Monthly Archives: November 2019

Read How Oba Akiolu, Governor Obaseki, and Others Escaped Thugs Attack At Oshiomole’s House

#news# Edo state governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, Oba Rilwan Akiolu of Lagos and the vice-chancellor of Edo state university Iyahmo, Dr. Aderemi Makonjiola, we’re attacked today by thugs at the house of the APC national chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomole. Governor Obaseki and others were said to have attended the maiden convocation ceremony of the Edo State University in Idaho, Estako

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Kiru/ Bebeji Election Nullified, Fresh Election To Be Conducted

#news# An Appeal Court sitting in Kaduna has ordered that the election of Kiru/ Bebeji federal constituency has to be freshly conducted. Reps Abdulmummini Jibrin who was earlier declared a winner in the February2019 election was challenged by his PDP running mate Aliyu Datti Yako. Justice Ajoke Adepoju who delivered the judgment said the elections conducted in Kiru and Bebeji

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Read As Government Moves To Shut Down Sub Standard Secondary Scools

#news# The federal government has initiated a scheme to tighten the noose on operators of substandard secondary schools in the country. Minister of State for Education Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba made this known in a statement signed by Ben Bem-Goong, deputy director and public relations unit of the ministry of education. He stressed that the National Secondary Education Commission, (NSEC) will foresee

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Fashola Pays Tribute to Johnson, Describes Him as an Illustrious Pioneer and a Man of Singular Vision

Originally posted on MyNewsBite:
Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, has expressed deep sadness and condoled with the government and people of Lagos State over the death of the first military governor of the state, Brig. Gen. Mobolaji Johnson. Fashola, who served as the 13th governor of Lagos State from 2007 to 2015, described Johnson as an illustrious pioneer,…

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Senate Urged Federal Government To Settle N400bn Pensions Fund

#news# The Chairman of the Senate committee on Pension Matters, Sen. Ibrahim Shekarau, has urged the Federal Government to pay the over N400 billion it is owing pensioners under the Contributory Pension Scheme. Shekarau made the call on Friday in Lokoja while assessing the ongoing data capturing and verification of Federal pensioners in the state by the Pension Transitional Arrangement

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