Lagos, investors’ partnership yields 712 new homes
The Lagos State Government has announced the completion of about 712 new homes this year through a partnership with private investors. The Commissioner for Housing, Mr. Akinderu-Fatai, who disclosed this during a media chat pledged to provide affordable and decent housing for the citizenry and reduce the deficit in the state. According to Akinderu-Fatai, a…
Lawan chides banks for aiding graft in civil service
President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, yesterday chided the nation’s banks for aiding and abetting corruption through shady deals they engage in with civil servants
Kano government promotes over 249 civil servants
The Kano State government has approved the promotion of 249 civil servants in various ministries, departments, and agencies in the state. The Chairman of the state Civil Service Commission, Mr Bello Kiru, made the disclosure in a statement issued at the end of the commission’s meeting on the senior staff promotion exercise, on Thursday in…
Oyo approves promotion, gratuity for 97 workers dismissed in 2012
Oyo State government has approved the notational promotion and payment of gratuities to civil servants dismissed in 2012 but recalled by the present administration in the state.
Kaduna State civil servants to resume Monday
Kaduna State Government has directed its civil servants to report to work on Monday, after working for over three months from home.
‘Civil servants have tremendous roles to play in ensuring due process’
Former National President of Nigeria Veterinary National Association (NVNA), Dr. Edgar Amos Sunday, is currently the Head of Service (HoS), Adamawa State. In this interview with Mansur Aramide
Bagudu approves N2.4bn for payment of gratuities to retirees
Gov. Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi has approved N2.4 billion for the immediate payment of gratuities to retired State Civil Servants, Local Government and Local Government Education Authorities retirees.
Kogi hospital rejects corpse of suspected COVID-19 victim
The General Hospital, Egbe in Yagba West Council of Kogi State yesterday turned down the request for deposit of a corpse in its mortuary on suspicion of coronavirus.
Rivers workers demand salaries before lockdown
Civil servants in Rivers State have appealed to the government to pay them the March salary to enable them buy food and avoid severe hunger during the stay-at-home order
Loving your spouse despite work schedule
Some days ago, I told my wife that we needed to chill out to free our minds from work. In mark 6:31, Jesus said to His disciples after a very hectic season of work “Come away… into a desert place, and rest a while: for there were many coming and going, and they had no…