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FLASHBACK FRIDAY A Look At Some Notable Things Professor Yemi Osinbajo Achieved by Lydia696: 5:13pm On Jan 24, 2020
On January 27, 2017 the Acting President held a meeting with the Executive Director of the World Food Programme (WFP), Ms Er-Tharin Cousin.

On February 1st, he presided over the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting, during which the Presidential Task Force on food security was mandated to reduce price of food items in the country.

Acting President Osinbajo on February 7, 2017, sent Justice Walter Onnoghen’s name to the Senate for confirmation as Chief Justice of Nigeria after controversially hanging as Acting Chief Justice for a while.

February 8, 2017, Professor Yemi Osinbajo chaired the FEC meeting and gave approval of 21 billion Naira for the construction of Ilorin -Omu Aran, Kabba road section; On February 15, he approved the award of 126 billion Naira road project spread across Kano, Bauchi, Adamawa, Kwara, Gombe, Enugu and Kaduna States to be constructed with immediate effect.

February 10 to 13, 2017, Professor Yemi Osinbajo visited Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital in continuation of his interactive engagement with the oil producing communities in the Niger-Delta region.

He then proceeded to Port-Hacourt, Rivers State to meet stake holders of the oil producing communities. During the meeting, he rolled out the frame work for the clean-up exercise of Ogoniland; this is in response to the report submitted by the United Nations Environmental Programme in 2011, warning about the deplorable condition of the community.

On February 16, 2017 Professor Osinbajo presided over the first National Economic Council meeting of the year and directed the Central Bank of Nigeria to review the foreign exchange policy.
The meeting also resolved that fresh $250 million be injected into the sovereign wealth fund (SWF). The CBN subsequently released about $500 million through the inter-bank market where the 23 banks bought $371 million.

On February 17, Professor Osinbajo signed seven bills into law. The bills were: Oaths (Amendment) Act 2017; Defence Space Administration Act 2017; Veterinary Surgeons (Amendment) Act 2017; and others.

Feb 23, 2017 the Vice President paid an unscheduled visit to the Murtala Muhammad International Airport in Lagos as part of the 60 days action plan for business reform in the country.
The visit which took many airport workers by surprise went viral; during the visit, Professor Osinbajo inspected facilities and interacted with airport officials on the welfare of the workers and the travelers. In less than 24 hours after the visit, the Federal Government announced the sack of 10 directors of the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA). Three new Directors and General Managers were also appointed for the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN).

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting Osinbajo chaired on February 22, 2017, approved 32 billion naira for the resuscitation and completion of 50 km dual carriage Kaduna eastern bypass highway, the council also approved $39.9 million for the construction of the Cameroon - Nigeria border-line bridge at Ikot – Efiem.

If this man can do this much (these are just a few) in 38 days, there’s no telling what heights Nigeria will climb if he’s given 4 full years.
Re: FLASHBACK FRIDAY A Look At Some Notable Things Professor Yemi Osinbajo Achieved by Toosure70: 5:15pm On Jan 24, 2020
You're right
Re: FLASHBACK FRIDAY A Look At Some Notable Things Professor Yemi Osinbajo Achieved by Arubajagz: 5:16pm On Jan 24, 2020
The World's Best VP, hands down.

Argue with your ancestors.

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Re: FLASHBACK FRIDAY A Look At Some Notable Things Professor Yemi Osinbajo Achieved by leeport: 5:16pm On Jan 24, 2020
Leadership is by example ...


HE VP OSINBAJO , is one of a kind and one Nigeria hasn't had in a very long time .

Bless up to him cool
Re: FLASHBACK FRIDAY A Look At Some Notable Things Professor Yemi Osinbajo Achieved by Zeemam: 5:18pm On Jan 24, 2020
Osinbajo pumping......greater heights
Re: FLASHBACK FRIDAY A Look At Some Notable Things Professor Yemi Osinbajo Achieved by okefrancis: 5:24pm On Jan 24, 2020
Osinbajo has started doing good while he was in Lagos and also continues his journey of greatness while in as the vice president, he is a great man

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Re: FLASHBACK FRIDAY A Look At Some Notable Things Professor Yemi Osinbajo Achieved by Zeesugar(f): 5:25pm On Jan 24, 2020
The solution giver

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Re: FLASHBACK FRIDAY A Look At Some Notable Things Professor Yemi Osinbajo Achieved by TShooyie: 5:32pm On Jan 24, 2020
He is diligent and very hardworking. He is a true leader, well respected and, He is the best jare.
Re: FLASHBACK FRIDAY A Look At Some Notable Things Professor Yemi Osinbajo Achieved by ojokolax: 5:44pm On Jan 24, 2020
Still yet some persons will be asking where's the VP.
Lydia696:

On January 27, 2017 the Acting President held a meeting with the Executive Director of the World Food Programme (WFP), Ms Er-Tharin Cousin.

On February 1st, he presided over the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting, during which the Presidential Task Force on food security was mandated to reduce price of food items in the country.

Acting President Osinbajo on February 7, 2017, sent Justice Walter Onnoghen’s name to the Senate for confirmation as Chief Justice of Nigeria after controversially hanging as Acting Chief Justice for a while.

February 8, 2017, Professor Yemi Osinbajo chaired the FEC meeting and gave approval of 21 billion Naira for the construction of Ilorin -Omu Aran, Kabba road section; On February 15, he approved the award of 126 billion Naira road project spread across Kano, Bauchi, Adamawa, Kwara, Gombe, Enugu and Kaduna States to be constructed with immediate effect.

February 10 to 13, 2017, Professor Yemi Osinbajo visited Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital in continuation of his interactive engagement with the oil producing communities in the Niger-Delta region.

He then proceeded to Port-Hacourt, Rivers State to meet stake holders of the oil producing communities. During the meeting, he rolled out the frame work for the clean-up exercise of Ogoniland; this is in response to the report submitted by the United Nations Environmental Programme in 2011, warning about the deplorable condition of the community.

On February 16, 2017 Professor Osinbajo presided over the first National Economic Council meeting of the year and directed the Central Bank of Nigeria to review the foreign exchange policy.
The meeting also resolved that fresh $250 million be injected into the sovereign wealth fund (SWF). The CBN subsequently released about $500 million through the inter-bank market where the 23 banks bought $371 million.

On February 17, Professor Osinbajo signed seven bills into law. The bills were: Oaths (Amendment) Act 2017; Defence Space Administration Act 2017; Veterinary Surgeons (Amendment) Act 2017; and others.

Feb 23, 2017 the Vice President paid an unscheduled visit to the Murtala Muhammad International Airport in Lagos as part of the 60 days action plan for business reform in the country.
The visit which took many airport workers by surprise went viral; during the visit, Professor Osinbajo inspected facilities and interacted with airport officials on the welfare of the workers and the travelers. In less than 24 hours after the visit, the Federal Government announced the sack of 10 directors of the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA). Three new Directors and General Managers were also appointed for the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN).

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting Osinbajo chaired on February 22, 2017, approved 32 billion naira for the resuscitation and completion of 50 km dual carriage Kaduna eastern bypass highway, the council also approved $39.9 million for the construction of the Cameroon - Nigeria border-line bridge at Ikot – Efiem.

If this man can do this much (these are just a few) in 38 days, there’s no telling what heights Nigeria will climb if he’s given 4 full years.

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