Todays Headline:Atiku In A Hurry To Restore Hope For Nigerians—Aniagwu;No Work, No Pay–Adamu Alleges – TrendyNewsReporters

Todays Headline:Atiku In A Hurry To Restore Hope For Nigerians—Aniagwu;No Work, No Pay–Adamu Alleges


Atiku In A Hurry To Restore Hope For Nigerians—Aniagwu

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Delta State Commissioner for Information, Mr Charles Aniagwu says Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, is in a hurry to get Nigeria working again and restore hope for the citizenry.

Speaking on AIT on Monday night, Aniagwu said that most Nigerians were looking up to the PDP to rescue the country from it’s present comatose state.

He accused the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, of failing on their campaign promises and lying about their achievements.

According to him, one of the greatest sins that APC has committed is not just their inability to deliver on a number of their promises, particularly insecurity and economy, but also lying about the efforts they are putting in.

No Work, No Pay–Adamu Alleges

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Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, has said the only issue yet to be resolved with the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, over the union’s lingering strike is the issue of the law on “No work, No pay.”

Adamu disclosed this to reporters on Tuesday at a meeting with Pro-Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors of Federal Universities at the National Universities Commission (NUC) in Abuja.

“To be frank with all the unions, especially with ASUU, one major issue over which Government and the Unions could not reach amicable agreement was the issue of the law on “No work, No pay.” In the spirit of sincerity, the Government made it clear that it would not break the law,” he said.

He expressed gratitude to all the Unions that have made the sacrifice of understanding the position of Government on the matter.

ASUU has been involved in a face-off with the Federal Government for over six months, leading to the complete closure of public universities in Nigeria.

Customs Seize Explosives In Ogun, Arrest Suspects

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The Nigeria Customs Service said it had seized 20 drums of carbide in Ijebu-Ode area of Ogun State.

Addressing journalists in Ikeja on Tuesday, the Acting Custom Area Controller in charge of the Federal Operations Unit Zone A, Comptroller Ejibunnu Hussain, said that the seized explosives had a Duty Paid Value of about N33 million.

Explaining further, Ejibunnu said that the material was used for the production of Improvised Explosive Device.

He added that importation of such substances must get an approval from the office of the National Security Adviser.

FG, VCs, Pro-Chancellors Meet

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The Federal Government on Tuesday in Abuja met with Vice Chancellors and Pro-Chancellors of federal universities to end the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

The Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, at the meeting, described the indefinite strike by ASUU as an anguish and internal turmoil to him.

Adamu said he wanted the parties to reach an amicable resolution of all the issues contained in the 2009 Agreements because the past two weeks had been a very dark period in the education sector.

“I used to think in a climate of frankness, and with mutual goodwill, an end or solution would have been found to incessant strikes in the education sector.

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