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Ambassador Samson Itegboje, Nigeria’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, made the pledge while delivering Nigeria’s statement at the UN General Assembly’s Annual General on the Report of the Peacebuilding Commission.
The assembly gave the directive during plenary session in Gusau on Friday.
The commission’s spokesman in the state, Malam Nasiru Abdallahi, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Dutse on Friday.
Fayose made the appeal during the inauguration of the ultra-modern four-storey State High Court complex in Ekiti on Thursday.
Dickson, who spoke with State House correspondents after closed door meeting with the President, said he stressed the need for change in approach to security management in the Niger Delta during the meeting.
During the consideration of the report on the bill, the Senators who spoke against the bill said the Federal Government’s proposal will further deplete resources to the states and local governments.
The NUC said: “The commission has also observed some parastatals and institutes awarding these same postgraduate degrees, either on their own or through unapproved affiliation with Nigerian and foreign universities.
Moshood said in the statement: “The candidates who were successful in the physical and credentials screening stage have been notified through text messages. However, those who did not receive the message can check for their exam centres…
Olusegun Adekunle, Permanent Secretary, Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, made this known in a statement made available to newsmen on Thursday in Abuja.
Making the call in Bauchi on Thursday at the opening ceremony of a meeting of the NUJ Central Working Committee, he observed that Bauchi was the only state in the North-East zone that had not started implementing it.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that aggrieved policemen had in May staged a protest at the OAGF, to demand explanation on discrepancies in their salaries after moving from GIFMIS to IPPIS platform.
The Red Chamber also urged the Ministry of Power, Works and Housing to direct Yola Electricity Distribution Company to facilitate restoration of power to the city and environs.
The upper chamber also urged the government to ensure that the remaining Chibok schoolgirls, among those abducted in April, 2014 and still in Boko Haram custody, were released.
They said NANS had patiently watched how after five years of graduation, the NOUN law graduates had been denied admission into the Nigerian Law School as provided in the NOUN students handbook, which is a legally binding contract.
Lawyers for Bodo had accused Shell of trying to kill off the legal case by seeking a court order that would have meant the community had to meet onerous conditions before it could revive its litigation, which is currently on hold.
Others granted bail are: Ibrahim Gidado, a former Information Commissioner, Sokoto State Chairman and Treasurer of PDP, Ibrahim Milgoma and Nasiru Dhalhatu, as well as the PDP state governorship candidate in 2015, Abdallah Wali.
The Chief of Army of Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tuku Buratai, gave the pledge at the launch of a book entitled: “Introduction to Military Law Practices and Procedure in Nigeria’’ in Abuja.