LASUTH workers suspend strike, Confab secretariat says Misau’s death won’t affect resumption & other important news you should know today

by Oge Okonkwo

Nigeria Doctors

LASUTH workers suspend strike

The indefinite strike embarked on by health workers at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja has been suspended.

The workers embarked on the strike on March 24 under the body of LASUTH Workers’ Forum. Read more….

 Police arrest Ondo Broadcasting Union Leaders

The police in Ondo state has arrested 5 workers of the Ondo State Radiovision Corporation (OSRC) who are members of the  Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ).

Those arrested are the immediate past chairman of NUJ OSRC Chapel, Taiwo Ibitoye, Lanrewaju Cole, Akinwumi Abodunde, Sam Adeloye, Obafemi Sogbe and Sola Obagbemisoye. Read more….

Confab secretariat says Misau’s death won’t affect resumption 

The Secretariat of the ongoing National Conference has said that the death of one of the delegates, Hamma Misau, will not affect its resumption on Monday, March 31.

The Assistant Secretary, Media and Communications, Mr Akpandem James, said in Abuja on Friday that Misau died at the National Hospital, Abuja on Thursday. Read more….

We handed over Alam’s loot to Bayelsa govt since 2010, EFCC claims

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Thursday, washed off its hands over renewed claims that it was holding onto the assets recovered from deposed Bayelsa State governor, Diepreye Alamieyeseigha.

At a media briefing in Abuja, EFCC’s Head of Media and Publicity, Mr. Wilson Uwujaren, asserted that the commission had since July 10, 2010, handed over all the property and funds recovered from the former governor to the state government at an open ceremony performed by Farida Waziri, the immediate past chairman of the commission. Read more….


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