Breaking News : Isire Inaugurated as NSITF Chairman In Aso Rock

ABUJA – The Federal Government has inaugurated the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) Board in the Ministry Of Labour and Productivity, with Prince Austin Enajemo-Isire as Chairman and Mrs Ijeoma Okoronkwo as Secretary. It would be recalled that the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, has threatened to attack the Labour Minister, Dr Chris Ngige if he fails to Swear in Chief Frank Ovie Kokori as the chairman of the Board NLC, it was gathered had barricades entrance to the the private resident of the Minister to driver out their anger…

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Fmr Gov Uduaghan in-law, Amaju, 4 Others Arraigned In Court Over An Alleged $8.4m

President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick and four others have been charged to court by the Federal Government over alleged misappropriation of $8.4 million belonging to the federation. According to sources, the money was said to have been paid by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) to the NFF as appearance fees for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Amaju Pinnick, it was gathered was elected president of Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, in an alleged controversial  election conducted in Delta State while his brother in-law, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan…

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Workers Day: NGO Urges Governors To Pay New Minimum Wage For Sake Of National Peace

Comrade Sheriff Mulade, Coordinator of Centre for Peace and Environmental Justice yesterday appealed to governors across Nigeria to try and pay the new minimum wage for the sake of national unity and peace. Mulade who congratulated workers on May Day, urged all Nigerian Governors to pay the 30 thousand naira minimum wage which he said would go a long way to cushioning the untold hardship confronting Nigerian workers today. Mulade who is also the Secretary of Egbema and Gbaramatu Communities Development Foundation (EGCDF) commended Nigerian workers for their hard work,…

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Breaking :INEC Shifts Nigeria Polls to February 23, March 9, Give Reasons

BREAKING: INEC postpones Nigeria elections, announces new dates, gives reasons…. The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has postponed the February 16 presidential and National Assembly elections. The polls will now hold Saturday February 23. This was one of the decisions reached early Saturday morning in a meeting INEC chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu had with the 12 national commissioners in Abuja. Addressing the media, Yakubu explained that the shift was mainly due to logistics problems faced by the commission. “Following a careful review, the commission came to the conclusion that proceeding…

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CODAF urges FG, State govt to remodify environmental laws to monitor sand mining Niger/Delta region

By Uruemu Favour, Community Development Advocacy Foundation, CODAF, a Non-Governmental Organisation has urged the the federal government to step up monitoring strategies and enacts policies that will put an end to illegal and indiscriminate sand mining activities in the Niger Delta region. According to the Organization, illegal and indiscriminate sand mining in the Niger Delta region if not properly monitored would cause havoc in the nearest future. In a communique issued at the end of a one day town hall meeting, on Policy Dialogue Community Action Against Indiscriminate Sand Mining in…

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