FG/ASUU’s meeting ends in deadlock
- Govt turns down lectuers’ request on TSA
The Federal Government’s effort to make the Academic Staff Union of Universities to call off its nationwide strike failed on Thurday.
Uncertainty over N4.314tr revenue from marginal fields
- Govt loses N1.29b daily to unproductive oil wells
The nation’s plan to earn additional $14.100 billion (N4.314 trillion) from 300 million barrels of crude oil is uncertain as licensed marginal fields are unable to engage in meaningful exploration and production activities 13 years after.
Govt agrees to pay varsity teaches N23b allowances
University teachers won a major battle yesterday.
Restructure Nigeria before 2019 polls – EMINENT NIGERIANS
- Only restructuring can save Nigeria – Adebayo, Nwodo, Akinrinade, Maku, Ann-kio Briggs, others…
- Obansanjo attacks Nass members again
LAGOS – some eminent Nigerians including representatives of Afenifere and Ohanaeze converged on Lagos, yesterday with a call for restructuring of the country before the 2019 general elections.
2019 elections under threat
- No restructuring, no polls, southern leaders vow
Prominent leader from the Southern part of the country yesterday said without restructuring and devolution of power, there may be no general election in 2019.
Strike continues, we’ll meet FG again next week – ASUU
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) president, Biodun Ogunyemi, has said that the ongoing strike in public universities across the country will continue until the union meets with the Federal Government again next week.
2019: Dangote rules out presidential bid
…mulls $50bn investment in U.S.,Europe/ Asia, Mexico
Africa’s water crisis at the Queen’s College, Yaba, Lagos, which led to the death of three pupils of the school between February and March, has resurfaced.