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POLITICS

3 Former Nigerian Presidents That Are Fulani By Tribes

There are so many influential men who hails from different ethnic groups. Some of these prominent men have been opportune to serve in different political positions in this country. We will be discussing three former Nigerian Presidents that are Fulani by tribes 01: Shehu Shagari Shehu Usman Aliyu Shagari is a great leader who is commonly called Shehu Shagari.

  8 months ago ago
3 Former Nigerian Presidents That Are Fulani By Tribes

POLITICS

Meet The Children Of Murtala Muhammed, The Man On 20 Naira Note

There are so many great men and women who have supported this country in different ways, and they can't be easily forgotten because of the good things they have done. In the article today, we will be discussing about a very Influential man in Nigeria called Murtala Muhammed and his children

  10 months ago ago
Meet The Children Of Murtala Muhammed, The Man On 20 Naira Note

FASHION-BEAUTY

Peep Beautiful Pictures Of Late Murtala Muhammed's Daughter That Shows She Is A Fashionista

There are a lot of people who don't know the right ingredients to apply in their dressing, to make them outstanding. Dressing good is a vital way of introducing yourself to the public. Your dressing shouldn't be all about you, but about what people will say.

  10 months ago ago
Peep Beautiful Pictures Of Late Murtala Muhammed's Daughter That Shows She Is A Fashionista

SOCIETY

Meet Aisha, The Stunning Daughter Of Murtala Muhammed Who Is A Lawyer

Murtala Muhammed was a former Nigerian military Head of State who held sway in power from July 1975 until he was assassinated in February 1976.He was born as Murtala Ramat Muhammed on the 8th day of November 1938.Born into the Fulani ruling class of the Kano Emirate, he grew up in the Emir Of Kano's palace and had his primary education at Cikin Gida Elementary School, which was situated in the Emirs palace.

  1 year ago ago
Meet Aisha, The Stunning Daughter Of Murtala Muhammed Who Is A Lawyer

POLITICS

Very Rare Photos Of Nigeria Military Rulers And Their Young Spouses 1960s-1990s

Nigerian Head of State Sani Abacha (b. 1943) with his wife Maryam.Abacha ruled from November 1993 to June 1998 when he died. Nigerian Head of State Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (b. 1941) with his wife Maryam.Babangida ruled from August 1985 to August 1993 when he relinquished power to an interim civilian president who was overthrown by General Sani Abacha. Nigerian Head of State Yakubu Dan Yumma Gowon (b. 1934) with his wife Victoria.Gowon ruled from July 1966 to July 1975 when he was overthrown by a coup. Nigerian

  2 years ago ago
Very Rare Photos Of Nigeria Military Rulers And Their Young Spouses 1960s-1990s

POLITICS

13 February 1976, the bloody coup

Today, anyone who has grown around the typical Nigerian displays of power would have a hard time understanding why a sitting military head of state would drive through Lagos traffic with no security. Yet this was only a reflection of the genteel and almost reckless lack of self-importance with which Murtala, as he was fondly called by most Nigerians, went about his business. Perhaps, General Murtala Muhammed would have survived the brutal attack of Friday, February 13, 1976 if his ADC, who also died in the attack,

  2 years ago ago
13 February 1976, the bloody coup

POLITICS

Do you know that General Murtala Muhammed is originally from the South? Check out facts about him

History and fact has it that General Murtala Ramat Muhammed, one of Nigeria’s Head of State, was originally from the Southern part of Nigeria. He was a man of many controversies but one can’t deny it that Mutala Ramat Muhammed was a patriotic, detribalized and brave Nigerian. Even though he was very religious, yet he loved his country though some of his policies were misconceived. General Murtala Ramat Mohammed hails from Aviele, a neighboring community to Auchi in Etsako-West local government area of Edo

  1 year ago ago
Do you know that General Murtala Muhammed is originally from the South? Check out facts about him

POLITICS

Meet The Head Of State Who Invented The Phrase “Fellow Nigerians”

General Murtala Ramat Muhammed was born on November 8, 1938, into the family of Risqua Muhammed and Uwani Ramatu in the ancient city of Kano. He is regarded as the originator of the phrase, “fellow Nigerians”. On July 30, 1975, after General Yakubu Gowon was overthrown, Murtala Muhammed gave his first maiden speech as Nigeria’s 4th Head-of-State. In his speech, he reportedly invented the phrases “Fellow Nigerians” and “with immediate effect”.  These words were later added into the Nigerian political

  1 year ago ago
Meet The Head Of State Who Invented The Phrase “Fellow Nigerians”

POLITICS

Throwback Pictures of General Murtala Ramat Mohammed-44 years after He was Assassinated in 1976.

