Job: Nigeria, Britain partner to combat unemployment

The Nigerian government has expressed its willingness to partner with the British Government in tackling unemployment and creating job opportunities for young persons in the country. The Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Dr Festus Keyamo, with the Political Counsellor, British High Commission, Mr Dominic Williams. PHOTO: NAN The Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Dr Festus Keyamo, stated this when the Political Counsellor, British High Commission, Mr Dominic Williams, paid him a courtesy visit in Abuja. “We are ready to collaborate with our partners all over the world to open up avenues for job creation. We are open to all kinds of suggestions and levels of co-operation,” he said. He disclosed that the Government has opened up other sectors as part of efforts to diversify the economy from oil, which would, in turn, create room for employment. According to him, part of the efforts of Government to diversify the economy and boost job creation include empowering peopl…

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The Supreme Court yesterday expelled a suit trying to dissolve the primaries, which prompted the decision of the only female Senator from the northern piece of the nation, Senator Aishatu Dahiru Ahmed (Binani).
Binani won the Senatorial race for Adamawa Central District on the stage of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Be that as it may, an applicant, Abubakar Waziri, who was crushed by Senator Binani at the party's essential election, documented a request to exclude the latter.
He lost the case at the Federal High Court and the Court of Appeal and in this way moved toward the Supreme Court.
As per the result of the primary election, Waziri verified four votes while Senator Aisha Binani gathered 1,375 votes.
Waziri was anyway disappointed and he requested that the Supreme Court abrogate the aftereffects of the primaries, which produced Binani.
Spoken to by Barr. Muritala Abdul-Rasheed, the litigant asserted that the party did not give the obligatory 30-day notice to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) before directing the primary election.
Be that as it may, INEC demanded that there was considerable consistency by APC which empowered it to screen primary election exercise.
The discretionary umpire said the primary election was reasonable and straightforward, prompting the development of Senator Binani as APC possibility for the Adamawa Central senatorial election.



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