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SERAP Urges Court To Stop Buhari From Spending N26 Billion On Travels And Food

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Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, has recorded a claim asking the Federal High Court in Abuja to stop the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), from burning through “N26bn in the 2022 administration spending plan on neighborhood and unfamiliar ventures, dinners and rewards, ‘sitting recompense’, ‘government assistance bundle’, and place of business.”

This was contained in a suit with number FHC/ABJ/CS/1361/2021 documented last Friday.

In the suit, SERAP is looking for “a request for mandamus to coordinate and force President Buhari to cut the N26bn administration spending plan on neighborhood and unfamiliar ventures, dinners and rewards, and to send an advantageous appointment bill to the National Assembly to mirror the decrease.”

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SERAP is likewise looking for “a request for mandamus to coordinate and constrain President Buhari to distribute spending subtleties on the State House Medical Center since May 29, 2015, until this point in time; and to divert a portion of the cash on movements and suppers to further develop public medical care offices the nation over.”

The privileges bunch is contending that “the public authority would keep on acquiring to subsidize the nation’s financial plan until there is a considerable reduced to the expense of administration. It is in the public premium to prevent the public authority from spending such a lot of cash on these things. Tireless acquiring is neither manageable nor reasonable for the Nigerian public.”

As indicated by SERAP, “The colossal spending by the administration is neither important nor in the public interest, particularly even with the country’s desperate financial position, the insufficient assignments to training and wellbeing, and the developing degree of acquiring by the Federal Government to subsidize the 2022 financial plan.”

Additionally, the gathering said, “The Buhari organization has protected and trustee obligations to guarantee a mindful financial plan spending and the prosperity and flourishing of Nigerians. A portion of the proposed expenditures could be better designated to further develop access of helpless Nigerians to essential public labor and products.”

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In a further contention, SERAP said, “Any expenditure of public assets should remain inside the restrictions of established liabilities, and promise of office by open officials, just as agree with Chapter 2 of the 1999 Nigerian Constitution [as amended] identifying with central goals and mandate standards of state strategy.”

SERAP is additionally contending that “except if the reliefs looked for are conceded, the Federal Government will keep on profiting from the break of the law, and the proposed expenditure of N26bn would leave the least fortunate and most weak individuals without admittance to fundamental public labor and products, and weight the future.”

The suit recorded for the benefit of SERAP by its legal advisors Kolawole Oluwadare and Ms Adelanke Aremo read to a limited extent, “Cutting waste and evidently, superfluous spending would go far in tending to the financial plan deficiency and obligation issues.

“Preventing President Buhari from spending the proposed N26bn on movements and dinners would guarantee that the public authority is spending the country’s greatest accessible assets to regard, secure, and elevate the freedoms to essential requirements of poor people and minimized gatherings.

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“The proposed spending is impractical and would remove basic financing to give admittance to quality medical services and instruction.

“Public officials are simple caretakers of openly available reports. Nigerians are qualified for realize how the district is being used, overseen and regulated in a majority rule setting.

“As per reports, the proposed N26bn on movements, dinners, rewards and the official wing of the State House Clinic is more than the proposed allotments for continuous and new activities in 14 showing clinics joined. N19.17 billion is assigned to the accompanying instructing emergency clinics: UNILAG Teaching Hospital—N1.69bn; ABU Teaching Hospital—N2.38bn; University College Hospital, Ibadan—N1.49bn; and UNN Teaching Hospital—N1.38bn.

“UNIBEN Teaching Hospital—N1.35bn; OAU Teaching Hospital—N1.35bn; UNILORIN Teaching Hospital—N982m; UNIJOS Teaching Hospital—N908m; University of Port Harcourt—N1.14bn; UNIMAID Teaching Hospital—N986m; Dan Fodio University Teaching Hospital—N987m; Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital—N2.49bn; UNIABUJA Teaching Hospital—N1.90bn; and ATBU Teaching Hospital—N947m.”

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No date has been fixed for the knowing about the suit.

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Drama As Female Preacher Aggressively Confronts Young Girls Over Indecent Dressing In A Market (Video)

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A dramatic incident has played out between a female preacher and some girls she accused of dressing indecently.

The preacher identified as Sister Kate in a video shared online could be seen aggressively confronting the girls because of how they dressed.

Sister Kate could be seen yelling at the top of her voice quizzing the girls on their reasons for dressing ‘naked’ market.

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The evangelist who did not give the ladies a breathing air enquired to know if they were believers and if their faith supports such an outfit.