Throwback Pictures of General Murtala Ramat Mohammed-44 years after He was Assassinated in 1976. Nigerians yesterday 13th February remembered a falling Hero; General Murtala Ramat Muhammad. A lot of concerned citizens sent in their messages of Rest in Peace, Goodwill messages and wishes as well as gifts to the family of the deceased.At his grave side for a prayer of repost. (yesterday) General Murtala Ramat Muhammed, born on the 8th November 1938 – died 13th February 1976. He was a Nigerian political and military

  2 years ago ago
Throwback Pictures of General Murtala Ramat Mohammed-44 years after He was Assassinated in 1976.

POLITICS

7 original photos of people on the naira notes

The naira note is a tapestry of pictures that represent the things and people we are most proud of as Nigerians. The naira is the currency of Nigeria, subdivided into 100 Kobo and issued by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). CBN is the sole issuer of legal tender money throughout the Nigerian Federation. It controls the volume of money supply in the economy in order to ensure monetary and price stability. Below are the pictures on some notes and the original photos they are taken from: 1. The Fulani milk ma

  2 years ago ago
7 original photos of people on the naira notes

MILITARY

Youngest Nigeria Head of State, Murtala Muhammed's death anniversary: 20 facts about him

General Murtala Ramat Muhammed was a Nigerian political and military leader who was 4th Head of State of the country from 1975 until his assassination in 1976. Below are 20 facts about the former General: 1. He was born on Tuesday November 8 1938 and died February 13 1976. This means that the energetic and detribalized Head of state died at a young age of 38. 2. He attended the famous Barewa college in Zaria. The school produced 5 Head of States and over 20 Nigerian governors. He was the 941st student adm

  2 years ago ago
Youngest Nigeria Head of State, Murtala Muhammed's death anniversary: 20 facts about him

POLITICS

The role of leadership in the development of Northern Nigeria

Northern Nigeria was once the most peaceful region in Nigeria, but things have changed gradually from good to bad. The question here is, how did we get here? To me, leadership is the problem and the solution. This region has produced credible and tested leaders, in persons of Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Sir Ahmadu Bello (Sardauna), Shehu Shagari, General Murtala Ramat Muhammed, Umar Musa Yar’dua, and Mallam Aminu Kano.

  1 year ago ago
The role of leadership in the development of Northern Nigeria

POLITICS

Read The Real Story Behind The Assassination Of Muritala Muhammed In 1976 (See Photos)

The country was tossed into disturbance on the thirteenth of February 1976 after the Head of State and the Chief Commander of the Armed Forces of Nigeria, General Murtala Ramat Muhammed, was killed in Lagos during a fruitless upset drove by Lt. Col. Buka Suka Dimka. History has it that Gen. Muhammed cherished a position of safety way of life, and it was this sort of way of life that prompted his simple death.  On the day Gen. Murtala Muhammed was slaughtered, he was driven in an official dark Mercedes Benz

  2 years ago ago
Read The Real Story Behind The Assassination Of Muritala Muhammed In 1976 (See Photos)

BUSINESS

Nigerian Currency: The First Head Of StateTo Bear The Portrait Of Nigerian Citizen On Naira Note.

Late Murtala Ramat Muhammed, the 4th Nigerian Head Of State. Late Murtala Muhammed Ramat's portrait adorn the 20 naira note. He was the torch bearer of the Nigerian revolution in July, 1975. The 20 naira note was issued on the first anniversary of his assassination as a fitting tribute to a most illustrious son of Nigeria. He was declared national hero on first October 1978. He was the first to introduce the phrases: "Fellow Nigerians" and with immediate effect" to the national lexicon. His policies worn him

  1 year ago ago
Nigerian Currency: The First Head Of StateTo Bear The Portrait Of Nigerian Citizen On Naira Note.

