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Starting November 1st, Amazon will pay all its US employees a minimum wage of $15 an hour in a move that e-commerce giant expects to impact more than 250,000 full- and part-time employees and 100,000 seasonal workers
The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) Thursday in Abuja challenged President Muhammadu Buhari to halt perceived politics of exclusion and embrace politics of inclusion by observing federal character principle in his appointments next term.
More than 10,000 people marched silently on Thursday through the New Zealand city where the alleged shooter in last week’s massacre had lived, as the country paid its respects to the 50 victims of the tragedy.
Member-elect for Pengana Constituency in the Plateau House of Assembly, late Ezekiel Afon, was on Thursday buried in Bassa Local Government amid tears.
The Japanese Multinational automobile manufacturing company, Suzuki Motor Corporation, has resolved to set up a production unit in Ghana.
The Residents Electoral Commissioner (REC) in Bauchi state, Alhaji Ibrahim Abdullahi, has said that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) would conduct a rerun governorship election in 15 affected local government areas Saturday, saying election would not hold in Tafawa Balewa local government, pending the decision of the Court.
The Chief of the Air Staff, Air Marshall Sadiq Baba Abubakar, has stressed the importance of education as the foundation of human capital development and a key factor in any form of societal advancement and innovation.
The Endometriosis Support Group of Nigeria (ESGN) is holding the 2019 edition of the annual endometriosis awareness campaign tagged, five kilometer Endomarch today.
The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has cancelled the earlier announced supplementary elections in Bauchi State.
Nigeria has always had a history when it comes to combat sports. The towering legend of Dick Tiger was impossible to escape, Hogan ‘Kid’ Bassey held a featherweight title as far back as 1957, and in the last three decades the likes of David Izonritei, Ike Ibeabuchi and Samuel Peter have shaken up the heavyweight division.
The Governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Chief Emmanuel Bello, has urged the party supporters, to vote enmass in the Saturday re-run elections in Adamawa state.