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Forward of the December 1 anticipated demo of the 2017 budget, President Muhammadu Buhari has promised that problems of budget padding would be addressed. Receiving in audience members of the Governance Support Group (GSG), led by Hon. Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, at State House, Abuja yesterday, the President also lamented the culture of electoral violence that has once again crept into the country’s political landscape and encouraged a quick alternative to it.

The President’s observation on the budget was in reaction to the controversies generated by the alleged padding of the 2016 budget resulting in the removal and subsequent suspension of the Chairman of the House of Representatives Appropriation Committee, Abdulmuminu Jibrin.

Based on the President, "The distortions that occurred to Budget 2016, where series of amounts and rogue projects were injected into the financial record won’t occur to next year’s budget, President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed. "I 'm waiting for the 2017 Budget to be brought in Council to us.

Any hint of padding everywhere, I'll remove it." Buhari re iterated that he had been in government since 1975, variously as governor, petroleum minister, head of state, and Chairman of the Petroleum Trust Fund (PTF), "and never did naija.com breaking news I hear the word ‘padding’ till the 2016 Budget." He assured that such would never happen again under his watch. The President said the government stands by its tripod campaign promises of fighting corruption, restoring the economy, and securing the nation, but lamented that some individuals are blatantly turning blind eyes to prevailing realities in the nation.

They don’t desire to reflect on the problem by which we're, economically. They want to live the same way; they just need business as usual," he said. On violence that attend rerun elections in the country, President Buhari said: "I agonize within the elections in Kogi, Bayelsa and Rivers states.

We should have passed the phase in which people killed because of who inhabits specific offices, and are beheaded. If we can’t guarantee elections that are adequate , then we have no business being around. Edo State election was not bad, and I expect Ondo State election to not be worse." Talking on the anti-corruption cases before the courts, the President said he believed the cleansing now going on "will lead to a better judiciary. Nigerians will consider that we're serious." when individuals are sentenced

They can’t purchase all the grains picked this season, although Buhari equally told his guests the improvement being made in agriculture and exploitation of solid minerals "gives a lot of hope," including: "Our grains go up to Central African Republic, to Burkina Faso. And next season must be even better. We will concentrate on different products like palm oil, cocoa, and palm kernel, in addition to the grains. We can start exporting rice in 18 months, and we're getting pesticides and fertilizers in readiness for next year."

Speaking on behalf of members of GSG, Nwajiuba said the government had succeeded to a sizable extent on the security and anti-corruption fronts, adding that the group was positive the economy would soon experience a reversion, "as the authorities is working quite hard because focus." The group said the largest constituency of the President was the poor and lowly, and consequently recommended what it calls "a societal re armament of the poor."

Mr Rotimi Akeredolu, the APC governorship candidate in Saturday’s poll, on Saturday lamented the malfunctioning of some smart card readers deployed for the exercise.

After casting his vote, Akeredolu, who talked at his Owo home, also said INEC ought to have the devices are run by test before election day.

He said reports had indicated that a few of the devices were malfunctioning.

The APC candidate, nevertheless, said that his major concern was the commission ensuring fair, credible and free election.

The update naija news Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that PDP flagbearer, Eyitayo Jegede and his Alliance for Democracy counterpart, Wole Oke, had also complained concerning the malfunctioning card readers.

The card reader had also rejected Gov. Olusegun Mimiko’s thumbprint when he desired to vote at his Ward 7, Unit 20 Polling Unit in Ondo West Local Government Area.

But INEC Resident Electoral Commissioner Mr Segun Agbaje, in the state, said the commission has more than 250 spare smart card readers to replace those malfunctioning.

"I 've telephoned the Head of Department of ICT to get smart cards for areas with card challenges that were smart and quite soon they'll them.

Since it might be addressed within 10 to 20 minutes " Card reader isn't a major challenge; we've over 250 smart card readers http://naija latest news for exchange in case of malfunction,’’ Agbaje had said.

With voters no fewer than 1,280,580 Permanent Voter Cards were expected to vote in the election out of the 28 contestants.

although were voters 1,659,186 registered for the election, simply 378,606 amassed their PVCs.

Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, on Saturday, said the Government would transform technical and science instruction to fast track technological development in the nation.

Adamu said this in a message to the 12th combined convocation of Federal Polytechnic, Birnin Kebbi.

The minister, who had been represented by Dr Mas’ud Kazaure, Executive Secretary, National Board for Technical Education, said the government would likewise support researches for breakthroughs in most sectors of human endeavour.

Polytechnics charged to breed the essential professionals required in the nation to accellarate development in science and technology.

He explained that the polytechnics must also serve as centers for entreprenural education, to prepare the youths for self reliance.

The minister commended the polytechnic for the provision of critical infrastructure which will put the association in a vantage poistion to serve the state better.

Adamu warned students against indulging in problems inimical to their future, including cultism, assessment malpractice as well as other deviant forms.

In his remarks, Governor Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi advised the graduates to adopt agriculture as an alternative to waiting for white collar jobs.

