Buhari presides over FEC meeting

Buhari at FEC[Photo credit: www.newsflashngr.com]

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday presided over the meeting of Federal Executive Council (FEC) in the presidential villa, Abuja.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the meeting which was shifted from Wednesday, started at about 11 a.m.

It is being attended by the Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, acting Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Habiba Lawal, and cabinet ministers.

NAN gathered that the 2018 budget might be the sole agenda to be deliberated upon at the meeting.



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  • forestgee

    Well, grass cutter and Maina cases will never be discussed. It is against the laws of Feudalism. ONLY a few people are enjoying one Nigeria.

    • Al

      People like you also enjoy freedom of speech, like you just did

      • Otile

        Is he writing from Buhari’s one Nigeria? Where can he get data to write and enjoy freedom of speech?


    What an irony!!! That the Parasite in chief and the greatest security threat of Nigeria and its constituent countries – Mohammadu Buhari, is the one who ‘presides’ over the so called Federal Executive (FEC) meeting where security issues of highest relevance ought to be discussed. Interestingly so, Nigerians are used to having the critically ill prescribe drugs for self and other patients. This is exactly what FEC represents. Its sick members and the presiding member are very sick people…many of whom are on the departure lounge of mother earth by virtue of the natural age or terminal ailment or both. Sadly, it is this band of unthinking scallywags devoid of strategic foresight or vision who chart the course of a Nigeria that has 78.5% of its population under 50…RESTRUCTURING – Regionalism, Outright secession or Confederation is the only approach that will guarantee peace. AND each of the approaches above MUST guarantee a ROTATIONAL PRESIDENCY among the 6 geo political zones. This is the minimum requirement for co-existence. Nothing less will be acceptable to the wealth owners and providers.

  • James

    Will all these Mumus now tell Nigerians who stole the Ikoyi money – $43m? Will nobody be sent to jail? Nobody will be in handcuffs?

  • Rollingdollar

    Mr Corruption presides over FEC meeting!

  • emmanuel

    I am beginning to conclude that this man is not Buhari. Look at the fingers of the man, they look fresher than his facial looks. I suspect some skin grafting was carried out on a look alike who is younger than Buhari.
    The deposition of this man since the return from the 103 sojourn has exposed a confused person who carry out choreographed scripts when he comes out.
    I need a thorough investigation this issue. There is a missing link somewhere.
    However, i wish to state that Buhari presiding over the FEC is like having the head of a criminal gang seat over the affairs of responsible and crooked people.

    • aisha ani

      I don’t see any fingers.

  • emmanuel

    Was the two Prado jeep discussed too? Aisa of Halliburton graft scam is at it again.
    She is a specialist in criminal conspiracies.