Borno commences payment of N1b gratuities to retirees
The Borno State Government has commenced payment of N1billion gratuities to retired workers in the civil service.
Borno begins payment of N1b gratuity to retirees
The Borno State Government yesterday commenced payment of N1 billion gratuities it owes retired workers, as part of the five-year N20 billion outstanding gratuities to retirees in the state.
Borno governor Shettima promises not to interfere with choice of successor
Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno State has pledged not to endorse a candidate at the September All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship primaries.
Boko Haram not responsible for Alau dam destruction, says Shettima
Borno State Governor Kashim Shettima on Monday said the destruction of Alau dam had nothing to do with any Boko Haram attack or sabotage, but poor maintenance. It was speculated that the Boko Haram insurgency group was responsible for the destruction which took place at the weekend. But, Shettima said he took an inspection visits…
Shettima disburses N27.7m to protesting policemen in Borno
Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno State has released N27.7 million to settle the allowances of 2,640 mobile policemen in the state.
Many Nigerians still believe Chibok abduction is conspiracy theory, says Shettima
Governor of Borno State, Kashim Shettima has said many Nigerians still believe that the Chibok schoolgirls' abduction of April 14, 2014, is conspiracy theory cooked up to embarrass former president, Goodluck Jonathan.
Nine years after Boko Haram, peace returns to Borno council areas
The Shehu of Borno, Alhaji Abubakar Ibn Umar Garbai El-Kanemi, has said no council area is under the control of Boko Haram, as returnees have commenced...
Borno saves N5.5 million from ghost workers
The Borno State Government has saved N5.5 billion from 11,876 ghost workers and pensioners, after a committee’s verification and biometric data exercise of serving and retired workers.The initial total workforce in the state before the exercise stood at 27,971 with a monthly wage bill of N2.219 billion...