Browsing: Kemi Adeosun

The court said she was not supposed to present herself for Service because under the 1979 Constitution, which was in force at the time of her graduation, she was not a Nigerian citizen either at the time of her graduation or when she turned 30.

Osinbajo, in his remarks, recalled that as a minister, Adeosun prioritised the Federal Government’s Social Investment Program (SIP) and hence he is not surprised that she has decided to use her talent and influence to establish an organization that raises funds and provides for indigenous grassroots charities.

A statement from Kemi Adeosun, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education and Human Capital Development, on Sunday said the decision was to bring students in the schools to meet up for the period when their schools were shut

The Constitution requires any office-seeker in Nigeria to have the minimum of a secondary education. You are required to go to school till about the age of 16: extremely small education in my reckoning but good enough to enable you read and write, and be able to sign documents. 

The party said nothing is more scandalous than the fact that while President Buhari is attending the United Nations General Assembly in New York “mouthing his war against corruption, a huge broth of corruption, in which his wife is mentioned, is simmering under his own roof”.

The Peoples Democratic Party has told President Muhammadu Buhari to stop parading himself as “Mr. Integrity” following revelations that the Federal Government smuggled the disgraced erstwhile Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, out of the country to prevent her from exposing how the Presidency cabal, including close relations and associates of Mr. President, fleeced the nation of trillions of naira.