Minister of State for labour and employment, Festus Keyamo came under several criticisms after he said that it was necessary for the social media and hate speech bills to be passed because of people who post things that could set the polity ablaze.
The minister said this via his Twitter handle on Monday, stating that there must be consequences for posting fake stories capable of putting the nation at war.
How We Rescued Kidnapped Corps Member In Lagos: Police
The Lagos state police command has recounted how it rescued Faith Onyiwara, a corps member who was kidnapped in the Epe area of the state, on Friday. Bala Elkana, the spokesman of the command, in a statement, said the corps member was rescued in a swampy forest around Ilamija area of Epe.
Onyiwara was reportedly kidnapped said on her way to a community development service (CDS) meeting, while the kidnappers demanded N50 million for her release.
Minimum Wage: N30,000 Not Enough For Workers – Obaseki
Edo state governor, Godwin Obaseki says the new Minimum Wage of N30,000 is incapable of taking workers home. Obaseki said this on Tuesday while delivering his address at the 7th Quadrennial National Delegates Conference of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) held in Abuja.