This is a round-up of some-breaking news in Nigeria, Today, Thursday, 30th, April 2020.
N-Power Reveals When Beneficiaries Will Receive Their March Stipend
The N-Power programme was designed by the Buhari-led administration to cater to young Nigerians who were graduates as well as others in the non-graduate category.
In the latest update provided earlier today by the scheme as monitored by Naija News, the Nigerian Government led by President Muhammadu Buhari says N-Power beneficiaries will receive the N-Power March stipend “shortly.”
COVID-19: Two New Deaths Recorded In Kano
Kano State Government has confirmed the deaths of two COVID-19 patients in the state.
The development was confirmed in a tweet on the official Twitter account belonging to the state Ministry of Health in the early hour of Thursday, April 30.
Presidency Reacts, Explains Why Dead Person Was Included In Buhari’s List Of Appointment
The Presidency has reacted to the discovery that a dead man was included in the list of names sent to the Senate for approval into the board of some federal government agencies by President Muhammadu Buhari.
It will be recalled as earlier reported by Naija News that the President on Tuesday, forwarded a list of thirty-eight persons for approval to the Senate.
Festus Keyamo Threatens To Resign As Minister (See Why)
Festus Keyamo (SAN), the Minister of State, Labour and Employment, has threatened to resign if the recruitment of 774, 000 persons is hijacked by politicians.
The senior lawyer made this known on Wednesday while inaugurating the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Extended Special Public Works Across the 774 Local Government Areas of the Federation on Wednesday.
Coronavirus: We Will Make Local Cure Available Soon, Ooni Of Ife Insists
The Ooni made the declaration on Wednesday while speaking at Oke – Mosan Governor’s Office, Abeokuta, Ogun State, while handing over two motorized modular fumigators to Governor Dapo Abiodun as his donation to the Ogun State Government in support of its battle against the spread of the COVID – 19 in the state.