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The Economic Community of West African States, in partnership with a technology firm, Skill ‘G’ Nigeria Limited, says it will train no fewer than 12,000 pupils in the sub-region on technical education and science annually.
Today, virtually every Nigerian who knows how to operate a handset is either a blogger or an online journalist without clear identity or known address. This is even when such individual do not know the elementary rudiments of journalism or writing.
Fellow Nigerians, I finally returned to Port Harcourt after over two years of absence. It is strange how time flies and how it changes everything. Port Harcourt had always been one of my favourite cities in our dear beloved country. Once upon a time, Port Harcourt was known and referred to as the garden city because of its blossoming flowers.
Some 70,000 people were ordered to evacuate their homes Friday after a rain-swollen dam in Puerto Rico failed in the latest disaster caused by Hurricane Maria.
The Coordinator of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme in Abia State, Mrs. Francisca Ifon, has denied reports in the social media that she directed corps members to leave the state on account of insecurity.
Benin kingdom in Edo state has resolved to formally kick start an academy for art, culture and tourism to revitalise the Benin cultural heritage which was in systematic decay.
Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has confirmed that its representatives, yesterday, met with the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, to discuss issues relating to details of annual salaries and allowances of lawmakers.
Chairman of the Committee of Chief Medical Directors/Medical Directors of federal tertiary hospitals in Nigeria, Prof. Thomas Agan, has attributed 90 per cent of deaths recorded in hospitals to the poor attitude of health workers.
Osun government has said that policies, programmes and infrastructures that will totally deemphasise its reliance on monthly allocation from Abuja were already in place, such that in the next five years, the state would gain financial independence.
President Muhammadu Buhari has assured the international community of Nigeria’s firm and unshaken commitment to democracy in the country and the African continent.