Why i nominated Benjamin Issa, Bio for federal appointment – Saliu Mustapha

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress in Kwara State have shed light on why he nominated the duo of Benjamin Issa and Jafar Bio for board appointments respectively.
Sali Mustapha who made the clarification while congratulating the duo, vouched for their integrity and character, stressing that they’ve both paid their dues in project Kwara.
The release reads “I congratulate my brothers, Rt. Hon. Ezekiel Benjamin Yissa and Hon. Jafar Bio on their appointments and inauguration as the Chairman, Governing Board of the Federal University, Gusau, Zamfara State, and Member of the Council of the Federal University, Ebonyi, respectively.
” In the last one decade or thereabout that I have known and related with him, Hon. Benjamin comes across to me as a politician in a class of his own – blunt, straight-forward, God-fearing and result-oriented. Hon. Bio on the other hand is a role model to a whole generation of young politicians in Kwara State and beyond.
“This is why when occasion presented itself for the choice of nominees for the position, it was not difficult to push their names forward for consideration. The appointees have paid their dues in the Kwara Project, and therefore deserve no less from me especially, and definitely from all of us. I am proud to be associated with them.
” We thank the almighty who aligned his wishes with our own. I thank particularly President Muhammadu Buhari and Hon. Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu for finding two of our own worthy of this elevation.
“I use the opportunity to urge the appointees to live up to their cherished pedigree and reputations. I am confident that they will both justify the confidence so reposed in them.
” I pray for God’s guidance and protection for them both and their families throughout their sojourn in their respective states of calling” he stressed.

FRIENDS OF ABDULRAHMAN ABDULRAZAKI(FAA)PATIGI MOURN THE LATE KWSG CHIEF OF STAFF

Onbehalf of friends of abdulralman abdulrazaki (FAA )patigi local government chapter commiserate with the kwara state governor.

We deeply shocked at the suddeness of ur chief of staff,adisa logun, demise.
we pray that allah forgive his shortcomings,grant him aljanah firdausi.
ameen thulma ameen

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Signed by
Hon.sukari alhaji mohammed,
local government coordinator

FRIENDS OF ABDULRAMA ABDULRAZAKI(FAA)PATIGI MOURN KWSG CHIEF OF STAFF

Onbehalf of friends of abdulralman abdulrazaki (FAA )patigi local government chapter commiserate with the kwara state governor.

We deeply shocked at the suddeness of ur chief of staff,adisa logun, demise.
we pray that allah forgive his shortcomings,grant him aljanah firdausi.
ameen thulma ameen

End
Signed by
Hon.sukari alhaji mohammed,
local government coordinator

FRIENDS OF ABDULRAMA ABDULRAZAKI(FAA)PATIGI MOURN KWSG CHIEF OF STAFF

Onbehalf of friends of abdulralman abdulrazaki (FAA )patigi local government chapter commiserate with the kwara state governor.

We deeply shocked at the suddeness of ur chief of staff,adisa logun, demise.
we pray that allah forgive his shortcomings,grant him aljanah firdausi.
ameen thulma ameen

End
Signed by
Hon.sukari alhaji mohammed,
local government coordinator

Patigi For Buhari Mourns Late Kwara Chief of Staff; Commiserate with KWSG

It is with rude shock that we received the news of death of Alhaji Aminu Adisa Logun mni, the late Chief of Staff to the Kwara State Governor, Mall AbdulRaman AbdulRazak. This is not only a great lost to the Governor and immediate family of the deceased but also to the entire state and humanity.

Late Alhaji Adisa Logun mni was a person of repute with high sense of humility whose wealth of experience will be missed in all aspects of administration.

While we beseech Allah to forgive Alhaji Adisa Logun mni his transgressions and admit him to His abundant Rahma, we painfully commiserate with His Excellency, Mallam AbdulRaman AbdulRazak, the Executive Governor of Kwara State, the immediate family and the entire good people of Kwara State for this great lost.

