Posts Tagged ‘Foreign Affairs’

Making Military Reform and Civilian Oversight a Reality in Nigeria

by Ikokwu Ikembaon August 13, 2019
Nigeria returned to democracy in 1999, after two long periods of military rule—1966–79 and 1983–98—during which the military wielded executive, legislative, and judicial power. This has left a historical legacy of a powerful military used to doing whatever it wants with no questions asked. On return to democracy, it also left the country with a […]

Nigeria-Morocco To Sign 15 Bilateral Agreements – Minister

by Breaking Timeson December 3, 2016
Nigeria and the Kingdom of Morocco are set to sign 15 agreements in various areas of cooperation, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr Geoffrey Onyeama has said. Confirming this to State House correspondents in Abuja on Friday, Onyeama said President Muhammadu Buhari and the Moroccan King, Mohammed VI would be witnesses to the signing. According […]

Excess Sleep Causes Buhari to Miss Appointment With Pope Francis

by Breaking Timeson March 28, 2016
By Yemi Adebowale President Muhammadu Buhari, worn out with travel fatigue and a series of UN meeting itineraries overslept and arrived late at a meeting with Pope Francis and was subsequently locked out, BREAKING TIMES can report. President Buhari who also missed a very important event on Boko Haram and internally displaced persons (IDPs) was denied […]