Kwara N-Power beneficiaries protest non-payment of stipends
24 June 2017 | 4:00 am
Kwara N-Power beneficiaries protest non-payment of stipends.
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Kwara state governor, Abdulrahama Abdulrasaq has held his first Security Council Meeting.
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Youth repair water pipes in Kwara state.
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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has held sensitization rally against corruption in Ilorin to commemorate this year's Anti-corruption day.
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Nigeria to engage N-Power beneficiaries, corps members as State Police officers
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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has presented the sum of one hundred and eleven million naira recovered from suspected Kwara treasury looters to the state government.
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108 people rescued from an illegal rehabilitation centre in Kwara state
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N Power: Humanitarian Minister, Sadiya Farouq explains delayed payment
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Forty-eight officers of the Nigeria Customs Service in Kwara state have been promoted.
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The Kwara State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, has accused his predecessor, Alhaji AbdulFatah Ahmed, of selling no fewer than 110 properties belonging to the state government, including the residence of the Deputy Governor.
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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ilorin Zonal Office on Thirsday secured the final forfeiture of a building belonging to Adebayo Sanni, immediate past Executive Director of Harmony Holdings Limited of Kwara State Government.
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Some beneficiaries of the Nigerian government empowerment programme N-Power on Tuesday protested in Lagos, accusing the state government of ignoring them in its recruitment processes. “We have volunteered for them for like three years and there is a lot of recruitment going on and we have not been considered at all,” Ayo Opeyemi, a beneficiary of N-Agro and one of the coordinators of N-power beneficiaries in Lagos, told The Guardian.
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