• Unemployed graduates in the 36 states storm to register for Peace Corps job nationwide

    Unemployed graduates in the 36 states storm to register for Peace Corps job nationwide

    Against the backdrop of the recent passage of the Peace Corps bill into law by the senate, thousands of unemployed graduates in the 36 states of the federation have continued to storm the state offices of the organization for job registration.

    The development, according to checks, has led to the processing of the documents and credentials of the affected unemployed graduates for proper registration.

    It was further learnt that the affected unemployed graduates had stormed various media representatives’ offices in some states […]

  • FRSC records 313 road crashes, 143 deaths nationwide in two weeks

    FRSC records 313 road crashes, 143 deaths nationwide in two weeks

    According to reports, the Federal Road Safety Commission on Tuesday said it had recorded 143 deaths from 313 road crashes in two weeks nationwide.

    Statistics made available to the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja by Bisi Kazeem, the Head Media Relations and Strategy, said the crashes involved 502 people in weeks 40 and 41, 2016.

    Kazeem said that 899 people were injured in the crashes, while 1, 044 people were rescued without injury.

    He said that 41,190435 people traveled within the period, […]

  • Why we’re mobilising 86, 000 nationwide – NYSC shares reasons

    Why we’re mobilising 86, 000 nationwide – NYSC shares reasons

    Owing to financial constraints occasioned by recession, only 86, 000 would be mobilised for the 2016 Batch B Orientation, from the massive backlog on queue for the national assignment.

    According to the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), this figure will bring to 260, 000, the total number of corps members mobilised this service year.

    The process for this round of mobilisation, which started with the display of the list of all approved programmes for institutions on NYSC portal for cross checking and […]

  • Resident doctors call off nationwide strike

    Resident doctors call off nationwide strike

    The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) have called off the strike embarked upon due to the inability of the government to meet their demands.

    National President of the Association, Mohammed Askira, made the announcement during a press conference in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital on Saturday, June 25.

    Addressing journalists in Abuja, Mr Askira, however, appealed to the government to implement agreements reached with the association before July the 14th.

    While stating that it’s decision is borne out of the need of alleviating the […]

  • FG sacks striking doctors nationwide

    FG sacks striking doctors nationwide

    The Federal Government has ordered immediate sack of striking resident doctors in the country.

    The Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, in a circular signed by Amina Shamaki, the permanent secretary of the ministry, directed Chief Medical Directors (CMDs) and medical directors (MDs) of FG tertiary health institutions to fill the vacancies created by resident doctors who have “abandoned” their programme.

    Resident doctors in government hospitals had declared indefinite strike on Monday over issue bordering on their entitlements.

    The circular reads: “It has come […]

  • Prostitutes Offer Free S*x Nationwide to Celebrate Youth Day

    Prostitutes Offer Free S*x Nationwide to Celebrate Youth Day

    Prostitutes have set tongues seriously wagging as they announce a s*x free day across the nation to celebrate youths.

    Prostitutes in South Africa have said they are offering free s*x in celebration of what they called Youth Day.

    According to South Africa Latest News, the National Association of Mavuso (NAM), the s*x workers’ association, has said they would offer free services nationwide because, “for once, we want a screw that we are happy for”

    Speaking with iMansi, the group says it hopes its […]

  • Nigeria Police recruitment 2016 begins nationwide April 1

    Nigeria Police recruitment 2016 begins nationwide April 1

    The recruitment of 10, 000 Policemen by the Police Service Commission commences nationwide on Friday, April, 1, 2016.

    President Muhammadu Buhari had last year at the National Security Summit in Abuja directed the recruitment of 10,000 Nigerians into the Force to address the obvious shortfall in the manpower needs of the Police.

    Speaking on the recruitment exercise, Chairman of the Commission, Dr. Mike Okiro warned the Staff of the Commission who will be involved in the screening of candidates to avoid any […]