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FCT Workers To Go on Indefinite Strike

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JUAC and FCDA are embarking on the strike over the non-implementation of the FCT Civil Service Commission Acth.The Chairman of JUAC, Mr Matilukoro Korede, disclosed this on Monday while briefing newsmen in Abuja.

He explained that the FCT Civil Service Commission Act couldn’t remain on the shelf while the administration continued to refuse workers the benefits that would accrue from it.

Korede noted that the just concluded three days warning strike last week was a sign that issues affecting their welfare wouldn’t be further subjected to political bottlenecks.

According to him, the joint unions in FCTA and FCDA were prepared for an indefinite strike that would cripple all government activities.

He said, “It will also give an opportunity to FCT workers to advance more in the administrative cadre, while a qualified worker from the system can be appointed FCT Head of Service as obtained in states.

“It was a huge relief when the National Assembly hearkened to the voice of the staff of the FCT Administration by enacting, passing into law and gazetted it with the consent of the President and the FCT-Civil Service Commission in 2018.

“This is 3 years down the line; the big question is why it has been difficult to implement it to date?

“The FCT-Civil Service Commission is created by an act of parliament just like the Federal Civil Service Commission and those of the States Civil Service Commission with a primary responsibility of appointment.

“Among the demands of the workers are the removal of all FCTA staff from the Accountant-General of the Federation Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System (IPPIS).

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“Others include the immediate release of all pending cases of conversion, upgrading, advancement and abolishment of casualisation of workers on FCTA.

“Especially in the Transportation Secretariat, Water Board and the Abuja Environmental Protection Board, promotion and discipline are also known as (APD), within the FCT.”

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See what IPOB told DSS about ARMS( Details)

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The indigenous people of Biafra has said it produces it’s arms locally.

 

This was in response to allegation credited to the Department of State services that IPOB was plotting to attack Banks to get money to purchase arms.

The media and publicity secretary of the group Emma Powerful described the allegation as a poor script. Saying their arms are produced locally.

 

While assuring banks in the area of their safety he said IPOB members are freedom fighters not criminals .

 

According to the this was a plot by the DSS to spread wicked propaganda to blackmail Eastern security Network and IPOB and dent our image .

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Nigeria Is Number 1 Importer In Africa- WTO

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The World Trade Organization (WTO) on Friday revealed that Nigeria is the number one importer of commercial services in Africa in 2020.

WTO made the revelation in a data released on Friday.

The Geneva-based international trade organization ranked Nigeria as the 25th commercial importer in the world but the first commercial importer in Africa, followed by Egypt which was ranked 28th in the world.

While Egypt and Morocco made the list of world exporters led by the United States, Nigeria was conspicuously absent in the global commercial exporters’ list.

The US also ranked first in the commercial importers’ list followed by China, United Kingdom and Japan; while US, UK, China and India topped the exporters’ list.

WTO noted that preliminary estimates were based on quarterly statistics.

“Figures for the number of countries and territories have been estimated by the Secretariat.”

“Data for 2020 are not yet available for the United Arab Emirates. In 2019, commercial services exports were valued at US$72 billion and imports at US$73 billion,”

it said.

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Living faith Church(Winners) to spend N160 Billion on New 100,000 seater Auditorium.

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The living faith Church founded by Bishop David oyedepo is to spend over N160 billion to build 100,000 seater Auditorium known as “The Ark”

 

Ground breaking ceremony for The Ark was carried out by Bishop Oyedepo in March 2021.

It is sited on about 1,000 hectares of land withing the premises of the current Church building , The ark will specifically accommodate 106,000 seats and will include 24-floor mission Tower made up of two twin towers of 12 floors each.

 

Upon completion the existing 50,000 seaters faith Tabernacle will serve as an overflow facility .

Oyedepo has said members will not be tasked for the project

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