The British Broadcasting Corporation mocked Nigeria in their publication of Wednesday, August 22, over claim that the president was chased out from office.
The newspapers for Friday August 11, 2017 focused on agitation for restructuring, protest demanding for return or resignation of President Buhari among others.
The group also reminded President Muhammadu Buhari that he once asked late President Yar’Adua to resign or be impeached over the latter's state of health.
The report had accused the management of Voice of Nigeria of awarding contracts running into millions for the supply of a number of office equipment and items.
He stated that the swearing in will happen very soon, but that Osinbajo will be battled from all fronts by very dark forces who will ensure he leaves office.
According to the information on the government's N-Power's official twitter page, “Applicants who applied for N-Agro will now commence their assessment tests.
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A new process for recruitment has been rolled out by N-Power, the employment scheme of the federal government on Friday, June 30 via its Twitter handle.
The government's argument for rejecting the proposed agencies was because, according to them, their functions are already being performed by other agencies.
Professor Yemi Osinbajo is set to sign the 2017 budget as Saraki, Dogara, Ekeremadu others arrive Aso Rock for signing after many months of expectations.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, April 20, approved the appointments of three executives for the Nigeria Export-Import Bank.
President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated the people and government of Turkey on the successful conclusion of the country’s referendum on Monday April 17.
The federal government is set to demarcate 6,000km cattle routes across the country while also encouraging herdsmen to settle down and graze their cattle.
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and The Diaspora, Mrs Dabiri-Erewa says there were currently about 15 million Nigerians abroad.
The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) has revealed that the debt burden of the 36 states has risen to over N3.342 tn as of 2016.
NAIJ.com learnt that Chief Onoja described the attack by the herdsmen as ‘guerilla war’ while lamenting that such Fulani attackers are hardly ever arrested
The Presidency has told Nigerians that President Muhammadu Buhari will lead Nigeria to the promised land before his tenure expiration, 2019 general elections.
Malam Garba Shehu has said that contrary to reports in some quarters, President Muhammadu Buhari had an engaging week devoted mostly to policy issues.
President Buhari who was away for 51 days on medical vacation has been under pressure to disclose the cost of his treatment for the sake of transparency.
Economic experts have said that the drop in inflation figure in February according to NBS was a signal that the country’s economy would overcome recession soon.
Residents of Maiduguri, the Borno state capital on Friday March 10 celebrated the return of President Muhammad Buhari to Nigeria after over a month in London.
As President Buhari returns to Nigeria after 51 days in the United Kingdom,Journalists and reporters were barred from asking him questions on his health status.