As the security agency continues to do its best under the Buhari-led administration to fight and combat corruption, banditry, terrorism, and the likes, a recent publication by The Economist of the United Kingdom (UK) on Saturday condemned the Buhari-led administration. According to reports, the publication describes the Buhari-led administration as incompetent when dealing with banditry, corruption, and terrorism, tarnishing the heart of Africa.
Several Yoruba nation agitators have decided to organize a protest in solidarity to with Chief Sunday Igboho and to also ask to be separated from Nigeria. For the past months, the prominent Yoruba nation agitator "Chief Sunday Adeyemo Igboho" Igboho has been in the custody of Beninese authorities after trying to escape to Germany with his wife.
Amid the present situation of things in the country especially in the case of insecurity, various calls for restructuring has been emanating from different geopolitical zones in Nigeria both from the common citizens of the country, activists, socio-cultural groups, political elites, and influential figures in the society, as many people have felt that it's long overdue for the country to be restructured.
The federal government and the Buhari-led administration have been criticized in some cases for the ongoing conflict and insecurity challenges ravaging the country, but Nigerians need to understand that President Buhari has promised to fight corruption and he will fulfill it before his tenure is over. The Buhari-led administration has also been accused of withholding the names and sponsors of Boko Haram from Nigerians.
Due to the increasing rate of banditry in the country, several people are beginning to wonder if it is all going to end one day or if it will take another new level with bandits and terrorists inhabiting and claiming Nigeria as their own. Photo Credit: Google, this image is used for illustrative purpose.
While it might sound scintillating to some, that governor Samuel Ortom of Benue challenges the president and the federal government, it should not mask real issues. Gov. Ortom(dailypost.ng) It has become a norm that whoever wants to fight the Buhari-led adminstration finds a way to get the southeast involved.
The Kasuwan Magani Light Up Project & Construction Of 330KVA Tower Line From Kaduna To Jos By Buhari's Govt.
The Buhari-led administration has performed credibly well in providing infrastructure facilities across Nigeria. These infrastructure facilities range from bridges, roads, electricity supply, railway development, airports construction, and renovation projects, and others. With all these projects provided by Buhari's administration, Nigeria as a country is having a new look. Without electricity, industrial sectors will not develop in Nigeria. 1. The Buhari Administration Lights Up Kasuwan Magani In Kajuru L.G.A.,
In a country that is blessed with abundant natural resources for the growth and well being of the citizens of the Nation. It is quite unfortunate that the citizens of such Country are living in hardship and poverty, while the National cake which is mearnt for all citizens is been enjoyed by few individuals.
Obadiah Mailafiah was a renowned statesman who was seen as the voice of the common man, most especially among the Christian community in Northern Nigeria and beyond. His death which took place after a severe brief illness happened in the early hours of today, 19 September 2021.
Another indication has emerged on how the federal government led by President Muhammadu Buhari did another thing that does not favour Rivers State. Image credit: Daily Post This was made known to the public by Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State according to a report by Sahara Reporters.
The issue and the current situation facing Nigeria has made many think of breaking out of the nation. The Buhari-led administration has seen banditry at its apex even though it has devoted its time to fighting corruption in the country. Nigeria recently celebrated its 61st independence day on October 1st, and President Buhari made a nationwide speech which included him saying that Nigeria is stronger together.
The recent loan request by the Buhari-led administration has elicited concerns from well-meaning members to the Nigerian public. The recent reaction has come from former president Olusegun Obasanjo. The elder statesman has thrown up his reservations about the recent request by the FG to borrow more funds and wondered why this is necessary.
Outspoken socio-political activist, Deji Adeyanju, recently berated the Buhari-led administration for what he perceives as the poor handling of the bandit crisis in the northern part of Nigeria. More specifically, he accused the president of going easy on the criminals, saying that he shows more interest in suppressing secessionists than fighting banditry.
As the Buhari-led administration continues to find way to promote unity among all tribes and ethnic groups, in a bid to silence diverse agitations emanating from some secessionist groups led by IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu and Yoruba activist Sunday Adeyemo, President Muhammadu Buhari during his nationwide broadcast to Nigerians to mark the nation’s 61st independence on Friday, disclosed that ongoing investigations have revealed a serving member of the National Assembly as one of the high-profile financiers of the leader of the secessionist leaders.
President Muhammadu Buhari-led government has never rested on the efforts to end the activities of bandits and other armed groups causing insecurity in the country. Photo credit: Vanguard Since the bandits started attacking innocent Nigerians and security formations, Buhari-led government has introduced several measures to end their activities.
President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, has presented a total budget of N16.4 trillion for the year 2022 to a joint section of the National Assembly. Photo: Muhammadu Buhari, culled from the Tableshakers Impressively, while President Muhammadu Buhari was presenting the budget, he disclosed that the 2022 budget is designed to build on the achievements recorded in the previous budgets, and mostly, to realise the 2021-2025 development plan.
OPINION: Why The Decision Of Buhari's FG Not To Expose Sponsors Of Terrorism Is A Wise Political Move
Nigerians can remember that the government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) named six Nigerians in its list of sponsors of terrorism. After that development, many people have been expecting the President Muhammadu Buhari led federal government to expose the people named in the list by UAE.
Opinion: SGF Should Consider Dissolving Their Stand On VAT As FG Moves To Sue Gov Wike And Sanwo-Olu
It's no longer news that the Southern Governors Forum (SGF) has already backed Governor Sanwo-Olu and Nyesom Wike of Lagos and Rivers States on their decision to start collecting VAT in their domains, what's news now is that the Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami SAN, has come out to disclose that the President Buhari-led government is currently on the process of suing both state governments at the Abuja Supreme Court in order to resolve the matter once and for all.
During a town hall meeting in Maiduguri on Thursday, Mr Lai Mohammed, who is the Minister of Information and Culture, lamented that the rate of destruction in Borno State and other parts of the country are worse than he had ever imagined. Photo credit: Wikipedia According to the Minister, it is a common knowledge that lots of infrastructural developments are among the challenges we face in Nigeria, stressing that Buhari-led administration has deliberately adopted an inclusive infrastructure provisioning framework that spread out to all parts of the country.
The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha has stated that, President Muhammadu Buhari's last two years of administration have been productive and remarkable, Newspremises reports. Boss Mustapha who made the disclosure while speaking at the opening ceremony of the Mid-Term Ministerial Performance Review Retreat on Monday, said the last two years of the Buhari-led administration have been most productive.