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It is laughable to say there’s hunger in Nigeria – President Buhari’s Agric Minister
Sabo Nanono, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, has said that there is no hunger in Nigeria.
According to him, the cry by some Nigerians of hunger was laughable because the country produces enough food to feed itself and its neighbouring countries.
“I think we are producing enough to feed ourselves. I think there is no hunger in Nigeria; there could be inconveniences. When people talk about hunger in this government, I just laugh,” Buhari’s agric minister said while speaking at a press briefing to mark the 2019 World Food Day in Abuja.
Give me my job back if i was indeed not sacked – Kano palace chief
Maja Siddin Sarkin Kano, Alhaji Auwalu Idi, has appealed to the Kano Emirate Council to restore his job as the custodian of the Emir’s stable.
The Maja Siddin Sarkin Kano however said that if he had not been sacked, his job should be restored to him; “I have no personal grudges against anybody in the palace. All I want is for Emir Sanusi to restore my position,” he added.
About the viral video in which Aisha Buhari was locked out
Fatima Daura, the daughter of President Muhammadu Buhari’s nephew, Mamman Daura, has revealed that she recorded the video where Mrs. Buhari, the wife of the president, was seen shouting and complaining that she was locked outside.
Fatima who spoke to BBC Hausa Service on Monday said that the incident happened at the Glass House in the Presidential Villa, where Buhari had given her father to stay for 3 years since his election in 2015. Here’s everything you need to know on the incident that led to the viral video.
South-East governors to meet Buhari over closure of Enugu airport
The Governors in the South-East has resolved to meet President Muhammadu Buhari over the closure of the Akanu Ibiam International Airport in Enugu.
The leaders in the region expressed fear that the project of rehabilitating the airport might be abandoned.
NDA budget N150million to build cemetery for cadets
The Nigerian Defence Academy has budgeted N150million for the construction and equipment of a cemetery for cadets.
In information according to Punch is contained in the 2020 Budget presented last week by President Muhammadu Buhari to the National Assembly.
The military school also budgeted N50million to equip its hospital.
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