Buhari failed to pay attention to my warning, and listed ways to get out of the recession.

  Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar lamented Sunday that President Muhammadu Buhari did not pay attention to the warning, eventually driving the country into another recession. Nigeria is in its second recession in five years, according to Nigeria's National Statistical Office. However, Atticu said that for the second time in five years, it was with a very heavy heart that Nigeria was confirmed to have entered another recession. "My heart is heavy. Because if this administration had paid attention to patriotic advice given by myself and other Nigerians, it would have been able to reduce the cost of governance, save for rainy days, and avoid huge borrowing. "Yes, the COVID19 pandemic has already exacerbated the bad situation, but we could have avoided this fate through restrained and careful management of our economy," he said. Buhari's administration, he is required, said they must act now by and possibly painful action. Atticu first said that the 2021 budget

Gbajabiamila visits family of vendor killed by security aide

 House Speaker Femi Gbazaviamila visited the family of newspaper dealer Ipeni Okereke, who was shot dead by one of his security aides in Abuja on Thursday, November 18. In the town of Quatta, Madalla Suleza, Niger, Gbavia Mila consoled the wife and family of the late street vendor and vowed that justice would be served. After the incident, the speaker issued a statement pledging to satisfy his wife and immediate family he had left behind.

Parts of Lagos, Nigeria Continued

 In some parts of Lagos, Nigeria's largest city, gunfire rang and a correctional facility burned on the 22nd (local time), AFP reported. The U.S. has also criticized Nigeria's hard-line crackdown amid indiscriminate shooting of peaceful protesters on the 20th that has caused international outrage. Smoke was seen soaring at a detention facility in the Ikoy district of downtown Lagos on the same day. The police did not elaborate further, saying the rioters attacked but caught the flames. Streets are empty and shops are closed in other parts of Lagos, with a population of 14 million. Residents generally complied with the government's curfew, the Associated Press reported. Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari presided over a national security meeting earlier in the day consisting of defense ministers and police leaders. According to Reuters, National Security Adviser Babagana Monguno said President Buhari ordered the security forces in charge of security to "work within t

Fire Nigeria's Peace Demonstrators, 2,000 prisoners escaped from prison.

 At least two people were killed when security forces opened fire on protesters who were staging peaceful demonstrations in Lagos, Nigeria's largest city, in protest of police abuse, AFP, Reuters and Bloomberg reported. A Nigerian Red Cross official said at least two people were killed by security forces. The Lagos government said it had launched an investigation into the case. The blast came after Lagos imposed a 24-hour curfew. Witnesses said security forces fired to disperse more than 1,000 protesters during peaceful protests, AFP reported. "We were all sitting in peace, but they suddenly turned off all the lights on the streetlights and billboards, and everyone started shouting," said a participant who spoke on condition of anonymity. He said, "They came to us. I couldn't tell who it was. They started shooting and everyone ran to survive. Another protest participant said, "We are taking two people, one who has already been shot in the back and one who ha

TJ, Timothy Eyoma

 England defender Tottenham U-23 When he was a member of the U-18 team, he was recommended by Scott Parker, then a youth coach. Aug. 29, 2018, signed a contract with Luke Amos. Oliver Skip until 2021. Afterwards, the contract was renewed until 2023 on August 11, 2020. He scored one goal in 12 matches in England's U-17 and played three in England's U-19 His brother is Aaron Iyoma, an Arsenal youth football player.

We Will Employ 500,000 Teachers In 2016 – Buhari

 In order to address the chronic shortage of teachers in public schools across the country, the Federal Government has said it will in 2016 employ about 500, 000 teachers. “We also will partner with State and Local Governments to recruit, train and deploy 500,000 unemployed graduates and NCE holders. These graduate teachers will be deployed to primary schools, thereby, enhancing the provision of basic education especially in our rural areas,” President Muhammadu Buhari said on Tuesday while addressing a joint session of the National Assembly on the occasion of 2016 budget presentation. According to him, the 2016 budget, if passed, will ensure the revival of the economy, deliver inclusive growth to Nigerians and create a significant number of jobs. He said: “We aim to ensure macroeconomic stability by achieving a real GDP growth rate of 4.37% and managing inflation. To achieve this, we will ensure the aligning of fiscal, monetary, trade and industrial policies. “As we focus on inclusive

Buhari Declares Free Higher Education For Science, Technology & Education Student

 President Muhammadu Buhari has assured that there will be free eduction for science, technology and education students in tertiary institutions. Buhari gave the assurance Tuesday while presenting the 2016 Appropriation Bill to a joint session of the National Assembly. President Buhari stressed that this would indeed mark a historic milestone for us as a nation. Buhari said his administration would unveil a conditional cash transfer programme for the poorest and most vulnerable. The president said the full programme would be presented in the coming weeks and that it would include home-grown public primary school feeding. “Furthermore, through the office of the Vice President, we are working with various development partners to design an implementable and transparent conditional cash transfer program for the poorest and most vulnerable. “This program will be implemented in phases. Already, the compilation of registers of the poorest persons is ongoing. “In the coming weeks, we will pres