JUST IN! Obasanjo, ‘Brace-up The Young’ renovate classrooms in Ilaro, Nigeria gets 60% France FDIs in West Africa – Envoy

Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s swearing in has been declared unstoppable and sacred by the Coalition of All Progressives Congress (APC) Support Groups.  Continue Reading>>>

Yesterday during the press conference in Abuja, the event’s convener, Niyi Adebayo, said just that, calling Tinubu “an unstoppable president-elect.”

According to him, Tinubu will become president in 2023. All of us contributed to Asiwaju’s campaign, and now we won’t let anyone who didn’t help him win power. We will play a significant role in his administration and have an effect on his government. Continue Reading>>>

“We the genuine support groups for Asiwaju,” the statement reads, “have now been subjected to intimidation and unwarranted humiliation by those who were initially against the emergency of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.”Since Asiwaju represents progressivism, all the support groups have fallen into the hands of people who are opposed to him being president. Some people were initially opposed, but after they lost the primary election, they regrouped and are now opposed to the persons in charge of all of our party’s support groups.

Obasanjo, ‘Brace-up The Young’ renovate classrooms in Ilaro

Brace-Up On Friday, May 19, the Young Foundation presented the administration of Ansar-ud-een Primary School in Sabo, Ilaro, Ogun State with a social impact project and two restored classrooms.

Attendees included school administration and teachers, representatives from the Local Government Education Authority, and teachers from Teach for Nigeria (TFN).At the ceremony, Brace-up The Young’s founder, Obasanjo Fajemirokun, spoke about the organization’s goal of renovating 60 classrooms at 20 low-income community schools around Nigeria, providing education to more than 200 pupils.

Obasanjo emphasized the need for pleasant classroom settings for all students. He decried the fact that some children have to attend classes in makeshift buildings without proper ventilation or protection from the elements. He advocated that all kids, regardless of their socioeconomic status or their school’s location, have access to a safe, healthy, and environmentally friendly learning environment. Teachers are more inspired to do their jobs well and have access to the resources they need to help their pupils learn when they work in an environment that is favorable to that end.

Nigeria gets 60% France FDIs in West Africa – Envoy

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The Consul General of France in Lagos, Ms Laurence Monmayrant, has said that Nigeria attracts 60 per cent of Foreign Direct Investments coming into West Africa from France.

This was disclosed during the closing-gong ceremony for the Franco-Nigerian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in honour of the French Consul General in Lagos on Tuesday, which was held at the Nigerian Exchange Limited.

Monmayrant said, “We are very interested in the work because the stock exchange is a catalyst of attracting investments to Nigeria and this is really something we are working on also. Currently, the Franco-Nigerian chamber has over 400 members, and among them, are 100 French companies. Nigerian companies with a strong interest in France and this is really our job to foster these economic ties between France and Nigeria.

“France may not be the first country (that comes to) mind when it comes to business and investments in Nigeria but we have made a lot of progress and achievements. Our President, Emmanuel Macron, values the relationship with Nigeria. We have nearly $10bn invested from French companies in Nigeria and have grown over the last few years. Nigeria currently attracts 60 per cent of French Foreign Direct Investments in West Africa.”

Julius Abure Remains Labour Party Chairman, NLC Maintains

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The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has again passed a vote of confidence on Julius Abure, maintaining he is the National Chairman of the Labour Party (LP).

While the LP has been recently embroiled in a leadership crisis, the President of the NLC Joe Ajaero insists that Abure is the party’s chairman.

The NLC chief was speaking while featuring on Channels Television’s Politics Today.

“Well, Julius Abure remains the national chairman of the Labour Party. Nobody has conducted any convention,” he said Tuesday.

“There is no meeting nor NEC meeting called which NLC as trustees has attended where any officer has been removed.

According to him, a convention will soon be held to elect new leaders.

“So, any distraction for people to perpetuate themselves in office is not acceptable to us. That is where we are and it is the position as of today,” he said.

“You can’t just wake up and say you have removed leaders. It is not acceptable to us! We should know but it does not mean leaders cannot be removed. Leaders can be removed any moment.

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