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  • Nigeria Has 2.4 Million IDPs – FG

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    Due to the activities of Boko Haram in the North East and insecurity in some parts of the country, the federal government has disclosed that Nigeria currently has about 2.4 million internally  displaced persons. This was disclosed by the federal commissioner,National commission for refugees,migrants and IDPs, Sadiya Farouq Umar when she visited ECOWAS commissioner for…

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  • Kaduna Airport Records 43,000 Passengers In First 11 Days Of Abuja Airport Closure

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    More than 43,000 passengers passed through the Kaduna Airport in itsfirst 11 days of operations as the alternative to the Abuja Airport, according to the latest data submitted to the Presidency by the Federal Government Coordinating Committee overseeing the management of the airport repair, closure and relocation. A presidency official disclosed that this is more…

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  • PMB Not Involved In Certificate Scandal – Presidency

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    The Presidency has said President MuhammaduBuhari was not involved in any certificate scandal. This was contained in a statement issued by the senior special assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu. Shehu was reacting to a newspaper report titled; “ProminentNigerians with certificate scandals.” According to the report, Buhari, former president GoodluckJonathan, former…

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  • Villa Chapel Women Honour Aisha Buhari On Mothers’ Day

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    As the world celebrated Mothers’ Day yesterday, the women in the AsoVilla Chapel have honoured the Wife of the President, Mrs. AishaBuhari, describing her as a true mother of the nation. Mrs. Buhari was honoured at the Sunday Service to mark Mothers’ Day at the church in Abuja. The Vice President, Prof YemiOsinbajo, and his…

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  • Modular Refineries: FG To Transform Illegal Refiners To Shareholders – Presidency 

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    Details of the President Muhammadu Buhari’s New Vision for oil-producing communities in the Niger Delta, is emerging as an idea is now being worked out to explore how some of the illegal refiners and the local communities in the region can become shareholders in the proposed Modular refineries concept of the Federal Government, presidency sources…

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  • PMB Sympathises With Britons Over London Terrorist Attack

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    President Muhammadu Buhari has condemned yesterday s terrorist attack near the United Kingdom Parliament Building at Westminster, London. The President, in a statement by his special adviser media, Femi Adesina, who sympathized with the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, assured her that the government and people of Nigeria “stand with Britons at this sad and…

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  • Ife Crisis Has No Link To Ethnicity – FG

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    Contrary to reports, the federal government has said the recent clash between Hausa and Yoruba communities in Ife had no ethnic connotations. The minister of Interior, Gen. Abdulramaan Danbazzua (rtd) disclosed this to state house correspondents over the weekend. According to him, upon his return from South Africa in the wake of xenophobic attacks on…

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  • PMB Had A Full Working Week – Presidency

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    In the first week of his return, President Muhammadu Buhari walked his talk on his intense desire to pay back to Nigerians by way keeping their trust and serving their interests. “His reply to the people for their support and trust is to work much harder for them. The president didn’t have a day off…

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  • Agric Pulling Nigeria Out Of Recession – Presidency

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    Efforts to get the nation out of state of misery brought about by economic recession are yielding results in the area of agriculture, a senior presidential aide has said. “Because the elite don’t care (about) ordinary people they are saying that government is doing nothing but we are doing a lot for ordinary people,” the…

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