National Working Committee for the victory, the first under the tenure of the newly elected executives of the party. “This is a good beginning for you and your team. The APC is getting stronger and more united. The victory of our party in Ekiti is an indication of the confidence of Nigerians in the ability of our great party to deliver quality governance to all,” said the President. He charged all APC members across and outside the country to see this as a good omen for the 2023 general elections and work assiduously to ensure the party’s victory, continuing the trend with Osun State next month July. President Buhari also felicitates with the people of Ekiti State for the smooth conduct of the election, affirming that they are the real victors as they have been able to freely choose their leader for the next four years. He lauded the Independent National Electoral Commission and the law enforcement agencies for the preparations put in place, urging them to keep the momentum for upcoming elections. Femi Adesina Special Adviser to the President (Media & Publicity) June 19, 2022
President Buhari Congratulates Oyebanji, Ekiti State Governor-elect
PoliticsTermux3mons ago
inec declares apc oyebanji winner of ekiti governorship elections
*#EkitiDecides2022* *Ekiti Gubernatorial Election Results As Announced on Channels TV as at 1.23am Sunday June 19, 2022* 1. Ijero LG APC---13,754 PDP-----4,897 SDP-----5,006 2. Emure LG APC---7,728 PDP---2,610 SDP---3,445 3. Ekiti South West LG APC---9,679 PDP---4,474 SDP---4,577 4. Ikere LG APC-12,086 PDP---3,789 SDP---1,943 5. Moba LG APC-11,609 PDP---3,530 SDP---4,904 6. Ilejemeje LG APC---4,357 PDP---1,157 SDP---2,344 7. Efon LG APC---4,012 PDP---6,303 SDP-----339 8. Ekiti West LG APC--15,322 PDP----3,386 SDP----3,863 9. Irepodun/Ifelodun LG APC--13,125 PDP----4,712 SDP----5,010 10. Oye LG APC---13,396 PDP-----4,122 SDP-----5,391 11. Ido-Osi LG APC---10,321 PDP-----2,871 SDP-----9,489 12. Ise-Orun LG APC---8,074 PDP---2,588 SDP---5,909 13. Ado LG APC---23,831 PDP-----7,575 SDP---15,214 14. Ikole LG APC---16,417 PDP-----6,266 SDP-----5,736 15. Aiyekire (Gbonyin) LG APC---11,247 PDP----3,947 SDP----4,059 16. Ekiti East LG APC---12,099 PDP-----5,230 SDP-----4,982 ---------------------- TOTALS APC - 187,057 PDP - 67,457 SDP - 82,211 ---------------------- APC - 15 LGs PDP - 1 LG SDP - 0 LG Biodun Abayomi Oyebanji of APC wins the Governorship Election Labour party will definitely fail before 12 noon on the election day. LP that don't have structure is coming out to produce president, no rep members, no Senate members, no governor, nothing at all to give them soft landing. APGA is better than them but still can't win president. All I know is that they will obi- dently fail woffly.
Inec Declares Apc Oyebanji Winner Of Ekiti Governorship Elections
PoliticsTermux3mons ago
results from ekiti state election
*RESULTS FROM EKITI STATE::* *Ward 4 Erijiyan...* APC : 121 PDP : 8 *Ward 6, Ikogosi, Ekiti West* APC -169 PDP -0 SDP -7 *Unit 1, Osun ward:* APC -118 PDP-13 SDP -60 *Ijero Ward A, Unit 10* APC : 90 PDP: 1 SDP: 0 *Otun Ekiti Ward 2 Odo Alede* *Unit 07* APC - 101 PDP - 003 SDP - 024.
