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PPA Urges Parties To Focus On Youth Unemployment

1 week ago /
Politics 

The Progressives Peoples Party, PPA says more than anything else, the 2019 election should be woven around candidates that will tackle what it describes as the time-bomb of youth unemployment in the country.

The Scourge Of Human Trafficking

2 weeks ago /
Nation 

Despite local and international efforts to stem human trafficking, the menace has been on the increase raising questions about the strategies adapted to tackle it.

 

Atiku Abubakar Declares For President In Yola

3 weeks ago /
Nation  Politics 

It was a sea of heads at the Mahmud Ribadu Square in Yola as former Vice President Atiku Abubakar on Saturday declared his intention to run for President the platform of the PDP.

PDP Presidential Aspirant Turaki Accuses APC Of Enthroning Legacy Of Poverty

1 month ago /
Politics 

Former Nigerian Minister of special duties and now Presidential Aspirant on the platform of the peoples Democratic Party Tanimu Turaki has accused the apc-led Federal Government of building a legacy of hunger, poverty, killings, unemployment and despondency in the midst of nepotism and despotism.

LG Chairmen Hail Okowa’s Healthcare Strides

1 month ago /
Health 

The Delta State Government in South South Nigeria has been hailed for the provision of affordable primary healthcare to the people in rural communities across the state.

Ireland To Partner Nigeria On Environment, Security, Economy

1 month ago /
Nation 

Irish Ambassador to Nigeria, Sean Hoy has declared his Government's willingness to partner with the Nigerian Government using Bayelsa State as focus in tackling environmental problems, unemployment and security challenges.

Cross River Partners Canada On Agro-Entrepreneurs

2 months ago /
Nation 

No Fewer Than Fifteen Thousand Cross River Youths have been trained in different skills in business agriculture including fishery, poultry, snail, mushrooms among others by the Canadian Government in the last twenty four months.

Health Workers Resume Duties

2 months ago /
Nation 

Medical services in public hospitals across Nigeria are gradually picking up as health workers returned to their duty posts after about seven weeks of industrial action.

Mali Police Breakup Opposition March

2 months ago /
International News 

Riot police used teargas on saturday to break up opposition supporters who had planned to march through mali’s capital to call for transparency in next month’s presidential election.  

Resident Doctors Threaten Strike

2 months ago /
Health 

Barely Twenty-four hours after The Joint Health Sector Unions, JOHESU, suspended its six weeks old strike, the National Association Of Resident Doctors, NARD is threatening to cripple the sector with another industrial action.

SDP Decries Politics Of Intimidation

2 months ago /
Politics 

The social democratic party, SDP, says alleged intimidation and arrest of members of opposition political parties for what it described as funny corruption cases is sending disturbing signals over the provision of a level playing field for the twenty-nineteen general elections.

Labour Party Advocates Youth Empowerment

2 months ago /
Politics 

The Labour Party says the time has come to give the youths opportunity to showcase their positive potentials towards national development.

Osinajo Launches N-Power Build In Enugu

2 months ago /
Nation 

Nigeria's Vice President,  Yemi Osinbajo says Nigeria can solve its youths unemployment challenge through vocational training and apprenticeship.

 

Nigeria Seeks Indian Model In Reducing Unemployment

2 months ago /
Nation 

The Nigerian government has been challenged to take a cue from the Indian experience in dealing with unemployment by developing the nation’s micro, small and medium enterprises.

DEPOWA Empowers 200 Women, Youths

3 months ago /
Nation 

The defence and police officers’ wives association (DEPOWA), has empowered 200 women and youths from its just concluded skills acquisition programme at Ode-Ekiti, in Gbonyi local government area of Ekiti state.

Nigerians Mark International Workers Day

3 months ago /
Nation 

It’s May 1st, workers in Nigeria and around the world are taking the day off in observance of the official workers day, also known as International Labour Day.

Nasarawa Bans Street Hawking

3 months ago /
Nation 

The Task Force charged with relocating traders to the Muhammadu Buhari International Market, Karu, in Nasarawa State, has banned trading and hawking along the Keffi-Karu-Abuja expressway.

NPC Puts Nigeria’s Population At 198M

4 months ago /
Nation 

The National Population Commission has put Nigeria’s current population at 198 million people with urban population growing at an average annual growth rate of about 6.5 per cent.

Bill Gates Criticises Execution Of Nigeria's Economic Recovery Growth Plan

4 months ago /
Business and Economy  

Co-Founder of the Bills and Melinda Gates foundation Bill Gates, says the execution priorities of Nigeria's Economic recovery and growth plan do not reflect the needs of the people. 

NCAC Advocates Skill Acquisition To Tackle Unemployment

4 months ago /
Nation 

The Director-General of the National Council For Arts And Culture, Olusegun Runsewe wants Nigerians to take-up skills that will enhance their economic wellbeing.


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