History will judge the Buhari administration. — Bode George, 29 May: Yobe’s government releases 115 prisoners

Former Deputy National Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, weekend, x-rayed the outgoing administration of President Muhammadu Buhari and declared that he has not lived up to expectations. Continue Reading>>>>

The PDP leader, in a chat with select journalists at this Ikoyi office, also noted that in all sectors of the country, the Buhari administration has not impacted positively the lives of Nigerians.

His words: “My personal assessment is that he failed, not completely in every sector, but if you do an examination and say you must have a minimum of 33%, then you can go to the next class, but they did not attain that 33%.” Continue Reading>>>>

“I can give them maybe about 5%, even the 5% requires a lot of retrospection. The most important thing you must guarantee to your people, as a government, is the security of lives and property, who is safe now?”

So it is very very disheartening and heartbreaking that he failed in his number one job, which is to guarantee security of lives and property.”

Yobe govt frees 115 inmates
Yobe State Governor, Mai Mala Buni has granted pardon to 115 inmates serving various jail terms across correctional centres in the state.

This was disclosed by the Advisory Committee on Prerogative of Mercy and Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Legal Matters, Barrister Saleh Samanja, while presenting a report on strategies adopted by the Committee in selecting the benefiting inmates.

According to the Chairman, the Committee had visited correctional centers in Potiskum, Gashu’a and Nguru and came up with a listed of inmates to be freed.

The benefiting inmates are mostly those with minor offences who are serving lesser jail terms, as well those jailed with option of fine, among others.

“The inmates were very happy and they have assured us that with this act of benevolence and mercy extended to them, they will never go back to their bad ways”, he said.

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has urged the federal government to increase funding to the Nigeria police to enable it perform better.

Speaking during the inauguration of the Police Tactical Operations Centre in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area yesterday, Wike maintained that any government that cannot protect life and property, fight crime and make people live happily does not have any business in governance.

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