Reps bemoan casualisation of workers in public, private sector

By Nicholas Kalu, Abuja ABUJA -. The House of Representatives, on Tuesday, condemned the continuous and persistent casualisation of workers and the degrading treatment meted out on them by their employers in the private and public sectors. It, therefore, called on the Federal Government to put mechanism and policies in place to ensure that employers of Labour conform to internationally acceptable standards of employment. The …

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JAMB: 50 year old, accomplice nabbed for impersonation

Abuja – Two suspects were, on Friday, apprehended by the police over their alleged involvement in impersonation during the 2021 UTME registration. 50-year-old Sesan Obasa and an accomplice, Salvation Terhembe were arrested and paraded before newsmen by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, for alleged impersonation. The two suspects were apprehended by the police over impersonation during the 2021 UTME registration. Terhembe was caught …

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Eastern Palm University Crisis: Vice Chancellor, Prof Tola Badejo Clears the Air

By Our Reporter Professor Tola Badejo is the Vice Chancellor of the Eastern Palm University, Ogboko in Ideato South Local Government Area of Imo State. An easy going convivial technocrat whose mien gives an indication of a man who takes his day as it comes. In this short interview, the University Don let’s readers into some facts that have been reported wrongly by some newspapers, since …

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Group Launches Campus Shuttle For Federal Varsity

By Sylvanus Viashima Jalingo (Precise Post) – The staff Multipurpose Cooperative Society, (SMCSL) Federal University of Wukari on Thursday launched campus Shuttle system to ease movement on the campus and neighborhood for students and the university community. The President of the SMCSL Dr. Akpa Paul Hassan who unveiled the busses and tricycles at the annual General meeting of the cooperative in Wukari, Taraba state noted …

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Alleged N32m Fraud: Executives Of College Of Education Warri Cooperatives Docked

By Francis Etuko Abuja (Precise Post) – Justice Emeka Nwite of the Federal High Court sitting in Warri, Delta State has ordered the remand in correctional custody of Afure Anomioghene Joe, Monica Ossai, Akpiten Natty Onyisi and Okeleza Isaac for allegedly for alleged N32 million fraud. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC) Benin Zonal Office on Tuesday February 2, 2021 arraigned the trio defendants …

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Liquidated Nigeria Airways: FG Commences Final Verification of Workers

By Ogechi Okorie Abuja (Precise Post) – The federal government has commenced the final verification of former staff of liquidated Nigeria Airways. The verification exercise will be carried out by the Presidential Initiative on Continuous Audit, (PICA), Federal Ministry of Finance, in conjunction with the Ministry of Aviation. A statement from the federal ministry of finance said the exercise “is the last the ministry of …

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Martins Idakpini, Soldier Arrested for Criticising Buratai Granted Bail After 7 Months in Detention

By Chris Udochukwu Abuja (Precise Post) – After seven years in detention, Martins Idakpini, a lance corporal arrested and for criticising Tukur Buratai, chief of army staff, has been granted bail. Tope Akinyode, the soldier’s lawyer who confirmed the development, said a court martial sitting in Sokoto ordered that Idakpini be released on bail. Court martial is a judicial process used to try members of …

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Busted! How Gunmen Invaded Kaduna Polytechnic Staff Quarters, Shot One, Abducted Three Others

By Ogechi Okorie Kaduna (Precise Post) – Barely one week after the Kaduna State Polytechnic resumed for academic activities following a long break as a result of the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, gunmen suspected to be kidnappers have invaded the staff quarters of Nuhu Bamali Polytechnic Zaria in Kaduna State. The spokesman of Kaduna State police command, Mohammed Jalige told Channels Television that the …

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French Open Allows Only 1,000 People a Day – Prime Minister

By Ogechi Okorie Paris (Precise Post) – Prime Minister Jean Castex said on Thursday that only 1,000 people a day, including players, staff and organisers, will be welcomed in the French Open.  This is down from the 5,000 spectators it had hoped for. “We will apply at Roland Garros the same rules as elsewhere. We will go from 5,000 to 1,000,” Castex said, clarifying that …

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EFCC Charges Staff on Integrity, Professionalism

By Francis Etuko Abuja (Precise Post) – The Port Harcourt Zonal Head of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Mr. Abdulkarrim Chukkol, has charged its Staff on Integrity and Professionalism. According to the announcement released via the twitter handle if the Commission @officialEFCC, Abdulkarrim called on the Commission’s staff in the zone to embrace integrity and professionalism in the fight against corruption, economic and financial …

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Lufthansa Puts 87,000 Workers on Reduced Hours Over COVID-19 Pandemic

Abuja (Precise Post) – European airline giant Lufthansa said Thursday it has placed 87,000 workers — more than 60 percent of its workforce — on government-backed shorter hours schemes, as air travel idles amid the coronavirus crisis. Among the group’s 135,000 employees, cabin crew, ground crew and for the first time ever pilots are all affected by the measure, a spokesman told AFP. Some 62,000 …

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