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NAIJ.com gathered that the money was approved for the first phase of provision of independent power plant for nine universities and one teaching hospital.
The Paris Club Refund which was released alongside the allocations from the Federal Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) was paid to each state government.
JP Morgan is being sued by the Nigerian government for $875 million (£660 million) for allegedly being the middleman in an illegal oil deal, making payments.
FG’s request for $1b from the Excess Crude Account to bolster the anti-Boko Haram war has come under criticism from stakeholders in the Niger Delta region.
The Nigerian federal government on Saturday, December 16, confirmed the release of the final tranche of the Paris Club refund to 27 state governments.
Hope for state workers to receive payment of their December salaries as well as backlog of arrears is on the brink of being dashed as the FG is in court.
The Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, has assured Nigerian workers of salary increase next year. He said committees are already working on it.
There is unicameral legislature popularly elected. Central legislature is to legislate, executive to execute and judiciary to adjudicate without any share.
N-Power, federal government job programme warned applicants successfully pre-selected to undergo physical verification not to pay anybody for the screening.
Some beneficiaries of the social intervention programme dubbed N-Power Scheme in Abuja urged the federal government to pay them their monthly stipends.
The federal government has warned Nigerians to be careful of the consumption of foreign rice as some of them are poisonous while they are also smuggled.
The federal govt has set up a committee headed by Boss Mustapha, the secretary general of the federation, to plan a befitting burial programme for Alex Ekwueme.
The Nigerian federal government says it has a record of 2,778 Nigerian migrants registered in “accessible” detention camps in Libya, ready for repatriation.
Members of the OurMumuDonDo group on Monday, December 4, stormed the ministry of foreign affairs to protest the ongoing slave trade of Africans in Libya.
The Federal Government on Sunday, December 3, announced the appointment of Dr Abdul Zubair as acting Director-General, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
President Muhammadu Buhari and his Ivorian counterpart, Alassane Ouattara on Wednesday, November 30, expressed concern that political instability in Togo.
Chairman and secretary University of Ibadan chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities Deji Omole and Peter Olapegba alleged threat to their lives.
The Nigerian Navy has announced details of its aptitude test for the Direct Short Service Course 25 Enlistment Exercise which is to come up on Saturday,
N-power, the federal government employment scheme for youths has on Thursday, November 23 released the breakdown on how 2017 applicants were selected.
Nigerians have continued to rate the administration of PresidentBuhari since inception and while some rated the rated the president, many rated him low.
Malami, the attorney general of the federation and minister of Justice denied sending a letter to the office of Head of Service demanding the recall of Maina.
The federal government on Wednesday, November 22, said the Italian embassy has apologised for burying the 26 victims who died at the Mediterranean Sea earlier.