Nigerian senate approves FG’s 574bn budget


The Nigerian Senate has approved the 2015 Supplementary Appropriation Bill of N574,532,726,857. The senate approved the Budget after the third reading done during their plenary session today December 1st.


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  1. Following the recent setbacks in the University of Abuja, I am provoked in my capacity by God’s doing, to rise up once again for the greater good of Nigerian Students. Unibuja Student or Staff (SOS). I Aluta General thereby shall make uttermost use of tools as provided by law, educational Street, and experience in unionism to confront what has already begun as a series of oppression and oppression towards the dying breed, who happens to be the soul of Nigeria’s future (students and youths). They include: 1. Intensional suffocation of the entire executive arm of the S.U.G Unibuja. 2. Dubious admission strategy for subsequent lists after the merit list. 3. Unfair collaboration by the school administration and JAMB over regularisation of 4600 now 5000, levied on students who got admissions after passing through UTME or CBT. 4. Harmful transportation policies that do not protect the interest of her very own Students, been the reason for its existence. 5. The school lacks the ICT capacity to run its portal smoothly, causing untold hardship for students who have to hang anywhere for days before processing School fees Accommodations and others. From Monday 7th of December, my presence shall be made available for the services of true activism and political unionism as a student in an era of change which must be prompted. Aluta Continua. Contact 08101168136. (NANS S.A ACTIONS AND MOBILISATIONS. OFFICE OF THE Vice President EXTERNAL.)


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