The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, said this when he receiviced a delegation of the Organisation of the Trade Union of West Africa (OTUWA) in his office on Friday in Abuja.
The last dozen years must go down as our new reality as insecurity has consumed the entire country. Crime is going up, and government seems helpless as almost all forms of criminality are growing on a daily basis.
Flash back to May 29, 2015 when General Muhammadu Buhari was sworn in as president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. A nation, anticipating a redemptive government, waited with baited breath for the inaugural speech of the former military dictator, now a rebranded, born-again democrat.
Insecurity, no doubt, is one of the major challenges facing the country today. In fact, for over a decade, Nigeria has been disturbed by activities of Boko Haram and their ISWAP counterparts...
Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) has sealed 650 pharmacies and patent medicines outlets in Kaduna State, some of which it said were illegally selling substances of abuse to the public
Christians and other religious adherents resident in Kaduna State are all apprehensive of the state of insecurity in the country.
The Revenue Mobilization Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) carry a huge burden of responsibility to ensure that the distribution of the consolidated revenue fund is fair
The 17th All Nigerian Editors’ Conference has called for healthy and harmonious collaboration between the media and security agencies in the fight against insecurity across the country
The Conference of Speakers of State Legislatures of Nigeria and the Katsina State Governor, Aminu Masari have decried the negative trend of insecurity in the nation.
Sen. Ali Ndume, Chairman, Senate Committee on Army, has said that insecurity in Nigeria is reducing with hope that it will completely be eliminated.
The very serious trust deficit between the leadership and the people they lead today, the widespread perception of injustice and inequity in the distribution of opportunities
Due to rising insecurity across the country, Imo State House of Assembly, yesterday, passed a bill for a law to supplement the 2021 budget with N31,909,038,590.