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Buhari Failed To Address These 4 Issues In His Speech.

President Muhammadu Buhari earlier this morning addressed Nigerians for the first time in 105 days. He had been in the UK receiving treatment for an undisclosed ailment.

Buhari spoke for just 6 minutes.
In his speech, he said Nigeria’s unity is settled and not negotiable thereby squashing any hope of the country breaking up. He also said his government will renew fight against Boko Haram, kidnappings, farmers versus herdsmen clashes.

Here are 4 key national issues Mr Buhari failed to address in 6 minutes speech.

1. ASUU Strike: Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have gone on a national strike on Sunday, August 13, 2017. The lecturers are demanding for better conditions of service, funding, university autonomy and academic freedom.

2. SGF suspension: Mr Buhari was also silent on the suspension of Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr David Babachir Lawal, in the award of contracts under the Presidential Initiative on the North East (PINE).

3. NIA Ikoyi Cash:
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Rivers State Deputy Governor Dr. (Mrs.) Ipalibo Harry Banigo says the Violence against Women and Girls Act will soon be domesticated in the State, while the Family Court which is still under construction is at the verge of completion.

 The Deputy Governor stated this during the Just Girls Talk (JGT) organized by the Mountain of Fire and Miracle Ministries, Youth Church to inform and enlighten female singles about the gains of abstinence from pre marital sex in Port Harcourt.

 The Deputy Governor who said she has always been passionate about women and girls said she has set up the Protect the Girl Child initiative to address and educate   the public on the issues of violence and abuse against women and girls in the society.

 According to her  steps can be taken to build the Girl Child into a woman who is sound emotionally, psychically, intellectually and politically, especially in the family because nation building starts in the family.

 She said the Protect the Girl Child Initiative …


Lost in Time –

An Ancient Forest: Near the city of Morondava, on the West coast of Madagascar lies an ancient forest of Baobab trees. Unique to Madagascar, the endemic species is sacred to the Malagasy people, and rightly so. Walking amongst these giants is like nothing else on this planet. Some of the trees here are over a thousand years old. It is a spiritual place, almost magical.