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BREAKING: Buhari Won’t Resign Over Insecurity — FG

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President Muhammadu Buhari won’t resign over the insecurity challenge, the federal government has declared.

Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed also said the government will not go back on its plans to regulate the social media.

He however clarified that normal international flights have resumed in Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos.

Mohammed made the clarifications at a briefing in Abuja.

He said: “As I said earlier, the country is facing security challenges, and the challenges are being tackled headlong.

“However, there have been some red herrings in recent times, including those calling for the resignation of Mr. President or the sack of the security chiefs.

“I just want to say that the government, which has provided and continues to provide the military and the security agencies with the wherewithal, believes in their ability to tackle insecurity.

“These challenges will be successfully tackled. I will however advise all commentators, especially political and religious leaders, to be very careful at this time not to aggravate the situation with incendiary comments, comments that cash in on our religious, ethnic and political fault lines to further divide us.

“The kind of comments that have been attributed to some leaders, especially religious leaders, are incendiary and reckless. Leaders should be part of solutions toproblems, rather than aggravating situations.

“To those asking Mr. President to resign, I wish to say this: Mr. President will not resign.”

“He has the overwhelming mandate of Nigerians to preside over the affairs of the country till the expiration of his tenure in May 2023.”

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Obasanjo Donates His Hilltop Residence As Isolation Centre For Coronavirus

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Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has donated his former residence at the Presidential Hilltop, Abeokuta, Ogun State as an isolation centre for victims of the dreaded Coronavirus disease.

Obasanjo’s media assistant Kehinde Akinyemi who confirmed the development, said the 32-room apartment located off the Presidential Boulevard in Oke Sari, Abeokuta has been handed over to the Ogun State government for immediate take over. The apartment also has a standby generator.

Akinyemi added;

“And I think those who can in one way or another assist in this situation should do so.”

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COVID-19: Buhari’s Chief Of Staff, Abba Kyari Allegedly In Critical Condition In A UK Hospital

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President Muhammadu Buhari’s Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari is allegedly receiving treatment at a private medical facility in the UK after testing positive for Coronavirus.

Recall the viral leaked audio of a woman revealing the plans of the presidency to fly President Buhari and Abba Kyari out of the country to seek medical aid abroad as the health facilities in the federation can’t cater for the medical needs of the Nigerian leaders.

A report obtained from RootstvNigeria suggests that the CoS, Abba Kyari has been sighted at Wellington Hospital in London.

Wellington Hospital is the largest independent hospital in the United Kingdom, and part of HCA International hospital group.

The source further revealed that the “President’s Chief-of-Staff is receiving medical attention at Wellington Hospital but his medical condition is deteriorating having tested positive to COVID-19.” the source said.

Just after Nigeria recorded its first case of the deadly virus in February 2020, Abba Kyari had visited Germany and Egypt in company of the Minister of Power, Saleh Mamman where they met Siemens officials over the power deal signed with the company.

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Nigeria Records 11 New Cases Of Coronavirus, Bringing Total Cases To 81

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11 new cases of Coronavirus have been recorded in Nigeria.

The Nigeria Center for Disease Control NCDC, said of the 11 cases, eight were detected in Lagos, two in Enugu and one in Edo state.

This brings a total of 81 confirmed cases in Nigeria.

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