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FG Tasked On How To Check Rising Insecurity

LAGOS  – The Federal Government has been urged to involve the people at the grassroots and security forces in state and local levels to check the rising spate of insecu­rity in Nigeria High Chief Jude Chidera Eze, Chairman and CEO of 19BG Electric Company Limit­ed, was speaking at the Universi­ty of Lagos, Akoka, on Saturday

Wike Wants Roads To Be Named After Achebe, Clark

Abuja – The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Barr Nyesom Wike, has requested President Bola Tinubu to name two roads in the Guzape Dis­tricts after renowned Nigerian literary figures Chinua Achebe and J.P. Clark. Achebe was a celebrated novelist and poet, and a central figure in modern African liter­ature, while Clark was a

MAN Faults Minimum Wage Negotiations Without Its Involvement

OWERRI – The Manufacturers As­sociation of Nigeria (MAN) has faulted the ongoing national minimum wage negotiations without its inputs, arguing that whatever may be the amount arrived at as the minimum wage without its involvement may impact negatively on the nation’s economy and will likely increase the number of unem­ployed youths. Obasi Ubah, Chairman of

Labour Party’s Fortune Rises As Over 3,000 Embrace Party In Mushin — Ayanlola

LAGOS  – Hon. Tokunbo Paul Ayanlola, a Labour Party (LP) chieftain and the party’s 2023 House of Assem­bly candidate for the Mushin Constituency seat, has said that over 3,000 people have joined the party in his area. Speaking with Sunday Inde­pendent in Lagos, Hon. Ayam­lola, who is a Chairmanship aspirant, said the significant addition signified

Kurunmi’ Takes Centre Stage At Alliance Francaise

LAGOS – Stage Craft Studio presents a riveting theatrical experience with ‘Kurunmi’, the Yoruba War General, a historical play by the legendary playwright, Ola Rotimi. Set to grace the stages of Alliance Francaise and Terra Kulture on June 13-14 and July 20-21, 2024, this production promises an immersive jour­ney into Nigeria’s rich cultural heritage. Michelle

MEEI Urges Tinubu To Strengthen Bilateral Relations With Turkey

LAGOS  – The Mindshift Empowerment and Employment Initiative (MEEI) a nonprofit organisation has appealed to President Bola Tinubu to further strengthen bi­lateral relations with Turkey to harness huge trade and growth opportunities between Nigeria and the country to bridge invest­ment gaps. Ambassador Martins Ehizo­gie Arebun, President, MEEI Programme made the call during the Turkey -Nigeria

Democracy Day In Nigeria Is Deceitful – Onovo

…Says Nigeria Practising Civilian Dictatorship LAGOS  – Chief Martin Onovo, the 2015 presidential candidate of the National Conscience Party (NCP), has said that Democracy Day which Nigerians will soon celebrate on June 12, is deceitful, stressing that there is no real de­mocracy in the country. Onovo, currently Head, Poli­cy Positions, Movement for Fun­damental Change (MFC),

Nigerians Are Running Out Of Patience, Critics Warn TinubuWarn Tinubu

…Say Citizens Losing Faith In Administration…Urge Economic Team To Return To Drawing Board LAGOS – Analysts have warned President Bola Tinubu to move fast in address­ing the deplorable con­ditions of Nigerians as cost of living becomes untamable. Speaking exclusively with Sunday Independent, the ana­lysts said Nigerians were going through a period of pessimism and loss

Coalition Of Socialist Groups Calls Out Nigerians For Nationwide Peaceful Protests On June 12Peaceful 12

…Says Tinubu’s Neo-Liberia Policies Have Not Resolved Any Problem LAGOS – A coalition of socialist groups has called on Nigerians to join in nationwide peaceful protests on June 12 Democracy Day to demand improved life for citizens. Speaking during a press brief­ing at the International Press Centre (IPC), Ogba, Lagos, on the state of the

Labour Chides Governors Over Rejection Of N60,000 Minimum Wage

…Asks Them To Cut Cost, Contain Corruption ABUJA – The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has said it is alarmed by the statement credit­ed to the Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) that state gov­ernments cannot afford to pay N60,000 as minimum wage as “a few states will end up borrowing to pay workers every month.” Benson Upah,

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