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Timi Frank Sends Letter To Theresa May On Her Forthcoming Visit To Buhari

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Following the forthcoming visitation of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Theresa May to President Muhammadu Buhari, the former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Timi Frank has written a letter proposing ten questions for the Nigerian President.

The Prime Minister who is expected in Nigeria tomorrow Wednesday has been advised by Frank not to pay attention to the lies and propaganda that Buhari would allegedly feed her.

Below is the content of the letter written by Timi Frank to the UK Prime Minister as gathered by NIGERIA NEWS:

Dear Theresa May,

It is with great delight that we welcome you to Nigeria for this auspicious visit. I must say that many Nigerians, particularly my humble self, are very glad to have you visit the country.

Nigerian are glad because they believe your presence in Nigeria will enable you to see things as they are and not how they had hitherto been presented to you in Downing Street, London.

I also believe that after observing the harsh conditions under which Nigerians daily make their living, you will be better placed to advice the government led by President Muhammadu Buhari, on how to proceed with his change agenda in such a way that will make it beneficial to the masses of this country economically, socially and politically.

We are glad that as a Prime Minister who is at the verge of making history with Brexit in Britain, you are well acquainted on how to lead a major national reform without compromising on the rule of law and fundamental human rights of citizens.

It is the hope of the majority of Nigerians that following the role of the U.K. in Nigeria up to Independence in 1960, your presence in Nigeria will kickstart a fundamental change in the hostile attitude of the present administration towards Nigerians.

Be that as it may, I wish to urge you not be carried away by rich hospitality and royal banquet that will be lavished on you during this visit.

Rather, Nigerians want you to use the visit to re-interrogate, albeit diplomatically, the many cases of human rights abuses, disdain for the rule of law, disobedience to court orders, selective and lopsided anti-corruption crusade, intimidation, harassment, hounding, arrests and forceful detention of opposition political party leaders, and the invasion of National Assembly by hired thugs and the attempt to forcefully take over an arm of government – the National Assembly – by one of the security agencies recently.

Following your quest and passionate campaign to end modern-day slavery and prevent illegal migration from Africa to Europe, I implore you to use your good offices to prevail on President Buhari to return to the path of democracy and rule of law in the conduct of government business in the country without which people seeking to escape from the oppressive regime and migrate to Europe will continue to swell.

He also included in the letter ten questions he perceived Nigerians are eager to get answers to from President Buhari.

He urged May to help in the citizens of Nigeria to asked the questions during her visit.

According to the letter, “the questions Nigerians want Your Excellency to ask President Buhari include:

1. Is Buhari a democrat or an authoritarian/dictatorial President?

2. Is Buhari fighting corruption or shielding alleged corrupt persons who now find the APC under his leadership a safe haven to escape prosecution?

3. Why is Buhari desperate to get Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki forcefully removed as President of the Senate – by hook or crook – through the invasion of the Senate by thugs and recent siege on the National Assembly by a section of the nation’s security apparatus.

4. Why is Buhari and APC trying to truncate democracy by refusing to prosecute those who have violated the sanctity of the parliament through the recent brazen invasion/siege on the National Assembly?

5. Why has Buhari not ensured the release of Leah Sharibu – the Dapchi school girl – who has continued to languish in captivity after others girls they were kidnapped together have since regained freedom through government’s direct intervention?

6. Why has Buhari kept the Leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), Sheik El-Zakzaky in detention for over three years despite several court rulings granting him bail?

7. Similarly, why has Buhari refused Col. Sambo Dasuki to go home after six court judgements, including the ECOWAS Court of Justice, that have granting him bail?

8. How can Buhari claim to champion an anti-corruption fight when the APC under his leadership continues to compromise the nation’s electoral process through open vote buying to win elections?

9. Why has Buhari continued to gag the press through arrests and long detentions as witness in the case of Jones Abiri – a Port Harcourt based journalist – who was detained without trial for two years and a Premium Times reporter, Samuel Ogundipe who was incarcerated for failing to disclose his sources to the police?

10. Why has Buhari refused to name murderous Fulani herdsmen as a terrorist organization just like he did to the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB)?”

