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FG launches App, REPORTGOV to enhance ease of doing business



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The federal government of Nigeria has launched an app, REPORTGOV, in its quest to further enhance the ease of doing business in Nigeria.

Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Mr. Okechukwu Enelamah, launched the app in Lagos, yesterday, at the third Regulatory Conversations of the Convention on Business Integrity Limited with the theme, “Improving Transparency and Ease of Doing Business in Nigeria”.

He said that the app will ensure adequate access to information which is needed to improve business decisions. He stated: “With the app, you can make a complaint and it is forwarded to the affected Ministry, Department or Agency (MDA) of government to respond to and you can follow up on the status of your complaint and get feedback.”

In her remarks,  Dr. Jumoke Oduwole, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Industry, Trade and Investment, said the app is an innovative platform designed  by the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council (PEBEC)to receive feedback and complaints from the general public regarding the quality of service delivered by any MDA of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

PEBEC was established in 2016 to remove critical bottlenecks affecting ease of doing business in Nigeria, to allow the private sector unleash its full potential  and is chaired by the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo.

Oduwole who is also PEBEC Secretary said: “REPORTGOV.NG website or the mobile App make it easy for you to resolve issues you encounter when dealing with government agencies and get a feedback within 72 hours at the latest.

“When you file a complaint and tell your story, you contribute to federal enforcement, service delivery and public protection efforts on a national level and help us identify trends and track the issues that matter to the citizens. When you give feedback or file a complaint, you contribute to continuous improvement in service delivery and public protection efforts on a national level.”

She noted that the app will further help to increase overall efficiency of the government and its parastatals, bring any criminal closer to justice, help deter others from violating people’s rights or comfort and ultimately help make business easier.

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Akpabio at Election Tribunal, Seeks Order to Reclaim Mandate 



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Following the withdrawal of his case filed at the Federal High Court in Abuja, which sought to challenge his Senate re-election loss, the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for the  Akwa Ibom North West Senatorial District in the February 23rd Senatorial election, Godswill Akpabio, and his party, have approached the Election Tribunal, sitting in Uyo, the Akwa Ibom State capital, to kick-start the legal processes, that would lead to the validation of his victory at the poll.

Akpabio is seeking to upturn the victory of Mr Christopher Ekpenyong and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), based on perceived electoral irregularities which characterised the said election.

The former Senate Minority Leader, had while the election was ongoing, besieged the office of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), alleging cases of infractions and deliberate violations of the electoral law and guidelines during the senatorial election.

In the said election, INEC had in collaboration with some PDP chieftains in the senatorial district, wrongfully declared Mr. Ekpeyong and his party, the PDP, winner of the poll, having scored 118,215 as against Akpabio’s 83,158.

However, incontrovertible result sheets from Akwa Ibom INEC office showed different figures that had Akpabio securing 138,256 votes as against Ekpeyong’s 123,843.

Dissatisfied with the conduct and outcome of the election, the former governor of Akwa Ibom and his party vowed to approach the election petition tribunal to ventilate their grievances as well as reclaim their  stolen mandate.

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Gbenga Daniel dumps PDP for APC



Barely 24hours after announcing his resignation from partisan politics, former Ogun State governor, Otunba Gbenga Daniel has left the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to join the All Progressives Congress (APC)

“Basically, they said I could resign from PDP.

“They said I must lead them to APC and they also said I could not retire from politics. That is the summary of what I heard.”

When asked what his next line of action was, the ex-governor said,

“Now, we have to take a look at it.”

“What else can I say? My people have spoken.”

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Charly Boy urges Emeka Ihedioha to track ‘Imo money’ in banks before Okorocha disappears with them



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The self-acclaimed activist, Charly Boy has urged the Imo State Governor-elect, Emeka Ihedioha to work hard and fast to track all the money belonging to Imo state in various banks, before the outgoing governor, Rochas Okorocha will disappear with them.

Okorocha is believed to have misappropriated the funds meant for the state, during his tenure that will climax on May 29, 2019.

“Emeka Ihedioha please help track Imo state money in the banks💴 before Rochas Okorocha makes them disappear. We all know he has sticky fingers.

The work facing you is humongous, but we will make sure that most hands will be on deck. Good luck.” Charly Boy said on Twitter.

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