Wike made the appeal on Wednesday in Abuja.
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The Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Taoreed Lagbaja, disclosed this on Wednesday.
Justice Nkeonye Maha directed the Minister and ministry to furnish a civil society group with the information.
Deputy Governor, Dr Hadiza Balarabe, inaugurated the committee, headed by Sheikh Salisu Abubakar.
The ICPC Zonal Commissioner for Rivers and Bayelsa States, Ekere Usiere, gave the admonition on Wednesday.
LASEPA, in a statement on its X (formerly Twitter) handle added that they were also shut for environmental degradation.
Adelakin issued the warning in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Osogbo on Wednesday.
The graduating cadets were tasked on discipline, integrity, loyalty and dedication to their chosen career.
In all, 439 cadets, including one allied cadet from the Gambia, made the admission into the academy out of about 30,000 applicants.
The accused were: Fred Okunnu, 43; Lucky Idudu, 33 and Segun Adedigba, 26.
The three are standing trial for alleged robbery and murder of late Sanni.
Recall that the Media aide to Senator Adeola, Kayode Odunaro revealed that Sanni was stopped on the fateful day (August 5) at a checkpoint around Berger area of Lagos on his way to his home, at Isheri by security agents.
The incident occurred due to an accident at Peke village along the Oko-Olowo area on the Ilorin/Bode-Saadu/Jebba expressway.
The State’s Commissioner for Human Services and Social Development, Rabi Salisu disclosed this on Tuesday at a Press briefing in Kaduna.
The Commissioner spoke at the Gender-Based Stakeholders Meeting/Conference organised by the Ministry in collaboration with Centre for Integrated and Health Programmes (CIHP).
JAMB Spokesperson, Dr Fabian Benjamin, made the announcement in Abuja on Wednesday.
He said that the country had witnessed significant economic reforms since the removal of the subsidy by the President, describing the subsidy removal as courageous.
“The removal of the petrol subsidy caused some discomfort in the nation; you responded with compassion and doled out palliatives to assuage the effects on the people.
Abbas said this while giving his remarks during the presentation of the 2024 appropriation bill by President Bola Tinubu.
He said it was a well-known fact that millions of the citizenry were living through incredibly difficult times.
The Obas made the commitment in Ado Ekiti on Tuesday while welcoming Ambassador Wale Ojo-Lanre, Director-General of the Bureau of Tourism Development.
Ojo-Lanre said that he was in the Oba’s Chamber to spread the tourism gospel of Governor Biodun Oyebanji who believes that tourism is not only an economic activity but a powerful weapon to develop, empower, employ, and generate revenue.
The President said this when he presented the 2024 Budget to the National Assembly on Wednesday.
The apex court gave the ruling on Wednesday.
The court, in a ruling by a seven-man panel of justices led by Justice John Okoro, said the banknotes should remain in circulation, pending when the Federal Government, after due consultation with relevant stakeholders, takes a decision on the matter.
The apex court had pegged the end of December as the deadline to phase out the old notes following the newly designed notes by the Central Bank of Nigeria.
The Controller of Corrections in the state, Nicholas Obiako, disclosed this on Wednesday in Enugu to the News Agency of Nigeria.
The Minister made the revelation on a Channels Television programme: “Politics Today,” on Tuesday.