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Nigerians have been urged to be patient with their leaders to ensure accountability and positive image of the country to the outside world.
The president of Nigeria labour congress, comrade Abdulwahab Omar stated this while presenting the congress financial report in Abuja.
Comrade Omar also appealed to the congress to be patient over the report and relevant authorities have been slated to look into the financial report of the congress.
They are of the view that at the end of the whole exercise, good leader will emerge.
The joint admission and matriculations board, JAMB says it has acquired enough centres of smooth conduct of its computer Base Test Extermination, CBT.
The public relation officer of the Board, Mr. Fabian Benjamin gave the assurance while speaking with news in Bwari, Abuja.
Mr Benjamin said that the board would conduct the next month’s extermination in all the states of the federation including North eastern states.
The Public Relations Officer reiterated that JAMB was ready to take Nigerian extermination body to the next level.
The linguistic Association of Nigeria, LAW has advocated the inclusion of more indigenous language in the school curriculum to enhance development in the education sector.
President of the Association, Professor Chiyere Aniche , made that call at a sensitization programme I Abuja.
Professor Aniche who highlighted the importance of indigenous languages to nation building, called for efforts at reviewing the culture values through mother tongue.
Professor Aniche while noting that mother tongue as a major identity of every citizen explained that the association had initiated programmes to sanitize youths on the importance of mother tongue.
The LAN president advised parents to ensure that their children were acquainted with mother tongue to enable them conform to the norms and values of the society.
The international community has been advised to shun unguarded utterances that could interfere with the democratic process in the .country.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Aminu Wali gave the advice at an interactive session with members of the diplomatic corps in Abuja.
Ambassador Wali who said that it was unacceptable for heads of mission to take unruly utterances on the postponement of February fourteen general election, added that INEC decision to shift the date was taken after several consultation with relevant stakeholders.
The European Union Deputy Head of Mission in Nigeria, Mr Richard Young expressed the support of the European Union to a free and fair election in Nigeria. Mr Young also raised concern on the Issuance of Visa to foreign journalist who would cover the general election.