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BREAKING: Femi Otedola Lands Major Appointment

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BREAKING: Femi Otedola Lands Major Appointment

Billionaire businessman Femi Otedola has been appointed as the new Chairman of the board of directors for First Bank of Nigeria (FBN) Holdings.

News ToGo reports that Otedola succeeded the outgoing Chairman, Alhaji Ahmad Abdullahi.

The announcement was made through a corporate filing on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), informing investors of this recent development. The appointment, effective January 31, 2024, comes following a board meeting where Otedola was chosen to take over from Alhaji Abdullahi.

Otedola, a highly regarded business mogul with notable contributions across various sectors, is anticipated to bring his extensive experience and strategic insight to enhance FBN Holdings’ leadership.

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Tinubu Tells Governors To Spend The Money Amid Rising Prices

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6 Major Decisions Tinubu Made During Meeting With Governors (FULL LIST)

President Bola Tinubu emphasized the importance of prioritizing the welfare of citizens during an emergency meeting with governors today, Thursday, February 15, in Abuja.

News ToGo reports that speaking on the issue of salary arrears and gratuities for retired workers, Tinubu urged governors to clear these payments promptly, emphasizing, “spend the money, don’t spend the people.”

This directive underscores the need to prioritize the financial well-being of citizens by ensuring timely disbursement of funds owed to workers and retirees. Tinubu’s plea reflects the government’s commitment to alleviating financial burdens on the populace amidst increased monthly FAAC revenue to states.

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AFCON: Yul Edochie Breaks Silence Amid Backlash Against Him Over Fake Prophecy

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AFCON: Yul Edochie Breaks Silence Amid Backlash Against Him Over Fake Prophecy

Yul Edochie, the Nollywood actor turned pastor, has responded to the criticism surrounding his erroneous prophecy about the AFCON 2023 final.

News ToGo reports that before the match on Sunday, Yul had predicted on his Instagram page that the Nigeria Super Eagles would emerge victorious over Ivory Coast in the final. He stated, “Today’s game will not get a penalty shootout. Nigeria will comfortably defeat the Ivory Coast.”

However, the Super Eagles suffered a 2-1 defeat to Ivory Coast, leading to disappointment among Nigerians on social media who labeled Yul’s prophecy as fake.

In response to the backlash, Yul posted on his page, saying, “It is well. Thank you Super Eagles. Getting to the finals is as good as winning. We are proud of you all. Great performance in the tournament. Win or lose, good or bad, we’ve been here. I love my country Nigeria. Better days ahead. Giant of Africa.”

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Tinubu’s Minister Reveals 5 Easy Steps To Apply For Passport On Phone

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Tinubu's Minister Reveals 5 Easy Steps To Apply For Passport On Phone

President Bola Tinubu’s Minister has revealed five easy ways to apply for a passport on the phone.

News ToGo gathered that the Ministry of Interior is set to launch the Automated Passport Application today, aiming to minimize human contact in the passport acquisition process. Hon. Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo, the Minister of Interior, explained that the new system enables users to submit passport images and supporting documents from their homes, reducing the need for physical visits to immigration facilities.

Outlined below are general tips for applying for passports using the new automated system, emphasizing meeting the eligibility criteria below:

  1. Nigerian Citizenship: Ensure eligibility by being a Nigerian citizen.
  2. National Identification Number (NIN): Possess the National Identification Number.
  3. ICAO Standards Compliance: Adhere to stringent ICAO standards for passport photographs.
  4. Essential Breeder Documents: Provide necessary breeder documents like the birth certificate and local government certificate of indigeneship.

Here is a step-by-step guide for the application process:

  1. Accessing the Online Portal: Visit https://passport.immigration.gov.ng/ and input your NIN, allowing the system to auto-fill data from the National Identity Management Commission.
  2. Completing Data Fields: Fill in all required data fields with accuracy and completeness.
  3. Document Submission: Securely upload your passport photo and other necessary breeder documents on the platform.
  4. Immigration Office Visit: Head to an immigration office for biometric capture, ensuring physical verification and identity confirmation.
  5. Passport Collection: Expect your passport to be ready for collection within two weeks, marking the successful completion of the application process.

For passport renewals, applicants must have their old passport number readily available for uploading during the application. The ministry emphasizes meticulous adherence to these steps for a smooth and efficient passport application process.

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