Alhaji Adisa Logun mni has written his name in gold through his enormous contributions to the development of the state and betterment of humanity for the prosperity to come to know.

Signed
Mohammed Mohammed Makun,
Deputy Coordinator Administration
Patigi For Buhari Organization.

Patigi For Buhari Mourns Late Kwara Chief of Staff; Commiserate with KWSG

It is with rude shock that we received the news of death of Alhaji Aminu Adisa Logun mni, the late Chief of Staff to the Kwara State Governor, Mall AbdulRaman AbdulRazak. This is not only a great lost to the Governor and immediate family of the deceased but also to the entire state and humanity.

Late Alhaji Adisa Logun mni was a person of repute with high sense of humility whose wealth of experience will be missed in all aspects of administration.

While we beseech Allah to forgive Alhaji Adisa Logun mni his transgressions and admit him to His abundant Rahma, we painfully commiserate with His Excellency, Mallam AbdulRaman AbdulRazak, the Executive Governor of Kwara State, the immediate family and the entire good people of Kwara State for this great lost.

Alhaji Adisa Logun mni has written his name in gold through his enormous contributions to the development of the state and betterment of humanity for the prosperity to come to know.

Signed
Mohammed Mohammed Makun,
Deputy Coordinator Administration
Patigi For Buhari Organization.

Alleged Forgery Against Kwara-Federal Lawmaker:

Court Ordered Input Of CP by Bas2017: 2:04pm
An Upper Area Court in Karmo, Abuja has directed the police to ensure that the Commissioner of Police verifies investigation carried out before submitting their report to the Court.

You may recall that the Court ordered investigation into the case of allegation of certificate forgery leveled against the Honourable Member representing Edu/Moro/Patigi Federal Constituency.

Although the Complainant, Mahmud Babako, a PDP House of Representative Candidate who lost to the APC candidate, Hon. Ahmed Abubakar in the last election, had urged the Court to commence trial without investigation, a position which was opposed by the Legislator as unconstitutional, the Court ruled that investigations be carried out to ascertain the basis of the allegations within two weeks.

On the last adjourned date, the police, who were unable to complete their investigations, asked for more time for them to complete it. This was objected to by the Complainant who asked the court to transfer the case to a ”Higher Police Division’ for lack of proper investigation”. The Court adjourned to today to give its rulings on the Application of the Complainant.

In its ruling, the Court ordered that in the overall interest of justice and in line with the provisions of Section 1 (1) and (2) of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, 2015, the Preliminary Report by the Police be be forwarded to the Commissioner of Police for authentication, ratification, and Conclusion before submitting same to the court within seven (7) working days.

The case was further adjourned to the 15th day of July, 2020.

President muhammad buhari appoints three Kwarans, 38 others as non-career ambassadors

President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed 41 non-career ambassadors-designate, including 3 Kwarans, for confirmation by the Senate.

This comes about three weeks after the Senate confirmed 42 career ambassadors-designate nominated by the president.

He forwarded the names of the nominees to the Senate, seeking confirmation of their appointments “in accordance to section 171(2)(1c) and Subsection 4 of the 1999 Constitution.

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His letter was read out by the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, at the start of plenary on Wednesday.

Below is the full list of the nominees:

  1. Umar Suleiman (Adamawa)
  2. Kevin Peter (Adamawa)
  3. Oboro Efliong Akpablo (Akwa Ibom)
  4. Elejah Onyeagba (Anambra)
  5. Abubakar Siyi (Bauchi)
  6. Philip Ikurusi (Bayelsa)
  7. Tarzoor Terhemen (Benue)
  8. Paul Adikwu (Benue)
  9. Al-Bishir Al-Hussain (Borno)
  10. Bwala Bukar (Borno)
  11. Monique Ekpong (Cross River)
  12. Oma Djebah (Delta)
  13. Ominyi Eze (Ebonyi)
  14. Yamah Musa (Edo)
  15. C. O Ugwu (Enugu)
  16. Hajara Salim, Gombe
  17. Obiezu Chinyerem, Imo
  18. Ali Magashi, Jigawa
  19. M. A Markarfi, Kaduna
  20. Hamisu Takalmawa, Kano
  21. Jazuli Gadalanci, Kano
  22. Safiya Nuhu, Kano
  23. Yahaya Lawal, Katsina
  24. Dare Sunday Awoniyi, Kogi
  25. Ibrahim Laaro, Kwara
  26. Abioye Bello, Kwara
  27. Zara Umar, Kwara
  28. Ademola Seriki, Lagos
  29. Henry Omaku, Nasarawa
  30. Sarafa Isola, Ogun
  31. Nimi Akinkube, Ondo
  32. Adejaba Bello, Osun
  33. Adeshina Alege, Oyo
  34. Debo Adeshina, Oyo
  35. Folakemi Akinyele, Oyo
  36. Shehu Yibaikwal, Plateau
  37. Maureen Tamuno, Rivers
  38. Faruk Yabo, Sokoto
  39. Adamu Hassan, Taraba
  40. Yusuf Mohammed, Yobe
  41. Abubakar Moriki, Zamfara

Breaking: One killed as herdsmen attack farmers in Kwara community

One person was reported to have been killed on Sunday evening as armed herdsmen attack farmers in Patigi Local Government Area of Kwara State.

An eyewitness, who pleaded anonymity told our correspondent on the telephone that they were in the farm at Lata Nna village in Patigi Local Government Area when armed herdsmen on motorcycles came and forced them out of the farm, injuring two in the process.

“Yesterday, around 6pm in the evening, they came with guns and scores of other dangerous weapons. Two farmers were injured, one of the injured died on getting to the UITH while the other is still receiving treatment,” he narrated.

Meanwhile, another local source told THE INFORMANT247 that the suspected herdsmen have returned to the village in large numbers laid a siege this morning (Monday), shooting from house to house.

The casualties is yet to be independently verified as at the time of filling this report.

The Kwara Police spokesperson, DSP Ajayi Okasanmi confirmed the attack.

He said, “The Commissioner of Police has dispatched operatives to the affected community. We are currently on top of the situation and restoring peace to the community.

SEN.bima enagi directed it’s commitee on marine transport works and public procurement to probe NIWA over the stoppage of work on the project.

The Senator representing Niger South Senatorial District, Muhammad Bima Enagi has re-assured Nigerlites of his resolve to collaborate with other agencies to ensure the completion of the multi-purpose Baro Port project.
The law maker who gave the assurance in exclusive interview said he was so passionate about the completion of the project which he said is capable of providing over 3000 direct jobs for the youth in the state.
Senator Enagi said at his prompting, the Senate recently directed it’s Committee on Marine Transport Works and Public Procurement to probe National Inland Waterways Authority over the stoppage of work on the port project.
This development he attributed to the motion on “urgent need to complete all the necessary components of Baro Port project of the lower River Niger” he recently moved on the floor of the Senate.
The lawmaker lamented that the N40 billion so far expended on the project may render the investment a waste if the project will not be completed and put to use.
The Senator cautioned that any attempt to neglect the project with all its potential benefits would spell a doom for the haulage transpotation in the northern part of the country and the country’s economy.
Senator Enagi also bemoaned the terrible state of the two major access roads to the port – Lambata- Agaie and Agaie – Katcha – Baro. According to the legislature, level of work on the road was about 20 percent completed.
He urged the Federal Government to make funds available to the contractors handling the project and to transfer the road project component of the port to Presidential Infrastructure Development Fund for better funding and exectution.
He then pledged to collaborate with all governmental agencies for the completion of the project. According to the legislature, “the completion of Baro Port is so dear to the people of Niger State. We have resolved to ensure it’s completion by working with all

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