The Presidency has reacted to the call by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), that President Muhammadu Buhari should resign. The President's Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity Malam Garba Shehu, expressing the feelings of the presidency on the matter stressed that President Buhari will not throw in the towel, for he is determined to continue his fight against corruption in Nigeria.
President Buhari has jetted out to the Republic of Mali today for a one day visit as part of the African leader's committee for bringing lasting peace in Mali. Following the coronavirus pandemic that threatened the whole world since February this year, President Buhari has been in Nigeria except the last time he visited Addis Ababa on February 7, 2020, for the 33rd ordinary sessions for the head of government of African Union.
The Ministry of Labour, Employment, and Productivity have yesterday kicked against the resolution of the National Assembly calling for the head of the Junior Minister, Festus Keyamo from supervising the 774,000 Special Public Works Program (SPWP), the federal government is planning to give Nigerians. Mr Charles Akpan, the Ministry Deputy Director Press, made this known in Abuja saying that, “nothing changed.”
The Minister of the Niger Delta Affairs, Godswill Akpabio, has spilled the beans by accusing some members of the National Assembly of collecting and diverting most of the contract of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC). Akpabio made the allegation in Abuja on Monday during the House of Reps committee on NDDC Investigating financial mismanagement in the agency.
In reaction to the unfolding drama, attacks, and counter-attacks between and around persons, institutions, and the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), President Muhammadu Buhari, moving to handle the quagmire charged security and investigating agencies, along with the National Assembly to engage necessary and coordinated inquiry into the development.