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24 Jun 2021
The Federal Government and health workers in Nigeria are yet to reach an agreement on a new hazard allowance. Minister of Labor, Chris Ngige is however confident an agreement will be reached in a fortnight.
1 Jun 2021
Southern, Middle belt leaders urge FG to declare state of emergency on insecurity
13 May 2021
The federal government says it will prosecute 400 Nigerians for allegedly funding terrorism
13 May 2021
FG says no plan to slash workers' salaries
3 May 2021
Family of deceased PDP woman leader wants justice, adequate compensation from FG
23 Apr 2021
Federal Government Is Set to beef up security Across Nigerian Borders to prevent influx arms, refugee.
22 Apr 2021
The Nigerian Senate has approved $1.5billion and 995 million Euros in external loans for the Federal Government.
22 Mar 2021
Security practitioners task FG on effective framework to tackle insecurity

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