The President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, on Friday said the leaders of the country are not immune from the pains that have come with the economic recession in the country.
Saraki said that like other Nigerians, the leaders of the country, including himself, are feeling the impacts of the recession. Saraki said this on Friday when he spoke with State House correspondents after observing the Jumat prayer with President Muhammadu Buhari in Aso Rock Villa, Abuja.
He urged Nigerians to […]
President Muhammadu Buhari has said that he and members of his cabinet are aware of the pains Nigerians are going through.
The President, who said ‘change’ was aimed at restoring the nation on the path of integrity and prosperity said this in Osogbo on Thursday at the inauguration of the Osogbo Government High School built by the administration of Governor Rauf Aregbesola.
The President urged Nigerians to be patient and persevere while promising that pains would soon give way to development.
He said […]
A member of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief Sam Nkire, at the weekend said the change Nigerians clamoured for during the last general elections would not come without some forms of pains.
Nkire, who was reacting to comments that the APC led Federal Government was inflicting pain on the citizenry, said no administration would achieve the desired change without confronting old habits such as cutting of corners, bribery and corruption.
According to the stakeholder, who is also the leader of Abia […]
Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, has said that President Muhammadu Buhari is feeling the current pains and sufferings that Nigerians are going through, saying this is the result of the years of mismanagement of the nation’s wealth.
Osinbajo said this during a conference organised by the South-West wing of the All Progressives Congress in Ibadan on Thursday, where it was also mandated that primary and secondary education in the region must be free and compulsory for children in the geopolitical zone.
Nigeria yesterday lost one of its illustrious sportsmen, Stephen Keshi, who previously captained and coached the national team, the Super Eagles.
Keshi reportedly died of “pains and distress.”
His death came just about six months after his wife, Kate, passed on and was buried in January this year.
Keshi’s sudden passage came as a shock to Nigerians, sports officials, enthusiasts, fans, friends, associates and contemporaries who mourn and pour tributes on him.
The football legend died at the Faith Mediplex Hospital located off Airport […]