Keyamo made the call at a one-day summit in Calabar, Cross River State to launch decent jobs in the Gulf Nations and work-study programme in the United States, Canada, and the European Union, with the theme: “Utilising the gains of migration to advance economic development of Nigeria.”
The agency gave the warning during a sensitisation rally in Watt Market in Calabar.
This was made known during the formal opening of the EducationUSA Centre at the American Space on Friday in Calabar, Cross River State.
Ajibola Abayomi, President of JIFORM, comprising over 300 journalists spread across the continents covering migration matters, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday.
The Officer Commanding, 13 Brigade Provost Company, Major Stanley Ikpeme, handed over the suspects to the police on behalf of the Commander, 13 Brigade, Nigerian Army, Calabar, Brigadier General Mohammed Abdullahi, at the Brigade barracks on Friday in Calabar.
Bishop Emmah Isong, PFN’s National Publicity Secretary, said this at a press briefing in Calabar, Cross River State on Friday.
In a statement issued in Calabar on Monday, the command noted that it had been earlier reported erroneously that 19 suspects escaped from cells in some social media platforms.
The upper chamber gave the charge during plenary on Tuesday following consideration of two separate motions brought to the floor by Senators Biodun Olujimi (PDP-Ekiti South) and Gershom Bassey (PDP-Cross River South).
Aniwe, who said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Calabar, Cross River State, however, disclosed that the distribution company had over 850,000 metering gap.
Commenting on the Nigeria nation-state, late Chief Obafemi Awolowo, wrote as follows: “It has been estimated that there are about 250 national or ethnic groups in the country – each with its own distinct language…’ In any case, there are ten principal national groups namely: Hausa/Fulani, Yoruba, Igbo, Efik/Ibibio, Kanuri, Tiv, Ijaw, Edo, Urhobo, Nupe etc. These ten and the other national groups, who are still to be identified separately, are diverse in their origins, and speak different languages. In many respects, their cultural patterns, political institutions, social standards and customary usages differ very widely.” (Awolowo: 1966).
The Minister visited the West African Examination Council office, which was burnt down, including thousands of certificates that were yet to be collected.
The protesters also destroyed valuables and equipment worth millions of Naira at the office of the Department of Petroleum Resources, warehouse in the Ministry of Works, Commercial Transport Regulatory Agency, Value Mart Supermarket and Cross River Newspaper Corporation, publishers of Chronicle.
Ani Essien, a Special Adviser on Security to the Governor who led the team, said the enforcement became necessary to ensure total compliance with government directive on tax exemption in the state.
Presenting the award in Calabar, Mr Osemudiamen Ogbidi, the Programme Officer of the foundation, said it was in recognition of the reporter’s bravery and commitment to the journalism profession.
Its Chairman, Dr. Aniekan Brown, at a media briefing on Monday in Uyo, specifically accused the University administrators of “rigging the processes”.
The command Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Irene Ugbo, said in a statement in on Sunday that the suspects were nine men and two women.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that due to the protest, a lot of commuters were stranded at bus stops in Calabar, while many trekked to their different destinations.
The Uyo Zonal Commander of the agency, Nduka Nwawene, made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Calabar.
The fire, which started from one of the shops in the fruit section, spread to other shops and destroyed goods worth millions of Naira, including vital properties.
Briefing newsmen on Tuesday in Calabar, the Commander of NNVS, Rear Admiral Vincent Okeke, said the suspects were arrested on Sunday through a tip off by concerned individuals.