Thursday, 30th June 2022
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28 Feb 2017
The Federal Government has approved the sum of N750 billion as Agricultural Intervention Fund to ensure food sufficiency in tune with its diversification agenda.
31 Dec 2016
Onoja also called on all Nigerians to rally around the federal government with same unity of purpose to combat corruption and revive the national economy for prosperity of all.
20 Dec 2016
The National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS) Kuru, Jos, has commenced a two-day capacity training workshop for newly elected Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC) officials.
18 Nov 2016
Acting Director General of the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), Jonathan Juma has identified lack of internal democracy within political ...
4 Nov 2016
“Actually, I felt like absconding because 27 out of 36 states in Nigeria could not pay salaries and we knew they had no other sources,” he said.
12 Aug 2016
Regardless of fall in oil production, which Federal Government is attributing to lack of funds that may likely affect the execution of this year’s capital projects, Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Works


Former deputy president of the Nigerian Senate, Sen. Ike Ekweremadu, will remain in custody until his next court date. The senator, on Thursday, appeared in court in London for a second time on charges of arranging to bring a minor to the UK for organ donation. The 60-year-old Ekweremadu, according to report by the BBC,…
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Iran insisted Thursday that a revived nuclear agreement with major powers remains achievable despite a negative US assessment of two-way talks in Qatar intended to reboot the stalled negotiations. The US State Department said the EU-brokered proximity talks in the Qatari capital Doha had concluded late Wednesday with "no progress made". But Iranian Foreign Minister…
4 mins ago
European consumer groups accused Google on Thursday of violating online privacy by pushing their users to blindly sign-in to a Google account in order for their data to be tracked and exploited for profit. The allegations are being filed under the EU's GDPR rules, a European data privacy regulation that is designed to ensure that…
9 mins ago
Two Sudanese demonstrators were killed Thursday by "bullets to the chest", pro-democracy medics reported, as thousands of anti-coup protesters took to the streets demanding an end to military rule, AFP correspondents said. "Even if we die, the military will not rule us," protesters chanted, urging the reversal of an October military coup by army chief…
35 mins ago
The media aide to Peter Obi, the Labour Party presidential candidate, has denied reports that his principal is a religious bigot and a hater of people of northern Nigerian extraction. Valentin Obienyem, in a statement on Thursday, said some faceless groups, sponsored by political opponents, are responsible for spreading falsehood about Obi due to his…