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A daughter of the late Chief MKO Abiola, Mrs. Lola Abiola-Edewor, on Wednesday urged President Muhammadu Buhari to do his best to address security challengA daughter of the late Chief MKO Abiola, Mrs. Lola Abiola-Edewor, on Wednesday urged President Muhammadu Buhari to do his best to address security challeng

June 12: Abiola's daughter makes fresh demand from Buhari - Daily Post Nigeria

“The proposal by @MBuhari to name the National Stadium in Abuja after Chief MKO Abiola is commendable and generous. Those of us from the SW and indeed all June 12th and NADECO fighters and veterans from all over the country shall never forget this act of kindness and compassion.”

Femi Fani-Kayode on Twitter: "The proposal by @MBuhari to name the National Stadium in Abuja after Chief MKO Abiola is commendable and generous. Those of us from the SW and indeed all June 12th and NADECO fighters and veterans from all over the country shall never forget this act of kindness and compassion."

“Not a single ex Nigerian President or Head of State turned up for @MBuhari's June 12 celebration and rightly so. Would Abiola have inaugurated a government that is so one sided where the head of every arm of government and intelligence/law enforcement agency is a NORTHERN MUSLIM?”

Reno Omokri on Twitter: "Not a single ex Nigerian President or Head of State turned up for @MBuhari's June 12 celebration and rightly so. Would Abiola have inaugurated a government that is so one sided where the head of every arm of government and intelligence/law enforcement agency is a NORTHERN MUSLIM?"

“In 1993,Col Abubakar Dangiwa Umar (Rtd) played a key role in convincing Buhari and Adamu Chiroma to support the struggle for the revalidation of Abiola’s June 12 Mandate.”

Senator Shehu Sani on Twitter: "In 1993,Col Abubakar Dangiwa Umar (Rtd) played a key role in convincing Buhari and Adamu Chiroma to support the struggle for the revalidation of Abiola’s June 12 Mandate."

“I see people knocking Buhari for naming the Abuja National Stadium after Abiola. I can’t! Since that stadium was built, expectations were that Obasanjo would do exactly that. Buhari gets my praise for this one. Now to renovate it and actually have it host our teams!”

JJ. Omojuwa on Twitter: "I see people knocking Buhari for naming the Abuja National Stadium after Abiola. I can’t! Since that stadium was built, expectations were that Obasanjo would do exactly that. Buhari gets my praise for this one. Now to renovate it and actually have it host our teams!"

"Throughout the last four years, I respected the independence of INEC. I ensured that INEC got all the resources it needed for independent and impartial management of elections in the country."Throughout the last four years, I respected the independence of INEC. I ensured that INEC got all the resources it needed for independent and impartial management of elections in the country.

For Four Years, I Respected INEC's Independence, Says Buhari | Sahara Reporters

Nigerian News - THE cat and mouse game between the Nigerian military and Boko Haram is not about to end. While there were reports last week that the murderous insurgents had once again overrun a military base and the group provided images of its onslaught against the military, the Nigerian Army downplayed the insurgents’ claim, saying it was mere propaganda. Propaganda is a potent weapon of war employed by different sides to give them advantage over their opponents. It is clear that the extremist Boko Haram has been resorting to propaganda in its war against the Nigerian state. But so has the Nigerian military as a whole to say nothing of the Army.Nigerian News - THE cat and mouse game between the Nigerian military and Boko Haram is not about to end. While there were reports last week that the murderous insurgents had once again overrun a military base and the group provided images of its onslaught against the military, the Nigerian Army downplayed the insurgents’ claim, saying it was mere propaganda. Propaganda is a potent weapon of war employed by different sides to give them advantage over their opponents. It is clear that the extremist Boko Haram has been resorting to propaganda in its war against the Nigerian state. But so has the Nigerian military as a whole to say nothing of the Army.

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