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FG releases common entrance results, says Sokoto indigene got highest score

Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, has released the 2022 results of the National Common Entrance Examination (NECO) to the 104 unity colleges across the country. Represented by David Adejo, the permanent secretary in the ministry, Mr Adamu said one Ajidapa Mariam, an indigene of Sokoto, got the highest scores of 201, while Idara Obot from […]

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FG orders DisCos to resume free metre distribution

…45 local metre manufacturers jostle for FG’s contract The Federal Government has given instructions to electricity distribution companies to resume the Metre Assets Providers programme, recently slowed down by the National Mass Metering Programme. Although the DisCos’ MAP has been in existence for some years, the NMMP programme under the office of Vice President Yemi […]

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Strike: We’re waiting to hear from FG, says ASUU

The striking Academic Staff Union of Universities has said it is awaiting the response of the Federal Government on its demands. It has been reported that the Federal Government’s renegotiation committee headed by Prof. Nimi Briggs met with ASUU leadership on Monday in continuation of the renegotiation of the FGN-ASUU 2009 agreements with the four […]

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FG reviews Lagos child rights law

The Federal Ministry of Women Affairs has embarked on an environmental impact assessment to review its report on the Child Rights Law in Lagos State. The Minister of Women Affairs, Pauline Tallen, according to a statement on Monday, stated this during a meeting held with state directors of child development in Lagos to finalise the […]

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60 SANs storm court for legal battle against FG, NASS on judges’ salary

No fewer than sixty Senior Advocates of Nigeria (SANs) have stormed the National Industrial Court in Abuja for a legal battle against the Federal Government on the poor salaries of Nigerian Judges. The senior lawyers are to battle the Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF), National Judicial Council (NJC) and the National Assembly (NASS) in a […]

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