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31 Jan 2019
The first Report on Drug Use in Nigeria, launched yesterday in Abuja by the Federal Government has revealed that 14.3million, which represents 14.4% of Nigerians between the ages of 15and 64, are drug users and one in every four of them is a woman.
28 Jan 2019
President Donald Trump speaks in the Rose Garden about his deal to reopen the federal government for three weeks.
4 Nov 2018
The Senate yesterday criticised the Federal Government for its alleged refusal to pay oil subsidy claims by petroleum products’ marketers.
3 Nov 2018
The Senate has criticised the Federal Government for its alleged refusal to pay oil subsidy claims by petroleum products’ marketers.
3 Nov 2018
The Federal government of Nigeria has begun the implementation of a new tariff model for its Treasury Single Account where payers will bear the transaction costs to its ministries, departments and agencies from the first of November.
2 Nov 2018
The Senate has criticised the Federal Government for its alleged refusal to pay oil subsidy claims by petroleum products’ marketers.
31 Oct 2018
The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) has given the Federal Government up to November 6, 2018, to meet their demands for workers’ pay raise or face an indefinite strike by the workers.
20 Sep 2018
The Federal Government of Nigeria has giving the Nigerian Labour till the end of this month to present a figure to be adopted as the country’s minimum wage. So what should the NLC consider in coming up with a figure.
13 Sep 2018
Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on financial crimes, Abiodun Aikomo, has explained the reason Federal Government withholds asset suspected to have been illegally acquired and subject to litigation.
7 Sep 2018
The Federal Government has approved over six trillion naira Health Development Plan. Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, disclosed this while addressing State House Correspondents on Wednesday September, 2018.
28 Jul 2018
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.
18 Jul 2018
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.

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