WELCOME ADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT OF PENGASSAN,
COMRADE FRANCIS OLABODE JOHNSON DURING THE 40
TH
ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE ASSOCIATION AT THE
TRANSCORP HILTON HOTEL ABUJA ON OCTOBER 18 2018.

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ADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT OF PENGASSAN, COMRADE FRANCIS
OLABODE JOHNSON AT THE 5
TH TRIENNIAL DELEGATES’
CONFERENCE OF PENGASSAN NNPC CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS
BRANCH IN ABUJA ON OCTOBER 31, 2018.

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ADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT OF PENGASSAN, COMRADE FRANCIS OLABODE JOHNSON AT THE 5TH TRIENNIAL DELEGATES’ CONFERENCE OF PENGASSAN NNPC CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS BRANCH IN ABUJA ON OCTOBER 31, 2018.

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DPR BDC

PENGASSAN leadership led by its President, Comrade Francis Olabode Johnson and other Central Working Committee (CWC) members witnessing the private section of the PENGASSAN DPR Branch Delegates Conference in Abuja on Wednesday, October 17th, 2018. CONTINUE

PPMC BDC

President, Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN), Comrade Francis Olabode Johnson, led other members of the Central Working Committee (CWC) to participate in the 5th Triennial Delegates Conference of the PENGASSAN PPMC Branch at Top Rank Galaxy Hotel, Utako, abuja on Wednesday, 10th October, 2018. Past leaders of the Branch were also in attendance. CONTINUE

PENGASSAN NAOC Branch

Pictures of events at the 5th Triennial Delegates Conference of the PENGASSAN NAOC Branch at Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos on Friday October 5, 2018. The event was attended by the leadership of PENGASSAN led by the President Comrade Francis Olabode Johnson. Other Branches were also represented by their chairmen and BEC members. At the occasion, Comrade Peter Onita was re-elected as Chairman to lead the Branch for another three year-term.

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PENGASSAN INDEPENDENCE MESSAGE TO NIGERIANS

PENGASSAN INDEPENDENCE MESSAGE TO NIGERIANS

On October 1, 1960, the flag of the British Colonial Nigeria was lowered and a new flag was raised to signify Nigeria’s independence from the colonial rule of Great Britain with a constitutional instrument. Since then, October 1st of every year became memorable for every Nigerian.
The Independence Day Anniversary affords us the opportunity to review the progress made so far as a nation in our socio-economic and political journey; and to appreciate the sacrifice of thousands of our forefathers who keep Nigeria as one united and indivisible nation. CONTINUE

Reduce poverty in the land

Reduce poverty in the land, PENGASSAN tells government.

Oil workers, under the auspices of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN), have called on the governments at all level to increase their efforts at reducing poverty in the country.
The workers stated that this can be achieved by putting in place people-oriented programmes and policies. CONTINUE

THE OFFICIALS OF THE BRANCH OF ZENITH BANK MATORI PLC PAID A COURTESY VISIT TO PENGASSAN PRESIDENT

The officials of the Matori Branch of Zenith Bank Plc led by Mrs ijeoma Umeasiegbu paid a courtesy visit on the President of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN), Comrade Francis Olabode Johnson at Association’s head office at Ikorodu Road, Lagos for consolidation of the relationship between the bank and the Association. PENGASSAN offiational Treasurer, Comrade Victor Ononokpono; General Secretary, Comrade Lumumba Okugbawa; Deputy General Secretary Finance and Administration, Comrade Joseph Oshiokpekhai and Deputy General Secretary Industrial Retaions,Comrade Ngozi Okagbue.

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NEWS REVIEW FOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 2018

NEWS REVIEW FOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 2018

Buhari withholds assent to 17-year-old oil bill
President Muhammadu Buhari has withheld assent to the Petroleum Industrial Governance Bill (PIGB). The decision is coming after 17 years of rigorous consultations and legislative hassles on the document.

Buhari withholds assent to 17-year-old oil bill

NNPC to establish 200,000bpd condensate refineries
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is to establish two condensate refineries with 200,000 barrels per day (bpd) refining capacity at Western Forcados Area and Assah North, Ohaji South (ANOH) Delta and Imo states.

