FCT CORPS MEMBERS BEGIN ENUMERATION EXERCISE FOR THE NATIONAL HOME GROWN SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAMME.

Corps Members in the FCT have commenced the Enumeration exercise of the National Home Grown Feeding Programme. The exercise which commenced on Tuesday July 13th saw the Enumeration exercise take place across a section of the FCT. These include schools in Bwari Central, Karshi, Gwagwalada Central and Lokogoma. The LEA School Kutunku, LEA Gwako, Jahi Kadi Kuchi , LEA School for the blind Jabi and LEA Primary School Wuse, among others across Area Councils in the FCT, were issued the Enumeration Forms to start off the exercise. The corps members…

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Who wants the NYSC DEAD?

By Rowland Abaji Can it be contested, if anyone dares to declare that a large number of politicians in Nigeria are bold, fearless and courageous forgers of certificates? And for the initiates in this scam, they tread even where the proverbial devils dread and can defeat Lucifer in a contest together with his army of bodyguards. But after successful deals, the possessors of fake certificates live with perpetual fear in the aftermath. The consequences are grave. Upon prove of certificate forgery, a politician looses his plomp position, faces public ignominy…

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NEDC and Alkali’s unassailable posture

By Adamu Adamu It appears that journalism has been thrown to the dogs in Nigeria with the array of disjointed publications that we are subjected to every passing hour. It gets to the point that one of the worse nightmares one might experience is having to go through some supposed news mediums. In this ignoble category is Sahara Reporters, which can best be described as a platform for blackmail and sale to the highest bidder. To start with, Omoyele Sowore, its publisher, is reputed for using his medium as an…

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Nigeria Needs $410b Investments To Reach Net-Zero Emissions By 2050 – FG

By Ebriku John Friday The federal government of Nigeria has said that a lot of investments is still needed in the pathway to the global Energy Transition Plan in 2050, with the country’s economy requiring $410 billion between now and the next 30 years. This was disclosed by the Honourable Minister of State, Power, Goddy Jedy Agba, OFR, during the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) Energy Transition Council’s third Ministerial briefings. The Minister said that for the country to achieve the Net-Zero carbon emissions in 2050, it requires the…

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