Date
November 22, 2018

BREAKING: GOV YAHAYA BELLO’S DEPUTY DUMPS APC FOR PDP

  Fresh report reaching NEWS FLAKES NG as at PRESS TIME has it that Kogi State Deputy Governor, Hon. Simon Achu­ba has dumped the All Progressives Congress, APC to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP. Hon Achuba announced to dump the APC this afternoon. Hon. Achuba (JP) hails from Ibaji Local Government Area of Kogi State and was a two-time honourable member of the state House of Assembly from 1999 to 2007 where he was Deputy-Speak­er during his second tenure. Details Shortly!! [Read]

Amosun Presents N420.6bn “Budget Of Enduring Legacy” To Ogun Assembly – SEE BREAKDOWN OF FIGURES HERE

  ABEOKUTA – Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun on Wednesday presented to the state House of Assembly a budget of N420.6billion for 2019. The budget titled, “Budget of Enduring Legacy’’, Amosun said the figure represents an increase of 17 per cent over the N345.4billion budgeted for 2018. He said that the proposal was made up of N254.055 billion capital expenditure, representing 63.1 per cent and recurrent expenditure of N148.5 billion, representing 36.9 per cent. The governor explained that the 2019 proposal was based on his administration’s resolve to deliver its campaign promises despite the fact that the administration was wrapping up. Amosun said that the state projected N221.244billion as revenue [Read]

WAEC announces release of 2018 second series WASSCE results

  The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) has released the results of the 2018 second series of the West Africa Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination. While announcing the release of the results on Wednesday, November 21, 2018, the Head of the Nigeria National Office of the West African Examination Council (WAEC), Mr Olu Adenipekun said 39, 557 candidates obtained credits and above in a minimum of five subjects including English Language and Mathematics. The figure according to Adenipekun represents 35.99 per cent of 109, 902 candidates that sat the examination. The WAEC Boss also said 63,037 candidates representing 57.36% obtained credits in five subjects excluding Mathematics and English. He added [Read]