• 2019: Stakeholders Pass Vote Of Confidence On INEC

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    Election stakeholders comprising CSOs, Observer and monitoring groups under the auspices of the Election Roundtable Expert Group (EREG) on Thursday in Lagos resolved to support the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in meeting its mandate and delivering a credible, free and fair elections in 2019. The stakeholders therefore, passed a vote of confidence on INEC…

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  • Fleeing Terrorists Now End Up As Guards In Homes – Police, Security Experts Warn

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    Security experts have warned that suspected terrorists fleeing from the North East have infiltrated major cities in the country and enrolling as domestic staff. This followed the alarm raised recently by Lagos State Commissioner of Police (CP), Fatai Owoseni, that many city residents are inadvertently employing fleeing Boko Haram suspects and run-away militants as domestic…

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  • 17 Years After, Dino Melaye Gets Certificate From ABU

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    The senator representing Kogi west in the national assembly, Dino Melaye who is embroiled in a certificate scandal with Sahara Reporter has finally gotten his original certificate from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Dino yesterday twitted on his twitter account, @dino_melaye “Collected my certificate today in ABU Zaria” The senator has been at the center of…

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  • Recession: Workers Await Review Of Minimum Wage

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    With current economic hardship, there is no doubt that Nigerian workers are not finding things easy Nigerian workers are anxiously waiting for the Federal Government to implement the proposed N45% increase in minimum wage requested by the organised labour. Their demands have been justified in different quarters. Many have reasoned that with escalating prices of…

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  • Group Slams MDAs Over Non-compliance With FOI Act

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    A civil society group, the Independent Service Delivery Monitoring Group (ISDMG) has expressed dismay over what it described as the seeming non-challant attitude of Ministries, Departments and Agencies of Government to adequately adhere to the principles of the FOI Act. The group in a statement signed by its Director, Mobilization and Communication, Faith Nwadishi decried…

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  • Rights Group Gives Amnesty International 7-day Ultimatum To Quit Nigeria

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    A human rights advocacy group, under the aegis of the save humanity advocacy center, has issued Amnesty International a seven-day ultimatum to immediately leave Nigeria, saying Nigerians have had enough of their “absurdity and evil machinations.” Addressing a press conference in Abuja yesterday, executive secretary of the group, Comrade Ibrahim Abubakar said failure of amnesty…

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  • Technical Report On Minimum Wage Ready Next Week – Ngige

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    Minister of Labour and Employment, Sen. Chris Ngige, has said that the Technical Committee on Minimum Wage and Palliatives will submit its report to the Presidency soon. Ngige said this while briefing newsmen on the update of the meeting held between government and labour at the Secretary to Government of the Federation (SGF) office, on…

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