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Aviation Unions Begin Indefinite Strike

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Four aviation unions- National Union of Air Transport Employees , Air Transport Services Senior staff Association of Nigeria , Association of Nigeria Aviation professionals  and the national association of aircraft pilots and engineers have begun a nationwide indefinite strike today. The unions said they had to embark on the industrial …

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FG To Stop Ownership Of Gas Cylinders By Consumers

The federal government is coming up with a policy that will remove the ownership of liquefied petroleum gas otherwise known as cooking gas cylinders from consumers. It stated that the move would help deepen the use of LPG, popularly known as cooking gas, adding that the government had reached an …

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Nigeria Seeks US Help To Tackle Unemployment.

The Federal government has called on the United States to assist the country in tackling unemployment by upgrading the Skill Acquisition Centres already established in various parts of the country.  Assistant director press, ministry of labour and employment Rhoda Ilya, said the call was made when the permanent secretary, William …

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Withdraw Cruel NASS Media Guidelines – SERAP


Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has ordered the leadership and management of the National Assembly to immediately withdraw the cruel media accreditation guidelines or face legal action. The National Assembly leadership and management had in a letter issued the media accreditation guideline that would prevent journalists from covering the …

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Ijaw and Benin clash over land

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  Ijaw youth and half-naked women  pursued over 25 police officers and workers sent to build residential estates for the Oba of Benin at Gelegele-gbene. A community in Ovia North East Local Government Area,  Edo State, which has been in contention between the Ijaws and Binis in the state.  The …

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June 12 Day: Nigeria is Safe, Says Minister.

Minister of information, culture & tourism Alhaji Lai Mohammed has declared that Nigeria is safe and there is no cause for alarm in the upcoming inauguration of the second tenure of president Buhari. The declaration came despite uncovering an alleged plot to disrupt the inauguration of president  Muhammadu Buhari for …

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Journalists To Go Through Strict Accreditation – NASS

The National Assembly Management has made clear plans to introduce stringent accreditation measures for journalists covering both legislative chambers.  A reliable source made this information known before the meeting was held by management with leaders of both press corps of NASS.

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Reps End HND-B.Sc Discrimination

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The House of Representatives has passed a bill which abolished the existing dichotomy between Polytechnic Higher National Diploma and the Bachelor of Science degree awarded by the Nigerian universities.  The legislation, which was sponsored by Ali Isa and Edward Pwajok from Gombe and Plateau States respectively, was passed for second …

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Militants To Declare Niger Delta A Republic By June 1


A militant group, network of Niger Delta Republic fighters,  has threatened to declare a Niger Delta republic the first of next month. In a statement, the group said they were not happy with the situation in  Nigeria.  The statement by the director of information of the group Maxwell Dan alleged selective …

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Yam Association Urges FG To Sign Trade Agreement With EU


Yam Traders The National Association of Yam Farmers, Processors, and Marketers have begged the federal Government to sign trade agreements with European Union (EU) to secure duty-free yam export to Europe.  The association in line with the Technical Committee on Nigeria Yam Export Programme, made this known in a communique …

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