Sunday, July 23, 2017
by Ajadi Daniel Analysis Even a lay man knows that this is a peculiar period in the country’s economic sojourn, not only because of the recession, but because there had never been a time since the inception of the Nigerian state...
by Usman Alabi Below are the images of the ongoing second pedestrian bridge at Ojota. The above is the metal stair way of the bride on the verge of being affixed to the main bridge. This is the second...
by Ymonitor The United States Institute of Peace yesterday organized an online conversation with visiting Northern Nigerian Governors on strategies for peace and what they and their citizens can do to address the socioeconomic challenges faced in the north, and...
by Ajadi Daniel The Lagos state government on Tuesday clarified its decision to demolish illegal structures and shanties erected along river banks and high tension cables across the state citing security concerns and flagrant abuse of its building regulations as...
by Ymonitor Kaduna is still on the lime light as we continue to examine the viability of the state and how it has been able to cope with the recession. The governor submitted the 2017 budget estimate to the state assembly....
by Ajadi Daniel The Kano state government spends N2.6 billion on education in two months. This was disclosed by the State’s commissioner for information, culture, Youth and Sports, Alhaji Mohammed Garba. He disclosed this to journalist in Abuja at the weekend....
  Conventional economics expects that a highly indebted economy is a growing economy or presumably a developed one, of course that could be fallacious yet not entirely. But what do we have to say if such economy is confronted with a...
by Demola Governor Muhammadu Jibrilla Bindow has approved a plan to recruit 149 nurses and midwives to general hospitals and other public health centres in the state. Musa Kaibo, the state head of service made this known on Thursday in Yola...
  Ondo state governor, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko has directed that primary school teachers in the state be included in the category of state workers that often enjoy car and housing loans. The governor gave the order at the 5th Quadrennial...
by Adim Esoeh “The government of Kaduna State wishes to clarify that any parent found obstructing health workers from carrying out their statutory functions will be prosecuted accordingly as prescribed by the law. “The government has further directed that all eligible...

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