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Bukola Saraki
Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, Senate President and Chairman of Nigeria’s 8th National Assembly. Committed to Transparency and Accountability.
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Bukola Saraki 8h
Our work continues. With your support, our message and vision for a will be heard and felt around the world.
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Replying to @RepChrisSmith
Meeting with Congressman .
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Bukola Saraki Jan 17
Just arrived at Washington Dulles International Airport, U.S.A with Alhaji Abubakar.
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Atiku Abubakar Jan 17
Just arrived Washington D.C for meeting with US government officials, Nigerians living in D.C metropolis and the business community. -AA
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Atiku Abubakar Jan 16
This industry is a rapidly growing industry and is virtually driven by our own young men and women which means it reflects the ingenuity of millions of young Nigerians. Today, my candidature, our focus, is focused on the youth.
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Bukola Saraki Jan 16
Replying to @bukolasaraki
To those of us who are contesting, let us remember that our biggest offer is to serve. Ultimately, the Nigerian people have a right to choose who will represent them at all levels. It is not a do or die affair.
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Bukola Saraki Jan 16
Replying to @bukolasaraki
To all Nigerians, I say this: we must have a country after the elections. We still have to live among ourselves when the polls have closed and the elections are over. The rhetoric leading up to the elections must be mindful of the need for moderation.
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Bukola Saraki Jan 16
Replying to @bukolasaraki
Looking ahead to the General Elections, I wish all contestants and aspirants luck in the forthcoming elections, including those here among us. I enjoin us all to bear in mind that it should be a contest of ideas.
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Bukola Saraki Jan 16
Replying to @bukolasaraki
The integrity of the constitution must be preserved at all times; and service to the people in a unified country should be our ultimate goal in all that we do as legislators.
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Bukola Saraki Jan 16
Replying to @bukolasaraki
Everyone in the political value chain should therefore do nothing that could raise tensions in the country. Nigerians are looking up to leaders who will douse flames that have the potential to threaten the peace and wellbeing of our country.
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Bukola Saraki Jan 16
Replying to @bukolasaraki
I wish to lay emphasis on the role of the Judiciary in promoting justice and bringing respect to the country. If the Judiciary is violated or eroded or otherwise brought to ill repute, so do the values attached to its role in a democracy.
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Bukola Saraki Jan 16
Replying to @bukolasaraki
Expectations of the Executive are also palpable, particularly with regard to the need to uphold the Constitution and its tenets, especially as they guarantee the minimum basic requirement of Separation of Powers; the unity of the country and the welfare of the citizens.
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Bukola Saraki Jan 16
Replying to @bukolasaraki
Nigerians want to see leaders who will not succumb to the partisan instinct in lawmaking. They want to see leaders who will help reduce the tension in the polity by contributing to an atmosphere of moderate and measured political conversations.
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Bukola Saraki Jan 16
Replying to @bukolasaraki
The 2019 Elections are just over a month away, and the expectations of Nigerians as the dates draw near, is that we continue to serve as the representatives they voted for. In our work in this chamber, we are expected to rise above the partisan paradigm.
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Bukola Saraki Jan 16
Replying to @bukolasaraki
The legacy of the 8th Senate will be written in the legislative footprints that we leave. Therefore, we must ensure that we continue to address issues affecting Nigerians such as unemployment, lack of economic opportunities and insecurity.
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Bukola Saraki Jan 16
Replying to @bukolasaraki
This is an epoch making Senate that had, by the end of 2018, passed an unprecedented 257 bills, many of which are groundbreaking enough to change the game to meet the needs of Nigerians, with the potential to radically transform their lives for the better.
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Bukola Saraki Jan 16
The New Year has met our countrymen and women in an anticipatory mood. Spirits are high, because in this year 2019, Nigeria has a date with destiny. But we also know that despite all of this, the work of leadership must go on; governance must not suffer.
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The Senate President Jan 16
: Welcome Back Speech by the Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, to Senators on Resumption from the 2018 End-of-Year Recess. January 16th, 2019.
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The Senate President Jan 15
President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has decried the gruesome killing of dozens of Nigerians by bandits in Sokoto State and called on security agencies to immediately secure the area and apprehend the perpetrators.
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The Senate President Jan 15
Pictures of the Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, from .
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