Showing posts with label Sacked. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sacked. Show all posts

Friday, August 29, 2014

FG recalls 16,000 sacked resident doctors

The Federal Government has reinstated the 16,000 resident doctors it sacked on August 13th. Announcing their reinstatement today August 29th in Abuja, spokesman for the Minister of Health, Dan Nwomeh said the reinstatement became effective Thursday August 28th.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Pres. Jonathan appoints interm ministers to replace the nine sacked

President Jonathan didn't particularly give reasonsfor the mass sack that happened today but there are speculations in some quarters that it was politically motivated. Shhhhh, you didn't read this here but I heard that the nine ministers sacked today were nominated by the Governors that deflected to the new PDP aka Atiku's PDP. I guess the old PDP wan show say power pass power. Lol. Nigerian politicians. Anyway, see below the serving ministers deployed to oversee the activities of the ministries which lost their ministers today.

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Just In:Popular TV Presenter, Gbenga Aruleba of AIT Sacked for Interview Right Activist on Al-Mustapha’s Release

Owner of AIT, has sacked Popular Presenter, Gbenga Aruleba for interviewing Rights Activist on Al-Mustapha’s Release.

The ‘authoritarian’ Chairman of AIT,Dr Raymond Aleogho Dokpesi sacked two senior editorial staff, Gbenga Aruleba and Imoni Amarere over the interview of Mr.Richard Akinnola,frontline social critic and human rights activist with Aruleba on AIT two days ago on the acquittal of Major Hamza Al Mustapha where Mr.Akinnola strongly condemned the ‘miscarriage of justice’ of the judgment as a political judgment to pacify the North ahead of 2015 general elections.

From a reliable source,Chief Dokpesi threw caution to the wind as he stormed the studio even when the bulletin was still on and stopped the bulletin after which he lambasted Aruleba over this controversial interview which he said was in bad taste.


Tuesday, April 30, 2013

FG Orders Massive Retrenchment Of PHCN Workers; 20,000 To Be Sacked

Thousands of workers of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria, PHCN, may lose their jobs as the Federal Government has ordered the retrenchment of no fewer than 20,000 ahead of takeover by successful bidders of its assets.
Bureau for Public Enterprises, BPE, issued the directive to the Chief Executive Officers, CEOs, of the 18 successor companies to PHCN at a meeting in Abuja, to compile names and drastically reduce the 50,000 strong workforce before the new investors take over, Vanguard reports, adding that the new investors demanded that the workforce must be pruned before government hands off.

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Sacked Air Nigeria Workers May not Get their Pension

Chinedu Eze
There are indications that the over 700 workers of the now-rested Air Nigeria who were sacked last year may not secure the 25 per cent of their pension deposits.
This is because they were not issued with disengagement letters and the company which relieved them of their jobs did not communicate to the Pension Commission (PENCOM) that they have been sacked, THISDAY has learnt.
The workers are eligible to receive 25 per cent of their contributions to the scheme after they have remained unemployed six months after their sack, but that hope seems to have been dashed as the workers who lost their jobs when the company closed on September 10, 2012 may not receive the contributions, unless the Chairman of the company, Mr. Jimoh Ibrahim, intervenes.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority DG, Dr Harold Demuren, sacked

The Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, Dr. Harold Demuren, has been sacked. A statement was released today Monday March 11th saying the decision was approved by President Goodluck Jonathan after “a careful consideration” of Demuren’s “unsatisfactory response to the numerous concerns of stakeholders in the aviation sector.”  His successor will be announced soon.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

I sacked more than 100 University lecturers - Chiarman

The Chairman of the Federal Character Commission (FCC), Professor Shuaibu Oba AbdulRaheem, and some commissioners from the commission were guests of the Editorial Board of Blueprint roundtable penultimate week where he answered questions on issues of recruitment in various government organisations. The chairman said that until now, the military did not comply with the rules of recruitments and promotions as quoted in the guideline principles of the FCC. ENE OSANG recounts the highlights of the session in this concluding part of the interaction
How come in Kwara, the state character is filled with politics because the school of Offa operates basically from a political angle?

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Ikeja Police College: Falana Threatens To Sue FG If Commandant Is Sacked

As the fate of the Commandant of the Ikeja Police College, Mr. Irimiya Yerima, hangs in the balance over what the Presidency described as negative image given to Nigeria by the exposure of the rot in the college to the world, human rights lawyer, Femi Falana, yesterday threatened to tackle the Presidency if Yerima was dismissed over no fault of his.Information Nigeria gathers that the feeling within the Presidency is that it was the commandant that gave unrestricted access to ChannelsTV to record the footage and beam it to the world so as to embarrass the Federal Government – this much the president revealed during his unscheduled visit to the college last Friday.


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