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Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by MrAJQ(m): 4:23pm On Nov 02, 2018
DELAYED BUDGETS HINDER COMPLETION OF PROJECTS -PRESIDENT BUHARI

President Muhammadu Buhari Friday in Abuja said tardiness in passage of budgets by the National Assembly, sometimes lasting seven months, delay completion of projects across the country, urging more effort to speed up the process.

The President, who received a delegation of Eminent and Respected citizens of Niger State led by Lt. Gen. Garba Duba (Rtd) at the Presidential Villa, said the government’s achievements in ensuring better roads, rails, power and repositioning of the airports was in spite of the delays, praying for more understanding and commitment to infrastructural development.

“If the National Assembly takes seven months to pass a budget, then we should be commended for the much that we have achieved, and can still achieve.

“I personally feel very disappointed. I spoke with the leaders of the National Assembly on the issue that seven months is a long time to work on a budget,’’ he said.

The President said ongoing efforts to improve road, and rail networks across the country will be increased as infrastructural development remains paramount for improving the livelihood of Nigerians.

President Buhari told the delegation, which includes Governor Abubakar Sani Bello, military and traditional leaders, that his administration will pay more attention to the stretch of 2,150km federal roads in the state.

On security, he said, “we cannot manage our communities and societies without security. A lot of resources is being diverted to provide security instead of going into infrastructural development.’’

The President re-assured the delegation that his administration will stay focused on securing lives and property, fighting corruption and stimulating the economy for more progress.

President Buhari said the Minister of Agriculture and the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria had been directed to increase monetary supports, through loans, to farmers in the next farming season, and ensure that farmers are not overwhelmed with the traditional demand for collaterals.

“Traditional institutions and families can serve as guarantors because we cannot continue with that colonial style of asking for collaterals that people don’t have,’’ he added.

The President commended the Chinese government for accepting to finance 85 per cent of Nigeria’s infrastructural development need.

“I thank you so much for coming. It is a good morale booster for me and the country that a State will bring a strong delegation to show appreciation for our efforts,’’ he said.

In his remarks, the leader of the delegation, Lt. Gen. Duba, who is a former military governor, commended the President for the significant stride in repositioning of roads, rails and airports across the country.

He said Niger State still faced challenges of security along Jebba-Mokwa-Birnin Gwari-Kaduna roads, urging the President to reinforce surveillance on the routes and also direct more attention on the construction of federal roads in the state.

The Etsu Nupe, Alhaji Yahaya Abubakar, who is also the Chairman of the Niger State Council of Traditional Rulers, commended the President for providing exemplary leadership for the country.

Femi Adesina

Special Adviser to the President

(Media & Publicity)

November 2, 2018

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by MrAJQ(m): 4:27pm On Nov 02, 2018
God bless the lion king.

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by islandmoon: 5:57am On Nov 03, 2018
damn, Bubu give us a better reason , a better for not changing his diaper this time.

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by IMASTEX: 5:57am On Nov 03, 2018
This is because both the executive & the legislature have decided to play politic of personal interest with it at the detriment of the citizens needs. We understand Sir, excuses have never been voided from your government as usual. Since 1999, the same party occupying the executive, have been favoured with the majority & leadership in the legislative house. Yet they can't come to a common ground. Simply because the both are fighting for the lion share & careless about citizens. Call it PDP or APC, they all have the same ideologies. After all they are the same person crossing left to right.


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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by tolulope1990(m): 5:57am On Nov 03, 2018
Weyrey always refuse to take responsibilities of his lifelessness.... Quality of a bad leader

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by wonuks(m): 5:57am On Nov 03, 2018
cheesy
Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by Mankosi: 5:58am On Nov 03, 2018
Ok
Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by davidodiba: 5:58am On Nov 03, 2018
Always blaming. ...never seeing anything wrong with his own side. This man ...

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by buzodyke: 5:59am On Nov 03, 2018
Blame game=Apc govt

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by MrGreenMavro: 6:00am On Nov 03, 2018
Anoda excuse

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by mustmust(m): 6:02am On Nov 03, 2018
MrAJQ:
God bless the lion king.

He is meant for daura jungle not Nigeria.










When it took you 6 months to put together your cabinet it was not delayed abi. The national assembly simply took after you

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by 01mcfadden(m): 6:04am On Nov 03, 2018
Delayed budget, it's your turn o

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by Heffe: 6:05am On Nov 03, 2018
MrAJQ:
God bless the lion king.
the lieing president u mean abi..take responsibility oga

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by McMayowa: 6:05am On Nov 03, 2018
Ok
Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by downloadproject(f): 6:06am On Nov 03, 2018
Enough of this complain

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by NothingDoMe: 6:07am On Nov 03, 2018
MrAJQ:
God bless the lion king.
Mschew
Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by Firefire(m): 6:07am On Nov 03, 2018
Mental problem dey worry this brainless cow.

