We have many great women in Nigeria who are doing amazing things and are making Nigerians Proud.Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is a Nigerian economist, author, and entrepreneur who was the first female Finance Minister and additionally the first female Foreign Affairs Minister in Nigeria.This great woman was born on the 13th of June 1954 in Delta State to her parents, Chukwuka and Kamene Okonjo.
In this article, I will be presenting to you, the four Nigerian ministers that May likely take over from buhari as the next president of Nigeria in 2023 if the decide to contest for the presidency. 1. muhammad musa belloHe is the current Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, under president Muhammadu Buhari government. He is a member of the all progressive Congress. He attended is primary education in Yola, then proceeded to Our Lady's High School in Kaduna state. He also hold a bachelors degree in business
The Buhari regime has blamed one of Nigeria's former head of state, General Murtala Muhammed, for the high rate of insecurity in Nigeria.This information was provided by the minister of information (Lai Mohammed), who claimed that Nigeria is battling acute insecurity now because General Murtala Muhammed failed to continue his policy of free education back in 1970.
Today's Headlines: "I Am Having Sleepless Nights Over Nigeria's Problems" - Pantami, Hope Uzodinma Makes New Vice Chancellor Appointment
I Am Having Sleepless Night Over Nigeria's Problem Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami, has said he is having sleepless nights over the country’s situations.The minister disclosed this yesterday while delivering his Ramadan Tafsir at Al-noor mosque Wuse II in Abuja.
British Minister in charge of Africa, James Duddridge Says Nigeria Security Problem Cannot Be Solved By Foreign Partnership, Suggests Solutions
British Minister in charge of Africa, James Duddridge, has however said that the current insecurity in Nigeria is a massively complex to solve by the Military alone.He said there will likely be no partnership from the international community will resolve the multiplicity of Nigeria problems.Probably with Boko Haram insurgency or a number of other issues facing the country.
The honourable minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed was interviewed by Channels Television two days ago concerning insecurity in the country.For the past years, Nigeria has experienced the major challenge of terrorism and this is why thousands of people have run for their lives for the fear of bandits, gunmen and terrorists.
All my children are in public schools in Nigeria, I don't want them to be Kidnapped - Hon. Nwajiuba says
Aide to president Muhammadu Buhari on Social Media, Lauretta Onochie, has disclosed the opinion of the Minister of State for Education, Hon.Nwajiuba, concerning the bad state of security in Nigeria and the effect it is having on the education of Nigerian school children.According to Lauretta Onochie, Nwajiuba disclosed that all his children school in Nigerian public schools.
A mere allegation that turned out to be a piece of fake news some days ago, when news broke out that Dr. Isa Ali Pantami is now on the US terror watch list over his extremist views on the number one most terrorist group in the world known as the al-Qaeda.
The official presidential aide to president Muhammadu Buhari (the Grand Commander of the Federal Republic), Lauretta Onochie has recently taken to her official twitter handle to disclose the statement made by the Minister of state for Education, Honourable Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba over educational system of the country.
Today Sen George Akume, the Hon Minister of Special Duties and Intergovernmental Affairs continued to touch the sons and daughters of Benue by facilitating their appointment into various positions of authority at the federal level.The Minister has done this in less than two years as a Minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
James Duddridge MP, the British Minister for Africa has pointed out that no degree of foreign partnership would resolve the enormous security challenges in Nigeria, describing the country's security situation as massively complex.This is coming hours after President Muhammadu Buhari humbled himself and sought for the help of international communities in fighting insecurity in the country.
Minister of information and culture Lai Mohammed has come out to let the world know that the reasons why we have high rate of insecurity in Nigeria is due to the 1975 coup.According to Lai Mohammed, He said Yakubu Gowon, who was the head of state then had the plan of giving free primary education to nigerians but it is a pity he was not allowed to fulfill his ambition before a coup was planned for him.
Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami, the Honorable Minister of Communications and Economy, attended a private meeting with foreign diplomats and Nigerian officials at the Nigerian Foreign Ministry in Abuja.The purpose and specificity of the meeting have not been made public, but we hope that it will serve the betterment of Nigerians Isa Ibrahim Pantami, Nigeria's Minister of Communications and Economy, is a multi-faceted man.
Ezenwo Nyesom Wike (CON) is a Nigerian politician, lawyer and the current Governor of Rivers State.He was born on March 13, 1963 in Rumuepirikom, Obio-Akpor, Rivers State, Nigeria.He is a member of the opposition party (People's Democratic Party).
Mrs Oby Ezekwesili who was the former Minister of Education has slammed the federal government and President Buhari, because of the way they have been handling the terror accusations against Dr Isa Pantami, the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy.While speaking, the former education minister warned President Muhammadu Buhari, stating it clearly to him that he should make sure that Nigeria is not listed among states sponsoring terrorism.
Today's Headlines: FG Blames Murtala's Regime For Insecurity, Nigeria Can't Afford Another Civil War, Yemi Osinbajo says
President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration has blamed the insecurity situation in the country on the inability of late Head of State, General Murtala Muhammed's regime to carry on with it policy of compulsory free education for Nigerians born after 1970.General Murtala Muhammed was Nigeria's Military ruler from July 1975 until he was assassinated on February 13th, 1976.
Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information and Culture, has blamed the country's current state of insecurity on the 1975 coup d’état, which lead to the removal General Yakubu Gowon which later brought in General Murtala Muhammed to power.The Minister of Information and Culture, said this in a Town Hall meeting which held and organizing by the Federal government of Nigeria on the state of security in the nation.
Sheikh Dr Isah Ali Ibrahim Pantami is the incumbent minister of Communication and Digital Economy, he was appointed to the seat by president Muhammadu Buhari in 2019.After reading through some educational background of Pantami, I decided to share it with others to see who the minister is in terms of educational portfolio.
In Channels TV newsnight on Monday, minister of information and culture, Lai Mohammed gave his opinion on why Nigeria is currently having the problem of insecurity.The minister said the July 29, 1975 coup where Murtala Muhammed overthrew Yakubu Gowon is the reason we currently have insecurity in Nigeria.
The appointment of principal officers in colleges of Education into the new six colleges of Education across the country including; Osun, Bauchi, Sokoto, Edo, Benue, and Ebonyi has been opposed by the Senior Staff of Nigeria Colleges of Education. And the Union made the demand of redressing the appointments in a written letter which was signed by Union President, Danladi Msceliza on the 13th of April which was addressed to the Nigeria Minister Of Education. The new federal colleges which are six in number was