Expect Breaking News: February 2022 news in Nigeria

Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in Nigeria with this Expect Breaking News for February! The latest news in Nigeria that you need to know are the following:

Nigerian lawmakers have finally passed a bill to create the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) and put a price on fake medical drugs in the country. A couple of days ago, a federal lawmaker from Kano state, Segun Osoba, said that the government is committed to the NHIS and that the Federal Ministry of Health is currently drafting a policy document. Also, the government will be making available free medication to children in the country. Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in Nigeria with this Expect Breaking News for February! The latest news in Nigeria that you need to know are the following:

2. Nigeria: ‘Save the Children’ closes in on emergency funding

The global charity ‘Save the Children’ has closed in on emergency funding to save thousands of lives in the world’s most vulnerable children. In Nigeria, the charity has already provided emergency assistance to help prevent and treat the spread of deadly diseases. Also, the charity is working to support children in Nigeria to live a healthy life. Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in Nigeria with this Expect Breaking News for February! The latest news in Nigeria that you need to know are the following:

3. Nigeria:

Buhari’s N100B claim is false: Group

A group of experts has condemned President Muhammadu Buhari’s claim that the N100 billion bribe paid to former President Goodluck Jonathan to secure his vote in the 2015 presidential election was recovered by the EFCC.

The group of experts, which included former Governors of Oyo, Osun, Ondo and Ekiti states, said the N100 billion claim is false and a lie.

They said that the money was paid to the former President as a bribe and not a kickback.

The group, which was led by Professor Emmanuel Okechukwu, also said the President should apologise to the nation for the lie.

Prof. Okechukwu said: “President Buhari has been caught lying. He has been caught lying in his N100 billion bribe claim. He should apologise to the nation.

“The money was not recovered by the EFCC. It was a bribe. It was a bribe and not a kickback. It was a bribe to secure the vote of the former President and not to enrich him.”

Prof. Okechukwu said:

“The President is using the lie to cover up his crimes and failures. He is using the lie to deceive Nigerians.”

The group, which included former Governors of Oyo, Osun, Ondo and Ekiti states, said the N100 billion claim is false and a lie.

They said that the money was paid to the former President as a bribe and not a kickback.

The group, which was led by Professor Emmanuel Okechukwu, also said the President should apologise to the nation for the lie.

Prof. Okechukwu said: “President Buhari has been caught lying. He has been caught lying in his N100 billion bribe claim. He should apologise to the nation.

“The money was not recovered by the EFCC. It was a bribe. It was a bribe and not a kickback. It was a bribe to secure the vote of the former President and not to enrich him.”

Prof. Okechukwu said: “The President is using the lie to cover up his crimes and failures. He is using the lie to deceive Nigerians.

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