Showing posts with label Letter. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Letter. Show all posts

Friday, May 9, 2014

Letter of protest against maltreatment of Borno state govt officials by the presidency

Two journalists have written a letter of protest over what they describe as the "maltreatment and humiliation" of some Borno State officials when they were summoned to the State House by Pres. Jonathan on Saturday May 3rd and Sunday May 4th
Sahara Reporters obtained the protest letter signed by Bashir Shuwa and Aliyu Biu. Find it below...
“We the undersigned wish to register our total protest to the President, and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. President Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan over the degrading manner in which Borno State Government officials were chastised and reduced to nothing by the Presidency. Continue...

Friday, April 11, 2014

It's bad to read other people's mail – Putin's reaction on US reading EU leaders' letter

Russian President Vladimir Putin said during a meeting of the Russian Security Council that Washington's reaction to the letter that he sent to European leaders about the situation in Ukraine was strange. "It's bad to read other people's mail", Putin said. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said during the meeting that the State Department's official spokesperson said in what proved Washington's first reaction to Putin's letter that Russia should not politicize its gas deals with Ukraine and should adhere to market pricing.

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Jonathan Is Behind That Stupid Letter ––Iyabo Obasanjo Lambastes The Pres. of Nigeria.

In a bid to rubbish the person of President Olusegun Obasanjo, agents of the Presidency have been sponsoring several damaging adverts on the social media against him and we observed that they took it a step further by writing a sarcastic letter and fraudulently attributed it to his daughter, Iyabo.

Obasanjo exposed the bitter truth and the man helped made president decided to blackmail him?


Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Nigerian lady kills herself In Abuja after Sending Facebook Suicide Letter

The woman under consideration is identified as Asampete Fatima Usman, a graduate of the University of Maiduguri who lives and works in Abuja. Fatima hails from Hong city in Adamawa state. According to sources, depressed Fatima sent an apparent suicide letter to several friends on Facebook on the 1st of October 2013.  In the suicide note, Fatima informs friends of her intention of killing herself but her friends thought she was joking.
Continue after the break.

Saturday, September 14, 2013

See copy of Letter former EFCC Boss Waziri Seeking Obasanjo's Assistance For 2nd Term

A leaked government letter has cast a spotlight on the tensions between former EFCC boss, Mrs Farida Waziri and former President Olusegun Obasanjo recent face-off. Waziri wrote the letter to Obasanjo while in office as chairman of the EFCC begging him to compel President Goodluck Jonathan to reconfirm her for a second term as chairman of the EFCC. Unfortunately, President Goodluck Jonathan unexpectedly fired the head of Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Copy of Letter Former EFCC Boss Waziri wrote to OBJ

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Check out Dele Momodu's Trillion Naira Letter to President Jonathan

Your Excellency,
I’m compelled to write you again today since I don’t have any other form of access to deliver this to you.

Friday, September 6, 2013

My Trillion Naira Letter to President Jonathan – Dele Momodu

Your Excellency,
I’m compelled to write you again today since I don’t have any other form of access to deliver this to you.
I’m also not sure you read the other open letters I have written to you, especially ‘My Kobo Advise to Mr President’.
If you did I hope that you digested the content and pondered on them as I expected you would. My doubts are due to your continued actions.
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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Gov Suntai's letter to Taraba Assembly; Femi Falana demands police investigation

Senior lawyer and political activist, Femi Falana (SAN), yesterday sent a petition to the Inspector General of Police demanding a detailed investigation of the letter purportedly sent to the Taraba State House of Assembly by Governor Danbaba Suntai yesterday indicating he is ready to resume office.

Governor Suntai returned to Nigeria on Sunday after 10 months away receiving treatment and rehabilitation for serious brain injuries he received when an aircraft he was piloting crashed in October 2012.  Reports say he appeared bewildered and uncoordinated as he arrived, needing help and not speaking.
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Saturday, August 17, 2013

Dele Momodu's Advice / Open Letter To Governor Akpabio

Your Excellency, I find it necessary to write this open letter to you in order to let you know what I had always wanted to tell you as an admirer and keen watcher of your activities and commendable performance in the oil-rich State of Akwa Ibom. 

Let me confess that I was one of those who felt you were a media creation, all hype and gas, without any solid substance. Your hyperactive nature makes it natural for people to conclude that you are a noise-maker, attention-seeker and publicity-grabber.
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Sunday, July 28, 2013

Letter To President Jonathan - By Al-Mustapha

Your Excellency, I bring you good tidings. I want to thank you for this generous gesture of yours which has made it possible for me to breathe the air of freedom again, and to reunite with my family, especially my wife Hafsat, who had dwelt in her own prison throughout my incarceration.


Tuesday, January 29, 2013

MEND’s Jomo Gbomo Dismisses Alleged Threat Letter… To Issue Formal Statement On Okah, Others Trial S

In apparent reaction to the threat letter purportedly signed by one  Comrade Azizi on behalf of Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta, Jomo Gbomo, who is recognized in media circles as the spokesman for MEND, has dismissed Comrade Azazi as an impostor and disassociated his group from the statements allegedly credited to it.
See his response below:
Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta wishes to advise  Nigerians and the media to disregard the pathetic attempt at propaganda by a  so-called Comrade Azizi and his statements which are not authentic and  statements emanating from  MEND.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Adoyi Ali: Letter to the Best President in Africa, Goodluck Jonathan

"Dear Goodluck,
This letter must not go through all the orthodox protocols of signing and ‘counter’ signing for acknowledgment. It must not be signed by Doyin and Abati. I don’t need all that formality. I don’t want all that bureaucratic presidential arrangements. All I desire, is to see this letter before His Excellency. I don’t want Her Excellency around you when you hurriedly run through the pages of my letter. Yes, I know you can only flip through the pages because of some urgent National problems calling for your attention. I warn against having Her Excellency around because she may misquote me, even though I have decided to choose my grammar carefully in order not to confuse anyone around you.


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