• NUT indicts officials, begs Amosun to pardon suspended teachers

    NUT indicts officials, begs Amosun to pardon suspended teachers

    It was gathered that the leadership of the Nigeria Union of Teachers has admitted that the Ogun State chapter of the union erred during the celebration of the 2016 World Teachers Day and itappealed to the state Governor, Ibikunle Amosun, to rescind his decision to sack the leaders of the union.

    The union also begged Amosun to pardon the 18 teachers suspended by the government.

    The NUT President, Michael Alogba-Olukoya, made this appeal on Thursday at the state NUT secretariat, Kuto, Abeokuta, […]

  • CCB commends, indicts public servants, political appointees over assets declaration

    CCB commends, indicts public servants, political appointees over assets declaration

    Commendations has again come the way of the Chief Of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai, from the Code of Conduct Bureau for his asset declaration, which the Bureau has again certified to be accurate

    Several other public servants also got commendation from the Bureau for declaring their assets within the stipulated timeframe.

    These other public servants include: Semenitari Mary-Gab Tamunoibim (Ag. MD/CEO NDDC); Ibrahim K. Idris (Inspector General of Police), Boboye Oyeyemi (Corps Marshall FRSC); Amina Mohammed (Minister of Enviroment) and […]

  • NHRC indicts army for killing 380 Shiites

    NHRC indicts army for killing 380 Shiites

    Nigeria’s National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has accused the military of disproportionate use of force leading to the death of more than 380 members of Shiite Muslims.

    The commission released the report on Thursday in Abuja blaming the Army for the incidence that occurred between December 12 and 14, last year.

    The military engaged the Shiites, who were in a procession under the banner of Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), lead by the incarcerated Sheik, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky.

    Although the Nigerian Army denied killing […]