Ondo Lawyer Drags Buhari Regime To Court | Sahara Reporters

He asked the federal high court to make an order for the government to nominate any qualified and experienced person from the oil-producing areas of Ondo State to be confirmed by the senate.

10.10.2019

Ondo Lawyer Drags MBuhari Regime To Court | Sahara Reporters He asked the federal high court to make an order for NigeriaGov to nominate any qualified and experienced person from oil-producing areas of Ondo State to be confirmed...NGRSenate READ MORE:

He asked the federal high court to make an order for the government to nominate any qualified and experienced person from the oil-producing areas of Ondo State to be confirmed by the senate.

An Akure-based legal practitioner, Kariakitei Kokowei, has dragged the President Muhammadu Buhari government to the court over its failure to appoint an indigene of Ondo State as the managing director (MD) of the NDDC.

He explained that an Ondo state indigene was entitled to be appointed as managing director or executive director of finance and administration or executive director of projects of the board.

Odogbo is also demanding from the commission the status reports of projects as contained in the budgets of 2017 and 2018 indicating the project type, location, local government company/contractor, contract sum, and status/level of execution.

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Good jooob. Sowore should be in his home town. ' Ondo ' Not Abuja. Pls take note. Free sowore / Nigeria now. The whole world is watching. MBuhari NigeriaGov NGRSenate We HRGG_Advocacy Support equity in all forms of governance. If OndoStateGovt Meets all the requirements to be part of the NDDCOfficialNGR NigeriaGov Should immediately admit OndoStateGov Support Equity in governance Follow us Now HRGG_Advocacy

Was the Ondo lawyer raised in Britain? I just hope he can stand the heat.

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Ondo: ACE Strike Continues As Lecturers, Management Fail To Agree | Sahara ReportersOndo: ACE Strike Continues As Lecturers, Management Fail To Agree | Sahara Reporters Lecturers had on Monday embarked on strike to protest some unfulfilled demands by the management of the institution. RotimiAkeredolu READ MORE:

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Ondo Lawmakers Query OSRVC Chairman For Asking Applicants To Pay For Job Application | Sahara ReportersA source, who was at the meeting, told SaharaReporters that, “Adebayo told us during the meeting that OSRVC doesn't take subvention from the government other than salaries and funds to buy petrol or diesel into generator. Vacancy for sale is on the increase, as sexual harassment has spiral. God bless Nigeria.

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How Ondo PDP can achieve meaningful progress, by Makinde | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsMakinde of Oyo State has urged leaders and members of the Ondo State Chapter of the PDP to close ranks to ensure a viable party ahead of the next election in the state.

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