Results From Ekiti State Election
PoliticsTermux3mons ago
breaking: oyebanji wins polling unit
Biodun Oyebanji APC candidate, has won his polling unit by a landslide. Oyebanji votes at PU003 (front of Oyebanji's Compound, Oke Lele), Ward VI (Ikogosi), Ekiti West LGA. APC: 296 PDP: 1 SDP: 0
Breaking: Oyebanji Wins Polling Unit
PoliticsTermux3mons ago
you truly belongs to everybody and you belongs to nobody, tinubu tells buhari
TINUBU TO BUHARI: YOU TRULY BELONG TO EVERYBODY, AND BELONG TO NOBODY The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu, has described President Muhammadu Buhari as a “true leader, brother and friend” who demonstrated a “sense of purpose, composure, and maturity” in the weeks leading to the Special Convention of the Party. In a letter to the President, which he personally signed, Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu expressed gratitude for the President’s congratulatory letter to him, adding that while all the contestants expected President Buhari to “choose” his successor, he simply allowed a level playing field. According to him, “You belonged to everybody in the party and you belonged to none of the individual candidates of the party.” He congratulated the President for the successful conclusion of the Convention and assured him of an issue focused campaign leading to the 2023 general elections. Femi Adesina Special Adviser to the President (Media & Publicity) June 18, 2022 The full text of the letter is reproduced below: Dear Mr President, DEEP APPRECIATION I bring you sincere fraternal greetings and congratulations on the successful conclusion of the special Presidential Convention of our great party, the All Progressives Congress (APC). On behalf of my wife, Oluremi, and my entire family, I want to express my sincere gratitude for the very special and personal congratulatory letter you sent to me. I am deeply honored. Your words in that letter were reassuring, reenergizing, and reinvigorating. Your Excellency, one must admire the sense of purpose, composure, and maturity you demonstrated in the weeks and months preceding the primary elections of our great party. As aspirants and party leaders, we all pleaded with you to “choose” your successor. Naturally, this is expected especially in African democracy. Up until the 6th of June, 2022, the day of the APC Presidential primaries, the whole of Nigeria, including myself, was waiting for you to announce your preferred candidate. All of us thought and believed this was a very simple matter. However, it was only as the primary went into the night and as the candidates walked up to the podium and spoke that I fully and truly appreciated your position and stance to be neutral and non-aligned to any of us. As the first person to speak, I also had the special vantage point to carefully hear, without any distraction, what the other candidates had to say. As the hours rolled by that evening, it became clear to me that all of us were your preferred candidates. As you captured it aptly in your letter to me, the “spirit” of 2013 and 2014 when we created and built APC was there for all to see. In your letter and in our many meetings over the years, you fondly reminisced on fraternal attitude in the days and months before and after formation of the APC, when we all worked day and night to create, sustain and nurture our nascent movements into a credible opposition party and ultimately, become the ruling party. That time, no one spoke about tribe; no one spoke about religion. That was not what drove us. We were driven by a common desire to save and transform Nigeria. One by one, I saw my colleagues and partners stand on the podium, full of the same passion and patriotic zeal they had in 2013/2014, presenting their ideas on how to build on your successful legacy. Back then, as it is now, we were from all parts of the country, all tribes, and all religions. We all had deep personal and strong bonds with you. We were together back then and our bonds remained strong up till now. Mr. President, as the night of 6 June turned to morning of 7 June, I fully understood and appreciated your stance. “You belonged to everybody in the party and you belonged to none of the individual candidates of the party.” A true leader, brother and friend. Mr. President, the delegates from all over the country nominated my humble self to be their candidate. I must acknowledge that my nomination would not have become a reality without your support and that of the party leaders across the country. Indeed, as I reflect on my political journey, most of the 2022 APC presidential aspirants, members of the Progressive Governors Forum and National Assembly leaders and members all had a role to play in my successes and achievements thus far. I will forever be grateful to them for shaping my political journey over the decades. I want to assure you