Relieved with release of 21 #Chibokgirls We must continue to work together till we are able to unite all missing girls with their families
— Bukola Saraki (@bukolasaraki) October 13, 2016
Give examples of 70s & 80s laws obsolete today otherwise this is just another 5th grade level politician’s double talk.
— Ogbeni Ayotunde (@OgbeniAyotunde) October 3, 2016
I sincerely rejoice with all Nigerians especially the Muslim faithful on yet another Eid-el-Kabir, which is both a period of sacrifice and obedience to divine guidance and a time to share our resources with our neighbours no matter how little.
It is also a call on all of us to love one another, eschew all forms of violence, adhere strictly to the noble tenets of Islam and peaceful coexistence. We must not relent in being our brothers’ keeper and playing our part to achieve the New Nigeria of our dreams.
— Bukola Saraki (@bukolasaraki) September 11, 2016
Truly, times are tough, but we are a tough people too. Therefore, I have no doubt that we shall overcome our present economic setback sooner than anticipated, if we all commit to the ideals of nation building.
I also enjoin everyone of us to contribute in strengthening the bond of unity and oneness that exists among us. This, I believe, will spur us to avoid negative tendencies that could derail our efforts at ensuring faster economic revival and socio-political stability.
Special Adviser (Media and Publicity) to the Senate President
The trending mantra in Nigeria is “doing something for the youth”. The youth are waiting for the same mutherfuckers that held them down for decades to now uplift them. This is like a slave waiting for his master to set him free.
So the Nigerian government offered to put the unemployed youth on a N5000 monthly dole. (That is $25 a month for those struggling with the conversion)
If the Nigerian government gets in the social welfare business it will result in an unskilled, lazy and unemployable generation. Heck am sure Boko Haram pays their recruits more than $25. – @OgbeniAyotunde