Nigeria partners Google to develop economy
The federal government Thursday revealed that it plans to carry out a massive economic overhaul through supports and investments in technology developments across the country.
Nigeria begins IPPIS verification of federal workers
Nigerian government enrolls 486 MDAs, 330,820 employees in IPPIS Abuja – Federal government has said that it has enrolled a total of 330,820 employees from 486 of its Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) on the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System.
Niger-Delta Amnesty beneficiaries warn Nigerian govt: We may return to the creeks
Beneficiaries of Federal Government Amnesty Programme stormed the National Assembly in Abuja on Thursday June 21 to protest non-payment of their allowances by the Amnesty Office.
Nigerian govt takes tougher actions against tobacco products users
The use of tobacco products such as cigarette will become more difficult for Nigerians as the Federal Government announced fresh measure against manufacture, trading and use of the products on Monday, June 4.
Again, FG re-arraigns ex NSA, Dasuki in alleged $2.1B arms fund diversion
For the second time in less than 24 hours, the Federal Government has slammed a 25-count amended charge against a former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col Mohammed Sambo Dasuki (retd).
No federal university should pay tuition, says Nigerian Govt.
The federal government has given provisional licence for the establishment of a private institution, Skyline University, in Kano State.
Trump says he will never sign another spending bill like this again
President Donald Trump speaks at a news conference in Washington about his decision to sign a spending bill funding the federal government for the next six months.
Reps move to halt mass jobs loss, task Nigerian govt on payment of N650bn to oil marketers
Members of the House of Representatives have called on Federal Government to expedite action in the payment of N650 billion owed oil marketers.