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Confronting Terrorism In The Lake Chad Basin- The Multinational Joint Taskforce In Perspective

Confronting Terrorism In The Lake Chad Basin- The Multinational Joint Taskforce In Perspective By Major General Abdul Khalifa Ibrahim The Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) in its present form was reorganized and re-operationalized in 2015. It has its headquarters in N’djamena Chad and former Nigerian Army Chief, Lieutenant General Tukur …

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NYSC Lauds Governor Sule’s Efforts On Security

NYSC Lauds Governor Sule’s Efforts On Security Alhaji Abdullahi Jikamshi, Coordinator of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Nasarawa state has applauded the efforts of Governor Abdullahi Sule in improving the security of the state. Jikamshi gave the commendation at the closing ceremony of the 2022 Batch C Stream …

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2023 Census: We lCan Not Access Effium, Ezza-Effium Communities, NPC Cry Out

2023 Census: We lCan Not Access Effium, Ezza-Effium Communities, NPC Cry Out From Amarachukwu Egwu-Agha, Abakaliki National Population Commission(NPC) Ebonyi state secretariat has said that it could not access the warring Effium and Ezza-Effium communities in the Ohaukwu local government of the state. The Federal Commissioner in charge of NPC …

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Premiere Academy: Court Compels Gbajabiamila, House Of Reps To Conduct Public Hearing On Keren Rape

Premiere Academy: Court Compels Gbajabiamila, House Of Reps To Conduct Public Hearing On Keren Rape   Three hundred and forty-five days after refusing to comply with its own resolution to conduct investigative public hearing into the rape and death of 14year old boarding student of Premiere Academy, Lugbe, Abuja, Miss …

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FIRS Opens 25 New Satellite Tax Offices Across Nigeria

FIRS Opens 25 New Satellite Tax Offices Across Nigeria Officially launches, Micro and Small Tax Office, Epe, Lagos … The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), has announced the opening of 25 new Tax Offices across the country. These new Tax Offices, approved by the Muhammad Nami led management, are part …

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Vandalisation: Court Threatens To Revoke Defendant’s Bail Absence During Trial

Vandalisation: Court Threatens To Revoke Defendant’s Bail Absence During Trial Federal High Court setting in Lafia, Nasarawa State has threatened to revoke the bail of defendants facing trail for alleged vandalism of rail slippers if any of them fail to be present in court in the next adjourned date. Justice …

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FG Begins Screening Of 15, 000 Applicants In Nasarawa Under T-MAX

FG Begins Screening Of 15, 000 Applicants In Nasarawa Under T-MAX The Federal Government (FG)) under project TVET Maximization (T-MAX) has begun the screening of over 15, 000 applicants in Nasarawa State to be equipped with various skills as part of commitment to lift 100 million people out of poverty. …

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FG Proposes Mandatory Training For Labour Leaders

FG Proposes Mandatory Training For Labour Leaders The Federal Government has proposed a mandatory eight weeks course at the Michael Imoudu National Institute of Labour Studies (MINILS), for all newly elected labour leaders in the country. The Minister of Labour and Employment, Sen. Chris Ngige disclosed this, Monday, during the …

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ITUC- Africa Frowns At Renew Attacks On Qatar Labour Laws Reform

ITUC- Africa Frowns At Renew Attacks On Qatar Labour Laws Reform The International Trade unions Confederation , Africa regional office has frowned at what they described as a renew attacks on the Qatari labour laws . The Deputy General Secretary ITUC-Africa, Comrade Joel Odigie while reacting to the recent attacks …

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Atiku Youth Group Tasks Youths In North Central To Admonish Ortom On Resent Comments

Atiku Youth Group Tasks Youths In North Central To Admonish Ortom On Resent Comments The recently appointed Director General, Atiku Youth Wing, Comrade Rowland Odih, has called on young people living within North Central region to engage Governor Samuel Ortom on his recent comments which according to him tilted towards …

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