Browsing: Atiku Abubakar

Former Vice President of Nigeria and Waziri Adamawa, Atiku Abubakar, welcoming the Secretary General of Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, Muhammad Sanusi Barkindo, to his Yola, Adamawa State residence during a courtesy visit on Friday.

In his goodwill message on Monday, Atiku said the Eid-el-Kabir and the stories of Prophets Ibrahim and Ishmael that accompany it “requires that we take the whole of humanity as one nation.”

A statement on Monday by Paul Ibe on behalf of the Media Office said the portal  (https://bit.ly/ATIKU-YOUTH-EMPOWERMENT) had been set up by some unscrupulous elements with identity forgery of the former Vice President of Nigeria and chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar.

Chinweizu’s relentless passion for self-determination among the constituting nations of this federation is today’s unfolding reality. Here is my clinical dissection of his literary firework. This was published in 2013, but eight years later, Nigeria has rumbled into the cacophony of self-determination as imagined by Chinweizu

Abubakar made the denial in a statement by his spokesman, Mazi Paul Ibe, on Saturday following the emergence of an account with the name of the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party for the 2019 elections in Nigeria.

The Waziri of Adamawa’s reaction was necessitated by the Thursday, the 3rd of June killing of 88 persons in Kebbi State, with many still missing or unaccounted for, in a state that is yet to recover from the boat accident that claimed the lives of over 100 people; the reported killing of persons in states like Niger and Imo, with the attack on a police station in Delta state; the Sunday’s killing of 22 persons in Igangan in Oyo State with yet, another reported attack that has claimed scores of lives in Zamfara State today.

Reacting to the election of the new executives of the NGE, the former Vice President advised the new Guild leaders to “demonstrate courage by speaking out on behalf of the ordinary Nigerians who have no voice in the face of excruciating challenges of existence.

Dr. Ensign, who on May 14 announced her resignation as President of Dickinson College, one of the oldest and most distinguished liberal arts colleges in the United States, had first served as President of AUN from 2010 to 2017 before departing to take up the Presidency at Dickinson.

Abubakar said he understands why some state governors met recently and the wisdom of their decisions, but that “no matter how much you try to clap with one hand, the vibrations will not be the same as when you clap with two hands.”

In his 2021 May Day solidarity message to the Nigerian workers, Abubakar noted that the conditions of the Nigerian workers are worrisome in our ever hostile economic environment, a situation that makes saving and survival almost impossible.

Reacting to the death of Ado Bayero’s widow, Atiku described the deceased as a personification of motherhood and strong family values that saw her children rising to prominence and behaving as true reflection of their upbringing.