OYO 2023: Bolanle Sarumi-Aliyu canvasses for Makinde’s Re-Election, assures Akwa Ibom Indigenes of more Dividend of Democracy

Them indigene of Akwa Ibom in Oyo State have declared their supports for the second term ambition of Governor Seyi Makinde, SOUTHWEST-FRONTIER reports.  The Akwa Ibom Indigenes made the pledge at the 2021 Akwa Ibom Day. The occasion which was attended by religious leaders, traditional rulers among others across the State, held at the Recreation club field in Ibadan. While addressing the Akwa Ibom Indigenes at the occasion, Hon Bolanle Sarumi-Aliyu commended the efforts of the people for their progressive support and reaffirmed the commitment of Governor Seyi Makinde on the…

Rep Akande-Sadipe provides additional Boreholes, Transformers, Solar Light for Oluyole Constituency

A member Representing Oluyode Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives,Hon. Tolulope Akande-Sadipe, has provided six (6) boreholes, eight (8) transformers and one hundred and twenty (120) solar lights for residents in Oluyole Federal constituency. The Federal Lawmaker who also chaired the House Committee on Diaspora Affairs said the gesture was in line with her campaign promises. Akande-Sadipe, who is the only female Representative from Oyo State, said the transformers were of 500KVA capacity each, promised more to other communities. Recall that, the federal lawmaker had earlier held a Mega…

2022 Appropriation bill: Again, education takes lion share as Gov Sule presents N109.8bn

Education has again taken the lion share as Nasarawa State Governor, Engineer Abdullahi Sule, presented before the state assembly the sum of N109, 801, 524, 879.49 as 2022 appropriation bill.   Engineer Sule presented the 2022 appropriation bill tagged, “Budget of Sustainable Transformation”, at a ceremony in the newly refurbished chamber of the Nasaraw State House of Assembly, on Thursday.   According to the governor, the 2022 appropriation comprised of N70, 891, 582, 458.57 as recurrent expenditure, representing 64.56 percent, with N38, 909, 942, 420.92bn, as capital expenditure, representing 35.44…

Gov Sule nominates 28-year old law graduate, 14 others as commissioners

Nasarawa State Governor, Engineer Abdullahi Sule, has nominated a 28-year old law graduate, Barrister Hannatu Bala Abimiku (Lafia), alongside 14 others as members of the state executive council.   Majority Leader of the Nasarawa State House of Assembly, Hon. Tanko Tunga, disclosed this while presenting the list of nominees before the assembly, on Thursday.   According to Hon.Tunga, the governor submitted the names of the nominees for confirmation as commissioners.   Abimiku graduated from the Nasarawa State University Keffi (NSUK) in 2016 and proceeded to the Nigerian law school where…

Friday Sermon : Ways Out Of Hardships, Calamities And Tribulations During Hard Time! By Imam Murtadha Gusau

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful   All Praise is due to Allah, We praise Him and we seek help from Him. We ask forgiveness from Him. We repent to Him; and we seek refuge in Him from our own evils and our own bad deeds. Anyone who is guided by Allah is indeed guided; and anyone who has been left astray, will find no one to guide him. I bear witness that there is no god but Allah, the Only One without any partner; and I…

Huawei makes Forbes 2021 Top 10 Best Employers list

Huawei has emerged the highest ranked Chinese corporation on the Forbes list of Best Employers for 2021, and the second Asian company in the top 10, moving up 6 places from 2020.   This is despite the many challenges the company is facing occasioned by geopolitics and the COVID-19 pandemic.   The rankings are based on a large-scale survey, applied to a sample of approximately 150,000 employees from 58 countries working full- or part-time. Forbes named 750 employers in this year’s rankings which it determined in collaboration with research company,…