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Today's Headlines: Buhari Vows To Make Citizens Smile, Jega Faults Leadership Recruitment Process

Buhari vows to make citizens smile, talks tough on budget, security President Muhammadu Buhari has renewed the determination of his administration to uplift the quality of life of Nigerians through aggressive implementation of humane and gender responsive budget as well as security measures to check criminal activities in the country.

  1 year ago ago
Today's Headlines: Buhari Vows To Make Citizens Smile, Jega Faults Leadership Recruitment Process

EDUCATION

Bursars not IPPIS are responsible for payment delay of Federal Tertiary Institutions Workers Salary

The consistent delay in payment of tertiary institutions workers salary precisely from February where salary was paid for the month on March 13th while March salary has not been paid despite the present lockdown experienced due to the coronavirus pandemic the government is making effort to curtail. University administrators and their contemporaries in Polytechnics and Colleges of Education over the years has been saddled with the responsibility of paying workers salary which has been marred with double dedu

  2 years ago ago
Bursars not IPPIS are responsible for payment delay of Federal Tertiary Institutions Workers Salary

COVID

COVID-19: Tension Grips Civil Servants As FG Orders Them To Undergo Compulsory Test

Mrs. Foladade Yemi-Esan Due a circular issued on Friday by the Federal Government to all Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), directing all civil servants to submit themselves to undergo COVID-19 tests, tensions have gripped many civil servants already. Many civil servants have been reacting to the circular which the Head of Service of the Federation (HSF), Mrs. Foladade Yemi-Esan addressed to all the Permanent Secretaries and Heads of Agencies respectively, Some civil servants considered the development

  2 years ago ago
COVID-19: Tension Grips Civil Servants As FG Orders Them To Undergo Compulsory Test

POLITICS

Meet The Three Wise Men In Delta Governor's Cabinet Who Will Make Him Succeed

No doubt, in every government, there are people who drive the system and themain thrust of the vision, policies and programmes. There are key individuals in any leadership sphere and officers who believes in the agenda of the leader. In politics, or government system, certain Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), are key to delivering on the mandate of the government of the day in ensuring that the government succeeds. In Delta State for instance, the governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa, a grassroot m

  2 years ago ago
Meet The Three Wise Men In Delta Governor's Cabinet Who Will Make Him Succeed

POLITICS

JUST IN: Breaking News In Nigeria This Afternoon, August 15, 2020

JUST IN: FG begins process to lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty. The federal government has inaugurated an Inter-Ministerial Technical Expert Committee to work out the modalities of lifting 100 million Nigerians out of poverty. The team will develop a framework of cooperation for all stakeholders’ special intervention under a public-private partnership. Ministry of Special Duties and Intergovernmental Affairs spokesperson, Julie Osagie Jacobs, said this in a statement at the weekend. Other terms of

  2 years ago ago
JUST IN: Breaking News In Nigeria This Afternoon, August 15, 2020

POLITICS

FG begins to process to lift 100 millions Nigerians out of Poverty

The federal government has inaugurated an Inter-Ministerial Technical Expert Committee to work out the modalities of lifting 100 million Nigerians out of poverty. The team will develop a framework of cooperation for all stakeholders’ special intervention under a public-private partnership. Ministry of Special Duties and Intergovernmental Affairs spokesperson, Julie Osagie Jacobs, said this in a statement at the weekend. Other terms of reference include the preparation of a template for coordination of inter-governmental

  2 years ago ago
FG begins to process to lift 100 millions Nigerians out of Poverty

POLITICS

N-Power Batch A&B eligible beneficiaries to work in Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs).

This article would support registered power beneficiaries of batch A and batch B N. This article is for you if you know that you belong to this group. On Thursday Umar sadiya Farouq, Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Devastating Disaster Management and Social Development. The Agency aims to integrate Batch A and B qualifying power recipients into ministries and other departments and agencies to permanently function after payments. Qualified recipients of N-Power Batch A&B are expected to secure the Fedral government

  2 years ago ago
N-Power Batch A&B eligible beneficiaries to work in Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs).

ECONOMY-FINANCE

We must Downsize Due To The Changing Economy- Gov. Diri

The blinking and waning economy of Nigeria orchestrated by the coronavirus pandemicis a serious cause for concern to governments all over the world, at this critical point of human history. To that end, the governor of Bayelsa State of Nigeria, Senator Douye Diri had yesterday held an expanded stakeholders meeting with all Heads of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) in the state, were he briefed them on the state government proposed downsizing and merging of MDAs in the state, to save cost of runni

  2 years ago ago
We must Downsize Due To The Changing Economy- Gov. Diri

POLITICS

Why Lawmakers Are In Conflict With Presidency – Gbajabiamila

The Speaker of the Nigerian House of Representatives, Honorable Femi Gbajabiamila, has faulted the frequent misunderstanding that exists between the Executive and Legislative arms of government in the country, placing the blame squarely on Ministers and other officials at the Presidency as well as perceptions that the public holds on the parliament. The Speaker who spoke through his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr. Lanre Lasisi, on Monday October 5, 2020, in a 2-day dialogue session for high ranking

  2 years ago ago
Why Lawmakers Are In Conflict With Presidency – Gbajabiamila

POLITICS

Opinion: Never Ask Your Lecturer These 3 Questions After Resuming School

Opinion: Never Ask Your Lecturer These 3 Questions After Resuming School. As we all know, bringing you updates about education has been my ultimate priority and as such I will be glad if you can press the follow button to follow me. Note: Pictures used in this article are for illustrative purposes. Below are 3 questions you should never ask your lecturer after school finally resume. 1- Never ask your lecturer this question "Why Assu Reject IPPS system? after resuming school. The Integrated Payroll and Personnel

