Wednesday, 8th December 2021
Breaking News:


14 Nov 2017
No fewer that 400 serving deputy directors in the Federal Civil Service have petitioned the presidency and the National Assembly alleging denial of promotions to the next rank. 
9 Nov 2016
As the number of the unemployed in the country continues to rise due to downsizing in the productive and services’ sectors, the Federal Government may find it difficult ...
3 Nov 2016
Delay in appointing the next Auditor General of the Federation (AGF) might be causing ripples at the presidency.
6 Oct 2016
Many applicants for the recently published vacancies in government ministries by the Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC) are experiencing difficulties accessing the website created for the recruitment.
4 Oct 2016
It is, indeed, fitting that a perception of the performance of the almost one and a half-year old Muhammadu Buhari administration is now being shaped by the parlous state of the economy ...
13 Sep 2016
The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related Offences Commission (ICPC) has launched an inquiry into alleged malpractices in recruitment into the Federal Civil ...
31 May 2016
The tide may be beginning to turn and the fight against corruption would seem to have started yielding some results. A statement on this was made the other day when a former accountant with the...


A Federal High Court, Abuja, on Wednesday, ordered the Department of State Services (DSS) to pay the Convener, #RevolutionNow, Omoyele Sowore, the sum of N2 million over the unlawful seizure of his mobile phone in 2019 at the point of his arrest.
7 mins ago
Malawi police have arrested a former finance minister and an ex-central bank chief for fabricating figures in a bid to impress the IMF, they said on Wednesday.
8 mins ago
Nigerian states and the federal government have been using surveillance technologies to snoop on citizens' data and communications on their devices, according to a report. A report by the Action Group on Free Civic Space said the government is using the technologies to track down rights activists, journalists, opposition politicians, and other targeted citizens. The…
15 mins ago
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said Wednesday that he was returning to Addis Ababa from the battlefront after pro-government forces claimed major advances in their fight against Tigrayan rebels.
27 mins ago
Saudi Arabia's de facto leader pressed on with a Gulf tour Wednesday after French police said they had arrested a suspect linked to the notorious killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.