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JUSUN STRIKE: NBA COMMENDS BRANCHES, ASSURES CONTINUED ENGAGEMENT, PLEADS WITH MEMBERS TO BE PATIENT

As you are aware, the strike action by the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) has entered its 5th week. The implication of this, is that our courts are shut down, thereby halting the activities of the 3rd arm of government.

Ikorodu Bois to Sanwo-Olu – “We are very proud of you” as Sanwo-Olu Hosts them

Sanwo-Olu, who was hosting the party, praised them for putting Lagos on the map through their imagination.

An international Law Firm has Named its First Nigerian-Qualified Partner.

According to a statement released by the agency, his election is being hailed as yet another sign of a Nigerian excelling at the highest technical standard on the global stage.

NIN Registration Deadline has been Extended to June 30th, with over 54 million People Enrolled.

The Federal Government through the Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy, has on Tuesday announced the extension of the deadline for the NIN-SIM linkage and verification by eight weeks, till June 30, 2021.

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Reacts to Accusations of Profiling at Baptist Girls’ Academy.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has denied claims that it targeted the Baptist Girls' Academy in Lagos during a registration centre inspection.

Reactions to Nigeria Being the World’s Third Worst-Governed Nation

Recall that aside police brutality which stimulated call for the disbandment of the Special Anti-Rubbery Squad, SARS, by Nigerian youths in 2020, one of the key factors that triggered the protest was bad governance.

After 27 Years of Marriage, Bill and Melinda Gates are Getting Divorced.

Bill and Melinda Gates, two of the richest people in the world, who reshaped philanthropy and public health with the fortune Mr. Gates made as a co-founder of Microsoft, said on Monday that they were divorcing.

Microsoft is Working to Train Five Million Nigerians in Digital Skills.

This is intended to be achieved in collaboration with the Federal Government in order to create a competitive digital economy.
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