IDPs: Mrs Aisha Buhari speaks on TVC journalist Hangout

TVC E. The Wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Buhari, on TVC journalist Hangout today talks about the IDPS. She explained that the gesture was part of the Future Assured Humanitarian Activities to assist the poor in the society. Last week Tuesday she donated food items to three orphanages and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp in Abuja to mark the 2016 International Women’s Day. Mrs Buhari, who was represented by the wife of the Vice President, Mrs Dolapo Osinbajo, presented the items to Al-Ummal Orphanage, Mother Theresa Children’s Home and Hope for Survival Orphanage. She also presented food items to IDPs in Wassa IDPs camp in FCT. The foods donated are bags of rice, cartons of biscuits, vegetable oil, palm oil, cartons of milk, and cartons of sugar among others. She said the gesture would suupport the management of orphanages and IDPs to cater for their needs. "We have the passion to remember those who are in...

A must read: Abandoned passenger died in a cab

TVC E. An eyewitness shares his experience with reporters. Read how it happened below: “Today, I took my precious mum to the park, but when I was coming back, I met people gathered, when I parked, I was told a man boarded a taxi at Dangotte area of Ilorin, Kwara State and died before getting to Offa garage junction, just like a 5-minute drive.‎ It was so sad, when people called the last calls on his phone, we learnt he was going with them to a ceremony. They later came. But what made me sadder was that, when the man was showing signs of last breath, the taxi driver packed and ran out of the vehicle, told the people around, and he took a bike to a police station.‎ Its sad, the fear of police trouble made him not to take the man to the hospital, even people who gathered with the man’s...

List Of Ex-Governors To Be Probed By Buhari For Corruption

Following the anti-corruption stance of President Buhari, the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Abubakar Malami,had written to the Chairman of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission, directing the reopening of the cases of the ex-governors. A list has now been released containing the names of Senate President Bukola Saraki, factional Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Ali Modu Sheriff; and Senate Minority Leader, Godswill Akpabio. Below is the 31-man list of ex-governors who would have a corruption case opened against them include 1.) Bukola Saraki – Kwara State 2.) GodswillAkpabio – Akwa Ibom State 3.) Ali Modu Sheriff – Borno State 4.) Orji Uzor Kalu – Abia 5.) Chimaroke Nnamani – Enugu 6.) Saminu Turaki – Jigawa 7.) Sule Lamido – Jigawa 8.) Joshua Dariye – Plateau 9.) Ahmed Yerima – Zamfara 10.) Gabriel Suswam – Benue 11.) Martin Elechi – Ebonyi 12.) Danjuma Goje – Gombe 13.) Murtala Nyako – Adamawa What do you think?...

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