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Buhari’s Family Eats More Than N363k Per Meal But He Can’t Approve N30k Minimum Wage – Hushpuppi



​Popular Nigerian Instagram ‘big boy’, Hushpuppi, has slammed President Muhammadu Buhari for his reluctance to endorse the N30,000 minimum wage. 


Hushpuppi has taken a swipe at President Buhari for not speedily approving the N30,000 minimum wage being demanded by the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC.

Hushpuppi in his post on IG, said it is a shame for President Buhari not to endorse the N30,000 minimum wage which is less than $100. He accused the president of spending up to $1,000 (N360k) per meal for his family yet finding it hard to give a paltry N30k to civil servants..

In an image he shared on Instagram, he wrote: “I really can’t believe the president of Nigeria, I mean a whole Nigeria can’t endorse the minimum wage of 30,000 naira which is less than $100. 


“It’s such a shame that the president spends far over this amount for one meal. I bet his family eats more than a thousand dollars per meal but won’t approve $80 for a month for civil servants who has many mouths to feed in their households”


He captioned this image thus: “Nigeria needs reformation. I wonder when they expect an average Nigerian to have a little taste of good life, I wonder how much and how long it will take for a civil servant to save up to buy an ordinary iPhone smh”

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President Buhari Tells Nigerians What He’ll Never Stop Doing As Long As He Remains President.




President Muhammadu Buhari has said that his administration is bent on fighting corruption in the country – Buhari said this on Thursday, October 4, during his reception speech in honour of South African former leader, Thabo Mbeki.

He further said that since the war against and victory over corruption was part of his campaign promises in 2015, 

He cannot afford to disappoint Nigerians President Muhammadu Buhari, during his reception speech in honour of South African former leader, Thabo Mbeki, on Thursday, October 4, said that the anti-corruption war of his administration was not negotiable.

Speaking at the presidential Villa, Buhari said that it was a compulsory for him to fight graft because that was one of the reasons he was elected into power in 2015, Punch reports.

Mbeki, who heads the African Union (AU)’s high-level panel on illicit financial flows from Africa, was in Nigeria with the aim of giving Buhari, who is the current champion of AU anti-corruption campaign, some updates.

The President said since his campaign promises to Nigerians included fighting corruption, he cannot fail the people. He said:

“For this administration, fighting corruption is non-negotiable. It is a must. We must fight corruption frontally because it’s one of the reasons we got elected. 

“We campaigned on three fundamental issues: security, reviving the economy, and fight against corruption. It’s the reason we got elected, and we can’t afford to let our people down.”

Acknowledging that the government was making progress on the anti-corruption war, “and not just talking,” Buhari said that he was satisfied with the assignment the former South African President was carrying out for Africa.

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The president made it clear that when Africa is serious with the war against corruption, “we will eventually appeal to the conscience of the rest of the world.”

On his part, Mbeki stated that corruption was an African challenge that must be responded to, “as development challenges can only be met through the check of illicit financial flows.”

Commending the president for addressing the all-important issue at the United Nations General Assembly recently, Mbeki said: 

“We are pleased with the way you take up the matter. Countries need the political will to stop the illicit flow. Nigeria has shown a good example.

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See What Buhari Said While Receiving His WAEC Certificate




President Muhammadu Buhari, Friday, in Abuja received the attestation and confirmation of his 1961 West African School Certificate (WASC) Examination result from the West African Examinations Council (WAEC).

The documents were presented to the President at State House during a courtesy visit by a delegation of WAEC led by its Registrar, Dr Iyi Uwadiae, accompanied by Olutise Adenipekun, Head, National Office, WAEC, Abiodun Aduloju, Head Public Affairs, WAEC and Olufemi Oke, Zonal Coordinator, WAEC Abuja.

The President thanked the examination board, established in 1952, and which conducts the WASC examination for University and JAMB entry examination in West African countries, for upholding its integrity over the years, adding that he did not expect anything less from the institution.

He said it would have been impossible for him to have attended the Defence Services Staff College, India (1973) and thereafter, United States Army War College, as a Nigerian military officer, if he didn’t sit for the WASC examinations in 1961.

Buhari recounted that during his secondary school days, it was very difficult to commit examination fraud, even though it was not impossible.

”My colleagues and I who spent close to nine years in boarding school both in primary and secondary, including Gen. Musa YarAdua, when we intended to join the military we had to take a military examination.

”We were examined in three subjects, English, Mathematics and General Knowledge because English is the language for general instruction throughout the country because of our colonial heritage.

