Home / News / People (page 2)

People

ASUP Faults VCs On Poly Lecturers Emoluments

ASUP Faults VCs On Poly Lecturers Emoluments The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has denied claim by the Committee of Vice Chancellors of Nigerian Universities (CVCNU) that Chief lecturers in Nigeria’s Polytechnics (and Colleges of Education) earn more than Professors in the nation’s Universities. According to a statement by …

Read More »

Unemployment: Google Empowers 60 Startups Across Africa

Unemployment: Google Empowers 60 Startups Across Africa In her efforts to bridge the gap of unemployment in Africa, Google has announced that 60 eligible #black-founded startups across Africa have been selected for the second cohort of Google for Startups Black Founders Fund (BFF) for Africa. Speaking at the unveiling of …

Read More »

2023: Ebonyi Youth Denies Endorsing Nwifuru

2023: Ebonyi Youth Denies Endorsing Nwifuru By Beverly Ehia, Abakaliki Youth group known as Unwu-Ekumenyi Youth Movement has distanced themselves from the said endorsement of Mr. Francis Nwifuru, the Ebonyi state governorship candidate of the All Progressive Congress(APC). In a statement signed by the President General of the group Samchi …

Read More »

COVID-19: NEPWAN Train Groups In Nasarawa To Utilise Grant Gor Better Healthcare

COVID-19: NEPWAN Train Groups In Nasarawa To Utilise Grant Gor Better Healthcare The Network of people Living with HIV and AIDS in Nigeria (NEPWAN) has trained 30 different advocacy groups and organizations in Nasarawa State for the implementation of Federal Government and Global Fund Multi Billion Naira Resilience and Sustainable …

Read More »

Ex Ebonyi SSG Wants Police To Investigate Removal, Destruction Of Billboard

Ex Ebonyi SSG Wants Police To Investigate Removal, Destruction Of Billboard From Beverly Egwu, Abakaliki The former Secretary to the Ebonyi state government and the governorship candidate of the All Progressive Grand Alliance(APGA) Prof Benard Odoh Tuesday called on the commissioner of police, Ebonyi state headquarters to investigate the removal …

Read More »

No Automatic Ticket To Heaven’- Rev. Fr Azige

No Automatic Ticket To Heaven’- Rev. Fr Azige Cathedral Administrator of St. William’s Cathedral Lafia, Nasarawa State, Rev. Fr Alfred Azige, has called on Nigerians to be good at all times as nobody would make heaven automatically irrespective of his status in the society. The cleric stated this during his …

Read More »

Licences Revocation: RATTAWU Urges NBC To Convoke Stakeholders Meeting

rattawu tenure elongation peoplereporters

Licences Revocation: RATTAWU Urges NBC To Convoke Stakeholders Meeting * warn against lost of jobs Radio Television Theatre Act Workers Union (RATTAWU ) has called on the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) to urgently summoned a stakeholders meeting to discuss challenges affecting broadcast stations in Nigeria. According to a statement signed …

Read More »

IPC Cautions NBC Over Revoking AIT, Others Licenses

IPC Cautions NBC  Over Revoking AIT, Others Licenses The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos-Nigeria has criticised the arbitrary approach of the NBC in revoking the licenses of alleged debtor broadcast stations. NBC announced the measure Nigerian today, Friday, August 19, 2022. A total of 52 stations (television and radio) are …

Read More »

Take 2023 General Elections Seriously, Bishop Ajang Tell Nigerians

Take 2023 General Elections Seriously, Bishop Ajang Tell Nigerians The Catholic Bishop of Lafia Diocese David Ajang, has called on Nigerians to take the 2023 general elections with every seriousness because it would go a long way to make or mar the future of the country. The Bishop made the …

Read More »

NLC Urges Akwa Ibom CJ Justice Obot To Release Effiong

NLC Urges Akwa Ibom CJ Justice Obot To Release Effiong The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has called on the Chief Judge of Akwa Ibom State, Justice Ekaette Obot to urgently release a Lawyer Barr Inibehe Effiong who was sentenced to one month imprisonment for contempt of court. Barr Effiong who …

Read More »