Sunday, 6 September 2015

Buhari-Osinbajo Diaspora Organization Hails FG’s 100 Days Achievement


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President Muhammadu Buhari

The Buhari-Osinbajo Diaspora Organisation Think Tank Group (BODOBTTG) in the United Kingdom has congratulated the new Nigerian leader President Muhammadu Buhari for keeping to the promises he made during his presentation at Chatham House, United Kingdom in February before the March 28th Presidential election as the President marks his 100days in office today.

BODOBTTG Vice, Dr. Dapo Williams with her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
In a release signed by executives of BODOBTTG and made available to Asabeafrika last evening, the group said “We remember clearly,  how on the 26th of February 2015 at Chatham House, you called the idea of 100 days in office for what it can be and clearly stated what you would rather focus on at the start of your presidency”.
VP, Professor Yemi Osinbajo
The group added that they were gladdened to note that President Buhari have kept every word of his statement adding that his leadership style has been about Nigerians and not 100 days.
The co-chair of the group in the United Kingdom, Dr Dapo Williams said President Buhari’s leadership style so far, has renewed their vigour to be more committed to their promise to support his administration when he hosted them in London. “The BODOBTTG, United Kingdom is solidly behind you and the new administration in your quest to ensure egalitarian governance in Nigeria for the delivery of the dividends of democracy to all. We are praying for you, thinking with you about Nigeria and staying focused with you even when detractors attempt to rewrite history whilst you are changing the now and the future of Nigeria”.
The group promised to continue in their support for the administration with policy ideas and advice at all times to achieve his manifesto and chart a new course for Nigeria and its people.

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100 Days Of Keeping The Promise You Made In London


Our Dear President Muhammadu Buhari, we at Buhari-Osinbajo Diaspora Organisation Think Tank Group (BTTG) in the UK remember clearly how on 26th February 2015 at Chatham House, you called the idea of 100 days in office for what it can be and clearly stated what you would rather focus on at the start of your presidency:
 “Just to go first to the ‘first 100 days’, some of it is fraudulent and I don’t want to participate in any fraud in any form. Nigerians know that we are in trouble as a people and as a country. When we get there we will quickly get correct intelligence of what is on the ground and inform Nigerians and just in line with what I have just read, we will make sure that misappropriation and misapplication of public resources will not be allowed. You would be surprised by how much savings we will realize. That saving will be ploughed back into development and this is what I can promise. But I would remove that ‘100 days’”

Many are hooked on the idea of 100 days but we at BTTG have had our eyes on what you actually promised Nigerians. Now, 100 days into what we hope will be an 8 year repair work, we are gladdened to note that you have kept every word of your statement: it has been about Nigerians and not 100 days!

“When we get there we will quickly get correct intelligence of what is on the ground and inform Nigerians…”
Nigerians now know that a few have shamelessly squandered our commonwealth of some 11 trillion naira.
Promise kept!

“We will make sure that the misappropriation and misapplication of public resources will not be allowed…”
·         Single account for all government earnings
·         No direct unbudgeted deductions
·         Unproductive items like pilgrimages are now a personal matter
Promise kept!

“That saving will be ploughed back into development and this is what I can promise…”
·         Increase in government earnings even with poor oil price
·         Power supply is stabilising with power supplied for longer hours
·         Dead refineries have resurrected
·         States are getting help to pay salaries for service delivery.
Promise kept!

Other achievements within the last 100 days are:
  • Security is slowly but surely returning to North East due to the reinvigoration of our Armed Forces by this administration.
  • Our economy is being restored through plugging of leaks and loopholes hitherto exploited by looters.
  • Increase in our foreign reserve.
  • Single Treasury Account.
  • EFCC and ICPC finally being alive to their responsibility.
  • The credibility of Nigeria being restored within the comity of nations.
  • The Presidential order to clean up Ogoni land etc.

The list of achievement is interminable.

Like we promised you when you hosted us in London, BTTG is solidly behind you and the new administration in your quest to ensure egalitarian governance in Nigeria for the delivery of the dividends of democracy to all. We are praying for you, thinking with you about Nigeria and staying focused with you even when detractors attempt to rewrite history whilst you are changing the now and the future of Nigeria. We will continue to support your administration with policy ideas and advice at all times to achieve your manifesto and chart a new course for our dear country Nigeria and its people.

Long Live PMB!
Long Live BTTG!!
Long Live Nigeria!!!

Sai Baba!

Signed on behalf of BODO(UK) by Dapo Williams, London.

Executive Members:

1.     Dr. Dapo Williams                     - Co-Chair – (Group Administration)
  1. Hajia Khalima K. Lamisila           - Co-Chair (Political Strategy)
  2. Chief Wale Kalejaiye                  - Chairman Board of Trustees (BOT)                  
4.     Barr. J.K Adebola                      - General Secretary
5.     Mrs Femi Alakija                        - Asst. General Secretary
6.     Prince Sanya Haastrup              - Financial Secretary
7.     Chief Olu Alakija                        - Director of Membership Development
  1. Prof. Stephen Kifordu               - Director of Policy
  2. Mr Mobolaji Lewis                     - Director Special Duties
  3. Mr Godwin Odusami                  - Director of Youth Development
  4. Mr David Ojeme                        - Director of Publicity
  5. Pastor Ike Ofoche                     - Director of Research and Dev. – Science & Tech.
  6. Lady Ifeoma                              - Director of Research  - Innovation and Investments
  7. Chief Yemi Longe                      - Director of Logistics and Consular liaison
  8. Chief Balogun                           - Financial Auditor
  9. Mr Lanre Adegun                       - Head of Media
  10. Lady Ayaba                              - Dir, Special duties -Women Dev. & Empowerment
  11. Mr Tokunbo Adejumo                - Director, Special Duties (Nigeria, South)
  12. Mr Olusanya Alakija                   - Regional Director(Nigeria, North)
  13. Barr. Adeyemi Bello                   - Legal Adviser
  14. Alhaji Sanni Garba                     - Trustee
  15. Hon Idaro Omoregie                  - Trustee





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