NNPC to establish 200,000bpd condensate refineries

NNPC to establish two condensate refineries

FG denies alleged plans to sell NLNG
The Federal Government on Tuesday, denied that there were plans to sell the Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (NLNG).

FG denies alleged plans to sell NLNG

Govt denies plan to sell NLNG to reflate economy

Rising crude refining cost justifies need to harness Nigeria’s local capacity
For 2017 alone, Nigeria imported 22.5387 billion litres of petroleum products worth over N3.24 trillion from foreign refineries. This is likely going to soar this year given the rising crude prices in the global marketplace. STANLEY OPARA, in this report, examines the need to harness local refining capacity.

Rising crude refining cost justifies need to harness Nigeria’s local capacity

FG suspends pipeline monitoring contract over oil theft
The Federal Government has suspended the contract it awarded to Topline Security, a private firm, for the protection of petroleum pipelines belongings to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).

FG suspends pipeline monitoring contract over oil theft

$3.3bn Egina FPSO has opened Nigeria for more investments, say stakeholders
The $3.3 billion Floating Production Storage Offloading (FPSO) unit that sailed away in the early hours of Sunday from Lagos to the 200,000 barrels per day Egina oilfield has opened new vistas for investments into Nigeria from all over the world, according to stakeholders.

$3.3bn Egina FPSO has opened Nigeria for more investments, say stakeholders

Egina FPSO sail-away buoys oil, gas production increase
Anticipated increase by 200,000 barrels of oil per day to Nigeria’s oil production (approximately 10 per cent of the country’s total oil production) received impetus following the successful sail-away of the Egina Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO).

Egina FPSO sail-away buoys oil, gas production increase

$3.3bn Egina FPSO to arrive offshore oilfield this week
The $3.3 billion Floating Production Storage Offloading (FPSO) unit that sailed away in the early hours of Sunday from Lagos to the 200,000 barrels per day Egina oilfield will arrive at the offshore field this week, investigation has revealed.

$3.3bn Egina FPSO to arrive offshore oilfield this week

Group petitions presidency, EFCC over 30,000 job losses in Egina FPSO
Young professionals in the oil and gas sector yesterday petitioned President Muhammadu Buhari and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to protest against corruption in the sector, which has led to the loss of 30,000 jobs.

Group petitions presidency, EFCC over 30,000 job losses in Egina FPSO

Faltering growth affirms Nigeria’s oil dependence
Just because the nation’s oil sector lost its steam to the tune of four per cent, the non-oil sector, with its impressive 10-quarter high at two per cent, could not deliver the country from the pangs of economic slowdown.

Faltering growth affirms Nigeria’s oil dependence

Deepen local content in maritime, oil & gas sectors, FG told
Agencies of the Federal Government regulating the maritime and oil & gas sectors have been charged to improve implementation of local content policies in order to enable establishment of indigenous companies and employment generation in the two sectors

Deepen local content in maritime, oil & gas sectors, FG told

Shell Nigeria Gas marks 20 years, implements health programme
Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG) has marked its 20th anniversary as a gas distribution company, and has implemented a health programme as part of the activities marking the event.

Shell Nigeria Gas marks 20 years, implements health programme


Nestoil blames delay of OB3 pipeline on weather
The delay in completion of the Obiafu, Obrikom, Oben (OB3) gas pipeline has been attributed to bad weather owing to flooding from continual rainfalls in areas of operation.

Nestoil blames delay of OB3 pipeline on weather

Claims on NNPC operations pit APC against PDP
To the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is economical with the truth on remittances into the Federation Account.

Claims on NNPC operations pit APC against PDP

OTHER NEWS
FMBN, labour plan 2,800-unit housing scheme
The Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) and leading labour unions have agreed to begin the implementation of a national affordable housing programme for workers.

FMBN, labour plan 2,800-unit housing scheme

FMBN, labour unions plan affordable housing programme for workers

Nigeria, home to highest number of world’s very poor people –UK Prime Minister
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Mrs Theresa May, has painted a grim picture of economic inequality in Nigeria and many other countries in Africa.

