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The matriculation awareness being part function of JCIN FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC EDE in the year 2020 was such a successful function that apparently attracted the interest of students (freshers especially). Providing direct contact with about 205 individuals across different departments and faculties from the great citadel of learning.

The awareness took place at the pavilion ground where all FRESHERS ,stalite, parents,friends , families ,guardians, lectures and also the Rector was there to grace the wonderful matriculation event.

JCIN FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC EDE CHAPTER deemed it fit to have made themselves available.

The awareness started at about 10:05 AM where JCIN FPE MEMBERS were fully on ground and also JCIN FPE MEDIA MEMBER (AJILEYE AYOBAMI PKA sbm photography) was there to take beautiful pictures for FRESHERS at a very subsidized rate ..

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At the end of the awareness there was refreshments for members and some FRESHERS who were available at that moment ..
All grace to God for making it a successful one ..

JUNIOR CHAMBER INTERNATIONAL FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC EDE WE MOVE!

 

*AKPALA ABDULLAHI IBUKUNOLUWA*
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*ABDULKADIR FAROUQ*
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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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COVID-19: FG goes spiritual, partners religious leaders on Prayers, Fasting

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The federal government on Thursday went spiritual in its bid to contain the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, saying it has partnered with the Nigerian Interreligious Council NIREC to declare a season of prayer and fasting in the country.
Chairman of the Presidential Taskforce PTF on Covid-19 and Secretary to the Government of the Federation SGF, Mr Boss Mustapha disclosed this during the daily briefing of the Taskforce in Abuja.
The SGF added that schools have not been reopened, explaining that only those in exit classes have been asked to return for revision, preparatory to writing their terminal examinations.
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Prayer and fasting
According to the SGF, it has become pertinent to call on Nigerians to seek the face of God in order to end the pandemic.
”In furtherance of the synergy being built, the Co-Chairmen of the Nigerian Inter-Religious Council NIREC, His Eminence Alhaji Mohammed Sa’ad Abubakar, CFR, the Sultan of Sokoto/President General of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs and His Eminence Rev. Dr. Samson O. A. Ayokunle, President of the Christian Association of Nigeria CAN, would be directing Muslim and Christian adherents all over the country to go in for a period of fasting and prayer.
“The NIREC will announce the details and we urge all Nigerians to participate in this effort to seek divine intervention”, he said.
Kogi attack
The Taskforce regretted Wednesday’s reported attack on the Federal Medical Centre FMC in Lokoja, Kogi State, vowing to bring the perpetrators to book.
It added that the incident has been reported to President Muhammadu Buhari who would spearhead further action on the matter.
“The PTF has received with great concern, reports about the attack on the Federal Medical Centre, Lokoja, Kogi State by some hoodlums. The PTF is particularly distressed and regrets the trauma to which medical workers, patients, and others who went on their legitimate businesses were subjected. I wish to assure you that security agencies have been tasked with the responsibility for fishing out the criminal elements behind it and they will be brought to justice. We thank law-abiding Nigerians for reporting the occurrence promptly”, the SGF said.
Minister of Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire on his part said about 138, 462 people have been tested so far, adding that in order to scale up testing, all hospitals in the Federal Capital Territory FCT will now become sample collection centres.
According to him; “All government hospitals in the FCT will become Covid-19 sample collection sites so that walk-in cases can have samples taken to be forwarded to NCDC for testing. This will boost testing and assure users and care-givers of reducing bottlenecks and improving efficiency in our response. We intend to scale this initiative up to other states of the Federation”.
He said a preliminary report on the COVID organics sent in from Madagascar shows that the elixir is derived from the same plant, Artemisia Annua which is grown by the Nigerian Institute of Pharmaceutical Research and Development NIPRD.
The minister added that more research would however still be done on the product.
He said; “Preliminary results of the analysis of the so-called Madagascar herbs or organics done by the Nigeria Institute of Pharmaceutical Research and Development shows that it is the same plant called Artemisia Annua which is grown in NIPRD farms in Abuja. Further research on its efficacy will be conducted when the grant for the research is approved”.
According to him, a few years ago, the federal government had imported the plant and developed the same on the NIPRD farm.
The PTF also added that the Ministry of Transportation would be coming up with safety protocols for the reopening of the train services, noting that the measures would be similar to those obtainable in the aviation sector.

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They want to control recruitment of 774,000 Nigerians – Keyamo exposes lawmakers

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The Minister of State, Labour and Employment, has declared that the National Assembly cannot stop the planned recruitment of Nigerians.

One thousand citizens are to be employed from each of the 774,000 local government areas in Nigeria.

In a statement on Tuesday, Keyamo said in obedience to their invitation, he appeared before the Joint Committees on Labour of both the Senate and the House.

The meeting was for briefing on the implementation of the Special Public Works Programme.

The minister said there was a misunderstanding when they questioned why he did not privately submit the program to them for vetting before taking certain steps.

Keyamo said the lawmakers suggested that they ought to have input on how the programme should be implemented.

“In other words, they sought to control the programme as to who gets what, where and how. I insisted that I could not surrender the programme to their control since their powers under the Constitution does not extend to that. They insisted on a closed-door session.”

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Keyamo said he remarked that it was only fair for him to respond to their position before the press, since their own position was also made public.

“I was then asked to apologize for insisting on a public interaction and I said there was nothing to apologize about, because their powers to expose corruption provided for in section 88 of the Constitution cannot be exercised in private. As such, there was no need to apologize by insisting on a Constitutional provision.

“Even their Rules that may provide for private hearings on public matters cannot override the provisions of the Constitution. I was then permitted to leave. I took a bow and left. I never walked out on the respected Committees as they may want to bend the narrative.

“After I left, I understand that the Joint Committees purportedly suspended the work of the Selection Committees nationwide until they decide how the programme should be run and who should be in those Committees. My opinion is that it is tantamount to challenging the powers of Mr. President.”

Keyamo said National Assembly powers under section 88 of the 1999 Constitution are only limited to investigations, but not give any directive to the executive.

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He noted that a committee or committees of both Houses do not even have powers to pass binding Resolutions and that they can only make recommendations to Plenary.

“All my life, I have fought for good governance and constitutional democracy. I will not come into government and be intimidated to abandon those principles. I will rather leave this assignment, if Mr. President so directs than compromise the jobs meant for ordinary Nigerians who have no Godfathers or who are not affiliated to any political party.”

The minister direct all the committees set up nationwide made up of CAN, NSCIA, NURTW, Market Women, CSOS, Youth Organisations, respected traditional rulers, etc to proceed with their work unhindered.

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“Only Mr. President can stop their work”, he declared.

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