Monday, 25 May 2015

Gas union calls off strike

NUPENG, PENGASSAN Calls Off Nationwide Strike ... the National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Worker (NUPENG), has been called off.

lets see what the picture will look like in the next few days ahead.

See what fuel scarcity has led to in Nigeria

Capital oil – Mr. Ifeanyi Uba's said it will release 13 million litres of fuel. This is the situation of Nigeria today; this is the fuel queue at Capital Oil, Berger. Cars began to queue as early as 2am. Some station in Lekki Fort oil people slept the next day at the station yet no fuel was sold

Awolowo road looks empty that you can literally sleep on the road


Ogas at the top intend to travel out

President Jonathan, VP Namadi Sambo and many ministers will travel out of the country shortly after the May 29 inauguration of a new government.

Jonathan is supposedly traveling abroad for what he calls 'a much deserved rest' while Sambo is planning to travel to London on May 31, two days after the inauguration of Buhari to also rest.

Minister of Finance, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, will reportedly return to the US while Mrs.Diezani Allison-Madueke, has already travelled out of the country.Sources say she will be back but still travel before the inauguration

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Davido is a proud daddy

See Davido’s  baby mama, Sophie Momodu a cousin to Dele MOMODU who sent a message to them  on the birth of their beautiful daughter. "May God always provide for you and protect your family… Stay blessed".
People are asking what happens to his new Guinean girlfriend Sira? She hasn't posted anything on him recently and neither has he.

N4.425 was signed for budget 2015 by President Jonathan

According to punch, investigation by our correspondent on Monday revealed that Jonathan decided to sign the budget into law a couple of days back without fanfare.

But a Presidency source told our correspondent that the President signed the budget about two weeks ago immediately after the document passed by the National Assembly was transmitted to him.

The Senate had passed the 2015 budget on April 28, following the passage of the same bill by the House of Representatives on April 23, with an expenditure outlay of N4.493tn, up from the N4.425tn proposed by the Executive.

When contacted, the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati, also confirmed that Jonathan had signed the budget. Although he also did not give any reason why the signing was not made public, Abati said the President signed the document “some weeks back.”

 The Senate, in passing the budget, slightly reduced the N2.607,601, 000,300 proposed by the Executive to N2.607,132,491,708 as recurrent expenditure and simultaneously scaled down the capital expenditure from N642,848,999,699 estimated in the proposal to N556,995,465,449. Education takes the lion’s share of the budget with N392.3bn; followed by the military which gets N338.7bn while police commands and formations will receive N303.8bn. In the same vein, N237bn was voted for the health sector; N153bn for the Ministry of Interior while N25.1bn was budgeted for the Ministry of Works.