NYSC REGISTRATION DATE OFFICIALLY POSTPONED FOR 2019 BATCH B (SEE NEW DATE) This is to announce that the NYSC management has officially postponed the date of the NYSC 2019 Batch B registration to Saturday 1st June to Wednesday 12th June, 2019 via an official announcement. See the official message below: PUBLIC NOTICE This is to inform 2019 Batch “B” Prospective Corps Members that Online Registration commences on Saturday 1st June to Wednesday 12th June, 2019. Signed: Management. The new NYSC 2019 batch B registration date is 1st to 12th of June 2019. The announcement is official.
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Speaking to newsmen at a press conference on Thursday, the minister also revealed that states are to share N649 billion – the final tranche of the Paris Club Refund. However, she noted that debtor-states will have to settle their debts soon, adding that the Federal Government plans to begin the final phase of the debt refund. “The total sum of N649.434 billion was verified by the ministry as the outstanding balance to be refunded to the state governments,” Ahmed said. She also revealed that the payments made by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CNB) as at March stood at N691.560 billion. On Nigeria’s growing debt profile, Ahmed stated that the debt increase from N12.2 trillion to N23.0 trillion is by design. The minister lamented that generating revenue was a problem for the Buhari-led government. On the national minimum wage, Mrs Ahmed said: “The financial implications have been worked out by the presidential committee that was set up and they have submitted their report to the President
[ BREAKING ] Boko Haram Contact Winner's Chapel For RanSom Of Kidnapped Church Corper And Church Members
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NYSC, Winners Chapel Contacted By Boko Haram Over Ransom For Kidnapped Corper And Church Members Tobi Aworinde and Kayode Idowu There are indications that the Boko Haram insurgents have demanded ransom before releasing members of the Living Faith Church (Winners Chapel) they kidnapped two weeks ago. Gunmen suspected to be members of the Boko Haram had kidnapped a member of the National Youth Service Corps, Ibrahim Amuta and three other members of the church on their way to Chibok to distribute relief items to internally displaced persons and evangelise. Amuta’s housemate, Success Ezeanya, whose tweet about the abduction went viral on Saturday, told The PUNCH on Monday that he was told by a member of the church that the insurgents had demanded N200m before they could release those they kidnapped. Although a source in Maiduguri said Boko Haram demanded N100m ransom, Ezeanya said that the family of the abducted corps member was communicating with the church Ezeanya stated, “I ha