Dialogue With Govt Has Failed: Cross River Magistrates Protest Non-Payment Of Salaries

  No fewer than 30 Cross River State magistrates have protested against non-payment of their 24 months salaries at the governor’s office in Calabar. Chief Magistrate, Court of Odukpani, Safiya Ashipu, who protested along with her two sons and 29 other magistrates on Tuesday carried placards bearing different inscriptions. The magistrates, including 11 from Obudu, … Continue reading Dialogue With Govt Has Failed: Cross River Magistrates Protest Non-Payment Of Salaries

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DSS Not Currently Recruiting

  The Department of State Services (DSS) says it is not currently carrying out any recruitment exercise. According to a statement by the agency’s Public Relations Officer, Peter Afunanya, Ph.D, the clarification became necessary to debunk various false messages by “fraudsters to scam unsuspecting job seekers or their sponsors”. “The public should note that recruitment … Continue reading DSS Not Currently Recruiting

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WAFU B: Amoo Confirms Eaglets Readiness To Battle Cote D’ Ivoire

  Five-time world champions, Nigeria and Cote d’Ivoire will file out for the first match of Group B at the West African Football Union (WAFU) B Tournament on Wednesday evening with both teams hoping to secure maximum points at Lome’s Stade Municipal. With Group B having only three teams, with each team playing only two … Continue reading WAFU B: Amoo Confirms Eaglets Readiness To Battle Cote D’ Ivoire

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Electricity Hike Another Betrayal Of Trust, Says Labour Union

    The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria on Tuesday said it is disappointed by the recent hike in electricity tariffs approved by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission. According to a statement signed by TUC President, Comrade Quadri A. Olaleye, the hike was effected despite negotiations still ongoing with organised labour over the last increase … Continue reading Electricity Hike Another Betrayal Of Trust, Says Labour Union

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Electricity Hike Another Betrayal Of Trust, Says Labour Union

    The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria on Tuesday said it is disappointed by the recent hike in electricity tariffs approved by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission. According to a statement signed by TUC President, Comrade Quadri A. Olaleye, the hike was effected despite negotiations still ongoing with organised labour over the last increase … Continue reading Electricity Hike Another Betrayal Of Trust, Says Labour Union

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It Is Only President Buhari That Can Halt 774,000 Jobs Scheme

The Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, has said that members of the House of Representatives have no powers to halt the Federal Government’s public works programme.

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BREAKING: Court Convicts Former Bank MD, Three Others Over ₦18bn Theft

  The Lagos High Court sitting in Ikeja has convicted a former Managing Director of Finbank plc, Okey Nwosu and three other directors of the bank. Justice Lateefat Okunnu convicted the four for stealing over ₦18 billion from the bank In her judgment delivered on Tuesday, the court sentenced three of the convicts to a … Continue reading BREAKING: Court Convicts Former Bank MD, Three Others Over ₦18bn Theft

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COVID-19: Lagos Govt Arraigns 65 For Violating Midnight Curfew

  The Lagos State Government has arraigned 65 offenders at the Special Offences (Mobile) Court for violating the midnight curfew imposed on residents of the state to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the state. In a statement issued on Tuesday by the  Head, Public Affairs Unit of Lagos State Task Force, Adebayo … Continue reading COVID-19: Lagos Govt Arraigns 65 For Violating Midnight Curfew

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Six Killed, Nine Injured In Lagos-Ibadan Expressway Crash

  Six persons have been confirmed dead while nine others sustained various degrees of injuries on Tuesday in an accident involving a  truck and a Toyota bus around car park C on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway. The Ogun State Sector Commander of the Federal Roads Safety Corps (FRSC), Ahmed Umar, confirmed the incident to journalists in … Continue reading Six Killed, Nine Injured In Lagos-Ibadan Expressway Crash

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No Sustainable Development Without Adequate Infrastructure, Says Buhari At China Meeting

  Sustainable development is impossible when a country is struggling with severe infrastructural deficits, President Muhammadu Buhari has said. The President made the remark on Tuesday when he received Mr Wang Yi, the State Councillor and Foreign Minister of China, at the Presidential Villa in Abuja. “We thank China for its support to us in … Continue reading No Sustainable Development Without Adequate Infrastructure, Says Buhari At China Meeting

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