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Plateau Youths Stakeholders to launch “Vision Plateau 23”

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Plateau Youths Stakeholders to launch “Vision Plateau 23”

The Plateau Youths both home and diaspora have finalized plans to launch the “Vision Plateau 23”, a platform that will encourage the Plateau youths to be more organized politically, and which is a headway to determine the Plateau of their dream and future.

The platform will also challenge the political class to be accountable to the electorates, be patriotic, altruistic, reliable, committed to due process and the rule of law in governance, industry and other spheres of life.

In a message jointly signed and made available to journalists by the Founder, Dr. Chomo Datiyi, a medical practitioner, University of Jos Teaching Hospital JUTH, and the Co-Founder, Dr. Yakubu Shendam, Chairman, Governing Board of the Nigerian Youth Congress respectively, “Vision Plateau 23 is an idea conceived by few

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Plateau youths who after engaging in a lengthy political discussion and debate, agreed to channel their energy and resources to galvanize support for those they believe in to pilot the realization of the Plateau dream of their founding fathers and carry on the vision of the youths come 2023.

Vision Plateau 23 seeks to address the issues of quality representation and leadership in the state and have agreed to seek credible leaders that have shown capability and are willing to represent them come 2023. They are all ready to support, shapen, and mentor those who would represent them.

Hence, the forum will offer them the opportunity to brainstorm, deliberate, and bring out ideas in a mature way for the actualization of the objectives of the platform”.

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Kim Kardashian wants to give 1000 people $500 each

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Reality television star, Kim Kardashian has announced that she wants to send $500 each to a thousand people in recognition of a tough year caused by the covid-19 pandemic.

Kim, who was bashed last month for posting receipts of $1m she spent on holiday, said the monetary relief she’ll be sending will be disbursed on a first come, first served basis.

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She wrote on Twitter;

“Hey guys! 2020 has been hard and many are worried about paying rent or putting food on their table,” the reality star tweeted to her 68 million followers on Monday afternoon. “I want to spread the love by sending $500 to 1000 people.”

She followed with instructions on how to get their tweet noticed and the money paid.

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Arik Airline sacks 300 workers

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Arik Airline sacks 300 workers

Arik Airline sacks 300 workers

The management of the airline disclosed this in a statement released today Friday, December 4. The management hinged its decision to sack the workers on the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on its operations.

The press statement titled, “Arik Air management declares 300 staff redundant”, reads in part

“Arising from the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to the constrained ability of the airline to complete heavy maintenance activities and return its planes to operations, stunted revenues against increasing operational costs, the management of Arik Air (In Receivership) has declared 300 staff members redundant to its current level of operations.

“The leadership of the impacted unions has been contacted to negotiate a redundancy package for the affected staff.”

Gistflash gathered that Passengers are already stranded the airport with the flight fully booked and no one to attend to them

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Gov. Sule Orders DPMs, DFS To Proceed on Compulsory 3-Month Suspension over Alleged Fraud of 600m

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Gov. Sule Orders DPMs, DFS to Proceed on Compulsory 3-Month Suspension over Alleged Fraud of 600m

Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State on Sunday directed the Local Government Service Com­mission (LGSC) to send all the Directors of Personal Management (DPMs) and Directors of Finance and Supplies (DFS) in the 13 local governments and 18 development areas to go on compulsory suspension for three months.

Sule said the suspension was to monitor the pay­ment of salaries of local government workers by the state auditor general, which was lingering for three months.

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The directive was contained in a statement signed by Public Relations Officer in the Ministry for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Ibrahim Adamu Shigafar­ta, and made available to newsmen in Lafia, the state capital.

Gistflash gathered that the council officials were suspended because they refused to work with directive of the a committee set up by government to investigate the discrepancies and high wage bills incurred by local governments.

 

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