that I will continue to work with them going forward. My emergence as a candidate is also a victory for them. I have met most of them in the past few days and will continue these engagements as we plan for the general elections. Mr. President, APC is united and will remain united as we move towards the general elections. I have taken note of the message you sent to all Presidential Candidates in your Democracy Day speech to the nation on the 12th June, 2022. Our country is going through a very sensitive period and no one should put their personal desires above and beyond the nation’s peace and prosperity. As you said, the “message we set at the top will be replicated in our followers.” At this point, I will take this opportunity to assure Your Excellency of my commitment to running an issue focused campaign as we move into the general elections. I will personally engage the candidates from other political parties to urge them to do same. Voters should elect us based on our policies, programmes, and projects. By the grace of God, we as candidates will avoid having divisive, destructive and disruptive campaigns. I will conclude by once again thanking you for being there for all of us. By the grace of God and with your leadership, guidance and support, I am confident that we will lead our great party, the APC, to victory in the February 2023 general elections. We will ride on the back of your successes. We will build on the foundations of transparency and integrity which you have laid. Mr President, together, side by side, in the spirit of 2014, we will win and Nigeria will move forward to a progressive, peaceful and prosperous future. Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu APC Presidential Candidate
You Truly Belongs To Everybody And You Belongs To Nobody, Tinubu Tells Buhari
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statement by his excellency muhammadu buhari, president of the federal republic of nigeria (full text)
STATEMENT BY HIS EXCELLENCY, MUHAMMADU BUHARI, PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA, ON THE OCCASION OF THE MAJOR ECONOMIES FORUM ON ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE (MEF), HOSTED BY THE US PRESIDENT, FRIDAY, 17 JUNE 2022. Let me begin by thanking Your Excellency, the President of the United States of America, Joe Biden, for convening this important event which is crucial to the wellbeing of our national economies as well as our continued existence on the planet. 2.​Permit me to also thank other members of the Major Economies Forum for Energy and Climate Change for their commitment to climate action, particularly the consensus on the deployment of clean energy technologies at the lowest possible cost; and establishment of the Global Partnership to drive transformational progress across the globe. 3.​It is our fervent hope and expectation that the partnership will be vigorously pursued in order to mitigate the consequential adversities of climate change on our environment. Excellencies, 4.​The bad effects of climate change are disastrous to humanity, considering the magnitude of environmental destruction and its negative impacts on our respective countries. 5.​In Nigeria, we have witnessed several environmental challenges including creeping land degradation, desertification and drought in the northern part, wanton deforestation, land encroachment, invasion of coastal lines, biodiversity loss, flooding and coastal erosion in the Southern region of our country. 6.​These developments reinforce Nigeria’s commitment to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change geared towards the stabilization of greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic consequences and to the rules of the 2015 Paris Agreement. 7.​ In fulfillment of our commitment to the Glasgow Climate Pact, I signed the Nigerian Climate Change Bill on 18 November 2021. The Climate Change Act provides a legal framework for achieving low Greenhouse Gas emissions while ensuring green and sustainable economic growth. 8.​The Act will support and enable the implementation of national climate actions, including accessing climate finance and carbon trading that will enable reduction in greenhouse gases that are contributory factors to climate change and its attendant effects. 9.​We have submitted an updated Nationally Determined Contribution to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change which replaced the interim NDC that was submitted on 27 May 2021. 10.​Our updated NDC includes the waste sector which is expected to contribute to the reduction of Nigeria’s Greenhouse Gas emissions. This development raised an additional two per cent to the Nationally Determined Contribution from 45 per cent to 47 per cent conditionally and 20 per cent unconditionally below business-as-usual. 11.