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NSIA revenue hts N160b

Mr. Uche Orji, the director of the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) announced NSIA 2020 audited financial report in a virtual platform.

Orji said that despite the Covid-19, NSIA had a strong year, as it recorded an income of N160.06 billion last year, making a 343 percent more than the N 36.15 billion income it recorded the previous year.

FG proposes new retirement age for doctors, health workers.

At a meeting of the presidential committee stake holders, health sector professionals association and trade union on Tuesday in Abuja, the minister of labour and employment Chris Ngige, reports that the Federal government proposed new retirement ages for health workers, 65 years for doctors and 70 for consultants in the country.

ALTON decries exodus of tech savvy youths from Nigeria

The chairman Association of Licensed Telecoms Operators of Nigeria ALTON, Gbenga Adebayo, during the weekend at the Africa Patriotic Award, by Trans-Africa Youth Initiative TAYI, in Lagos, stated that the exodus of skilled and tech savvy Nigerian youths from Nigeria is gradually becoming a cause of concern.

He further stated that ” majority of these youths, especially the tech savvy ones, move to less developed countries, because they are looking for opportunities and stability, which is currently missing here.

Eid-ul-Fitri: Nigerian government declares Wednesday, Thursday as public holidays.

Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola on Monday in Abuja, on behalf of the president, declared Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th of May 2021, public holiday, to mark this year’s eid-ul-firtr celebration.

Aregbesola congratulated the Muslim faithful and urged Nigerians to be law abiding citizens, disciplined, kind and tolerant to ensure peace, harmony, economic stability and transformation.

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