About yesterday, 19th of April 2017, Nigerian University of Geography and Environmental Management Students’ Association (N.U.G.E.M.S.A), University of Port Harcourt chapter had their departmental Election, safe and fair enough.
Showing our gratitude to Tamunosiki Tamunotonye, aspiring for 001 of N.A.P.A.S.S
For good governance, accessibility, efficiency and quality; make your VOTE count.
Strictly for Department of Political and Administrative Studies. Continue reading “Vote Tamunotonye!”
Few days back, ALUTA-WAKA decided to partner with the Society of Petroleum Engineers popularly known with the acronym S.P.E. Let’s not forget that. So here is our Appreciation Post:
And the question on everyone’s lip: “Is the President of Nigeria Dead or Alive?” Don’t get us wrong. We are not saying he is, at least now that there’s been no confirmations, just speculations and rumors. So what’s your own take to this?
Below are images of Nigerians in UK protesting in front of the High Commission demanding to see Buhari for just 5 minutes. Continue reading “I stand with Nigeria. Where do you stand?”
President of Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari extends his initial 10-day leave and this time, Indefinitely!
He left Nigeria in January for London to “undergo routine medical check-ups” during a short holiday and was expected to resume work on February 6 But his Spokesman Femi Adelina reports that this vacation has been extended on the advice of his doctors. However, we are not told when the President will return.
This would make it the second time in less than a year he’s been there for medical treatment.
One time he visited London in June 2016 for treatment to what the presidency described as a persistent inner ear infection, which caused him to pull out of several scheduled bethrotals. But his latest visit, however, has been dogged by the rumours of his death. I guess only time would tell.
A lecturer at the Federal University Dutse in Jigawa warned that the commission must learn to conduct perfect elections in the country first.
A lecturer at the Federal University Dutse in Jigawa, Dr Abdulhakeem Adejumoh, on Tuesday cautioned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) not to venture into diaspora voting.
Adejumoh said in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Dutse that the commission must learn to conduct perfect elections in the country before allowing Nigerians in diaspora to vote.
“Internal elections still have some issues hence there is need to perfect that before advancing to diaspora participation in Nigeria polls,” he said.