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The Barewa College is a Nigerian College in Zaria, Kaduna State.It was founded in 1921 by Hugh Clifford, a British Governor General of Nigeria.It was initially Katsina College but later renamed Kaduna College in 1938, Government College, Zaria in 1949 and finally arrived at its current name "Barewa College Zaria".
The Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Isa Pantani has reacted to the allegations levelled against him in a publication of Daily Independent .He was alledged of having a link with the Boko Haram terriorists in Nigeria.The Minister reacted to an unconfirmed report by Daily Independent later reproduced by an online medium, Newswirieng that the United States Government alledgedly placed the Minister on watchlist for reported links with Mohammed Yusuf, the founder of Boko Haram.
The newly elected president of the Republic of Niger, in person of His Excellency Mr Bazoum Mohammed has made his first appointment in a bid to formulate cabine members. The president has appointed the son of the immediate past President as minister of petroleum and natural resources. While Dr Ahmad Jouhid as minister of the economy. Also, Ousman Kassum as minister of informal education. The son of the ex president, in person of Sani Mahamadou Issoufou is the new minister of petroleum and natural resources.
The issue of staying together as one Nigeria has been questioned by many activist, though a whole lot of Nigerian politicians and other international bodies has always show a great support toward this, see what a British colleague told Femi Fani-Kayode now that made him react.The former minister of aviation and Nigeria politician Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has taken to how twitter page to share what a friend of his told him now.
Secession, restructuring won't help Nigeria's aspirations - Amaechi Rotimi Amaechi, the minister of transportation and former governor of Rivers state, have maintained that restructuring, increased regional autonomy and secession will not meet the long-term aspirations of Nigerians for a better life.