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by Alzirida(f): 6:07am On Nov 03, 2018
smiley

Having Saraki as Senate President is the worst error u ever allowed

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by ednut1(m): 6:08am On Nov 03, 2018
sad

Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by mimimile93: 6:09am On Nov 03, 2018
MrAJQ:
DELAYED BUDGETS HINDER COMPLETION OF PROJECTS -PRESIDENT BUHARI

President Muhammadu Buhari Friday in Abuja said tardiness in passage of budgets by the National Assembly, sometimes lasting seven months, delay completion of projects across the country, urging more effort to speed up the process.

The President, who received a delegation of Eminent and Respected citizens of Niger State led by Lt. Gen. Garba Duba (Rtd) at the Presidential Villa, said the government’s achievements in ensuring better roads, rails, power and repositioning of the airports was in spite of the delays, praying for more understanding and commitment to infrastructural development.

“If the National Assembly takes seven months to pass a budget, then we should be commended for the much that we have achieved, and can still achieve.

“I personally feel very disappointed. I spoke with the leaders of the National Assembly on the issue that seven months is a long time to work on a budget,’’ he said.

The President said ongoing efforts to improve road, and rail networks across the country will be increased as infrastructural development remains paramount for improving the livelihood of Nigerians.

President Buhari told the delegation, which includes Governor Abubakar Sani Bello, military and traditional leaders, that his administration will pay more attention to the stretch of 2,150km federal roads in the state.

On security, he said, “we cannot manage our communities and societies without security. A lot of resources is being diverted to provide security instead of going into infrastructural development.’’

The President re-assured the delegation that his administration will stay focused on securing lives and property, fighting corruption and stimulating the economy for more progress.

President Buhari said the Minister of Agriculture and the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria had been directed to increase monetary supports, through loans, to farmers in the next farming season, and ensure that farmers are not overwhelmed with the traditional demand for collaterals.

“Traditional institutions and families can serve as guarantors because we cannot continue with that colonial style of asking for collaterals that people don’t have,’’ he added.

The President commended the Chinese government for accepting to finance 85 per cent of Nigeria’s infrastructural development need.

“I thank you so much for coming. It is a good morale booster for me and the country that a State will bring a strong delegation to show appreciation for our efforts,’’ he said.

In his remarks, the leader of the delegation, Lt. Gen. Duba, who is a former military governor, commended the President for the significant stride in repositioning of roads, rails and airports across the country.

He said Niger State still faced challenges of security along Jebba-Mokwa-Birnin Gwari-Kaduna roads, urging the President to reinforce surveillance on the routes and also direct more attention on the construction of federal roads in the state.

The Etsu Nupe, Alhaji Yahaya Abubakar, who is also the Chairman of the Niger State Council of Traditional Rulers, commended the President for providing exemplary leadership for the country.

Femi Adesina

Special Adviser to the President

(Media & Publicity)

November 2, 2018


God bless President Muhammadu Buhari

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by LASISIELENU(f): 6:10am On Nov 03, 2018
DQ94:
There was a report about a pastor who released a sextape involving him and a lover... It was on Front Page, even.

Well... Here goes: https://www.xvideos.com/video40711727/nigerian_pastor_funking_his_mistress

So what should we do with it
Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by Firefire(m): 6:10am On Nov 03, 2018
tolulope1990:
Weyrey always refuse to take responsibilities of his lifelessness.... Quality of a bad leader

Were alaso for that matter.

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by Yankee101: 6:11am On Nov 03, 2018
Incompetent Liars. What of in the years they got passed early? APC came to power unprepared as they never thought they'll win

And now they honestly think they'll not lose. Always unprepared.

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by fiercehillz(m): 6:11am On Nov 03, 2018
Even blame it on your lifeless performance in bed.
Burnt stew of a president...

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by warriking(m): 6:12am On Nov 03, 2018
MrAJQ:
DELAYED BUDGETS HINDER COMPLETION OF PROJECTS -PRESIDENT BUHARI

President Muhammadu Buhari Friday in Abuja said tardiness in passage of budgets by the National Assembly, sometimes lasting seven months, delay completion of projects across the country, urging more effort to speed up the process.

The President, who received a delegation of Eminent and Respected citizens of Niger State led by Lt. Gen. Garba Duba (Rtd) at the Presidential Villa, said the government’s achievements in ensuring better roads, rails, power and repositioning of the airports was in spite of the delays, praying for more understanding and commitment to infrastructural development.

“If the National Assembly takes seven months to pass a budget, then we should be commended for the much that we have achieved, and can still achieve.

“I personally feel very disappointed. I spoke with the leaders of the National Assembly on the issue that seven months is a long time to work on a budget,’’ he said.

The President said ongoing efforts to improve road, and rail networks across the country will be increased as infrastructural development remains paramount for improving the livelihood of Nigerians.

President Buhari told the delegation, which includes Governor Abubakar Sani Bello, military and traditional leaders, that his administration will pay more attention to the stretch of 2,150km federal roads in the state.

On security, he said, “we cannot manage our communities and societies without security. A lot of resources is being diverted to provide security instead of going into infrastructural development.’’

