Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
Assessment of Nigeria’s 59th independence anniversary
The situation in Nigeria today, is egregious and monumental that it gives a great majority of our peoples a feeling of total hopelessness in such a way that the general belief is that there must be a catalyst within the system.
Buhari, Nigerians and hypocrisy
There is a popularly saying that Nemo dat quod non habet meaning: “You cannot give what you do not have.”Most Nigerians are hypocrites. The most intriguing nuance about their hypothesis of hypocrisy is that, the hapless and vulnerable....
Bicycle Rider Arrives in Abuja
Dr Mohammed Sagir,rode on a Bicycle for seven days from Kaduna to Abuja to Congratulate General Muhammadu Buhari
NNPP pledges support for Buhari
The New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) has pledged to support the President-Elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, in his mission to give the country effective leadership and good governance. The National Chairman of the party, Mr Boniface Aniebonam, made the pledge while addressing newsmen on the just concluded general elections at Umuawulu near Awka on Monday. Aniebonam…
Airline operators urge President-Elect to abolish multiple taxation on local airlines
The Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) on Monday advised the President-Elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (Rtd), to abolish the multiple taxation and Value Added Tax (VAT) imposed on Nigerian airlines operating in the country. Capt. Nogie Meggison, the association's Chairman, told aviation correspondents in Lagos that multiple taxation imposed by various agencies of government that had…
Jonathan, Buhari To Unveil Agenda For South East Zone
WITH barely a week to the presidential elections, the two leading presidential candidates, President Goodluck Jonathan of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Maj.-Gen. Muhammadu Buhari will tomorrow present themselves before Ndigbo in Owerri or Enugu to show case what they have in stock for them if voted into office.
Group cautions CAN against divisive politics in Kwara
So, what is political about this? Is that not what all sincere religious leaders should do to ensure peace in Nigeria. I think people should argue only on the point of knowledge. But if they chose to argue from the point of genuine ignorance, it is bad. We have nothing to do with politics of the land. We are purely for Christ.