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186 Nigerians to receive National Honours
| June 30, 2010
Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan has approved the list of Nigerians that are to receive the National Honours Award. The National Honours Award Committee announced that 186 people are to be conferred with the awards but no one would receive the Grand Commander of the Federal Republic (GCFR), Nigeria's highest national honour, which is reserved for serving heads of state. The breakdown of awardees for each honour are:- - Grand Commander of the Order of the Niger (GCON) - 3 awardees - Commander of the Federal Republic (CFR) - 13 awardees - Commander of the Order of the Niger (CON) - 27 awardees - Officer of the Federal Republic (OFR) - 43 awardees - Officer of the Order of Niger (OON) - 46 awardees - Member Federal Republic (MFR) - 22 awardees - Member Order of the Niger (MON) award - 25 awardees - Federal Republic Medal - 7 awardees Joseph Wayas, the Senate President in the Second Republic, Rear Admiral Mike Akhigbe, Chief of General Staff, and Justice Aloysius Katsina-Alu, the Chief Justice of the Federation are to receive the Grand Commander of the Order of the Niger (GCON) award, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, ex-Finance Minister; Hon Patricia Etteh, an ex-Speaker of the House of Representatives; Hon Ghali Umar Na’Abba, an ex-Speaker of the House of Representatives; and Chief Mike Oghiadhome, Chief of Staff to President are to receive the Commander of the Federal Republic (CFR) honour. Some awardees for the Commander of the Order of the Niger (CON) honour are; - Alhaji Balarabe Musa, - Alhaji Lateef Jakande - ex-governor of Lagos state, - Bukola Saraki - Governor of Kwara State, - Brig. Gen David Bamgboye - first military governor of Kwara State - Dr Sam Egwu - former minister of Education - Chief Felix Ibru - ex-governor of Delta State - Prof Tam David-West - ex-minister of Petroleum - Prof Ben Nwabueze - Constitutional lawyer - Prof Barth Nnaji - Special Adviser on Power Awardees for the Officer of the Federal Republic (OFR) honour include; - Odein Ajumogobia - Minister of Foreign Affairsand his counterpart, - Jubril Martins-Kuye - Minister of Commerce and Industry The date for the awards event has not been announced.

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Pastor Commander Samyoung Onwuzulike    Washington, DC, USA    July 22, 2010
Beloved Nigerians, Mr President hold your peace.

Mother Christ the Mother of Nigeria, and Africa brought you to be the president of Nigeria, not those men you want to give award. The award the true Nigerians want from you is honesty.

Ask yourself a question, why giving award to some Nigerians should be my main agenda this time? You have yam, you have knife. Cut the yam, and give to hungry Nigerians to eat, not award. Christ told you to feed His Sheep, Lambs, and People. (John 21:15-17)

Choose major project like road building, among all states. Provide cooking kerosine for families at cheaper price. Try as you can to improve energy supply in all states.

Do, all you know that is right, Mother Christ will turn the heart of Nigerians to vote for you. If you wants to be a praise singer for Nigerians rather than to be their president, you will leave Aso Rock with shame.

Wake up Mr President, the angels of Mother Christ are waiting for you. They are ready to help you in all things. Only be strong as a leader. Call, they will answer you.
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