October 1 message: Nigerians working hard to address challenges – United States
The United States has congratulated Nigeria on the occasion of the country’s 56th Independence Anniversary which comes up tomorrow, October 1, 2016. On behalf of President Barack Obama and the American people, the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, expressed confidence that Nigerians are working hard to address current national challenges. Below is the full text of Kerry’s statement:
We’ll get out of our problems, President Buhari assures African Development Bank
Nigeria has the people and the resources to surmount her economic problems, President Muhammadu Buhari has assured.
President Buhari mourns Michael Ibru
President Muhammadu Buhari extends sincere condolences to the family of Olorogun Michael Ibru, who passed away on Tuesday, aged 85.
Federal Government not importing ‘poisonous’ rice- Presidency
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Let me start by asking an important question: who wants to kill racy introspection?
There is a cacophony of voices telling the Muhammadu Buhari administration to close its eyes to the past; that given the enormous tasks that lie ahead, history and its consequences for our nation should be the least of the government's preoccupation at this juncture.
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