​Other action plans that are inherent in our NDC include; a) elimination of kerosene lighting by 2030, b) increase in the use of bus rapid transit as a means of transportation for the general public, c) a 50 per cent reduction in the fraction of crop residues burnt by 2030, d) implementation of forest programmes e) initiatives to deliver 20 per cent Green House Gas emission reductions and enhanced removals equivalent to approximately 74.2 Metric tons of Carbon Dioxide by 2030, and f) Ratification of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol to phase out Hydro-fluoro-carbon emissions. 12.​Furthermore, Nigeria is developing National Frameworks for Article 6 and for carbon pricing. We have finalized the Sectoral Action Plan for the implementation of the revised NDC in the key priority sectors, namely Energy, Oil & Gas, Agriculture & Land use, Power, Transport and Water and Waste. Your Excellencies, 13.​Let me now address the issues at hand regarding the endorsement of the Global Methane Pledge; publication of methane regulations for the oil and gas sector by COP27 and Inclusion in other joint initiatives to accelerate the deployment of zero-emission vehicles; demonstration of high-priority clean energy technologies; and de-carbonization of ocean-based shipping. 14.​Nigeria joined the Global Methane Alliance in 2019 with commitment to methane reduction targets of at least 45 per cent by 2025 and a 60-75 per cent reduction by 2030. 15.​Nigeria’s 2019 National Plan to Reduce has started through the required voluntary actions, with an initial focus on elimination of Short-Lived Pollutants methane in the Oil and Gas sector. 16.​Our plan aims to improve air quality and reduce Nigeria’s contribution to climate change through 22 specific mitigation measures in 8 source sectors (transportation, cooking and lighting in households, industry, waste, oil and gas, agriculture, power and Hydro-Floro-Carbon), as well as adoption and ratification of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol aimed at phasing out Hydro- fluoro-carbon emissions. 17.​The full implementation of these measures would be effective in reducing Short-Lived Pollutants, with an 83 per cent reduction in black carbon emissions by 2030 compared to a business-as-usual scenario, and 61 per cent reduction in methane emissions. 18.​These measures are also effective in reducing other air pollutants, such as nitrogen oxides and particulate matter, and also reduce Carbon Dioxide emissions. 19.​This means that the implementation of these measures could reduce exposure to air pollution across Nigeria by 22 per cent in 2030, while reducing Nigeria’s contribution to climate change. 20.​My administration approved Nigeria’s Sustainable Energy for All Action Agenda in 2016, which has a target of almost tripling generation capacity in the next decade, to reach a total of 30 Gigawatt by 2030. 21.​Of this, 30 per cent will be generated from renewable resources, with almost half of this provided by medium and large hydro. The Clean Energy Transport Scheme in major Nigerian cities involves the introduction of compressed natural gas for buses in public transport. 22.​ Nigeria is aware that its heavy dependence on fossil fuel makes the country especially vulnerable in a world that has a target to reduce or even eliminate fossil fuel as a key driver of the global economy. 23.​A number of countries are already setting bans on the sale of oil consuming Internal Combustion Engine vehicles. However, Nigeria is also aware that short term response to transition from fossil fuel to clean energy may jeopardize our economic growth. As a result, we intend to use the Long-Term Low-Emissions Development Strategy as our transition process. 24. ​The Long-Term Low-Emissions Development Strategy provides Nigeria the pathway to carefully assess the opportunities that might arise in terms of a cleaner, more dynamic, and more sustainable growth model. 25.​It will also provide the options for the country to implement a less carbon-intensive model of economic development in the face of decreasing global reliance on fossil fuel energy. Mr. President, Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, 16.​Achieving a climate-neutral economy by 2050 will require progressively phasing out or profoundly changing the country’s carbon-intensive industries. This will be particularly challenging and will require a well-managed transition through effective visioning and full financial support from partners. 17.​Nigeria is ready to partner with countries and relevant stakeholders to achieve the goals of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and objectives of the Paris Agreement, while combining both local and international solutions in its quest to mitigate the challenges of climate change and adapting to the realities of the catastrophic environmental destruction facing our world. 18.​I thank you all.
