Lai Mohammed And 2 Other Yoruba Politicians That Have Received Chieftancy Titles In Northern Nigeria
It is no longer news that former Publicity Secretary of the All Progressive Congress (APC) and incumbent Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed has been conferred with a traditional chieftancy title in Kebbi State, Northern region of Nigeria. (Photo Credit - Facebook) The emir of Argungu, Samaila Mera, on Sunday conferred the traditional title of Kakakin Kebbi on the outspoken politician.
The Minister Of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed recently gave reason why the federal government has continued to borrow money. While speaking, the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed made it clear that the federal government is not borrowing to pay salaries, but to build world class infrastructures that would benefit generations of Nigerians.
Insurgency: Destruction worse than imagined -Lai Mohammed The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has lamented the rate of destruction of infrastructure in Borno State and other parts of Nigeria. According to him, the destructions are worse than he had imagined. He said this at a town hall meeting in Maiduguri on Thursday, according to a copy of his speech obtained by our correspondent.
Professor Isa Pantami, Minister of Communication and Digital Economy has assured Nigerians of the deployment of the Five Generation (5G) network in January 2022. He made the promise on Thursday in Maiduguri at a Town Hall Meeting to address vandalism of power and telecommunications infrastructure in the state.
Notably, the series of loan requests that have been recorded under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari have drawn lots of attention in the contemporary Nigerian society. It has been viewed in different perspectives as being a contributory factor to the drop of the Nigerian economy. Other misconceptions of the public have it that the borrowings are behind the drop in the value of the Nigerian Naira.
Why other states affected by banditry should imitate the recent smart action deployed by Gov. Masari
The heightened security challenges which the notorious activities of bandits have posed in recent times are highly alarming and lamentable. There have been occasions of kidnapping, killing, and even destruction of property in most states that bandits have carried out their activities. These acts of banditry have stunted the economic growth and development within the region affected.
The minister of information and culture Lai Mohammed has been honored with a traditional title "Kakakin Kebbi" (Cultural Ambassador of Kebbi) by the Emir of Argungu, His Royal Highness Alhaji Sumaila. According to the Emir, the chieftaincy title was conferred on the Minister due to his courage and hard work towards promoting Nigeria at all levels.
Lai Mohammed has replied critics for their frequent questioning of the Federal Government's loan collection. He said that the government will continue to collect loans However, Lai Mohammed is right for saying that the federal government will continue to collect loans because the government is doing the right thing with the money.
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 Minister Of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed recently gave reason why the federal government has continued to borrow money. According to the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed he made it clear that the federal government is not borrowing to pay salaries, but to build world class infrastructures that would benefit generations of Nigerians.
An insurgency can become a serious problem for various parts of the economy in a country. When people don't feel safe doing their businesses, they would not want to set up big enterprises because of the fear of destruction. Minister of information and culture, Lai Mohammed has stated that the destruction of properties in Borno state as a result of the insurgency is worse than imagined.
Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has demanded that the current organization under President Muhammadu Buhari is acquiring loan to construct top notch framework that will help generations of Nigerians. The minister talked in Borno State on Thursday at an official Q&A event with Prof. Babagana Zulum and partners.
The governor of Katsina State, Aminu Masari reveal that the governors of both north-west and north-central regions have agreed to recruit 3,000 special vigilantes that would fight bandits in their states. Masari stated this during a consultative meeting with the minister of information and Culture, Lai Mohammed who paid the governor a courtesy visit.
It has been said by many world leaders that Nigeria is indeed the giant of Africa. Aside the numeral resources and other fertile land, Nigeria is also blessed with a great weather that has made it possible for foreign company to start their own company in Nigeria. Few weeks ago, the minister for Information and Culture is in Nigeria, Lai Mohammed made it clear that the suspension of twitter will be lifted soon and Nigerians will be able to access the social platform again.
Nigerian Information Minister Lai Mohammed said "the table is turning" against bandits in Katsina and other northwestern states after security measures imposed by governors. He also said the security measures were backed by the military, which has stepped up its kinetic approach. He said during a media visit to Katsina state on Tuesday,
Lai Mohammed who is the minister of information has said that the foreign loans which the federal government is taking is right, he justified it by saying that it would be spent on facilities, following his statement, economic experts like Pat Utomi disagreed with Lai Mohammed saying it was bad for the country, according to Pat Utomi, he wondered why the Government would be borrowing money towards the end of it's tenure and increase Nigeria's debt.
The Federal Government, on Tuesday, lamented that media houses in the country are quick to reports bandit attacks than they do when the government and security forces record successes. The Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, made this known when he spoke in Katsina State, at a meeting with the state Governor, Aminu Masari and other stakeholders.
The Federal Government says Nigeria's determination to remain an indivisible entity is unwavering, despite the various challenges facing the nation. Information and Culture Minister Lai Mohammed said this Monday in Abuja during the opening of the "Nigeria at 60" photo exhibition on the theme "60 years of our unity".
Following the recent loan requests that has been made by president Muhammadu Buhari, it was observed that many critics now blame the administration of Buhari for the loans they have accumulated so far. It is on this note that the honorable Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed made a clarion call for Nigerians to know that the government is not actually borrowing in vain.
Following the latest economic crisis that Nigeria is suffering, a lot of controversies have been generated as regarding the bid of President Muhammadu Buhari about borrowing more funds. Few days ago, the president of Nigeria had written to the the National Assembly for an approval on the $4 billion and €710 million external loans that he intends to borrow.