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What the ASUU/FG 2009 Agreement said about University Funding

by YWriter According to the document obtained by Premium times, it was agreed to recommend that: All regular Federal Universities shall require the sum of...

Is it right to say ASUU has not gone on strike...

by YWriter The NLC said recently that the only language the federal government understands is strike. Yet if this is true, even ASUU has a...

Are these ASUU’s demands difficult to Implement?

by Opeoluwa Quadri The 2009 agreement with the Federal government which is yet to be implemented by the FG still remain the fundamental reason for...

LGautonomy: Local Governments in the Nigerian federation

by Aliyu A. Ammani Analysis The idea of local government councils was born out of the need to bring government closer to the people as a mechanism...

LGAutonomy: Know the functions of your Local Government

by Opeoluwa Quadri Local government in Nigeria is grappling  with the issue of citizens apathy, so that those active in government at the grassroots are...

#LGAutonomy: There is need to free Local government from the States

by Opeoluwa Quadri Analysis The Local government in Nigeria considered as the third tier of government is not real. In reality, there is no local government...

Who is Afraid of Youth?

by Amina Salihu I had a beautiful growing up. The best part of my life was no doubt my childhood and the part where I...

UBE tracker: Senate amends Universal Basic Education Act

by YWriter The amended Bill (SB.324) was brought forward for amendment by Senator Aliyu Wamako. It was first read on the 8th of November, 2016. The...

Paris Club refund: Second tranche, how much your state got

by Chinedu Brown AMOUNT RECEIVED BY EACH STATE IN THE SECOND TRANCHE OF PARIS CLUB REFUND S/N STATE AMOUNT PAYABLE (NGN) 1 ABIA 5,715,765,871.48 2 ADAMAWA 6,114,300,352.68 3 AKWA-IBOM 10,000,000,000.00 4 ANAMBRA 6,121,656,702.34 5 BAUCHI 6,877,776,561.25 6 BAYELSA 10,000,000,000.00 7 BENUE 6,854,671,749.25 8 BORNO 7,340,934,865.32 9 CROSS RIVER 6,075,343,946.93 10 DELTA 10,000,000,000.00 11 EBONYI 4,508,083,379.98 12 EDO 6,091,126,592.49 13 EKITI 4,772,836,647.08 14 ENUGU 5,361,789,409.66 15 GOMBE 4,472,877,698.19 16 IMO 7,000,805,182.97 17 JIGAWA 7,107,666,706.76 18 KADUNA 7,721,729,227.55 19 KANO 10,000,000,000.00 20 KATSINA 8,202,130,909.85 21 KEBBI 5,977,499,491.45 22 KOGI 6,027,727,595.80 23 KWARA 5,120,644,326.57 24 LAGOS 8,371,938,133.11 25 NASARAWA 4,551,049,171.12 26 NIGER 7,210,793,154.95 27 OGUN 5,739,374,694.46 28 ONDO 7,003,648,314.28 29 OSUN 6,314,106,340.62 30 OYO 7,901,609,864.25 31 PLATEAU 5,644,079,055.41 32 RIVERS 10,000,000,000.00 33 SOKOTO 6,441,128,546.76 34 TARABA 5,612,014,491.52 35 YOBE 5,413,103,116.59 36 ZAMFARA 5,442,385,594.49 37 FCT 684,867,500.04 TOTAL 243,795,465,195.20   This release is conditional upon a minimum...

FAAC Monitor: N3.010 trillion shared by FG, States, and LGs in...

by Ajadi Daniel Federal Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) has disbursed a total of N3.010 trillion to the three tiers of government in the first half...

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