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Federal Government employs 200,000 graduates as teachers, agricultural extension workers
The Federal Government on Friday said it has employed 200,000 graduates to serve as teachers and agricultural extension workers throughout the country.
This was disclosed by the Senior Special Assistant to the vice president on media, Laolu Akande at the second presidential economic communication workshop in Abuja.
Brexit named word of the year by Collins Dictionary
Brexit has been named the word of the year by Collins, beating topical and contemporary vocabulary weaved into today’s lexicon such as Trumpism, uberization and hygge.
Brexit – first used by Collins in 2013 – means “the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union”, according to the dictionary publisher.
Corruption instances under my administration blown out of proportion – Jonathan
Former Nigerian president, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, on Monday at the famous Oxford Union, Oxford United Kingdom, admitted that there were instances of corruption under his government, but pointed out that reports about such instances were blown out of proportion.
Disclosing that “there are (even now) still corruption issues,” he pointed out that the exaggerated manner in which cases of corruption under his administration were reported paints a very bad picture of the country to the outside world.
Toke Makinwa celebrates 32nd birthday with teaser for new project “On Becoming”
Popular OAP, Toke Makinwa is 32 and amidst the excitement and thousands of birthday wishes that rolled in yesterday, she unveiled a new project she claims to have been working in the last one year.
Toke strips herself of her make-up and wig and ends with the words “I am becoming”.
FG incomplete documents delaying 2017 budget – Senate
Majority Leader of the Senate, Ali Ndume has said the Federal Government should be blamed for the delay in the consideration of the 2017 budget instead of the Senate.