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Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala: Why I didn’t quit ex-President Jonathan’s government

Two-time minister of finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, has revealed why she did not resign from Goodluck Jonathan’s administration, despite calls for her to resign.

Fedral government extends 2017 capital budget to June 5

The federal government has finally extended the implementation of 2017 capital budget to June 5, 2018, shifting forward the conclusion of the capital vote spending by two months from the March 31 cut-off date it earlier instructed ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs).

Budget Office: Why passage of 2018 budget is being delayed

The Budget Office of the Federation has debunked claims that the 2018 budget has not been passed because some details required for its passage were not submitted.

Minister suspends College of Education provost over alleged fraud

The federal government has suspended the provost of Federal College of Education, Obudu, Cross River State, James Ejue.

We’ve not violated Fiscal Responsibility Act – Kemi Adeosun

The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, has denied that the Federal Ministry of Finance and the Office of the Accountant General of the Federation (OAGF) failed to comply with the Fiscal Responsibility Act (FRA).

Finance ministry, OAGF comply with fiscal responsibility act – Kemi Adeosun

The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, has described as misleading report that the Federal Ministry of Finance and the Office of the Accountant of the Federation (OAGF) failed to adhere to the Fiscal Responsibility Act.

Two civil servants jailed 105 years for fraud in Abuja

An FCT High Court sitting in Jabi on Monday sentenced two civil servants, Mohammed Audu and Yusuf Ayodeji, to 105 years imprisonment, for fraudulent activities.

NYSC commences payments of October allowance

Members of the National Youth Service Corps across the country have started to receive their allowance for October.

PTAD beg pensioners over delayed October pension

The Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD) has apologized to Pensioners in the country over the delay in the payment of their pensions for the month of October 2017 attributing the delay to the changes in government financial management system.

PTAD chief Sharon Ikeazor calls for calm over delayed October payment

The Executive Secretary of PTAD, Sharon Ikeazor, on Thursday appealed to pensioners for calm over delay in disbursement of their October benefits.

Fed govt’s savings from ghost workers hit N120 billion – Ahmed Idris

The Federal Government, on Tuesday, put the cumulative savings from checking the ghost workers’ syndrome through the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) at N120 billion

Fed govt to submit 2018 budget to National Assembly in October

The Director General, Budget Office of the Federation, Mr Ben Akabueze, on Monday said the 2018 Executive Budget proposal would be submitted to the National Assembly in October.

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Kwara colleges of education begin indefinite strike

Workers of the three Colleges of Education in Kwara have started an indefinite industrial action.

Nigeria Customs destroys Tramadol, others worth N102 million

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Seme Command in Badagry, says it has destroyed expired and seized medicaments in its warehouse with a Duty Paid Value (DVP) of N102.4 million.

Lawyer arrested after claiming executed man innocent

An Iranian defence lawyer has been arrested after claiming a man executed this week for killing three policemen was innocent, Iran’s Fars news agency said Wednesday.

Traders lose N150 million to inferno in Ekiti

Some traders operating within the premises of Oja Oba market in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State capital, have lost property worth about N150 million to fire.

Group: 75% of sickle cell births in Nigeria don’t see fifth birthday

The Sickle Cell Support Network, an NGO, says Nigeria records about 150,000 sickle cell births annually but 75 per cent of this number never get to see their fifth birthday.