Browsing: Alhaji Mohammadu Buhari

Despite his decisive tone, Buhari will struggle to organize financial resources to stabilize the economy and recover political allies. Nigeria is deeply dependent on energy exports, and should oil prices remain low in 2017, revenue will continue to be constrained and economic growth muted. Even if prices rise, production will still be volatile in the energy-rich Niger Delta because of continued militancy and uncertain political relations between the region and the government in Abuja

The naira took a great fall. Again, an expected economic recession hit the country harder than was envisaged. Insurrection blossomed in the south and the only comfort and solace we should have found as a people was shattered by the magnitude of perfidy that took place under the administrations past Which failed to protect the country from foreseeable consequences

Speaking at a meeting with a group of Nigerians in the Diaspora on the margins of the 3rd Dakar International Forum on Peace and Security in Africa on Tuesday in Dakar, the President said his administration is on the right track to improve the image of the country by entrenching accountability and probity in governance.

He said: “When I was invited to the G-7 meeting after my inauguration on May 29, 2015, I thought I was going to be an observer at the meeting, but without prompting, I was asked to brief the leaders on the security situation in Nigeria and I did

Receiving the Letter of Credence of the Ambassador of the Republic of South Sudan, Paul Malong Akaro, at the State House, President Buhari said delay in implementing the peace accord had affected the development of the country in spite of the lofty potentials for growth

In a letter he personally signed, President Buhari said he was delighted to welcome Abubakar “to the 70s club” and prayed that Allah would grant him “many more years of good health and service to Nigeria”

The summit, which will be attended by Heads of State and Government from Gulf and African countries, is expected to endorse the Malabo Declaration and Action Working Plan for 2017-2019 to promote trade and economic ties

Others were: Telecommunications and Postal Offences Amendment Act,‎ 2016; The National Agricultural Land Development Authority Amendment Act‎ 2016; and The Produce Enforcement of Export Standards Amendment Act‎ 2016

“However, we have to be careful; the problem is not loan but its management because, in the past, loans were collected for projects and the projects never saw the light of the day

Acknowledging the valued cooperation between Nigeria and Kenya in the fight against terrorism, the President commended the East African country for the recent successes recorded in tackling terrorism in the region