Statement By His Excellency Muhammadu Buhari, President Of The Federal Republic Of Nigeria (full Text)
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ekiti state governorship candidates casting their votes (pictures)
Ekiti State Political parties governorship candidates casting Their Votes. Photo1: Kolawole PDP Photo2: Oni SDP Photo3: Oyebanji APC
Ekiti State Governorship Candidates Casting Their Votes (pictures)
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ekiti 2022: governorship election monitoring, live updates and results
EIGHTEEN candidates will be jostling for the governorship seat at the June 18 gubernatorial election in Ekiti state, according to the Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC) has shown. Out of the 16 candidates vying for the governorship seat, 14 of them are male while two are female. Stay tuned for More updates Knowing the truth is honourable, but twisting the truth is very dishonourable. Nigerians need the truth Re: Ekiti 2022: Governorship Election Monitoring, Live Updates And Results by engineerboat(m): 3:14am PARTY GOVERNOR DEPUTY 1. A Reuben Boye Famuyibo Olumide Ezekiel Falana 2. AAC Ajagunigbala Moses Olajide Oludele Oluwabunmi 3. ADC Oluwole Olumayokun Oluyede Popoola Hidiat Simbo 4. ADP Elebute-Halle Josephine Kemi Afuye Idowu Sunday 5. APC Abiodun Abayomi Oyebanji Afuye Monisade 6. APGA Benjamin Olufemi Obidoyin Oluwafemi Anthony Faeji 7. APM Fagbemi Peter Adegbenro Akinyeye Oluwatosin Eunice 8. APP Christiana Modupe Olatawura Ibukun Solomon Owolabi 9. LP Daramola Rowland Olugbenga Onile Ibrahim Yusuf 10. NNPP Fatomilola Oladosu Abiodun Ade-Ajayi Oluwatoyin Hannah 11. NRM Iyaniwura Tope Ifedayo Arowolo Kayode Williams 12. PDP Olabisi Kolawole Kolapo Olugbenga Kolade 13. PRP Agboola Olaniyi Ben Ogidan Tolulope Oluwatoyin 14. SDP Olusegun Adebayo Oni James Oladipo Owolabi 15. YPP Adebowale Oluranti Ajayi Olaseni Nureni Babatunde 16. ZLP Adeolu Kolade Akinyemi Damilola Akinto
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president buhari virtually attend climate change in us (photos)
PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI VIRTUALLY ATTENDS MEF ON CLIMATE CHANGE HOSTED BY PRES BIDEN. JUNE 17TH 2022 President Muhammadu Buhari virtually participates at the leader-level meeting of the Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climates (MEF) hosted by the United States President Joe Biden. World Leaders at the virtual meeting among others are Chile President, H E Borc, Norway, Prime Minister France Minister Agnes, Republic of Korea Prime Minister H E Han, Saudi Arabia leader, Turkey President Edangan, Vietnam Tran Hong HA, China, Germany H E Olaf Scholz, Mexico President Lopez, President of Indonesia, H E Joko Widodo Egypt President HE Abdelk Faattah Saeed Hussein Khalil el-Sisi virtually participates at the leader-level meeting of the Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climates (MEF) hosted by the United States President Joe Biden JUNE 17TH 2022. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE
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tinubu takes over buhari's campaign office in abuja
Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has inherited the campaign office used in 2019 by President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja. The office was donated to the APC flag bearer several days after he was elected at the convention in Abuja, according to House of Representatives member and leader of the Tinubu Support Group, Hon. James Faleke. Faleke a member of the green chamber from Lagos was Tinubu’s agent at the APC convention where the former Lagos State Governor was elected by delegates as the party's presidential candidate. The office in the Central Area of Abuja is equipped with ICT data base, call centre and furnishings. According to Faleke, the donated office will become the Tinubu Campaign Headquarters, while other offices currently in existence will become annexes. The Buhari Campaign Office was the second space donated to the Tinubu campaign. Governor Yahaya Bello also donated his presidential campaign office to Asiwaju Bola Tinubu. Bayo Onanuga Director, Media & Communication Tinubu Campaign Organisation
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we've made impact on security, economy, corruption, says president buhari
