Minimum Wage: Identities Of Anti-N30,000 States Unveiled

The country is at present sitting on the N30, 000 new national minimum wage recommended by the Tripartite members of the National Minimum Wage Committee. No sooner had information leaked out that the committee had concluded its assignment and report ready to be sent to President Muhammadu Buhari who inaugurated the committee on November 2017, … Continue reading Minimum Wage: Identities Of Anti-N30,000 States Unveiled

Gas Flaring: Senate Ready To Pass Prohibition Bill

Sen. Bassey Albert, the Chairman, Senate Committee on Gas, on Thursday said that the Senate would pass the Gas Flaring Prohibition Bill before the end of the year. Albert gave this hint in Lagos when he led his members on oversight functions to the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR). He said the bill was currently … Continue reading Gas Flaring: Senate Ready To Pass Prohibition Bill

Senator David Mark Promises To Revamp Nigerian Economy In Two Years If Elected

Former Senate President, David Mark, has joined the 2019 Presidential race, promising to fix the Nigerian economy in just two years. Addressing officials of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, when he picked up the Presidential nomination form at the party’s Secretariat, in Abuja, on Tuesday afternoon, David Mark stated that his Military background is an … Continue reading Senator David Mark Promises To Revamp Nigerian Economy In Two Years If Elected

Air Peace Commences Flight In Nigeria, From Kaduna To Lagos

Air Peace has commenced flights from its Murtala Mohammed Airport (MMA) hub in Lagos to the Kaduna International Airport (KIA), Kaduna. The inaugural flight on Embraer 145 plane piloted by Capt. Matthew Ekeinde landed at KIA at 9:10am amid the ceremonial water salute by the fire-fighting personnel of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN). … Continue reading Air Peace Commences Flight In Nigeria, From Kaduna To Lagos

CEO Of TSTV Writes an Open Letter To Nigerians

It is a known fact that TSTV has disappointed many Nigerians is not in doubt. However, what is news is the explanation of the company’s management on what has been wrong with it so far and what they are doing to fix things. Open letter to Nigerians by the MD/CEO of TSTV, Dr Bright Echefu:- … Continue reading CEO Of TSTV Writes an Open Letter To Nigerians

Nigerian Police Force To Conduct Psychiatric Test On FSARS Officers

The Deputy Inspector-General of Police in charge of operation, Joshak Habila, has met with the Special Anti-Robbery Squad commanders at the force headquarters and part of the plans for the reformation of the unit is a psychiatric test on FSARS officers. He used the opportunity to brief them about the planned overhaul and renaming of … Continue reading Nigerian Police Force To Conduct Psychiatric Test On FSARS Officers

Federal Government Approves Compulsory Levy For Students In Primary And Secondary Schools

The Nigerian government on Thursday argued for the payment of compulsory levy by students in primary and secondary schools across Nigeria. The levy was debated on Thursday at the 63rd ministerial session of the National Council Education (NCE). The approval for the levy was initially contained in the communique from the session but was later … Continue reading Federal Government Approves Compulsory Levy For Students In Primary And Secondary Schools