Today on Twitter Kaduna has been trending over the reduction of minimum wage and the students of Greenfield Private University that were abducted.Some people reacted over the reduction of minimum wage by the Governor of Kaduna State stating that he is insensitive at this point in time.It is quite unfortunate that our leaders do not care about us.
Teachers lying on the ground in front of the Government House.The Government House of Rivers State is busy as some aggrieved teachers and staffs of some secondary schools in Rivers State has stormed the government house as they accuse the Governor of causing the death of their colleagues.
I Pay Police's Salaries In Lagos, Not Buhari - Sanwo-olu The Executive Governor of Lagos State Babajide Sanwo-olu claims that his administration pays the salaries of police officers in Lagos, though it is in the federal government’s control.Mr Sanwo-Olu was also frustrated that President Muhammadu Buhari had remained deaf to calls for state police.
Pantami did no wrong, says MURIC Hours after the video of Isa Pantami was made public by different news platforms, a group identified as "The Muslim Right Concern" (MURIC), has reacted to the allegations against the communication minister.In recent news, the group's spokesperson, Mr. Akintola said the communication minister has not violated any law or committed a capital offense and he shouldn't listen to anybody but remain focused in his position as a communication minister.
Opinion: Yahaya Bello Need To Listen To What Was Said To Him, The Workers Of Kogi State Deserve More
Nigerians have always demanded that the youths of the country be governance.For many years the Nigerian youths have always clamoured for a change and opportunity for youths to rule in the country.For this reason, the senate had to pass "The Not To Young To Run Bill", a bill which has reduced the age limit for an individual to run for a political office.
Today's Headline: Miyatti Allah Sends Warning Message To FG, Angry Workers Block Deputy Gov's Convoy
Cement: Scarcity, middlemen, induce price hike in North East Some residents of the North-East have attributed the rise in the price of Cement to the widening gap between the demand and supply of the product. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) survey in Bauchi, Gombe, Borno, Yobe, Adamawa as well as Jigawa, indicated an average of 40 per cent increase in price. Respondents to the survey said several challenges affected production in factories, one of which is the outbreak of COVID-19, thus reducing supply, while
Scores of aggrieved public primary school teachers in Rivers State have protested in Port Harcourt, to decry the lack of compliance of the state government over a court ruling on the payment of their salaries, since 2016.Teachers took out time to express the hardship they have been facing; being unable to cater for their families and health needs, just as they pleaded with the state government to obey the judgment of the Appeal court.
EndSARS Campaigner, Rinu, Urges CBN to freeze Pantami's Account An EndSARS campaigner, Rinu Oduala, has urged the Central Bank of Nigeria to freeze the bank accounts of the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami, over his past controversial comments supporting the activities of terrorist groups including Taliban and Al-Qaeda.
JAMB Pits 2021 UTME Registration On Hold Over National Identification Number The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has postponed the registration of the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and Direct Entry which was initially stated to commence today, Thursday.
The accountant-General of the federation, Ahmed Idris has disclosed that there has been increasing pressure on government funds, he stated this at the year 2021 retreat for members of the technical subcommittees on cash management.Many states government is complaining about the percentage they use in paying workers salaries in the state, as they claimed that the salary takes a larger percentage of revenue.
There is growing fear in some quarters as to what life would look like in the coming months going by the unpredictable economic trends in the country.Some state governments as a result of this have adopted quite a worrisome approach of retrenching workers, and some have rescinded the earlier agreement of adopting the N30,000 minimum wage, and go by the former salary structure.
Covid-19 pandemic which struck Nigeria last year affected every sphere(Economically, Academically, Socially and Otherwise) of our human existence as a nation.The area of our life that has been the most hit by this dreaded virus is the Nigerian Economy.It was made worst due to the dependency of the nation on importation of Goods.
Tertiary institutions in Kaduna are set to close down schools over non payment of salary and poor renumerations.The Academic and non-academic staff members of the four tertiary institutions owned by Kaduna State Government have threatened to embark on strike if the state government fails to fulfill its promises.
Today's Headlines: FG Print N60bn To Share In March- Obaseki, Islamic Leaders Issue Directives To Muslim On Ramadan
CAN slams Islamic Council over hijab, Appeal Court Justices The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has described the attack by the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) on the hijab crisis and appointment of Appeal Court Justices as evasive.NSCIA, a few weeks ago, attacked CAN for opposing the nomination of 13 Northerners/ Muslims out of the 20 jurists listed as Court of Appeal Justices.
Nigerians have reacted over the action of Governor Onoja, the deputy governor of Kogi state who gifted his mistress in Abuja cars and a housein Lugbe, Abuja worth over N50 Million while his workers lament over non payment of salaries.While the state workers and civil servants in Kogi state are begging just to feed their families as a result of lack of payment of their due wage, the state deputy governor bought a house and cars for his mistress who just put to birth a bouncing baby boy father by Edward Onoja.
Today's Headlines: Kano slashes March Salaries Of Political Office Holders; Nigeria will be restructured if Tinubu is elected president in 2023 ― Fasoranti
There’ll Never Be Biafra Again, Says Buhari’s Aide, Onochie Lauretta Onochie, Senior Special Assistant on Social Media to President Muhammadu Buhari, has said there will never be the Republic of Biafra again.
Not fewer than 4000 government workers have been given disengagement letters across the 23 local government areas in Kaduna State.The State governor said that he did not get elected to only pay salary but also to develop the state as a whole.After the move by the state government, the State Governor, Nasir El-rufai claimed that as a governor, his other responsibilities is promotion opportunity equality, the building of schools and hospitals and running them, infrastructural upgrading, securing the state and make it attractive to allow private organization citation to create more jobs and employment opportunities.
For a while now, our country has been in recession, the worst we have ever seen, and the dollar to naira exchange rate keeps increasing on the steady and it is showing no signs of coming down.Governor Obaseki the governor of Edo state, has said that Nigeria is in a huge financial trouble.
United Kingdom based Nigerian Doctor, Dr Olufunmilayo has made a quite shocking call to Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State, as he beckoned on him to come and save Nigeria.
The level and Increase in the level of debt being owed in our country Nigeria is really uncalled for. People are really not happy, not only in Nasarawa state, but also country Nigeria as a whole. The council chairman blamed his predecessors for the inability of the council to pay the workers. Angry, annoyed and aggrieved works in the Doma Local Government Area of Nasarawa State on Friday which happens to be the 16th of April, 2021 staged a protest over the non-payment of their two Months salaries and also the