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The Nigerian President Buhari Receives A “Get Well Soon” card from His state governors

its clearly know that the president of Nigeria as been sick for a while now  and as been on a long health vacation  until he lately returned and was welcomed by his State governors under the aegis of the Nigerian Governors Forum, today presented President Buhari a ” Get Well Soon” card at the state house Abuja.  President Buhari …

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President of Nigeria  Buhari in Serious Health Trouble in London “Ashamed to disclose it to Dele Momodu, as he finds out” publisher of Ovation International

Dele Momodu, Publisher of Ovation International, says President Muhammadu Buhari is not comfortable disclosing his actual ailment. He added that images released by the presidency proved that the nation’s leader was not yet fit to return to Nigeria to resume the task of governance. This is just as Coalition of …

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Nigerian’s second citizen in command Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo signs seven bills into law

Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has assented to seven bills passed by the National Assembly. The bills which include Oath (Amendment) Act 2017, Defence Space Administration Act, Veterinary Surgeons(Amendment) Act) have now become Nigerian laws. The Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters Senator Ita Enang confirmed …

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Fire outbreak that killed Ghanaian woman and her three children released as Nana Ago Prah and her three children

The investigative team tasked to ascertain the cause of the fire which killed a Ghanaian woman and her three children in Finland last year have released a report on their findings so far.  The woman Nana Ago Prah and her three children all perished in the early hours of Friday, …

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President-elect, Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana says  governments need  serious citizens no free lunch for lazy people 

It is a trite knowledge that economic prosperity requires, among others, hard work, honesty (a form social capital), and sacrifice. This does not only require a strong work ethic but also the investment in human capital, delayed gratification, and setting the right priorities (e.g., investing in the living, not the …

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