Today's Headlines:Buhari mourns legendary singer "Forest”; Nigeria drifting towards precipice- Falae
Buhari mourns legendary singer, “Forest” Photo Credit: The Nation President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed sadness over the demise of a legendary poet and singer, Alhaji Muhammadu Ishaq, popularly called “Forest”, on Saturday. The president’s condolence was contained in a message issued by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, in Abuja on Sunday.
It Makes No Sense To Cancel The E-Transmission Of Votes, We Are Compromising Nigeria's Stability~Olu
The former secretary to the government of the Federation who is also an elder statesman, and a one-time ex-finance minister of Nigeria, Chief Olu Falae has come out to deliberate on the recent saga surrounding the electronic transmission of election results as well as the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB).
Chief Olu Falae, the elder statesman, has said that Yorubaland is the glue that keeps Nigeria together, has spent a lot in preserving peace in the country, and hence can't be thinking about secession. Falae, a former Federal Government Secretary, Finance Minister, Economic Planning Director, and a bank's Managing Director, talked to reporters in an interview, recalling that while Nigerians are displaced by violence or conflict, they take refuge in the South West. He also identified Yorubaland as Nigeria's
It was reported that Chief Olu Falae, an Elder Statesman, had said that the Yorubaland is the glue holding Nigeria together. However, he was able to give a tangible reason for his statement. Falae who was a former secretary to the Government of the federation and also the former minister of finance, was interviewed, saying that when crisis or insecurity displaces Nigerians, they find solace in the South-West. He stated that the Yorubas have invested more than most ethnic groups in Nigeria. He justified his statement
Hello my beautiful people as we all know that it's another beautiful morning I'm here to bring an interesting news to our hearing. We all know chief Olu false, the former secretary to the government of the federation he wrote to Mr Adetunji Adeleye(Commandant of Amotekun Corps in Ondo State) on how is farmers been destroyed by fulani herdsmen. Chief Olu Falae employ the commandant's to save his farm from further attacks. recall that Chief Falae is not the first to give complaints about how herdsmen attacks farmlands,they
A previous Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Olu Falae on Monday raised the caution over the supposed intrusion of his homestead by certain Fulani herdsmen who purportedly decimated gathered harvests worth a huge number of naira. The senior legislator said the attack had been occurring for as far back as a couple of weeks, expressing that he had answered to the police and the state administrator of Miyetti Allah however there was no change. He said some cops were shipped off the farm, who