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Rejoinder to the Rariya dispatch of 13/1/2019 – An example of desperation, Blackmail and defamation of Character



Rejoinder to the Rariya dispatch of 13/1/2019- An example of desperation, blackmail and defamation of character

The article on Rariya dated 13/1/2019 has been brought to the attention of the ruling all progressive Congress (ApC) National secretary and Yobe gubernatorial flag bearer Hon. Mai Mala Buni.

This is a sad example of a desperate opposition that we must endeavour from our public discourse.
We cannot have a hired thug putting up stories without cross checking and without credible basis, even in a constraint office like the national secretary who serves as the astute manager of people irrespective of tribe, religion, status, profession or political inclinations.

Buni’s reputations precedes him in all ramifications with a political profile that speaks volume.
Hon. Mai Mala Buni has and is always at the forefront, it is time to stop giving into cheap propaganda and blackmail and it is also time to stop following misleading political leaders. It is time to look at each other through the common thread of humanity disregarding all our religious and political differences, let us cultivate a habit that encourage peaceful mental relationship.

Buni’s political background prepared the future for him, above all, his cultivated habit of patience tolerance and sense of oneness. His charismatic style of all inclusive leadership and always with his ear to the ground. Believe you me, his doors are always open for visitation courtesy and consultations, lest a forget he is a photogenic and the trending photo going round on social media is one of the courtesy visit paid by the kannywood actress (Jamila Nagudu)

We also believe that this is part of the mischief intended to discredit Hon. Mai Mala Buni as it emerges as the only viable alternative to the opposition in Yobe and the coming general elections.

Hon. Mai Mala Buni’s mission is to accomplish Gov. Ibrahim Gaidam’s vision and his unfinished transformation agenda.

“I need to put the record straight point by point”

1) Hon. Mai Mala Buni is the ruling all progressive Congress (ApC) National secretary in a constraint position like the national secretary and always been a force for progress in the party.
2) Buni is known to be a grassroot and dogged politician who fought and grew politically with a political profile that speaks volume.
3) Hon. Mai Mala Buni is know and identified as astute manager of people irrespective of tribe, religion, status, profession or political inclinations.
4) Buni is also know to be charismatic leader who adopts an all inclusive style of leadership, he carries everyone along.
5) He is one among the leaders whose door is opened 24/7 to all as sundry.
6) He is also a photogenic that everyone what’s to take selfie with.
7) Hon. Mai Mala Buni’s reputations precedes him.
8) Buni is a crowd puller and a grassroot mobilizer that everyone wants to be on his side during political battles, he always remain a thorn in the flesh of his opposition.
These are some points among others.

I hope my rejoinder will be given the same publicity as your initial mischievous writeup

Haruna Yusuf Abuja For Hon Mai-Mala Buni

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Gov. Buni commends UN, others for humanitarian support in the state



Gov. Buni Commends UN, Others for Humanitarian Support In The State.

By Umar Aina – Damaturu

His Excellency, the Executive Governor of Yobe state, Hon. Mai Mala Buni ( Chiroman Gujba) has commended the united Nations organizations for helping to address the Humanitarian crisis in the state.

The governor spoke this morning in a special session with UN and members of the state executive council at the council chamber government House Damaturu.

Represented by his Deputy Hon. Idi Barde Gubana ( wazirin Fune) who appreciates the upsurge of Sympharty by local, National and international organizations, Agencies such as UNICEF, UNFPA, UNDP, WHO,UNHCR, and others for the support, concerns and kind gesture to the state and vulnerable groups.

The governor, appealed for the UN and other international organizations and development partners to scale up their activities to address humanitarian situation in the state.

During the special session with UN and members of the state executive council at the council chamber of government house Damaturu, the house leader, and commissioners of higher education, environment, Agriculture and natural resources, water resources, women Affairs, Basic and secondary education, Humanitarian affairs and disaster management as well as Home affairs information and culture had a useful discussion,.

In their separate contributions appealed for more fund to rehabilitated and reconstruct basic amenities and health care delivery to help them resume normal life.

Earlier in his presentation, the UN resident and Humanitarian coordinator in Nigeria Mr Edward Kallon, assured that united Nations organizations is poised to deepen its partnership with the state government and other stakeholders to help the state recover and rebuilt from devastation of Boko haram

The UN mission to yobe and other state in the north east is to support the state governments to address the Humanitarian crisis in the region.

We are visiting yobe state at a trying moment when our common Humanity has been severely affected by the COVID 19 pandemic with 56,017 total confirmed cases and 1,076 death in yobe state within the same period, he said.

Adding that between 2017 and 2019, the UN and partners mobilized over US$2.5 billion and provided Humanitarian assistance to 5.6 million people annually including food, water,sanitation, shelter, education and health assistance in northeast Nigeria.

In appreciation of UN Humanitarian support to yobe state, the governor has presented special gifts to the UN delegation.

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Mai Mala Buni charge Edo Electorates against violence




Mai Mala Buni Charge Edo Electorates Against Violence

By Daily Hint Abuja

The Governor of Yobe state and Chairman of the All Progressives Congress Caretaker/Extraordinary National convention committee Hon. Mai Mala Buni, has appealed to electorates in Edo state to support the conduct of peaceful election and avoid issues that are inimical to peace in the Saturday polls.

He said APC had earlier directed its supporters to shun violence and any activity that contravenes the provisions of the electoral law.

“I urge APC supporters including those from opposition parties to support the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to conduct a fair, credible and acceptable election.

“The people of Edo state should be allowed to elect a leader of their choice and, the people’s wish should be respected.

“We are optimistic that  the security agencies would check the excesses of trouble makers,    protect the electorates and their votes” Buni said.

According to the chairman, INEC had in the last few years made remarkable achievements in organizing  free, fair and credible elections.

“It should be supported and encouraged to improve on these achievements and that is how our democracy would grow, but not through violence.”

He urged party leaders to refrain from making inciting and inflammatory statements capable of breaching peace “as leaders, we should avoid statements capable of over heating the polity and creating tension. No responsible leadership should preach violence”.

Buni admonish the youth to resist those preaching violence, saying, “your future lies in a peaceful election and purposeful leadership, the advocates of violence do not wish you good and have no programmes for your future, you should therefore distance yourselves away from them”.

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BOSG to Employ 84 Doctors, 510 pharmacist, Nurses, Midwives



BOSG to Employ 84 Doctors, 510 Pharmacists, Nurses, Midwives

By Madu Mohammed, Maiduguri

Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno state has approved the recruitment of 594 of Nurses, doctors, pharmacists and other supporting medical staff in his efforts to ensure affordable and quality healthcare delivery in line with 10 point pact to the people of the state.

Briefing journalists at the end of a meeting held with the health officials at the Government House, Maiduguri,, Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno state said ‘ in order to provide affordable and quality health care delivery to the citizens of Borno state, the government has approved the recruitment of 365 nurses and mudwives. 50 percent of them are to be recruited retired and are to be recruited on contract basis and the other 50 percent are fresh graduates from school of Nursing”

Governor Zulum said his approval contained the recruitment of 84 medical doctors, 365 nurses and midwives, 45 pharmacists and 100 health technicians and other supportive staff, making 594 personnel being added to Borno’s healthcare sector.

The meeting had in attendance, the chairman Borno Assembly’s Committee on Health, Commissioner for Health, Dr. Salihu Kwayabura, Chairman, National Association of Nurses and Midwives, Umar M. Shettima, and heads of the State’s Health Management Board, Contributory Health Scheme, and Primary Healthcare Development Agency amongst other stakeholders.

The governor said the 84 medical doctors, were to be recruited on permanent basis, while some are being engaged on contract and sabbatical services or leave if absent, adding that the 45 pharmacists and 100 technicians and supportive staff he approved, would work in laboratories and other diagnostic sections as key components of the health sector.

He said the far reaching decision was , aimed at drastically increase the number of healthcare professionals across Borno State so as to bridge existing gaps in citizens-doctors and nurses ratio, and to eventually match the increase of hospitals and primary healthcare centres in the state, 51 of which were established by the administration.

Zulum also stated that approval has been given to the State College of Nursing and Midwifery to begin annual foundation programmes that will aim to admit 200 student nurses and midwives annually, stressing that the foundation will commence with initial 135 student nurses, with five drawn from each of Borno’s 27 local government areas.

The Governor said the State will however enter agreement with all students who will enjoy steady payment of allowances, that on graduation from colleges, they will not leave the State, until after working in the State’s health sector over a period of time, for which they will be paid like other workers.

He said that the State will soon embark on aggressive construction of new staff quarters for doctors, nurses and midwives, to encourage productivity.

Earlier, the Borno state commissioner for Health, Dr. Kwayabura, pledged the commitment of all stakeholders in the health sector to improved access to quality and affordable medical services in line with Governor Zulum’s 10 point agenda.

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