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  •  President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the deployment and re deployment of nine Permanent Secretaries in the Federal Civil Service Mr Mohammed Ahmed Deputy Director Communications office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation HOCSF made this known in a circular issued on Friday in Abuja According to Ahmed the affected Permanent Secretaries are as follows Mr Abel Olumuyiwa Enitan deployed from Ministry of Aviation to Ministry of Police Affairs Nebeolisa Anako from Ministry of Power to Budget and National Planing Mr Temitope Fashedemi from Ministry of Police Affairs to Ministry of power and Dr Emmanuel Meribole from office of the HOCSF to Ministry of Aviation Others are Dr Adaora Anyanwutaku from Ministry of Information and Culture to Police Service Commission Mr Aliyu Shehu from Ministry of Finance to Ministry of Women Affairs Mr Udo Ekanem new appointment to Service Policies and Strategies Office in office of HOCSF The rest are Mrs Jafiya Shehu on new appointment to Ministry of Information and Culture and Mr Faruk Yabo new appointment to Special Duties Office office of the HOCSF Accordingly the handing over and taking over processes should be completed on or before Friday Aug 26 except for the Federal Ministry of Finance Budget and National Planning Arm which should be carried out as stipulated above he said NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Buhari approves redeployment of 9 Perm Secs
     President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the deployment and re deployment of nine Permanent Secretaries in the Federal Civil Service Mr Mohammed Ahmed Deputy Director Communications office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation HOCSF made this known in a circular issued on Friday in Abuja According to Ahmed the affected Permanent Secretaries are as follows Mr Abel Olumuyiwa Enitan deployed from Ministry of Aviation to Ministry of Police Affairs Nebeolisa Anako from Ministry of Power to Budget and National Planing Mr Temitope Fashedemi from Ministry of Police Affairs to Ministry of power and Dr Emmanuel Meribole from office of the HOCSF to Ministry of Aviation Others are Dr Adaora Anyanwutaku from Ministry of Information and Culture to Police Service Commission Mr Aliyu Shehu from Ministry of Finance to Ministry of Women Affairs Mr Udo Ekanem new appointment to Service Policies and Strategies Office in office of HOCSF The rest are Mrs Jafiya Shehu on new appointment to Ministry of Information and Culture and Mr Faruk Yabo new appointment to Special Duties Office office of the HOCSF Accordingly the handing over and taking over processes should be completed on or before Friday Aug 26 except for the Federal Ministry of Finance Budget and National Planning Arm which should be carried out as stipulated above he said NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Buhari approves redeployment of 9 Perm Secs
    General news1 month ago

    Buhari approves redeployment of 9 Perm Secs

    President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the deployment and re-deployment of nine Permanent Secretaries in the Federal Civil Service.

    Mr Mohammed Ahmed, Deputy Director Communications, office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation (HOCSF), made this known in a circular issued on Friday in Abuja.

    According to Ahmed, the affected Permanent Secretaries are as follows: Mr Abel Olumuyiwa Enitan, deployed from Ministry of Aviation to Ministry of Police Affairs; Nebeolisa Anako from Ministry of Power to Budget and National Planing; Mr Temitope Fashedemi from Ministry of Police Affairs to Ministry of power;and Dr Emmanuel Meribole from office of the HOCSF to Ministry of Aviation.

    Others are; Dr Adaora Anyanwutaku from Ministry of Information and Culture to Police Service Commission; Mr Aliyu Shehu from Ministry of Finance to Ministry of Women Affairs; Mr Udo Ekanem (new appointment) to Service Policies and Strategies Office in office of HOCSF.

    The rest are; Mrs Jafiya Shehu on (new appointment) to Ministry of Information and Culture and Mr Faruk Yabo (new appointment) to Special Duties Office, office of the HOCSF.

    “Accordingly, the handing over and taking over processes should be completed on or before Friday Aug. 26 except for the Federal Ministry of Finance (Budget and National Planning Arm), which should be carried out as stipulated above.

    ” he said.


