COVID-19:Rethinking Education in Nigeria with Nwajiuba

The Honourable Minister Of State For Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, has asked the general PUBLIC to join him and other stakeholders in the Education sector in this event hosted by @businessdayng in partnership with @mtn as they discuss and chart new courses for Education in Nigeria post COVID-19. Please use the link shown below. You are invited to a Zoom webinar. When: Apr 30, 2020, 04:00 PM West Central Africa Topic: Rethinking Education in Nigeria: The way forward post COVID-19 Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81249571166?pwd=QXNaNm1oSGR3dTBmWm81eDJFYTRyQT09 Password:…

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PUNCH NEWSPAPER: Keyamo Protests Against The Editorial Dictatorship

The Honourable Minister Of State, Labour And Employment,Festus Keyamo,is compelled to issue a Press Statement because of the shabby treatment the Punch Newspaper has meted out to a very senior member of his profession, a senior citizen and the first female Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Chief (Mrs) Folake Solanke, SAN who is 88 years old. The background of the story: QUEEN AMINA BLOG (www.ivyukula.com) gathered that, “Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 PRESS STATEMENT BY FESTUS KEYAMO, SAN PROTEST AGAINST THE EDITORIAL DICTATORSHIP OF THE PUNCH NEWSPAPERS I am compelled to issue…

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NCDC recruitment Portal for short term consultancy – Surveillance Support Officers in 19 states

Officers Tuesday, April 14, 2020 The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) is recruiting for short term consultancy – Surveillance Support Officers in 19 states Background The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) is the government agency with the mandate to coordinate the surveillance, detection and response to infectious disease outbreaks. Over the last three years, NCDC has deployed a new tool for disease surveillance. The Surveillance, Outbreak Response Management and Analysis System (SORMAS) is a system jointly developed between the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control and the Helmholtz Centre…

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EMPLOYMENT UPDATE: Keyamo,meets with five Ministers and DG NDE

The Honourable Minister Of State, Labour And Employment, Festus Keyamo (SAN) on Wednesday, met with the Honourable Minister of Works & Housing, Babatunde Fashola, Dr Abubakar Mohammed Mahmood of Environment, Suleiman Adamu of Water Resources, Sabo Nanono of Agriculture And Rural Development, and the Director General, National Directorate of Employment ,Dr Nasiru Mohammed Ladan , in at the inter-ministerial meeting on the execution of the Federal Government’s Special Public Works Programme to engage 1000 persons in each of the 774 Lical Government Areas . it Details Soon…..

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774,000 FG RECRUITMENT FAKE PORTAL:Keyamo debunks the advertorial

The Honourable Minister Of State,Labour And Employment, Festus Keyamo, has debunked the advertorial of FAKE WEBSITE/PORTAL FOR RECRUITMENT OF 774,000 NIGERIANS IN RESPECT OF THE SPECIAL PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAM OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. QUEEN AMINA BLOG www.ivyukula.com gathered on the Minister’s social media handle that “My attention has been drawn to a certain advertorial circulating on Social Media tilted ‘Application Opens For 774,000 Employment By FG: See Requirements, Salary And How To Apply’. ” He also said, “The advertorial goes ahead to state Stipends and Commissions, Requirements, How To Apply,…

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COVID-19:Benue government reportedly apologises to Susan Okpe

Information reaching . QUEEN AMINA BLOG has it that the Benue State government has reportedly apologised to Susan Okpe, the alleged coronavirus index case in Benue State. QUEEN AMINA BLOG gathered from IDOMA VOICE . Recalls that Susan, who came into the country few days ago for the burial of her mother, was bundled by the state government into an isolation centre that she was tested negative for the novel coronavirus. The state government went ahead to announce the result to the press without her looking at it. Surprisingly, the…

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COVID-19 Pandemic might serve as a wake up call for Nigeria.- Paul Orhii.

The Former Director General Of National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, Dr. Paul Botwev Orhii has said that as bad as this Coronavirus Pandemic might serve as a wake up call for Nigeria. QUEEN AMINA BLOG gathered from his social media handle that during his tenure as the DG of NAFDAC ,one of the biggest items on his agenda was to make Nigeria self-sufficient in the manufacture of at least the most essential medicines. Adding that to achieve that we proposed a N200 billion naira Pharmaceutical Intervention…

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BREAKING: LAGOS BANS RELIGIOUS GATHERING WITH OVER 50 WORSHIPPERS

The Lagos State Government, on Wednesday, banned all religious gathering with over 50 people within the state. The decision was arrived at after a meeting of the Lagos State Government with religious bodies in the state, The PUNCH reports. The religious bodies include the Christian Association of Nigeria and Muslim leaders. Details later…

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Sleeping with your brother-in-law is not cheating,b’cos it’s your husband’s lineage. ~Pastor Veronica

The ‘pastor’ recently declared that she can heal men of infertility by sleeping with them. The founder of Life of Faith and Prosperity Ministry, Asaba, Delta State has now alleged that a woman can sleep with her brother-in-law and it wouldn’t be considered as cheating. In her words; ”if a woman sleeps with her husband’s brother that she has not cheated on her husband because the brother is still the husband’s lineage.”

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What i told Buhari – Oshiomhole

The All Progressive National Chairman APC, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole told President Mohammadu Buhari at the State House on Thursday after his Victory to clinch back his position as the APC National Chairman that “I thought that I had a duty to brief Mr President as the overall leader of our party about this development. Incidentally when I requested for the audience yesterday, I wasn’t sure what has happened today will happen. “But I had a duty to inform him about the court order. But happily before coming here, the order…

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