• 6 Nigerian Governors to embark on a trip for vocational training in Germany

    6 Nigerian Governors to embark on a trip for vocational training in Germany

    According to reports reaching ADELOVE, Six governors from the six geo-political zones of the country are to embark on a  trip to Germany where they would take part in a vocational programme.

    This is even as the Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) opened discussions with the German government for partnership to boost agriculture and health sectors.

    The decision was reached after a meeting with representative of the German government at the Presidential Villa on Wednesday night, where they received a presentation on different […]

  • Nigerian governors cannot pay salaries because they fail to think outside the box – Amosun

    Nigerian governors cannot pay salaries because they fail to think outside the box – Amosun

    Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State, yesterday said the reason why some governors could not pay salaries and fund their states well was because they have failed to think outside the box.

    Amosun, who spoke during a meeting with Organised Private Sector at the Government House, Abeokuta, said; ‘’The era of free money from Abuja had gone.’’

    He added that the development had made governors to become endangered species among their people. While reacting to the allegation of mismanagement of bailout by […]

  • MTN must pay $5.2Billion fine in full – 36 Nigerian Governors met earlier today, support NCC

    MTN must pay $5.2Billion fine in full – 36 Nigerian Governors met earlier today, support NCC

    The Nigerian Governors who met at the Banquet Hall of the State House Abuja commended the NCC for its strict compliance and enforcement of the law in its regulation of the telecom sector, it was reported that they rose from their meeting early on Thursday with a clear resolution to throw their weight behind the Nigerian Communications Commissions (NCC) in its fine imposed of one of Nigeria’s telecommunication Giants, MTN to pay the $5.2 billion, (N1.04) trillion for alleged security […]