Nigeria, home to highest number of world’s very poor people –UK Prime Minister

Buhari administration has spent N500bn to alleviate poverty, says Osinbajo
Nigeria’s vice president Yemi Osinbajo on Tuesday said the government has injected the sum of N500 billion to create wealth and alleviate poverty.

Buhari administration has spent N500bn to alleviate poverty, says Osinbajo

Why Nigeria’s economic recovery is slowing down
Ordinarily there should be so much going for Nigeria’s economy. Production of crude oil at about 2 million barrels per day at a good price of about 70 dollars per barrel is yielding good foreign exchange for the Nation, helping to boost foreign reserves which today stand at about 47.25 Billion dollars.

Why Nigeria’s economic recovery is slowing down


What it takes to register a business name
In Nigeria, many small businesses pay little attention to having their business entities registered.

What it takes to register a business name

Ogun not remitting pension deductions since 2015—SPN
THE problem of remittanc-es of pension deductions from workers’ salaries and payment of pensions to retired civil servants by state governments across the country, has reached a boiling point.

Ogun not remitting pension deductions since 2015—SPN

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NUPENG COURTESY VISIT TO PENGASSAN

The President of the National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), Comrade Williams Akporeha and the Deputy General Secretary (DGS) Operations, Comrade Olawale Afolabi paid a courtesy call on the PENGASSAN President, Comrade Francis Olabode Johnson, at PENGASSAN National Secretariat in Lagos on Friday. In attendance were the General Secretary, Comrade Lumumba Okugbawa; Deputy General Secretary Finance & Admin, Comrade Joseph Oshiokpekhai; Deputy General Secretary Industrial Relations, Comrade Ngozi Okagbue; and Assistant General Secretary Research & Development, Comrade Jerry Amah.

 

 

NEWS REVIEW FOR TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 2018

NEWS REVIEW FOR TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 2018
Oil & Gas
Oil sector depresses Nigeria’s Q2’18 GDP
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has disclosed that the decline in Nigeria’s oil production has slowed the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to 1.5 percent in the second quarter of 2018 (Q2’18).

Oil sector depresses Nigeria’s Q2’18 GDP


Tanker drivers commend government for improving road infrastructure
The Petrol Tanker Drivers (PTD) branch of the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), has commended the Minister of Works, Power, and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, on improvement in infrastructure development across the country.

Tanker drivers commend government for improving road infrastructure


Excess oil revenue rises to $58m per day as price hits $76 per barrel
Nigeria’s excess oil revenue has increased from $48.3 million to $58 million per day as international oil price leaps to $76 per barrel Monday from $72.

Excess oil revenue rises to $58m per day as price hits $76 per barrel


Oil rises, world stock index at highest in over 5 months on NAFTA hopes
An index of major world stock markets rose to its highest level in more than five months on Monday, following signs of progress on a U.S.-Mexico trade deal.

Oil rises, world stock index at highest in over 5 months on NAFTA hopes


Oil Will Remain Relevant in Global Energy Mix, Says Shell Boss
Crude oil as a major component of the global and local energy mix, will continue to remain relevant in the medium term, but expectations on the commodity have gradually changed, the Managing Director of Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC) and Country Chair of Shell Companies in Nigeria, Mr. Osagie Okunbor has disclosed.

Oil Will Remain Relevant in Global Energy Mix, Says Shell Boss


Crude Oil Price Rises to $76 per Barrel
The price of the global benchmark, Brent oil rose yesterday to $76 per barrel even as global output continued to rise while a trade dispute between the United States and China capped gains.

Crude Oil Price Rises to $76 per Barrel


Oil Consortium to deliver 1.8bn litres PMS, save $1.7bn
JIL-AMBER Consortium, involving JIL Engineering & Oil Services Limited and Amber Enerji Makina Logistics, is set to deliver 1,898,460,000 litres of petrol as part of moves to enable Nigeria exit massive importation by 2019.

Oil Consortium to deliver 1.8bn litres PMS, save $1.7bn


Total sells equity in Hazira terminal, signs LNG agreement with Shell
Total has signed a binding Letter of Intent (LOI) with Shell for the sale of its 26 per cent minority equity stake in Hazira LNG regasification terminal in India.

