• Adamawa Health Workers Lament Non-payment Of 2 Years’ Salaries

    Adamawa Health Workers Lament Non-payment Of 2 Years’ Salaries

    Health workers in Adamawa State numbering over 800 have called on Governor Muhamadu Jibrila Bindow  to pay their two years salaries since 2014 when they are recruited into the state civil service.

    The workers made the plea through their spokesman , Mallam Ibrahim Auwal, yesterday in Yola. He  said they had complained to Ministry of Health and a committee was set up but up till now there was nothing forth-coming.

    The spokesman lamented that  about 836 of them were screened by a […]

  • Residents lament congestion, crime at Ajah Roundabout in Lagos

    Residents lament congestion, crime at Ajah Roundabout in Lagos

    It was with relief Lagos residents greeted the news of the construction of two critical flyovers at Ajah Roundabout and Abule Egba Junction in Lagos State, two areas prone to high-density traffic, in the bid to address the congestion in major parts of the state.

    Early in the year, HITECH Construction Company moved to site and residents looked forward to a speedy execution of the project.

    Ajah, Eti-Osa and environs are the new Lagos, now site of massive infrastructural reengineering of Lagos […]

  • Nigerian medical students arrested for stealing in the Carribeans, lament lack of funds

    Nigerian medical students arrested for stealing in the Carribeans, lament lack of funds

    Some Nigerian medical students studying in St Vincent and Grenadines in the Caribbean have reportedly been arrested for theft.

    The students were awarded scholarships in 2013 under the Rivers State Scholarship schemes.

    Two of the sixteen students were nabbed after they were caught stealing, Newsmen reports.

    The students, who reportedly said they resorted to stealing due to lack of funds, complained that the government abandoned them to their own fate for close to 2 years, alleging that they (government) refused to pay their […]

  • Kwara residents lament the increasing theft of cooked food on fire

    Kwara residents lament the increasing theft of cooked food on fire

    The hardship brought about by the current economic recession in Nigeria has given rise to a spate of insecurity. According to a reports.

    In Kwara State, cooking a pot of soup is now an invitation to robbers, as cases of eagle-eyed hungry men absconding with cooked food still on the fire is now a daily occurrence.

    The incident is widespread in areas without perimeter fencing and among women who cook or have opted to cook with coal pots. At each of such […]