Hardship: Nigerians Are Tired Of Meetings, Summits And Rhetoric – TUC Slams Tinubu Govt

The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has called on the government of President Bola Tinubu to urgently find a solution to the rising food prices and general economic hardship in the country.

The call was made by the TUC president, Festus Osifo, on Friday.

According to him, Nigerians are tired of meetings, summits, and rhetorics being put forward by the government and demand action to change the current situation which was brought about by the decision of the Tinubu government to remove fuel subsidy and float the naira.

Osifo said this during an interview on Channels Television Politics Today while lamenting that prices of commodities have skyrocketed and the common man is struggling to survive.

“As an average Nigerian, one of the things you spend your hard-earned money on is actually food. The government must do something,” the TUC chief added.

“We’ve had a lot of rhetoric: ‘We’ve declared a state of emergency on food security’. We have had a lot of meetings and summits on issues like this. Nigerians are tired of meetings, summits, and rhetoric. Today, the cost of items in the market has skyrocketed and gone over the roof,” he said.

Amidst the prevailing hardship, the government has repeatedly appealed to Nigerians to exercise patience, saying the reforms would yield results of a better tomorrow very soon.

Nigerians, however, seem to be running out of patience as protests have broken out in some cities over the level of hardship in the country.

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AFCON 2023: Tinubu to watch final between Nigeria and Ivory Coast

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President Bola Tinubu will watch the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations final between Nigeria and Ivory Coast. This was revealed by the President of the Confederation of African Football Federations, Patrice Motsepe, on Friday During a press conference in Abidjan on Friday, Motsepe conveyed his optimism about the upcoming final on Sunday, and also mentioned […]

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Goes Empoli’s salvation challenge with Salernitana soccer Archivi – Sportal.eu

Goes to Empoli the salvation challenge with Salernitana

In the advance of the twenty-fourth day of Serie A, Empoli defeated Salernitana 3-1 at the Arechi Stadium.

It was the guests who took the lead on 23’ due to an own goal by Zanoli, who deflected into his own goal mocking Ochoa a shot-cross by Cambiaghi. At 38’ the Salernitana came close to equalizing with a low shot by Dia just outside.

At 45’ again the Campani: right-footed shot from the limit by Kastanos, Caprile lifts it into a corner. At halftime Salernitana equalized: cross from the right by Candreva and Weissman’s header beat Caprile.

At’88’ for’ Empoli takes the lead again: Mariani awards a penalty to the Tuscans for a contact between Fazzini and Pellegrino, Niang transforms and from the penalty spot clears Ochoa.

At 94’ the tris: Grassi recuperà midfield and dà to Niang, assist for Cancellieri who gets rid of Pirola and pierces Ochoa. Empoli thus wins the salvation challenge and makes Salernitana more and more difficult.

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Eight million Nigerians enrolled in insurance since 2018 – Forum

The Chairman of the Forum of Chief Executive Officers of State Social Health Insurance Agencies, Dr. Simeon Onyemaechi said 8,107,795 Nigerians have been enrolled in the health insurance scheme across 34 states and the Federal Capital Territory since 2018. He noted that Rivers and Akwa Ibom states are not part of the scheme. Onyemaechi, who

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Samsung gets FDA approval for sleep apnea feature on Galaxy Watch

Samsung just received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the sleep apnea feature in the Samsung Health Monitor app. This will detect signs of sleep apnea when using a compatible Galaxy Watch and Samsung phone combo in the US.

Which Galaxy Watch, you’re wondering? It’s still unclear, Samsung’s press release doesn’t talk specifics, but it’s safe to assume at least the Galaxy Watch6 series will get it. For what it’s worth, in Korea both the Watch6 and Watch5 families will support the feature, which was previously approved by the relevant authorities there.

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