Passport home delivery

Passport home delivery begins February 2024 — Interior Minister. Credit Punch

Punch HdlinFrom February 2024, Nigerians will have their passports delivered to their homes, offices, and other locations of their choice, said Dr. Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo, Minister of Interior.

Speaking on Monday at the launch of the University of Lagos International Week titled ‘Breaking the Boundaries of Partnership’, Tunji-Ojo said that by January next year, Nigerians would be able to complete the application process online.

He said: “We have started automating our complete passport application process and provided a timeline for Nigerians to start experiencing the “sweet feeling.”

Congratulations to Fela Durotoye and four others who make Tinubu’s media advisory team Credit Tribune

President Bola Tinubu has approved the appointment of the following men and women to serve in the Office of the President under the Directorate of Media and Publicity, in full respect of the principle of the federal character of Nigeria and the principles of the supremacy of merit:

Sir. Fela Durotoye – Senior Special Assistant to the President (National Values and Social Justice)

Sir. Fredrick Nwabufo – Senior Special Assistant to the President (Public Engagement)

Mrs. Linda Nwabua Akhigbe – Senior Special Assistant to the President (Strategic Communications)

Mr. Aliyu Audu – Special Assistant to the President (Public Affairs)

Sir. Francis Ada Abah – Personal Assistant to the President (Special Duties)


BREAKING: No fuel subsidy whatsoever, says NNPCL

The Federal Government, on Monday, October 9, said it has restored subsidies on Nigeria Premium Petrol (PMS), also known as petrol.
President Bola Tinubu announced the effective end of the subsidy regime on May 29, during his inauguration as President at Eagle Square, Abuja.

However, the removal of the fuel subsidy was accompanied by serious economic consequences, leading to protests by the organized Labor Party.

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