5 Things to Know For Today
2017 Hajj: NAHCON Urges Media to Protect Nigeria’s Integrity
The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), on Friday, appealed to media practitioners to protect the integrity of Nigeria and Saudi Arabia in the course of reporting the 2017 Hajj. The Executive Chairman of NAHCON, Alhaji Abdullahi Mohammed, made the appeal while inaugurating the Media Committee for the 2017 Hajj Operation in Abuja.
President Buhari Asks Osinbajo To Sign The Appropriation Bill Into Law
President Muhammadu Buhari has indicated that it is in the interest of the nation’s economy for the Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, to sign the Appropriation Bill into law.
Npower Recruitment 2017: FACTS You Need to Know About It
N-Power aspires to provide a platform where most Nigerians can access skills acquisition and development. At this time however, the initial modular programmes in N-Power are designed for Nigerian citizens between the ages of 18 and 35. You will need to meet the minimum requirements (if any) for your respective programme. Generally, selection is based:
- on your expression of a genuine interest in whichever area you decide;
- passing the relevant tests;
- your willingness to push yourself beyond your comfort zone; and
- ability to show a flair to develop all the skills you need to be the best you can be.
BORNO State: NEMA Begins Door-To-Door Food Distribution To IDPs
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has begun its door-to-door distribution of 30,000 metric tonnes of emergency food intervention with Bakassi IDPs Camp in Maiduguri, Borno.
Mr Sanni Datti, Head of Media and Public Relations, NEMA made this known in a statement on Monday in Abuja.
Quit Notice To Igbos: Al-Mustapha, MASSOB leader Meets in Kaduna
MASSOB has appealed for peace as he holds consultation with Northern groups in Kaduna.
Uwazurike, who led a delegation of Igbo leaders from the South East, told some youth groups in Kaduna on Monday that MASSOB had pursued the path of peace since its creation in 1999.
“MASSOB had existed for 18 years without violence, but 2009, I went to London and opened Radio Biafra and handed it over to Nnamdi Kanu as the director.