No fewer than four persons, including an infant, died on Thursday in an accident involving a mini truck and a bus on Asaba-Ibusa -Warri road, Delta. Mr Uchechukwu Wihioka, The Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) In The Area Confirmed The Incident To The News Agency Of Nigeria (NAN) In Asaba.
As youths across Nigeria continue to agitate for a responsive Leadership driven by youths in all public and elective offices across Nigeria, a youth group known as PARADIGM SHIFT NIGERIA “Let The Youths Take The Lead” has called on youthful governance ahead of the forthcoming 2023 general elections.
On the 5th of February 2021, 1624 new confirmed cases and 9 deaths were recorded in Nigeria. Till date, 137654 cases have been confirmed, 111639 cases have been discharged and 1641 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.
There has been increased COVID-19 testing at the presidency since the outbreak of the second wave. State House Permanent Secretary, Tijjani Umar disclosed this on Tuesday.
For Davido Production Is Always 5 Star, The Standard Must Never Drops – The Best Video Review The Review, Creating a beautiful sound in a dark studio is one thing, translating that music to an appropriate video is another thing, Davido ’s “The Best” featuring Mayorkun is a song from his 2020 album “A Better Time” 2020. When this song became a favourite an almost outshine the buzzing song “FEM” at that time and also position Mayorkun as a gifted artist, It is no brainer that a video for the song will be released. Making an appearance is the legendary Wande Coal and it’s directed by Dammy Twitch.
The board of State Secondary Education Board (SSEB) in Akwa Ibom state has stated that it would give preference to first-class graduates in the ongoing recruitment of 1000 teachers to teach in Secondary schools in the state. Chairman of the board, Ekaette Ebong Okon, dropped the hint while interacting with Vanguard, flanked by members of the board, saying that the first-class graduates were the right calibre of people the board was looking for.
No fewer than 27 wedding guests have been kidnapped by gunmen along Wukari-Takum road in Taraba state. The council Chairman of Takum local government area, Shiban Tikari told newsmen that the 27 were abducted while returning to Takum.
Nigeria’s economy may be in a recession and the country may not have enough money to fund its 2021 budget but this has not deterred the Muhammadu Buhari administration from allocating its highest amount ever to the State House including the ‘presidential wing’ of a hospital the president seldom uses. President Muhammadu Buhari will spend N17.3 billion this year to run the State House, Nigeria’s seat of power, details of the assented 2021 budget have shown. About N3.4 billion of this approved expenditure will be spent on feeding and travel expenses for the offices of the president and the vice president. The former gets about N2.6 billion and the latter, about N873 million. The N17.3 billion is the highest amount budgeted for running of the nation’s headquarters since Mr Buhari assumed office in 2015, comparison of the approved budget figures in those years show. Last year, Nigeria’s administrative centre had N14.6 billion for its running. This was an increase from the N13.7 billion in 2019; N15.5 billion was allocated in 2018; in 2017, N13.6 billion was allocated; and N16.6 billion in 2016. These allocations are higher than what was earmarked in the latter years of Mr Buhari’s predecessor, Goodluck Jonathan, who in 2014, approved N12.2 billion for the State House and N6.6 billion in 2015. The 2021 allocation covers the State House Headquarters, the president’s office and the office of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. It also covers the budgets of the State House medical centre, the offices of the chief of staff and chief security officer and the Lagos liaison office. The breakdown of the allocation shows that the State House Headquarters and its medical centre will spend about N11.1 billion and N641.2 million on their activities respectively. The president approved about N3.8 billion for his office, while N1.1 billion has been penned for the vice president’s office. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on WhatsApp
A video currently trending on social media is of an indoor meeting held to discuss solutions to Fulanis atrocities in the country. According to the video, it’s been alleged that the Federal Government of Nigeria held an indoor meeting with some stakeholders on Fulani’s demand.
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