After taking some days off to rest, President Buhari today resumed work
and had his first meeting with the Attorney General of the Federation
and Chief Justice of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, at the
presidential officice in Aso Rock, Abuja.
Addressing state house correspondents after his
closed door meeting with President Buhari, Malami who is a member of
the Presidential committee investigating suspended Secretary to the
Government Federation SGF, Babachir Lawal and suspended
director-general of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA), Ayo Oke,
said the report of the committee would be submited tomorrow, May 3rd.
President Buhari also had a closed door meeting with the Group Managing Director of NNPC, Maikanti Baru.
OBJ, Abdusalam and IBB hold private meeting in Niger State
General Ibrahim Babangida (rtd) and General Abdulsalami Abubakar (rtd)
yesterday met behind closed doors in Minna, Niger State.
was gathered that the meeting which lasted for over two hours was held
at the hilltop home of former military president, IBB.
Senate Drops Nigerian Peace Corps Bill
The Senate, on Tuesday, suspended passage of the conference report on
the Nigerian Peace Corps Bill, over the allegation of fraud in the
recruitment exercise by the organisation which is being prosecuted in a
The bill sharply divided senators at the plenary.
Both the Senate and the House of Representatives had separately passed the bill before the harmonisation of its provisions.
“I Don’t Sleep At Public Functions, I Only Pretend” – Governor Ganduje
Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, says he is not bowing to
blackmailers who said he was not working but sleeping. He stated this
during an interactive session with labour unions as part of May Day
celebration at the Government House, Kano.
The governor said his political opponents could not differentiate between sleeping and pretending.
His words: “My opponents always complain that I sleep at public
functions but I want them to try and differentiate between the two.
“Political blackmail is not an issue to me because I am used to it and will continue to work for the good people of the state.”