MONDAY UBANI APPOINTED AS PUBLIC TRUSTEE OF NIGERIA CIVIL SERVICE UNION

The President of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria, Hon Justice B.B. Kanyip PHD has appointed former Vice President of the Nigerian Bar Association, Mr Monday O. Ubani as Public Trustee to run the affairs of the Nigeria Civil Service Union following the nullification of the union’s January 2018 National Delegates Conference in which Comrade Lawrence Amaechi-led executive was purportedly elected in a brazen violation of a valid court order that status quo be maintained pending the determination of the substantive suit”. The Public Trustee’s initial attempt to resume duty…

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AIR PEACE TAKES DELIVERY OF FIRST E2 AIRCRAFT IN AFRICA

Nigeria and West Africa’s largest airline, Air Peace on Thursday, took delivery of their first E195-E2 aircraft. The aircraft, is the first E195-E2 aircraft in Africa. It’s a 124-seat capacity jet which offers superior travel experience. Air Peace informed, that the aircraft is one of the 13 E2s ordered from the Embraer company in 2019. Air Peace is the launch customer in Africa for the E2, the newest, most efficient, and most comfortable aircraft in the segment. The airline is also the global launch customer for Embraer’s innovative premium staggered…

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HOW LAGOS STATE TASK FORCE BRUTALISED ME: TOP JOURNALIST, OBIAJULU AGU WRITES NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION

The Chairman, Independent Investigative Committee of Enquiry on Police Brutality, National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), No 19, Aguiyi-Ironsi Street, Maitama, Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja. Dear Sir, PETITION FOR REDRESS OVER THE BRUTAL ATROCITIES COMMITTED BY LAGOS STATE TASK FORCE POLICEMEN AGAINST ME WHILE PERFORMING MY LEGITIMATE JOURNALISTIC DUTIES INTRODUCTION I am a law-abiding Nigerian citizen. I am a practicing journalist. I wish to take the rare window of  opportunity offered by the setting up of the Independent Investigative Committee of Enquiry on Police Brutality to seek for, and hopefully…

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BUHARI’S ADC: ENTER MUKHTAR DODO, EXIT LAWAL ABUBAKAR

President Muhammadu Buhari’s Aide-De-Camp (ADC), Colonel Mohammed Lawal Abubakar, is leaving his post after almost six years. Abubakar, it was gathered, is proceeding on a five months Strategic and Defence Course at Santiago Chile  (from 8 March – 30 July 2021). The course is a prerequisite for his next promotion to the rank of Brigadier-General. Abubakar, who will by the end of February, be the longest serving ADC to a civilian president (having served in that position for almost six years), and the second longest serving ADC in the history…

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