POLITICS

Fuel price: 12 times Nigerian presidents who have changed fuel price (SEE the highest)

An increase in fuel price has always been greeted by fear and concern among Nigerians, as the pump price of fuel seems to affect every aspect of the economy, from transportation to food. Legit.ng compiled a list showing when and how fuel prices have increased in Nigeria: 1. Yakubu Gowon (1973) General Yakubu "Jack" Dan-Yumma Gowon was born October 19, 1934, and he was the former head of state of Nigeria from 1966 to 1975. He took power after one military coup d'état and was overthrown in another. He increa

  2 years ago ago
Fuel price: 12 times Nigerian presidents who have changed fuel price (SEE the highest)

POLITICS

Historical Deeds Of Ibrahim Babangida As He Celebrates 80th Birthday

Former military President Ibrahim Babangida's legacy as a military dictator and elderstatesman will be explored in this article whilst celebrating his 80th birthday today. His contagious smiles have the power to work miracles. He was believed to have disarmed his comrade, Col. Bukar Dimka, a rogue and coup plotter implicated in the killing of ex-Head of State, Gen. Murtala Ramat Muhammed, without firing a shot, thanks to his special charisma.

  10 months ago ago
Historical Deeds Of Ibrahim Babangida As He Celebrates 80th Birthday

POLITICS

Throwback Pictures Of The Late General Murtala Ramat Muhammed

General Murtala Ramat Muhammed was born on November 8, 1938 in Kano, he studied at Barewa College, Zaria. In 1959 he enlisted in the army, where he studied at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in the United Kingdom. General Mutala was promoted to lieutenant in 1961. Prior to his return to Nigeria in 1962, he toured the Congo as a member of the United Nations peacekeeping force. In 1964 he was promoted to the rank of Major on a temporary basis, after which he was given charge of the communications department

  1 year ago ago
Throwback Pictures Of The Late General Murtala Ramat Muhammed

MILITARY

Gen Murtala's Widow, Ajoke Trudges On With Life At 80, Can't Forget 47 Years Of Widowhood

Avid followers of Nigeria's nationhood history will never forget a conspicuous mention of the man, General Murtala Ramat Muhammed, arguably the country's most loved former Head of State. Perhaps the fondness for Murtala by his countrymen is by reason of the brevity of his regime which was characterised by spate of decisive actions taken before the curtain fell for the young General on February 13, 1976.

  1 year ago ago
Gen Murtala's Widow, Ajoke Trudges On With Life At 80, Can't Forget 47 Years Of Widowhood

POLITICS

Tributes As Nigerian President Celebrates 78th Birthday, Brief History of President Buhari.

General Muhammadu Buhari was born on December 17, 1942, in the town of Daura. General Buhari's star began to shine when he was appointed as Minister of Petroleum and Minerals in 1975, during the military rule of General Olusegun Obasanjo. Although before that he was the governor of the new North East State created by General Murtala Ramat Muhammed. He was later appointed chairman of the NNPC, which was established in 1977. During the reign of General Sani Abacha, he was appointed chairman of the PTF, which was

  1 year ago ago
Tributes As Nigerian President Celebrates 78th Birthday, Brief History of President Buhari.

POLITICS

Remembering Late General Murtala Muhammed, The Head Of State Then Who Was Assassinated 44 Years Ago

Late General Murtala Ramat Mohammed, initiated many changes during his brief time in office: he began the process of moving the federal capital to Abuja, addressed the issue of government inefficiency, and, most important, initiated the process for a return to civilian rule. About General Murtala Muhammed Late General Murtala Ramat Muhammed was born in the ancient city of Kano, Nigeria on 8 November 1938. Murtala Mohammed was born on November 8, 1938 in Kano to a Fulani ruling class family. His father, Muhammed

  1 year ago ago
Remembering Late General Murtala Muhammed, The Head Of State Then Who Was Assassinated 44 Years Ago