• Support Buhari’s Change Begins With Me programme – Anglican Bishop begs Nigerians

    Support Buhari’s Change Begins With Me programme – Anglican Bishop begs Nigerians

    According to reports, the Anglican Bishop of Okigwe South Diocese in Imo State, Dr David Onuoha, has urged Nigerians to support the recently launched “Change Begins with Me” initiative of the Federal Government.

    He made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) at his Ehime Mbano Bishop Court on Friday.

    He said attitudinal change was a joint task for both government officials and the citizenry, stressing that Nigerians should not trivialise, sectionalise or politicise the programme.

    He added […]

  • Economy will recover if Nigerians support Buhari’s ‘Change Begins With Me’ – APC

    Economy will recover if Nigerians support Buhari’s ‘Change Begins With Me’ – APC

    The All Progressives Congress, APC, has appealed to Nigerians to pray for the quick recovery of the nation’s economy and support government efforts on the economy.

    In a Sallah message to Muslims, signed by the APC National Chairman, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, the party said Muslim faithfuls and all Nigerians should use the occasion of Eid-el-Kabir celebration to show love and promote harmonious and peaceful co-existence with one another irrespective of ethnic or religious affiliations.

    It said: “Muslim faithful and indeed all Nigerians […]

  • BudgIT faults Buhari’s ‘change starts with me’ campaign

    BudgIT faults Buhari’s ‘change starts with me’ campaign

    An anti-corruption organisation, BudgIT, has questioned the sincerity of President Muhammadu Buhari’s newly inaugurated campaign which is tagged, ‘Change Begins With Me.’

    Buhari had, on Thursday, said before Nigerians demand to see the changes he promised them during the 2015 election, they must first change their own attitude by shunning corruption and other social vices.

    However, BudgIT, which advocates transparency in governance, said in a Facebook post that the President could not demand a change from Nigerians when his government had failed […]