Total sells equity in Hazira terminal, signs LNG agreement with Shell


JV funds’ll attract investments in oil sector – Shell
Improvement in the release of joint venture funds for oil and gas projects by the Federal Government through the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation will attract more investments to Nigeria’s oil sector, Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria has said.

JV funds’ll attract investments in oil sector – Shell


Nigeria export to Denmark rises by 157 % in 2018, says envoy
Denmark ambassador to Nigeria, Torben Gettermann, says Nigeria export to Denmark rose by 156.6 per cent within the first three months of 2018 in relation to the same period in 2017.

Nigeria export to Denmark rises by 157 % in 2018, says envoy


AVEON Offshore, National Oilwell Varco delivers Egina OLT-BUOY project
AVEON Offshore has team-up with National Oilwell Varco, APL/NOV, to launch an EGINA OLT- BUOY.

AVEON Offshore, National Oilwell Varco delivers Egina OLT-BUOY project


Kachikwu, others to attend Future Energy conference
Minister of State, Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, his counterpart in South Africa, H.E Jeff Radebe; Uganda, Hon. Irene Muloni and Kenya, Hon. Charles Keter along with over 300 delegates from over 50 countries and 1,500 global industry attendees are among others expected to attend the 2018 Future Energy Africa.

Kachikwu, others to attend Future Energy conference


With JTF metallic operation, crude oil thieves can’t restart business in N’Delta
THE criminal but lucrative crude oil refinery business, which once dominated the mangrove swamp of the Niger Delta is gradually being decimated, following sustained raids on the camps tucked away in the creeks by operatives of the Joint Task Force, code-named Operation Delta Safe, OPDS, in the region.

With JTF metallic operation, crude oil thieves can’t restart business in N’Delta – Major Abdullahi


Missing tanker docks in Togo after suspected hijacking
A tanker with 19 crew members on board has docked at a port in Togo after going missing for over a week in a suspected hijacking off the West African coast, the crew’s agency said on Friday.

Missing tanker docks in Togo after suspected hijacking


PANDEF writes Chevron over alleged enslavement of N-Delta graduates
PAN NIGER Delta Forum, PANDEF, the umbrella body of leaders and stakeholders of ethnic nationalities of Niger Delta, has written to Chevron Nigeria Limited, CNL, demanding a meeting over complaints that 151 graduates of the region that underwent the company’s Vocational Training Programme, VTP, were being used as bond (slave) labour, rather than given employment, three to four years after they concluded the programme.

PANDEF writes Chevron over alleged enslavement of N-Delta graduates


Osinbajo knocks IBB, Obasanjo, Jonathan, others for wasting $982.8bn oil revenues
Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo said he wondered how past Nigerian leaders, including a military dictator, Ibrahim Babangida; former President Olusegun Obasanjo and former President Goodluck Jonathan, spent the oil revenues that accrued to the country during their administrations.

Osinbajo knocks IBB, Obasanjo, Jonathan, others for wasting $982.8bn oil revenues


Oil spills: ‘Shell using JTF to force us to sign report’
The people of Aghoro 1 community in Ekeremor Local Government Area, Bayelsa State, have accused Shell Petroleum Development Company of using the Joint Military Task Force, Operation Delta Safe, to coerce their leaders into signing oil spill reports.

Oil spills: ‘Shell using JTF to force us to sign report’


JTF, Shell deny coercing Bayelsa community to endorse spill report
The Joint Task Force (JTF) in the Niger Delta and oil major, Shell on Monday denied allegations of coercing the leadership of Aghoro 1 community in Bayelsa to sign a disputed report on oil spillage.

JTF, Shell deny coercing Bayelsa community to endorse spill report

Other News
Nigeria spends $22bn annually on food importation — Audu Ogbe
THE Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mr. Audu Ogbeh, has expressed displeasure over the huge funds the country spent on importation of food, adding that efforts were ongoing to reverse the trend.

Nigeria spends $22bn annually on food importation — Audu Ogbe


Manufacturing key to economic growth, devt – Dangote
EXECUTIVE Director of the Dangote Group, Hajiya Halima Aliko-Dangote has urged millennials in Nigeria and across Africa to diversify from service-oriented enterprises to manufacturing and agriculture in a bid to fast-track the development of the continent.

