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  • Muhammadu Buhari meets Igbo Muslim Traditional Ruler in Aso Rock over security

    President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday Thursday had a meeting with the traditional ruler of Umuofor Kingdom, Oguta Local Government Area of Imo State, Eze Abdulfatah Emetumah III, where He stated that the his administration was ready to contend with anyone that tampers against the peace and unity of this great country Nigeria. President Buhari who stated this when he received the Igbo Muslim traditional ruler said, ” Anybody that tries to joke with the unity of this country has a problem with us as long as we are alive.”

    Muhammadu Buhari in a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Chief Femi Adesina, told members of the delegation led by the monarch, who is also the Chief Imam of Oguta that his main objective of serving as an elected public office holder was to make the country better.

  • Nigeria at 58: President Muhammadu Buhari Independence day Speech 1st October 2018

    In a speech broadcast across the nation, President Muhammadu Buhari called for unity, while promising to ensure free and fair elections in forthcoming election in 2019. The President hailed the military and security agencies for the progress made in tackling insecurity in the country and warned disruptive and corrosive forces on social media to desist from their acts or be prepared to face the law.

    Buhari full speech below:

    NATIONAL BROADCAST BY HIS EXCELLENCY MUHAMMADU BUHARI PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA ON THE 58TH INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY, 1ST OCTOBER, 2018

    Fellow Nigerians,

    Today is a day of celebration and solemn reflection. It is the anniversary of the day Nigerians realised one of the most cherished of human desires – the desire for freedom. We, therefore, give thanks to and remember our founding fathers who laboured so hard and sacrificed so much to build and bequeath to us this wonderful nation. It is our duty to consolidate this great legacy.

    2. On this first October date and on the eve of the start of the general election cycle, we should do well to reflect on what binds us together and the great strength our diversity bestows on us. Ours is an ambitious nation, and, as citizens we have every right to look forward to the future with confidence and optimism which are well founded, considering where we find ourselves today.

    3. There has been a steady improvement in the security situation in the North East. We remain committed to ending the crisis and make the North East safe for all.

    4. Our thoughts and prayers are always with the victims of the Boko Haram’s atrocities and their families. Beyond that, we know that the goals of the Boko Haram terrorists include capturing territories, destroying our democracy and denying our children the right to education. We will not allow them to succeed.

    5. I want at this point to pay tribute to the men and women of our armed forces, the Police and other security and law enforcement agencies, who have been working under the most difficult conditions to keep the country safe. In the process, many have made the supreme sacrifice.

    6. As their Commander -In- Chief, I assure these our gallant men and women that I will continue to empower them by deepening their professionalism and providing all the necessary force multipliers and enablers required for them to prevail on the field. I am looking into all reported cases of inadequacies in relation to their entitlements, their welfare and those of their families.

    7. We are diversifying away from reliance on oil to increased manufacturing capacity, solid minerals development, and agriculture.

    8. Efforts are on course in the Niger Delta to clean up polluted lands, restore hopes of the youths in the region and re-establish livelihoods, and strengthen their capacity to guarantee for themselves and for our country a brighter future.

    9. The age-long conflict between herders and farmers that was being exploited by those seeking to plant the seeds of discord and disunity amongst our people, is being addressed decisively. We will sustain and continue to support the commendable efforts by all including civil society organisations, local and states governments and our traditional and religious leaders in finding durable solution to this problem.

    10. This being a transhumance issue, we are working with countries in our region that are also facing similar difficulties to complement our common efforts. In this context I must warn that the perpetrators of murder and general mayhem in the name of defending or protecting herders or farmers will face the full wrath of the law. Meanwhile, we urge all peace-loving Nigerians to reject any simplistic portrayal, at home or abroad, of this conflict as either religious or ethnic based.

  • Photos: The amazing reception President Buhari got by Kano people

    Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari is on his first visit to Kano State since his election in 2015. Buhari was received on arrival by Governor Abdullahi Ganduje and top government officials at Aminu Kano International airport on his 2 days visit to the state


    According to his Personal Assistant on New Media Engagement, Bashir Ahmad, Buhari said, “Though I haven’t expected anything less, I was overwhelmed by the reception I received from Kano people this morning (Wednesday).


    The President had paid a homage to the Emir, Muhammadu Sanusi II, after which he also visited the Kurmawa Prison “to see the state of Nigerian prisons himself,” Ahmad said.

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  • Lovely photos: President Buhari received by Igbo traditional chieftians in Enugu state

    The Nigerian President, President Muhammadu Buhari has arrived Enugu state on his 2-day visit to Ebonyi and Anambra state respectively.

