News - Federal Government

 

ASUU STRIKE WILL SOON BE OVER - NLC

6 years ago /
Education 

The NLC President, Abdulwaheeb Omar is of the opinion that the ASUU strike will soon be a thing of the past.

 

LAWYERS REACT TO JUDGEMENT IN IBORI CASE

6 years ago /
Niger Delta 

Legal practitioners in Abuja are divided over the recent judgment by the Federal High court which declared that the Fifteen million dollars allegedly used by former Delta state Governor James Ibori to bribe officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC be forfeited to the Federal government.          

 

ASUU STRIKE UPDATE: Senator suggests compromise

6 years ago /
Education 

The Vice Chairman of the Senate Committee on Education, Olushola Adeyeye has blamed the decline in the education sector on neglect and under - funding by successive governments.

BOKO HARAM: Security officials need better weapons - Governor Gaidam

6 years ago /
Security 

Following the bloodbath in the capital city of Damaturu last week, the Governor of Yobe state, Governor Ibrahim Gaidam has called for better weapons for the military to combat the insurgents with.

 

FG spent N4.8 billion to educate children of Nigerian diplomats abroad - TUC

6 years ago /
Education 

The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria has expressed shock and anger at the cost incurred by the Federal government in 2011 on the education of the children of Nigerian diplomats abroad.

 

ASUU STRIKE UPDATE: UI Chapter Condemns David Mark's statement

6 years ago /
Education 

In response to the Senate President's statement regarding the present ASUU strike, the ASUU Chapter in the Univeristy of Ibadan has demanded an apology.

 

ASUU STRIKE UPDATE: Government must be honourable - ASUU Zonal Chairman, Abuja

6 years ago /
Education 

In a shocking twist of events, the Chairman of the Academic Staff Union Of Universities, University of Abuja chapter, Clement Chup, has announced that contrary to the impression the Federal government has given the general public, the government is yet to release funds for the upgrade and development of infrastructures in the universities.

SAMBO ON SLUMS SUMMIT

6 years ago /
Environment 

The Nigerian government has reiterated its commitment to the promotion of sustainable urbanization and implementation of the universal principles for slum upgrading and prevention.          

ODUAH: EFCC and Femi Falana turn up the heat

6 years ago /
Transport  

The controversial purchase of armoured cars worth N225million naira for the Avaiation Minister has been a source of uproar in the country with many asking for an immediate investigation into the matter by the EFCC.

MDG EDUCATION: Anambra State Governor Distribute 500 Buses for All Secondary Schools

6 years ago /
Education 

In all, 500 buses are to be distributed to all the Secondary Schools in the state.

ASUU STRIKE: Can the government afford the demand of ASUU? - Young academicians

6 years ago /
Education 

A group of young academicians who have become wary of the nearly 4-month old strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) over the implementation of the 2009 re-negotiated agreement have expressed disappointment due to the conitnued strike.

CONSTITUTION REVIEW: Teachers protest against relying on Local governments for funds

6 years ago /
Education 

Nigerian teachers say in spite of the role they play in grooming people for national development, they have nothing to show for it.

EDUCATION: NECO convenes summit; Wants improved performance

6 years ago /
Education 

The National Examination Council (NECO), has had to grapple with many challenges including those of popular acceptability and restoration of sanity in examination administration, the primary reason for its creation. 

ASUU STRIKE: Governing council UNN, urges members nationwide to go back to the classroom

6 years ago /
Education 

The governing council of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka led by its Chairman, Dr. Emeka Enejere invited all the unions in the institution to a round-table discussion on the various challenges facing the institution

 

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Redeemed Christian Church of God commissions ICT centres in two FCT secondary schools

6 years ago /
Education  Gender and Youth Development  Science and Tech 

As part of the Corporate Social Responsibility Programme, the RCCG has commissioned ICT centres in two government secondary schools in the FCT.

WORK ETHICS: FG draws plan to curtail inefficiency and laziness in the work place

6 years ago /
Business and Economy  

Majority of workers in Nigeria are found wanting in punctuality in the workplace, disregard for lunch breaks and nonchalant attitude to issues of national development. 

PHCN PRIVATISATION: Workers protest, want all agreements with FG concluded

6 years ago /
Science and Tech 

Employees of Nigeria’s electricity holding company are protesting against the hand over of the power sector to new investors by the Federal Government.

FG APPROVES 28BILLION NAIRA FOR DUALISATION OF DUTSE-KADUNA ROAD: FEC approves 1.7billion naira for provision of portable water in Asokoro and environs, Abuja

6 years ago /
Environment 

The federal government has approved the sum of 28billion naira for the dualisation of the Phase 2 lower Usman-dan-fodio project from Abuja to Kaduna.

2013 COUNCIL ON WORKS: Experts identify new sources of funding

6 years ago /
Environment 

The participants at the 2013 National Council on Works have identified additional sources of funding and management of road projects for both federal and state roads in the country.

Lagos leaving Nigeria behind.

6 years ago /
Environment 

This is a photo of the Lagos State Government's ten-lane Lagos-Badagry Expressway and railway line.


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