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Olori Kafayat Adeyemi Dies In The US, 2months After Alaafin’s Death

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One of the wife’s of the late Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi has joined her ancestors.

The Oyo palace was thrown into mourning following the announcement of Olori Kafayat Adeyemi.

The queen was said to have died on Friday, July 1st, in the United States, barely two months after her husband, the Alaafin died in April.

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Though details of her death is still sketchy as of the time of this report, sources confirm that she died on Friday night.

The Director of Media and Publicity at the Alaafin’s Palace, Mr. Bode Durojaye, confirmed the incident on Saturday morning. He said:

”She died in the United States of America. I will give you the details later.”

Olori Kafayat Adeyemi was the fourth wife of the late Oba Adeyemi III. She was the mother of Prince Adebayo Adeyemi (D’Gov), who is the chairman of the Oyo State Local Government Pensions Board.

Before her demise, she was known as Iya Aguo or Iya Ibeji in Oyo Kingdom.

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Recall, the monarch, Alaafin of Oyo, Lamidi Adeyemi was announced dead on April 23rd, 2022.

According to the Premium Times, Alaafin Adeyemi, the third from the Alowodu Ruling House, died in the late hours of Friday, April 23rd at the Afe Babalola University Teaching Hospital, Ado Ekiti.

The remains of the top Yoruba traditional ruler were brought to Oyo in the early hours of Saturday, April 24 and traditional rites began.

He was 83 years old and the longest reigning Alaafin ever, having ruled for 52 years.

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Nigerian Couple Welcome Twins After 14 Years Of Waiting

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A Nigerian couple identified as Samuel and Joy Olorunfemi have been blessed with a set of twins, a boy and girl, in June, 2022, after waiting 14 years for the fruit of the womb.

Joy’s brother, Ohimai Abraham took to his social media page to share the good news and also share photos of the proud parents.

He captioned the post;

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“IT’S LIKE A DREAM. Where do I even start from? “This woman you see here is my immediate elder sister. She was married and trusting God for the fruit of the womb since 2008.”

It has been 14 solid years of trials, temptations, mockery, disappointment, weeping, crying and dispair.

Men thought they had the final say throughout these 14 years. But Yahweh who rememberd Sarah has proven to men that Him and Him alone have the final say. He proved Himself in our lives by settling my darling sister with a balanced set of twins (a boy and a girl).

Since the news of her delivery got to me since Sunday last week I have been so overjoyed that i couldn’t even think of what to write and post. Now, I fully understand the meaning of Psalm 126:1-3:

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“When the LORD turned again the captivity of Zion, we were like them that dream. Then was our mouth filled with laughter, and our tongue with singing: then said they among the heathen, The LORD hath done great things for them. The LORD hath done great things for us; whereof we are glad.”

Indeed, what God can not do does not and can not exist. I beg make una join shout two solid Hallelujah to Jesus Christ our Lord.

Double Congratulations to my personal people Mr & Mrs Joy Olorunfemi Samuel Olorunfemi aka Papa & Mama Twins.

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Chinese Father Breaks Down In Tears After Son He Tutored Daily For 1 Year Scored 6/100 On A Math Exam

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A Chinese father was reduced to tears after the son he tutored daily for one year scored 6 out of 100 on a math exam.

The father who resides in Zhengzhou, Henan Province, received his son’s exam result on Thursday, June 23, and was filled with disappointment after seeing his math score.

A video trending in the Chinese cyberspace shows the father weeping uncontrollably upon seeing that his son scored only six points out of 100 in Math.

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He could be seen crying in a bedroom and wiping his tears while his wife could be heard laughing in the background.

“I don’t care anymore, my efforts are wasted, let him struggle by himself!” the father was quoted as saying.

According to the child’s mother, her husband taught their son math for hours every single day for the past one year and his result really broke his heart.

She said he was mainly disappointed because their son has been failing consistently in school and has been scoring between 40-50 points in previous examinations.

In other news, a heartbreaking video circulating online shows the moment a businesswoman broke down in tears after opening a bale she bought and discovered that it was filled with rags.

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In the video, the distraught woman who sells second-hand clothes also known as Okrika, could be seen crying uncontrollably as she checked the clothes in the bale.

According to her, she borrowed the money used in buying the bale and now she’s left with nothing because she can’t sell the rags.

She is heard saying, “God wetin I go do? I no get husband, children dey for school, God where are you”.

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