Browsing: Festus Keyamo

The tweet, which was posted on Tuesday, read in part: “Many of those misbehaving today are too young to be aware of the destruction and loss of lives that occurred during the Nigerian Civil War. Those of us in the fields for 30 months, who went through the war, will treat them in the language they understand.”

He spoke in Calabar while delivering a presentation titled Exploring Regular Migration/Assisted Voluntary Returnees and Reintegration To Reshape Economy And Human Development during the Cross River State Migration summit held on April 22.

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 love affair between Dipo and Jumoke, the child’s mother, had been steamy and passionate. Jumoke’s mother fully supported the affair. Not only was he a comely lad, he had also been a promising young man from a good family in Ondo State. Graduating first-class in Engineering from the University of Ife, he had ventured into Accounting and quickly became a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria.

Festus Keyamo, Minister of State, Labour and Employment, confirmed the appointment in a letter titled “Appointment as Acting Director General of National Directorate of Employment” and addressed to Fikpo on Wednesday in Abuja.

The strongest point about the average Nigerian is that he or she is resilient, long-suffering, yet ever ready to give up a little comfort for the country’s sake. Nigerian leaders do not show as much readiness or patriotism in the same manner

Keyamo spoke eloquently and in defence of the downtrodden, challenged the lawmakers who, as usual, wanted to determine those who will be employed by this Federal Government’s job intervention exercise. At no time in this digital age did Keyamo receive so much praise and admiration from Nigerians who still remember his vigorous campaigns to bring about political change and accountability during the military rule.