Browsing: Femi Adesina

Speaking when he received members of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM) led by its President, Olusegun Mojeed in State House, Abuja, the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina said, “I am very delighted about your offer to partner with this administration in the area of Capacity Development.”

There’s a big deal about every landmark or milestone we reach in life, because we may as well not have made it to that point. We could have fallen by the wayside, or vanished like smoke. The world owes nobody a living. Not individuals, not countries. That is why the Good Book enjoins us to number our days, “that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom.” (Psalm 90:12).

A disciplined disciple, Mr. Femi Adesina, Special Assistant on Media to Nigeria’s President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), gently washed down his suya with a gourd of chilled farm-fresh cow milk. Belching is a sign of delicious satisfaction.

From the forests of a thousand demons in Zamfara, Kaduna, Niger states, among others, bandits, criminals, evildoers are taking a pounding. In their scores, scores upon scores, they are being spoken to in the language they understand, and sent to God to answer for their sins. One has never been prouder of our military.

In a statement by his spokesman, Mr Femi Adesina, in Abuja, the president noted that the report also showed the highest quarterly growth in GDP since 2014. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 5.01 percent in Q2 2021 following 0.51 percent growth in Q1 2021.

Mr Obi, my friend of many years, and member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) simply carried opposition politics too far, and got himself into a jumble. What did he spend eight years doing as Governor of Anambra State? Building and developing infrastructure to boost the economy of the state. If not infrastructure, then what? Why then did he say this? “You can’t use infrastructure to drive economic growth. You invest in education and the SME (Small, Medium Enterprises) sector instead to deal with poverty.”

According to him, in a document entitled, ‘Heads of State Call to Action on Education Financing Ahead of the Global Education Summit’, signed as a form of commitment at the ongoing summit in London, United Kingdom, President Buhari stated:

In August 2020, when he gave a speech at the Democratic Convention, Biden ended that way. Same for his November 7, 2020 speech after he won the election. And of course, the line was there when he got inaugurated as President on January 20, 2021.