This present administration may not be the best as far as some Nigerians are concerned but one thing stands them out, their willingness to bring many poor Nigerians out of poverty. This has been seen in many of their social investment scheme rolled out since the inception of this administration.
CCT Chairman Speaks Danladi Umar, chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), says he was attacked in Abuja by a mob that was “chanting secessionist and sectional slogan.” Umar told PRNigeria that the assault saga involving him at a popular plaza in the nation’s capital has left him traumatised and disappointed. The CCT chairman
CCT Chairman risks five year jail term over Biafra Boys comments- Falana : Human right lawyer Femi Falana said that the chairman of Code of Conduct risk five years jail term for "Biafra Boys" comments Recall that the imam was spotted in a video allegedly harassing a security guard in Abuja
Few days ago, the Chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal trended all over social media, for bad reasons.
News Headlines: CCT chairman reveals how he knew angry mobs were Biafrans, Amotekun officers arrest kidnappers in Ondo
Here are some news that made Headlines in some Newspaper 1.Amotekun Arrest two Kidnappers in Ondo State The rate of Kidnapping in the South Western part of the country, is becoming too much.
A Nigerian man has shared his contacting story after he was captured by Code of Conduct Tribunal, Danladi Umar.Peter Onyuike, a telephone repairer was captured and confined wrongfully by the police on the requests of Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) Chairman, Danladi Umar.
The embattled spokesperson of the Code of conduct tribunal who also doubles as the Head, Press, and Public Relations of the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), Ibraheem Al-Hassan has been recalled from the services of the tribunal.This was confirmed via a statement from the Register of the tribunal, Abdumalik Shaibu who confirmed that the former info chief had handed over all documents pertaining to the office to the registrar.
Today's Headlines: Security Guard Assaulted By CCT Chairman Petitions NHRC, Army Seeks Media Support
The security guard assaulted by the Chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), Danladi Umar, Clement Sagwak few days ago has petitioned the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), asking for a probe into the matter.Recall on March 29, 2021 a disturbing video which has gone viral on internet Umar was seen in the clip assaulting the man middle aged man.
The Federal Government led by President Muhammadu Buhari is working tirelessly in making sure his administration lifts 100 Million Nigerians out of poverty. One of the ways President Muhammadu Buhari is using to achieve this is through the payment of N20,000 stipend to each of over 74,000 beneficiaries in Kogi State, under its Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) of the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP).
Information reaching our news desk now has it that the embattled Chairman of Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), Danladi Umar claimed that, he was the victim of the attack by the people who chanted "secessionist and sectional slogans," as against widely circulated video clip online. Recall, that a short video clip
Following the recent incident of justice Umar, the code of conduct Tribunal chairman was caught on camera assaulting a young security guard in a plaza in Abuja over a parking space.
Today's Headlines: ESN Kills 4 Hausa Traders In Imo, Nigeria's Situation Doesn't Represent Buhari -Bakare
Here are today's trending news CCT CHAIRMAN SPEAKS Chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), Danladi Umar said he was attacked by mobs in Abuja.However, these mobs were chanting secessionist and sectional slogan.
Spokesman Takes The Fall, As He Has Been Fired For Releasing An Unauthorised Statement For CCT Boss.
Weeks after the Chairman Code of Conduct Tribunal CCT, Danladi Umar was filmed assaulting a security guard at Bannex plaza Abuja.The Spokesman for the tribunal, Mr Ibraheem Alhassan who released the statement, following the incident has been fired and replaced on the basis of making grammatical blunders in defense of his boss, the chairman of the CCT.
According to reports from SaharaReporters, a video was seen where Umar was caught punching a security guard due to a disagreement between them on the plaza's parking space.
Ever since last week Sunday, March 30, Chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), Danladi Umar has been heavily critisized for physically assaulting a security guard over a parking space at the Banex Plaza, Wuse 2, Abuja.
[20 April, 2021] You’re undermining our security’ — FG tackles UK on plan to grant IPOB members asylum The federal government says the plan of the UK to grant asylum to “persecuted” members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) undermines Nigeria’s security.
Today's Headline: Senate Probe CCT Chairman, Chadian Military Picks Idriss Deby's Son As Replacement
In today's headline, am going to share with you, Senate probe CCT chairman, Chadian Military picks Idriss Debys son as his replacement, 19 children and others rescue from human trafficking and fuel scarcity hits Abuja.Senate probe CCT chairman Recall that the chairman of CCT, Umar Danladi was caught on camera physically assaulting a security guard over parking space, which the chairman allegedly said that it was some members of IPOB members that first started throwing stone on him, due to public outcry the Senate decide to probe him.
News reaching us has shown that the Spokesman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal, Ibraheem Alhassan, has been called back to his head office, the Federal Ministry of Information as a disciplinary measure.The Punch Newspapers gathered that the recall may not be unconnected with the controversial statement he issued on behalf of his boss, Danladi Umar over the alleged physical assault in a shopping mall at Banex Plaza, Wuse 2, Abuja recently between the CCT Chairman and a security guard.
The northern youths had noticed that the CCT Chairman who had assalted a security guard was left unpunished and even still standing.This was a big blow to them as they had stated.
The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has filed a lawsuit asking the Federal High Court in Lagos to compel President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration to publicize details N729 billion payments to 24.3 million Nigerians. The authorities announced in January that more than 7 million poor citizens had benefited from the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT).