Pay Aviation Dues To Aviod Embarassment – FG Advises Airline Operators

The Federal Government has urged the Airline Operators in Nigeria to pay their dues to the aviation agencies promptly to avoid the embarrassment of...

In Defense of Aisha Yesufu – Moshood Isah

The co-convener of the Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) group, Aisha Yesufu, has been at the centre of the storm in the past few...

Open Letter to President Buhari on the Alleged Ganduje Videos, by...

Open Letter to President Buhari on the Alleged Ganduje Videos, by Audu Bulama Bukarti Dear President Muhammadu Buhari, Following your recent appearance on Kadaria Ahmed’s widely-televised...

Federal Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development sets up Committee...

The Federal Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development has set up an Inter- ministerial Committee to device ways of conserving energy in public...

Engineer Gabriel Amuchi Bows Out As MD/CEO Of FERMA

The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, of the Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA), Engr. Gabriel C. Amuchi, FNSE, bows out as the Agency’s Managing Director,...

AIG Wilfred Eje Obute Died at 59

The Nigeria Police Force regrets to announce the sudden death of one of its most dedicated officers, AIG Wilfred Eje Obute, mni who passed...

President Buhari Reaffirms Nigeria’s Support For Peace In The Middle East

President Muhammadu Buhari Tuesday in Abuja pledged that Nigeria will continue to support all efforts aimed at the peaceful resolution of the Middle East conflict. Speaking...

Labour Minister Rues Double Standards In Pension Administration

The Minister of Labour and Employment, Sen. Chris Ngige says the Federal Government will comply fully with section 173(3) of the constitution that makes review of pension compulsory every five years or at any increment of salaries . “The constitution is clear in section 173(3) on how pension should be administered. It is to be reviewed every five years or upon an increment in salary. A review was done in 2011 on minimum wage, and once the minimum wage is touched, it should automatically affect the pension,” said Sen. Ngige who received in audience, the leaders of the Association of Contributory Pensioners of Nigeria (ACPN) in Abuja today. ‘’Am not a believer in George Orwell’s Animal Kingdom where some animals are more equal than others. I do not believe in different yardstick for different persons. This is the law of nature and of creation. We are all created equal. It is just that some people are more privileged than others. Having put in the green part of your lives, serving the nation, nobody should discriminate against you. I don’t understand why in the same country, some pensioners are receiving full benefits while others are not. This is unconstitutional.”

Minister Restates Nigeria’s Commitment To Ease Of Doing Business

The Federal Government has restated its commitment to removing the bureaucratic and other impediments to registering new businesses as part of efforts to encourage...

A Visit to Prison Formations in Kirikiri, Lagos

A Visit to Prison Formations in Kirikiri, Lagos Let me begin by admitting the fact that before now, I had never been in Lagos. So,...

Minister Lai Mohammed’s N3.5m Fatwa

Minister Lai Mohammed's N3.5m Fatwa By Lasisi Olagunju Information minister, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has charm and candour. He is sharp with a brilliance competently spiced with...

Nigerian Military Assures Power Owners Of Safety Of Critical Infrastructure

The Chief, of Training and Operations Nigerian Army Headquarters, has assured Distributing Companies (DISCO’s), Generating Companies (GENCO’s) and Transmission Companies of Nigeria (TCN) that...

FG To Commission International Terminal In South East-Hadi Sirika

The Minister of state, Aviation,  Senator Hadi Sirika has said that the International Terminal being built in the South East will be commissioned next...

Dalung Reiterates Commitment To Grassroots Sports Development

A call has been made to all Sports Federations in Nigeria to embrace “catch-them-young principle” as deliberate policy of grassroots Sports development. The call was...

NDIC Rewards Best Students in Deposit Insurance

The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) has presented prize awards to three deserving students of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria for their outstanding performance in “Fundamentals of Deposit Insurance” course recently introduced into the university. The three best students who scored 75%, 70% and 67% in the 300 Level first semester examination on “Fundamentals of Deposit Insurance” course were presented with the NDIC’s prize awards of N200,000.00, N150,000.00 and N100, 000.00 respectively.

Still on Security for 2019 General Elections

Still on Security for 2019 General Elections By Zayyan Usman Gwandu It is gladdening to note the commitment of the Federal Government towards the provision of...

Presidential Civil Service Merit Award-Ngige Extols Staff

The Honourable Minister of Labour and Employment, Sen. Chris Ngige has extoled the virtues of three staff of the Federal Ministry of Labour and...

2015 World Breastfeeding Week

Breast milk is widely acknowledged as the most complete form of nutrition for infants, with a range of benefits for health, growth, immunity and...

DEPOWA Builds Centre for Widows of Military Men

In another development, the Defence and Police Officers’ Wives Association (DEPOWA)  has built a Skills Acquisition Centre in support of the widows of fallen...

Health Reform foundation collaborates with PACFAH

The Health Reform Foundation of Nigeria (HERFON), an organization advocacy for child and family health under the aegis of Partnership for Advocacy in Child...

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