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26 Nov 2018
The recent visit by members of Southeast Governors’ Forum (SEGF) to Aso Rock did much to accentuate the undulating conversation in the zone regarding next year’s presidential election. The political narrative in the zone has also been going on against the backcloth of the North’s hesitant position about 2019. It should be noted that disparate…
9 Aug 2018
The Minister of Science and Technology, Ogbonnaya Onu, has said Nigeria is ready to tap into about S100 billion worth of opportunities in the global medicinal plant market. Onu stated this when he received members of the National steering committee on the National summit on Plant Resources for Sustainable National Development at the ministry in…
6 Jul 2018
The Presidential Standing Committee on Inventions and Innovations (PSCII) has awarded grant of N43,500,000, to 121 Nigerians in the informal sector who have distinguished themselves in creativity, inventiveness and innovations. Presenting the grants, Dr. Ogbonnya Onu, Minister of Science and Technology, lauded the inventors for their intellectual prowess and charged the recipients to obtain patent…
27 May 2016
``Impunity has no place in government establishments since the current administration came on board while security of lives and property in the North-East has improved tremendously.
14 May 2016
THE Minister of Science and Technology Dr. Obonnaya Onu has said that the 2016 Budget signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari would bring the desire change in the country ...

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