YARADUA’S CABINET

January 28, 2010 at 12:51 am (Government, Leadership, Nation, Nigeria, People, Yaradua)

“Woe to that land whose King is a Babe” The present set of Leaders in Nigeria’s politics has given me the mission to define Leadership.
Leadership is the ability to guide, lead, direct or instruct people in the right way that they should go, takng into considetion what is best for the people.
In this case I will need you to play the Judge on whether Our Leaaders are doing that which is best for us (Nigerians) or following after there selfish desires.
What is your say on this present issues…
Below is an extract from Punch Nigeria.
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Cabinet declares Yar’Adua fit to continue in office
By Agency Reporter, Published: Wednesday, 27 Jan 2010

Yar’Adua

The Executive Council of the Federation today said that President Umaru Yar’Adua is not incapable of discharging his office.

But the Senate has directed Yar’Adua to transmit a letter to the National Assembly that he had proceeded on vacation.

The Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Justice Dan Abutu, on Friday gave the council 14 days to pass a resolution to determine the state of health of ailing President Umaru Yar‘Adua in line with Section 144 of the 1999 Constitution.

The President has been receiving treatment for a heart condition in a Saudi hospital for over 60 days.

Rising from a meeting today, however, the Executive Council, through the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Mr. Michael Aondoakaa, said that Yar’Adua was fit to continue in office, insisting that a medical treatment outside the country did not constitute incapacity.

The Senate during its session today directed the President to forward a letter to the National Assembly that he had proceeded on vacation in line with the Section 144 of the Constitution.

At this junction there seem to be more Questions than Answers, However I will keep you updated has events unfold.

Keep Nigeria in your Prayers, God Bless Nigeria, God Bless You.
Abraham Omotayo
meetomotayo@gmail.com
+2348082698889

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1 Comment

  1. Olajumoke said,

    I believe in Nigeria, i believe in u. Good job- keep it up

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