He concluded by telling the Prime Minister that “It is important for you to ask Buhari the above questions and get clear-cut answers instead of being fed with propaganda and lies for which this government is now reputed.”

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NDA JAMB Cut Off Mark And Examination Date For 2019/2020

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NDA JAMB Cut Off Mark And Examination Date For 2019/2020

The NIGERIA NEWS gathered a report which reveals that a new date is scheduled for the screening examination of candidates into the Nigerian Defence Academy, NDA. The is set to entails and cut across 71 regular courses and the examination will serve as the major requirement to be qualified for shortlisting.

The Public Relations Officer for the NDA, Major Abubakar Abdullahi that the new examination day is scheduled to be on 8th of June, 2019. The NDA then fixed the cut off mark for the candidate who could be eligible to take part in the examination.

The announcement that reveals the cut off mark and what the candidate should do before the examination date reads below:

“Candidates who duly applied to the Nigerian Defence Academy and successfully scored a minimum of 180 (One Hundred and Eighty) in UTME are advised to visit application portal on the NDA website www.nda.edu.ng to select the examination centre of their choice and print out their examination card

“Please note that only those with duly printed Examination Card will be admitted into the various centres for the test.”

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U20 Fifa World Cup 2019: Nigeria takes on QATAR time and where to watch

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Nigerian time for the under 20 Fifa world up today is by 5 pm Nigerian time. Nigeria and Qatar will be meeting for the first time in Poland today.

 

The time is 5 pm Nigerian time and it will be aired on national tv, DSTV and Gotv for viewing pleasures of all Nigerians. This is the first game in the group stage Nigeria news wishes our flying Eagles better wings to soar today.

The Nigerian vs Qatar football game of the Fifa 2019 will be taken place at Poland stadium

 

The Flying Eagles gets its World Cup campaign up and running in Poland as it takes on the Junior Maroons in its opening group game
Nigeria take on Qatar in the first group match of this year’s Under-20 World Cup in Poland.

The Flying Eagles are making their 12th appearance in this competition after a fourth place finish at the U20 Africa Cup of Nations.

Qatar are making a return to the championship after missing the last two editions, and are competing to better their second place finish at the 1981 edition.

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Both teams are meeting for the first ever and victory for either side would boost their chances of reaching the knockout phase.

Game Qatar U20 vs Nigeria U20
Date Friday, May 24
Time 17:00 WAT
Stream (US Only) fuboTV (7-day free trial)
TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch
In the United States (US), the game can be watched live and on-demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial).

New users can sign up for a free seven-day trial of the live sports streaming service, which can be accessed via iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV as well as on a web browser.

Nigeria TV channel Online stream
SuperSport7 fuboTV (7-day free trial)
In the United Kingdom (UK), the game can be watched live on TV on Free Sports. It can be streamed via FIFA.

UK TV channel Online stream
Free Sports FIFA
Squads & Team News
Position Qatar squad
Goalkeepers Zakaria, Mamdouh, Badreldin
Defenders Peer, Al-Minhali, Aymen, Ahmed, Malolah, Mamdouh, Suhail
Midfielders M.Ali, Yazidi, Syahputra,Mohammed, Nasse, Ahmad, H.Ali, Waad, Yasser
Forwards Umaru, Abdurisag
Qatar coach Bruno Pinheiro has a fully-fit side, and will be looking to get off to a flying start, with Abdulrasheed Umaru being the man to look out for, thanks to his goalscoring abilities.

Confirmed Qatar starting XI:

Position Nigeria squad
Goalkeepers Ogundare, Oremade, Zaccala
Defenders Rabiu, Udo, Salawudeen, Ozornwafor, Ogbu, Muhammad
Midfielders Eletu, Sor, Dele-Bashiru, Ofoborh, Michael, Makanjuola,Effiom
Forwards Adams, Offia, Emeka, Tijani
The Flying Eagles were unimpressive at the U20 Africa Cup of Nations and they have been rated as one of Poland 2019’s underdogs. They must be at their best against the Asians else they could be shown the way out in the preliminary round.

Confirmed Nigeria starting XI: Oremade, Zulkifilu, Ozornwafor, Utin, Salawudeen, Muhammed, Offia,Effiom, Muhammed, Michael, Dele-Bashiru

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