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The Executive Council meeting, chaired by the Deputy Governor, Dr. Hadiza Balarabe, noted the commitment of Governor Nasir El-Rufai to strengthen the public service and its capacity to deliver quality and responsive public service.

Kaduna government approves, begin payment of minimum wage Septermber

The Kaduna State Executive Council has risen from its Monday meeting to approve that payment of the new national minimum wage and consequential adjustments to civil servants begins from 1st September, 2019.

Kaduna enacts law to curb menace of street gangs

The Kaduna State Government has enacted a law to deal with the menace of street gangs terrorising some parts of Kaduna city.

Kemi Adeosun: Federal govt to name, shame tax defaulters

The Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun, says the Federal Government, will name and shame tax defaulters after the expiration of the Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS).

Why Kaduna govt sacked incompetent teachers – Governor El-Rufai

The Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, has finally explained why he sacked over 22,000 teachers in the state.

The poor are entitled to equal opportunity

In view of the importance of Education and Public Service Reforms, and the widespread interest our decisions have generated, it is my firm belief that I should address the entire state on the issue. This is to ensure that everyone that lives in Kaduna State understands what we have done, and why they have been done.

Kaduna govt to replace teachers who failed primary four exam

Kaduna State Executive Council has approved the outcome of the primary four teachers’ competency test and directed immediate process for recruiting 25,000 teachers to replace those who failed the examination.

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