Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Tuesday 27th November 2018
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>‘What should be done before FMBN’s recapitalisation’
As industry’s players and housing finance experts clamour for recapitalisation of the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN), the Federal Government has been urged to carry out some reforms of the bank to enhance its profitability before the exercise commences. Hope s I. recapitalising the nation’s apex mortgage bank was rekindled last weekend by
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target=_blank>1,000 youths acquire leadership training
No fewer than 1,000 Nigerians are expected to undergo training in personal growth and leadership development programme in Lagos to be facilitated by the world-renowned leadership training team of John C. Maxwell in partnership with the National Orientation Agency (NOA). Participants at the two-day summit, billed for this week in Lagos and which the former
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target=_blank>Why Sahara Energy backed growth forecasts in S’ Sudan’s energy
Sahara Energy International has urged investors to take advantage of emerging opportunities in South Sudan’s upstream, downstream and power sectors in the wake of positive market forecasts and assurances of enabling business environment from the oil-rich nation. Chief Executive Officer of the company, Valery Guillebon, said this at the Africa Oil & Power Conference
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target=_blank>Ojikutu: Why Nigerian carriers can’t reciprocate BASA
Despite the initial euphoria that greeted the floating of a national carrier, there are indications that the imbalance in the Bilateral Air Services Agreement (BASA) Nigeria has with over 80 nations may still not be reciprocated, New Telegraph has learnt. Aviation consultant, Group Captain John Ojikutu, made this known in a statement made available
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target=_blank>Effective management panacea to institutional growth, success – Don
A Professor of Educational Management at the Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan (UI), Adebola Olufunlayo Jaiyeoba has said that management is the key for education managers to successfully unlock the lofty goal of education management at different levels of education – primary, secondary and tertiary provision. This is one of the thrusts of
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target=_blank>Edo assures teachers of promotion letters
Edo State Government has approved promotion of teachers in primary and secondary schools in the state public schools, assuring them that the affected teachers will soon recieve letters to that effect. The Head of Service, Mrs. Gladys Idahor, who disclosed this when leaders of the state’s wing of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT)
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target=_blank>Driver escapes to Ghana with employer’s car
Detectives attached to the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS), Lagos State Police Command, have arrested a driver, Ikechukwu Sunday, who allegedly absconded with his master’s Honda Accord car at the Lekki area of the metropolis. According to the police, immediately Sunday drove away with the car, marked LSD 33 DF, he switched off his phone
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target=_blank>At colloquium, scholars bemoan slow development, seek restructuring
Worried by what they described as the wobbling nature of the socio-political and economic configuration of the country, 58 years after independence, scholars from diverse fields of studies last week converged on the University of Ibadan (UI) to x-ray the challenges facing the country. They lamented that the “giant of Africa,” which is yet
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target=_blank>Uduk:Financial inclusion’ll aid economic growth
The Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC has restated its commitment to pursue initiatives that would aid financial inclusion of Nigerians, which is capable of growing the nation’s economy. Acting Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Ms. Mary Uduk stated this in her remarks at the 2018 PEARL Awards Night held in Lagos.
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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11 tion for a politician to do that kind of thing in a state like Kaduna. I believe that in a situation like this, one has to tread very carefully. For el-Rufai to just sit down and said he is just going to pick anybody, especially when you look at the […]
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