The Speaker of the Assembly, Alhaji Ibrahim Abdullahi, made the disclosure at an emergency plenary in Lafia after the Majority Leader, Alhaji Tanko Tunga (APC-Awe North), presented a letter of request on the issue to Governor Umaru…
MAN President, Dr Frank Jacobs, said in a statement in Lagos, that the savings could be channeled into sectors with multiplying revenue generation capacity like agriculture, production and manufacturing.
Ayatse gave the assurance on Friday in Makurdi, when he led the Benue Council of Traditional Rulers on a sympathy visit to Abagena Internally Displaced Persons camp to present relief materials to the Displaced Persons in Makurdi and Guma…
Olasunkanmi Dunmoye, a Town Planner and the South West Zonal Director, NHP disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Lagos.
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.
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 Minister of State II for Power, Works and Housing, Alhaji Suleiman Zarma, said this while inspecting the Igbogbo/Bayeku Prototype Housing Scheme on Thursday.
Mustapha made the call at the 6th Quarterly Meeting of Secretaries to State Governments of APC states, and said that such alignments would engender effective delivery of the party’s manifestos.
He stated this at the construction site at Adumbu village, near Papalanto in Ogun, saying that the Federal Government had resolved the issue of utilities such as underground pipes, gas lines and cables.
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.
Zarma who stated this on Thursday in Lagos while inspecting the project, said that an additional 48 months had been added to the completion period of the project.
Lawrence Ojabo, Director Press, Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, made the announcement in a statement on Thursday in Abuja.
Soyinka gave the advice on Thursday in Makurdi when he visited Benue Governor, Samuel Ortom.