Insecurity: Sack FCT minister within 72hrs, Abuja group begs Buhari

November 2, 2021 Editorial II 0

An indigenous Civil Society Organisation under the auspices of Abuja Grassroots Advocacy Projects (AGAP) has called for the immediate sack of the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Malam Muhammad Musa Bello over none implementation budgetary allocations. The CSO who made this call in a statement Tuesday in Abuja on the state of the capital city which the group Read More

Blueprint editor tasks Nile varsity students on hard work, service to humanity

The editor of Blueprint Newspapers, Abdulrahman Abdulrauf, has charged 300-level students of the department of mass communication of Nile University, Abuja, to be hard-working, patient and “possess the attitude of service to society, if you want to succeed as journalist.” He also urged them to always stand by the truth and avoid the get-rich-quick syndrome.    Abdulrauf, who gave the charge Thursday when Read More

Kaduna strike: Reverse all anti-workers’ policies, ADP tells El-rufai

May 18, 2021 Bode Olagoke 0

Following the ongoing strike action in Kaduna state, the Action Democratic Party (ADP) has asked governor Nasir El-rufai to immediately reverse all the policies considered against the wellbeing of workers in the state. The opposition party also called on the labour union to take cognisance of its members and the wider populace by being flexible and amenable to negotiations that Read More

Breaking: 14 burnt to death on Lagos-Ibadan expressway accident

May 7, 2021 Bode Olagoke 0

About 14 passengers (11 adults and three children) were on Thursday night burnt to death in an accident around the Lagos-Ibadan expressway. The spokesperson, Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps (TRACE), Babatunde Akinbiyi, confirmed the incident to newsmen in Abeokuta, Friday. Confirming the incident, Akinbiyi said the accident involved a silver Toyota RAV 4, with registration number, LND 13 GS, a Read More

ITF trains 5,200 youths in skill acquisition

May 5, 2021 AbdulRaheem Aodu 0

  The Industrial Training Fund (ITF) has graduated 5,200 youth trained in various skills under its 2020 National Industrial Skills Development Programme (NISDP) to make them self employed. The youth drawn from across the country were trained in six trades including fashion design and garment making, information and communication technology (ICT), poultry production, cosmetology, aquaculture (fish production) and crop production (greenhouse Read More

Daily Trust Foundation trains journalists on multimedia journalism

March 30, 2021 Benjamin Samson 0

The chairman of Daily Trust Foundation, Alhaji Bilya Bala, has urged journalists to acquire multimedia skill sets that will keep them relevant in the industry in 21st century. Bala who was represented by Malam Umar Addullahi, a board member of the foundation, stated this o Monday during the opening session of a three-day workshop on multimedia journalism organised by the Read More

In Nasarawa, gov Sule promises to sustain inclusive governance

March 25, 2021 Mohammed Yangida 0

Governor Abdulllahi Sule of Nasarawa state has said his administration would continue to operate an all inclusive government for the people of Nasarawa irrespective of ethnic, religious or party differences.Sule stated this in an interview with Journalists on Thursday, in Lafia. He said the opposition in the state were defecting to the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) daily due to Read More