Day: May 1, 2019

No part of Nigeria will be neglected – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday reiterated that no part of the country, regardless of its geographical location or political leaning, would suffer neglect during his administration. Mr Buhari disclosed this at the inauguration and handing over of Erosion/Flood Control and Road Improvement projects at the Federal University Dutse, Jigawa State. The president, who was represented by the Minister of Interior, Abdulrahman Danbazau, said that the project was one of the ecological intervention programmes approved for the first quarter of 2018. He added that it was approved by the Federal Executive Council on August 8, 2018, with a completion period...

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Mace theft: Omo-Agege abusing Judicial, Legislative processes – Misau

Chairman, Senate Committee on Navy, Senator Isah Hamma Misau, has stated that his colleague from Delta Central, Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege has to face the consequences of his actions, in respect of the invasion of the hallowed chambers. He also stated that Omo-Agege has been abusing the judicial process and the generosity of the leadership of the Senate with some of his actions, which he said, seek to bring down the institution which he belongs. Misau was reacting to a court injunction which Omo-Agege obtained on Monday from a High Court in Bwari-Abuja, restraining the leadership of the Senate and...

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Orji Kalu: What FG must do for Nigerian Workers

Dr Orji Kalu, former governor of Abia and senator-elect, Abia North Senatorial District, has commended the Nigerian labour force for their contributions to nation building. Kalu made the commendation in a statement issued on Wednesday by his media office to commemorate the 2019 May Day and made available to the News Agency of Nigeria. While describing Nigerian workers as hardworking, patriotic and productive, Kalu urged government at all levels to improve the welfare of workers in order to boost productivity. He urged workers to develop their skills, noting that the world was dynamic. He said: “As we mark this...

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