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37 REASONS WHY BUHARI AND HIS FAILURE MUST GORVERN THE 36 STATES AGAIN!

1. PMB has failed but TSA institution can't hike their school fees.2. Buhari has failed but local rice farmers are becoming millionaires and Thailand is crying.3. Buhari has failed yet there is a boast in agricultural sectors generally.4. Buhari has failed but local manufacturers are growing by the day.5. Buhari has failed yet 2nd Niger bridge is now coming up after 16 years of promising and campaigning on it.6. Buhari has failed but USA president backed him up with faith and physically to route…

EKITI PARAPO SOUTH AFRICA DIASPORA CHAPTER PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA

EKITI DAY CELEBRATIONS AND CONGRATULATORY RALLY ORGANISED FOR DR OLUKAYODE JOHN FAYEMI AS THE GOVERNOR ELECT OF EKITI STATE HELD ON 29THJULY 2018 AT LULILULI HOTEL, PRETORIA SOUTH AFRICA. Special Guest of Honour, Nigeria Ambassador’ His Excellency, Dr. Ahmed Musa Ibeto, The Governor Elect of Ekiti State,His Excellency,Dr, Olukayode John FayemiGuest of Honour, The Honorable Consular GeneralMr Godwin Adama,Nigeria Union President,MrO. Adetola,Ohaneze Chairman& APCS BOT Chairman, Chief Chucks Okoye…

APC leaders in diaspora pass vote of confidence on Oshiomhole, Spain

The All Progressives Congress (APC) held the diaspora meeting in the Madrid Spain, yesterday led by Amb. Stephen Adeayo Tella passed a vote of confidence on the National Chairman of the party, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, stating that those criticizing his style of leadership are being sponsored by the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).The chairman APC, Spain’s chapter Ambassador Stephen Adeayo Tella, reacting to comments by some persons,described as “hired writers” and some unprogressive bloggers wh…

Brazil Were Overrated and Misunderstood

The four semi-final spots for the 2018 FIFA World Cup have been decided, and the highly touted Brazil have not got one of them. Indeed, it will be one of four European teams: France, Belgium, England, or Croatia that will lift the World Cup on July 15.History continues to guide the reality that only one non European team has won the World Cup on European soil, and this was achieved over 60 years ago in Sweden by a Brazil team that included then blossoming PelÈ. All other non-European teams had f…

ILR: Easing the issues of migration

The topic on migration is an unending issue with countries ensuring that policies that concerns the migration of persons from various countries are favorable to both the immigrants and the host countries.Countries all around the world have various criteria they expect foreigners to uphold while seeking to stay in their country. Some foreigners are subjected to various types of tests that require them to take, to qualify them an opportunity of being granted visas to stay. An example is the UK gov…

WHY CLEVENARD AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

One out of every two people in Africa struggles to feed and educate their children. When powered by opportunity, they have a chance to work their way out of poverty and transform their lives. For 10 years, Clevenard Global International Limited has provided the savings, loans and training that all people need to create a better future for their families and their communities. Poverty has a firm grip on rural areas in sub-Saharan Africa and millions lack access to sufficient high quality food. Ev…

ills of loneliness

Social isolation can be a killer, and not just figuratively. Loneliness may actually cause premature death by damaging the heart, according to a new study. The research suggested that feeling loneliness may double a person’s risk of dying of cardiovascular disease. “Loneliness is more common today than ever before, and more people live alone,” Anne Vinggaard Christensen, study author and a Ph.D. student at The Heart Centre at the Copenhagen University Hospital in Denmark, said in Not surprisingl…

Kingsley Moghalu, THE PROMISE OF HOPE

Dear friends, 25 years ago, Nigerians came out in large numbers to send the military back to their barracks. They came together across tribe and tongue to make a clear statement in the freest and fairest election in Nigeria’s history. Briefly, the heavens opened, and we got a glimpse of what Nigeria could be. Moshood Kashimawo Olawale (MKO) Abiola’s campaign was about hope—hope that Nigeria could live up to its promise. Hope that at last, the most populous black nation on earth could take i…

Buhari arrives in Morocco June 10, 2018

President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday arrived in Morocco, on a two-day working visit to the country. According to a statement on Saturday by presidential spokesman, Garba Shehu, the visit, which is at the invitation of His Royal Majesty, King Mohammed VI, will see the two leaders discuss socio-economic matters affecting their countries. It follows prior engagements in December 2016, during the official visit of His Majesty to Nigeria. In Rabat, discussions will focus on strengthening existing agr…

After a long time in the witing Italy finally has new government.

After a long time in the witing Italy finally has new government. Giuseppe Conti’s predicted success in Wednesday’s confidence vote meant he could be sworn in and try to carry out the government’s commitment to bringing radical change to Italy. It has taken weeks to put together the cabinet team, made up of ministers from the Five Star Movement and the League parties. Leader of the Five Star movement, Luigi Di Maio, becomes Deputy Prime Minister and Labour Minister. League Party, leader Matteo S…

Spanish minister: Constitution is way to handle Catalonia

The new Spanish government minister tasked with managing the Catalonia region's secession movement said Saturday that constitutional reform would help end the country's worst political crisis in nearly four decades. Meritxell Batet, a Catalan lawmaker sworn in Thursday as Spain's minister of public administration, said the ruling Socialists want to amend the Spanish Constitution to move toward a "federal model." Batet said at a Socialist party event in Barcelona that Spain's current structure of…

State of the Union: New governments in Spain and Italy - what a difference in tone!

In this edition of State of the Union, our weekly review with Stefan Grobe: Spain’s remarkable new government – in sharp contrast to the new leadership in Italy. Sebastian Kurz is one of Trump’s favorites, Putin’s last friend in western Europa and takes over the EU presidency on July 1st. What to expect? And finally: the blessings of top-level politicians for their national squads awaiting the World Cup opening.

African Prostitutes From Nigeria And Senegal Said To Be Causing Problems In Spain

Women, shipped in from Nigeria and Senegal, are reported to be preying on drunk tourists with promise of sex. Many of them are owned by people trafficker gang masters who have moved them to Magaluf ( a resort town on the Spanish island of Majorca) where they must work to pay off their debt. The women – who patrol the Magaluf strip – lure drunk men offering sex only to then rob them, the locals say. The gang masters also work as pickpockets as footage has emerged of them stealing from two British…

264,269 loans disbursed under GEEP –Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday disclosed that 264,269 loans have been disbursed to 4,822 Cooperative societies in 36 states and the FCT under the Government Enterprise Empowerment Programme (GEEP). The President, who made the disclosure Tuesday morning in a broadcast to mark the 2018 Democracy Day and his administration’s third anniversary, added that another 370,635 beneficiaries were awaiting release of funds. Buhari also spoke about N-Power, another scheme targeted at providing jobs fo…

2019: PDP can’t return to power –Kalu, former Abia governor

Former governor of Abia State and chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, has said the rancour in the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) was essential part of every democracy that would make the party stronger. He called for a probe of the $16 billion power project funds under the administration of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, just as he dismissed Obasanjo’s Nigerian Coalition Movement, saying that Obasanjo does things for himself, not for Nigeria. The fo…