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18 Feb 2015
DELTA State Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan has assured that the state owned Training Centre for Arts and Craft, Emede in Isoko South Local Council would soon be put to use.   Uduaghan who spoke during an inspection of the project said that everything that was required for the centre to be used by the beneficiaries have…
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16 Feb 2015
  RENEWED clamour for gender equality especially in the work place is gathering sustained momentum in different spheres of the global economy. From politics to economy, engineering, academic, among others, women are making significant contributions to the growth and development of societies.     A new study conducted by the International Labour Organization (ILO) Bureau…
16 Feb 2015
THERE are indications that the Federal Government may truncate the industrial atmosphere in the polytechnics nationwide once again as a result of suspension of the implementation of CONTISS 15.   Subsequent upon this, the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP), Non Academic Staff Union and Associated Institutions (NASU) and the Senior Staff Association of Nigeria…
16 Feb 2015
THE Association of Professional Bodies of Nigeria (APBN) has bemoaned the spate at which government engage the services of foreign professional to manage critical sectors of the economy.      The President of the Association, Foluso Fasoto stated this at the 2015 first quarter board meeting held at the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS) secretariat…
16 Feb 2015
THE All Nigerian Confederation of Principals of Secondary Schools (ANCOPPS) has called on Federal Government to establish a commission to oversee secondary education in the country. National President of ANCOPPS which is the umbrella body for all secondary school principals in the country, Hajiya Fatima Abdurahman made the call in Abuja when she led national…
16 Feb 2015
 THE Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) has urged youths in the Niger Delta region of the country to make themselves available to harness the opportunities in the oil and gas industry through the Nigerian content policy of the federal government.      And at a stakeholders Forum organised by the Board in Benin…
16 Feb 2015
 THE Federal Government has urged young Nigerians in the Diaspora to enroll in the Government’s youth enterprise promotion initiatives as a means of deepening the administration’s job creation efforts.  The Minister of State for Finance,  Bashir Yuguda who stated this while speaking in Dubai at a town hall meeting with Nigerians resident in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) encouraged…
16 Feb 2015
THE commandant general of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps {NSCDC}, Ade Abolurin, has reiterated need for personal and security training for Nigerians.        The training according to him should include basic security tips, basic self defence tactics, adding that it should be incorporated in the larger plans as part of effort to…
16 Feb 2015
LAGOS State governor, Babatunde Fashola (SAN) has urged civil servants to renew commitment to hard work and efficient service delivery in the state.   Fashola spoke in at the “Pens-Down Ceremony” organised in honour of the state’s 17th Head of Service, Josephine Oluseyi Williams.   Williams, who was appointed in October 2013, retires on February…
16 Feb 2015
NIGERIAN engineers have been challenged to make a mark in the world of science and technology while also making scientific discoveries which is capable of earning them Nobel Laureates in science and putting the country in the world map of science.      They have also been urged not to see the acquirement of their…
16 Feb 2015
MEMBERS of Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN), at the weekend described last Thursday’s botched election of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) as an embarrassment.    In a statement signed on-behalf of MWUN by its President-General, Emmanuel Tony Nted, the union demanded for a thorough investigation into the alleged printing of multiple ballot papers with different…
16 Feb 2015
THE President and Chairman of Council of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) Ademola Olorunfemi has been appointed to the CG-LA Advisory Board for the 2015 Strategic Top 100 Global Infrastructure Report. The Executive Director of CG-LA Inc., a United States-based Infrastructure Research and Development organization, said Olorunfemi’s appointment was informed by his valuable participation…

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