Tags: Buhari

NPA Workers Petition Buhari, Say MD Breaches Federal Character In Recruitment Process

Apparently dissatisfied by the alleged back door recruitment embarked upon by the Management of the  Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), some concerned workers of the organisation have called for Federal Government’s intervention in the controversial employment process. The petition, dated 28th December, 2017, and copies made available to journalists was tagged, “Request for investigation into the allegations…

Buhari Appoints Aboloma DG Of SON, Abubakar Heads Railway

President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday approved the appointment of Osita Anthony Aboloma a the Director-General of the Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON). This has brought an end to the tenure of the acting DG, Dr Paul Angya who has been acting since the sacking of Joseph Odumodu earlier in the year. A statement issued on Monday…

Foreign exchange: 272 firms shut down in one year– MAN

Manufacturers and other private sector operators on Tuesday painted a gloomy picture of how the foreign exchange restriction placed on 41 items by the Central Bank of Nigeria had affected operations in the business sector. They said that since the restriction order was placed last year, about 272 firms had been forced out of business,…

FG approves Badagry seaport

The Federal Executive Council has approved a memo for the development of greenfield port facilities in Badagry, Lagos State. Briefing State House correspondents on the outcome of the FEC meeting chaired by President Muhammadu Buhari, on Wednesday Power, Works and Housing Minister Babatunde Fashola, said the development of the facilities was delayed due to the…

Nigerians outraged as Customs CG, Ali allegedly splashes N3.4m on first class ticket

Nigerians have expressed disappointed to the alleged flagrant disobedience to government directive by the Comptroller General Of Customs, Hameed Ali on foreign travel. President Buhari had in April asked the Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, to issue a circular to all government agencies barring top officials from travelling first class. The measure was to cut…