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Social Housing Scheme To Create 1.8m Jobs As CBN Commits Initial N200b Facility To Project Which Kicks Off This Week

ABUJA – As the economic sustainability plan proceeds with implementation of a number of its sector specific schemes, the Social Housing element which will build about 300,000 very affordable houses for Nigerians is taking off this week just as about 20 State governments have indicated interest in joining the housing …

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Ogun Govt.  Seals 13 Illegal Gas Skids

  By Raymomd Osho IJEBU-ODE – Ogun State government on Friday, December 11, 2020, sealed 13 illegal gas skids in Ijebu-Ode, for operating without  government approval. The Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, Mr. Olatunji Odunlami disclosed that the skids were sealed during monitoring and enforcement exercise by the …

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Kadiri Canvasses Support For Nigerian Governors On N17 Trillion Pension Fund Loan Request

ABEOKUTA – As Nigerians kicked against the proposed borrowing of N17trillion from the pension funds by the Nigerian Governors, the former President, Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP), Alhaji Waheed Kadiri has said there was nothing wrong if the loan is for investment and paid back with interest. Alhaji Kadiri …

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IWOYE COMMUNITY ASSURES OGUN GOVT OF CONTINUED SUPPORT

By Ademola Orunbon IWOYW-YEWA – The newly installed Oniwoye of Iwoyeland, in Yewa South Local Government Area of Ogun State, Oba Buhari Ololade Makinde has assured the present administration of the unalloyed commitment of his people to the progress and overall development of the State. Oba Makinde who gave the …

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A GLIMPSE INTO OGUN BUDGET OF RECOVERY AND SUSTAINABILITY

Opinion: By Elijah Udofia When the Coronavirus hit the world early this year, nobody knew that the aftermath would be what Fela called, “sorrow tears and blood”. The pandemic did not only hold the world by the jugular, it dislocated the socio-economic and governance of so many countries. In Nigeria, …

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Report Shows Nigerians Prefer Local Meals To Continental Dishes

Opinion: By Ayomide Oriade Technology based businesses received a huge boost in 2020 and businesses without digital footprints were forced to review their operation model, as Covid-19 crippled global economic activities for most part of the year. Most of these tech-inclined shifts will become part of the new normal. Ecommerce …

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Education; Bedrocks For Change, Sustainability – Prof. Odemuyiwa

By Ademola Orunbon ILISHAN-REMO – The Special Adviser to the Governor on Technical Education, Prof. Joseph Odemuyiwa has said that education was the bedrock of change and sustainability of any country that has the interest of its society and inhabitants, describing it as instrument of transmitting one’s culture from a …

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Educational Standard: Ogun Govt. Promises Deployment Of Resources

By Ademola Orunbon ILISHAN-REMO – The Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun has said that his administration would continue to deploy funds and resources towards improving on educational standard of the State. Governor Abiodun stated this while declaring open the 2020 All Nigeria Confederation of Principals of Secondary Schools (ANCOPSS), …

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OGIRS SEEKS JUDICIARY SUPPORT ON REVENUE GENERATION

By Ademola Orunbon ABEOKUTA – In an effort to drive revenue and block leakages, the Ogun State Internal Revenue Service (OGIRS) has sought the support of the State Judiciary on speedy hearing of revenue related cases, use of Revenue Court during tax enforcement exercise and inclusion of Tax Clearance Certificate …

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OGUN REVENUE OFFICERS TASKED ON IMPROVED PERFORMANCE

By Ademola Orunbon ABEOKUTA – To achieve the set revenue target for the year 2021, Revenue Officers in Ogun State Internal Revenue Service (OGIRS) have been tasked to be more dedicated and ensure higher performance in the discharge of their duties. The Chairman, OGIRS, Mr. Anthony Olaleye gave this charge …

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