As part of activities to mark the 2022 Democracy Day, Guards Brigade Nigerian Army on Monday led the Nigerian Armed Forces and Nigeria Police in a special parade.
“As Christians, we must participate actively in politics… I want to urge eligible Christians to get their PVCs to participate in the 2023 general elections.”
Nigerians “rose when military dictatorships pushed us to the age of extinction and negotiated our way into a democratic government.”
The president in the broadcast assured Nigerians of his resolve to ensure free, fair and credible 2023 elections and peaceful transition.
The Nigerian leader produced his last Democracy Day broadcast on Sunday.
The minister urged them to remain resolute in defending the indivisibility of Nigeria as an uncompromising democratic nation.
Television, radio stations, and other electronic media outlets are expected to hook up to the network services of NTA and Radio Nigeria.
A new UNICEF report says a large number of malnourished Nigerian children are suffering from multidimensional poverty.
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo should mind his language, and Femi Falana, an “anarchist,” must stop feigning being an activist, says Femi Adesina.
“As of April 2021, the inflation rate was the highest in four years. Food prices accounted for over 60 per cent of the total increase in inflation.”