WE’VE MADE IMPACT ON SECURITY, ECONOMY, CORRUPTION, SAYS PRESIDENT BUHARI, URGES POLICE TO DEPLOY MORE TECHNOLOGY President Muhammadu Buhari Thursday in Kano said three priorities of the administration, security, economy and corruption, have received significant attention, with measurable results, following his vision of making Nigeria more peaceful, prosperous and reliable, among nations. At the Passing Out Parade of the Regular Course 4/2016 Cadets of the Nigeria Police Academy, Wudil, the President noted that policies and actions of the government made impact on the tripod vision, in spite of challenges, assuring that more will still be done to safeguard lives and property, enhance livelihood and ensure probity. “As you are all aware, this administration came to office determined to make impact in three main areas: security, building a sustainable economy and fight against corruption. We can say that recent positive developments in these areas have shown that despite the challenges on ground, we can see general improvement in all three areas. “In the area of corruption, as you are all aware, I am determined to ensure that we do not have a repeat of what has gone on in previous administrations and we have taken a strong stand against pervasive corruption. “This administration has also focused on security by repositioning our national security to perform their duties effectively. We have equally embarked on some crucial changes in their funding, structure, and modes of operation. With the launching/empowerment of the Police Trust Fund, this administration swung into action after taking the assessment of needs for possible interventions in the provision of logistics and infrastructural needs of the Force,’’ he said. In a fast changing world, driven by digital technology, President Buhari said the Nigeria Police must continually evolve on its structure and operations to make greater impact in checking crime, particularly in the virtual space. "In a world where insecurity is constantly evolving; law enforcement responses have to equally evolve not just to keep up but to stay ahead. Also, as part of efforts to modernize the Nigeria Police Force, this Administration has intensified both international and local training and retraining of our officers and men in addition to providing new platforms and other resources. "These approaches have yielded positive results as it is glaring that Nigeria’s ranking has improved on the world Counter-Terrorism global index from 4th to 6th position on the list of the most terrorized nations. "This administration has signed into law the new Police Act to ensure an improvement in the welfare of service delivery to meet best international practices. As I said earlier, with the take-off of The Police Trust Fund, there has been an upgrade of infrastructure such as the construction of new barracks across the country, renovation of existing ones, construction of medical facilities, as well as procurement of modern operational vehicles." According to the President, the Boko Haram insurgency, the Indigenous People of Biafra, Eastern Security Network, and banditry in some parts of the country over time, which posed a potent threat to the country, had been significantly degraded and relative normalcy had returned to most towns and villages. He said more efforts would go into ensuring that normalcy returns to all the areas suffering banditry. "I must specially commend the efforts and resilience of members of the Nigeria Police Force and sister agencies for the giant strides recorded so far in the fight against the prevailing security challenges. "Across the North Central and North West of the country, we have made progress with regards to stemming the tide of communal violence, farmer-herdsmen clashes, cattle rustling, and kidnapping. "We will continue to demonstrate zero tolerance for crime and criminality. Those who take laws into their hands, who bear arms illegally and who seek to profit from a climate of fear and insecurity will be decisively dealt with. "That remains our promise to the people of Nigeria, who elected us to keep them safe and secured. The peace and stability of our dear country will continue to be of utmost importance. You, the Police are our points men and you must rise to the occasion, " the President told the graduating cadets. President Buhari also noted that security transcends law enforcement to include building the right relationships that underpin the development of secured societies. "This is why the present administration has been fully committed from the start to strengthening existing relations between Nigeria and her neighbouring countries. It has always been clear to us that there is no way we can achieve the security we seek without the cooperation and support of our neighbours. "And we have implemented at home the most far reaching social support programme ever in the country to tackle poverty at the roots: one of the drivers of insecurity. "The graduating cadets will be taking their place in Nigeria Police Force that is destined and determined to take its place amongst the most efficient security organizations in the world. This is apparent in the excellent and fruitful contributions of the Nigeria Police force in foreign peacekeeping missions," he said. President Buhari noted that today’s landscape extends well beyond the land, sea, and air, into the vast territories of cyberspace, noting that the internet and new digital technologies have provided a platform for the emerging offences to reach unprecedented levels. "Many of the enemies you will confront," according to the President, "will be permanently faceless or concealed, leveraging technology to wage warfare that has the potential to be even more destructive than anything the world has ever known." "We must develop a policy on cyber warfare that has as its strategic focus on the prevention of cyber-attacks against critical national infrastructure, minimizing national vulnerability to cyber-attacks and minimizing damage and recovery time from cyber-attacks." President Buhari assured that the government would do everything possible to address the challenges facing the Academy by calling on the interventions of the relevant agencies/parastatals to facilitate the developmental plans. "Adequate budgetary provision will be made to accommodate capital and recurrent expenditure as the welfare of staff and cadets remains among my government’s priorities. "The successful completion of a rigorous and demanding course of this nature, no doubt, imbues today’s graduating cadets, with a sense of self-esteem and accomplishment," he added. While congratulating the cadets for successful completion of their training, President Buhari directed them to maintain the spirit of accomplishment, as they prepare to face the tasks ahead. "We are doomed if the reverse is the case. It is by your courage, loyalty and integrity that you can truly deserve the trust and confidence of the nation, " he said. The President added that, "I am delighted to be here today on this occasion of the Passing Out Parade of the Cadets of the fourth Regular Course of the Nigeria Police Academy. I was here in September 2018 and 2019 respectively, for the passing out parades of the first and second regular courses and was represented during the passing out of the third regular course by the Minister of Police Affairs. "May I congratulate the cadets of the 4th Regular Course on this historic occasion of your passing out. This day marks your commendable success after a period of rigorous and intensive academic and professional training in the Police Academy that has tested your intellect, stamina and resilience. Congratulations to you all." President Buhari commended the Commandant and the entire Academy community, for the excellent work, raising new generations of Police officers who will tirelessly secure the nation 24/7. In his remarks, the Commandant of Nigeria Police Academy, Assistant Inspector General (AIG), Ahmad AbdurRahama, thanked President Buhari for honouring the invitation, explaining that the institution was upgraded from professional training to degree awarding in 2012. The Commandant said the institution had graduated 1,748 cadets, Assistant Superintendent of Police, over the years, including the 205 who just graduated. AbdurRahaman said all the Assistant Superintendents of Police will be immediately deployed as "pervasive actors in securing the country, most especially as the country is confronted with multifarious challenges." President Buhari presented awards to the best graduating cadet, Rachel Oluwatosin Babarinde and the second best, Isa Abdulateef. Garba Shehu Senior Special Assistant to the President (Media & Publicity) June 16, 2022
We've Made Impact On Security, Economy, Corruption, Says President Buhari
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lawan speaks on amending the constitution to keep buhari in power beyond 2023
JUST-IN: Lawan Speaks On Amending The Constitution To Keep Buhari In Power Beyond 2023 Tolani Alli, Abuja Senator Ahmad Lawan on Wednesday have finally speak on his plans to amend the constitution to make Muhammadu Buhari President for life. The Senate who alluded to the fact that former president, Olusegun Obasnjo was unable to amend the Constitution for a third term because he lacked sincerity, stated that making Buhari a President for life is the only mandate he will be enforcing. Speaking at a Close Door meeting with Aso rock cable on Wednesday, When he visited the President at the State House, Abuja. He said; "I, Senator Ahmad Lawan president of the Senate, want you to know that the mandate given to me on Saturday was to come and protect Buhari's interest in the Senate. This is the only mandate that I am having to fulfill every other mandate to the best of my ability while in the House of Representatives for eight years. By God's grace, we will amend Nigeria's Constitution to allow Buhari to be President for the remaining years of his life. He will only cease to be President when God takes his life. Igbere TV recalls that the Northern Governor's Forum in conjunction with the Northern elders Forum had on Tuesday night, in a close door meeting agreed and in support with the Senate to amend the Constitution to keep Buhari in power beyond 2023. "Obasanjo tried all his best for the constitution to be amended to allow him go for a third term, but God didn't approve it because of it's lack of sincerity. What is now needed in Nigeria is to protect Buhari's interest and that is what we will do." Tolani Alli From the State House Abuja. more details shortly!!!
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