President Muhammadu Buhari has broken silence on the #ENDSARS protests spreading across the nation. He said his administration was committed to reforms in SARS operations. The President, in a series of tweets on Friday night, said he had met with the Inspector General of Police, Adamu Mohammed, who he said has briefed him on moves … Continue reading Buhari meets IGP, breaks silence on #EndSARS
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari has claimed that the proscription of Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) had nothing to do with banning the larger numbers of peaceful and law-abiding Shi’ites in the country from practising their religion, asserting that terrorists have taken over the Muslim group. Garba Shehu, the President’s Senior Special Assistant on Media and … Continue reading What Buhari thinks of Islamic Movement in Nigeria
Following Nigerian government’s plan to proscribe the Islamic Movement in Nigeria which was granted by a Federal High Court in Abuja, the Presidency has now said that law enforcement agencies in the country now have the power to take “any necessary action” against the Shi’ite group. The Presidency stated this on Monday during a live … Continue reading Buhari’s spokesperson describes Shiites as ‘troublesome people’
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari returned to Abuja on Sunday, saying he was feeling well after a two-week stay in London where he received treatment for an ear infection. Image: Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari "I'm ok. You can see me inspecting the guard of honour," the 73-year-old told reporters as he arrived back at Abuja airport. Speaking … Continue reading Buhari Returns To Nigeria After Medical Checkup In London.
The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria is on a visit to China. Shortly after his arrival President Muhammadu Buhari was pictured greeting primary school students during the usual review of an honor guard. The president of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping was on ground at the Great Hall during the welcome … Continue reading President Buhari Arrives China.
Nigeria gained independence on 1 October 1960 with a population of 36 million people. Arguably, the most populous country in Africa, the nation has produced exemplary leaders whose contributions to national development will never be forgotten. Let's go back the history lane with ZODML: Nnamdi Azikiwe (Governor-General 1960-1963, President 1963-1966). Azikiwe was known as "the … Continue reading Celebrating Nigerian leaders and their achievements