https://www.westafricanpilotnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/NLC-Ngige-and-Labour-07-25-1280x720.jpg

The Federal Government through the Minister of Labour and Employment threatened to replace striking resident doctors if they did not resume work by Monday. The Minister made the threat on Friday evening while speaking on Channels Television’s Politics Today. He posited that an employer has the right to replace an employee who abandons their duties, most importantly, as it related to essential services. “He will also withdraw your money and use it to pay those...

https://www.westafricanpilotnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Flora-Alatan-Delta-State-Commissioner-of-Women-Affairs_file-1280x720.jpg

ASABA — Mrs. Flora Alatan, Delta State Commissioner of Women Affairs, Community and Social Development, says government has embarked on leadership, skill acquisition, and mentorship programmes for women and the girl-child, to equip them with the needed life skills for decent livelihoods. Alatan, stated this during a one-day sensitisation workshop on ‘Rape and Gender-Based Sexual Violence and Violence Against Persons Prohibitions (VAPP) Law’, on Friday, in Asaba. She said that the essence of the programmes...

https://www.westafricanpilotnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/NUJ-Northeast-Adamawa-07-14-1280x720.jpg

YOLA — Members of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) Adamawa state council have decried the high cost of living being experienced by the citizenry and called on government and political leaders to address the issue. The members made their feelings Saturday during a congress meeting of the union noting that prices of foodstuffs are skyrocketing on a daily basis. They lamented that a bag of maize is now sold around N23, 000.00 while a...

https://www.westafricanpilotnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Kano-Gov-Ganduje-04-26-20-1280x720.jpg

Sabo Muhammad Ahmad, Principal of GSS Dambatta has been relieved from his position for violating its directives on the Eid-el-Kabir break for students. Education Commissioner, Kano State Muhammad Kiru, who approved the immediate removal of the principal said he failed to retain the 300 students writing NECO examinations in his school in breach of a circular to keep students in school throughout the period. “This action is a portrayal of laxity, betrayal of trust reposed in...

https://www.westafricanpilotnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/NUT-Taraba-redeploys-embattled-chairman-Julius_image-1280x720.jpg

JALINGO, (Taraba State) — The chairman, Taraba State chapter of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), Peter Julius has been tactically relieved of his position with the transfer from teaching line to administration. The decision of the government might not be unconnected with squabbles with the union leadership in the state which led to the closure of the State Secretariat of the union located along Donga road in Jalingo metropolis. The closure of the secretariat...

https://www.westafricanpilotnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Anambra-Airport-Architectural-Drawing_2-1280x720.jpg

AWKA — Anambra State House of Assembly today, under the Motion of Urgent Importance resolved that employment exercises conducted by the state government for prospective workers at the yet to be commissioned Anambra Airport be canceled, with immediate effect. The Anambra Airport expected to be commissioned soon, we gathered, have employees who are already undergoing training at the Golden Tulip, Agulu Lake Hotel, in Anambra State. The House of Assembly also resolved that employment into...

https://www.westafricanpilotnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/UNICAL-Prof.-Banku-Florence-ObiI_VC_Building_File-1280x720.jpg

CALABAR — The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Calabar, Prof. Florence Obi, has charged students of the institution to take entrepreneurial training seriously in order to be self-reliant after graduation. Obi gave the charge on Thursday in Calabar during a symposium organised by the Entrepreneurial Development Centre (EDC) to appraise students performance on skills acquisition. The event, which was held at the university’s International Conference Centre, had in attendance thousands of students from all the...

https://www.westafricanpilotnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Nigeria-Working-Doctors-1280x720.jpg

Twenty-two indigenes of Gombe State who read medical science from the state university as medical doctors have been employed and integrated into the state civil service. Dr. Habu Dahiru state commissioner for Health explained that the 22 fresh graduates of medicine and other related courses from Gombe University were immediately employed to ensure that there is no gap in the health sector. “The development is aimed at bridging the dearth of health workers, especially medical...

https://www.westafricanpilotnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Nigeria-National-Assembly-Press-07-02-20-1280x720.jpg

ABUJA — The Nigeria Senate has approved the total of N74,773,916 billion as the 2021 budget for the Nigeria Police Trust Fund. The Senate made the approval after the consideration of a report by the Joint Committee of the Senate and the House of Representatives on Police Affairs during plenary on Wednesday. The Chairman of the Senate Committee on Police Affairs, Dauda Halliru Jika, a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bauchi Central, in...

https://www.westafricanpilotnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/PenCom-National-Pension-Commission-Building-Logo_FILE-1280x720.jpg

Two-day training for 108 pension desk officers on online enrollment for retirement by prospective pensioners under the National Pension Commission (PenCom) has commenced in Gombe. Participants are drawn from the 54 Federal Government Ministries, Department, and Agencies (MDAs) in the North East. Declaring the workshop, Mr. Anyim Nyerere, Commissioner Technical, PenCom, said the workshop aimed at training the desk officers on how to guide the prospective retirees on the necessary procedures, including uploading their information....

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com