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Opinion: Never Ask Your Lecturer These 3 Questions After Resuming School

POLITICS

Cross River Govt To Introduce Dress Code, CCTV To Monitor Civil Servants

As part of its new policy reform direction, Cross River State Government is set to introduce a new dress code and Close Circuit Televisions Cameras (CCTV) to monitor Civil Servants compliance to work and assigned duties in the state as part of effort reduce truancy, lateness to work and indecent dressing. The State Acting Head of service,Geraldine Akpet- Ekanem dropped the hint on Monday, during tour of Ministries, Departments and Agencies(MDAs) to assess the level of compliance of workers on their first day

  2 years ago ago
Cross River Govt To Introduce Dress Code, CCTV To Monitor Civil Servants

EDUCATION

All you need to know about the ongoing ASUU Strike

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ONGOING ASUU STRIKE  The academic staff union of universities has directed its members nationwide to embark on a 2 weeks warning strike against the non-payment salaries of lecturers that are yet to enroll into the federal government integrated personnel and payroll information system (IPPS)  WHAT IS IPPS  The Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) is an information Communications Technology (ICT) project initiated by the Federal Government of Nigeria (F

  2 years ago ago
All you need to know about the ongoing ASUU Strike

EDUCATION

Check out the reason ASUU refused payment of salary from federal government through IPPIS

The The Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System(IPPIS) project, which commenced in 2007, is responsible for payment of salaries and wages directly to the bank accounts of federal government employees. The Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) is an information Communications Technology (ICT) project initiated by the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of payroll administration for its Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs).

  2 years ago ago
Check out the reason ASUU refused payment of salary from federal government through IPPIS

POLITICS

Covid-19: ICPC warned MDAs, Public officers to Keep Social Distance from Corruption

Photo Credit: The nation news It is no longer news that Nigeria is one of the ranked corrupt countries with inept and corrupt leaders who are specialist in swindling and looting funds at the detriment of the masses. The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) Spokesperson, Mrs. Rasheedat A. Okoduwa (mni) deemed it fit to pass a note of warning to Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), that are in charge to manage Coronavirus disease, against the looting of the pr

  2 years ago ago
Covid-19: ICPC warned MDAs, Public officers to Keep Social Distance from Corruption

POLITICS

ICPC TO MDAs: Don’t exploit COVID-19 for personal gains

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) Tuesday cautioned the Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) involved in the ongoing efforts to rid the country of the coronavirus against using the opportunity to loot the nation’s treasury. The Commission in a warned the public officers against inflation and padding of cost of items being procured during this period, saying the COVID-19 pandemic should not be exploited for personal gains in any sector of the economy. Th

  2 years ago ago
ICPC TO MDAs: Don’t exploit COVID-19 for personal gains

POLITICS

See why ICPC warned Ministries, Departments and Agencies, involved in the management of Covid-19.

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has warned Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), involved in the management of Coronavirus disease, not to see it as an opportunity to loot public funds . . The antigraft agency gave the warning in a statement released today March 31st. It cautioned the public officers against inflation and padding of cost of items being procured under emergencies. It said COVID-19 should not be used as excuse for corruption in any sector

  2 years ago ago
See why ICPC warned Ministries, Departments and Agencies, involved in the management of Covid-19.

CRIME

Opinion: Hourly Wage System: Nigeria's Sure Way To End Unemployment, Bribery And Corruption

How do I mean by this proposition?  Currently,Nigeria is operating a wage and salary system where employees are paid their entitlement at the end of every month ,or in most cases,at the end of the week in the form of salary. This system is practiced in both all government establishments and in the private sector. With this system, the employee is given his work description stating what he or she has to do so that at the end of the day ,he gets paid depending on the amount agreed on the contract agreement or

  2 years ago ago
Opinion: Hourly Wage System: Nigeria's Sure Way To End Unemployment, Bribery And Corruption

BUSINESS

Covid19: FRC Asks External Auditors To Embrace Procedures

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has handed out a command to external auditors to embrace procedures other than the normal ones in obtaining audit proofs so as to curb the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on the audit method. establish standards and related guidance for Accountants providing assurance services, In its Recommendation for External Auditors and Matters to Consider during Coronavirus period, the FRC observed that to document and review engagements, more time might be needed because of

  2 years ago ago
Covid19: FRC Asks External Auditors To Embrace Procedures

POLITICS

Civil Service Reform: C'River Govt. To Introduce Dress Code, CCTV To Monitor C'Servants Compliance

As part of its new policy reform direction, Cross River State Government is set to introduce a new dress code and Close Circuit Televisions Cameras (CCTV) to monitor Civil Servants compliance to work and assigned duties in the state as part of effort reduce truancy, lateness to work and indecent dressing. The State Acting Head of service,Geraldine Akpet- Ekanem dropped the hint on Monday, during tour of Ministries, Departments and Agencies(MDAs) to assess the level of compliance of workers on their first day

  2 years ago ago
Civil Service Reform: C'River Govt. To Introduce Dress Code, CCTV To Monitor C'Servants Compliance

BUSINESS

Financial Reporting Council directs External Auditors to Apply Alternative Procedures

The Financial Reporting Council has directed external auditors to apply alternative procedures to obtain audit evidence in order reduce the impact of the Dreaded Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) on the audit process. . . The directive was contained in a document titled, “Guidance for External Auditors and Matters to Consider during dreaded Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19) period”. . . . Nothing that additional time may be required to document, review audit engagements due to some measures taken by Federal

  2 years ago ago
Financial Reporting Council directs External Auditors to Apply Alternative Procedures