FG to construct coastal rail to terminate in Onitsha~ Buhari

FG to construct coastal rail to terminate in Onitsha. Second Niger Bridge now to be completed in 2021 Buhari promises to make police, judiciary more e President Muhammadu Buhari has assured the South-East geopolitical zone of a third bridge project, a coastal rail that will terminate in Onitsha with a spur unto Nnewi in Anambra State. He promised that the construction of the coastal rail would start next year that will pass through Onitsha to Asaba, from Agbor to Warri, from Warri to Utako to Ajaokuata to Abuja. The president…

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BUHARI CONGRATULATES KANO, PLATEAU GOVERNORS ON ELECTION TRIBUNAL VICTORIES

President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano State and Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau State on the affirmation of their victories in the March 2019 gubernatorial polls by the respective State Governorship Election Petition Tribunals. President Buhari, who is travelling with the two victorious All Progressives Congress (APC) party governors to South Africa on a State Visit, extended his goodwill to the duo on Wednesday shortly before departure from the Presidential Wing of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja. The President described the verdict of the…

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RE: FG TO DRAG JUDGE BEFORE THE NJC FOR GRANTING SOWORE BAIL.

Our attention has been drawn to the story published today in the Nation Newspaper, under the above caption. The story, quoting undisclosed sources, states that the Federal Government of Nigeria is determined not only to appeal the decision of the Federal High Court, Abuja Judicial Division, Coram Justice Taiwo Taiwo , granting bail to Mr. Omoyele Sowore , the detained proclaimer of the Revolution Now Movement , but has also decided to file a petition “of judicial misconduct “ against the Judge for granting bail to Omoyele Sowore, allegedly in…

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House Democrate Now Have Enough Votes To Impeach Donald Trump

A majority of the House of Representatives now supports the impeachment of President Donald J. Trump for high crimes against his country. Politico reported, “A majority of the House now backs impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, a significant milestone as Democrats move rapidly on an impeachment inquiry. As of Wednesday night, 218 lawmakers have indicated support for impeachment proceedings — 217 Democrats and independent Rep. Justin Amash.” Once Speaker Pelosi announced the formal impeachment inquiry, getting a House majority to support it was a done deal. Pelosi is showing…

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FESTUS KEYAMO SWAPS APPOINTMENT WITH TAYO ALASOADURA

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the immediate redeployment of two Ministers of State as follows: i. Mr Festus Keyamo, Minister of State for Niger Delta Affairs is to move to Ministry of Labour and Employment as Minister of State, ii. Senator Tayo Alasoadura is to move to Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs as Minister of State. This redeployment takes effect from today, Tuesday 24th September, 2019.

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N90BILLION: Osinbajo did not collect money for election from us ~FIRS

The attention of the Federal Inland Revenue Service, FIRS, has been drawn to publication in some online and daily newspapers by a certain Comrade Timi Frank, the former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), who claimed that the FIRS supported the`APC, through the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo with a phantom N90 billion. The FIRS wishes to state as follows: 1. That the entire allegation being spread by one Frank Timi that the Federal Inland Revenue Service spent N90billion to fund the last election is mendacious, wicked,…

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TRUMP: New poll shows that America is already tired of his presidency.

Donald Trump hasn’t even been in the White House for three years, but a new poll shows that America is already tired of his presidency. According to a Fox News survey, the Trump administration has left 52 percent of the country feeling exhausted. Only 37 percent say this president has made them feel energized about politics. The finding tracks with Trump’s alarmingly high disapproval rating, which stands at 54 percent. Just 45 percent of those surveyed approve of his job performance. That’s not the only finding in the poll that…

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Kogi Governorship Campaign Council: Former Governor, Ibrahim Idris Opts Out.

Alhaji Ibrahim Idris, Kogi State Former Governor, dissociates himself as Chairman Governorship Campaign Council. In a statement released by the former governor’s media office, said he was never consulted before his name was included as Chairman Kogi State Governorship Campaign Council, asked to be excused, and wished the campaign organization well. The statement added that the former governor who is on a vacation overseas, has not given any mandate to any person or persons to include his name in any campaign council.

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Pantami is an Intellectual Trustworthy Colleague~ Festus Keyamo

The Honourable Minister of State, Niger Delta Affairs, Festus Keyamo SAN, has acclaimed Dr Pantami, describing him as an honest, intelligent and talented individual whom he holds in high esteem. The Minister said “they are very few people that can call me on a short notice to attend an event and I honour, one of those is the Honourable Minister of Communications, in the short period I have known him, we have grown to respect each other, I admire his sincerity and warm friendship”. Keyamo made this assertion today while…

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BUHARI CONSTITUTES ECONOMIC ADVISORY COUNCIL

President Muhammadu Buhari has constituted an Economic Advisory Council (EAC) made up of the following: 1. Prof. Doyin Salami – Chairman 2. Dr. Mohammed Sagagi – Vice-Chairman 3. Prof. Ode Ojowu – Member 4. Dr. Shehu Yahaya – Member 5. Dr. Iyabo Masha – Member 6. Prof. Chukwuma Soludo – Member 7. Mr. Bismark Rewane – Member 8. Dr. Mohammed Adaya Salisu – Secretary (Senior Special Assistant to the President, Development Policy) This advisory council will replace the current Economic Management Team (EMT) and will be reporting directly to the…

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