    President Buhari was warmly received at Akanu Ibiam international airport by the State Governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, South East Governors, Igbo traditional chieftians and members of the Hausa community in Enugu state.

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  • Dalilai kakkarfa da zasu sa Shugaba Muhammadu Buhari yayi murabus

    Zanga-zangar neman Shugaba Muhammadu Buhari yayi murabus sai kara kamari take inda kungiyoyi da dama suke ta kutsawa a zanga-zangar mai taken (ya komo bisa aiki) ko yayi murabus. Shugaban zai yi murabus in bai warke ba nan-da-nan, kamar yadda wasu majinginan labarai suka ruwaito.

    Ya bar kasar dan kula da lafiyarshi tun tsawon kwanukka 80, kwanakki fiye da yadda shugabannin da sunka gabacesu suka taba shafewa a waje.

    Ciwo nashi ya zamo wani abun bincike inda su ma na damanai cikin duhu suke.

    Mataimakishi, Yemi Osinbajo, tun lokacin yake tafiyarda ayukkan kasar tun barinshi.

    Wata madogara daga fadar Shugaban kasa haka kuma, ta bayyana cewa Shugaba Muhammad Buhari zai yi murabus in bai samu waraka ba nan gaba.

    Majinginar tacce, “Shugaban bai iya lakema shugabanci in rashin lafiyar ta gagareshi. Zan iya gaya muku cewa ya bada adadin kwanakki in bai warkeba a lokacin, zai sa hannu a takardar murabus kuma in kun san Shugaba Buhari kwaran da gaske, mutumne wanda bai magana biyu.

    “Wannan ne dalilin da yassa Yan Nijeriya wanda ke kaunar shugaban da kokari nai na maidoda martabar Nijeriya zasu cigabs da mai addu’a waraka nan-da-nan. Ba amfanine garemu in ya mutu kamar yadda wasu ke mai fata”, yacce.

    Wata majingina tacce kafin Shugaban yayi tafiyar tashi zuwa United Kingdom, ya so ya bar takardar murabus ga Majalissar tarayya amman wani tsohon soja mai mukamin “General” daga Jahar Taraba ya shawarceshi kar yayi haka.

    Shin Shugaba Buhari zai kafa tarihi na zama shugaban farko da yayi murabus bisa ganin dama?

  • President Muhammadu Buhari’s message to Nigerians – Aisha Buhari

    The Nigerian first lady, Mrs Aisha Buhari arrives Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja on Tuesday 06/06/2017 in company of her aides and family members from United Kingdom where she went to visit her husband, who is on medical leave in the British capital. She conveyed the appreciation of President Muhammadu Buhari to Nigerians over their constant prayers and said he would soon return to the country.

    Mrs. Buhari’s spokesperson, Suleiman Haruna, in a statement said the First Lady, on arrival, conveyed the appreciation of President Buhari to Nigerians.

    The First Lady told Nigerians that President Buhari is recuperating fine and that the president thanked Nigerians and especially the Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo for keeping faith in the All Progressives Congress, APC, party as well as for their prayers for his recovery thus far.

    Mrs. Buhari also said that the President however solicited the continued support and cooperation of Nigerians with the Acting President Osinbajo to actualize the promises made during APC campaigns as contained in the party’s manifesto so that the promised change to Nigerians will be attained to the last letter.
    “I thank Allah for my safe trip to U.K, where I visited President @muhammadubuhari He thanks Nigerians for their constant prayers for his health and steadfastness in the face of challenges.

    “Mr. President thanked the acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo for his loyalty and called on Nigerians to continue to support the acting President in his effort to actualise the mandate of the All Progressives Congress.”

    “He is soliciting for your continuous cooperation and support to the Ag. President @profosinbajo towards achieving the mandate of this administration as contained in our APC manifesto, so that we can build a very strong institution for a better future of our country Nigeria,” she said.

    Mrs. Buhari had on May 30 traveled to the UK to spend some time with the President.

    Buhari left Nigeria on May 7 for medical treatment for the second time in recent months.

    Source: Vanguard

  • Photos of one man being beaten for insulting President Baba Buhari

    According to the news by who posted the photos on facebook, Abdulmalik Muhammed one resident of Zaria, posted that the man being beaten insulted President Baba Buhari. The man being beaten found it hard to free himself from grip of the admirer of Buhari, when onlookers surrounded witnessing a grown up being beaten, for an ineligible deed.

    President Muhammadu Buhari is on a medical leave to London while all these are going through.

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