Manufacturing key to economic growth, devt – Dangote


Strike: NLC, TUC ban ex-Ekiti labour leaders for 10 years
FORMER Chairmen of the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, Ayodeji Aluko and the Trade Union Congress, TUC, Kolawole Olaiya have been barred from labour unionism for a period of 10 years for allegedly spearheading a protest where they declared an indefinite strike without authorization.

Strike: NLC, TUC ban ex-Ekiti labour leaders for 10 years

Ekiti NLC, TUC slam 10-year ban on ex-labour leaders


ASSBIFI decries deteriorating condition of workers
The Association of Senior Staff of Banks, Insurance and Financial Institutions (ASSBIFI) has drawn the attention of employers, government at various levels and other stakeholders to the deteriorating condition of workers in the country.

ASSBIFI decries deteriorating condition of workers

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NEWS REVIEW FOR THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018

NEWS REVIEW FOR THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018
Oil & Gas

NCDMB seeks listing of oil firms on Stock Exchange
THE Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Engr. Simbi Wabote has urged investors in Nigeria’s oil and gas industry to get listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE in order to attract adequate funds required to grow their businesses.

NCDMB seeks listing of oil firms on Stock Exchange

Why multinationals, IOCs defy listing on NSE
Efforts by the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), to woo multinational companies in the telecoms, and oil and gas sectors to list on the nation’s bourse may continue to ‘hit a brick wall’, unless government withdrew completely from private business.

Why multinationals, IOCs defy listing on NSE 

Nigeria’s net revenue lowest among OPEC members
Nigeria’s oil receipts are currently the lowest among members of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) with capita net put at $132 per citizen.

Nigeria’s net revenue lowest among OPEC members

NLNG Train 7 to increase FDI in Nigeria – MD
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG), Tony Attah, has said that the NLNG’s planned Train 7 Project, which will increase production output of its plant from 22 Million Tonnes Per Annum (MTPA) to 30 MTPA, will lift Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the country.

NLNG Train 7 to increase FDI in Nigeria – MD

Oil price rises above $74 as supply tightens
The global oil benchmark, Brent crude, hit a two-week high above $74 a barrel on Wednesday as an industry report showing a sharp drop in US crude inventories and US sanctions on Iran pointed to tighter supplies.

Oil price rises above $74 as supply tightens

Oil at $74 on report of U.S. inventory drop, Iran sanctions

Total committed to add 200,000 barrels per day in Q4
Total Exploration and Production Nigeria limited has assured that by the last quarter of 2018 it will be adding 200,000 barrels of oil per day to nation’s oil production.

Total committed to add 200,000 barrels per day in Q4

Nigerian crude oil sells slowly amid oversupply
The number of unsold Nigerian crude oil cargoes has reduced as buying interest picked up on Wednesday.

Nigerian crude oil sells slowly amid oversupply

FG, oil majors lose N195bn to pipeline shutdown
The shutdown of the Trans-Ramos Pipeline since May has cost the Federal Government, Shell, Total and Nigeria Agip Oil Company Limited at least $640m (N195bn) in lost revenue.

FG, oil majors lose N195bn to pipeline shutdown

IPMAN calls for urgency in roads repair
The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has called on the Federal Government to expedite action on the repair and reconstruction of bad roads across the country.

IPMAN calls for urgency in roads repair

NNPC, others sign pact to develop Bayelsa state’s oil communities
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and FIRST Exploration and Petroleum Development Company Limited (FIRST E&P) Joint Venture have signed a Global Memorandum of Understanding (GMoU) with KEFFES Rural Development Foundation (KDRF) to better the lot of host communities in Bayelsa State.

NNPC, others sign pact to develop Bayelsa state’s oil communities

Oil majors, tanker owners defy presidential orders
The directives by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo aimed at easing traffic congestion in the Apapa area of Lagos State and ensuring the relocation of oil companies’ headquarters to the Niger Delta have not been complied with.

