NAIJ.com reports that Wike said this during a courtesy visit by the National Association of Rivers state Students from the Nigerian Law School in Port Harcourt.
Nigeria’s Federal Executive Council (FEC) presided over by Yemi Osinbajo on Wednesday, May 4 approved the award of 12 road contracts to open up the country.
Minister of Science and Technology, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu said there are billions to make in Nigeria and encouraged those living in the diaspora to move back home.
The Nigeria government is set to begin an onslaught against cattle rustlers and militant groups that have become a major security challenge in the country.
Nigerians have taking to the social media to react to the suspension of secretary to the government of the federation and Director-General of the NiA.
The minister of health, Prof Isaac Adewole, has said the Type C meningitis outbreak in the country took the federal and state governments by surprise.
It was learnt that the Lagos state government has also commenced enlightenment campaigns to help people understand the disease and what to do on suspicion.
The efforts of the current federal government of Nigeria to boost power supply may have hit the rocks as the country has reportedly lost 2,591 megawatts.
The report said it recently conducted a survey with rice farmers, millers and dealers to know find out the success rate of the federal government policies.
FG has rated the pace of work at the runway of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja at 57.5 percent, adding that the work is ahead of schedule.
Sani accused the region of having the mentality of federalism in the country which makes states depend on the federal government for monthly allocations.
Nigeria is reputed for having the second largest deposit of bitumen in the world, spanning approximately 120 kilometres in Ogun, Ondo, Lagos and Edo states.
The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Saad Abubakar III, on Thursday urged Federal Government to relax its ban on importation of rice and vehicles through land border.
An economist, Prof. Uche Uwaleke has advised Nigerians to import less to sustain the recent appreciation of the naira at the foreign exchange market.
Newspaper headlines for Wednesday, March 8 has focused on the new federal government economic recovery plan, moves to float the Naira, amongst other top stories
The ITF said that 9,000 participants had commenced training in 17 states of the federation under its National Industrial Skills’ Development Programme.
Prof Osinbajo noted that importation of food to meet the shortfall in the country was no longer tenable as the country spent N1.3 billion on this annually.
On the second anniversary of the Abidjan declaration, the federal government of Nigeria is working out plans to issue UN passports to stateless refugees.
The federal government has summoned the South African ambassador to Nigeria over the recent attacks on Nigerian businesses in South Africa, Daily Mail reports.
Governor Ayodele Fayose has cried out to accuse the federal government of not paying Ekiti budget support fund for the month of January out of the 36 states.
The two offices, the report states, will reassess the 170-count charge the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) earlier initiated against Ibori.
According to the response, former Minister Deziani Alison-Madueke wondered how she could have forfeited what she did not steal to the federal government.