Senate screening good work
Two months ago the federal government initiated bailout formula to effect settlement of all outstanding liabilities owed workers still pending. It is still our expectation in Borno state that all outstanding debts are addressed. Comrade I. Mohammed, Borno State 07064567476
Abu Najakku’s piece on the above is apt. It appears that Wike and Fayose are birds of the same feathers, they lack decorum and act like motor park touts and are a disgrace to the Nigerian nation. Aisha Mohammed, Kaduna 08037053100
Last week Consumer Protection Council (CPC) stormed the office of Multichoice and according to news reports confiscated computers and sealed the office. Why, because they say they need the information on subscribers. Do they need information on customers to do their jobs? If they say DSTV is short-changing customers is this the best way to help customers, by asking for their private information and sealing up an office in Gestapo fashion? This was the same agency that was claiming N100m from Coca-Cola a few months ago because a bottle of soft drink was not full. Not to be outdone, Financial Reporting Council another quasi regulator that sees itself perhaps as important or more important than the Central Bank of Nigeria, without even following laid down procedure, released a damning but self-indicting report full of errors and poor understanding of how companies run, on one of the banks, Stanbic Bank. Boluwatife Ajakaiye13, Ilogbo Road, near new borehole Ojuore, Sango-Ota, Ogun state
Since some Nigerians(like us) are eager to know the people who would be working with the President Muhammadu Buhari as the ministers, now we know 18 ministerial nominees who were confirmed by the Nigerian Senate(the upper chamber) after they have been screened. We are hoping success to them while discharging their duties to Nigeria and Nigerians. And also, the Senate supposed to be saluted for the smooth on-going ministerial nominees screening.
Nura Sule Jangebe,and Danhajiya Lawal Zamfara state, Nigeria. 07051184738, 07083299008