IGP promises better welfare for Police Family ….  begins distribution of over N13b to 7,000 disabled officers, next of kin of deceased officers

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba has commenced the distribution of cheques to cover Insurance benefits of officers who lost their lives while in service, as well as those who suffered various forms of life-threatening injuries while on active duty. The total sum of cheques presented to about Seven Thousand families of deceased officers and those injured or rendered disabled in the line of duty between 2012 and 2020 amounts to over Thirteen Billion Naira. These backlog payments were made possible through the IGP’s passionate drive to ensure…

Gov Adeleke unveils Pro-Masses 100 Days Programme

The Governor of Osun State, Senator Ademola Adeleke has launched a six pronged project to touch the lives of Osun masses in all the local governments areas of the state.   The programes are as follows:   1.Provision of portable water in 332 towns/Villages, one in each of the 332 wards in the State. The implementation has already started in Osogbo, Ifelodun and other local governments of the state.   2. Complete renovation of 30 schools, one per local government, including portable water and the provision of at least 50…

Adeleke warns forestry operators and permit holders to obey operational regulations

Governor of Osun State, Senator Ademola Adeleke has announced the immediate lifting of suspension on forestry consultants and permits across the state.   The State Governor had in early December directed a suspension and review of the following category of permits namely plantation or forest reserve concession allocation permit; sawmill permit and renewal; flinch sawn evacuation permit; timber and logs permit; hammering permit or release permit; motor-saw permit; forest reserve access permit and Tungya farming system allocation permit.   In a fresh directive on Tuesday, Governor Adeleke noted that the…

Nigeria’ll become destination for Medical Tourism soon- Dabiri-Erewa

The Nigeria healthcare system will ultimately become a centre of medical hub with a major investment deal coming to the country, through the establishment of the Africa Medical Centre for Excellence (AMCE).   Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Chairman/CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) stated this in Abuja while receiving Mr. Brian Deaver, the CEO, AMCE and his team who paid her a courtesy call on Wednesday in her office.   Dabiri-Erewa noted that a number of Nigerian professionals in the healthcare industry were beginning to invest in the sector in Nigeria,…