Here are today's trending News SENATOR AGO SPEAKS According to the Senator Ayo Akinyelure, representing Ondo Central at the National Assembly, have blamed President Buhari for the situation of things in the country.
The Senate has just passed a bill seeking to abolish the dichotomy between higher national diploma (HND) and bachelor degree holders in the country. According to reports, the bill, sponsored by Sen. Ayo Akinyelure, passed the third reading on the floor of the Senate at Plenary.
Senate probes COVID-19 victim, FUTO ex-lecturer over failed student’s petition The Senate Committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petition has ordered the management of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, to submit original examination scripts of a former student, Mr Phillip Otobha, and the marking scheme used to grade the scripts.
Nigerian Law Makers at the upper Chamber, has reiterated in their recent Plenary session earlier today, that graduates from the country's higher institutions must not be hired as casual workers again.
The Senate has praised the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) and Pastor Enoch Adeboye, its General Overseer, for repairing the Ife-Ifewara Road at a cost of N188 million. The Senate has also ordered Messrs. Cartil Construction Nigeria Limited, which abandoned the project after collecting the mobilization fee, to return N140 million.
Here are the major breaking news in Nigeria this morning, from top Nigerian Newspapers. Senate probes fresh multi-billion naira fraud in NDDC. The Senate said it had received fresh fraud allegations against the management of the Niger Delta Development Commission. The red chamber said the new financial infractions were not captured in the list of the allegation of N40bn reckless spending which a whistle-blower brought against the NDDC to the parliament recently. The Senate said the fresh probe would be handled
For a long time now, issues of agitation and insecuriy have been on the rise.Many people have come out openly and made it known that they are no longer interested in anything called Nigeria.
The Nigeria senate under the committee on Ethics and Privileges has asked the Nigerian Customs Service to lift confiscation on bags of rice taken from the trader shops in a market at Ojaaba, Ibadan, Oyo State in the southwestern part of the country.The members of the Nigeria Customs Service took to the market and taken away bags of rice from trader shops amount to eight truck loads as well as money found in those shops.
The Nigerian Senate on Wednesday, 2 June, 2021 passed a bill to erase discrimination between holders of Higher National Diploma (HND), and Bachelor of Science (BSc). The bill passed its third reading after the Chairman of the Committee on Tertiary Institutions, Ahmad Kaita, presented its report and about six clauses which was voted on by the senators.
As the battle of leadership in S/West PDP continues, the Senator representing Ondo Central, Ayo Akinyelure, visited the former governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, at his residence in Lagos, to show his support for Dr. Eddy Olafeso. Eddy has just been elevated to Vice-President of the People's Democratic Party (South-West) by the former governor of Ekiti State. Akinyelure's support for Fayose' comes after Senator Nicholas Tofowomo, representing Ondo South District at the National Assembly, led a delegation
Today's Headlines: Zamfara To Spend N200million On Repentant Bandits, President Buhari Mourns Lawyer
Senate Begins Work On Bill To Prohibit Casual Jobs For Graduates In Nigeria The Senate, on Thursday, considered a bill seeking to stop employers in the private and public sectors from engaging employable Nigerian graduates as casual workers.
Mrs Tokunbo Lijadu-Oyemade, the ECOWAS Commission's former director of administration who was dismissed by the commission 17 years ago, has been ordered by the Senate to be reinstated immediately.Senator Ayo Akinyelure, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Ethics, Privileges, and Public Petition, issued the directive while ruling on Lijadu-petition Oyemade's before his panel.
The Senate Committee on Public Petition, Ethics and Privileges, issued an arrest order on the management of the Niger Delta Commission (NDDC) over fraudulent acts regarding palliatives meant for the needy during global crises and #EndSars campaign.
The senate on Thursday, considered a bill seeking to stop employers in the private and public sectors from engaging employable Nigerian graduates as casual workers.
A Representative of the Ondo Central Senatorial District At the House of Senate, Ayo Akinyelure has expressed disgust over the unbecoming way banks push their female workers into harlotry.
The Nigerian Senate has yesterday summoned the nine Niger Delta Governors to appear before it, to clarify issues on the N6.25 billion Covid19 Palliative funds allegedly spent by the NDDC.
At the National Assembly on Thursday, Senator Ayo Akinyelure said, casualisation of Nigerian graduates in the Nigerian labour market had become a subject of great concern, as more workers continued to groan under this immoral strategy of cutting cost by employers, rendering them inferior to their counterpart in other countries
A bill was presented before the Senate on Thursday by seeking to stop employers in the private and public sectors from engaging employable Nigerian graduates as casual workers.The bill, Titled: The Prohibition of Casualisation Bill 2020, was sponsored by Senator Ayo Akinyelure.
Female marketers are indirectly being turned into sexual slaves and harlots in a bid to meet up with unrealistic deposit targets and keep their jobs.