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Femi Adesina

19 Apr 2019
Reps Speakership Tussle: 95% APC Reps members agree to support Gbajabiamila - Femi Adesina
6 Apr 2018
Femi Adesina defends approval of $1bn military fund.
15 Jan 2018
Buhari not ruling out Nigeria's restructuring - Femi Adesina
15 Jan 2018
Femi Adesina says Buhari-led Govt is on course.
15 Jan 2018
Benue killings - FG is addressing issue - Femi Adesina
18 Dec 2017
President Buhari is an engaging leader - Femi Adesina
23 Aug 2017
Femi Adesina, the presidential spokesman, says President Muhammadu Buhari will complete the second Niger bridge and fix roads in the south-east.
22 Apr 2017
Investigative panel will release a report that is clearly unbiased - Femi Adesina
21 Apr 2017
SFG, DG NIA suspension - PDP just playing to the gallery - Femi Adesina
22 Feb 2017
I do not need to authenticate Buhari's health by speaking with him - Femi Adesina
6 Feb 2017
Femi Adesina Speaks On Buhari's health and extended leave.

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