EID-EL-FITR: Governor Sani Bello congratulates Muslims ….  re-assures citizens of his commitment to end terrorism in the state

Niger State GovernorAbubakar Sani Bello has congratulated Muslim Faithful all over the world on the successful completion of this year’s (2022) Ramadan fast and the Eid-el-Fitr celebration. The Governor in a statement said the Eid -el-Fitr celebration was a period of love, tolerance and good will to all. While urging the muslim ummah to continue in their prayers for peace and development of the state and the nation in general, Governor Sani Bello also implored them to sustain the lessons of Ramadan beyond the period for a better society “I…

30th Anniversary : Former Kogi Governor, Alhaji Ibrahim Idris salutes Maigari of Lokoja. …..  describes Him as A Detrabalised Traditional Ruler. 

Ex Kogi Governor, Alhaji Ibrahim Idris has described the Maigari of Lokoja, Alhaji (Dr) Mohammed Kabir Maikarfi III OON as a detrabalised custodian of the most prestigious traditional institution in Kogi state.   The former Kogi Governor bare his mind in a message of congratulation to the paramount ruler of Lokoja kingdom, saying his over three decades reign had not only brought about peace, unity and stability among ethnic nationalities in the state, but seamless human and infrastructural development.   He recalled when the Maigari of Lokoja ascended the throne…

Workers’Day : Gov Bala Mohammed Hails Nigerian Workers, urges them to remain committed to Nation Building

The leading PDP presidential aspirant and the Consensus Candidate of the North, Sen Bala Mohammed, has hailed the courageous spirit of Nigerian workers on the occasion of the historic May Day celebration and with regard to the anti labour policies of the current APC government.   The Bauchi state Governor lamented that even as Nigerian workers have never had it so bad in living memory with the all university workers still on strike and millions of workers living below the poverty line, they have kept faith with the nation.  …

Jubilations as Hon Peter Ojonugwa Ameh agrees to pick Labour Party Reps Nomination Form

There was wide jubilation in Olamaboro,Imane, Ankpa, as High Chief Registrar,Hon Peter Ojonugwa Ameh settled for Labour Party (LP) to represent the Constituency in Federal House of Representatives at the National Assembly.   Hard work dedication and commitment is the Hallmark of success , High Chief Peter Ameh agreed to contest for the Federal House of Representative under planform Labour Party (LP)as requested by the people of the Communities.   High Chief Peter Ojonugwa Ameh is not new in Nigerian polities been the former presidential candidate, former chairman IPAC and…

Saraki: A strong symbol for stability, by Yusuph Olaniyonu

Today, the most important element that a troubled country like Nigeria needs is stability. The polity needs stability so that policies, programmes and projects aimed at bringing about genuine and sustainable development can be formulated, executed, monitored and nurtured. The economy needs stability to get the citizenry out of poverty, deprivation,unemployment/underemployment, inflationary effects of currency devaluation, and macro-economic instability.   The social system also needs stability for the restoration of national values, for people to live in peace with each other, to douse separatist agitations, for the school system, the…

Labour Rights crtical to Inclusive Development— NHRC Boss

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has urged government at all levels to observe international best practices in handling labour related matters.   The Executive Secretary of the Commission Tony Ojukwu ,SAN stated this as Nigeria joined the rest of the global community to commemorate the 2022 international workers day (IWD)   He stated that prioritising the rights of workers is critical given that human resources remain the drivers of development in any clime.   He further stated that entrenching good working relations between employers and employees both in government…

Eid-el-fitr:Let’s imbibe lessons of Ramadan,2 Lawan , Nigerians

The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has congratulated the Muslim Ummah for the successful completion of the Holy Month of Ramadan.   Lawan, in his Sallah message, called on Muslim faithful to imbibe the lessons of self restraint, sacrifice, charity and sharing with their neighbours and the needy, which the Holy Month teaches us. Let’s continue to show these in our daily lives.   “We should also continue to pray for security and peace in our beloved country, Nigeria and in the world at large.   “As Nigerians, let…

Workers’ Day : Gov Sani Bello felicitates with Workers,says a vibrant workforce is pivotal for a great society 

Niger state Governor ,Abubakar Sani Bello has said that a vibrant and dedicated civil service was key for a state and even the nation to attain greatness. Governor Sani Bello in a statement, felicitated with all workers and organized labour in the state as they joined their counterparts in the country to mark Workers Day. He acknowledged that civil servants have remained the heart of every government as it is tasked with the duties of executing policies and programmes of government. Sani Bello expressed the determination of his administration to…

How to memorialize the Alaafin By Festus Adedayo

Gradually, the curtains are being drawn on the era of the late Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, the Alaafin of Oyo who left us in a thunderbolt manner. The eighth day inter-religious prayers were held yesterday. The next questions that will be asked from today are, how do we make this king live forever in our hearts and who is the next Alaafin? Since over a week of his departure, the world has witnessed a rainbow of reactions to his ascension to the hereafter. While his iconic cultural representation has been lauded…

PDP holds hitch free Ward Congresses in Benue

In line with provisions of its constitution and the Electoral Act of Nigeria, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), on Saturday, 30th April, 2022, held Congresses across the 276 council wards of Benue State. The Ward Congress was meant for the elections of Three (3) adhoc state delegates who would be voting for State and National Assembly aspirants, as well as governorship aspirants of the party in the forthcoming primaries in May. Reacting to the conduct of the exercise, the state’s chapter of the party expressed satisfaction that the exercise was…