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Resident doctors mull nationwide strike over sacked members

The Nigeria Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), on Thursday, warned that it may proceed on strike if the Federal Government failed to facilitate the reinstatement of its members sacked by the University of Jos Teaching Hospital.

Fed govt approves N45bn entitlements of defunct Nigeria Airways workers

The Federal Government has expressed regret over the reported deaths of some workers of the defunct Nigeria Airways occasioned by the delay in the payment of their entitlements.

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Flood: Bayelsa community receives relief materials

The people of Obunagha community, Gbarain clan of Yenagoa Local Government Area of Bayelsa State have been given relief materials over the flood disaster that hit them.The people of Obunagha community, Gbarain clan of Yenagoa Local Government Area of Bayelsa State have been given relief materials over the flood disaster that hit them.

Feyisetan Fayose: I had terrible dreams suggesting my husband’s defeat

Feyisetan Fayose, wife of the outgoing Governor of Ekiti State, Peter Fayose, has said that her husband would come back to Ekiti as a triumphant man.

Ayodele Fayose finally bows out, tells impeached speaker to concede defeat

Preparations are in top gear towards the inauguration of Dr Kayode Fayemi as new governor of Ekiti State as the outgoing governor, Ayodele Fayose, has finally left Ado-Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital on Sunday.

Federal government canvasses measures to tackle critical human capital challenges

The federal government has called on all stakeholders, including community service organisations, private sector, traditional leaders and development partners to initiate a national dialogue and collaborate with the government to find country-led solutions to the critical human capital challenges facing the nation.

Afenifere: Travel ban beginning of dictatorship in Nigeria

As the controversy over the federal government’s travel ban on 50 high profile Nigerians gathers momentum, the Yoruba socio-cultural organisation, the Afenifere, has condemned the ban, saying it connotes the beginning of absolute dictatorship in Nigeria.