The Federal Government has began payment of N5,000 stipend to poor households in Federal Capital Territory, FCT. As part of measures of to reduce the effects of the total lockdown.
The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs [...]
Chief Convener of the Niger Delta MSME Summit/Exhibition 2020, Moses Siasia, has announced the postponement of the summit.
In statement, he said the development was informed by the rising cases of coronavirus in Nigeria.
The statement reads: ‘‘This is to inform you that the N [...]
The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouq, has said that it will continue to be part of the ongoing interventions of the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19 with focus on vulnerable groups in the country.[...]
The President of Commonwealth Medical Association, Dr. Osahon Enabulele, has called on the federal government to step up her efforts and deploy more facilities and resources to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Enabulele made the call after he undertook an inspection tour of the isolation centre [...]
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria, SON, is combining efforts with the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC, to promote local content on the production of electrical materials and exportation of certified made in Nigeria products.
Both agencies rekindled the partnership during a [...]
The customary court sitting in Keffi, Nasarawa state, has dissolved the 14-year-old marriage between Kafayat Olawoyin and her husband, Kazeem Olawoyin.
Kafayat, who dragged her husband to court, accused him of wickedness, brutality and violence.
The plaintiff added that her husband has b [...]
Global Rights Nigeria Office and Citizen Advocacy for Social and Economic Rights, in separate statements have called for an impartial investigation of the invasion of the Headquarters of National Human Rights Commission in Abuja, by operatives of the Nigeria Police Force.
Global Rights Nigeria [...]
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