Saturday 19 March 2016

#AHNewsRecap: Absolute Hearts News Recap

In a bid to serve you with better and quality content, we have launched the Absolute Hearts News Recap. This series which will be done weekly is aimed at serving you with a repeat of Nigerian political news story that made major headlines during the week. The official social media hashtag fir the News Recap is #AHNewsRecap. Now let's get started:

On Sunday 13th March 2016 we reported the death of Felix Ibru, the first civilian governor to Delta State. He died after a brief illness. If you missed this story please click Felix Ibru, Delta First Civilian Governor Dies.

On Monday 14th March 2016 we reported the dismissal of the GM of the building agency of Lagos State by Governor Akinwunmi Ambode over the building collapse crisis at Lekki gardens.If you missed the story please visit > Governor Ambode Sacks Lagos Building Agency GM

On Tuesday 15th March 2016 we reported:
* The decision of the National assembly to publish its own budget.This was said by the president of the senate, Bukola Saraki. If you missed this story goto National Assembly to publish Its Own Budget
* This same day we reported the decision by NUC that students who want to study medicine might begin to spend 11 years in school. Full story at > Medical Students To Study For 11 Years 
* We also reported the appointment of a new SMEDAN Boss by President Buhari. The new boss's appointment took effect immediately it was announced.View full story, name and profile of the new boss at > SMEDAN Gets New Boss

On Wednesday 16th March 2016 we reported that the gender equality bill in the senate which was sponsored by the Senate Minority Whip will be redrafted and represented before the senate. This was said by Mr Bukola Saraki, President of the 8th National Assembly. If you missed click > Gender Equality Bill Will Be Represented Before The Senate.

On Friday 18th of March 2016 which was yesterday we reported:
* The failure of the National Assembly to pass the 2016 NationalBudget as promised.If you missed this article click > National Assembly Fails To Pass 2016 Budget.
* Same Friday we reported a shocker that Osun State ONLY got 6 million naira as from Federal Allocation.This has created and is still creating a fuss on twitter right now. It is being said that Governor Aregbesola ran the state into high debts. If you missed it click > SHOCKING But UNCONFIRMED: Osun Gets Just Six Million Naira As Federal Allocation For February 2016.

This is all for today, join nus again next week for another episode of #AHNewsRecap. Thank you for taking time out to listen.

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