Oil majors, tanker owners defy presidential orders

Tank farms: Apapa sitting on keg of gun powder — Vicky Haastrup
Executive Vice Chairman of ENL Consortium, operators of Terminals C and D of Apapa port, spoke with Godfrey Bivbere, Abigail Ezenwafo & Kemi Abioye on cost of ports operations, the Ports & Harbours Bill, way out of the traffic logjam, alternative transport of goods and many more.

Tank farms: Apapa sitting on keg of gun powder — Vicky Haastrup

Why OB3 pipeline project is delayed, by Nestoil
Nestoil has attributed the delay in the completion of the East-West pipeline project to incessant rainfall, resulting in flooding of the operational areas.

Why OB3 pipeline project is delayed, by Nestoil

SPDC announces clean-up in Aghoro, Odimodi
The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC), says it has recovered over 95 per cent of spilled oil from the recent spill incidents on sections of the Trans Ramos Pipeline (TRP) in Aghoro and Odimodi communities in Bayelsa and Delta states respectively.

SPDC announces clean-up in Aghoro, Odimodi

30 cargoes of Nigeria’s oil await buyers
There are indications that Nigeria’s oil has been over-supplied as 30 unsold cargoes await buyers in the international market.

30 cargoes of Nigeria’s oil await buyers

Kuwait to settle oilfield disputes with Iraq, Saudi Arabia
Kuwaiti Oil Minister, Bakheet al-Rashidi, has said he expects to resolve two long-standing oilfield disputes involving its neighbours, Iraq and Saudi Arabia, in the coming weeks.

Kuwait to settle oilfield disputes with Iraq, Saudi Arabia

FG to adopt methanol fuel technology – Minister
The Federal Government is considering the utilization of methanol fuel technology to generate electricity and expand the chemical industry.

FG to adopt methanol fuel technology – Minister

Other News
ILO decries low participation of women in labour market
Latest figure from International Labour Organisation (ILO) indicates that despite notable progress over the past 20 years, there are still persistent inequalities between women and men on access to the labour market, unemployment and conditions at work.

ILO decries low participation of women in labour market

Government raises domestic borrowings by N1.5 trillion
The Federal Government has borrowed no less than N1.47 trillion from deposit money banks in the last three months, possibly through debt instruments from its monetary authorities.

Government raises domestic borrowings by N1.5 trillion


Governors delaying new minimum wage – Ngige
The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, has attributed the delay in the approval of a new minimum wage for Nigerian workers to the inability of the state governors to agree on a figure.

Governors delaying new minimum wage – Ngige


As Inflation Continues to Simmer Down
Inflation in Nigeria which stubbornly jumped to about 19 per cent in 2017, has continued to trend downward.

As Inflation Continues to Simmer Down


FG spent $202,000 servicing external debt for 2018 Q2
The Debt Management Office (DMO) has disclosed that Nigeria spent a total of $202,253.15 to service its external debt stock for the second quarter of 2018.

FG spent $202,000 servicing external debt for 2018 Q2


TUC commends FG’s anti-corruption fight
Trade Union Congress (TUC) has commended the Federal Government’s fight against corruption.

TUC commends FG’s anti-corruption fight


PenCom in the Eyes of Pension Reform Act of 2004
Pension funds by their very nature can, in some cases, tempt even an angel. And that is why its administration demands from those charged with the responsibility of ensuring an effective and efficient managing the funds an unimpeachable integrity, transparency and accountability, proactive in terms of being hands on in a practical manner, responsiveness as it relates to promptness and sensitivity.

PenCom in the Eyes of Pension Reform Act of 2004


CPC Vs Multichoice: No end in sight over price hike tussle
There seems to be no end in sight over the tussle between the Consumer Protection Council (CPC) and Multichoice Nigeria Limited (operators of DStv and GOtv) over subscription fee hike of cable television services.

CPC Vs Multichoice: No end in sight over price hike tussle


Unpaid Salary: Ekiti Workers Chase out Colleagues from Offices
Workers in Ekiti State, led by their leaders Thursday chased out the staff of the state government from their offices following the non-payment of salaries to the workers.

Unpaid Salary: Ekiti Workers Chase out Colleagues from Offices


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