Today's Headlines: There Will Be Trouble If IPOB Insists On No Election - Ifeanyi Ubah; Ngige Begs Resident Doctors To End Strike.
There Will Be Trouble If IPOB Insists On No Election- Ubah. The candidate of the Young Progressives Party in the forthcoming Anambra State Governorship Election, Ifeanyi Ubah, says there will be trouble if the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra insists that the November 6, 2021 election won’t hold. Photo Credit: Punch Newspapers. Ubah, who represents Anambra South in the upper legislative chamber, made this known on Monday in an interview with BBC Pidgn. Recall that IPOB had threatened that no election
Doctors Strike: FG proposes N47bn hazard allowance The Federal Government has proposed N47 billion annually for payment of hazard allowances starting from 2022 budget. (Photos Credit: Vanguard) The Federal Government has also welcomed the suspension of the strike of the Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), which lasted for about 63 days.
The governorship seat is unarguably the most powerful position in a state. The Nigerian 1999 constitution as amended granted state governors enormous power. A state governor also enjoys immunity, just like the President of the country. A governor is the chief executive officer and chief security officer of a state.
You are lucky to have me as minister, Ngige tells striking doctors Chris Ngige has told former striking doctors that they are lucky to have him as the Minister of Labour and Employment, NAN reports. The minister said this as an assurance to the doctors that their demands were being met during a meeting with members of the Nigerian Medical Association and executive members of the National Association of Resident Doctors, on Wednesday, in Abuja.
Work and Employment Minister Chris Ngige has exposed the case in certain quarters that he declined to be the Trustees' Chairman of Senator Andy Uba Campaign Organization. The former Governor of Anambra State who is the current head of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the state, depicted the social media report as phony.
It's Now Fashionable For Politicians To Pose With Their Kids Graduating From Foreign Uni- Shehu Sani
On several occasions, Nigerian politicians have taken pictures with their children who graduated from different foreign universities. Based on that note, the former senator that represented the good people of Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone, Senator Shehu Sani decided to react. While reacting, the former lawmaker made it clear that it has become fashionable for Nigerian politicians to pose with their children who graduated from foreign universities.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities has spoken up to the federal government against the non-payment of the promised N30bn revitalization fund. Prof. Emmanuel Oshodeke, the ASUU President, made this known in an interview with The Punch on Sunday, he proceeded that the federal government has been in the habit of not fulfilling its promises.
Dr. Chris Ngige, the Minister of Labour and Employment, disclosed that N30bn revitalisation funds will be paid out to public universities. This was after a marathon mediation meeting between the Federal Government (FG) and Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). The meeting was convened to evaluate the level of implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by FG and ASUU in December 2020 and the agreement of the follow-up meeting held on the first week of August this year.
It is no longer news that the daughter of the Honourable Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige has graduated from the University of Lagos medical school. (Photo Credit - Linda Ikeji Blog) The outspoken politician and his wife, Evelyn attended the induction ceremony of their daughter at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital College of Medicine some days ago.
Today's Headlines: "Unemployment Can Wipe Out Nigeria" - Ngige, 2face Calls For 'Packaging' Of Pidgin English
Rising Unemployment Can Wipe Out Nigeria - Minister of Labour Chris Ngige, the Minister of Labour and Employment, has warned that the country's rising unemployment rate poses a threat. On Tuesday, he blamed this and a lack of education for the country's woes, saying that if they were not addressed, the country would be "totally wiped away."
Yesterday 11th September 2021, The graduate students of the faculty of medicine and surgery university of Lagos inducted today as a medical doctors. One of the inductees is Dr Azuka Marilyn Ngige the daughter of Dr Chris Ngige the Nigeria minister of labour and employment. This event took place at the great hall of Lagos state university teaching hospital (LUTH).
Senator Chris Ngige who is the minister of labour and employment has expressed displeasure over the killing of indigenes in Anambra and also the killing of Chike Akunyili. He was unhappy with the fact that the police had not fished out the perpetrators of the killers of Chike Akunyili.
Dr. Chris Ngige, the Minister of Labour and Employment, disclosed that N30bn revitalisation funds will be paid out to the public universities. This was after a marathon mediation meeting between the Federal Government (FG) and Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). The meeting was convened to evaluate the level of implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by FG and ASUU in December 2020 and the agreement of the follow-up meeting held on the first week of August this year.
Chris Ngige who is the minister of labour and employment has claimed that states have been paying doctors from Cuba, Pakistan and Egypt five times what they pay the Nigerian doctors, the minister criticized the act by states. According to the minister, such favoritism when given to foreign workers rather than Nigerian workers would do nothing but encourage division and disunity.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has implored the government of President Buhari to withdraw their children from foreign institutions into Nigerian institutions. The union is also calling on the National Assembly to prompt a law that will make public schools compulsory for children of all public office holders.
The Minister of Labour and Employment Dr. Chris Ngige, on Monday 20th of September, 2021 made an appeal in Abuja to the National Association of Residence Doctors to end their strike actions while negotiations continues. The Minister reacted to the court case filed by the Federal Government against striking doctors.
Today's Headlines: Why Nigerian Elites Including Me Are In Danger —Ngige, UGM Abduct Akwa Ibom Councillor
Insecurity: Why Nigerian elites including me are in danger — Ngige Chris Ngige, the Minister of Labour and Employment, has lamented that he and other Nigerian elites are in danger. Ngige said this is due to the level of insecurity in the country. The minister made the remark while urging employers of labour to provide decent jobs for workers in the country or face severe consequences.
Chris Ngige who is the minister of labour has condemned the assassination of the former Igwe (king) of Mkpunando Aguleri whose name is Chief Alex Edozieuno. The minister regarded the inhuman act as an unfortunate disaster. The minister urged the security agents in Nigeria to launch an investigation into the matter and find out the criminals who perpetrated the act bring them to book.
The Federal Government has proposed a N47 billion annual payment of hazard allowances for the Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors. Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige disclosed this yesterday in a meeting with NARD leadership led by Dr. Dare Godiya Ishaya. Photo credit: Twitter.
The Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, has expressed fears that he is in danger alongside other Nigerian elites as a result of the level of insecurity in the country. The minister made this claim at a meeting with leaders of the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN), and the National Pension Commission, PENCOM.