Boko Haram Invade Military Base, Kill Commander.Militants from the Islamic State-backed faction of Boko Haram, the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP), formerly known as Jamā'at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da'wah wa'l-Jihād have again attacked a military base in Borno state, killing an army commanding officer.
Do you know some of the serving governors in Nigeria attended the same university? The university they went to is known for producing a lot of great men who ended up becoming leaders of Nigeria. In this article, I will be revealing to you some state governors that attended the same school.
Opinion: Mallam Nasir El Rufai's Ordeal With Kaduna State Chapter of NUT And Why He Should Take Things Easy
Mallam Nasir El Rufai has been governor of Kaduna State since May 29, 2015. He won the governorship election on the platform of All progressives Congress party. Mallam Nasir El-Rufai as always is known for his firm principle. He believes in getting it right for the good of all.
Police Arrest Man With Human Head.The Police in Kwara have arrested a 24-year-old man, Kehinde Moses, with a bag allegedly containing a freshly severed human head and hand along Ajase-Ipo road during stop and search duty.The Commissioner of Police in the state, Mohammed Bagega, made this disclosure in a statement in Ilorin on Monday.
Today's Headlines: Troops killed Top Boko Haram Commander In Borno, Niger state NUT chapter begins Indefinite Strike
1) Another Indefinite Strike Begins Today According to reports reaching us, it is said that an indefinite strike has been declared by the Nigerian Union of Teachers(NUT) of the branch in Niger state, dating from the 1st of May, 2021.The declaration of the strike as given in a statement by the union which was made available to journalists yesterday in Mina, accompany the resolution by the state Working Executive Committee of the NUT held on the 30th of April, 2021, it is said that during the period, the inability of the state government to meet the requirements of the organisation was considered after the suspension of the previous strike, which happened in February.
The Nigerian Union Of Teachers (NUT) has condemned the non-payment of the basic salary by some state governments after the National Minimum Wage Act was signed into law three years ago. Another nationwide strike stares Nigeria in the face as teachers under the umbrella of Nigeria Union Teachers threatens to embark on an industrial strike over non-fulfilment of payment of minimum wage by some states.
1) Another Indefinite Strike Begins Tomorrow In Niger.Recently, Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) in Niger State declared an indefinite strike from tomorrow being 4th May, 2021.However, the union in a statement made available to journalists in Minna stated that the declaration of the strike followed the resolution of its "Working Executive Committee" in a meeting held on 30th April, 2021.
1.Rafa Benitez confirms he is ready to return to Premier League: Former Liverpool, Chelsea and Newcastle United manager, Rafa Benitez, has made it clear that coaching a topflight club in English is his priority, after leaving Chinese Super League side Dalian Pro.This is amid speculation that he will replace Jose Mourinho at Tottenham Hotspur.
The branch of Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), Ikara local government education authority in Kaduna State has yesterday elected new officials to pilot the affairs of the union in the next four years.The union in the local government has earlier scheduled the election of new executives for 26th of April, 2021 after the expiration of tenure of the former executives which only lasted for two years due to issues that marred the previous election and led to the late swearing-in of the outgoing executive members.
Benue state Government has assured the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) of regular promotion for teachers.
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A man identified as Okechukwu Onyeakazi has been sentenced to death by Justice Nwaka of the Lagos state special offences Court for defiling an eighth-year-old girl. The culprit, Okechukwu Onyeakazi was arraigned on one count of defilement which is contrary to the criminal justice law of the state. However, he had pleaded guilty to the charge. The prosecuting counsel , Adebayo Haroun revealed to the court that the accused had committed the offence in 2017 in the Shogule area of the state. The prosecutor implore
Governor Samuel Ortom has called on the Nigerian Union of Teachers, NUT, to subscribe to the PENCOM scheme which law the Benue state government has domesticated.
"We teach you don't cheat us" was the song usually sang by NUT(Nigeria Union of Teachers) to the politicians, especially whenever their salary were delayed or when they were their rights were seemingly denied.It happened on the Workers day celebration in Yola, when teachers numbering hundreds ambushed Governor Muhammadu Jibirilla Bindow,with placards with inscriptions “we teach you don’t cheat us”, ” pay us our five months salaries”, “you don’t keep to your word,” and many others inscriptions calling on the governor to abide to the oath of his office by paying workers their salaries and other benefits.
Source: Vanguard 1.El-Rufai vows to restore Kaduna to its past glory Kaduna State Government is trying to restore the inclusivity and the togetherness of Kaduna town in order to make a home for all Nigerians as it used to be in the past. Governor Nasir El Rufai who made this known on Friday during the commissioning of the Kaduna Nigerian Immigration Service Command Building said many great Nigerians lived in Kaduna. The governor, however, lamented that the city is now divided due to the incessant communal clashes
Recall that over the weekend, the National Industrial Court sitting at the Benin, restrained the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) from proceeding on any strike action in Edo State Primary schools, over the lingering crisis between the teachers and the state Governor over salary arrears and quest for improved welfare package. However, according to information, on Tuesday, the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), Edo State chapter for the second day since schools reopened in the state as ordered by the state government,
As the schools in Nigeria continue to be unsafe admosphere for learning due to the reoccurring attacks by bandits especially in the North, the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) has threatened to close down all schools in the country.
As schools activities resumed on Monday, there have been some other options concerns on the striku which the NUT started that day. The national union of teachers (NUT) calls off the indefinite strike which started on Monday 1st February 2021, due to the intervention and appeals of some stakeholders. A statement signed by the State chairman of the Union Pius Okhueleigbe, Assistant Secretary General, Moni Mike and three others and made available to DAILYPOST, the group said the suspension of the indefinite strike
Oyo State Government has approved the appointment of a member of the Nigeria Union of Teachers who would serve on the board of Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board. Adeniran, who was speaking while playing host to members of the state Executive Council of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) led by the Chairman of the union, Comrade Samson Adedoyin, also assured teachers that Governor Seyi Makinde’s administration is ensuring they receive their reward here on earth and not only in heaven. The new appointee,
Information making the rounds now has it that Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), and National Association of Nigeria Students, NANS have revealed that, they might likely shut down schools Nationwide with a view to protecting their members and students' lives from danger of being taken hostage by unscrupulous elements. this
In an interview on Friday 26, February 2021, The Nigeria Union Of Teachers (NUT) and The National Association Of Nigeria Students (NANS) said that with the gradual killing, kidnapping and destroying of schools, students and teachers by terrorist in some state, they would likely look to closed down schools to