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Workers across the nation celebrated as the government led by Tinubu fulfilled their promise to provide a wage award of N35,000.[PHOTOS]



The President Bola Tinubu-led government has begun the payment of the N35,000 wage award to federal civil servants for September....Click Here To Continue Reading>>

LAGOS REPORTERS reports that some jubilant workers confirmed that they started receiving credit alerts on Tuesday.

One of them confirmed receiving payment for September only and not for two months as promised by the federal government.

“Yes I did receive it. I saw the alert about 15 minutes ago. I think it is for September because the alert indicated September,” the source said.

Another civil servant said ,”Yes, I have seen mine too but we are expecting to see another alert because the President said it would start from September so maybe another one will come which will read October.”

President Tinubu approved N35,000 as a provisional wage award for all treasury-paid federal government workers for six months.

This wage award followed the outcome of the meeting between the representatives of the federal government and leaders of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) to stop the planned nationwide strike by the unions on aimed at protesting subsidy removal.

Here are screenshots of bank alerts received by two of the civil servants:


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Atiku has demanded transparency from Tinubu regarding his records, but he has refused to release his academic records.




Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has refused to provide copies of his academic records, despite previously leading a legal battle to obtain President Bola Tinubu’s records. Atiku had successfully compelled Chicago State University (CSU) in the United States to release Tinubu’s academic records in October 2023, which he claimed were forged. He argued that this transparency was necessary to ensure ethical standards in Nigerian public service....Click Here To Continue Reading>>


Premium Times Newspaper submitted a formal request to Atiku on October 3, 2023, requesting copies of his academic certificates from primary school to university level, including his Master’s degree certificate. However, Atiku has yet to provide the requested information, despite acknowledging both letters and promises of a prompt response from his spokesperson, Mr. Paul Ibe.


Premium Times commended Atiku’s pursuit of Tinubu’s records and argued that “transparency and honesty” are crucial for public officials. They further suggested that by providing his own records, Atiku could demonstrate his commitment to these same principles.


While Atiku’s early life and education are partially documented, gaps remain, and controversy has surrounded his academic records, particularly the West African Examination Council (WAEC) certificate issued to “Siddiq Abubakar.” Atiku’s refusal to provide his complete academic records contrasts sharply with his prior demands for transparency from President Tinubu.


Atiku had accused his rival in the 2023 presidential election, Mr Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC), of forgery of a certificate from CSU. Atiku had questioned the copy of the Chicago State University (CSU) certificate Mr Tinubu presented to INEC as evidence of his educational qualification to run for the highest political office in Nigeria. However, the Supreme Court of Nigeria, in its judgement on 26 October, entirely dismissed Atiku’s appeal, refusing to admit the documents from the US in evidence on the grounds that Atiku did not plead the allegation of forgery in his petition to the election tribunal.

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“Tinubu has no intention of excluding any region in Nigeria,” says Shettima.




Vice President Kashim Shettima has assured that every part of Nigeria would feel the impact of the administration of President Bola Tinubu,...Click Here To Continue Reading>>

He said ensuring that no part of the country is left out of the administration’s pursuit of development is the only way to foster peace, unity and development.

Shettima gave that assurance on Friday when he hosted a traditional ruler of Mangu in Plateau State, the Mishkahan Mwaghavul, John Hirse, who led a team on a courtesy visit to his office at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

The Vice President assured the delegation that peace would be restored in Mangu in the shortest possible time, noting that President Tinubu is aware of the situation and therefore the inevitable return of peace to all troubled areas of the country.

He stated: “The crisis in Plateau State has nothing to do with religion. It is only right that we understand ourselves and live peacefully with each other. Plateau State is a land blessed with Muslims and Christians. What unites us replaces what divides us.

Vice President Kashim Shettima (M) in a Group Photograph with members of the traditional rulers of Plateau State during a courtesy call on the Vice President at the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Friday (12/8/23). .

“This administration will deploy all resources to address all political contradictions in the bid to restore peace and harmony in the state.

“We will, by the grace of God, address all the internal contradictions, political overtones, and even ethnic nuances that are part of the conflict and ensure that we find a lasting solution.

“Ours is a great nation chained by the so-called social contradictions that we have in the system and it is essential that for the peace and development of our nation, we restore the trust of the people and the government.”

Earlier in his remarks, Hirse said he and members of his delegation were in Aso Villa to show their appreciation and thank the vice president for attending his coronation.

Vice President Kashim Shettima (M) in a Group Photograph with members of the traditional rulers of Plateau State during a courtesy call on the Vice President at the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Friday (12/8/23).

He noted that Mr. Shettima’s attendance at the coronation shows that he is a father to all.

He commiserated with the people of Kaduna State and commended the Vice President for the government’s response so far.

The royal father pledged his support and that of his people to the Tinubu Administration.

*Stanley Nkwocha**Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Communication**Office of the Vice President**December 8, 2023*

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Dino Melaye has spoken about allegations of receiving billions from Atiku and Dangote. More details about this matter are available.




Senator Dino Melaye, who was the governorship candidate for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the last election in Kogi State, has denied rumors that he received N3 billion from Atiku Abubakar and businessman Aliko Dangote. Speaking at a dinner organized by members of his campaign organization in Abuja, Melaye dismissed the report as fake news spread by his detractors and mischief makers. The former senator also said that he did not collect N1 billion from Atiku and N2 billion from Dangote as was being speculated. He further discussed three lessons he learned from contesting the election....Click Here To Continue Reading>>

According to Melaye, the first lesson is that the east now knows they cannot become governor alone. They will have to collaborate with other zones to become governors. The second lesson is for those from the west. Melaye said that next time, they should listen to the words of wisdom from their elders and not from commercialized characters who create problems for them because, at the end of the day, what their elders have been saying that this will be the worst election for them is eventually what happened. Finally, Melaye stressed that unity was required within the PDP family in the state, especially in Kogi West, for the party to win any election.

Melaye declared that it was against the political interest of the party for Kogi West or any zone in the state to field more than one candidate in such a critical election. He also expressed his gratitude to God and the leaders who supported him throughout the campaign. According to him, they did not experience any gunshots or killings during the campaign, and he thanked everyone for their support.

Melaye further claimed that there was no governorship election in Kogi State.

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