”Mathematics in the military was necessary, coupled with Geography. 

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We were trained how to be dropped off in the bush, given only a pair of compass and since we were not astronomers, you have to learn to find your way, calculate, using the Pythagoras Theorem and others to work out your position,” he said.

In his remarks, the Registrar said it was possible for candidates to lose their examination certificates through fire and any other unfortunate incident.

”We don’t issue certificates twice but we can issue attestations or duplicate copy of the certificate.

”We also have what we refer to as confirmation; usually, universities were using this in those days when Information Technology was not in vogue.

”Whoever sat for WASC exams in whatever year, we have the records in our database, and Mr President, we have the records of the examinations you sat in 1961.

”We have the attestation of results which we issue to candidates who lost their certificates and confirmation of results,’’ Dr Uwadiae said.

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Buhari Launches Armed Forces Emblem With Appeal For National Unity – See Photos




President Muhammadu Buhari, Wednesday, in Abuja launched the 2019 Armed Forces Remembrance Day Celebration Emblem with an appeal to political actors to be decorous in their conduct and utterances in order not to fan the embers of disunity.

The President launched the emblem and appeal fund for the support of Nigerian veterans and fallen heroes with N10 million, before the commencement of the Federal Executive Council.

‘‘We would have no country to lead if our acts of deliberate incitement lead to the disintegration of our dear nation,’’ the President said in his address at the Council Chambers.

‘‘Let us put Nigeria first and realise that in every contest there must be one winner,’’ he added.

President Buhari reminded the nation that the celebration was a painful reminder of the perils of war and the need for the nation to avoid a recurrence.

‘‘The celebration forcefully reminds us of the resolve of our citizens to remain in one united country, Nigeria.

‘‘It also points out the fact that we had been through a bitter and unfortunate war that led to the loss of millions of our compatriots and the need to do all within our powers to avoid a reoccurrence of war,’’ he said.

President Buhari also used the occasion to appreciate the gallantry and sacrifices of the Nigerian Armed Forces in the campaign against insurgency and other internal security operations.

Noting that the efforts of the armed forces have led to the return of normalcy in affected parts of the nation, the President regretted the recent murder of two young and promising aid workers; Saifura Khorsa and Hauwa Liman by Boko Haram terrorists.

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‘‘It is painful that this happened despite all the efforts of government to effect release of the two victims.

‘‘We condemn the callous and cowardly act in its entirety and call on all citizens and friends to forge a united front against this common enemy of our destiny.

‘‘Once more, I extend the heartfelt condolences of the Government and people of Nigeria to the families and friends of these martyrs,’’ the President said.

The Nigerian leader pledged that the resettlement and rehabilitation of citizens affected by the war on terror will continue, commending Dangote Foundation for its partnership with Government in the rebuilding process in Borno State.

The President, therefore, called on other corporate organisations to borrow a leaf from this noble initiative as Government alone cannot satisfy all the needs, given her limited resources.

President Buhari also expressed delight that businesses operating in Nigeria are beginning to give special consideration to members of the Armed Forces and veterans.

‘‘Specifically, some airlines operating in Nigeria offer discounts to members of the Armed Forces. This gesture is commendable and in line with my call for recognition, consideration and appreciation of our Armed Forces.

‘‘I urge more business ventures to chip in by assisting the Security Forces in whatever way they can,’’ he said.

The President also thanked charity organisations for taking up the task of catering for the welfare of veterans and members of the armed forces, adding that the nation owe a debt of gratitude to men and women of the armed forces who have the responsibility of securing the Nation, and ensuring a conducive environment for businesses to thrive.

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On the Bill to amend the Nigerian Legion Act to a proposed “Veterans Federation of Nigeria” Act, the President urged the 8th National Assembly to give the proposed legislation, which seeks to ensure proper welfare and health condition of military veterans, quick attention.

‘‘As Grand Patron of the Nigerian Legion (Veterans), I wish to pledge my continued support and that of the Federal Government to the organisation.

‘‘My appreciation goes to State Governors who are patrons in their respective states for the support they are giving to the Legion. I enjoin them not to relent but improve on this,’’ he said.

President Buhari called on all Nigerians and others resident in Nigeria to procure and wear the emblems with pride to identify with those who laid down their lives for peace and security of our fatherland.

The President was accompanied to the event by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, members of the Federal Executive Council, Chief of Defence Staff, General Abayomi Olonisakin, service chiefs and the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, senior officers and veterans.
Femi Adesina

Special Adviser to the President

(Media & Publicity)

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