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NAFDAC workers fume, begin 7-day working strike

The union is demanding for the payment of promotion arrears for 2018 and 2019 promotions owed their members (NAFDAC Staff).

Poor Power Supply: Minister apologises for outages across Nigeria

the Jebba Power Plant was shut down for annual maintenance while seven other integrated Power plants, namely Geregu, Sepele, Omotosho, Gbarain, Omuku, Paras, and Alaoji are experiencing gas constraints while the Shiroro plant has water management problems.

Courts remain shut as JUSUN strike continues, National Assembly plan talks with govs

“We want to appeal to (Nigeria) Governors’ Forum to engage with JUSUN and make sure that the constitution is complied with; to make sure that we have financial autonomy not only for the state legislatures but equally for the judiciary at the state level.”

Gov Zulum hints on Chibok girls return

“As a father of all sons and daughters of Borno, I haven’t lost hope that our remaining Chibok schoolgirls and other abducted persons will be safely recovered.”

FUTO gets new Vice-Chancellor

Professor Oti will be the 8th substantive Vice-Chancellor of the FUTO if confirmed.

NAFDAC intercepts truck conveying unwholesome, banned medicines, vaccines

There is no longer a hiding place for them if they fail to stop the illicit business of circulating dangerous medicinal products that are capable of compromising the health of the Nigerian public.”

Gov Bello mourns demise of Igala born, former military administrator of Ondo, Oyo

Governor Bello expressed that the late highly decorated Military officer was an astute administrator who during his time as Administrator in Ondo and Oyo between 1994 – 1998 gave a good account of himself and made striking and notable initiatives in these two south west states.

24-hour curfew declared in Gombe as 15 killed in communal clashes

“You can see the level of damage; here in Hemen seven people have died, and in Nyuwar, eight people died, totalling 15 people.

Doctors’ strike: Reps summon Finance Minister, as Gbajabiamila visits hospitals

We will do everything we need to do to see how we can capture that. We are inviting the Finance Minister next week so that we can talk and see how, as best as we can, accommodate all these issues and cement the Memorandum of Action.’’

Bauchi Hisbah to repatriate sex workers from other states, marry off indigenes

“They are not comfortable with their current situation. That’s why we are going to sit down with them, identify the natives and non-natives among them with a view to rescuing them and those who are not indigenes, we will liase with their governments to see that they are taken back home and rehabilitated,”

Insurgency: Japan donates $2.3m infrastructure fund to Borno, North East commission

The project which is implemented by the UNOPS is primarily aimed at scaling up oxygen supply and expand vaccine storage capacity in 139 healthcare centers and nine hospitals across Borno State.

Male student of Plateau State University shot, 4 other female colleagues kidnapped

gunmen invaded student settlements outside the University campus at about 11 pm local time, on Monday night, when they also shot one Male student, after kidnapping the four female students

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Fuel subsidy rises to N500bn, NNPC rules out price hike

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Repentant militants, kidnappers become pastors

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