He used the occasion to advocate the Academic Staff Union of Universities to amicably solve all issues it's with authorities.

Bagudu guaranteed that the state government would continue to pay the tuition and enrollment fees of indigent pupils from your state.

Before, Mr Sani Zuru, the Rector of the polytechnic said 6, 351 pupils graduated, out of which 238 had distinctions, 1, 338 454 obtained pass grades.

He recorded some of the challenges confronting the polytechnic to include inadequate manpower and funding, and called for support from private organisations.(NAN)

Mr Eyitayo Jegede, the PDP candidate in Saturday’s governorship election, has expressed satisfaction with all the voting and accreditation procedure.

He also called on the electorate to vote for the candidate of their naija.com breaking news choice.

While voting at his Unit 9 Ward 2, Gbogi/Isikan, Sacred Heart Primary School 1 in Akure South naija local news Government Area Jegede discussed.

He expressed satisfaction with the voting process, saying it was peaceful and orderly.

Jegede, nonetheless, encouraged INEC to undertake the challenge of flawed smart card readers in polling units.

"I 've discussed on the issues with card readers with the REC Ondo State at most polling components,’’ he added.

Also discussing, the governorship candidate of the Alliance for Democracy, lamented the malfunctioning of the card readers.

After he'd voted at his Igbo Ward III Polling Unit 005 Oke said this in an interview with newsmen.

"I am not easily frustrated, but it's embarrassing as a candidate that my hand could not be easily captured by the card reader ,’’ he said.

Oke noted that the electoral process in the state was not an ideal one.

The lates news naija Agency of Nigeria(NAN) reports that Oke voted at 9.17 a.m.

The AD nominee, nevertheless, said he was impressed together with the turnout of voters in Ilaje council place.

Mr Eyitayo Jegede, the PDP candidate in Saturday’s governorship election, has expressed satisfaction with all the voting and certification process.

He also called on the electorate to vote for the candidate of their choice.

Jegede discussed while voting at his Unit 9 Ward 2, Gbogi/Isikan, Sacred Heart Primary School 1 in Akure South Local Government Area.

He expressed satisfaction with the voting procedure, saying it was peaceful and orderly.

Jegede, however, urged INEC to handle the challenge of faulty smart card readers in polling units.

"I have discussed on the difficulties with card readers with the REC Ondo State at most polling components,’’ he added.

Also speaking, the governorship candidate of the Alliance for Democracy, lamented the malfunctioning of the card readers deployed by INEC.

After he previously voted at his Igbo Ward III Polling Unit 005 Oke said this in an interview with newsmen.

"I am not easily frustrated, but it really is embarrassing as a candidate that my hand could not be easily captured by the card reader he said.

Oke noted that the electoral process in the state was not a perfect one.

The News Agency of Nigeria(NAN) reports that Oke voted at 9.17 a.m.

The AD candidate, however, said he was impressed together with the turnout of voters in Ilaje council place.

Four persons were killed when unknown gunmen attacked Mile One Village in Tafan District, Kaduna State on Friday while several houses including the home of the village head were burnt.

A resident, who preferred anonymity, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Saturday in Kafanchan that the hoodlums launched an assault against the residents between 2 p.m. and 10p.m on Friday.

Dr Bege Katuka, the Interim Chairman of Jema’a local Government Area, supported the incident via telephone.

He said: "I merely left the affected village hardly 30 minutes past, I was there to assess the extent of damage.’’

Nevertheless, reports say the residents of the neighbouring villages of Gidan Waya, Ungwuan Ninzo and Ungwuan Kagoro have fled for concern with possible attacks.

NAN reports that Kaduna State College of Education, along with the hamlets, happen to be turned to ghost towns.

NAN also remembers that Pasakori Village which share borders with Mile One Village came under similar attack.

At last, the Nigeria Air Force (NAF) has confirmed that among the helicopters lately inherited in the Presidency had a mishap following a mission in Makurdi.

It was extensively reported on Thursday that among the helicopters crashed on a mission to give logistics while in Makurdi. All attempts to get official reply Ayodele Famuyiwa, from your NAF spokesman, proved abortive, as he answered calls to lines nor returned same.

President Muhammadu Buhari had through the office of the National Security Adviser (NSA) handed over two (2) Agusta 101 Westland Helicopters to the NAF from the Presidential fleet.

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Online security platform, PRNigeria, also represented in their own statement that even though its team worked tirelessly to get timely response to be issued by the NAF this belated rejoinder may still be beneficial to clear the air.

"The episode happened last week on the tarmac Logistics Group, Makurdi." Hence, as it is customary in circumstances as this, a seven-man board of officers, headed by Air Vice Marshal Emmanuel Anebi, has been set up to investigate the immediate and remote factors behind the occurrence. When its assignment is concluded by the Board, the statement said details of the investigation could be conveyed to people.

The release reads in part: "Contrary to the crash report, it is relevant to state that the mishap happened while the chopper was taxing following an effective mission.
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