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Abia Speaker mourns demise of ex-Lagos military administrator, Ndubuisi Kanu

Abia Speaker mourns demise of ex Lagos military administrator Ndubuisi Kanu - Abia Speaker mourns demise of ex-Lagos military administrator, Ndubuisi Kanu

Nigerians on social media have mocked President Buhari over the refusal of Pigeons to fly through the armed forces remembrance on Friday. President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan and Speaker of the Home of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila who graced the occasion had laid wreaths through the Armed Forces Remembrance Day celebration on Friday in Abuja. Nevertheless, when Buhari was referred …

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Fayemi mourns former Lagos military governor, Ndubuisi Kanu

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The Christian Affiliation of Nigeria (CAN) on Thursday issued a robust warning to the North and Islamic teams over threats on Catholic Bishop of Sokoto, Matthew Hassan Kukah. The Christian management warned them to look at their utterances and actions. Joseph Bade Daramola, CAN Common Secretary, in an announcement despatched to DAILY POST warned that “sufficient is sufficient”. Hassle began …

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Ndubuisi Kanu: Buhari’s Minister, Uche Ogah mourns ex-Lagos Military Administrator

Ndubuisi Kanu Buharis Minister Uche Ogah mourns ex Lagos Military Administrator - Ndubuisi Kanu: Buhari’s Minister, Uche Ogah mourns ex-Lagos Military Administrator

Uchechukwu Ogah, the Minister of State for Mines and Metal Growth, has expressed disappointment over the demise of former army governor of Lagos State, Rear Admiral Ndubuisi Kanu, describing it as painful. Whereas noting that the previous army governor was a person of nice power and character, Ogah mentioned the late Rear Admiral Kanu’s pro-democratic disposition will ceaselessly be a …

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Ndubuisi Kanu: Tinubu reacts to death of ex-Lagos Military Administrator

Ndubuisi Kanu Tinubu reacts to death of ex Lagos Military Administrator - Ndubuisi Kanu: Tinubu reacts to death of ex-Lagos Military Administrator

Bola Tinubu, Nationwide Chief of the All Progressives Congress, APC, has described ex-Army Administrator of Lagos State, Rear Admiral Ndubuisi Kanu as a uncommon breed for his singular consistency and unwavering dedication to social justice, democracy and federalism in Nigeria. Tinubu lamented that Kanu who so “beloved this nation and its many individuals” handed from us on Wednesday in Lagos …

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Ndubuisi Kanu: Buhari reacts to death of ex-Imo, Lagos administrator

Ndubuisi Kanu Buhari reacts to death of ex Imo Lagos administrator - Ndubuisi Kanu: Buhari reacts to death of ex-Imo, Lagos administrator

President Muhammadu Buhari has condoled the household and associates of the previous army administrator of Lagos and Imo States, Ndubuisi Kanu. The retired Rear Admiral handed away right this moment. In a press release by his spokesman, Garba Shehu, Buhari additionally consoled the deceased’s skilled colleagues. He famous that the “gallant army officer” distinguished himself in all positions and tasks …

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Orji Kalu reacts to death of ex NADECO Chairman, Ndubuisi Kanu

Orji Kalu reacts to death of ex NADECO Chairman Ndubuisi - Orji Kalu reacts to death of ex NADECO Chairman, Ndubuisi Kanu

Senate Chief Whip, Orji Uzor Kalu, on Wednesday described the dying of former Army Administrator of Imo and Lagos States, Ndubisi Kanu as a “large loss.” Kalu, a retired Rear Admiral, handed away on Wednesday on the age of 78-years after a short sickness. The deceased is from Ugwunta in isuikwuato Native Authorities of Abia State. Reacting, the lawmaker in …

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Ndubuisi Kanu, ex-Imo, Lagos military administrator is dead

Ndubuisi Kanu ex Imo Lagos military administrator is dead - Ndubuisi Kanu, ex-Imo, Lagos military administrator is dead

A authorized luminary and founding father of Afe Babalola College, Ado Ekiti (ABUAD), Chief Afe Babalola (SAN), has described as unconstitutional, the mass closure of Nigerian universities by the federal authorities as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. Babalola stated such motion would become counterproductive and disastrous to the schooling sector, particularly closing down of personal colleges with out prior session. …

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