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The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), Kaduna State Council, has condemned the mass sack of workers in the state public service. The NLC was reacting to the sack of local government workers who are above 50 years and pegging the total number of staff in each local council at 50 workers. The state NLC Chairman, Mr. Ayuba Suleiman, made the condemnation at a press conference on Wednesday in Kaduna said the government has ordered the conversion...

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The third phase beneficiaries of the Presidential Amnesty Programme for Niger Delta ex-militants have appealed to the Federal Government to ensure the training of the remaining 8,000 delegates before rounding up the programme. The leader of the ex-agitators, Mr. Tonye Bobo, made the appeal at an advocacy visit to the Federated Correspondents Chapel on Friday in Yenagoa. He lauded the Interim Administrator of the Amnesty Office, retired Col Milland Dikio for his new approach to...

The non-teaching staff members of Anambra state schools and colleges have taken to the street to demand that government extends their age of retirement from 60 years to 65 years and from 35 years in service to 40 years in service, just as it was done for the teaching staff members of schools and colleges. The group also demanded the full implementation of the minimum wage, as well as payment of outstanding allowances and arias....

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Senate Committee on tertiary institutions and TETFUND on Monday commenced a two-day public hearing on bills to establish universities in Nigeria. The Committee will also interact with stakeholders on the proposed bill to get rid of discrimination against B.Sc and HND certificates as well. Senator Ahmad Babba Kaita, Chairman of the Committee, in his opening address, said, Senate was committed to the establishment of Universities in Nigeria for the purpose of even and equitable opportunities....

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In order to carry physically challenged persons in the scheme of things, Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa State has flagged off the training of one hundred and five physically challenged persons in various skills across the twenty-one local governments in the state. The training programme was organized by the Adamawa State Poverty Alleviation and Wealth Creation Agency, PAWECA in collaboration with the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Development. Declaring open the training programme at the...

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Kebbi State Government in conjunction with the Primary Healthcare Development Agency has commenced the first phase of training of Health workers involved in Covid-19 Vaccination. Declaring the training held at the Conference Hall, Ministry of Health, Gwadangaji, Secretariat, Birnin Kebbi, the Commissioner for Health and Chairman Kebbi State Taskforce on Covid-19, Alhaji Jafar Muhammad said the exercise was a prerequisite for the provision of Covid 19 vaccine by the Federal Government. “Kebbi State Government has...

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BENIN — The Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC), Benin Export Assistance Office, says it has trained over 60 women entrepreneurs in Edo on crisis management. Mr. Macpherson Fred-Ileogben, Head, Trade Promotion Adviser, NEPC, Benin Office, made this known while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Benin on Wednesday. Fred-Ileogben said the training which was held in February, was to enable women entrepreneurs to adjust and cope with the shocks that arose from...

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Governor Inuwa Yahaya of Gombe State has sacked three commissioners in a minor cabinet reshuffle. Similarly, six commissioners were redeployed to other ministries, while three persons were nominated by the governor for confirmation by the state House of Assembly as replacements of the sacked commissioners. Prof. Ibrahim Abubakar Njodi Secretary to the State Government announced the changes in a statement on Monday that said the reshufflement is with immediate effect. The statement read in part “in...

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50 persons living with disabilities in Enugu are currently undergoing five days of training on Information Technology at the Enugu State Tech Hub and Youth Innovation Center. The training which started on Monday, 1st day of March is an initiative of the Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy, implemented by the National Information Technology Development Agency, NITDA, in partnership with the Enugu State Government to empower persons living with disabilities, PLWDs, through IT entrepreneurship, policies,...

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Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa state has restated government commitment to boost the revenue base of the state. The Governor gave the assurance at the official commissioning of the hospitality centre, “Fombina Ambassadors Suites and Apartments” along Army Barracks Road in Jimeta-Yola. Fombina Ambassadors Suites and Apartments is owned by Adamawa businessman and politician, Barr. Aliyu Wakili Boya. “Government will continue to create an enabling environment for business to thrive; the edifice equipped with...

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