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Constitution Amendment: Pay attention to State Police, UK tells Nigeria

Constitution Amendment: Pay attention to State Police, UK tells Nigeria

By Henry Umoru ABUJA- AS the National Assembly embarks on yet another journey of the review of the 1999 Constitution as Amended, the British Government has asked Nigeria to pay serious attention to the issue of State police as well as focus on promoting better representation for women in politics and in parliament. Speaking yesterday […]

ASUU threatens nationwide strike

ASUU threatens nationwide strike

The Academic Staff Union of Universities,ASUU,has threatened to embark on another nationwide strike to protest absence of governing councils in all federal universities across the country among other issues the government is yet to address.

DSS invades Ogun court, whisks away two defendants

DSS invades Ogun court, whisks away two defendants

“the men of the DSS after leaving the court’s hall went out within the court’s premises, disregarded and violated the order of the court by forcefully arresting, Fatai Isiaka and one Samuel Oyero.”

7.4m consumers still without electricity meters as installations rise 5%

7.4m consumers still without electricity meters as installations rise 5%

About 7.4 million electricity consumers are presently without meters in the Nigerian Electricity Market at the backdrop of a five per cent rise in the rate of meter installations to 179,792 in the first quarter of 2024, compared to 171,107 installed over the similar period last year, data from the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC, has shown.

Guber polls: INEC resumes voters’ registration in Edo, Ondo

Guber polls: INEC resumes voters’ registration in Edo, Ondo

Ahead of the September and November governorship elections in Edo and Ondo states, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has said it would soon resume continuous voter registration, CVR, in both states to allow eligible voters to participate in the elections.