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Respect your age and stop lying, Jonathan blast Lai Muhammed

Former president Goodluck EbeleJonathan has warned the Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed to respect his age and stop lying to Nigerians.

Jonathan made the observation in a statement by his former aide, Reno Omokri, while reacting to a statement accredited to the minister of information when he made the following observation. “Now, don’t compare orange with apple. When Chibok girls were kidnapped, it took the PDP government 18 full days to admit that the girls were kidnapped. This time we swung into action within 24 hours.”

According to a statement made available toDaily post , Jonathan wonders when Mohammed will respect his old age and stop lying?

The statement reads:

“My attention has been drawn to fallacious comments made by the notoriously dishonest Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, to the effect that the Jonathan administration did not act on time when the Chibok Girls were kidnapped whereas the Buhari government acted promptly when the Dapchi Girls were kidnapped…

Liberia seeks 6000 teachers from Nigeria

Liberian President, George Weah, has called on the Nigerian government to provide 6000 teachers to his country as part of the Technical Assistance agreement between the two nations.

Speaking Monday shortly after a closed-door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari at the State House Presidential Villa in Abuja, Mr. Weah said his government inherited many problems which can only be tackled with assistance from countries likeNigeria.

Mr. Weah was inaugurated into office on January 22 after defeating immediate past vice president Joseph Boakai of the Unity Party.

Addressing journalists after his meeting with Mr. Buhari, the Liberian leader identified some of the urgent problems facing his country as youth unemployment, as well as the need to revive the education, agriculture, mining and health sectors.

“Your sustained technical assistance for capacity building in these sectors is most welcome. For example, Nigerian teachers and medical volunteers to Liberia, under the Technical Assista…