The Federal Government will open a website and reactivate its YouTube account so as to provide Nigerians access to authentic information on its activities.
The Federal Character Commission has demanded an urgent explanation from the Department of State Services, DSS over the recent unequal appointments into the organization.
The Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, has urged Nigerians to curse those looting Nigeria’s treasury three times daily.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports has released a revised timetable for the National Sports Federations elections.
President Emmanuel Macron has chosen centre-right mayor Edouard Philippe as France's new prime minister.
Organised labour in Nasarawa State is going on with its strike until the state government pays the three months salaries and meets all their demands.
State Chairmen of Nigeria Labour Congress, Bala Umaru and Trade Union Congress, Danladi Sabo-Namo stated this while addressing workers at the Labour House in Lafia.
Umaru said the leadership of the NLC was not frightened by the state government’s threat to sack all striking workers in the state.
He urged workers to shun rumors, from any quarters, to the effect that the strike had been suspended, adding that they should await further directive from the union leadership.
Acting Secretary to Government of the Federation Habiba Lawal has directed all Ministries, Departments and Agencies to start procurement in anticipation of assent to the 2017 Appropriation Bill.
The Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Maikanti Baru, has said the corporation is about mobilizing equipment to resume oil exploration in the Lake Chad Basin of Borno state.