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Kwara TESCOM Announces Promotion Interview Dates




The Kwara State Teaching Service Commission has fixed dates for the conduct of examinations and interview for Teaching and Non Teaching Staff under the Commission due for promotion for years 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.

The Executive Chairman of the Commission, Mallam Bello Tauheed Abubakar, disclosed that the dates for the promotion examinations and interview were sequel to the approval of the conduct of the promotion exercise by the State governor, Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq.

The FidelinfoNews gathered this in a statement by the Press Secretary of the Commission, Jide Abolarin, indicates that officers on Grade Level 07 to 10 will have their examinations on Saturday 18th June, 2022 at St Anthony Secondary School, Ilorin, from 8 am to 11 am, while officers on Grade Level 14 to 17 will have their examinations at C&S College, Ilorin, on the same date and at the same time

The statement also indicates that officers on GL07-10 and GL14-16 in schools located in Kwara South and Kwara North Senatorial Districts will have their promotion interview on Saturday 18th June, 2022 between 12noon and 5 o’clock in the evening at the State Teaching Service Commission Headquarters.

It added that officers from schools located in Kwara Central Senatorial District on Grade Level 07 to Grade Level 10 and those on Grade Level 14 to 16 will have their interview on Tuesday 21st June, 2022 between 9am and 5pm at the Teaching Service Commission Headquarters in Ilorin.

According to the statement, officers moving from Grade Level 10 to 12 will write their examinations at St Barnabas Secondary School, Ilorin, while those moving from Grade level 12 to 13 will write theirs at St Anthony Secondary School, Ilorin. Officers moving from Grade Level 13 to 14 will write their examinations at C&S Secondary School, Ilorin on Saturday 25th June, 2022 from 9am to 11 am.

The statement added that interview for the officers on GL 10-14 in schools located in Kwara South and Kwara North Senatorial Districts will hold on the same day at the Teaching Service Commission Headquarters between 12noon and 5pm. Officers on Grade level 10-14 from schools located in Kwara Central will have their interview scheduled for Tuesday 28th June , 2022 at the same venue.

For officers moving from Grade Level 16 to 17, their promotion interview has been scheduled to hold from 27th June, 2022 to 2nd July , 2022 between 10am and 5pm daily at the Conference
Room of the State Teaching Service Commission in Ilorin.

The statement directed that all candidates are to come along with the following item: Staff Identity Card, First Letter of Appointment, Letter of Confirmation of Appointment, Last Promotion Letter, Approval of Conversion/Advancement (If Any) and Approval of Change of Cadre (if any).

Other items the cabdidates are to bring along are Approval of Change of Name (if any),
Credentials (Educational Qualification/Certificates), Citizenship Certificate, Birth Certification/ Declaration of Age and properly filled interview form.

Candidates are to be seated an hour before the commencement of the examinations as lateness to the examination venues will not be tolerated.

The statement added that for any complaint on promotion matters officers can call the following help lines for clarifications:
07063091064, 08039429323, 08036955955 or check at the TESCOM Headquarters for more clarifications.



BREAKING: Alaafin Of Oyo’s wife, Olori Is Dead [PHOTO]



Few months after the demise of Lamidi Adeyemi, Alaafin of Oyo, one of the late monarch’s wives, Olori Kafayat, has passed away.

Details of the queen’s death are still sketchy at press time . The FidelinfoNews gathered that she breathed her last on Friday night.


Olori Kafayat Adeyemi, who was the fourth wive of the late Oba Adeyemi III, was the mother of Prince Adebayo Adeyemi (D’Gov), the present Chairman of the Oyo State Local Government Pensions Board

The Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, who died in April, lived his life to the fullest.

He was a boxer, gym enthusiast, a dandy dresser, quite energetic (he embarked on a three-hour road walk on his 82nd birthday) and boasted of some of the most beautiful queens in his harem.

That his light-skinned oloris, all 18 of them, could pass for beauty queens was never in doubt.





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BREAKING: Buhari Okays Reappointment Of Oniha As DG Boss



President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the renewal of the appointment of Patience Oniha as the Director-General of the Debt Management Office (DMO) for a second term of five years.

A statement issued in by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, said the re-appointment was in accordance to Section IV (9-i) of the Debt Management Office (Establishment ETC) Act, 2003.

The statement further said that the renewal takes effect from July 1, 2022.

“Her appointment for a second term was based on the significant achievements recorded by the DMO in the last 5 years, under her leadership.

“Amongst the achievements are the introduction of Sukuk and Green Bonds to finance the development of infrastructure where there is a huge gap.

“Under her watch, as part of the initiatives to improve the sustainability of the public debt and opening up avenues for raising long term funds for corporates, the DMO introduced long term Bonds with tenors of 30 years in the domestic and international markets.

“This is aside from attracting diverse investors including retail investors to the FGN Bond Market, ” the statement said.

It further added, “Internally, Oniha introduced reforms to strengthen the DMO, as a critical agency in the public finance ecosystem of the country.”


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Senate To Continue Investigation Despite CJN’s Resignation



The Senate has resolved to continue with its investigation into the crisis in the Supreme Court despite the resignation of Justice Tanko Muhammad as the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN).

Lawmakers in the upper chamber of the National Assembly made the resolution during the plenary on Tuesday following a motion moved by the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Judiciary, Human Rights and Legal Matters, Senator Opeyemi Bamidele.

Addressing his colleagues during Tuesday’s plenary, Senator Bamidele who cited Orders 41 and 51 to move the motion drew the attention of the Senate to the assignment given to the committee at the last plenary, relating to the state of affairs of the Supreme Court.

The Senate, in its resolution, mandated the committee to go ahead with its assignment in the quest to find a long-lasting solution by interacting with relevant stakeholders to look into the complaints raised in the petition by the justices.

It also directed the committee to interface with relevant stakeholders in the three arms of government and other stakeholders and collate aggregate views and positions on the short-term, medium-term and long-term measures needed to decisively address the crisis facing the judiciary.

The lawmakers stated this to include the immediate fiscal interventions, as well as long-term and sustainable budgetary allocations required for the optimal performance of the judiciary in line with global best practices.

They also resolved to wish Justice Muhammad well after many years of meritorious service to the nation and to pray for his good health.

The Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, had last Tuesday directed the committee to get involved in the matter with a view to unravelling the root cause of the problem in the judiciary and how best the Senate could intervene to address the concerns raised by the justices.

Justices of the Supreme Court had in a petition addressed to the immediate past CJN raised concerns over the deplorable welfare conditions and difficult working environment in the apex court.


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