The Nigerian Presidency Made A Statement That Buhari has broken many jinxes — GCFRNG. By Johnbosco Agbakwuru
The presidency, yesterday, said the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari has broken many jinxes since he boarded the ship in 2015.
According to the chairpersons, the latest product of such production is the increased profitability of the Nigerian oil company, NNPC, for the first time in the industry’s forty-four years.
A statement from Presidential Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, said that under President Buhari, who doubles as Minister of Petroleum, the oil industry declared the first profit. they received 287 billion naira. Such a thing has never happened before.
The statement said, “But that was not the only major demon damage during Buhari’s rule. They were numerous.”
Regarding policy and legislation, he said: “The Petroleum Production Bill signed the law in 2021, after almost two decades of operation. Its purpose is to amend the Petroleum Law beginning in 1969, as well as other laws and regulations.
Deep Offshore and Inland Basin, 2019, have been redesigned for the first time since 1993.
“More than $ 6 billion of the current debt is being cleared by the Buhari government, since 2016. More than $ 3 billion of debt (payments from the international oil industry) has been paid since.
“The Buhari government has taken care of the first underwater cycle in 20 years.
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“The Buhari government has launched the first National Social Investment program in local history. Today it is the largest public investment program in Africa and the largest in the world.
“The reintroduction of the federal budget in the January-December cycle, after more than a decade.
“The Nigerian Center for Disease Control, NCDC was established in 2011, and for the first seven years there was no official mandate of the National Assembly, until 2018 when President Buhari approved the NCDC law.
“Police Law in Nigeria, 2020: First Amendment to the Police Law since its enactment in 1943
- Nigeria Correctional Service Act, 2019, reverses the current prison rules, almost 50 years have passed.
“Financial services 2019 and 2020 – the first time when the government budget is accompanied by a budget and a budget, to support implementation.
“Exclusion of Piracy and Other Piracy Offenses (SPOMO), 2019: the first of its kind in the entire Gulf of Guinea, dedicated to litigation for water crimes.
“Police Trust Act, 2019: First Amendment Act to Support Police Funding
“CAMA, 2020 – the company’s first amendment to the Comprehensive Communications Act (CAMA) in 30 years
Discrimination against persons with disabilities (ban), 2018: another piece of legislation that has never been seen before in Nigeria.
“The Treasury Single Account (TSA) was launched in 2012, by President Buhari and distributed throughout the Government.”
In operation, the statement listed the Itakpe-Warri railway line, which began in 1987 but was abandoned for decades, and ended in 2020.
He added: “Completion of four standard railway projects between 2016 and 2021: Abuja-Kaduna Rail Line, Abuja Metro Line, Itakpe-Warri Rail Line and Lagos-Ibadan Rail Line.
“President Buhari was the first president to start and complete a railway project in the history of Nigeria (Lagos-Ibadan Rail).”
“The last NLNG train (Train 6) was completed in 2008. President Buhari has removed 7 train lines.
“Apapa-Oshodi-Oworonshoki Expressway, fully renovated for the first time since its construction in the late 1970s.
“Bodo-Bonny Bridges and Road: Houses were completed in 2017, after decades of planning, with three false start-ups.
“The much-anticipated Ogoni cruise began under Buhari’s rule. The Nigerian Navy this year (2021) acquired its first submarines (LST) in more than 40 years.
“The Nigerian Air Force has invested heavily in shipbuilding in a decade, under President Buhari, acquiring more than 22 new aircraft since 2016. The private sector the first and foremost quota provided by Deep Deep Port in Nigeria. history began under the administration of President Buhari.
“There is only one modular factory in the country before 2016. Since 2018, there has been a lot of construction or completion. Maritime University, Delta State, licensed by the NUC and operational in 2018.
“Completion, since 2016, of the twelve (12) Dam projects inherited in the country: Kashimbila Multipurpose Dam, Taraba; Ogwashi-Uku Multipurpose Dam, Delta; Adada Dam, Enugu; Sulma Earth Dam, Katsina; Gimi Earth Dam, Kaduna; Amla-Otukpo Dam, Benue; Amauzari Earth Dam, Imo; Ibiono-Ibom Earth Dam, Akwa Ibom; Gadau / Lafia Zigau Dam, Bauchi; Alajue Small Earth Dam, Osun; Camp
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“Completion of third (3) hydroelectric power project, accounting for more than 100MW of electricity in total: Gurara Hydropower Project, 30MW, Kaduna State – completed and approved by 2020; Kashimbila Hydropower Project, 40MW, Taraba, Hydropower Project., 40MW, Gombe.
“Completion, since 2016, of the seventh (7) Planetary and Water Supply Scheme inherited by the Government, including the Central Ogbia Regional Water Supply Project in Bayelsa State, Northern Ishan Regional Water Supply Project and Ojirami Direct Water Supply Scheme and Network Reticulation, both in Edo State; Sabke, Dutsi and Mashi Water Supply Project in Katsina State; Vom Water Supply Project in Mangu Regional Water Supply Scheme in Plateau State; Takum Water Supply Project in Taraba State; Gambaki / Chinade / Hardawa / Bulkachuwa Water grants in Bauchi State; Exploration of Imo State Water Supply Project; Ilobu Water Supply Plan and Osogbo Water Supply Plan; Osun Project; Idanre and Ondo State; Ofeme Water Supply Project in Abia State; Improve Water Supply in Ebonyi State; Gashua and Yobe State Water Supply Plan; Kwami Gadam and Bojude Water Supply Project in Gombe State; Saki Town Water Supply Project, Oyo State; and Treasury and Kazaure Corporation water in Katsina and Jigawa states respectively.
“NDDC HQ Complex, started in the Mid-1990s, completed in 2021; EFCC HQ Complex, Construction started in 2011, completed in 2018; and Onyeije Mausoleum, started in 1996, completed and commissioned in 2018.”