Monthly Archives: November 2019

Request for the National Assembly to Reconsider and Approve the Federal Government’s 2016-2018 External Borrowing Plan


“Pursuant to Sections 21 and 27 of the Debt Management Office (Establishment Etc) Act, I hereby request for resolutions of the Senate to approve the Federal Government’s 2016-2018 External Borrowing Plan (for a loan of $29.96 billion) as well as relevant projects under this plan.

“Specifically, the Senate is invited to note that (a): While I have transmitted the 2016-2018 external borrowing plan to the Eighth National Assembly in September 2016, this plan was not approved in its entirety by the legislature.

“Only the Federal Government’s emergency projects for the Northeast’s four states projects and one China-Assisted Railway modernisation project for Lagos-Ibadan segment were approved out of the total of 39 projects.

“(b). That outstanding projects in the plan that were not approved by the legislature are nevertheless, critical to the delivery of the government’s policies and programmes relating to power, mining, roads, agriculture, health, water and educational sectors.


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Ogun Government Cancels November Sanitation Exercise


The Governor Dapo Abiodun-led Ogun State Government has cancelled the monthly sanitation exercise for the month of November in the state.

To this end, the government said it has lifted restriction of movement order.

The governor, in a statement by his Chief  Press Secretary, Kunle Somorin, said the cancellation would enable secondary school students across the state to take part in the on-going National Examination Council (NECO) examinations.

Abiodun while giving the approval said the decision was arrived at after reviewing the challenges that the restriction of movement order would have on the Mathematics paper in the NECO exams schedule for Saturday (November 30) and which coincides with the timing of the monthly sanitation exercise.

“It has become expedient that the interest of the students be considered. Mathematics is a general subject and we need to facilitate a hitch-free preparation and movement of students, teachers and NECO officials and examiners…

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Appeal court Upholds governor Lalong’s victory


Governor Simon Bako Lalong of the plateau state has been formed by the appeal court sitting in Jos. Governor Lalong who affirmed his victory said it wasn’t just for him but for the entire people of the state.

In a statement issued out shortly after his affirmation in court, by the director of press and public affairs, Makut Simon Macham, quoted the governor as saying that this has shown that the people of the state believed in their rescue mission.

This is not a victory for me but for the entire people of Plateau who have demonstrated faith in our rescue mission. Like I have repeatedly said, I am governor for everyone irrespective of party, tribe, religious or any other affiliations.” – Long


Lovely throw back photo of Kaduna state First Lady Hadiza El-rufai


Wife of Kaduna state governor hajiya Hadiza Nasiru Elrufai has shared a cute throwback photo of herself when she was just a little girl.

She captions the picture “throwback. Circa 1966

Breaking News- Court dismissed APC’s appeal Against Governor Bala Mohammad


The Court of Appeal, Jos Division, has on Friday, affirmed the victory of Governor Bala Mohammed of Bauchi state.

The court dismissed the All Progressives Congress and its candidate, former Governor Mohammed Abubakar’s appeal which challenging the victory of Bala Mohammed as the duly elected governor of Bauchi State.

Muric calls for total abolishment of ex Governors, senators allowances


A group of Muslim Rights Concerns (MURIC) has called on President Buhari to quickly abolished the dubious way of payment to political office holders after their tenure.

The director of MURIC, Professor Ishaq Akintola made this known in a statement he personally signed himself to where he called on the president to hastily stop any public official from collecting such bogus allowances.

How can Nigeria come out of its financial mess if our leaders continue to behave like this? Public office should be for those who are willing to serve, not for those aiming to be served,” MURIC said.

Ayo Makun And Wife Celebrates 11th wedding anniversary


Ayo Makun and his wife has celebrated their 11t yea wedding anniversary.

At who is in London planning his show on Saturday shared lovely photo of him and his family with a heart-touching prayers to mark the day.

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