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Sunday, 30 April 2017

BREAKING NEWS: GOSPEL ARTISTES NATIONWIDE RELEASE A PEACE SONG FOR NIGERIA

 
Fellowship of Gospel Music Ministers of Nigeria (FOGMMON) an umbrella body for Gospel artiste in Nigeria with branches all over the nation and abroad has brought together all Gospel Music Artistes across the different tribes,ages,geopolitical regions and musical experience to sing a song that is focused on promotion of Peace, Healing and Unity in Nigeria.

This is the first time in the history of Gospel Music in Nigeria that all Gospel acts regardless of status and age will come together for a purpose like this.

The essence of this important song is to stir up hope for Nigeria and to uplift the dampened spirit of every Nigerian and also spark up prophetic utterances through the lips of the singers and the citizenry. 

WATCH THE VIDEO

OR THROUGH THIS LINK HERE

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON FOGMMON 

TEL : +234 803 852 5944, +234 806 619 2195, +234 809 594 1679


Friday, 28 April 2017

SSS IN RECRUITMENT SCANDAL KATSINA 51, KANO 25, AKWA-IBOM 5, BAUCHI 23,BAYELSA 7, LAGOS 7


Nigeria’s internal secret service, the State Security Service (SSS), is enmeshed in a recruitment scandal following the exposure of a shocking lopsidedness in the composition of the new officers recently absorbed into the agency.
The agency commissioned 479 cadet officers after their passing-out parade in Lagos on March 5, at a ceremony attended by the Director-General of the Agency, Lawal Daura, and the Chief of Air Staff, Abubakar Sadique, air marshall.
The parade followed a nine-month training programme under the agency’s Basic Course 29/2016/17, which encompassed academic activities, insurgency/counter insurgency, intelligence operations and gathering, firearms drills and physical training exercises.
But the listing of the newly commissioned cadet officers seen by PREMIUM TIMES reveal wide disparity in the numbers of slots allocated to the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, indicating that the federal character principle may have been ignored in the recruitment of the officers.
Officially, recruitment for the Course was based on a minimum of five slots per state. Ostensibly to ensure compliance with the federal character principle in the exercise, applicants were last year made to sit for recruitment examinations in the capitals of their states of origin. The five slots per state were said to have been picked through the examinations.
However, it has emerged that the authorities paid scant regards to the federal character principle in the final selection of the cadets.

Monday, 17 April 2017

BREAKING NEWS: FOGMMON PEACE SONG VIDEO

 
For the first time in the history of Gospel Music in Nigeria, Music ministers, irrespective of age, class and status, came together from the East, West, North and South of Nigeria and Canada on the 27th of February, 2017 in Lagos, Nigeria to speak peace and healing through one song to the challenges of our country. NIGERIA WILL RISE AGAIN. LET THERE BE PEACE IN NIGERIA.
WATCH THIS VIDEO HERE OR Watch Below



Tuesday, 4 April 2017

BREAKING NEWS! GODSDAY ORUBEBE DISCHARGED OF CORRUPTION CHARGES



An Abuja High Court sitting at Apo, on Tuesday, struck out six-count charge the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, ICPC, preferred against former Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Elder Godsday Orubebe over his alleged complicity in a N1.97billion contract fraud. Orubebe Trial Justice Olukayode Adeniyi further discharged and acquitted the defendants, after the charge was withdrawn by the prosecution. Th charge was withdrawn on a day the court earlier gave the anti-graft agency to produce its witnesses to establish that Orubebe, who served under ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, diverted funds meant for the compensation of owners of properties on Eket Urban section of the East-West Road in Eket, Akwa Ibom State. Other defendants in the charge were an Assistant Director at the Ministry of Niger-Delta Affairs, Mr. Oludare Davis Alaba, and the Director of Contracts, Gitto Costruzioni Generali Nig. Ltd., Mr. Ephraim Towede Zari. However, shortly after the defendants were arraigned, the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Abubakar Malami, SAN, in a letter to Chairman of the ICPC, with Ref No. DPPA/MNDA/345/16, confirmed that the N1,965,576,153.46, which Orubebe allegedly diverted, “has not been expended, but is awaiting further contract decisions and directives from the Ministry of Niger-Delta Affairs”. According to the AGF in the letter that was signed by the Director of Public Prosecution and dated December 16, 2016: “In view of the above, the basis for the prosecution of the accused persons for misappropriation does not exist and thus, further prosecution cannot be justified”. Though ICPC counsel, Mr. Ekoi Akpos, applied to withdraw the charge, he however insisted that the decision was not premised on the letter from the AGF.

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