The Plateau State Government on Monday rejected suggestions that its continuous sale of job application forms, since 2017, was targeted at extorting money from poor and desperate applicants.
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Employees under the SURE-P programme on Monday dragged the Federal and Plateau State Governments before a National Industrial Court sitting in Jos over alleged unpaid N400 million in salaries and allowances.
The Plateau Government has given permanent appointment to 300 ad hoc staff of the Ministry of Lands, Survey and Town Planning.
Yakubu Dati, Commissioner for Information and Communication, on Monday reminded the citizens of the ban, and warned against flouting it.
A statement by Abdullahi Abdullahi, Principal Assistant Registrar, Information and Publications, said one student was missing, while two others were injured
The Secretary to the State Government, Rufus Bature, made this known in a statement on Wednesday in Jos.
The Law gazette on June 27 is to protect women from all forms of discrimination in Politics, economy, traditions and social issues amongst others.
The US in a statement by Heather Nauert, Spokesperson for the US Department of State, said the perpetrators of the attacks should be brought to justice
Dashe Arlat, the Chairman, Plateau State Internal Revenue Service, made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Jos.
Chief Vonjen Lar, Chairman, Plateau State Teachers Service Commission, told the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Jos that the teachers were among the 834 engaged in February 2017, to teach in secondary schools.
Pam Botman, Commissioner for Works, said this on Tuesday in Jos during the inauguration of the state’s board of Road Maintenance Agency.
The Chairman, Plateau State chapter of the CAN, Rev. Soja Bewarang, gave this hint on Saturday at the third annual Plateau State prayer day organized by the state CAN in conjunction with the Plateau State Government
Kuden Kamshak, the State Commissioner of Health, gave the warning in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Pankshin.
Paul Sheku, the Chairman, Plateau Central Zone Committee on Payment of No-work-no-pay for Local Government Staff, disclosed this during the committee’s visit to the Chairman of Pankshin Local Government.
According to available information, the attack was carried out in the wee hours of Monday
The government, in a statement signed by Emmanuel Nanle, Director of Press Affairs, said that the action was to avert a further breakdown of law and order.
In a statement signed by Secretary to the State Government, Rufus Bature, government said it had also instructed security agents to take appropriate measures to prevent a recurrence of such incident in any part of the state.
“It is to facilitate access to quality education at the grassroots”, Prof. Mathew Sule, Executive Chairman, State Universal Basic Education Board, said in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Jos.
The VAIDS Scheme which was launched by the acting President, Yemi Osibanjo, on the 29th June 2017 to last for nine months is platform created for all eligible tax payers to rise up to their civic responsibilities of paying their taxes promptly.
Tamwakat Weli, the state Commissioner for Finance, who formally launched the scheme in Jos, appealed to tax payers to take advantage of the scheme to do the right thing.