Why Nigerian leaders don’t value education – Fela Durotoye
“Since most of them have no idea of what education actually means, they are always finding it very difficult to actually define the space of education in a nation’s development.”
One killed as Customs apprehend smuggled military truck – Official
The official explains that some persons tried to stop the customs officials.
Bill seeking to remove age as employment condition gets Reps support
The new law will ensure that no Nigerian job seeker is disqualified from government employment on the basis of age.
One soldier killed, 16 missing in separate Boko Haram attacks on Nigerian forces
Five soldiers were also wounded in action and some bases razed by Boko Haram.
Senate constitutes committee to probe alleged politicisation of Buhari’s intervention programmes
A senator had alleged the social intervention scheme was being used as a campaign tool for the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari
Benue Killings: Again, ECOWAS court postpones judgment
The court notes the judgement could not be delivered because judges assigned had resigned.
“95 per cent of states can’t pay N30, 000 minimum wage” – Ebonyi Gov
The tripartite committee on the review of the National Minimum Wage recommended N30,000 in its report submitted to President Muhammadu Buhari, on Tuesday.
Kaduna, Kwara governors speak on proposed national minimum wage, demand review of nation’s laws
The governors say they have increased IGR in their states
Woman begs for release of husband accused of robbing Magu’s property
The woman says police extort and harass her when she visits her husband.
Power outage hits Lagos airport, temporarily disrupts operations
The outage was caused by disruptions from the Ayobo and Ikeja Transmission Lines which supplies power to the facility.
UEFA Champions League: Juventus Vs Manchester United (Live Updates)
Ronaldo leads fresh assault on former club.
Aisha Buhari advocates education to end child marriage
She says interrupted childhood, in some instances, thwarts promising careers.
Police sack drunk officer in Lagos, orders closure of beer parlours
The officer was apprehended at a police squadron base in Ikeja, where he served as the command provost.
We’re trying to organise Nigeria after ‘mind-boggling mismanagement’– Buhari
“If only they (PDP) had used just 25 per cent of it on infrastructure; road, rail, power, Nigerians would mind their own businesses, and not bother about whoever was in power.”
Senate backs ASUU, asks Nigerian govt to resolve issues
The lawmakers urge the federal ministry of education and its labour and employment counterpart to urgently resolve all the issues for ASUU to call off the strike.
Minimum Wage: Why Buhari cannot be trusted – Atiku
Mr Abubakar questions the funds accruing to the president and vice president as wages.
Senate cuts 2018 budgets of 30 agencies, reallocates funds to 2019 election (FULL LIST)
Half of the N242 billion budget will come from service wide votes.
Senators criticise Police for declaring attack on Ekweremadu ‘mere burglary’
The deputy Senate president threatens to release the CCTV of the attack.