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  The Federal Government says hosting the 2022 UNESCO Global Media Information Literacy MIL Week will help to address the growing trend of fake news misinformation and hate speech The Minister of Information and Culture Alhaji Lai Mohammed stated this on Friday in Abuja at the inauguration of the Local Organising Committee for the event scheduled for Oct 24 to Oct 31 The News Agency of Nigeria reports Nigeria was given the hosting mandate for the the global event last year in Paris The minister said the decision to give Nigeria the hosting right was a testament to the fact that the country is a known strong advocate of media and information literacy In 2013 Nigeria successfully hosted the First Global Forum for Partnership on MIL tagged Abuja 2013 This Forum gave birth to the UNESCO MIL Alliance as well as other initiatives as part of our collective desire to achieve the Media and Information Literacy for all and by all Nigeria s contributions towards the birth and the growth of MIL especially in the West African Sub Region played a large role in UNESCO s decision to offer our country the right to host this event he said Mohammed said the theme of 2022 Global MIL week as approved by UNESCO is Nurturing Trust A Media and Information Literacy Imperative He said the theme highlighted how media and information literacy could help in nurturing trust and countering mistrust The minister disclosed that the event to be held at Sheraton Hotel Abuja would bring together over 193 UNESCO member countries who will participate physically and virtually He said because the event required serious and meticulous planning members of the Local Organising Committee were carefully selected The minister added that Nigeria being the first country in the West African sub region to host the event the committee could not afford to fail or disappoint He therefore charged committee members to bring their wealth of experience and expertise to play in organising a world class event The minister said the LOC would be assisted by nine sub committees to be constituted by the committee in its first meeting NAN reports that while the minister chairs the 25 member LOC the Permanent Secretary Dr Adaora Anyanwutaku is to serve as the Vice Chairman Other members of the committee were drawn from various sectors and agencies including the public and private sector academia security and the media Anyanwutaku in a closing remarks thanked the minister for giving the members the opportunity to serve in the committee NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Why Nigeria is hosting UNESCO global literacy week – Lai Mohammed 
     The Federal Government says hosting the 2022 UNESCO Global Media Information Literacy MIL Week will help to address the growing trend of fake news misinformation and hate speech The Minister of Information and Culture Alhaji Lai Mohammed stated this on Friday in Abuja at the inauguration of the Local Organising Committee for the event scheduled for Oct 24 to Oct 31 The News Agency of Nigeria reports Nigeria was given the hosting mandate for the the global event last year in Paris The minister said the decision to give Nigeria the hosting right was a testament to the fact that the country is a known strong advocate of media and information literacy In 2013 Nigeria successfully hosted the First Global Forum for Partnership on MIL tagged Abuja 2013 This Forum gave birth to the UNESCO MIL Alliance as well as other initiatives as part of our collective desire to achieve the Media and Information Literacy for all and by all Nigeria s contributions towards the birth and the growth of MIL especially in the West African Sub Region played a large role in UNESCO s decision to offer our country the right to host this event he said Mohammed said the theme of 2022 Global MIL week as approved by UNESCO is Nurturing Trust A Media and Information Literacy Imperative He said the theme highlighted how media and information literacy could help in nurturing trust and countering mistrust The minister disclosed that the event to be held at Sheraton Hotel Abuja would bring together over 193 UNESCO member countries who will participate physically and virtually He said because the event required serious and meticulous planning members of the Local Organising Committee were carefully selected The minister added that Nigeria being the first country in the West African sub region to host the event the committee could not afford to fail or disappoint He therefore charged committee members to bring their wealth of experience and expertise to play in organising a world class event The minister said the LOC would be assisted by nine sub committees to be constituted by the committee in its first meeting NAN reports that while the minister chairs the 25 member LOC the Permanent Secretary Dr Adaora Anyanwutaku is to serve as the Vice Chairman Other members of the committee were drawn from various sectors and agencies including the public and private sector academia security and the media Anyanwutaku in a closing remarks thanked the minister for giving the members the opportunity to serve in the committee NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Why Nigeria is hosting UNESCO global literacy week – Lai Mohammed 
    General news2 months ago

    Why Nigeria is hosting UNESCO global literacy week – Lai Mohammed 

    The Federal Government says hosting the 2022 UNESCO Global Media, Information Literacy (MIL) Week, will help to address the growing trend of fake news, misinformation and hate speech.

    The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, stated this on Friday in Abuja at the inauguration of the Local Organising Committee for the event scheduled for Oct. 24 to Oct. 31.The News Agency of Nigeria reports Nigeria was given the hosting mandate for the the global event last year in Paris.

    The minister said the  decision to give Nigeria the hosting right was a testament tothe fact that the country is a known strong advocate of media and information literacy.

    “In 2013, Nigeria successfully hosted the First Global Forum for Partnership on MIL, tagged: Abuja 2013.“This Forum gave birth to the UNESCO MIL Alliance as well as other initiatives, as part of our collective desire to achieve the Media and Information Literacy for all and by all.

    “Nigeria’s contributions towards the birth and the growth of MIL, especially in the West African Sub-Region, played a large role in UNESCO’s decision to offer our country the right to host this event,” he said.

    Mohammed said the theme of 2022 Global MIL week as approved by UNESCO, is: “Nurturing Trust: A Media and Information Literacy Imperative.

    “He said the theme highlighted how media and information literacy could help in nurturing trust and countering mistrust.

    The minister disclosed that the event, to be held at Sheraton Hotel Abuja, would bring together over 193 UNESCO member countries, who will participate physically and virtually.

    He said because the event required serious and meticulous planning, members of the Local Organising Committee were carefully selected.

    The minister added that Nigeria being the first country in the West African sub-region to host the event, the committee could not afford to fail or disappoint.

    He, therefore, charged committee members to bring their wealth of experience and expertise to play in organising a world-class event.

    The minister said the LOC would be assisted by nine sub-committees, to be constituted by the committee in its first meeting.

    NAN reports that while the minister chairs the 25-member LOC, the Permanent Secretary, Dr Adaora Anyanwutaku, is to serve as the Vice Chairman.

    Other members of the committee were drawn from various sectors and agencies, including the public and private sector, academia, security and the media.

    Anyanwutaku, in a closing remarks thanked the minister for giving the members the opportunity to serve in the committee.


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN