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Bukola Saraki
Abubakar Bukola Saraki, Senate President and Chairman of the 8th National Assembly, Federal Republic of Nigeria. Committed to Transparency and Accountability.
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Bukola Saraki retweeted
Igala_King 5h
Today, brought the message to Rivers State, the Treasure Base of the Nation. And it was very well received. Together, we can. Together, we shall
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Bukola Saraki 5h
Bayelsa, truly the Glory of Lands! A big thank you to the leaders and delegates of our great party for the stirring reception. I am encouraged that we all agree that with doggedness and determination, we can transform the lives of our citizens as we work together to .
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Bukola Saraki 6h
Congratulations on your re-election as President of . I wish you the very best as you continue to work towards improving the administration of the football federation and ensuring that Nigeria’s teams thrive at every level.
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Bukola Saraki retweeted
Grow Nigeria 12h
The leadership Nigerians deserve is one that will be a source of pride to all, one that will be respected and admired in Africa and around the world. A leaderhip that can hold its own and stand tall anywhere in the world.
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Bukola Saraki retweeted
Grow Nigeria Sep 19
Our children do not deserve to live in the poverty capital of the world. It is no longer an issue of how we got here, but how do we get out. Nigeria needs a leader who will lead the fight and employ every God-given resource in turning things around.
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Grow Nigeria Sep 19
Join the movement with Dr Abubakar to take Nigeria from stagnation to growth and prosperity for all.
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Bukola Saraki Sep 19
Thank you Osun, for your overwhelming support for our great party and its candidate for Governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke. Let’s keep this energy alive as you head to the polls on Saturday. Victory for PDP!
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Bukola Saraki retweeted
Grow Nigeria Sep 19
“The choice we face in the forthcoming election is either to keep things as they are, or make a radical departure from the old ways.” Dr Abubakar at a meeting with PDP delegates and executives in Osun State yesterday night.
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Bukola Saraki retweeted
Igala_King Sep 18
Chairman of the PDP Osun Campaign Council with Chief Deji Adeleke, 's father, in Ede, Osun State. Imole de!!!
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Bukola Saraki Sep 19
Thank you, to the great people of Osun State for your rousing reception to our message to . As I said to you all: “The choice we face in the forthcoming election is either to keep things as they are, or make a radical departure from the old ways.”
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Grow Nigeria Sep 18
Ibadan ki ni so? Dr Abubakar was in Oyo State today to share the message with PDP leaders and delegates in the state.
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Bukola Saraki Sep 18
I just finished meeting our PDP leaders and delegates in Oyo State. We discussed the fact that to , we need unity and peace to achieve progress — and this can only be achieved with deliberate and focused leadership.
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Bukola Saraki Sep 18
Replying to @bukolasaraki
I call on our brave servicemen and women on the frontlines to do all that they can to protect the aid workers on the ground and employ every God-given resource that is available to us to rescue Leah Sharibu and the abducted ICRC humanitarian workers.
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Bukola Saraki Sep 18
Replying to @ICRC
The continued abduction of the late Saifura’s colleagues, Hauwa and Alice, by the militants, alongside the captivity of the young Dapchi schoolgirl, Leah Sharibu, must end.
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Bukola Saraki Sep 18
Replying to @bukolasaraki
Such horrific actions must have no place in Nigeria. I join all Nigerians and the international community in condemning this killing in the strongest possible terms. Humanitarian workers who save lives are .
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Bukola Saraki Sep 18
Replying to @bukolasaraki
The killing of aid workers, who choose to go into troubled spots, both in Nigeria and around the world, represents a new low by the insurgents, as humanitarian workers are some of the most courageous and selfless people on the planet.
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Bukola Saraki Sep 18
My thoughts and prayers are with the family and loved ones of Saifura Hussaini Ahmed Khorsa — the young 25-year old female international aid worker who was abducted and killed by Boko Haram.
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Bukola Saraki retweeted
Grow Nigeria Sep 17
"We must create jobs and opportunities for all Nigerians. We must " was the message Dr Abubakar shared as he met with PDP leaders and delegates in Nigeria's centre of excellence, Lagos State today.
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Bukola Saraki Sep 17
Addressing PDP Delegates and Party leaders in Ogun State today, I let them know that as the world economy experiences rapid changes, Nigeria is not immune from its impact. This is why we need a President that can work with the private sector to and create jobs.
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Bukola Saraki retweeted
Grow Nigeria Sep 17
Dr Abubakar is now in the Centre of Excellence meeting with Lagos PDP delegates and party leaders. His message is simple; we must
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