President Tinubu said this when he addressed leaders of the Yoruba socio-political group, Afenifere, on Wednesday.
He stated this in his keynote address during the opening ceremony of the 7th Nigerian International Energy Summit.
Primate Ayodele made this known in a statement signed by his media aide, Oluwatosin Osho, on Tuesday in Lagos.
Ambode spoke at the Akinjide Adeosun Foundation’s 2024 Leadership Colloquium and Award: Chapter 8 in Lagos.
The leader of the diaspora group made the appeal in a statement issued on Tuesday.
According to the Council, in a statement on Monday, the rising cost of living in the country has become worrisome.
The Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris, revealed this in Abuja on Monday.
He spoke with newsmen while inspecting facilities at the NDLEA Barracks in Yola, the Adamawa State capital.
He spoke when he met with the Head of Service, Body of Permanent Secretaries and Directors-General of agencies.
The Special Adviser to the President on Information and Strategy, Bayo Onanuga, made this known in a statement.
The President’s directive follows the reconciliation of accounts between the State House Management and AEDC.
Speaking at the meeting, President Tinubu emphasised the strength of Nigeria’s economic potential and influence.
The Eagle Online is reporting that as at close of work on Friday, the Naira exchanged to the Dollar at about N1,600.
He said that the President Tinubu-led APC administration and the party are increasingly becoming unpopular
The former Vice President spoke in a statement issued by his Special Assistant on Public Communication, Phrank Shaibu.
It was reliably gathered that President Tinubu summoned the meeting in view of the economic hardship in the country.
The soldier said he sustained a bullet injury while serving in the North East.
The President condoled with the family, Delta State Traditional Rulers’ Council, the government, and the people of the state on this painful loss.
The CNPP said this in a statement signed by its Deputy National Publicity Secretary, Comrade James Ezema.
The names were contained in a letter addressed to the Senate President, Godswill Akpiabio, and read at plenary on Tuesday.