Nigeria: Country Saved By Strikes

By Oji Odu Why must government only understand the language of strikes and election? Why is it that it is only within this period that government listens and tries to be people oriented? And why should it be that it is only at this period that actions of Nigerians make government to either do the right things or repair damages? The recent agreement by Federal Government to pay the N30,000 new minimum wage as agreed between it and organised labour is one of the cases in the Nigerian history as…

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Oshiomhole in DSS Net, Refuses To Resign as Buhari Hosts Prince Charles.

By Uche Mbah Indications are that Adams Oshiomhole, the embattled National Chairman of the All Progressives congress, APC, may have reached a new low in his relationship with the governors under the aegis of the party who are battling him over his conduct of party primaries. Early this week, he was said to have been arrested by the Directorate of State services, DSS, based on petitions by the governors that he took bribes in connection with the primaries. bribery of the magnitude being spoken about should ordinarily fall under the…

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“Be Your Brother’s Keeper”: Mohammed Increases Security Consciousness At FOU

By Stephen Ubanna Adamu Aliyu Mohammed,  a former Comptroller , Seme Command, and now Comptroller Federal Operations Unit, FOU, Zone A,  may have come with very  high hopes  of fostering  good working relationships between officers and men of the  Command in order  to translate to improved performance . His ambition, according to a source, was to beat the  track records of Mohammed Uba Garba, a former  Comptrollers of the Command and who incidentally is the new Comptroller of Seme Command.  He however could beat his chest that  he was on…

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