Audit query: President Jonathan approved N37.428m from 10% rice milling project account for 2015 elections – AGF Director

Audit query: President Jonathan approved N37.428m from 10% rice milling project account for 2015 elections – AGF Director

 Christie Edward The House of Representatives on Tuesday commenced investigation into the illegal deduction of the sum of N37,428 million drawn from the 10% rice milling funds for the 2015 general elections in Nigeria. The Members of Parliament expressed the concerns over…

Provide certified copy of contract document for 400 exotic cars – Court tells Gbajabiamila, Reps’ Clerk, NASC

Provide certified copy of contract document for 400 exotic cars – Court tells Gbajabiamila, Reps’ Clerk, NASC

Fela Onosode with Signaturetv report   The last is yet to be heard as an Abuja Division of the Federal High Court on Monday ordered the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, the Clerk of the House of Representatives,…

Breaking: Pry 6, JSS 3, SSS 3 students should resume, lift ban on inter-state movement

Breaking: Pry 6, JSS 3, SSS 3 students should resume, lift ban on inter-state movement

Tayo Ojelabi Federal Government on Monday directed that all the prospective Students in Primary 6, Junior Secondary Schools (JSS) and Senior Secondary School (SSS) 3 should resume in preparation for the various examinations. Chairman of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) and Secretary…

Reps probe $1.121m, over N187bn spent in 3 years on School feeding programme  …as lawmaker dismisses report on 200,000 pupils in Anambra State

Reps probe $1.121m, over N187bn spent in 3 years on School feeding programme …as lawmaker dismisses report on 200,000 pupils in Anambra State

Christie Edward   The House of Representatives on Monday unveiled plans to probe the sum of N186 billion reportedly spent on the Modified School Feeding Programme during the COVID-19 lockdown period. Hon. ‘Wole Oke, chairman, House of Representatives’ Committee on Public Accounts stated…

COVID-19 pandemic: Labour, Private Sector Employers sign MoU to protect millions of jobs

COVID-19 pandemic: Labour, Private Sector Employers sign MoU to protect millions of jobs

Bode Gbadebo   The leadership of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Organised Private Sector which is the largest employer of labour in Nigeria, with the view to safeguard…

Nigeria: Don’t reopen Schools, stadium, viewing centres, PTF warns subnational govts …to evacuate 1,000 stranded Nigerians this week, …confirms arrival of 372 Nigerians from Egypt, India

Nigeria: Don’t reopen Schools, stadium, viewing centres, PTF warns subnational govts …to evacuate 1,000 stranded Nigerians this week, …confirms arrival of 372 Nigerians from Egypt, India

Tayo Ojelabi     Nigerian Government on Monday says it is unsafe to reopen schools, television viewing centres, sport stadium considering the rising number of COVID-19 patients recorded across the country. Mr. Boss Mustapha, PTF Chairman who issued the notice at the…