62ND INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION:  Gov Sani Bello calls for sober reflection

Niger State Governor, Abubakar Sani Bello has urged Nigerians to reflect on the growth and development of the Nation in the past 62 years.   Governor Sani Bello stated this at Nigeria’s 62nd Independence Day Celebration held at the Bako Kontagora Memorial Stadium, Minna. He recalled how the country had been peaceful with good schools, hospitals and other infrastructure.   While noting that corruption is one of the contributory factors to the woes of the country making it look as if all hope is lost, the Governor advocated attitudinal change…

BREAKING: Dr Adedeji Tajudeen Adeleke emerges Nigeria Service Awards ‘Man of the Year’ 2022 

Dr. Adedeji Adeleke has been voted ‘2022 Man of the Year’ by Nigerians both at home and in the Diaspora.   Dr. Adedeji Adeleke emerged first place following his online nomination and voting by members of the general public as monitored and confirmed by the Nigeria Service Awards panel of jury which lasted from 14th to 24th August, 2022.   Dr. Adedeji Tajudeen is a Nigerian billionaire, business magnate, the Pro-Chancellor of Adeleke University and the father of one of Nigeria’s most famous singer and songwriter; Davido.   Born in…

COAS donates solar powered Industrial Borehole to Rinze community 

The Chief of Army Staff(COAS), Lt Gen Faruk Yahaya has donated solar powered industrial borehole equipped with 20 KVA Generator to Rinze Community in Akwanga West Development Area of Nasarawa State yesterday, 30 September 2022.   The COAS who was represented by the Chief of Administration (Army), Maj Gen OW Ali in his address stated that the Nigerian Army under his watch was fully aware of the high level of cooperation and goodwill it enjoyed from Nigerians in general and the good people of Nasarawa State in particular. The COAS…

NIGERIA@62: Gov Sani Bello harps on peace, sustenance of democracy  

Niger State Governor, Abubakar Sani Bello has felicitated with Nigerlites and indeed all Nigerians on the commemoration of the country’s 62nd Independence Anniversary.   In his message to the people, the Governor harped on the peace, unity and indivisibility of the nation while calling on Nigerians to continue to support the present administration in bringing positive change for the collective good of the people.   The Governor, who said government’s resolve for a peaceful and united Nigeria is unwavering, appealed to Nigerlites and Nigerians to maintain a positive outlook and…

INDEPENDENCE DAY ADDRESS BY MUHAMMADU BUHARI, PRESIDENT AND COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF THE ARMED FORCES, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA DELIVERED ON THE OCCASION OF NIGERIA’S 62ND INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION ON 1ST OCTOBER, 2022

  Fellow Nigerians,   I address you today, with a deep sense of gratitude to God and a high level of appreciation to all Nigerians whose tremendous goodwill gave me the opportunity to provide leadership for our great country at one of the trying times in her history.   2.​Conscious that today’s address would be my last on an Independence Day as your President; I speak to the millions of Nigerians, who believed in me, propelled and stood by me in my quest to bequeath a country where all citizens…

Gov Sani Bello lauds Gov Emmanuel Udom for developmental strides in Akwa Ibom …..  commissions Eket Township Stadium 

Niger State Governor, Abubakar Sani Bello, has lauded the efforts of his counterpart in  Akwa Ibom, Governor Emmanuel Udom at the development attained in the state. Governor Sani Bello gave the commendation when he commissioned the Eket township stadium as part of activities marking the 35th years of the creation of the state. He acknowledged that his counterpart has demonstrated hardwork and commitment to service delivery to the people. “You have converted Uyo to mini London, I know it is not easy but your commitment, dedication and  promise to the…

NESREA DG says Nigeria ‘ll continue to reduce carbon emission

Nigeria will continue address problems leading to emission of Greenhouse Gases by implementing measures to cut down on carbon emissions. These indications were dropped by Professor Aliyu Jauro, Director-General/Chief Executive of the National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency(NESREA) when he appeared on Arise Television Morning Show programme on Friday, Sept 30, at their Lagos Studious. He said that already, this has been achieved by as much as 47%.   Professor Jauro who refuted claims that Nigeria was out to please the International Community by resisting change, said, rather the…