Government may withhold stipends of 14000 N-Power beneficiaries
About 14000 N-Power beneficiaries who were omitted by the office of the Accountant General of the Federation (AGF) during the payments from March to June 2020 may have their stipends withheld. The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Farouq, who gave the hint, said the affected beneficiaries, who are in Batch…
‘How commodities exchanges can boost forex, export’
Top securities dealers in Nigeria have urged the Federal government to expand agriculture, to create job opportunities for youths, and leverage commodities exchanges to grow
Real Madrid Academy Port Harcourt thrills Inter-Party Advisory Council
Members of the Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC), an umbrella body of all the political parties in the country, could not contain their excitement as they hailed the vision
‘Fintiri is redefining approach to public service’
One thing most aides to Governor Ahmadu Fintri have not failed to notice is the governor’s resilience and style of leadership. The workaholic governor has in the past
Economic stimulus: Osinbajo’s committee receives three reports
The Economic Sustainability Committee (ESC) headed by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo says its three sub-committees have submitted their reports for review.
National policy on skill acquisition for youths - Part 3
Continued from yesterday With their proficiency, some Tech-U students engage in technical jobs outside the university at their leisure. The Students’ Start-Up Fund to has been helpful for innovative students who have ideas that have already been transformed into startups. The fact is that two things happen when the entrepreneurial capacity of youths is developed;…
Delta kicks off job creation scheme with 810 youths
The Delta State government will today inaugurate the 2019/2020 cycle of its job creation scheme with 810 youths.
‘Local chemical production to check $1.4b importation’
With the importation of chemicals rising to $1.4 billion in 2019, according to World Bank estimates, local producers believe that a backward integration exercise will address heavy dependence