President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday received US Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson.Mr. Tillerson is on his first official trip to Affica. He had visited Ethiopia, Djibouti, Kenya and Chad. After falling ill in Kenya, Mr. Tillerson took a day...
Nigerian President Buhari receives in audience Minister of Mines and Steel Kayode Fayemi and Former Ekiti State Governor Otunba Niyi Adebayo in State House on 19th Jan 2018
Following massacres by Fulani herdsmen, Nigeria’s Buhari receives Benue delegation amid accusation of favoring Muslims and North
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday received Samuel Ortom, Governor of Benue State, following a massacre by Fulani herdsmen.Mr. Buhari, a Fulani himself, who has been accused of being a Muslim fundamentalist favoring the north and...
Bayo Omoboriowo is the Personal Photographer to the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari. A graduate of Pure and Applied Chemistry from the University of Lagos, Bayo believes the pictures he takes today are materials of communication for tomorrow. He says his unwavering passion for development influenced his involvement in the genre of photography he simply calls ‘Reality Photography’. An inspiration to young Nigerians, Bayo has trained many aspiring photographers and mentors several award winning photo artists. He has been part of various workshops, conferences and programmes where he has impacted countless numbers of lives using photography as a channel. He has won many awards, including Sundance Institute Short-film Challenge 2014, the MTN Afrinolly Short-film Competition 2013, and the Future Awards Creative Artist of the Year 2012. He is the author of Buhari: A New Beginning and Curator of Lagos: A City in Progress which was used in celebration of Lagos at 50 and is on his journey to his 3rd book project.
The goodwill of the First Lady of Nigeria, Dr. Mrs. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari was extended to flood victims in Niger state...
President Muhammadu Buhari has renewed the appointments of Chief Executive Officers of agencies under the Ministry of Petroleum Resources.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says $35 billion is needed to end the acute phase of COVID-19 pandemic in the world...
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