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I Am Still Gathering Evidence On Edo State Governorship Election -osagie Ize-iyamu;
In a news update, the candidate for the Edo State concluded governorship election in All Progressive Congress (APC) Party Osagie Ize-Iyamu briefs the public on the steps of his lawyers to follow the due process on the September 19 governorship election.
The APC candidate lost to Godwin Obaseki who is now the serving governor of the state from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Ize-Iyamu assures the public that though his party lost in the elections, he looks forward to gather enough solid evidence to charge a lawsuit which is accepted by the rule of law.
This shows a spirit of respect – for the penal laws of the land but is they still reasons for this action?
Vice President Osibanjo to the Youths: You have what it takes to move us away from unproductive attitudes;
The current Vice President of Nigeria Professor Yemi Osibanjo spoke to the masses via the virtual presentation which he tagged ‘A unified, peaceful and prosperous Nigeria’, about the future of the country which is in the hands of the citizens.
He clarified himself on the basics of commentary from the people but stressed much of the future of the Nigerian economic sector which is much in the hands of the viable youths. He views that this generation of youth has all the tools to vie for a strong economy to make a big change in the productivity.
Professor Yemi Osibanjo stated that “As Nigeria seeks to find her proper place in the world in the 21st century, you are our nation’s most important resource. It is because of you that a united, peaceful and prosperous Nigeria is very possible”. He sees the youth as the backbone of the Nigerian nation.
NEWSPetrol price: TUC reacts as Buhari compares Nigeria with Saudi Arabia;
The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) were not happy at the speech the President Muhammadu Buhari gave on Yesterday’s Independence day concerning the Saudi Arabian oil price with that of Nigeria. The TUC frowned at the speech, seeing Nigeria as not to be compared with the Saudi in terms of oil.stability.
Buhari in his words stated that “In the circumstances, a responsible government must face realities and take tough decisions.” and also mentioned that the price of oil will be increased to 161 per liter. But the President of TUC Quadri Olaleye said Nigeria shouldn’t be compared to these nations because they have no achievement in the oil sector not minding being six years in the business. He says that it is like comparing whites and blacks and thereby sounds so ridiculous.
BREAKING: Nigerian government orders reopening of all schools;
The minister for Education had instructed every school including secondary and tertiary institutions to obey the words of the government by reopening the schools in the country.
Recall that the schools were closed for almost 6 months because of the coronavirus in the country and recently have resumed to meet up with the educational year calendar. Much efforts have been made by the federal unit to make sure every student is back to school but their issue with ASUU remains unsolved for the federal tertiary institutions.
Professor Adamu Adamu stated on Friday, that the Unity schools around the nation will be resuming on the 12th of October 2020. We are yet to get much updates on the tertiary section.
This is a great improvement in the country.
Nigerian govt launches N75bn support package for 333,000 transporters, artisans;
The Nigerian government has granted a 75 billion Naira for Medium Small and Micro Enterprises (MSMEs) Survival Fund. This is a support package targeted for over 9000 beneficiaries in all the 36 states of the country to help alleviate or reduce poverty to its lowest level in the state.
For the main time, the scheme is scheduled for mechanics, taxi drivers, ride share drivers, hairdressers, ‘Keke NAPEP’ riders, Okada riders, plumbers and electricians as stated by Mrs Katagum. The Federal government will assist immensely for the registration which will formally commence on Monday.
Every Nigerian hopes to benefit from this opportunity and surely use it as a source of income.
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