THISDAY– With 2019 general election just 13 months away, it has come to light that President Muhammadu Buhari may have finally thrown his hat into the ring to seek re-election next year by reappointing his Minister of Transportation and former governor of Rivers State, Hon. Rotimi Amaechi, as the Director-General […]
Amidst all the drama surrounding Nigeria’s politics, one thing I find very intriguing is the report that the president, Mohammadu Buhari will not be able to work from his office, but from home, because his office has been infected by rats and needs renovation after spending 102 days away from […]
The Senate, led by Bukola Saraki read out the much awaited ministerial list of President Buhari, today. Nigerians are displaying mixed reaction over the list, while some are questioning the inclusion of the likes of Fashola and Lai Mohammed, others are pleased with the list and the people nominated. Claiming […]
Ahead of the officially hearing of the Senate,where they would spell out the names of President Buhari’s ministerial nominees, that was sent in last week, I would like to make some salient observation. There are some imaginary list plying the media since last week (even prior to last week). Some […]
President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday evening fired the managing directors of the subsidiaries of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and retired 38 top management staff of the firm, trimming down their number from 122 to 83. The President also approved four new directorates for the national oil corporation and appointed […]
Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, in this interview with Success Nwogu, published in The Punch Newspaper, addresses topical national issues A lot of Nigerians still wonder why you chose to endorse the candidature of Muhammadu Buhari. Why did you do that? I was exercising my
After the review of the salaries of public office holders by statutory body, Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC), the President will now earn N14, 4 million in salary and allowances annually.
There are indications that President Muhammadu Buhari may carry out a major shake-up in the top echelons of the military. It was learnt that service chiefs and other senior officers across the various arms of the military might be relieved of their posts to pave way for new hands.
The newly sworn in President of Nigeria, President Muhammedu Buhari,, has an history as a past head of state. Today, we look back in history to look at his former speech while he was taking the leadership of the country with force and compare it with the speech given today. […]
Thirty one years after being ousted in a military coup, Muhammadu Buhari has been sworn-in by the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Mahmud Mohammed, as the new civilian President of Nigeria. Mr Buhari is the first opposition figure to win a presidential election in Nigeria since independence in 1960.