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If your boss can’t trust you why are you still there? Fani-Kayode asks Osinbajo


Fani-Kayode Osinbajo

A former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has once again hit hard at Vice President Yemi Osinbajo over claims that he has been sidelined by President Muhammadu Buhari.

He added his voice to the series of criticisms trailing President Muhammadu Buhari’s signing of the amended Deep Offshore Act by Buhari in London on Monday.

The Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari, took the bill to Buhari in London. A photo of the president signing the bill with Kyari standing beside him has sparked outrage on social media.

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Many Nigerians questioned why Kyari took the bill to the president and also criticised Buhari for not handing over to Osinbajo who could have signed the bill in his absence instead of taking it to London.

Reacting to the outrage, Fani-Kayode asked Osinbajo to resign because his boss does not trust him.

This is not the first time the former minister will be asking Osinbajo to resign. He made the call in September in his reaction to claims that Osinbajo had been sidelined and stripped of some of his powers over some Federal Government agencies under his supervision.

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In a tweet via his verified Twitter handle, he said:

“How do you describe a VP that insists on remaining in office after his boss refuses to hand over power to him when he goes on leave and instead gets his Chief of Staff to fly over to London to sign legislative bills into law?

“If your boss can’t trust you why are you still there? he added.


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Zamfara NMA elects new officials



 The  Zamfara State chapter of the  Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), on Saturday, elected  Dr. Mannir Bature, as chairman and other executive members to run its affairs for the next two years.
The Newsmen, reports that Bature and six out of eight officials of the association were returned unopposed at the election held in Gusau.
In his inaugural speech, Bature promised to utilize the association’s harmonious relationship with the state government to ensure better healthcare service delivery in the state.
“I promise to work with relevant stakeholders in the health sector in the state especially the state government to push for better healthcare service delivery to the people of Zamfara.
“I know that a lot has been achieved through this partnership in the past, which is why I want to build on this effort of our past leaders for better welfare and a good working environment for our members as well as take service delivery to the next level,” he said.
Earlier, the outgoing state chairman of the association, Dr. Kabiru Shinkafi, thanked the members for supporting his leadership and for their orderly manners during the election.
Members of the new executive are Dr. Remigius Nwachukwu, Secretary, Dr. Sanusi Bello, Vice Chairman, and Dr. Ahmad Muhammad, Assistant Secretary.
Others are Dr. Rabi Usman, Treasurer, Dr. Murtala Salahu, Public Relations Officer, while Dr. Kabiru Musa and Dr. Iliyasu Ahmed became ex-officio 1 and ex-officio 2, respectively.
Dr. Sunday Onazi, Head of Clinical Services and Training of the Federal Medical Centre, Gusau, administered the oath of office on the new executive.
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German economy minister sees economic recovery from October



 Germany’s economy may recover from October onwards from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said in a newspaper interview on Sunday.

“I am sure that the downturn of our economy can be stopped after the summer break and that from October onwards, the economy can start growing again in Germany,” he told the mass-circulation Bild am Sonntag in an interview.

While the economy would shrink by 6 percent in 2020, growth by over 5 percent would be possible in 2021, Altmaier said.

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His goal was to reach the level that employment was at before the crisis by 2022, and to start heading for regaining full employment after that date, he said.

Altmaier also said that the rate of the spread of the virus in the U.S. was a major concern.

“A pandemic that gets out of control there has big consequences for the world economy,” he said. 

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Covid-19: Enugu State records 30 new cases



The Enugu State Government has announced 30 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections in the state to 372.

The state’s Commissioner for Health, Prof. Ikechukwu Obi, made the announcement in a statement on Sunday.

Obi stated that the ministry confirmed the 30 new cases in the update by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).

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He added that the number of patients undergoing treatment was 182, while 181 had been discharged.

“The number of cases on treatment is 182, number of cases discharged – 181 and number of confirmed COVID-19 related deaths  is nine,” he said.

The commissioner called on residents be responsible, adding that COVID-19 is real.

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He urged them to adhere to all the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) precautionary measures in order to stay safe.

“If in spite of your efforts, however, you develop symptoms or know anyone who may have developed symptoms, please call the following numbers; 08182555550 or 09022333833 or the NCDC number 080097000010,” he advised.


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