President Uhuru Arrival in Ethiopia VS Buhari from Nigeria Ahead of Swearing president Elect -PHOTOS
Statehouse has just posted that President Uhuru Kenyatta has already landed in Ethiopia for the swearing-in ceremony of Ethiopia’s president who was recently elected as president of the Amharic-speaking nation. He just arrived hours after his counterpart from Nigeria Buhari made his entry into the country in the wee hours of Monday morning.
Muhammadu Buhari- Nigeria Buhari has always been on point in his fashion. He loves wearing traditional attire, even among international dignitaries. Nigerian fashion is faulty, but he adds a twist to it. He's not afraid to experiment with colors, styles, and sizes.
The Deputy president William Samoei Ruto (photo /courtesy) Through technology, that has brought about social media, people have used this platform to market and advertise their merchandise. Social media has become a main stream channel of communication in the recent days making it ease for people to reach their audience.
1.Prime minister Abbey Ahmed The Ethiopian military head is husband to one gorgeous damsel named Zinash Tayachew.The two married while both were serving in the Ethiopian Defence Forces.Zinash is a beauty queen graced with natural cuteness and her dimples makes her eye-catching.She is a celebrated gospel musician who releases touching songs full of content.
For people who have never sought out a piece of information like this before, you may assume the poorest Presidents in Africa are those from the poorest countries in the continent. But interestingly, this can’t be farther from the truth. Actually how much wealth an African country has doesn’t necessarily determine how much its President would have.
Immediate former US President Donald Trump has congratulated the Nigerian Government for banning Twitter, the social media platform. Trump banned by the platform following his outbursts after losing the US elections encouraged other countries to take the same move as Twitter and Facebook 'do not allow free and open speech.'
Nigerians across the 36 federations are protesting for "Buhari Must Go", which is held today June 12 The Protest is organized out for Nigerians to state their demands "loud " and "clear" to president Muhammadu Buhari The Protest is for Nigerians across all the states in Nigeria, and for Nigerians living in diaspora (abroad), the Protest also features police brutality in the country
The Nigerian President, President Buhari today commissioned the commercial service of Lagos-Ibadan railway project work at the Monolaji Johnson Railway Station, Ebute Netta, Lagos State, Nigeria stating the length "as a special distance in the ride of the governing body to bring out the railway project and implement it as a criterion mode of transportation for either passengers or freight
Abuja protesters are out in full force. Buhari pushed this coconut head Soro Soke Generation to the wall. But they are not their parents. So they refused to give up their Rights to peaceful protest to a dictator. Lagos State Police Command warn June12thProtest protesters to stop advancing to Gani Fawehinmi Park so 'hoodlums' don't hijack protest.
The Federal government of Nigeria has recently taken a move to ban Twitter in the country after the platform deleted President Buhari’s tweet. Through a twitter post made on Friday, the Minister of Information and Culture accused the social media company for using the platform to promote activities that are a threat to Nigeria’s co-existence and for having double standard.
The Biafra Nations League (BNL) has warned President Muhammadu Buhari not to threaten secessionist groups in the East with war. According to the BNL, the people of the Gulf of Guinea are now wise enough to be used against Biafra's secession, as they were in 1967.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari while addressing the nation said, he is ready to lay his down life for the country. He said this as the country marked democracy day. He said "The day I joined the Nigerian Army I was prepared to lay down my life for Nigeria.
Police force in Lagos Nigeria are reported to fire teargas at protesters at Gani fawehinmi park in the capital city where they had meet at the venue for the famous June 12th democracy day protest. It is also alleged that the officers are using excessive force by arresting, brutalising and opening canisters of teargas on peaceful protesters not sparing journalists covering the event.
In the secession war since 2014, a former Nigerian Army Captain, Alhaji Ahmed Adoke, has claimed that Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), and his gang have killed more Igbos than they have safeguarded. In the interest of justice, the civil war veteran asked the Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami SAN, to expedite the trial of any charges the federal government may desire to press against Kanu.
Nigeria has now taken another step to shut down twitter platform after several people shifted blames on president Buhari. President Buhari has decided to take this step after several people continued to mocked him in social media. President Buhari previous wrote a message on twitter which spark a lot of difference among the people.
Nigeria is African Most populous country with more than 200 million people. The country which is headed by president Buhari, is know to have more educated who are unemployed. In recent days, it has been noticed that they are more terror attacks which are ongoing within the county.
Photo used for illustrative purpose. The Nigerian government has announced that Twitter's operations in the country have been indefinitely halted, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Information and Culture on Friday. The microblogging and social networking website Twitter's activities in Nigeria have been halted indefinitely by the Federal Government, according to the statement.
There has been rising cases of insecurity in the North western part of Nigeria making citizens to live in fear over the recent past. Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari has however assured his citizens not to worry saying that the security agencies are already aout to handle the situation accordingly.
Twitter is one of the social media platform that is largely used in the globe. Different people from various dimensions of life use twitter as a channel to speak out on what is affecting them. This could be socially, economically and politically. At large percentage, people use the platform to fight for their constitutional democratic rights.
The Ministry of Information and culture announced on Friday that it has “indefinitely suspended” Twitter's operations in the country. Surprisingly, the Ministry sent the message via tweeter itself. A tweet that read, “PRESS REALISE, FG suspends twitter Operations in Nigeria.”