N’Assembly commends Ugwuanyi’s development strides in Enugu
The leadership of the National Assembly has said Enugu State Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi’s development strides demonstrate that it could produce one of the best governors in Nigeria and Africa.
Students return home as Enugu government shifts reopening of schools
There was no resumption of schools in Enugu State yesterday, as some students who had gone to their schools in anticipation of the reopening, were sent back home on the orders of the state government.
Ugwuanyi orders civil servants to resume work on Monday
Enugu State Governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has directed civil servants in the state to resume work on Monday, August 3, 2020. He gave the directive through the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Professor Simon Ortuanya. In the statement in Enugu, he advised returning civil servants to observe all Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) protocols…
Ugwuanyi signs revised 2020 budget of N146b into law
The Enugu State Government, yesterday, signed its revised 2020 appropriation bill of N146b into law. The previous budget of N169.5b was reduced by N23b representing 13.67 per cent slash.
Ugwuanyi probes World Bank’s rural projects in Enugu
Enugu State Governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, yesterday, set up a committee to investigate the jobs being executed in rural areas under the Rural Access Mobility Project...
Minimum Wage: NUT issues strike notice to Enugu Govt.
The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), Enugu State Wing, says primary school teachers in the state will embark on strike, if the state government fails to pay them the new minimum wage before school resumption.
Enugu may impose fresh safety measures over rising COVID-19 cases
The Enugu State government may impose fresh guidelines and safety measures in its efforts to contain further spread of coronavirus in the state. Insisting that this followed the rise in the number of infections, it explained that as at yesterday....
Enugu to take over care of tortured girl
The Enugu State Government has promised to take care of the10-year-old househelp, Miss Nneoma Nnadi, who was maltreated by her guardians, Mrs. Ifeoma Ozougwu and her husband
Enugu considers fresh measures over rising cases of COVID-19
The Enugu State government yesterday declared its readiness to impose fresh safety measures that may include deploying military officers to enforce guidelines aimed at containing further spread of coronavirus in the state.