The President re-assured the delegation that his administration will stay focused on securing lives and property, fighting corruption and stimulating the economy for more progress.

President Buhari said the Minister of Agriculture and the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria had been directed to increase monetary supports, through loans, to farmers in the next farming season, and ensure that farmers are not overwhelmed with the traditional demand for collaterals.

“Traditional institutions and families can serve as guarantors because we cannot continue with that colonial style of asking for collaterals that people don’t have,’’ he added.

The President commended the Chinese government for accepting to finance 85 per cent of Nigeria’s infrastructural development need.

“I thank you so much for coming. It is a good morale booster for me and the country that a State will bring a strong delegation to show appreciation for our efforts,’’ he said.

In his remarks, the leader of the delegation, Lt. Gen. Duba, who is a former military governor, commended the President for the significant stride in repositioning of roads, rails and airports across the country.

He said Niger State still faced challenges of security along Jebba-Mokwa-Birnin Gwari-Kaduna roads, urging the President to reinforce surveillance on the routes and also direct more attention on the construction of federal roads in the state.

The Etsu Nupe, Alhaji Yahaya Abubakar, who is also the Chairman of the Niger State Council of Traditional Rulers, commended the President for providing exemplary leadership for the country.

Femi Adesina

Special Adviser to the President

(Media & Publicity)

November 2, 2018

Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by highchief1: 6:13am On Nov 03, 2018
MrAJQ:
DELAYED BUDGETS HINDER COMPLETION OF PROJECTS -PRESIDENT BUHARI

President Muhammadu Buhari Friday in Abuja said tardiness in passage of budgets by the National Assembly, sometimes lasting seven months, delay completion of projects across the country, urging more effort to speed up the process.

The President, who received a delegation of Eminent and Respected citizens of Niger State led by Lt. Gen. Garba Duba (Rtd) at the Presidential Villa, said the government’s achievements in ensuring better roads, rails, power and repositioning of the airports was in spite of the delays, praying for more understanding and commitment to infrastructural development.

“If the National Assembly takes seven months to pass a budget, then we should be commended for the much that we have achieved, and can still achieve.

“I personally feel very disappointed. I spoke with the leaders of the National Assembly on the issue that seven months is a long time to work on a budget,’’ he said.

The President said ongoing efforts to improve road, and rail networks across the country will be increased as infrastructural development remains paramount for improving the livelihood of Nigerians.

President Buhari told the delegation, which includes Governor Abubakar Sani Bello, military and traditional leaders, that his administration will pay more attention to the stretch of 2,150km federal roads in the state.

On security, he said, “we cannot manage our communities and societies without security. A lot of resources is being diverted to provide security instead of going into infrastructural development.’’

The President re-assured the delegation that his administration will stay focused on securing lives and property, fighting corruption and stimulating the economy for more progress.

President Buhari said the Minister of Agriculture and the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria had been directed to increase monetary supports, through loans, to farmers in the next farming season, and ensure that farmers are not overwhelmed with the traditional demand for collaterals.

“Traditional institutions and families can serve as guarantors because we cannot continue with that colonial style of asking for collaterals that people don’t have,’’ he added.

The President commended the Chinese government for accepting to finance 85 per cent of Nigeria’s infrastructural development need.

“I thank you so much for coming. It is a good morale booster for me and the country that a State will bring a strong delegation to show appreciation for our efforts,’’ he said.

In his remarks, the leader of the delegation, Lt. Gen. Duba, who is a former military governor, commended the President for the significant stride in repositioning of roads, rails and airports across the country.

He said Niger State still faced challenges of security along Jebba-Mokwa-Birnin Gwari-Kaduna roads, urging the President to reinforce surveillance on the routes and also direct more attention on the construction of federal roads in the state.

The Etsu Nupe, Alhaji Yahaya Abubakar, who is also the Chairman of the Niger State Council of Traditional Rulers, commended the President for providing exemplary leadership for the country.

Femi Adesina

Special Adviser to the President

(Media & Publicity)

November 2, 2018
buhari is a delayed sperm.femi Adesina that used to be a pastor and my friend now talks like klint d drunk cos of the 20 thousand naira salary every month.
Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by Officialpdpnig: 6:13am On Nov 03, 2018
Even we PDP people will benefit from the finished projects but saraki does not want us to benefit due to his selfish agenda of furthering his political agenda at the expense of the citizens.

Mr President I may be pro PDP but I must say you are doing a great job.

I wish we had done similar when we had the chance for 16 years. But we messed it up.

I give you a 90% when it comes to finishing things we couldn't. Keep pushing sir.

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Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by fasho01(m): 6:26am On Nov 03, 2018
I doubt we'll ever see the day the lifeless one will take responsibility for anything, no matter how little that thing may be.. Just goes to show the kind of individual he was while growing up. Not fit for any leadership position, not even to stand in front of others to pull the rope while playing thug of war
Re: Delayed Budgets Hinder Completion Of Projects -president Buhari by nemeomire: 6:32am On Nov 03, 2018
Government of Excuses

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