Friday, 22 March 2019

President Buhari has drawn up a 'Next Level' implementation plan and this is what it looks like.

President Muhammadu Buhari meets
Labour Leaders in Abuja/Twitter-@AbbaAudu01

Here’s how Buhari intends to complete all projects in the next 4 years. 

President Muhammadu Buhari, who won a second term in office on February 23, 2019, has rolled out an implementation plan for all projects—whether the projects were begun by his administration or whether there were inherited from the previous administration.

The 2nd Niger Bridge and a slew of power and road projects across Nigeria, remain uncompleted.

Next Level was really a thing during the election campaigns.

On February 27, 2019, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) declared that Buhari defeated closest challenger, Atiku Abubakar of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) with 3,928,869 votes.



Jude Egbas.
Full story at Pulse NG.


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Wednesday, 20 March 2019

Theresa May to request only 'short delay' to Brexit in letter to EU.

Theresa May is expected to ask for a short
Brexit delay of a round three months

The PM believes the stalemate has left the UK in "crisis" and the EU warning a delay will not be approved "without a good reason".

Theresa May is to ask Brussels for only a short delay to Brexit - expected to be around three months - Sky News understands.

Downing Street sources confirmed this morning that in her letter to EU council president Donald Tusk today, the Prime Minister will not request a long delay as demanded by some in her cabinet.

A senior government source said: "There's a case for giving parliament more time to find a way forward but people in this country have been waiting nearly three years, they are fed up with parliament's failure to take a decision and the Prime Minister shares that frustration."

It has not been disclosed what length of time Mrs May will ask for, but an extension until 30 June is expected, as that is the last day Britain could remain in the EU without taking part in European elections.



By Tamara Cohen.
Full story at Sky News.



Tuesday, 19 March 2019

New report claims Donald Trump received around R30 billion in loans from Deutsche Bank.

Donald Trump at what later became the Trump International Scotland
golf course in Balmedie, Aberdeenshire, in 2011.

Deutsche Bank cumulatively loaned Donald Trump more than $2 billion – some R30 billion – over two decades when he was in real estate, according to a new report from The New York Times.

While Trump's relationship with Deutsche Bank - which dates back to the 1990s - is not entirely revelatory, The Times spoke to more than 20 people who who either currently or previously worked as executives for Deutsche Bank, giving a broader look at the scope of the relationship.

The bank was one of the few on Wall Street that would take a risk with Trump following his casino bankruptcies, The Times reported in 2016 ahead of that year's presidential election. ("Several bankers on Wall Street say they are simply not willing to take on what they almost uniformly referred to as 'Donald risk,'" The Times Susanne Craig reported.)



By Sarah Gray.
Full story at Business Insider.


Monday, 18 March 2019

Is Jane Sanders the most powerful woman not running in 2020?

FILE - In this March 3, 2019, file photo, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., left, and his wife, Jane Sanders, greet supporters as they leave after his 2020 presidential campaign stop at Navy Pier in Chicago. Bernie Sanders’ revolution is Jane Sanders’ career. And her political and business activities have at times been his headache. His closest adviser, she is perhaps the most influential woman in the 2020 campaign who isn’t a candidate. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, File)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Before Bernie Sanders took the stage to formally launch his 2020 presidential campaign this month, the candidate's most influential adviser took the mic. To cheers, Jane Sanders introduced herself to the Brooklyn crowd as "Bernie's wife," then conceded that wasn't the most politically correct label.

To be sure, identifying Jane Sanders as "the wife" hardly captures the scope of her influence on her husband's political career. Across 30 years and a dozen campaigns for federal office, she has served variously as her husband's media consultant, surrogate, fundraiser, chief of staff, campaign spokeswoman and top strategist.

His political revolution has become her career. And her political and business activities have, at times, become his headache. As the Vermont senator undertakes his second presidential run and scrambles his inner circle, Jane Sanders remains his closest adviser, making her perhaps the most influential woman in the 2020 campaign who isn't a candidate.





Full story at Yahoo News.
By STEPHEN BRAUN, WILSON RING and STEVE PEOPLES.

Friday, 15 March 2019

Canada says Nigeria's 2019 elections 'credible', congratulates Buhari.

President Muhamamdu Buhari

Canada's High Commission in Nigeria has certified Nigeria's 2019 general elections to be credible, despite admitting that it was also plagued by logistical challenges, irregularities and violence.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) conducted Presidential and National Assembly elections on February 23, and conducted Governorship and State House of Assembly elections two weeks later on March 9.


The elections were marred by violence in certain areas that led to the suspension of voting in some parts of Rivers, Lagos and Anambra on February 23. The governorship election in Rivers was also indefinitely suspended by INEC due to widespread violence across the state on March 9.

Despite the cloud of doubt hanging over the credibility of the elections, the Canadian High Commission said in a statement on Thursday, March 14, that domestic and international observers have deemed them credible nonetheless, and congratulated President Muhammadu Buhari, who won re-election.




By Samson Toromade.
Full story at Pulse NG.