Showing posts from September 15, 2017

Anambra Government Finally pays Pete Edochie His Gratuity.

Legendary Nollywood actor, Chief Pete Edochie, who retired as the Director of Programmes at the ABS in 1998, has finally received his gratuity from the Anambra state government.

Some retirees of Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS) on Wednesday, received their long outstanding gratuities from the office of the Anambra state Accountant General.

Former Director General of the organisation who retired in 1984, Boniface Offokaja, was among the recipients, while Nollywood legend, Chief Pete Edochie, who retired from ABS as Director of Programmes in 1998, was also a recipient, and was full of praise for Governor Willie Obiano for fulfilling his promise to clear outstanding pension and gratuities of the organisation.

After receiving his cheque, he said; “Many of us have lost hope that we will ever receive our gratuities. Despite our meritorious service to Anambra state, successive governments chose to neglect us. What Governor Willie Obiano has done today is remarkable. We are praying for him be…

Governor Wike Tells Rivers People To Expect more Projects In His Administration.

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has declared that his administration will roll out more projects as a way of strengthening the state's economy.

Speaking during the inspection  of ongoing projects in Port Harcourt and Obio/Akpor Local Government Areas on Thursday, Governor Wike said that several of the ongoing  projects in the two local government areas will be delivered  by the end of the year.

The governor inspected Woji-Akpajo Bridge/Road, Elelenwo-Akpajo Road, Creek Road, Produce House, Bonny-Nembe-Bille Jerry, Garrison-Trans-Amadi-Elelenwo Road and National Industrial Court.

He said: "When the people appreciate  the developmental projects of the administration, it gives us the encouragement to give the people more infrastructure that will move the economy  of the state forward.

"When people are happy, we are happy. We are happy that we are serving our people  at this point in time. We will not disappoint them. That is what we owe the people".

The g…

In FIFA Latest Ranking, Super Eagles Dropped Six Places.

In the latest FIFA ranking released on Thursday, the Super Eagles of Nigeria dropped six places from the 38th position to 44th position.

Despite getting four points from their Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier double-header against  Cameroon in August and September, the three-time African champions dropped a place from the fourth position they occupied last month to the fifth position on the continent.

The Super Eagles however still retained their stay in the top 10 teams in Africa for the 10th consecutive month.

Egypt, who are 30th in the world with 866 points, are still Africa’s number one. They dropped five spots from the 25th position they occupied last month. Tunisia are second on the continent and 31st in the world. They moved three places from their 34th position last month.

2017 Results Has Been Released By NECO.

The National Examinations Council has confirmed the  release of  the June/July 2017 Senior Secondary Schools Certificate Examination results.

Announcing the release o the Registrar/Chief Executive of NECO, Prof. Charles Uwakwe, said that out of the 1,051,472 candidates who sat for the examination, only 70.85 per cent of the candidates got five credits and above, including in English Language and Mathematics.

The analysis of the candidates’ performances by states showed that Ekiti State came first with 85 per cent while Zamfara State had the least with 48.45 per cent.

Edo and Bayelsa states came second and third with 84.61 per cent and 84.52 per cent respectively.

NECO disclosed that 276 schools were involved in examination malpractices  in 34 states, six schools had been derecognised for this act and 23 supervisors that aided malpractices had been blacklisted.

Kebbi topped the chart in examination malpractice cases with 8,124 candidates while Bauchi and Borno states followed with 5,458 an…

Couple Caught On Camera Having Sex Act In The Street.

A half unclad couple has been filmed romping in the street just yards from a graveyard and in full view of the public.
The pair didn’t seem to care that they were next to a busy road and were being filmed from a CCTV camera above as they performed s*x acts on each other.

A woman is shown lying on her back wearing a pair of red tartan hotpants and a bright red bra while the man is shown next to her throughout the tryst.

The clip starts with the woman shouting: “Oh my lord” before the boy pushes her leg away as he exposed himself.

The brunette then straddles him before performing a s*x act – completely unaware of anyone around them.

The camera then pans out to show the area surrounding the couple showing off a smart-looking street with tudor-style homes next to what appears to be a graveyard full of tombstones.

The video clip, which goes on for almost two minutes, was posted on Twitter and it was originally claimed to have been filmed in the seaside town of Skegness, Lincolnshire.

But others…

After Deliberation With Government, Nigeria University Workers Continues In Strike.

The end is near for the ongoing strike between striking non-teaching staff of universities and the federal government has ended on a positive note.

The workers, members of three non-academic unions, SSANU, NASU and NAAT, agreed to consider the federal government’s offer with the possibility of suspending their strike.

The agreement comes after a 9 hour, 13 minutes closed-door meeting between the Joint Action Committee, JAC, of the unions‎ and the government delegation in Abuja.

The leadership of the unions, however, said the issues raised by the federal government will be taken to the National Executive Council meeting of their unions for deliberation and possible approval. The unions will then get back to the government in six days.

Samson Ugwoke, who heads the JAC, told journalists after the meeting that the unions will come back after six days to take a final decision.

“Within the said period, government has promised that certain amount will be paid and if the money is paid into the ac…