Nigerian Television Authority & President Goodluck Jonathan

The Nigerian Television Authority - also known as NTA - was inaugurated in 1977 and is the government-owned body in charge of television broadcasting in the country. Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan, GCFR, BNER, GCON (born 20 November 1957) is the 14th Head of State and current President of Nigeria. 5.0/5

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JONATHAN APPOINTS ENGR. MOHAMMED NURA KHALIL AS CHAIRMAN FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, PANKSHIN. Jonathan appoints chairmen for 67 parastatals President Goodluck Jonathan, has approved the appointment and composition of the Chairmen and members of the Governing Councils for 67 Federal Parastatals and Agencies. This was contained in a statement issued Monday night in Abuja and signed by Sen Anyim Pius Anyim, Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF). The composition of the Board is as follows; National Boundaries Commission with Dr. Yunusa Dangwani as Chairman while Nigerian Shippers Council has General Salihu Ibrahim as Chairman. The National Youth Service Corps has Chief Gordon Bozimo as Chairman while Nigerian Television Authority has Chief Patrick Ogbu as its Chairman. Others include the Raw Materials Research and Development Council which has Sen. Walid Jibrin as Chairman and National Lottery Regulation Commission with Mr. Damian Dodo, SAN as Chairman. The Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oro .. ...
President Goodluck Jonathan will address the nation at 1900 Hours tonight on the network services of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), the Federal Radio Corporatio...
SENATE President David Mark and eight state governors are due in London this weekend at the 2nd Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) business and investment forum and exhibition taking place at the Cavendish Conference Centre. And in just less than a fortnight, former Head of State and Chairman of the newly-formed opposition party, All Progressives Congress (APC), Muhammadu Buhari, will give the keynote speech at the Ben Television-organised British African Diaspora Conference taking place at the House of Commons in Westminster on March 5. Buhari, who as the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) presidential candidate at the 2011 presidential elections lost to President Goodluck Jonathan, will be giving his keynote speech on the Conference Theme – Nigeria: Stable Democracy and Economic Development. However, this weekend’s conference where Mark will give his keynote address is all about attracting more investment capital to Nigeria. Agriculture Minister, Akinwunmi Adesina and his counterpart at the Mini ...
NTA ( Nigerian Television Authority ) shared the following link: President Goodluck Jonathan may see himself as the most criticized president in the world,Delta State’s Emmanuel Uduaghan is probably the most criticized governor in Nigeria.
THE TRUE PICTURE IN ODI BY FANI-KAYODE The Obasanjo’s former aide condemned Jonathan’s position on the killings of some people in Odi and Zaki Biam in Bayelsa and Benue State in that order during Obasanjo’s tenure while the two political parties said that the President’s comments were full of doublespeak. In 1999, following the killing of five policemen, Obasanjo deployed troops in Odi in the course of which many civilians were killed and many houses burnt. During the media chat on the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) last Sunday, Jonathan faulted the action of the former president saying that it did not stop the crises. Obasanjo’s former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, Monday said that the president did not give the correct account of all that happened. “During a live broadcast of the Presidential Media Chat to the nation on the evening of November 18, 2012, President Goodluck Jonathan said that the military operation in Odi by the Nigerian Armed Forces in 1999, which was ordered b ...
NTA ( Nigerian Television Authority ) shared the following link: Namadi Sambo and former President Olusegun Obasanjo were among dignitaries who graced the Islamic prayer (fidau) for late Senate Leader in the Second Republic, Dr. Olusola Saraki, in Ilorin on Sunday, the News Agency of Nigeria reports. Sambo, who represented President Goodluck Jonathan, led the Federal Governmen...
President Goodluck Jonathan to address the nation on Bakassi. Tomorrow tuesday 7am 2012. Frm NTA live.
President Goodluck Jonathan independence day speech PRESIDENT Goodluck Jonathan will on Monday (today) mark the country’s 52nd independence anniversary within the confines of the Presidential Villa, Abuja, contrary to the previous practice of holding such events at the Eagle Square in Abuja. The indoor independence celebration started last year when Jonathan opted for a brief ceremony within his official residence in the face of the prevalent insecurity in the country. Like last year’s celebration, only a few accredited personalities will be allowed into the indoor venue. But the event will be transmitted live by both the Nigerian Television Authority and Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria from 10am. A terse statement by Jonathan’s spokesman, Reuben Abati, on Sunday gives the outlines of the anniversary which will commence at 7am with a presidential broadcast. Abati’s statement reads, “As part of the activities marking Nigeria’s 52nd Independence Anniversary, President Goodluck Ebele Jonatha ...
I sacked Security and Defence Chiefs because the country need new anti-terrorism tactics... GEJ. Though government was satisfied with the performance of former National Security Adviser (NSA), Andrew Azazi, and former Defence Minister, Haliru Bello, they were, nevertheless, eased out of office on Friday because of the urgent need to change tactics in the fight against Boko Haram. This was disclosed on Sunday by the man who sacked them, President Goodluck Jonathan. The President, who spoke while fielding questions in the latest edition of Presidential Media Chart on the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) on Sunday night, said by sacking the Defence Minister and National Security Adviser, government wanted to ensure that it could strategically deal with terrorists who had adopted new tactics in their war against the Nigerian state.
Why I sacked Azazi, Defence Minister –Jonathan … Fuel subsidy probe scam: ‘I’ve no hidden agenda’ By RAZAK BAMIDELE. NDUBUISI ORJI & SEYE OJO From the President came reasons he sacked General Patrick Azazi as the National Security Adviser (NSA) and Defence Minister, Dr. Mohammed Haliru Bello last Friday. He also gave an insight yesterday into why he made the trip to the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil at a time Boko Haram attacked three churches in Zaria and Kaduna which recorded some deaths last week. President Goodluck Jonathan also said despite insinuations over the fuel subsidy probe crisis, he had “nothing to hide”. These were some of the highlights of his Presidential Media Chat aired on the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) in Abuja yesterday. It was anchored by a media consultant, Mr. Ohi Alegbe. Members of the panel are Daily Editor, Tribune Newspaper, Edward Dickson and Ms Maupe Ogun of Channels Television and Mr. Modibo Kawu, a columnist with The Vanguard Newspapers. The ...
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