Group Commends SCC, Task Others On Corporate Social Responsibility

By Omonu Nelson, Abuja A Federal Capital Territory residency group, “Amalgamated Dawaki Extension Resident Association (ADERA), has tasked corporate bodies, especially, construction companies, operating in the area, to up their social responsibility to the District. The chairman of ADERA, Chukwudubem Egbunike, who doubles as the leader of Rockside Community in Dawaki, made this appeal during…

Young Pharmacists Seek NAFDAC Support On Community Health Initiative

By CHIKA IZUORA, Lagos The Young Pharmacists Group Nigeria, (YPGN), an integral group of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria, PSN, is seeking support of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, (NAFDAC), towards its grassroots health outreach projects, across the country. The group also announced that it is about to launch a…

Lagos Seals Off Chisco, Ifex, GUO Transport, Courier Companies

BY GEORGE OKOJIE, Lagos The Lagos State Government has sealed off the premises of some major commercial transport and courier companies, at Jibowu, on Ikorodu Road as it begins enforcement of the relocation of inter-state buses to Ojota. The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Transportation, Olufemi Salami ordered the seal off with the approval of the…

Anambra Guber : Uncertainty Looms As African Peoples Party Ask Tribunal To Nullify Obiano’s Victory

*Party Hires American based forensic expert Joe Makanzie, 4 SANs The African People’s Party, has asked the Anambra State governorship Electoral Tribunal to quash the victory of Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State at the just concluded governorship election in the state . In a petition filed before the Tribunal dated 7th December, 2017 with…

REPS To FG: PAY Debts Owed NDDC

BY ANAYO ONUKWUGHA, PORT HARCOURT The House of Representative Committee on Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), has appealed to the Federal Government to pay all outstanding debts to the Commission within a reasonable time. The Chairman of the committee, Hon Nicholas Mutu, made the appeal yesterday when he led his colleagues to pay a courtesy…