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July 12, 2024

Only one per cent of Nigerians refused to pay bribe demanded by judges for favourable outcomes: Data Bureau

NBS said only two per cent of Nigeria’s population did not pay bribes bribery to sway court judgements in their favour after meeting judges or magistrates.

July 8, 2024

Kaduna health workers begin five-day warning strike

A check on some public hospitals showed only doctors and laboratory technicians were on duty.

June 17, 2024

‘Japa syndrome’ major problem affecting Federal Medical Centre, Yenagoa: CMD

“This japa movement has been a major challenge, not only for us here in FMC Yenagoa but most of the hospitals across Nigeria as a country,” the CMD said.

Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Yenagoa in Bayelsa (CREDIT: PM news)
March 20, 2024

Japa: Nurses sue health minister over implementation of new guidelines

Nigerian nurses are required to work in the country for at least two years before seeking greener pastures abroad.

February 12, 2024

Nurses protest guidelines for verification of new certificate

The nurses asked the council to address welfare, salary scale, shortage of staff, and other rights.

January 3, 2024

Denmark announces visas for welders, bricklayers, mechanics, teachers, others

Denmark has announced visas for a new list of professional skilled workers as part of its move to deal with a labour shortage.

September 5, 2023

Banks shut, hospitals neglected as Kogi workers join NLC strike

The entrances to all the banks were locked to customers, with only the guards and security agents seen keeping vigil in their vicinities.

May 24, 2023

Over 300,000 Nigerian women living with fistula: UN

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) says there are 300,000 obstetric fistula cases in Nigeria, calling for political will to end it.

April 30, 2023

Workers’ Day: Catholic bishop urges govt., private employers to overhaul working conditions 

Mr Badejo said as Nigerians plan to observe Workers’ Day on Monday, the government should be sensitive to the workers’ plights and loudly encourage them by paying handsomely.

Bishop, Catholic Diocese of Oyo, Emmanuel Badejo
May 1, 2022

Traffic offenders during Eid-el-Fitr risk fines, jail terms, FRSC says

Traffic offenders risk fines between N2,000 and N200,000 or jail terms ranging from two to six months.

Federal Road Safety Corps