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Police sue for dialogue between feuding NURTW, transport ministry in Enugu

Commissioner of Police in Enugu State, Mohammed Danmallam, has called for calm between the feuding National Union of Road Transport Workers and the state’s Ministry of Transport.

Ekiti guber: Segun Oni will fulfill campaign promises – campaign chief

The Director-General of Segun Oni Campaign Organisation (SOCO), Dr Ifeoluwa Arowosoge, has assured the electorate in Ekiti that former governor, Chief Segun Oni, will deliver on all his campaign promises if re-elected.

Governor Ambode: Civil Servants must adopt skills to manage conflict

Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, at the weekend challenged civil servants to possess the skills to recognize and manage conflict in work place to enhance harmonious relationship and boost productivity.

Governor Ugwuanyi awards N1.04 billion road contracts

The Enugu State Executive Council (EXCO) has awarded contracts for the construction of urban and rural roads worth over N1billion.

Osun govt to commence payment of pensions next month

Osun State Government, on Thursday, disclosed that a sum of N1 billion had been released to 142 beneficiaries ‎of Contributory Pension Scheme (CPS) and N200 million to settle part of the outstanding gratuities of the 2011/2012 retirees.

Chad and Glencore agree to restructure $1bn oil loan

Chad announced on Wednesday it had struck a deal with Swiss mining giant Glencore to restructure debt of more than $1bn from a cash-for-crude-oil loan.

NLC urges Nigerians to unite against ‘neo-colonialism’

The Kebbi State chapter of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) has urged Nigerian workers to unite against “neo-colonialism” and oppressors in the country’s public and private sectors.

Governor Ambode demands optimal performance from civil servants

Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode says he is demanding from civil servants in the state optimal performance for improved productivity.

2019: NULGE endorses Governor Ayade for second term

The national leadership of the National Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) on Tuesday endorsed Cross River State Governor, Prof Ben Ayade, to continue in 2019.

Motorists decry scarcity of vehicle number plates in Anambra

Motorists in Anambra State have expressed concern over the scarcity of vehicle number plates in the state.

Students with carry-overs masterminded protest in Benue State University – VC

The students protest that forced management to close down the Benue State University, Makurdi was masterminded by students with carry-overs, according to its Vice Chancellor, Prof. Msugh Kembe.

Federal govt inaugurates committees on safe, healthy work environment

Winifred Oyo-Ita, the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, on Friday in Abuja inaugurated two committees to ensure safe and healthy working environment for public servants in the country.

Governor Aregbesola releases N1bn for pension payment

Gov. Rauf Aregbesola of Osun has approved the release of N1 billion for the payment of contributory pension to retired civil servants in the state.

Benue State University postpones exams as students protest

The management of the Benue State University on Friday postponed the end of session examination over students’ protest.

Civil servants lament as fuel scarcity bites harder in Kaduna

As fuel scarcity bites harder in Kaduna, civil servants are finding it difficult to get to work in time due to hike in transport fares and fewer vehicles plying the roads.

NAWOJ tasks federal govt on herdsmen attacks, fuel crisis

The National Executive Council (NEC), of the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) has called on the federal government to immediately tackle the rising cases of herdsmen attacks across the country.

Chad vows no more pay cuts under austerity drive

Chad's finance minister says the country will not impose further cuts on civil servants' pay this year, after strikes and protests erupted over one of the most unpopular measures in an austerity programme.

Minister Isaac Adewole accused of bias in suspension of NHIS chief Usman Yusuf

Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, has been accused of setting up a committee that was neither independent nor free from biases, that investigated the Executive Secretary (ES) of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), Prof. Usman Yusuf, who was suspended for gross misconduct.

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