President Buhari leaves for United Kingdom, talks with PM Theresa May

Georgia Reed
April 11, 2018

Even more, it has become obvious that there are more sycophants around President Buhari than truth-sayers.

Adding that, "this unpatriotic act is not unconnected to the Federal government policies to name and shame corrupt citizens and looters; to collate database of Nigerians with homes in United Kingdom who are not paying the right taxes, and the hot drive to prosecute all financial defaulters through bilateral and multilateral means".

"He said the controversy over why the president is contesting or not is therefore unnecessary".

Gov. Simon Lalung of Plateau told newsmen after the All Progress Congress (APC) National Executive Committee (NEC) closed-door meeting in Abuja that the president announced the intention at the meeting.

The Presidency on Monday said there was no truth in reports that President Muhammadu Buhari had approved the purchase of equipment worth $1bn for the military.

"The other one about doing one term was when he was running in 2011. So that being quoted in 2011 is not applicable again".

Bus carrying Canadian junior hockey team involved in fatal crash
Authorities have not identified the victims and would not confirm whether they were players or coaches. Last Friday, a horrific accident took the lives of 15 people , including several young hockey players.

"We are disappointed with the mode of public communication chosen by our President to inform Nigerians of such a very strategic decision".

President Buhari is presiding over the worst security meltdown in our history and no part of the country is spared this inglorious situation.

The governor also said that the president's declaration would not be a distraction to his administration but rather strengthen the business of government.

He said: "The President is a very responsible man".

In conclusion, we hereby urge all Nigerian youths to get their Permanent Voter Card (PVC) - no matter how hard, and enthusiastically participate in the democratic process by saying NEVER AGAIN to President Muhammadu Buhari's administration in Nigeria. "He has pursued programmes of growth and made the country better".

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