Wednesday, 8 November 2017
NIGERIAN MARITIME UNIVERSITY
OKERENKOKO, DELTA STATE, NIGERIA
NATH-ESE L. ANHO
(B.A. (Ed), MILR, MANUPA, FCAI, MNIM (Chartered)
OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
ACADEMIC STAFF VACANCIES
Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill the teaching positions for Departments as listed below:
Positions and Qualifications
Professor (CONUASS 7)
• Candidates should possess a Ph.D. Degree from a recognized university with at least twelve (12) years post-doctoral teaching, research and administrative experience in a university.
Imo state police command has handed over five year old Francis and two year old Chinaza to the legitimate mother,Abigail Uka. The babies were sold for N1.1m in Enugu state after they were stolen through the connection of a relative in Uzoagba in the Ikeduru Local Government Area of Imo state.
Sudanese club Al Khartoum Watani appointed Emmanuel Amuneke as coach
Sudanese top division club Al Khartoum Watani have appointed Emmanuel Amuneke as their new head coach for the forthcoming season, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
Tuesday, 7 November 2017
One Bashir Usman an indigent poor tricyclist/Keke Napep rider that stays in Narguta area in Jos, Plateau state - yesterday returned the sum of 582, 400 (Five Hundred and eighty two thousand four hundred naira) a trader Mama Ejimeh forgot in his tricycle on Saturday.
Below are key points from the speech of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki at the presentation of the 2018 appropriation bill on Tuesday.
1. As the country gradually recovers, it is important to reset the fundamentals that drive our economy – so we do not slide back into recession. We must reassess the relationship between oil and our economy. Oil prices are gradually inching up, but that is no reason for complacency in our diversification drive. We must grow our economy away from oil - as well as the need to increase non-oil revenue generation and collection.
Infrastructure, represented by the Ministry of Power, Works and Housing and Ministry of Transportation, and Defence, will take the bulk of federal capital spending in 2018, according to a proposal submitted by President Muhammadu Buhari to the National Assembly Tuesday.
The three ministries will get money more than the 12 other sectors combined.